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Nov
19
answered Is “al” a relatively new word?
Nov
18
comment ¿Por qué es la palabra «mano» femenina?
@TomAu: I think you are right. Even radio is a contraction (radiodifusión).
Nov
17
revised ¿Por qué es la palabra «mano» femenina?
Removed article from title
Nov
17
comment How widespread was (or is) the phrase “La mamá de Tarzán”?
I've never heard of it (Chile).
Nov
17
comment Difference between “hay”, “ay” and “ahí”
@Rafael.IT maybe memorizing this sentece will help you to avoid confusion: Ahí hay un hombre que dice ¡ay!
Nov
17
comment “It was great to see you”
@jrdioko, don't forget to accept the correct answer.
Nov
17
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Nov
17
comment How can I tell someone what I'm reading about?
Yes: wordreference.com/es/en/translation.asp?spen=acerca%20de
Nov
17
revised How can I tell someone what I'm reading about?
Corrected spelling, formatting
Nov
17
suggested suggested edit on How can I tell someone what I'm reading about?
Nov
17
answered How can I tell someone what I'm reading about?
Nov
17
comment Single or multiple word names of numbers
@jrdioko jf you look here books.google.com/ngrams/… , "diez y seis" was widely used in the past.
Nov
17
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Nov
17
comment Etymology of “usted”
Suggested reading: spanish.about.com/od/historyofspanish/a/usted_vd.htm
Nov
17
answered Infinitive instead of past participle in Maná's “El Verdadero Amor Perdona”
Nov
17
answered Names of letters “b” and “v”
Nov
16
comment Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
@rsuarez, but you say "aguja e hilo". Maybe it's because "hielo" has a "ie" diphthong?
Nov
16
comment Origin and usage of “¿” and “¡”
Thanks a lot @Joze for your complete answer.
Nov
16
accepted Origin and usage of “¿” and “¡”
Nov
16
awarded  Analytical