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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What Spanish words would you write down to never forget?

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Sunday at 02:12 PM
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Hola Randy,

Thank you for your comment.

I believe "boli" is not that often use. I think you shut use "lapicero" for "pen".

"tienes" is more casual than "tiene"



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Randy Bachman
Monday at 10:36 PM
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All of my mexican customers understand pluma just fine. I have not used boli because the first time I tried it they smiled and shook their head (happens a lot when I speak Spanish to them).

I am still confused about tiene versus tienes. I would normally say "tienes una lapiz y papel?" I would understand if I was saying "usted tiene una lapiz..."

Tuesday at 02:59 PM
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Hello Alan,

I would say lapicero its a very used word for pen. It might not be used in every country but I think people from different parts would understand.

Hope it helps! :smile:

Tuesday at 08:07 AM
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I learned to use boli (short for bolรญgrafo) in Argentina. But friends from Mexico don't know the word. Is there a universal word for pen? Pluma seems very archaic.