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Lo siento, per no hablo espanol.


Nov
16
comment Distribution of Spanish speakers regarding 's' and 'c' pronunciation
"Correctly" distinguished? What makes one way correct over another?
Nov
16
comment Are there vulgarities in Spanish that are universal throughout the language?
Thinking things through and looking at the one response we've gotten, I can see that the way it's worded isn't a list question and probably won't be controversial. The "universally accepted" narrows the scope far enough to be on the right side of "Not Constructive" (although it is still huge in scope). So, I voted to reopen.
Nov
16
revised Are there vulgarities in Spanish that are universal throughout the language?
This title might help the question stay open or be re-opened, even.
Nov
16
revised How can I know if a word or phrase should be avoided due to regional variations?
The original title question was off-topic for the StackExchange network. That first paragraph should be altered, too, but I'll leave that to you.
Nov
16
suggested suggested edit on Are there vulgarities in Spanish that are universal throughout the language?
Nov
16
comment Are there vulgarities in Spanish that are universal throughout the language?
I almost asked a variation of this myself, but it seems like a list question to me. I don't think it's the right format for an SE network site. :\ (too bad, because I'm really interested, so +1! But, VtC.)
Nov
16
awarded  Talkative
Nov
16
answered Pronunciation of words ending in -n
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16
awarded  Disciplined
Nov
16
awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Analytical
Nov
16
comment In general, how well does Google Translate work?
@hippietrail I agree. That's why I think this question should remain closed.
Nov
16
comment How to Translate “Sabor A Mi” into English
A taste of me probably would leave a bad taste in the mouth.
Nov
16
comment How is the letter 's' (or the 's' sound) pronounced in Spain?
Yeah, that's why I left "letter 's'" in the title.
Nov
16
comment How is the letter 's' (or the 's' sound) pronounced in Spain?
@hippietrail True, but without knowing the answer, it can be hard to ask a question, sometimes.
Nov
16
accepted Are there native-born Spanish speakers that can't trill their R's?
Nov
16
comment In general, how well does Google Translate work?
@LauraMoyàAlcover Good point. Fair enough.
Nov
16
awarded  Scholar
Nov
16
accepted In general, how well does Google Translate work?
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16
comment In general, how well does Google Translate work?
@LauraMoyàAlcover Yes, this is not a good question for the site. That's why it needs closed as off-topic. (However, there is benefit in having the question around and closed.) You should vote based on the usefulness, clarity, and research effort of the question, not on whether it's a good question for this site. (Granted, people generally vote however they want to, regardless of suggestions.)