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reviewed Reject Is “me gustas” ever right?
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Aug
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comment Why do Spanish words have gender?
I think it actually would be better question for English.SE. "Why is English the only European language which doesn't have concept of grammatical gender?".
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awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
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comment Mejico or Mexico?
@angus: I've reworded that a bit. Do you agree with that now?
Dec
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revised Mejico or Mexico?
changed wording regarding "only correct spelling"
Dec
12
comment Mejico or Mexico?
@angus: should Méjico it would appear in DRAE in these phrases as alternative spelling.
Dec
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comment How do I say 'On second thought' in Spanish?
"al pensarlo mejor"?
Dec
11
revised Mejico or Mexico?
grammar
Dec
11
answered Mejico or Mexico?
Dec
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comment Mejico or Mexico?
side note: "estoy viviendo" sounds like calque from English, "vivo" is how you'd say it in Spanish
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Basque words in Spanish vocabulary
IIRC, usage of zulo is now for more common crimes, like for example a place where criminals would hide the stolen property or take apart stolen cars.
Aug
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comment Regional usage and literal meaning of “¡No manches!”
¡No manches! is less vulgar way of saying ¡No mames!
Aug
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comment What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
it's true that you come from disadvantaged position of speaking the only European language, which has lost the grammatical concept of gender. I do believe however, that concept of irony does exist in English :-P English is highly irregular, in fact it probably the most irregular language that exists. Of course it's not about gender, but about spelling, verb conjugation, etc. In English there are more words that don't follow any rule, than these that do. Just take a look at list of irregular verbs in English.
Aug
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comment What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
btw. this is gonna blow your brains: "la gente"
Aug
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comment What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
English speaker complaining of irregularities. Doesn't get more ironic than that ;-)
Jul
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answered How do you say “carpet” in Mexican Spanish?