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Sep
24
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
comment “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
@BrianA ooops, fixed, thanks
Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
comment Uso de “preguntan” en esta oración
"ask" -> "preguntar" is one the most frequent mistranslations. Here it should be "piden" or, better, "requieren"
Sep
23
answered “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
Sep
20
comment Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
A mí no me suenan tan raro, al menos no siempre. He agregado un par de ejemplos literarios.
Sep
20
revised Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
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Sep
20
revised Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
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Sep
20
revised Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
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Sep
20
comment To set apart / it sets you apart / to set yourself apart
See eg wordreference.com/sinonimos/destacar
Sep
20
comment To set apart / it sets you apart / to set yourself apart
"tu aplicación será mas fuerte" sounds wrong to me.
Sep
20
answered To set apart / it sets you apart / to set yourself apart
Sep
20
revised Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
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Sep
20
revised Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
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Sep
20
answered Placement of “algunas veces” in between pluperfect verbs
Sep
18
comment Use of ¿? in the Following Sentence
De paso: yo ubicaría "en su experiencia previa" al final de la oración, para destacar que forma parte de la pregunta: "le pregunta a los niños qué saben ellos, en su experiencia previa".
Sep
18
comment Use of ¿? in the Following Sentence
De acuerdo. La diferencia es más notable si cambiamos los tiempos. "Les preguntó : «¿qué saben ustedes?»" y "Les preguntó qué sabían." O "Le pregunté dónde vivía" y "Le pregunté «¿Dónde vives?»"
Sep
18
answered What does “hace que” mean in this sentence?