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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Yearling
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comment What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
I never denied the existence of irregularities in English. Since we are on the topic of gender, I spoke of gender. Whereas you chose to veer off topic and poke fun at my mother language. My question only asked how gendered words were created in Spanish. I never said it was a stupid idea, which you made it out to be by labeling my questioning as "complaining".
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awarded  Commentator
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comment What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
@vartec Your opinion is an Ad Hominem attack. English does not use gender on objects that have no sexual organs. Therefore, there does not exist any irregularities in gender in English. Thus, my so called "complaining" is justified because this concept does not exist in my native tongue.
Jul
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accepted How do you describe the directional parts of an object?
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asked What is the significance of the gender of a noun in Spanish?
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comment How do you describe the directional parts of an object?
Sorry if I was not clear, but I wanted the nouns. Instead of "below the bar", I want to say "the bottom of the box/etc.."
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asked How do you describe the directional parts of an object?
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accepted What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
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accepted How do you differenciate “remember” and “remind”?
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asked How do you differenciate “remember” and “remind”?
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comment “Ir a” versus future tense when asking a question
@Newbie I thought that the present tense signifies a habit. Wouldn't ¿Cuándo vienes? mean "When do you (usually) come?"
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revised Does contracting a phrase change its undertone?
better examples
Jul
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comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
So I was wrong to include vaso? I asked my Mexican contractor (Immigrant, not Chicano) how to order aguas frescas and that's how he told me to say it. He explained to me how vaso was the correct size, while copa and taza were wrong.
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comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
Isn't agua masculine too because it starts with a stressed "a"? El agua.
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comment Does contracting a phrase change its undertone?
The question mark is for my question on this site. It is not part of the phrase.
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asked What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
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awarded  Editor
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revised “Ir a” versus future tense when asking a question
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