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May
29
answered Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
May
29
suggested suggested edit on Dormitorio vs recámara vs alcoba vs habitación
May
29
comment Usage of ora vs ahora
Wow, I've never heard of this... it sounds too much like hora though for me to want to use it.
May
29
comment Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
@c.p. Si hubiese tenido que hacerlo, hubiese saltado la cuerda. would mean.. If I had had to do it, had jumped the rope.
May
29
answered Translating “if I had to” in Spanish
May
29
comment Translating “loudly” in Spanish
Ruidosamente is an alternative.
May
29
suggested suggested edit on Translating “loudly” in Spanish
May
29
comment Translate “bigger/smaller one” into Spanish
If you've already said Necesito once already, you can get away with just saying Otra... or Otro... or even.. uno(a) más
May
29
revised Translate “…when you're done” in Spanish
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May
29
answered Translate “…when you're done” in Spanish
May
26
answered It is what it is
May
26
comment What is the difference between “es” and “está”?
You only put and accent on the a when it is conjugated, not when it's a pronoun. Then, if that pronoun doesn't proceed a noun at all, it requires an accent on the E. Esta mujer está loca and Ésta está loca
May
23
comment Cual es la diferencia entre “como” y “ya que”
Ya que me parece como la Now that.. en inglés. Y como me parece como la "Since...". Since A, B... Now that A, B
May
21
comment Spanish for “to no end”
Spanish is not my native language, and as you can see from my profile, I am from North Carolina; making English my native language.
May
21
answered Spanish for “to no end”
May
20
revised ¿“Dense” o “Dénse”?
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May
20
answered ¿“Dense” o “Dénse”?
May
20
answered Usages of Se and Verbs
May
19
revised What is the difference in meaning between: se celebra & celebra?
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May
19
comment What is the implied noun in “empanada”?
spanishdict.com/translate/empanada - here it is translated as pie.