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May
23
comment How to translate “background” into Spanish?
This was going to be my recommendation. Might you also say "educación en"?
Apr
29
revised Gramatica: te veo los ojos
Corrected example
Apr
28
revised Gramatica: te veo los ojos
Corrected spanish sentence
Apr
28
comment Gramatica: te veo los ojos
I agree it makes no sense. I have learned quite a bit of Spanish since this was written. I will correct it (or remove) as necessary. Thanks.
Apr
25
comment “I was sick" in Spanish
To my mind 'estaba enfermo' also could indicate a long-term illness that, perhaps, you had as a child. Using 'estuve' indicates a short-term temporary sickness such as a cold.
Apr
24
answered Is this Duolingo answer correct?
Apr
23
comment Mixing tenses in subjunctive?
I wasn't aware of the distinction. Lots to review in this simple example. Thanks for the complete answer.
Apr
23
accepted Mixing tenses in subjunctive?
Apr
23
asked Mixing tenses in subjunctive?
Mar
25
comment What's the plural of “suéter”?
It's essentially covered under the "rule" but I just wanted to make a note regarding the noun ending with a consonant. Keep in mind that a gender change (e.g. profesor -> profesora) will change how you create a plural (e.g. profesores -> profesoras).
Feb
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
28
answered Meaning of “me suena mejor”
Dec
19
comment Help me pronounce single “r”
Thanks for making me sound crazy as I walk around work.
Dec
19
answered Help me pronounce single “r”
Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Oct
31
answered “Unsanded Grout” in Spanish
Oct
4
accepted Repartiera meaning (or what is subjunctive preterite imperfect?)
Aug
12
answered Are there any free bilingual books in Spanish and English?
Aug
10
comment What is the difference between “ser casado” and “estar casado”?
This question is also somewhat covered by spanish.stackexchange.com/questions/987/…
Jul
25
awarded  Critic