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Mexican Equivalent of DELE

DELE is a Spanish language proficiency level certification offered by Spain. Is there any equivalent certification offered by Mexico? For example, in English there's the IELTS for British English and ...
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“Día de Muertos” or “El Día de los Muertos”?

Which way of saying the Day of the Dead is correct: "Día de Muertos" or "El Día de los Muertos"? I am making a display of pencil boxes for this holiday, and want to be correct in my verbiage. I have ...
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voiceless vs voiced consonants / consonantes sordas vs sonoras

its about unaspirated voiceless consonant and voiced consonant.for example pa .pe.pi.po.pu' y . ba.be.bi.bo.bu' .. ta.te.ti.to.tu y da.de.di.do.du.. ca.co.cu y ga.go.gu. you know their pronuncation ...
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¿Cómo se puede llamar al español hablado en América Latina?

¿Existe alguna forma especial de llamar al idioma español hablado en América Latina, para diferenciarlo del español hablado en España?
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¿Hay alguna diferecia importante entre los dos subjuntivos?

Estoy encantado con estas dos formas del lenguaje, pero ninguno de los materiales disponibles ha clarificado la diferencia entre las dos formas: Si hubiese sabido que iba a llover, me habría ...
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When is uppercase used in English but lowercase in Spanish?

There are many cases where English uses capital letters (e.g. January) but Spanish uses lowercase (e.g. enero). Grammar or orthography books have long lists of all the cases where capital letters are ...
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Comparing number of words in Spanish and English

In thinking about the expressiveness of Spanish vs. English, I was wondering: About how many Spanish words exist (in total) About how many English words exist (in total) About how many Spanish words ...
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“Ser” and “Estar”: Spanish vs. Portuguese

The English verb to be typically translates to either ser or estar in both Spanish and Portuguese. Is there any instance in which the ser /estar distinction is different between Spanish and ...