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Mar
19
comment What is the longest word in Spanish?
I wouldn't accept chemical words nor medical words, they are not typical spanish words, most people don't use them and most of the time they are not even spanish. Some other words are just artifical words, maybe correct but nobody uses them. I would take "anticonstitucionalmente"
Mar
16
comment La llave vs. la clave
No tiene nada que ver con la primera frase, con mi explicación, con algo que sirve para abrir y cerrar físicamente algo, aunque como ya puse sí que se puede interpretar como que abre un mensaje o canal de comunicación.
Mar
15
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Mar
15
answered La llave vs. la clave
Mar
15
comment Spanish phrasal verbs
No hay que ver los phrasal verbs como algo más complicado, simplemente hay que aprenderse esas combinaciones, del mismo modo que te aprendes las palabras sueltas. Y a la larga vas viendo patrones generales que simplifican las cosas. Por ejemplo go in, get in, come in y en general los verbos de movimiento con in indican hacia adentro.
Mar
15
answered Difference between lengua and idioma?
Mar
15
answered 'vos' vs 'tú' usage by country
Mar
8
answered Why is “De nada” used as a response to “Gracias”?
Mar
8
comment “Habría” or “Hubiera”
The first verb on your sentence states the hypothetical condition, thus it's a subjunctive verb. The second is the conclusion, it doesn't have to be subjunctive. In English you say 'if I were rich I would go...' the first verb is the subjunctive.
Mar
8
comment What is the symbol “&” called in Spanish?
Sometimes we call it 'la "y" inglesa'
Mar
8
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Mar
8
revised Where to begin to learn spanish?
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Mar
7
comment Subjunctive Third-person singular
Why is "cuando cumpla 50" not real?. If he doesn't die eventually he will be 50.
Mar
7
answered Where to begin to learn spanish?
Mar
7
answered Qué debo utilizar en esta oración?
Mar
7
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Mar
7
comment Searching for a more appropriate verb phrase than “llevar a cabo”
Though we need more context, you could also say "está siendo realizado por" or "está siendo dirigido por", or you can convert the passive sentense to "... está realizando el estudio de ..." if it sounds better for you. Dirigido could work if it's achieved by other means or people and you control them.
Oct
3
awarded  Teacher
Oct
3
answered Bonita, linda, hermosa, bella, and guapa: what's the difference?