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Jul
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “Se te debería ir” vs. “Debería írsete”
Jul
16
revised Difference between “suave” and “blando”
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Jul
16
revised What is the general rule to use accusatival pronouns to refer to nouns repeatedly?
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Jul
16
answered What is the general rule to use accusatival pronouns to refer to nouns repeatedly?
Jul
11
revised Exception to the Phonetic Rule
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Jul
11
revised Exception to the Phonetic Rule
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Jul
11
answered Exception to the Phonetic Rule
Jul
4
comment Preferred word for 'T-shirt'
In Argentina, "polo shirt" is "chomba" :-)
Jul
3
revised Preferred word for 'T-shirt'
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Jul
3
answered Preferred word for 'T-shirt'
Jul
3
revised Usage of pero vs sino
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Jul
3
comment Usage of pero vs sino
@Flimzy: If the clause is independent, "pero" is the correct one; "No me gustan los gatos; pero me gustan los perros".
Jul
2
comment Usage of pero vs sino
I don't see it that way. The correct/natural form is "I haven't come to be served, but to serve". In any case, the second part, what follows the "but", mimics syntantically the first (just toggling the negative to a positive), it's not an independent construct.
Jul
2
answered Watch TV Show with English or lower quality Spanish Subtitles
Jul
2
answered Usage of pero vs sino
Jun
27
answered Does the exclamation mark denote anger when used with a command?
Jun
26
comment Por qué la gente ríe cuando me presento como, “Fénix, como el ave”?
+1 Y si por el contrario quieres hacerlo aún más gracioso, puedes agregar : "... como el ave, no como el gato" ;-)
Jun
18
comment How do you introduce yourself on the phone?
+1 "Habla José" sounds correct and common to me.
Jun
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on When to use “tratar de” and when to use “intentar” for “to try to”?
Jun
10
revised ¿Qué significa “a poco”?
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