What is De Dónde Eres?
– Saying where you’re from in Spanish – Coffee Break Spanish To Go Episode 1.03.
How do you say where are you at Spanish?
¿Dónde estás? – Where are you (informal)?
What is you in Spanish singular?
To say “you” in Spanish, say tú. Tú can only be singular; you cannot use tú to address a group of people. Also, the accent on the “u” is not optional; tu (without the accent) means “your” not “you.” (The words túand tu are pronounced the same way.)
How do you say where are you from in Spanish informal?
= Where are you from? ¿De dónde es Ud?
What is El gusto es mio?
el gusto es mío
Pleased to meet you, sir.
How do you answer Como te llamas?
Cómo te llamas is answered with Yo me llamo… or Me llamo… [given name].
What is que paso mean?
“Que paso” means “that I pass.” Here in California, it is extremely common to hear “¿Qué pasó?” as a greeting, in which case it is exactly the same as “¿Qué pasa?” Of course, it can also be used to ask “What happened?” if something really did happen. For example, someone might ask this upon hearing a loud noise.
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).
What is the meaning of eso?
|ESO||Elder Scrolls Online (gaming)|
|ESO||Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (Spain: compulsory secondary education)|
|ESO||European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere|
|ESO||Ether Saga Online (gaming)|
How do you say you plural in Spain?
Ustedes. Ustedes (often abbreviated Uds.) is used to address two or more people and can be formal or informal. Since most Latin American countries do not use vosotros, ustedes is used for all forms of plural address in this region.
What are the 4 ways to say you in Spanish?
You can say tú, usted, ustedes, vos or vosotros.
And they all mean the same thing: You!
What are two ways to say you in Spanish?
In Spanish there are two ways of saying “you”: There’s the informal form, tú and the more formal usted (often abbreviated as Ud.) Whether you use tú or usted depends on a variety of different factors, but it can be a bit intimidating for English speakers used to addressing everybody as “you”.
What does yo tengo mean anos?
‘Yo tengo’ does translate ‘I have’ in English. In Spanish, age is expressed using ‘I have’, rather than ‘I am’, as we say in English. However, in English we don’t express age using ‘I have’, and so the correct, natural translation for this phrase in English uses ‘I am’.
Is Soy de formal?
To say where you are from in Spanish, you use (Yo) soy de + [city/country/region]. … you can use either the informal tú form (eres), or the formal usted form (es).