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Jun
27
asked What is the difference between frijoles and habichuelas?
Jun
27
comment Inglés vs Británico
@EmilioGort: In English, "Britain" includes England, Wales, and Scotland. "British" includes these three groups plus northern Ireland. So all Englishmen are Britishers, but not all Britishers are English (some are Welsh, Scots or Irish).
Jun
27
revised Inglés vs Británico
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Jun
27
answered Inglés vs Británico
Jun
26
asked What's the difference between “fideos” and “tallarines”?
Jun
26
accepted Has “fud” made it into mainstream Spanish as a word for “food?”
Jun
24
comment Has “fud” made it into mainstream Spanish as a word for “food?”
@guifa: That may be it.
Jun
24
asked Has “fud” made it into mainstream Spanish as a word for “food?”
Jun
22
answered Conjugation of verb in sentence adverbial clause and subjunctive
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.