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Jul
10
comment Presente e imperfecto del subjuntivo en las subordinaciones adjetivas
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Jul
10
answered “Sketchy” in Spanish
Jul
9
comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
I'm so sorry I just listen the "g" on every one of them maybe my ear is more trained,the gu- and the "e" or the "i" pronounced fast gives the "we"-"wi" sound ("gu-e", "gu-i"), and it is very diferent from the "ue"-"ui".
Jul
9
comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
♦: no is not. Maybe the sound is very similar and people usually pronounce it real fast, but g is not silent in güey. It is pronaunced : spanish "Gu" and later the "ey" not "u" "ey".
Jul
9
comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
exactly, the g is not silent in güey.The ¨ make the u sound but since the g is before it you get the soft and normal "g"-"u" sound combined: gu. "Gu-ey"
Jul
9
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Jul
9
comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
According to the RAE: 5. f. Ortogr. Signo ortográfico (¨) que se pone sobre la u de las sílabas gue, gui, para representar que esa letra representa un sonido que debe pronunciarse, como en vergüenza. It sounds like it is written, ver-gu-en-za, if the g sound weren't pronounced it would sound: ver-u-enza. I'm native spanish speaker =P
Jul
8
comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
actually Güey is indeed pronounced as it is written. The umlauts above the "u" is meant to assign this particular sound to the syllabe if it didn't have it it would be written "Guey" and pronounced like the english "gay". The umlauts is missing as a part of the phonetic rules Miko was talking about
Jul
6
revised Difference between “acaso” and “quizá”
corrected spelling
Jul
5
suggested approved edit on Difference between “acaso” and “quizá”
Jul
4
revised Difference between “acaso” and “quizá”
improved formatting, corrected spelling
Jul
4
revised When should we use articles before nouns and when are articles not required?
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Jul
4
suggested approved edit on Difference between “acaso” and “quizá”
Jul
4
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Jul
4
revised When should we use articles before nouns and when are articles not required?
edited body
Jul
4
revised When should we use articles before nouns and when are articles not required?
edited body
Jul
4
revised When should we use articles before nouns and when are articles not required?
edited body
Jul
4
answered When should we use articles before nouns and when are articles not required?
Jun
29
comment ¿Cuándo se utiliza 'creía' en el mismo sentido como 'supongo'?
creo que ambos funcionan bien no? @WalterMitty
Jun
28
answered ¿Cuándo se utiliza 'creía' en el mismo sentido como 'supongo'?