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answered Proper response to “con permiso”
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answered Translation of “to talk behind someone's back”
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answered Any rhyme or reason to the names of playing cards?
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comment What is the plural of 'Cuba Libre' (the beverage)?
I haven't either, but it's grammatically correct.
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comment When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
Well, they are used like prepositions, but they are not, since a preposition must be a single word (from my understanding).
Jan
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comment When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
antes de, cerca de, delante de, etc are locuciones preposicionales, they are used like prepositions.
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revised When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
Minor formating
Jan
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comment When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
Of course: buscon.rae.es/dpdI/html/glosario.htm (scroll to preposición)
Jan
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comment When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
The actual list is: a, ante, bajo, con, contra, de, desde, durante, en, entre, hacia, hasta, mediante, para, por, pro, según, sin, sobre, tras, vía.
Jan
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answered What is the plural of 'Cuba Libre' (the beverage)?
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answered Interpretation of quotes or famous sayings
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suggested suggested edit on When to add prepositions before an infinitive verb (por/para/a/de)?
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comment How should I translate “he is a pain in the ass”?
You can add: porculero (very vulgar), pesao, cansino, toca-pelotas, to the Spanish list.
Jan
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answered Translating “I'm bad with [remembering] something”
Jan
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comment “It was great to see you”
This is very country dependent. Never heard it in Spain.
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