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comment Why does “no sé” mean “I don't know?”
What do you mean with if "se" means "is"...?
Dec
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revised Why does “no sé” mean “I don't know?”
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revised adjectives for “same thing” vs. “same kind of thing”
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revised adjectives for “same thing” vs. “same kind of thing”
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Dec
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revised How to avoid the lexical redundancy in the literal Spanish translation of “to ask a question”?
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Dec
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comment “to feel ashamed for an unknown person” or a cringe-worthy experience
Or lingüística. :)
Dec
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comment What's the best way to say “perífrasis verbal” in English?
I've seen that used, but not referring to "words", rather to "verbs"... Is that the correct adjective in English? Maybe it's ambiguous for that...
Dec
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revised How to avoid the lexical redundancy in the literal Spanish translation of “to ask a question”?
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comment What's the best way to say “perífrasis verbal” in English?
I'd add "verbal" to your "periphrasis" there to be more specific. :) But I'm curious to see if other people have more to add.
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revised What's the best way to say “perífrasis verbal” in English?
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comment What's the best way to say “perífrasis verbal” in English?
Just to add to the "mess" :D, there's also my answer for the question "Spanish phrasal verbs" which is about them.
Dec
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revised Article usage before country names
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Dec
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revised Why is Usted sometimes abbreviated as Vd. instead of Ud.? Is there any difference in usage between the two?
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Dec
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revised Article usage before country names
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Dec
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answered “Habría” or “Hubiera”
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comment Spanish abbreviation for the United States of America
@Joze But the fact is that in the Russian version, "republic" is singular. I checked and I think it's a singular. Weird eh? :D Even in Italian and English it becomes plural...
Dec
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comment Spanish abbreviation for the United States of America
@belisarius why URRSS with 2 "R"?
Dec
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revised Spanish abbreviation for the United States of America
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Nov
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comment Spanish abbreviation for the United States of America
+1 I didn't know about this rule, I mean: double initials for plural nouns... :D
Nov
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suggested approved edit on Spanish abbreviation for the United States of America