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Jul
28
comment Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
I sit corrected.
Jul
28
comment Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
Hmmm.. I see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tittle Never heard of it. Learn something every day.
Jul
27
comment What does “alimentarse del viento” mean?
"Take in the breeze" .. maybe?
Jul
27
comment Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
An acute accent is what you described.
Jul
27
comment Why do several commercials/announcements put accents on their verbs?
This is a tilde (not a tiddle) Ññ .. and ãõ
Jul
19
comment Why is “Dawn” translated “Mediodía”?
A bad translator, that's all I can think of. Like you said, dawn is not noon.
Jul
10
comment Ciertas conjugaciones verbales no convencionales
Tambien hay confundido/confuso
Jul
8
comment No lo conozco - Why does the lo mean 'he'?
Right @guifa, I did forget about that. CORTESÍA
Jul
7
comment Preterit Passive vs. Estar + Past Participle
No, estuvo.. would be the consequence. It's not necessarily a consequence but rather a happening. Using estuvo could also suggest that the rat come back to life.
Jul
7
comment No lo conozco - Why does the lo mean 'he'?
this should help you chompchomp.com/terms/indirectobject.htm
Jul
7
comment No lo conozco - Why does the lo mean 'he'?
Le is an indirect object.
Jul
7
comment No lo conozco - Why does the lo mean 'he'?
Although lo can be translated to it in English... it simply refers to an object, a person, a place, or a thing.
Jul
6
comment ¿Cómo se dice “hacer nada” o “no hacer nada”?
Estar de hueva.
Jun
25
comment Listing mixed male and female nouns. Muchos or muchas?
Nunca he oído de eso, pero gracias por avisarme.
Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
No, it just means that you never stopped looking, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are still looking today. That would be another sentence altogether.
Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
I only translated it that way, literally, to show you what estar is doing to the sentence. They still both translate to the same thing.
Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
pretérito is the "past simple" you're referring to.
Jun
24
comment estar + gerundio vs imperfecto
yes, that's right... though I wouldn't call it indefinido .
Jun
23
comment What is a generic word to refer to “icing”?
or cobertura...y relleno for filling.
Jun
23
comment What is a generic word to refer to “icing”?
I can only think of pasta