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How can we say "I'm sorry" apart from "lo siento"?
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'Sentir', 'perdonar', 'disculpar', and even 'dispensar' are all used depending on the reason for your apology: Lo sentimos, este teléfono ha sido desconectado. Lo sentimos, la lluvia ha arruinado el ...

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Pluralization of “todo”
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They are both right (except that you must add "los" as seen below) depending on what you mean. It depends on whether you grow vegetables of any type you want, or you grow vegetables of every type ...

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Word order in Spanish
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Most likely to be heard: 1) Nunca me van a dar miedo tus amenazas. ("frighten" is a deeper kind of fear than "scare") 2) Nunca me van a asustar tus amenazas. (A threat doesn't surprise-scare you, it ...

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Reflexive “dejar”
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"Has dejado el paraguas en el restaurante" is not less correct, and it is the way that it is used in Mexico. There are differences in usage in different countries, but all countries will understand ...

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Why I always bite my tongue when speaking spanish 'd' in the sentence
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It's all about practice. You would bite your tongue a lot if you were just now learning to chew your food. It just takes practice. In the meantime, you can try closing your teeth more so your ...

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Pretérito Perfecto vs. Pretérito Indefinido - which one is correct
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This one is correct if he broke it this summer and now (3 months later) he STILL can't walk: Este verano mi vecino se rompió la pierna y no ha podido caminar por tres meses. This is correct if he ...

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Pasado perfecto de subjuntivo o indicativo
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1=habia conocido 2=habia cambiado 3=hubiera sido

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Is there a software utility available that allows simultaneous reading of Spanish and English material?
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The only way I can think of is having two browser windows side by side with the same Spanish document in both, and then using Google translate on one of them. They won't scroll together because only ...

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¿Cuáles son sinónimos de "ni fu ni fa"?
1 votes

Todas las de tu libro, en mi opinión, están mal: así así regular sin pena ni gloria medianamente así no más tal cual (tal por cual) de por ahí de tres al cuatro como el tiempo malo que llueve o no ...

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How do native speakers speak the correct pairs of words when they speak fast?
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D does take longer than the other sounds, which makes it more difficult to speak fast. People either: 1) Slow down for the "d" sounds. Used when speaking properly is more important than speed, like ...

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