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What are the words 'grammar rules' when translated from English to Spanish?


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2010-04-18 15:46:01
2010-04-18 15:46:01

In Spanish we say "Gramática" or "Normas Gramaticales". Both are fine.

You pronounce "gramatica" grah-mah-te-kah.

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