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Pelo in Spanish exists as both a countable noun and an uncountable noun as it is in English (I'm not familiar with German, unfortunately). That is, normally when used in the singular, it will be interpreted as a mass of hair, viewed collectively. In the plural, and occasionally in the singular given proper context, each strand of hair is viewed ...


Porque 'gran' es singular, y 'grandes' es plural, entonces si estas refiriendote a varios imperios debes usar el plural que es 'grandes', si te refirieras a un solo (only one) imperio si podrias y deberias usar gran en lugar de grandes de la siguiente manera: el gran imperio ha dominado la humanidad y en plural, tal cual tu lo escribiste Los ...


You can either add on an -s or -es, or just leave it as is with some other word marking its plural status. I personally pluralize most of them, but it will depend on the degree of lexicalization of the initialism. un CD(cedé), dos CD(cedé o cedés) un DVD(deuvedé), dos DVD(deuvedé o deuvedés) un ONG(oenegé), dos ONG(oenegé o oenegés) una DS(dese), dos ...


CD´S in spanish is the same form like english but the pronunciation is (CE-DES)


In this case you should use just "pelo". "Im going to get my hair cut." "Me voy a cortar el pelo."


The plural of dúo is dúos. Un dúo de guitarras. Varios dúos de guitarras.


Grande es un adjetivo calificativo equivalente a "Big" y "Great". Esa camisa es muy grande para ti. (big) Ese músico es muy grande (es magnífico). (great, since you are praising. You are referring to the "size" of his talent. But you could use it for his physical size too...) Gran es el apócope de grande y se usa en contextos relativos. Tiene la ...

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