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What does this mean'

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updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by brian4

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Brian said:

I do not know how you can say this, this phrase came from a Costa Rica Native

I am saying this because the ending "se" occurs statistically every 15-40 words, so if you have read at least a whole book in your whole life, surely you have seen this "se" a couple thousand times, at least. If someone writes incorrectly something as common as that, he (or she) is either dyslexic, or never finished a proper primary school education. How many people have you seen in English writing "I am goeeng" instead of "going"? The statistical frequency of "-ing" is similar to that of "se" in Spanish. "Makeeing" a mistake with this "se" says something about the formal training of a person, believe me.

By the way: Spanish is my mother tongue, I have two degrees, and a friend from Costa Rica who would never write something like that.

P. S. Many natives of English language can't write proper English neither.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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I do not know how you can say this, this phrase came from a Costa Rica Native

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by brian4
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It means that whoever wrote that can't spell, and has never read a book, because all reflexive "se" in Spanish are always written with S. You won't read a page of any book without coming across several "se", all with S.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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HI Brain, it means:

take care

slightly wrong spelling: cuidarse

http://www.spanishdict.com/translate/cuidarse

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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