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How best to render a tricky Spanish word or expression in English or one from some language in Spanish.
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Determining the best possible word to express a concept among several choices.
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used in the Spanish language.
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Set of structural rules that govern the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in any given natural language.
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Questions addressing any of the many differences in vocabulary, pronunciation, usage, etc. of the varieties of Spanish spoken through Spain and the Americas.
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Definition or explanation of the exact meaning of a word/phrase/idiom.
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Words mostly about actions which can be conjugated to indicate person, number, tense, mood, etc.
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Set words, statements or phrases with meanings other than the literal sum of their parts.
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The origins of terms and their development through history.
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Questions about regionalisms and other peculiarities of the variety of Spanish spoken in Mexico.
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Terms with the same or almost the same meaning in at least one of their senses.
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Correct spelling, punctuation, use of accent/diacritical marks, etc.
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Function words such as a, de, en, por, para, sin, or sobre
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Questions about words and phrases peculiar to various industries or fields, such as linguistics or technology.
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A verbal mood used for expressing the counterfactual such as wishing, including how to conjugate and use it.
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The use of informal words and expressions that are not considered standard in the speaker's language or dialect but are considered more acceptable when used socially.
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Questions about grammatical (and natural) gender and agreement in the Spanish noun, adjective, and pronoun.
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Variations of the basic form of a verb.
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Questions about Spanish words so uncommon that they are difficult to find in the usual dictionaries.
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common in everyday, unconstrained conversation rather than in formal speech, academic writing, or paralinguistics.
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Questions about food and the way that interact with language in Spanish speaking countries.
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ordered and arranged to form phrases and sentences.
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Questions about the verbal interchanges between people at meeting, greeting, departing, answering the telephone, etc.
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Part of speech that changes the meaning of verbs or any part of speech other than nouns. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives, clauses, sentences, and other adverbs.
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a concept of quantity representing a value of more-than-one.
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Grammatical tense expressing actions that took place or were completed in the past.
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symbols that indicate the structure and organization of written language, as well as intonation and pauses to be observed when reading aloud.
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About question words such as "qué", "dónde", etc, and how questions are formed.