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Usage of pushar and empujar

I would like to know if pushar is also used in Spain and is it only used by teenagers ?
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La única manera de

Are there other alternatives to say The only way to learn spanish is by speaking with native speakers? La única manera de aprender castellano es hablar con hispanohablantes.
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Is there a software utility available that allows simultaneous reading of Spanish and English material? [closed]

I would like to have an app (that runs on the desktop, not a phone app - text would be too small) that would allow me to simultaneously have both the Spanish and the English versions of material ...
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Analysis and Translation of the song “Mientras duermen los niños” by Jose Luis Perales [closed]

I cannot find the translation of this song in English. It looks to be some sort of ballad with very deep lyrics but there are some elements of marching in the tone which doubts me. The what I can ...
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Pronombres personales y su función sintáctica

Estoy leyendo La Casa de Bernarda Alba de Federico García Lorca. Encontré una frase que no era capaz de analizar: Es capaz de sentarse encima de tu corazón y ver cómo te mueres durante un año sin ...
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Los adjetivos aplicados a un grupo

Tengo la siguiente oración: For the curious, more information can be found in the following link. Y se aplica la palabra "curious" a un grupo de gente que es curiosa. Esto es usado con ...
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Is it possible to use definite articles before proper nouns? If so, when?

I'm doing a Spanish project where we write a script for a commercial. First, we wrote it in English and now we have to translate to Spanish. So far, it's been okay, but I'm just not sure if I should ...
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Translation of “have (someone) do (something)”

What is the most common way in Spanish to express "have (someone) do (something)"? For example, a boss might say to his secretary: Have the marketing manager come see me ASAP!
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»solía« y »pretérito imperfecto«

Dadas las expresiones: Me gustaba algo. Me solía gustar algo. ¿Es equivalente la forma solía y el pretérito imperfecto? Pareciera que sí, es como descomponer gustaba = solía gustar en donde ...
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How does one emphasize something in Spanish?

Consider the following sentence: I'm in your country, therefore I'll speak Spanish. Notice the emphasis is on 'your'. How would this translate to Spanish?
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The verb “estar” and its correct forms

Recently, I learned about locations, like "a la izquierda" and "a la derecha." I noticed that to state where something is, like "los libros," you would say something like this: Los libros está ...
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“se ha” (has been) What is the origin of “se” and what is the origin of “ha”?

I came across it in Memrise app and found no more information about it in the app, googled for it some, but found nothing reasuring. (I had no idea which tag to put.) Thanks for your time.
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Imperfect/Preterite fill in sentence, necesito ayuda!

It's a crossword and the clue is "Tu ____ en México por un año. ¿Verdad?" In parentheses is the verb you are supposed to conjugate after translating it into Spanish, in this case it had (were) ...
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Presenting people versus presenting to them

I'm an avid user of Duolingo Spanish and I recently came across this phrase: Ellas presentan a sus familias. I translated it as They present to their families but then remembered that the ...
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“No quieres” como “Es que no quieres”

Dada una pregunta de la forma ¿No quieres una bebida? ¿Puede interpretarse como ¿Es que no quieres una bebida? en algún caso? ¿Se interpreta solamente como ¿Quieres una bebida??
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Traducción de branding

¿Como traduciríais la palabra branding al español? Tengo un límite de 16 caracteres e «imagen corporativa» o «imagen de marca» se pasan de longitud.
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Indicativo vs subjuntivo con “después de que”

Dos acciones están en perspectiva de un momento pasado ¿no? ¿Alguien me podría explicar por favor por qué en (1) se usa el indicativo mientras en la frase (2) se utiliza el subjuntivo? (1) Pues esto ...
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¿El primer uso de artículo indefinido en esta frase es correcto?

¿Les parece gramaticalmente correcta esta oración? Un ordenador es una herramienta muy útil En particular, el uso del primer artículo indefinido. Ahora bien, si les parece correcta ...
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Using past tenses with specific verbs

I would like to know how to use past tenses with verbs like 'ser', 'estar', 'tener' 'vivir'. Specifically, I can say 'Pensaba en ti' and 'Pense en ti'. They're equivalent of english 'I was thinking ...
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Is this a bad example sentence for the reflexive casarse?

One of my concise dictionaries listed an intransitive form for the verb "casar" so I went to spanishcentral.com for some example sentences. I think it cleared up my question about the intransitive ...
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¿Puede alguien ayudarme a analizar sintacticamente esta oración, y explicarme rapidamente?

Necesito aprender como hacer un analisis sintactico de una oración, se hacerlo para frases cortas y sencillas, pero esta, está muy complicada para mi, podrian ayudarme por favor? No creo que ...
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'Se' in 'Se tardó el tren por el mal clima'

Question What is the function of 'se' in "Se tardó el tren por el mal clima"? The statement itself may be wrong, but if it is correct, which one is the function of 'se'? Passive (The tren was ...
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Subjunctive with antes

I recently heard a native speaker say "Te hubieras ido antes." I was confused because it seems to be describing an event that occurred in the past, so it would be a completed action, so I ...
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What would be the direct translation of “aunque” in this sentence

El escorpión de Corteza de Arizona vive en los desiertos porque sus capas de grasa lo mantienen hidratado aunque se esconde debajo de cobijos como rocas o hojarasca en pleno día. Is the direct ...
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¿Como puedo traducir la siguiente oración ya que no entiendo como se esta utilizando el without?

