- What is the response to Que tal?
- What you up to mean?
- Does Ola mean hello?
- What are you up to in Spanish slang?
- What is the difference between hace and hay?
- What is Que tal?
- How do you respond to Buenas tardes?
- What do Bonita mean?
- What is a significant?
- What is como se dice in English?
- What is the word haces used for?
- What is the reply of Hola?
- How do you use venir?
- When should you use ser?
- Is Que tal formal or informal?
- What does kapasa mean in Spanish?
- How do you respond to que haces?
- What does que significa mean?
- What are u doing in Spanish?
What is the response to Que tal?
Bien, bien,¿ y usted/tu.
Muy bien, gracias, is the straightforward reply and as Annie says it is polite to ask how they are.
You could also say ‘genial’ or if your feeling out of sorts ‘asi, asi’ [so, so] The last two answers are to someone who is interested in how you feel ie a friend..
What you up to mean?
It just means doing something. So the question “What are you up to?” just means “What are you doing?”
Does Ola mean hello?
“Hola” means hello. In Spanish, the “h” is always silent. “Ola” means “wave.” Not like a literal ocean wave.
What are you up to in Spanish slang?
Español. What are you up to? expr. (what are you doing now?) (informal) ¿En qué andas?
What is the difference between hace and hay?
Hace, hay or está? What’s the rule? Hace is usually used to describe the general “feel” of the weather — like it’s warm, or cold, or windy. Hay and está are generally more specific.
What is Que tal?
“Qué tal” in a greeting context is just a familiar way to say hi. It can be best translated with “what’s up” in English. “Qué tal” is not necessarily answered i.e. is not exactly asking for any information. it is just a complement to “Hola”.
How do you respond to Buenas tardes?
What if I tell you that even we Spaniards don’t always know how to answer in greetings? Example: it’s 1.58pm and you go into a shop —quickly, because they’re about to close for lunch! You are of the polite kind and say “buenas tardes”, but the shopkeeper replies: “buenos días”.
What do Bonita mean?
Bonita is a feminine given name as well as a word meaning “pretty, cute” in Spanish and Portuguese.
What is a significant?
adjective. important and deserving of attention; of consequence: Their advice played a significant role in saving my marriage. relatively large in amount or quantity: a significant decrease in revenue. having or expressing a meaning; indicative: a significant symbol of royalty.
What is como se dice in English?
“Cómo se dice” is passive – “How do you say” is active.
What is the word haces used for?
A common phrase you’ll hear in Spanish is házlo, meaning “do it”. This comes from the command form of hacer, which is simply haz. This is a very handy little word which you can use in any (informal) situation to tell someone to do something.
What is the reply of Hola?
1 Answer. Other responses to “hola” you might use: Buenos días/tardes/noches. Buenas.
How do you use venir?
The verb venir means “to come”: ¿Quieres venir a mi casa a cenar? (Do you want to come to my house to have dinner?) It’s important to distinguish between venir (to come) and its close relative, ir (to go).
When should you use ser?
When to Use SerUse Ser When Describing People or Things. Ser is used for both physical descriptions and character descriptions or personality traits. … Use Ser to Describe a Person’s Occupation. … Use Ser to Talk About Relationships. … Use Ser to Talk About Possession. … Use Ser to Talk About the Time.
Is Que tal formal or informal?
¿Qué tal? is used in both, informal and formal situations, so you can greet an elderly person with ¿qué tal?
What does kapasa mean in Spanish?
Written as “que pasa” without an accent mark over the “e”, it could mean “that is happening” or “that is passing” or “that passes”. … qué pasa?” with an accent mark over the “e” and the question mark(s), it literally means “what’s happening?”
How do you respond to que haces?
So a nice way to respond to “qué haces” could be “esperando que me hables, amorsito”.
What does que significa mean?
“Que significa” means “that means” (in this phrase que is a relative pronoun), but “¿Qué significa…?” means “What does… mean?” (in this case, qué is an interrogative pronoun).
What are u doing in Spanish?
If you’d like to ask “What are you doing?” in Spanish, you can use use “¿Qué haces?” It’s a conjugation of the verb “hacer” which literally means “to do” or “to make.” Want to be more specific?