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reviewed No Action Needed Most accurate translation of “possum”
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reviewed Reviewed Distancia desde Chicago a Nueva York VS. Distancia entre Chicago y Nueva York
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reviewed Looks OK How do you say “sharp objects” in Spanish?
May
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reviewed Close ¿Cuándo es necesario/posible no usar los artículos?
May
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reviewed Reviewed How does one properly use the verb gustar?
May
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reviewed Close How does one properly use the verb gustar?
May
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reviewed Close ¿Por qué Hernán en lugar de Hernando?
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reviewed Close How to answer sarcastically when someone says you're “selling air”?
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Must change to plural?
Apr
28
revised Must change to plural?
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reviewed Reviewed EEUU vs EU: ¿Han cambiado las reglas de abreviación en los medios periodísticos?
Apr
28
reviewed Reject Must change to plural?
Apr
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reviewed Close What are the rules for using the definite article before a noun used in a general sense?
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awarded  Famous Question
Apr
16
comment Where is “línea” used in addition to “cola”
In México it's usually "fila". "Cola" has negative connotations in much of Latin America. I've used línea a few times in Mexico, but it seems like an overly literal translation from English.
Apr
16
comment Translating “ok”
And don't forget "ok"
Apr
14
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
13
asked ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre «champiñón» y «seta»?
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revised Usage of pronoun la/lo
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10
comment Translate “Good for you”
Welcome to our community! "Tú" is the subjective form, so you must use "ti" in this case, as it's the object. Otherwise your literal translation is pretty close.