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May
24
revised Would 'quién' be used here or 'quien'?
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May
24
reviewed Reviewed Is this a mistranslation due to misunderstanding the British accent and English contractions?
May
24
revised Is this a mistranslation due to misunderstanding the British accent and English contractions?
to my own perspective -> from
May
23
reviewed No Action Needed Question word used as a noun
May
22
comment Is there a way to differentiate between uncles, aunts, grandparents?
Assuming this is a heterosexual family tree, cuñado would be the husband of your sister and cuñada would be the wife of your brother. Otherwise, you'll just have to distinguish it with more words as you did in your comment.
May
22
answered Cheeky smile in Spanish
May
21
answered Is there a way to differentiate between uncles, aunts, grandparents?
May
20
reviewed Edit What is the difference between “De nada” and “No hay de qué”?
May
20
revised What is the difference between “De nada” and “No hay de qué”?
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May
19
reviewed Approve ¿Qué coordina este PERO?
May
18
answered Meaning of “pero de corazón”
May
18
revised Meaning of “pero de corazón”
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May
17
reviewed Reject Probability: Future Perfect v. Conditional Perfect
May
17
revised Is “haber” always a helping verb?
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May
16
comment Verbs ending in -ed
Sounds like the Spanish equivalent of Shakespearean language.. Taketh thy seat!, Eateth thy food!
May
16
revised Is “haber” always a helping verb?
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May
16
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May
16
revised Is “haber” always a helping verb?
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May
16
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