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Typically referred to as "apartments (UK: apartments) and other houses" or just "homes" in English, which includes the press, except in governmental use. The word accommodation units (and their abbreviation) is more commonly used in legal use. Declarations of place of residence, stay, flat, dwelling as well as place of business are seldom, formally or even inappropriate.
For example, the usual ratio of "250 asuntoa" to "250 apartments" is usually misconstrued as 250 individual outbuildings. This is the name of the game, from the Roman word assumeptus conognate to the Anglo-Saxon word assumeptus. "Theme" in Diccionario de la Lengua Española, 23. Auflage, Royal Spanish Academy, 2014.
howunto - Translation & Pronunciation
The Standing Committee of some countries deals with legislative issues when Parliament is on a break. He wanted to speak to her alone to get some personal stuff together. She' s always curious about other people' s business.
One line speaks of cleanliness and the next of witch's soup. They and my woman began a pleasant chat and the villager did not believe that my woman was older than thirty years. But the little maid told her she wasn't.
Ascension and Asunto
Assunto (Spanish for "subject", in the meaning of "subject") come from Latin for the same thing, assumptus from which we get the almost identic English, supposed. It is interesting to note that the original hypothesis had a completely sacred connection, which we often tend to ignore or which I sometimes vehemently recall today: one is taken up into heaven.
A presumption in the contemporary meaning is actually only a faith! There is ad- ("up, to") and somersault ("to take") the actual take ptus itself - so if you accept it, you really "absorb" it! asunto' a-s-t clearly represents the a-ss-(m)-t of the acceptance.