Where are you from in Spanish response?
De donde eres? Pronounced: day-dohn-day-air-es. This phrase means “where are you from?” The correct response when somebody asks you “de donde eres” is “yo soy de [insert your answer].” Pronounced: yo-soy-day [insert your answer].
How do you describe where you are from in Spanish?
When someone asks in Spanish ¿De dónde eres? (Where are you from?), the most common replies are: Soy de … means ‘I am from …’ This is the most common way to say where you are from in Spanish.
How do you respond to what is your nationality in Spanish?
¿De dónde eres? [slowly] ¿De dónde eres? Answering this question is very easy! You just say Soy, which means “I am”, then your nationality or country.
Where are you from in Spanish formal way?
¿De dónde es Ud? = Where are you from? Formal form to use with strangers, people older than yourself and people in authority. ¿De dónde eres?
How do you answer que hay de nuevo?
You can think of it as a shortening of ¿Qué hay de nuevo? (What’s new?). Again, no conjugations to worry about here. A good, appropriately casual response to this greeting would be something like Todo bien (all good) or No me quejo (can’t complain).
How do you respond to Como se llama?
Cómo te llamas is answered with Yo me llamo… or Me llamo… [given name]. The phrase has been recorded in its current form in Spanish since at least the mid-1500s.
How do you talk about location in Spanish?
In order to ask about locations Spanish, you need to use the verb estar. Try to remember this format: ¿Dónde + está/están + article + object(s)?
How do you express your nationality?
Nationality adjectives must always start with a capital letter – ‘Italian’, not ‘italian’. We can also ask, ‘What nationality is he?’ Remember, we also use nationality adjectives to describe the things that come from a country, not just the people. For example, Italian cars, Mexican food and (my favourite) German beer!
How do you tell someone’s nationality?
- Country: I live in Japan.
- Adjective: He likes Japanese food.
- Origins: She is a Japanese person. = She is from Japan. = …
- Language: She speaks Japanese.
- Describing a group: Spaniards often drink wine. = Spanish people often drink wine.
- Describing a group: The Chinese enjoy fireworks.
Where are you from in Spanish informal way?
¿De dónde eres? – Where are you from?
Where are you from in Spanish plural?
Where are you from? = ¿De dónde eres? (Informal singular you). Where are you from? = ¿De dónde son (ustedes)? (formal plural you in Spain and only plural you in Latin America).