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Aug
14
comment How do you use the “passive se” with a reflexive verb?
The question would be "¿cómo se afeita uno?", and I think the reflexive "se" is lost, the "se" is for the impersonal. An expert would be useful now...
Aug
12
comment How do you use the “passive se” with a reflexive verb?
The point is that I don't think this would happen (merging a reflexive and an impersonal), since both are exclusive (either it's reflexive or it's impersonal).
Aug
12
comment “no” + verb + “nada”
¿Dónde has visto "no habla de nada"? La traducción de "say nothing" sería "no digas nada". ¿Cuál es el contexto?
Aug
12
comment “no” + verb + “nada”
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Aug
12
comment Are there any free bilingual books in Spanish and English?
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Aug
11
comment What is the difference between “ser cierto” and “ser verdad”?
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Aug
10
comment How do you use the “passive se” with a reflexive verb?
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Aug
10
comment Using pronoun after similarly conjugated verb?
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Aug
9
comment Using pronoun after similarly conjugated verb?
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Aug
9
comment Using pronoun after similarly conjugated verb?
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Aug
9
comment Using pronoun after similarly conjugated verb?
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Aug
7
comment Why is “De nada” used as a response to “Gracias”?
Well, it's the same if I'd ask the reverse, why in English "you're welcome" is used as an answer to "thank you". I think this question might be improved so it's not so localized.
Jul
29
comment Do mi and mío have different connotations?
@tchrist I have never heard "ésta es casa mía" in Spain, not it daily use nor in literature. Probably a couple of centuries ago or before, but never nowadays. We only say "esta casa es mía" or "ésta es mi casa".
Jul
29
comment Do mi and mío have different connotations?
When would you use "ésta es casa mía"?
Jul
26
comment How did “asistir” and “atender” become opposite of their cognates in english?
@Paul not only Spanish, but the roots of these words in Latin and how they evolved in different languages. I find it very interesting.
Jul
26
comment How did “asistir” and “atender” become opposite of their cognates in english?
Depending on the context, "assist" is "asistir" (help) and "attend" is "atender" (take care of). Probably this is a good question for Linguistics.SE.
Jul
26
comment How did “asistir” and “atender” become opposite of their cognates in english?
No sé si he entendido bien el último párrafo. ¿'attendre' y 'assister' es como en inglés o como en castellano?
Jul
26
comment Word usage : te pertenece
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Jul
25
comment How did “asistir” and “atender” become opposite of their cognates in english?
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Jul
25
comment Word usage : te pertenece
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