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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
19
awarded  Yearling
Dec
20
comment How to say “I am not a spam bot” for a captcha
"spam" es un anglicismo más que aceptado en estos días, no veo ningún problema en usarlo.
Sep
3
answered What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
Jul
29
comment What does “tu lk” mean?
Any context? So, you received it in a text, what was the previous message?
Jul
23
answered ¿Existe relación entre la palabra “OJO” y su apariencia?
Jul
21
revised What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
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Jul
20
comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
Well, yea, in a more relaxed way it is just a trivial mistake. But if we are talking about speaking properly and formally, demonstrating your good civility, I think matters.
Jul
20
comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
Refer to my edit on why the correct question would be "¿chico o grande?".
Jul
20
revised What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
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Jul
20
comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
I think your answer is wrong, of course you'd say: "¿cómo te gustaría tu agua?" and it'd be "tu vaso de agua", but if you actually analyze the sentence that the one that asked provided, the nucleus of the predicate is "vaso".
Jul
19
awarded  Editor
Jul
19
revised What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
auga => agua, letter misplacement
Jul
19
answered “Rento departamento”: does it mean “Pago” or “cobro por vivir ahí” ? or both?
Jul
19
awarded  Supporter
Jul
19
suggested approved edit on What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
Jul
19
comment What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
I'd go for prescriptive. Also, I've never heard this specific mistake ("chica" for glass) other than here.
Jul
19
awarded  Teacher
Jul
19
answered What is the gender of adjectives that describe implied nouns?
Jul
19
answered Alternative to the user-unfriendly Dictionary of RAE?