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comment Usage of plural in collective objects?
+1 for lot's of useful examples =)
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awarded  Enthusiast
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accepted Studying Spanish at school in a Spanish speaking country
Feb
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comment What is the preferred word to use to know if the partner is grasping what you are explaining?
Maybe '¿Tiene sentido?' is best? Your asking if what your saying makes sense, which doesn't favor either side really.
Feb
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comment Difference between “mas” and “más”
The usage comparison was comparing the frequency of 'mas' and 'pero'
Feb
22
comment Translating “Help!” (interjection)
Sounds like the same as in Argentina.
Feb
22
comment Difference between “mas” and “más”
Interesting(?) note, 'mas' also means 'but' in Portuguese, I'm no etymology expert though, so just pointing out the connection.
Feb
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comment Difference between “mas” and “más”
Agreeing with Juan, I never heard 'mas' as in 'but' once when I was in Argentina.
Feb
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accepted Translations of 'anyway'
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comment Translations of 'anyway'
Thanks, that actually sounds much better than what I had come up with and I think it gives the same message as the english example.
Feb
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comment Translations of 'anyway'
Thanks, I think 'Cambiando de tema' might be a little too direct for the situation. I think this is a time where an idiom works best, so I like 'por cierto' better
Feb
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asked Translations of 'anyway'
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revised Translation of “desafuero” to English
spelling in english
Feb
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suggested suggested edit on Translation of “desafuero” to English
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accepted Translation of the idiom: “To wind (somebody) up”
Feb
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comment Translation of mild, medium, and hot (food spiciness)
My native friend from Peru also suggested the translations I gave. Maybe a regional thing?
Feb
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revised What does “haiga” mean?
mistake
Feb
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answered What does “haiga” mean?
Feb
3
answered congratulations: felicidades vs. felicitaciones
Feb
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answered Translation of mild, medium, and hot (food spiciness)