Honza Zidek
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Why do we say "la cena está preparada" and not "está preparado"?
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For a beginner está preparada is easy to be confused with está preparando or ha preparado. La cena está preparada. The dinner is prepared. In the above sentence preparada is an adjective, ...

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Use of the preposition ''de''
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I am still a beginner in Spanish, but based of my general linguistic knowledge I believe it's a nice example of partitive. partitive is a word, phrase, or case that indicates partialness As you ...

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Why do they say 'un día domingo' in Spanish?
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Día domingo is not day Saturday, but day Sunday, which makes a big difference! I believe the origin and reason why it sounds natural is in Latin where the full name for Sunday is Dies Dominica, which ...

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