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Jun
21
revised How do you say “Turnover” in Spanish?
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Jun
16
revised Is “gata” vulgar? What about “gatita”?
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Jun
12
comment Pronunciation of “ll” in Mexico
@AmitSchandillia: In this case, I would say "most." I only knew this person for two years, so I couldn't go around monitoring every instance of use. But even to me, it was clearly "more often than not." Thanks for asking the question; it explains (to me) why the teacher pronounced these words as she did.
Jun
12
answered Pronunciation of “ll” in Mexico
Jun
10
answered How do you say “Turnover” in Spanish?
Jun
5
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May
28
accepted Differences in usage between “dejar” and “permitir”?
Apr
27
comment Is the Spanish in Don Quixote too archaic to be useful for those learning Spanish?
@Flimzy: I have tried to make the question more objective by asking for "particular" constructions used in the book that might be archaic, and wonder if the question can be reopened in its current form.
Apr
27
revised Is the Spanish in Don Quixote too archaic to be useful for those learning Spanish?
Asked for particular archaic constructions.
Apr
24
comment Is the resemblance between the words “churir” and “churros” more than coincidence?
@rupps: The previous question was "linked to" in the fourth word of my own question.
Apr
24
comment How do I say these phrases in Spanish?
"Conseguí" is not the word I'd use in this context. May "obtenir" or "recibir." (I'm not a native speaker, however.) If you edited your question to ask about this, or similar word choice, you might be able to get it re-opened.
Apr
23
comment Why does “Se habla español” translate to “We speak Spanish”?
se is the "reflexive." Me hablo, I talk to MYself. Se habla one talks to ONEself. Hablarse is the infinitive, and se habla is the conjugated form of the expression.
Apr
23
answered Why does “Se habla español” translate to “We speak Spanish”?
Apr
23
asked Is the resemblance between the words “churir” and “churros” more than coincidence?
Apr
23
comment Ser vs estar in sentences about composition
possible duplicate of Why should we use estar over ser for being old or fat?
Apr
23
comment How do you say “coming” in Spanish?
Why the downvote (which I cancelled). These seems like an acceptable (if less common) translation to me.
Apr
23
comment What does “churir” mean?
If "churros" is the word for a certain pastry, does it refer to a "wrinkled" pastry? Or are the two words, churro and churir unrelated?
Apr
14
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Apr
4
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Apr
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Differences in usage between “dejar” and “permitir”?