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Grammar/ Spelling check for daily routine [closed]

I have written a small paragraph on my daily routine in Spanish and was wondering if anyone could just check that it flows well and there are no grammatical or spelling errors. Todas las mañanas me ...
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Spanish for “newspaper”

What is the difference between a periódico and a diario? If both mean exactly the same thing, which one is preferred in regular colloquial usage in Mexico vs. other Spanish-speaking countries?
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What is the Spanish word for cheek?

Is it mejilla or cachete? Are there dialectical differences? If yes, what are they and which word is used in what context?
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¿Cuál es el significado de agazapar?

Durante mis 25 años de vida, pasados entre Cuba, Ecuador, y los Estados Unidos no he visto ni leído la palabra "agazapado" que hoy encontré en un libro. ¿Ésta es una palabra común en latinoamérica?
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Spanish for “belly”

I have read three different words with seemingly no difference in meaning: panza, barriga, and vientre. Are there regional differences in usage? Or do they differ in degrees of formality? I am not ...
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Spanish for “sink”

I have come across at least 2 words: pila and fregadero. Do they really mean exactly the same thing or are there any subtle differences? Can they also be used for the washbowl that is not in the ...
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¿Cuál es el gentilicio de las personas de Alaska?

¿Cuál es el gentilicio correcto para hacer referencia a las personas que viven en Alaska?
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Ático vs. Desván vs. Entretecho?

What’s the difference between “ático”, “desván”, and “entretecho”? As far as I have discovered, they all translate into the English word, “attic”. So, are they really just synonyms? Or are there any ...
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Extensión y origen del orto

Últimamente he visto cada vez más extendido en Colombia el término orto para referirse a las partes traseras de una persona. Originalmente lo escuchaba sólo de argentinos. Siempre asumí que venía de ...
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¿Cómo se dice “dismissed”, en el contexto de una formación de soldados?

Estoy buscando la palabra o expresión que utilizaría un militar dirigiéndose a un grupo de soldados en formación, para indicarles que quedan "libres", por ejemplo para irse a sus dormitorios. Creo que ...