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Mar
3
comment El imperfecto de subjuntivo
When you use "si X entonces Y", and X is in the subjunctive, you either use subjunctive imperfect (when Y is in the present/future/conditional) or subjunctive pluperfect (when Y is in the past). That's what I meant.
Feb
25
comment What is the difference between “Como estas” and Como estás"
5. Como estás => how you are
Feb
13
answered El imperfecto de subjuntivo
Jan
13
revised ¿Cómo se dice “we couldn't resist opening them until the first star”?
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Jan
13
answered ¿Cómo se dice “we couldn't resist opening them until the first star”?
Jan
11
answered Translating “How (much)” in non-numeric situations
Jan
10
answered What is the meaning of “Las bastardillas” in this context?
Jan
10
revised How to translate 'al' in “un delito de desobediencia al no acatar la orden”
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Jan
10
answered How to translate 'al' in “un delito de desobediencia al no acatar la orden”
Jan
6
comment How do you say “swipe” in spanish?
@Diego Más allá de nuestras preferencias, tanto "desplazar" como "deslizar" se usan actualmente como traducciones de "to swipe". Supongo que con el tiempo se establecerá una de ellas (y la otra tal vez quede para "to flick").
Jan
6
awarded  Yearling
Jan
6
answered How do you say “swipe” in spanish?
Jan
5
comment ¿Cuál es el análisis gramatical de la siguiente frase?
Un ejemplo análogo: Si el repollo es muy frágil, se puede romper -- Si el repollo es muy frágil, puedes romperlo.
Jan
3
answered What is Salsa? Which Salsa is which?
Dec
28
revised ¿Qué posición ocupa y qué función tiene “Los niños” en “Los niños parece que están divirtiéndose mucho”?
formato
Dec
28
revised What's the difference between `tiene pelo azul` and `tiene el pelo azul`?
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Dec
28
answered What's the difference between `tiene pelo azul` and `tiene el pelo azul`?
Dec
14
answered Can an accented weak vowel in a diphthong ever not be emphasised?
Dec
8
comment “Como si fuera representar” o “como si fuera para representar”?
It's worth mentioning that they are two different verbs, ser and ir. The forms in indicative would be "es para representar" and "va a representar".
Sep
26
revised Is it OK to end a sentence with an object pronoun (e.g. “He aprendido mucho de los”)
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