How do you answer what you do in Spanish?
One is “¿Qué estás haciendo?” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish). The other one is “¿Qué hacés?”. It could translate as “What do you do?” in English, but it does not have the same meaning, pay attention here. When we ask “¿Qué hacés?” in Spanish, the answer is the same as we explained before.
How do you answer how do you do?
The short answer is: yes, the answer to “How do you do?” is “How do you do?” It is also acceptable to reply “I’m fine, and you?” and similar variations.
How do you answer que hora es?
It is correct, but generally people just say: Son las cinco.
What do u do in Spanish?
¿A qué te dedicas? [coll.]
How do you respond to Todo Bien?
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 estoy bien?
- Estoy bien. “I’m fine.” …
- ¿Cómo estás? “How are you?” …
- ¿ Cómo está usted? ” …
- ¿Y usted? “And you?” …
- más o menos “more or less” When you’re not doing so good but just okay as usual, you use this expression, más o menos. …
- muy bien “very good” …
- gracias “thank you” …
- Tengo sueño.
Why do we reply how do you do with how do you do?
The correct response is simply to repeat the question “How do you do?” or to say “Nice to meet you”. In less formal gatherings you would simply say “Hello” when introduced to another person. “How are you?” is a polite enquiry after the health of someone you know or have at least met before.
What is the reply of whats up?
The most common answer to what’s up is “I am fine, thank you, what about you?” The person who is asking this is enquiring about your well being at that very moment.
What’s muy bien mean?
muy bien in Spanish is “VERY WELL”.
How is the number 554 written?
How is the number “554” written? – Five hundred fifty-four.
What is your job Spanish?
So, “What’s your job” in Spanish
To review a little, the basic way to ask “what’s your job” in Spanish is with “¿En qué trabajas?” and “¿Qué haces?” It is easy to notice that some names of jobs and occupations in Spanish are written very similarly in both languages, which makes it easier to remember them.
What do you have to do in the Spanish class?
You will create board games, make videos, write poems, sing songs, act out skits, write to pen pals, meet people from other Spanish speaking countries, and make a book in Spanish along with many more lessons.
What do you do in your free time in Spanish?
The key question is: ¿Qué haces en tu tiempo libre? – What do you do in your free time?