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RAE


(abreviación de Real Academia Española )  institution that sets lexical and syntactic standards for Spanish

RAE
The “Real Academia Española” or RAE (Spanish Royal Academy) is the institution which sets the lexical and syntactic standards for the use of Spanish through the dictionaries and grammars it produces. It was founded in 1713, and its first major task was to produce a six-volume dictionary. This served as a basis for a single volume dictionary which appeared in 1780, and which has been continually revised ever since, the latest update being the 22nd edition of 2001. The 46 members of the Academy are elected from among leading writers and intellectuals, though the first woman member did not arrive until 1978. They meet regularly to deliberate on problematic aspects of the language, and to discuss possible linguistic reforms.


Mots proches

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  • (Yo) … en México hace dos años.