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Does Stella Banderas speak spanish?
Yes. I live in Málaga and la Gaviota, her father's house there is near mine, and eventhough I speak english, she always insists on speaking in castillian when she is here. Her grandma Ana does not speak english, so it's important to her to communicate with her grandma.
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Spain is the official language in Spain, Mexico, and in almost all of the countries of Central and South America (exceptions are Brazil, Guyana, French Guyana and Suriname). … It is also widely spoken in the southern and southwestern US, in Puerto Rico, and on some islands in the Caribbean.
¿Habla usted español?
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"No hablo español" is the easiest way to say "I do not speak Spanish". but remember the h in spanish is silent so you basically are just saying "ablo" and the "ñ" makes a ng…yuh sound, its hard to explain its sound but that's the best i could do :) hope this helps.
¿Sabes hablar español? or ¿Hablas español? EDIT: If speaking to someone who you do not know, or someone of authority, you should use the usted form rather than the tu fo…rm - therefore it would be ¿Sabe hablar español? / ¿Habla español? It is more polite.
(Yo) hablo español.
¿Habla usted / hablan / hablas / habláis español / castellano?
¡Si! (Yo) hablo español. (the ñ ya a sound of nya). The 'yo' meaning 'I' is usually omitted. Not a good thing to say, though, if, as the question suggests, you DON'T sp…eak Spanish; otherwise you may get a stream of incomprehensible sounds in reply!
There are several ways to ask if one speaks Spanish. If you are asking a friend or someone younger, you would say "Â¿Hablas espaÃ±ol?" If you are asking an elder, family m…ember, teacher, etc. (someone of superiority), you would say "Â¿Habla espaÃ±ol?" If you are asking multiple people of which they are all friends or younger, you would say "Â¿HablÃ¡is espaÃ±ol?" Finally, if you were asking multiple people in which at least one is of superiority, you would say "Â¿Hablan espaÃ±ol?". But the latter can be formal and familiar plural in Spanish America, but only formal in Spain, since the personal pronoun "vosotros, as" is not currently used in The New World.
Antonio Banderas' native tongue is Spanish, but he speaks English as a secondary language.
¿por qué estás hablando español?
Hablamos español (That's it) You do not need to use "nosotros", for the verb "hablamos" refers to "nosotros". Then it is repetitive if you say "nosotros hablamos"
"Do you speak Spanish" would come in two forms, depending on to whom you are speaking. For a formal tone, one would use "¿Habla usted español?". Informally, it would be "¿H…ablas español?"
'Castellano' (Castilian Spanish) like its equivalent, Standard English, i.e. the most widely-accepted and officially-used version of Spanish spoken in Spain. But just as Wel…sh, Scots Gaelic, and various dialects are spoken in the UK, so in Spain there are languages (Catalan and Basque in particular, spoken in Catalonia and the Basque country, respectively; and considerably more since the death of Franco, during whose dictatorship they were banned) and dialects (e.g. Gallego, spoken in Franco's own home-region, Galicia; and Andalucian, spoken in Andalucia in the SWof Spain) which are widely used in non-official circles. In addition, since the late 1970s, Catalan and Basque have become the official languages of the two regions mentioned.
To speak Spanish, there are several ways to learn. Buy Spanish textbooks, dictionaries, Spanish-learning tapes, DVDs, or take Spanish classes. if you are asking of how to lear…n speaking spanish, you have to study. if the question is translating *How do you speak* its: "¿Cómo hablas?" or *how do you speak spanish*: "¿Cómo hablas Español?"