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May 25th, 2012 at 7:40:54 AM permalink
I never understood all the words to this song. Some of them must be slang.
La Gasolina
Quote: La letra de Gasolina

Zumbale el mambo pa' q mis gatas prendan los motores,
Que se preparen q lo q viene es pa q le den, duro!

Mamita yo se que tu no te me va' a quitar (duro!)
Lo que me gusta es q tu te dejas llevar (duro!!)
To los weekenes ella sale a vacilar (duro!!)
Mi gata no para de janguiar porque

A ella le gusta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina)
Como le encanta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina) x2

Ella prende las turbinas,
No discrimina,
No se pierde ni un party de marquesina,
Se acicala hasta pa la esquina,
Luce tan bien q hasta la sombra le combina,
Asesina, me domina,
Anda en carro, motoras y limosinas,
Llena su tanque de adrenalina,
Cuando escucha el reggaeton en la cocina.

A ella le gusta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina!!)
Como le encanta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina!!) x4

Aqui nosotros somos los mejores,
No te me ajores,
En la pista nos llaman los matadores,
Haces q cualquiera se enamore,
Cuando bailas al ritmo de los tambores,
Esto va pa las gatas de to colores,
Pa las mayores, pa las menores,
Pa las que son mas zorras que los cazadores,
Pa las mujeres que no apagan sus motores.

Tenemo' tu y yo algo pendiente,
Tu me debes algo y lo sabes,
Conmigo ella se pierde,
No le rinde cuentas a nadie. x2

Subele el mambo pa' q mis gatas prendan los motores,
Subele el mambo pa' q mis gatas prendan los motores,
Subele el mambo pa' q mis gatas prendan los motores,
Que se preparen q lo q viene es pa q le den, duro!

Mamita yo se que tu no te me va' a quitar (duro!)
Lo que me gusta es q tu te dejas llevar (duro!!)
To los weekenes ella sale a vacilar (duro!!)
Mi gata no para de janguiar porq

A ella le gusta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina!!)
Como le encanta la gasolina (dame mas gasolina!!) x4

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May 25th, 2012 at 7:01:11 PM permalink
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Fecha: 12 de Mayo, 2012
Palabra: azar
how does azar differ from aleatorio?



Aleatorio means "random" or "stochastic", as opposed to "designed" or "manipulated"; whereas azar refers to "fate" or "fortune", usually "bad luck". Aleatorio refers more to a chance drawing process, while azar refers to the (adverse) outcome of such a process.
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May 25th, 2012 at 7:53:16 PM permalink
Quote: NowTheSerpent

Aleatorio means "random" or "stochastic", as opposed to "designed" or "manipulated"; whereas azar refers to "fate" or "fortune", usually "bad luck". Aleatorio refers more to a chance drawing process, while azar refers to the (adverse) outcome of such a process.



Thanks, that is good stuff. Which word tend to be used more inside, and outside, classes in statistics?
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May 25th, 2012 at 8:21:00 PM permalink
Aleatorio Primera Prueba

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May 25th, 2012 at 9:12:53 PM permalink
In that poster above they drew the die on the right incorrectly. The dots on the 2 should be in the other two corners.

Fecha: 26-05-12
Palabra: Rezar


Today's SWD means to pray. It can also mean to read, go, or grumble. A related word is rezo, which means a prayer.

The assignment for the advanced readers is to compare and contrast rezar y orar.

Ejemplo time.

¿Qué es la diferencia entre la rezar en la iglesia y la rezar en un casino?

Please answer in Spanish.
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May 25th, 2012 at 9:32:55 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

In that poster above they drew the die on the right incorrectly. The dots on the 2 should be in the other two corners.


Ah! Another version of the ol' Reverse 2-3 dice that we have discussed before (i.e., whether there are left-handed and right-handed dice). Note that the two dice shown in the figure below (from a dice manufacturer) are different from each other as well as different from the right-side die in pacomartin's poster.


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May 25th, 2012 at 9:56:28 PM permalink
Quote: Doc

Ah! Another version of the ol' Reverse 2-3 dice that we have discussed before (i.e., whether there are left-handed and right-handed dice). Note that the two dice shown in the figure below (from a dice manufacturer) are different from each other as well as different from the right-side die in pacomartin's poster.



I just have missed that thread. I thought there was just one standard way to make a die. The one on the right looks correct. And "left-handed" dice? Why can't the lefties use the right-handed dice?
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May 25th, 2012 at 10:02:42 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

It can also mean to read, go, or grumble.



Huh? The dictionary does bring up grumbling, but not the other two.

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The assignment for the advanced readers is to compare and contrast rezar y orar.



Sorry. as far as I know they mean the same thing.

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¿Qué es la diferencia entre la rezar en la iglesia y la rezar en un casino?



"¿CUAL es la diferencia entre rezar en la iglesia y rezar en un casino?"

The "la" before "rezar" is superfluous. You don't say "What is the difference between the praying..."

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Please answer in Spanish.



I don't think the joke translates well into Spanish.
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May 25th, 2012 at 10:13:39 PM permalink
Quote: Nareed

Huh? The dictionary does bring up grumbling, but not the other two.



Try Reverso.

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The "la" before "rezar" is superfluous. You don't say "What is the difference between the praying..."



I thought the same thing, but it seems to me that Spanish uses an actual el,la,los,las where in English it is implied. My motto is, when in doubt throw in a bunch of extra words to at least get points for effort. Notice how many I used yesterday about the pedals.
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May 25th, 2012 at 10:14:43 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Please answer in Spanish.



Es muy dificil.

Las palabras latinas "orare" y "recitāre" son ancestros de las palabras inglesas "to orate" y "to recite".

La palabra "orar" se define como "hacer oración a Dios, vocal o mentalmente"
La palabra "rezar" se define como "dicho del clérigo obligado a ello: recitar el oficio divino vocal u oralmente"


¿Cuál es la diferencia entre un rezo en la iglesia, y un rezo en un casino? Es más difícil escuchar a Dios en un casino.

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