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Aug
4
accepted ¿Qué quiere decir “engatillado”?
Aug
4
comment How would you translate “Dashboard” from a web application point of view?
+1 for panel de control. Nice one.
Aug
3
comment Why do I have to put “que” in the sentence “es que yo sin ti.”?
As long as the reggaeton song is not degrading to women I'm ok with it. Good answer though it can improve with some formatting. Welcome to the site and keep it up!
Aug
3
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a Spanish equivalent to Ms.?
Aug
3
reviewed Reviewed Why do I have to put “que” in the sentence “es que yo sin ti.”?
Aug
3
comment Why do I have to put “que” in the sentence “es que yo sin ti.”?
-1 Do you have references for your claims that Es que is incorrect? Es que can mean many things, among those because and it is gramatically correct and accepted as far as I know. If you have a source I'll change my vote.
Jul
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
31
reviewed Reject What's the translation of 'dates'?
Jul
31
reviewed Approve Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
Jul
31
reviewed Leave Open What are some effective ways a foreign speaker can improve pronunciation in Spanish?
Jul
31
reviewed No Action Needed How would you say “The question asks”?
Jul
31
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a non-PITA way to type accented Spanish characters with an English keyboard?
Jul
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
29
comment ¿Puede escindirse el castellano en el futuro?
@Diego Relevant meta discussion.
Jul
28
reviewed Approve Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
Jul
28
reviewed Reject using 'yo' instead of 'estoy'
Jul
28
reviewed No Action Needed How should “Advertencia” be translated as a section appearing at the start of a book?
Jul
28
reviewed Close ¿Puede escindirse el castellano en el futuro?
Jul
24
reviewed Looks OK What is a more sensible way to translate “The Kid”?
Jul
24
reviewed Looks OK Definición de “pistear”