Formally, machine learning can be defined as the study of systems that can learn from data without being explicitly programmed
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Pronunciation on “ll” for in the sentence “me llamo” [duplicate]

How do you pronounce the consonants "ll"?? I want to say my name in Spanish but I keep saying "ll" like how Americans say in English.Then people say that I am wrong but don't tell me how to.
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Where to begin to learn spanish? [closed]

Next year I'm going to be in Spain as an exchange student. I don't know anything about the Spanish language and I've been told that where I'm going people don't speak English so I have to learn ...
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Difference between Verdad and Cierto [duplicate]

What's the difference between cierto and verdad? I know that they both mean "Correct"
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Examples of use of each verb form

I understand that some of these forms are obsolete, but I would like to see examples for each one of them (how they were used before). Also point out which forms are used now instead of the old ones. ...
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Source for/availability of Spanish-language California History books? [closed]

I hope this is not an unwanted question for this forum, but I don't know where else to ask it. I would like to translate some early California history books, memoirs, letters, etc. written in Spanish ...
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Train of thought

¿Está bien traducir Train of thought como Corriente de pensamiento? Veo que mucha gente usa Tren de pensamiento o Línea de pensamiento pero siento que la primera es incorrecta porque tren normalmente ...
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You're going to like it

In my spanish course I was presented with: te va a encantar As a translation of You're going to like it. But what confuses me is the combination of the pronoun te with the verb conjugationva. ...
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Uso del pretérito y el imperfecto

Además, como era tiempo de las lluvias y el viejo médico hubo de hacer al efecto de un viaje de tres kilómetros, llegó con barro hasta las rodillas y su reuma se agravó considerablemente. ...
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Uso del tiempo condicional o el pretérito

"Hacia 1907, la muerte de Cézanne y las influencias del arte africano dar paso a un nuevo cambio en el pintor, su época negra, que daría a una de sus más geniales" creaciones: el cubismo. ...
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¿Es correcto utilizar “adjuntar en” y “adjunto en”?

En Internet podemos encontrar ejemplos de uso de adjuntar (y adjunto) tanto con a como con en: Documentación a adjuntar en la presentación de los modelos censales La entrada de adjuntar en el ...
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alcanzar máxima reflejado meaning

En el cuadro Los fusilamientos del 3 de mayo, inspirado en los acontecimientos de 1808 durante la Guerra de Independencia, el arte de Goya alcanzó la máxima reflejado. No entiendo la significa de ...
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I need help memorizing Spanish idioms: is there a pattern between the words that I miss? [closed]

There are some idioms that I can't memorize because the way the phrase is in Spanish is unlike the English word. I can't find a logical pattern in why the phrases in Spanish are the way they are. Can ...
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How to find video games with heavy Spanish language incorporation [closed]

I'm working on improving my Spanish and also spend too many hours per week gaming. Are there any multiplayer games, preferably microphone heavy and cheap or free to play where I might find large ...
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library of old scanned manuscripts or handwritings in Spanish?

This is an example of such online libraries but in other languages : manuscripts in Persian or Arabic May you offer some places that i can find papers in Spanish ? Whether online(free) or for sale ...
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Ceceo vs Seseo vs “fusion” - which school to follow?

OK, I know about the differences and I know a little bit about the situation in the spanish-speaking world. The thing though is that I'm moving to Spain in a few months (do not know the exact ...
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Some questions about Spanish tenses and sentence structure [closed]

"Mientras Marcos jugaba al baloncesto con sus companeros, sintió calor y se quitó la chaqueta", I wanna know if I can speak this sentence in such way like "Mientras Marcos estuvo jugando al ...
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“I'd like an aisle seat if available” in Spanish

My attempt is: Preferiría un asiento de pasillo, si disponible. Is there a better translation, one a native speaker is most likely to say? I would love to know what the most commonly heard ...
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Translating deploy and deployment

How would you translate deploy/deployment into Spanish? I guess that "poner en funcionamiento" or "será instalado" would be possible translations for deploy, but maybe there is a better term? ...
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What is the literal meaning of Valparaíso?

I've heard people pronounce the Chilean city "Val puh RI zo", but now that I'm learning Spanish I realize that can't be right; it must be something like: "bval par uh EE so" no? The "paraiso" means ...
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How do native speakers speak the correct pairs of words when they speak fast? [duplicate]

As a Spanish learner who didn't grow up listening to the tiny difference between similar groups like ta te ti to tu y da de di do du,pa pe pi po pu and ba be bi bo bu. It is not easy for me to hear ...
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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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¿Qué significa en esta canción “los trillos de la entrega”?

De la RAE, trillo significa m. Instrumento para trillar, que comúnmente consiste en un tablón con pedazos de pedernal o cuchillas de acero encajadas en una de sus caras. m. Can. y Am. Senda ...
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Traducciónes distintas para “demit/demission” y “depose/deposition”

Tengo un documento en inglés, el "Libro de orden de la iglesia", que ha sido traducido al español. Es necesario distinguir entre "demission" de un ministro y "deposition" de un ministro ("demission" ...
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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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Does contracting a phrase change its undertone?

When a phrase is contracted, does it change its undertone? That is, does it become more informal or more direct than its uncontracted version? For example, what are the differences between Dáme un ...

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