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Lisa Beck
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What is the difference between "abajo," "debajo," and "bajo?"

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6 answers
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How is “pea” translated into Spanish?

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3 answers
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Why has "fox" been translated as "zorra" in Spanish versions of Aesop's fables?

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5 answers
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If "el padre" means "the parent," how do you specifically refer to a female parent?

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How do you say, "How was your day?"

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3 answers
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Is it possible to refer to a wife as "una marida?"

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What is the difference between "catedrático," "docente," "maestro," and "profesor?"

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1 answer
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How do you say "woke" in Spanish?

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1 answer
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Why do I sometimes see the reflexive pronoun in a verbal phrase (either before or attached to a command or progressive form) and sometimes not?

4 votes
2 answers
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Is there any difference in meaning between "yo tampoco," "ni yo," and "ni yo tampoco?"

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Do "tal" and "tan" both mean "such"?

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When crowds chant “¡Kiricocho!” what are they saying?

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1 answer
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What are the differences between the military ranks of the Spanish military and those of Latin America and how do they compare to those of the U.S.?

12 votes
2 answers
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Is the phrase "Me siento mal" grammatically correct in Spanish?

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Where is "cartera" used to mean "purse” or “handbag” and why is that the word for “purse” (or handbag) instead of “bolso?”

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If someone needs to learn how to say "Don't touch" using the formal command, which should be used: "No se toca", or "No se toque"?

2 votes
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Is there a Spanish equivalent for HTH ("hope that helps" or "happy to help")?

4 votes
1 answer
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How does one use a single adjective to describe two or more nouns of different genders?

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What are some of the most useful shortened Spanish words for someone learning Spanish to know?

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If certain words undergo a spelling change from "z" to "c" in order to preserve the soft sound of the "z," is there a "hard z" in Spanish?

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What is the difference between "regresar," "volver," and "retornar"?

9 votes
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If "mañana" is feminine, why do I see so many more instances of "mañana sería bueno" than "mañana sería buena"?

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1 answer
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How is "on fleek" translated into Spanish?

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3 answers
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Is "indígeno" a word in Spanish and, if so, how does it differ from "autóctono"?

7 votes
2 answers
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What percentage of nouns ending in -a are masculine and what percentage of nouns ending in -o are feminine?

2 votes
4 answers
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When referring to "P.D." for "posdata," do native Spanish speakers ever just pronounce the initials?

5 votes
1 answer
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What does "p.º" mean?

9 votes
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1k views

What is the difference between "mobiliario" and "mueble(s)"?

2 votes
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What is the difference between "la semana siguiente" and "a la semana siguiente"?

2 votes
1 answer
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What is the difference between "pescado" and "pescados?"