I posted an answer and RCramiro suggested an Edit. I didn't accept it, but i guess they get accepted after a while.
His changes were correct for the most part, but there were some that were quite incorrect. He changed the case of some words that I put to emphasized my answer, which it is not big deal.
But he replaced:
comunmente with => comónmente (I think this was a typo)
variar with => varear (This is the most important because the words are completely different, and to put varear where he did makes no sense) So I was saying that the "use of words may change depending on the group of people" And they put something like "the use of words may be beaten up with a stick depending on the group of people"
I didn't know what was the best to do in this case. Should I have rejected the edit and then add the parts of his edit that were correct? Or should I accept it and then edit over his edit? (well now I will have to do that since it got auto-accepted)
I created this question mostly, because I think the user that edited my question is learning spanish, so I think it would be nice if somehow I could make him see that the word "variar" is different than "varear", and what I wrote was correct.
What is the etiquette in these cases?