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About question words such as "qué", "dónde", etc, and how questions are formed.
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a shortened form of a word or phrase usually, but not always, consisting of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase.
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Para preguntas relacionadas con España
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Preguntas relacionadas con los distintos dialectos o variantes del Español en distintas zonas geográficas (Europa, América Latina, Filipinas, etc.)
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Una expresión es una combinación de palabras cuyo significado es normalmente coloquial y no literal. El conjunto de palabras no admite variación y puede tener un significado distinto al que se podría …
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Questions about regionalisms and other peculiarities of the variety of Spanish spoken in Colombia.
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Preguntas relacionadas con nombres propios o sustantivos.
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Words equivalent to English "to be", including "ser", "estar", and all their conjugated forms.
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Preguntas relacionadas con tratamientos (forma **usted**), cómo dirigirse a alguien adecuadamente (Señor o señora) o cómo decir algo de manera educada.
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Royal Spanish Academy (Spanish: Real Academia Española, RAE) is the official royal institution responsible for regulating the Spanish language.
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About the names of concepts and phenomena peculiar to the Spanish language.
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Questions about regionalisms and other peculiarities of the variety of Spanish spoken in Nicaragua.
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The use of the second person singular personal pronoun vos, which occurs in several dialects in the Spanish-speaking world
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Questions about regionalisms and other peculiarities of the variety of Spanish spoken in Argentina.
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Preguntas acerca de variantes del Español en Hispanoamérica.
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should be avoided.
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Accent and similar marks such as á, é, í, ñ, ó, ú, ü, and the archaic ç.