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Feb
28
answered Subjunctive Third-person singular
Feb
27
answered Is “Vale actualmente” proper when comparing currencies?
Feb
27
reviewed No Action Needed Is “Vale actualmente” proper when comparing currencies?
Feb
27
answered Are past and perfect tense in Spanish used the same way as they are used in English?
Feb
23
revised How important are accents in written Spanish?
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Feb
23
revised Es probable que + future tense
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Feb
23
answered Es probable que + future tense
Feb
21
revised What is the difference between «pensar en» and just «pensar»?
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Feb
21
answered What is the difference between «pensar en» and just «pensar»?
Feb
19
revised Why subjuntivo in Cause-Effect “Hace que <sujeto> + <subjuntivo>”
edited title
Feb
19
comment The difference between the use of “es” and “está”
I'm still preferring two separate verbs, because it allows you to be more specific without using too many complements. For example, the difference between "el cielo es azul" y "el cielo está negro", in languages without these two separate verbs, such as English and German, can only be obtained using complements of time...
Feb
18
revised El imperfecto de subjuntivo
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Feb
18
reviewed Leave Open How to use the different words for “Have”
Feb
18
reviewed Close Which of these expressions is correct? “Debe ser” vs “Debe de ser”
Feb
18
reviewed No Action Needed Si quiero decir “He knows a little Spanish” ¿qué verbo necesito usar: saber o conocer?
Feb
18
revised The difference between the use of “es” and “está”
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Feb
18
reviewed Approve The difference between the use of “es” and “está”
Feb
18
revised The difference between the use of “es” and “está”
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Feb
18
comment The use of “tu” in Spanish
@Deningrad you should edit your answer in order to express the difference between and tu. It is very important for people who are learning Spanish.
Feb
18
revised “Gafas” vs “anteojos” vs “lentes” vs “espejuelos” in mexican Spanish
The title must specify this is about mexican Spanish only.