I mean what I say lo digo en serio; you can't mean it! I meant it as a joke lo dije en broma. I wasn't meant to work for my living! Cone you mean thing! The word mean is the present form of mear in the third person plural. See the full mear conjugation. Dictionary Conjugation Examples Pronunciation.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object e. The man sneezed. A word or phrase that is crude, indecent, and generally rejected by society e.
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No puedes mear en la calle. You can't piss in the street. Jorge said he needed to take a piss. Pedro went off to have a piss but hasn't come back yet.
No pudo mear por culpa de la anestesia. He hasn't been able to pee because of the anesthetic. A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. Te ves cansado. Gabriel is about to piss himself. I nearly peed myself looking for the bathroom. I'm going to wet myself if we don't find a rest area soon. If you cannot make it until after 10, it is okay, just come and find us! A pasarlo bueno se dijo amigos!
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Asistentes Ver todo. In fact, the controversy begins even with how we explain this very complex 9 topic. Therefore, in this podcast I will try to be as objective as possible for you, since you are a Spanish student, because to go into too many details already caused 10 or causes controversy 11 and even anger! Hahaha polemics is a synonym for controversies. And the thing is that music, after all 12 , is passion, and passion is subjective and awakens many emotions in humans.
Do you know this saying? With it we mean that one who tries to deal with too many things at once, who wants to do too many things at the same time, in the end does not get good results. It is better to focus on one or two things at a time. First, I will begin with a brief overview 14 between the two different opinions. However, before I want to make an important clarification: If we are strict with the term salsa, that is, as an official term to define a musical genre, this term was used officially and openly for the first time in the 60s and 70s of the last century, of the twentieth century to designate 15 a musical genre that occurred in a new generation of mainly Latin musicians in New York.
According to the first opinion, salsa is used to refer to this famous boom that takes place in New York in that period Yes, this is not usually discussed. However, for them this genre was not new since they say that the basis of this rhythm is the Cuban Son.
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We could say that for them salsa is a Cuban Son that, like everything else in life, evolved It was transformed by mixing with other rhythms, forming what was later officially called salsa in New York. On the other side we have the other position or vision; that of the people for whom the Salsa musical genre was born exclusively when salsa began to be used officially in New York around the 60s and 70s. And nothing that existed before should be called salsa.
So 18 , for them it is a new genre that emerged or was born as a fusion between the different musical genres that influenced the mostly Puerto Rican musicians raised in New York, or already born in New York of Puerto Rican parents, the so-called Nuyoricans. For them, what existed before the so-called Salsa was different enough not to be the same thing and that is why this new mixture or fusion was given a new name.
That is to say, for the first group, salsa is Cuban, because it is simply Cuban Son that is mixed with other rhythms, yes, but its base already existed in the Cuban Son, salsa and Son cannot be such different things. Trying to assess who is right is complicated and I think, it is worthless