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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
5
comment How to ask if a restaurant/store has something
In Spain the pluscuamperfecto is strong, in other countries, but maybe Argeentina, those forms of the verbs, like in Italian, have been lost. They are too complicated for most people since they require good studies of their own language. Yes, Teneis is totally formal, however, iff you are in a cafe in countries other than Argentina or Spain, the use of those complicated verbs can make you look like a rich person or a wannabe. It may be a little stressfull for some people. But the proper spanissh is supposed to use Teneis.
Dec
5
answered ¿“Más bueno” es incorrecto, correcto bajo ciertas circunstancias o totalmente correcto pero poco usado?
Nov
27
awarded  Teacher
Nov
27
answered What is the Spanish word for cheek?
Nov
27
answered How to ask if a restaurant/store has something
Oct
8
answered How do you translate the idiom “sound off” in Spanish?
Oct
8
answered In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
Oct
4
comment Comparing number of words in Spanish and English
I do thinnk there shouldn't be a topic on this, since all languages represent in the delivery of a message a strong spectrum of imposibilities to deliver the message. But, at the same time, I'm not in accordance with what answer one states. I speak and write 3 languages with the ability to understand the basics of some others. I do know there a expressions in olne language that are far more explicit in content than the expressions in another language. For instance, in Spanish we have verbs: querer, tener carino, amar, tener afecto and desear. All are related to an emotion and in english this i