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  2. Spanish language - Wikipedia

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    Spanish ( español or castellano, Castilian) is a Romance language of the Indo-European language family that evolved from colloquial Latin spoken in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. Today, it is a global language with more than 500 million native speakers, mainly in the Americas and Spain. Spanish is the official language of 20 countries.

  3. Wikipedia en español - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Wikipedia en español. La Wikipedia en español es la edición en español de Wikipedia. Al igual que las versiones existentes de Wikipedia en otros idiomas, es una enciclopedia de contenido libre, publicada en Internet bajo las licencias libres CC BY-SA 3.0 y GFDL.

  4. Spania - Wikipedia

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    Etimologie. Originile denumirii romane Hispania și a denumirii moderne España sunt incerte, deși fenicienii și cartaginezii s-au referit la regiune ca Spania, de aceea cea mai larg acceptată etimologie este una semito-feniciană.

  5. Spanish/Reflexive Verbs - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

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    List of reflexive verbs: aburrirse - to get bored. acercarse - to get close to. acordarse de - to remember. acostarse - to go to bed. acostumbrarse a - to get accustomed to (to get use to) afeitarse - to shave. aficionarse a - to become interested in. alegrarse - to become (be) happy.

  6. Wikipedia:IPA for Spanish - Wikipedia

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    Spanish phonology; Spanish dialects and varieties; History of the Spanish language; References. Martínez-Celdrán, Eugenio; Fernández-Planas, Ana Ma.; Carrera-Sabaté, Josefina (2003), "Castilian Spanish", Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 33 (2): 255–259; External links

  7. Appendix:Spanish verbs - Wiktionary

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    Appendix. : Spanish verbs. Spanish verb conjugation is one of the most complex aspects of Spanish grammar due to a relatively high degree of inflection, even compared to related Romance languages. Spanish verb conjugations are separated into three finite moods ( indicative, subjunctive, and imperative) [1] and a few non-finite forms. These ...

  8. Spanish - Humankind

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    Back to the list of cultures The Spanish are one of the cultures available in the Early Modern Era, with the Expansionist culture focus. "The truths that galvanize the Spanish to cross the great oceans are that the world is full of natural riches to be excavated and religious converts to be found." Can forcibly annex Territories occupied by other Empire's Outposts and Administrative Centers ...

  9. España - Wikimedia Commons

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    Spain. Located in or next to body of water. Atlantic Ocean (peninsular Spain, Canary Islands) Mediterranean Sea (peninsular Spain, Balearic Islands) Cantabrian Sea (Northern Spain) Alboran Sea ( Mediterranean Sea, peninsular Spain, Ceuta, Melilla, plazas de soberanía) Capital. Madrid. Basic form of government.

  10. Wiktionary:Frequency lists/Spanish1000 - Wiktionary

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    This list has been generated from subtitles of movies and television series with a total of about 27.4 million words. See the Discussion page for more details. The complete list can be found here . rank. word. occurrences (ppm) lemma forms. 1. que.

  11. año - Wiktionary

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    el año vigente. the current year. va para un año que no te veo. it's been a year since I saw you. con los años me cuesta cada vez más estar feliz. over the years I find it harder and harder to be happy. dentro de un par de años. in a couple of years' time. el mejor año de mi vida.