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Rock Anthony Johnson
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Is the following example a case of double negatives in Spanish?

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Is this use of "conocer" in my Spanish course a mistake?

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When is it OK to use a subjunctive form instead of the conditional?

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When is it appropriate to use 'ser' versus 'estar' for 'nuevo' or 'barato'?

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"No puedo dejarte de recordar": to what does this translate, and why?

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What is the usage of adding 'ao' to the ending of words?

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What is the meaning of "te echo"?

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In a particular context, is it common for 'después' and 'luego' to be used interchangeably?

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What is the common construction of questions spoken by native speakers of Spanish?

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May someone please explain the translation of "una vez eso fue una escuela"?

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Use of "conocer" in the context of meeting someone

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What's the difference between "Va a un bar" and "Se va a un bar"?

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"A ser" vs "a hacer" - How to hear the difference?

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What is the meaning of "...aunque de buenas tienen poco"?

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What is the meaning of, "hacer carrera de alguien"?

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Can someone explain why 2nd person plural is used when speaking to a single person?

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Is 'sin ser' synonymous with 'sin estar'?

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Is there any case in which the subjunctive mood can be used in simple sentences?

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What is the meaning of "eso nos tocó vivir"?

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Can someone please explain the noun phrase "El de"?

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"suavecillo" or "suavecito"?

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May someone give an example on how to use "puesto" as an adjective?

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"los dos de usted" or "los dos de ustedes": Which one is correct?

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What is the difference between "háblame" and "cuéntame"?

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Is this an example of incorrect subject/verb agreement?

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Subject-Verb agreement - shouldn't 'ustedes' always be mapped to 'podrían' and not 'podría'?

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What is the difference between 'estar para' and 'estar por'?

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How is the imperfect of 'acabar de [+ infinitive] translated to English?

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Can someone explain the construction of 'siempre lo arruina todo'?

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What is expressed by the question, "Y qué tal lo llevas"?