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Is "síguenos" a real Spanish word?
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Síguenos is a standard Spanish word. The verb seguir means “to follow.” Sigue is the affirmative tú command (second-person singular informal imperative) of seguir. Nos is a direct object pronoun that ...

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¿Por qué se usa el género femenino en estos casos?
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Me parece que el género del adjetivo solamente depende en tipo de lugar del nombre modificado. Por ejemplo, "Nueva Jersey" sí es un estado, pero "Jersey" por sí solo es una isla. Así, no es importante ...

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Spanish for "file"
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Yes, fichero and archivo are the most commonly used words for file. Sometimes el dossier or el dosier is used (obviously from the same French word from which "dossier" in English came). The "archive" ...

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Origen de la expresión "todo de perlas"
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Por lo que sé, esta expresión sí es universal come un modismo muy común. La expresión se deriva del sustantivo "perla", que significa "pearl" en inglés. Persona 1: ¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás? Persona ...

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How do you use very "muy" in Spanish
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What Diego explains is correct. "Muy" is equivalent to the English adverb "very"--both modify adjectives or other adverbs ("Ella corre muy lentamente" = "She runs very slowly"; "Ella es muy tonta" = "...

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Exception to the Phonetic Rule
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Spanish is not a phonetic language. A phonetic language is a language in which you can hear a word and spell it correctly and you can see a written word and pronounce it correctly. You cannot spell "...

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