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Jan
19
comment How do I say 'I end up' in Spanish?
@joragupra "coger" would definitely be the first and most natural choice for a native speaker in this context, at least in Spain.
Dec
14
comment What is the imperative without pronoun of 'Saber'? Why?
No, it's not; see my answer ;-)
Dec
7
comment What is the imperative without pronoun of 'Saber'? Why?
I knew that was the question but I wanted to say the form that I think it is usually replaced with. As for why it's not used, it's a very interesting question but I have no idea actually.
Dec
3
comment Article usage before country names
Another observation is that "Estados Unidos" without the article is used as a singular noun.
Dec
3
comment Article usage before country names
In Spain the article is seldom used. See e.g the news about the USA in "El Pais" (one of the main Spanish national newspapers): politica.elpais.com/tag/estados_unidos/a Incidentally, the same is true about "Reino Unido": politica.elpais.com/tag/reino_unido/a
Nov
30
comment Article usage before country names
I agree about "el Reino Unido", but I still think "Me voy a Estados Unidos" would be more common than "Me voy a los Estados Unidos" (although it wouldn't sound unusual either).