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Full time Forestry Engineer with a side of Landscape Architecture and part time student at UNED Degree on English Studies.


Nov
23
answered What does “sobadito” mean?
Nov
22
comment What is “surime”?
It's posible that you mean "surimi"?
Nov
22
comment What does “sobadito” mean?
It's possible that you mean "sobao"?
Nov
21
comment Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
@bernd_k The beggining is another entry, and it's the definition of the word "guión" and the explanation of why is correct with ortografic accent and without it.
Nov
21
comment Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
@bernd_k not at all, if you read the 2nd entry you'll find the information about the use of hyphen.
Nov
21
comment Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
The other answer already has the information, thank you very much for your help I don't know why i couldn't get the link as usual. Thanks again :D
Nov
21
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Nov
21
comment Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
Thank you @hippietrail I edited but I could not get a valid link that's why I explained how to go there. If someone can get a valid link please edit. Thank you.
Nov
21
revised Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
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Nov
21
answered Are there any true nouns containing a hyphen in the Spanish language?
Nov
19
comment How to Explain the use of vosotros to refer to an individual in the movie, “El Laberinto del Fauno” (Pan's Labyrinth)?
I don't know wht the "royal we" is, sorry. It was a treatment of respect widely used in Spain before the generalization of "usted", nowadays is extremely rare to hear it.
Nov
19
answered How to Explain the use of vosotros to refer to an individual in the movie, “El Laberinto del Fauno” (Pan's Labyrinth)?
Nov
17
comment Do “alborada”, “amanecer”, and “madrugada” refer to the same thing?
you're right atardecer and anochecer are related to dusk and to get dark (I don't know if there is an specific word?)
Nov
16
comment Proper response to “¿Qué me cuentas?”
It's not exactly incorrect but, at least to me, sounds weird.
Nov
16
comment Difference between “hay”, “ay” and “ahí”
Oh, no, it doesn´t surprise me, a lot of native speakers misuse it but the only way to get it right is to think if you are writing a verb (hay) and to know that all the forms from "haber" are spelled with initial "h", if you are writting an onomatopoeia "ay" or if you are writing a location adverd "ahí", easy to remember because it's the only form that is pronounced as a two-syllabe word... more than that I can't think in any rule or trick to remember how to use them.
Nov
16
comment Difference between “hay”, “ay” and “ahí”
When you say misuse do you mean misspelling while writing or using the wrong word while speaking?
Nov
16
answered Does an accent mark change the pronunciation of single-syllable words?
Nov
16
comment In general, how well does Google Translate work?
@Richard, thank you for your answer, I'm new on this site. I'm sorry but I find myself a little bit restricted while expressing myself in English. I think the question deserved the negative vote not just because I think is misplaced but because I think is too general, the answer would have many variabilities that are not contemplated in the questio.
Nov
16
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Nov
16
comment In general, how well does Google Translate work?
-1 IMHO this is the place to put this question.