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What is the Spanish word for cheek?
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In general, mejilla is the anatomic term for cheek, cachete is rather informal. Cachete can also refer to a smack on the cheek as well as to the buttock. So, without context cachete would be ambiguous....

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Are there consistent rules for pronouncing "c" and "g"?
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When C is followed by A, O or U, the C is pronounced as [k], similar to English k in key [ki]. Example: casa [ˈkasa] (velar) or quiero [ˈkjeɾo] (palatal) When C is followed by E or I, the C is ...

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What is the "dativo ético"?
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The English term is ethic dative. It's a dative form which often appears in Latin but is very rare in English. The ethic dative is applied to pronouns and expresses a certain interest in a matter. ...

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What is the difference between "es" and "está"?
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There are two verbs representing English to be: ser and estar. Es and está are conjugated forms of ser and estar, respectively. Precisely, it's the third person singular. Está is also the spelling ...

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Use of "me" in the phrase "me llevo este"
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Yes, it's reflexive. The verb llevarse (algo) means to take (something). All reflexive verbs end in -se. If you don't recognize a verb as reflexive at first glance, you might ask yourself if it makes ...

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