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answered What's the difference between “dentro” and “adentro”?
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comment Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
@Alenanno: no, sorry,I can't confrim the use you mentioned. I've never heard or read (as far as I can recall) the expression ser muerto with the sense of to be boring. Perhaps, metaphorically, ser un muerto can be understood as to be boring (notice the article un).
Dec
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comment Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
Yes ser muerto exists, and in past tense it means to be killed (by), as in fue muerto por asaltantes (It was killed by muggers); however, it's almost never used nowadays (except in archaic constructs). A related (and also scarcely used) expression: ha sido muerto por.
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revised Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
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comment Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
It's a nice question, indeed!
Dec
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answered Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
Dec
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answered Understanding “desde ya”
Dec
6
comment What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
The correct expression is Muchísimas gracias and not Muchísimo Gracias. What do you mean with ciertísimo not being a real word? Of course it is, and not just because the DPD says so; it's widely used here in Colombia. Don't worry, you're not offending me. You have a different point of view, and you have all the right to express it.
Dec
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asked Is there a Spanish equivalent for “OP”?
Dec
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comment What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
@huf: DPD says other thing... I provided the correponding link in my answer.
Dec
5
comment What's the difference between “debe de” y “debe”?
Here's the link to the DPD explanation about deber, in case you want to add it to your answer: buscon.rae.es/dpdI/SrvltConsulta?lema=deber. By the way, there's a little typo: "ocho y media"
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comment What's the difference between “debe de” y “debe”?
Here's the link to the DPD explanation about deber, in case you want to add it to your answer: buscon.rae.es/dpdI/SrvltConsulta?lema=deber
Dec
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comment What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
@Javi: yes, thank you. I was just editing my answer to add exactly that information.
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revised What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
improved fomatting,corrected spelling, added link and explanation on muy
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revised What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
improved fomatting,corrected spelling
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answered What's the “ísimo” in the following words?
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revised Is there a standard, most common, or most neutral Spanish term for “chat room”?
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answered Is there a standard, most common, or most neutral Spanish term for “chat room”?
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revised Pluralize words ending in a tonic vowel
fixed some typos and improved grammar, improved formatting
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answered Pluralize words ending in a tonic vowel