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Q ases'

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updated JUN 24, 2008
posted by Mandy

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Definition 1: Having a lot of money.
Definition 2: Having pleasant flavour.
Definition 3: Charming or attractive.

"Q ases'" is like "Wacha duin'" (what are you doing'), but with a much worse spelling.

updated JUN 24, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Thanks for your response! It's nice to find another grammar nut!! As I recall from English grammar, the participle is the adjectival form ("I saw him walking (participle) down the street") whereas the gerund is the noun form ("jogging (gerund) is good for the health"). So I assume "un niño llorando" would be what in English is called a participle although I don't know what it is called in Spanish. It seems the English gerund has no direct equivalent in Spanish. For example, you would not say "corriendo es saludable" but rather "es saludable correr".

updated JUN 24, 2008
posted by Mandy
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yes, I think you mean "que haces'"

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by dena
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It's probably con Dunia said above

What are you doing? in short form, or badly spelled, for example as a text message

¿Qué haces? What are you doing?

(There may be other explanations)

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by elisabeth
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¿Qué haces? = What are you doing'

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by Mandy
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¿Qué haces? = What are you doing'

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by Dunia
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