Questions seeking words and phrases which will be uniformly understood throughout Spain and the Americas in the face of wide regional variations.

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Is Spanish similar to French? [closed]

I am in the 3rd prep and I know english and arabic very much,and I should take another language so I choose French and I spend 2 years on learning it but I find it so hard to learn so I am thinking ...
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Why is the sound of the alphabet “j” different in Spanish, English, German and French?

The alphabet "j" is pronounced differently in the following major European langauges: Spanish: justo(husto), English: just(just), German: junge(yunguh) and French: juste(zoost) How is the sound so ...
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How is “se” used in the context of passive voice?

How is "se" used in sentences with passive voice? For eg: The book is being read by me, Pizza is being delivered by her etc.
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When does one replace “le/les” with the pronoun “se”?

When are the objective pronouns le/les replaced with se?
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¿Cuáles son las distinciones más importantes del castellano amazónico del Perú?

Se dice aquí que hay cinco variaciones del español hablado en el Perú, y que el español amazónico parece predominar en un área geográficamente más extensa que los otros dialectos. Supongo que hay ...
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How do you say “I'm gonna get you!”?

When I'm chasing my baby around the room, I frequently tell him, "I'm gonna get you!" and catch him and tickle him. Is there a similar expression in Spanish? I'd love to find something that can be ...