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How to say "let's meet" as an invitation to a date?
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What's the logic behind the expression "no hace falta"?
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Can "¿Qué tal N?" always be used to mean "How about N"?
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se vende -- is this passive or is "se" == it?
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How can I say that I want to have my food here when I'm in a cafe, not "para llevar"?
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Can I alway replace "que Verb 3rd form" with "past participle Verb"?
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"No se puede conectar" vs "no puede conectarse"
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Why subjunctive in this sentence? "¿Tiene una que no *tenga* carne?"
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How to ask to crank or turn the music down?
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Subjunctive future form -- how and when to use it? Example with "I think I'll go there"?
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Why "If I had X...." is translated to "si tuviera X"?
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How to ask "when do you open" and "when do you close"?
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Subjunctive present or future?
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2 verbs in the past tense in a single sentence. Why is the 2nd one in subjunctive?
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How to make an order in a coffeshop or a request in a semi-casual way?
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How is "manejar" used in Mexico? As "to have"?
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The way to ask if some food contains something
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How to ask someone -- stranger or my friend -- to do something?
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Subjunctive form in the expressions for wishing luck to someone and similar ones
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What to use instead of "to come"?
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How to activerly listen, agree and express surpise and so on in a converstaion?
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subjunctive form and present tense form in my sentence
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The verbs with "se" and without it that mean exactly the same thing