Hi! this is specially for all those who don't have their keyboard configurated for the Spanish language. Please don't writE "ano" instead of "año" because:

ano = anus

año = year

so your writing might sound funny if you're lazy and don't write the letter "ñ" correctly

key ALT +165 = Ñ

key ALT + 164 = ñ

*Numbers must be written from NumPad.
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Especially when you try and say your age.

Tengo treinta años is totally different to Tengo treinta anos!

Be careful!
Go to know. I found a listing of how to typ all the special characters .

ñ Ñ á é ú ¿ ¡ .... y más

se encontran a www.spanishnewyork.com/spanish-characters.html
Tengo una pregunta.

¿Hay palabras más con los problemas similar? ¿Tiene usted una lista? No quiero hacer un error grande.

¡Muchas Gracias!
Por ejemplo:

inglés = English

ingles = groins
Ken In San Jo¿Hay palabras más con los problemas similar?. ¿Hay más palabras con el mismo problema? ¿Hay más palabras con un problema similar?
LOL, I forgot about that one.

You have to be careful about what you say you are studying.

Estoy estudiando...

Emotion: smile
CANA/ CAÑA

Cana: f. grey hair, to cut loose, to be getting old

Caña: beer glass, bone of arm or leg, helm, tiller, stalk, stem, walking stick

PENA/PEÑA

Pena: sorrow, grief, punishment, pain, penalty,

Peña: rock, boulder, cliff, club, circle.

SANA/SAÑA

Sana: adj. hale, healthy, sane, healthful, safe, sure

Saña: fury, rage, cruelty
SanzHi! this is specially for all those who don't have their keyboard configurated for the Spanish language. Please don't writE "ano" instead of "año" because:

ano = anus

año = year

so your writing might sound funny if you're lazy and don't write the letter "ñ" correctly

key ALT +165 = Ñ

key ALT + 164 = ñ

*Numbers must be written from NumPad.
here is a pretty complete list of accented letters and other symbols used in spanish

Aquí está una lista bastante completa de los accentos y otros símbolos que se usa en español. (- es correcto esta frase? jaja)

á = alt+0225
Á = alt+0193
é = alt+0233
É = alt+0201
í = alt+0237
Í = alt+0205
ó = alt+0243
Ó = alt+0211
ú = alt+0250
Ú = alt+0218

ñ = alt+0241
¡ = alt+8877
¿ = alt+0191
ü = alt+0252
AmandaCANA/ CAÑA

Cana: f. grey hair, to cut loose, to be getting old

Caña: beer glass, bone of arm or leg, helm, tiller, stalk, stem, walking stick

PENA/PEÑA

Pena: sorrow, grief, punishment, pain, penalty,

Peña: rock, boulder, cliff, club, circle.

Also, here in Argentina 'cana' means 'cop'; it's slang.

And here 'peña' is also a kind of gathering where people play traditional Argentinian music.

Cheers,

Sextus
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