- How do you respond to Hasta luego?
- What does WYD mean in Spanish?
- What does hey mean in English?
- How are you in Spanish today?
- How are you doing answer in Spanish?
- How do you say money in Spanish slang?
- How do you become polite in Spanish?
- What is Spanish for Bon Appetit?
- What does hasta el fuego means?
- Does Lana mean money in Spanish?
- What is the reply for Hola?
- How do you say hey what are you doing in Spanish?
- Why do Spanish say Tio?
- How do you respond to Mucho Gusto?
- How do you answer Que Pasa?
- Who are you in Spanish slang?
- How do you say goodnight in a cute way in Spanish?
- How do you say app in Spanish?
- What is Hello What are you doing in Spanish?
How do you respond to Hasta luego?
Hasta luego means see you soon in Spanish so you can respond by saying “hasta luego” back or “igualmente adios” orrrr simply say “adios”..
What does WYD mean in Spanish?
what are you doingIs there an equivalent for “wyd” (what are you doing?) in Spanish text slang?
What does hey mean in English?
Hey is defined as an expression of greeting similar to “hello,” or is a way to attract attention or express annoyance. When you meet someone and want to greet him, this is an example of a time when you might say “hey.”
How are you in Spanish today?
If you want to say “how are you today” in Spanish, you would simply say, “¿Cómo está hoy?” It’s the formal version of the greeting. The informal/familiar version is “¿Cómo estás hoy?”.
How are you doing answer in Spanish?
Let’s begin!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.More items…
How do you say money in Spanish slang?
If you want to say the word for “money” in Spanish, you would generally say “dinero” or “el dinero.” However, a fairly common slang term for money is “plata.” And you can easily find a few dozen other terms across the Spanish-speaking world.
How do you become polite in Spanish?
To begin with, to say a person is polite in Spanish, the word used is “educado”. He is a polite man. El es un hombre educado. The expression to have good manners in Spanish is buena educación or buenos modales.
What is Spanish for Bon Appetit?
bon appétit interj. French (enjoy your meal) buen provecho loc interj. (ES)
What does hasta el fuego means?
His “hasta el fuego” means his lifestyle which goes from one gunfire to another.
Does Lana mean money in Spanish?
money. Spanish slang. I got to get lana. See more words with the same meaning: money.
What is the reply for Hola?
1 Answer. Other responses to “hola” you might use: Buenos días/tardes/noches. Buenas.
How do you say hey what are you doing in Spanish?
¿Qué estás haciendo? or ¿Qué haces?
Why do Spanish say Tio?
Tío/Tía. What does it mean and how is it used? While these literally mean “uncle,” and “aunt,” they’re also used informally to generally refer to another person.
How do you respond to Mucho Gusto?
Instead of saying “adios” to someone who you just met, you can simply say “mucho gusto!” And if you are wondering how to respond to “mucho gusto”, the best answer is “igualmente” o “mucho gusto también”.
How do you answer Que Pasa?
When I first read this, I thought you said, ¿Que pasa? This basically means “How are you?” It literally means, “What happens?” or in English we might say, “What’s happening?” It can be responded to with, “Nada. Estoy bien.
Who are you in Spanish slang?
“You” in SpanishPronounNumber and Formalityvossingular and formal or informalustedsingular and formalvosotrosplural and informalustedesplural and formal or informal1 more row
How do you say goodnight in a cute way in Spanish?
“Goodnight, Sweet Dreams” in Spanish To wish someone a good night and sweet dreams, you say buenas noches y dulces sueños.
How do you say app in Spanish?
app n. app nf. Exemplos: la mesa, una tabla. aplicación nf.
What is Hello What are you doing in Spanish?
Hola, ¿cómo está? A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted). Hi, how are you doing, sir? Hola, ¿cómo está, señor?