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answered How to translate “I practice swimming”?
Apr
7
comment ¿Qué quiere decir “estar de rodríguez"?
Interesante. Acabo de ver en wikipedia que la banda española-argentina Los Rodríguez se llamaban así precisamente por esta expresión.
Apr
7
accepted Usage of “millar” vs “millón”
Apr
7
comment “go” vs “be” in past tense
This question: spanish.stackexchange.com/questions/9969/… will be useful to get the difference between "eran" and "fueron".
Apr
7
revised “go” vs “be” in past tense
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Apr
7
revised “go” vs “be” in past tense
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Apr
7
answered “go” vs “be” in past tense
Mar
16
awarded  Revival
Mar
13
reviewed Reviewed What are some tips on translating Spanish when reading
Mar
13
comment What are the pet terms for mother/father in US Spanish?
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Mar
12
comment Is there a difference between como and cómo?
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Mar
11
revised Spanish phrasal verbs
Translated my question to Spanish.
Mar
10
revised ¿Uso de lo y le por país?
Two related tags
Mar
8
revised Is it correct that a noun can be followed by an infinitive?
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Mar
8
revised Is it correct that a noun can be followed by an infinitive?
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Mar
8
comment Is it correct that a noun can be followed by an infinitive?
You can see the wikilengua article on Spanish infinitives.
Mar
8
reviewed Reject Is it correct that a noun can be followed by an infinitive?
Mar
8
answered Is it correct that a noun can be followed by an infinitive?
Mar
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reviewed Looks OK Why is “De nada” used as a response to “Gracias”?
Mar
7
comment Subjunctive Third-person singular
It is not real in the sense it hasn't happened yet. Maybe it happen some day. You have used: If he doesn't die ..., using an if, so there is a doubt.