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Dec
6
revised Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
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Dec
6
comment Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
One way of thinking about it is to see estar as not necessarily dealing with permanence, but condition (estado) as opposed to being (ser). Being dead is a (albeit permanent) condition or situation that a human is in.
Dec
6
asked Understanding “desde ya”
Dec
6
accepted “Liking” a musician or other artist
Dec
5
asked “Liking” a musician or other artist
Dec
5
asked Translating “how is …?” and “how was …?”
Dec
4
comment Different words for “sign”
@belisarius: I believe you need the "http://" to get the link to work right.
Dec
3
comment Different words for “sign”
The photos are great examples, but I'm still curious exactly what each word can refer to. For example, the photos make it look like street signs are always either señal or cartel and not letrero or rótulo?
Dec
3
comment Debuccalization of /s/ to [h]
@hippietrail: For completeness's sake, both. What the term refers to and where it happens.
Dec
1
accepted What are leísmo, loísmo, and laísmo?
Nov
30
accepted Translating “actually” (as in a change of mind)
Nov
30
asked Translating medicine names to Spanish
Nov
30
accepted Debuccalization of /s/ to [h]
Nov
30
asked Latin /f/ to Spanish /h/
Nov
30
reviewed Approve Why is “Enrique” pronunced as though it has a double “r”?
Nov
30
asked Debuccalization of /s/ to [h]
Nov
30
asked Article usage before country names
Nov
30
asked What are leísmo, loísmo, and laísmo?
Nov
30
accepted Words for strong or weak rain (sprinkling, drizzling, pouring)
Nov
29
asked Different words for “sign”