How do you say "American", as in someone (or something) from the United States, in Spanish?
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Why is German called "Deutsch" in German, while Dutch is called "Niederländer"? Why do some Romance languages seem to use a different root word, like "Alemán" in Spanish and "Allemand" in French?
Why are there masculine and feminine words in Spanish?
How long does it take to learn Spanish?
What are some ways of saying “I'm hungry” and “I’m thirsty” in Spanish?
What's the difference between telling someone "te quiero" and "te amo"? Don't they both mean "I love you"?
What are some common social faux-pas that English speakers make in Spanish-speaking countries?
What's the difference between "qué onda", "qué tal" and "qué pasa"? Don't they all means "what's up" in Spanish?
How do I use the present continuous in German? For example, phrases like "I am studying German now" or "They are talking to me"
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