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revised Word usage: serme
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revised Difference between “oeste” and “occidente”
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revised word usage: “inquietarse” and “inquieta”
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revised word usage: “furtivamente” and “a escondidas”
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revised Sentences structure: garantizarse
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revised Sentence structure: el que, lo que
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comment What are the differences between “el mar” and “la mar”?
El Mar is the sea. La Mar makes donuts. Mmmmm. Yummy!
Jul
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answered Why is the phrase “¡Hasta la próxima!” feminine?
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revised Why do oler and saber take the preposition “a”?
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accepted Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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revised Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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revised How translate “MD5 checksum”?
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
Your answer now contradicts itself... first saying "Is just an old grammar rule", then saying "there is no rule, or grammar rule." :) Anyway, I think you hit the nail on the head with point that both the U.S. and Mexico use the $ sign for their (quite different) currencies. So the 'pesos' (or perhaps 'dollars' after the $ symbol is for clarification. It is redundant, but is used to reduce ambiguity.
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revised ¿Cuándo se le pone tilde a más?
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Jun
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comment Propogation of the subjunctive through clauses
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