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revised What is a good, original Spanish childrens novel to help learn grammar and vocab?
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revised Bonita, linda, hermosa, bella, and guapa: what's the difference?
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revised Is there a Spanish equivalent for '(sic)'?
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revised “Quick brown fox…” equivalent in Spanish?
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revised ¿Es redundante la expresión “suele ser frecuente”?
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revised ¿Es correcto abreviar “visto bueno ” como “VoBo.”?
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revised How to pronounce the consonants “y” and “ll”?
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revised Names of letters “b” and “v”
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revised Was “rr” ever considered officially a letter of the Spanish alphabet?
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revised The letter “k” in Spanish
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revised Historical pronunciation of letters “b” and “v”
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revised Spanish phonetic alphabet
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revised Regional pronunciations of “LL”
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comment What is the history of the “personal a”?
@Arkana: Tienes razón, no es un articulo, sino un preposición.
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revised What is the history of the “personal a”?
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asked What is the history of the “personal a”?
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awarded  Nice Question
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revised Los valores de SE
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comment Are there other words that can't be written? (like sal-le)
I think an answer explaining the false premise of the question is a valid answer. Although I agree the bit about 'sh' really isn't relevant.
May
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comment Are there other words that can't be written? (like sal-le)
This phenomenon is common in English-language humor, where. Example. I imagine the same is true of many languages, including Spanish. And IMHO, it's a different phenomenon than the one the question is asking about.