Las chicas tu clase de espanol?
girls in your spanish class
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"La clase de ________" means "________ Class" examples: La clase de geografÃa - Geography Class La clase de matemÃ¡ticas - Math Class
"How is your [female] Spanish teacher?" Estupenda!!! She's great! Vea su enlace abajo. Take a look at her link, below.
It means "how is your spanish teacher" but its looking for description (tall, thin, brown haired, etc) and not feelings
ha im barely 14 and im answering this...... it means "who teaches ur spanish class" but in Spanish... OK. ur welcome especially kalimoto.^^
In English this means, "Where do you go after class?" The answer to this question depends on where you go after class. Well, if you have a book or something you should figure it out for your self. But I think you would answer "Voy a ....." I think. Or you could say, " Despues de las clases, v…oy a ....... " Just try and figure it out. (MORE)
Translation: How are your classes? Possible reply: Mis clases estan muy bien = My classes are very good.
"Y el nÃºmero de telÃ©fono de tu compaÃ±ero de clase?" means "And the number of your classmate?" It is pronounced "ee el NOO-mare-oh day tel-LAY-fo-no day too coam-pan-YARE-oh day CLA-say?" Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Translation: "How is the spanish class?" Answer: Mi clase de espanol es muy divertido, gracias.
no. It's tengo la clase de matematicas. Las is plural, but clase is singular. there needs to be agreement. if you have more than one class, you would say yo tengo las clases... or if you have more than one math class, "yo tengo (number) clases de matematicas."
Pues eso depende en la clase. Estas tomando clase en una ciudad grande o en un pueblito? En una ciudad, claro que van a tener mas alumnos que en el pueblo. Well, that depends on the class. Are you taking the class in a big city or in a small town? In the city, surely there will be more students tha…n in the town. (MORE)
Si, me gusta la clase de tecnologia if you like it, or No, no me gusta la clase de tecnologia if you don't like it. Notice, the use of the double "no" in the negative sentence. This is because in proper Spanish writing (though not always in speaking), double negatives are supposed to be u…sed. Where in English we would never say "No, I don't like computer class" in Spanish, it is perfectly normal and grammatically correct to say "No, no me gusta...." (MORE)
The question means "What is your Spanish teacher's name?" Since profesora means a female teacher, to answer in Spanish, you reply "Se llama Sra/Srta ...."
Actually the Spanish term "en la clase de historia," means "in the class of history."
"No you gusto clase de espanol" does not mean anything meaningful in Spanish. You may mean, "No me gusta clase de espaÃ±ol," which translates to "I don't like Spanish class."
Traigo un cuaderno y unas lÃ¡pices. Nada mÃ¡s. What do you bring to the spanish class? I bring a notebook and a few pencils. Nothing more.
If it is "QuÃ© habla espaÃ±ol en la clase?" The translation would be: "What speaks spanish in the class?" But if it is QuiÃ©n habla espaÃ±ol en la clase?" The translation would be: Who speaks Spanish in the class?"
You have your book for the Spanish class. Depending on context, this ca also be a question, "Do you have..."
Translation: What time is the biology class? A possible answer: La clase es a las ocho y quince - The class is at 8.15
almorzar is the verb meaning "to eat lunch" unfortunately sala is loosely used. Its actual meaning is "room" normally referring to a classroom or a living room. So answering your question, "eat lunch in the (class)room.
Literally, "How are the students in the class of Spanish?" Simple right? Wrong. It's not asking after their general health and well being. It's asking, "What kind of students are they?" It is a question regarding the character and nature of the students in "the Spanish class." Are they studious? Are… they lazy? Are they polite? Are they rude? For such an unassuming question it asks a lot. Once asked, expect a reply that includes a short character sketch/evaluation of the class. (MORE)
it means "I like _______ class." so, if it says: "Me gusta la clase de arte." it means: I like art class.
The question is asking: Where is the girl with the backpack from? The answer is: La chica con la mochila es de (insert where she isfrom). You must have said: " Â¿De dÃ³nde es la chica que lleva lamochila? " To simply answer: "Es de..." The problem with "Â¿De dÃ³nde es la chica con la mochi…la...?" Can beconfusing in Spanish because this question needs a complement likethe colour of the backpack. In this case, the preposition "con"must be changed by "de": Â¿De dÃ³nde es la chica de lamochila roja? (MORE)
SÃ, estudio mucho en la clase de espaÃ±ol. Although, I find this ironic that you have to ask how to answer a question about how much you study in spanish.
The question is asking: How many students are there in the spanish class? So lets say there are 15 students in the class, you would reply with: There are 15 students in the spanish class. "Hay quince estudiantes en la clase de espaÃ±ol." You can replace quince with any number.
Â¿CÃ³mo es tu clase de espaÃ±ol? (What is your Spanish class like?) Example response: La clase de espaÃ±ol es muy divertida. He aprendido mucho del idioma y de la cultura hispana. (Spanish class is very fun. I have learned a lot about the language and hispanic culture.)
The question is, "From where is the [male or female] Spanish professor ?" For a male professor you say, "Ãl es de _______________. " For a female professor you say, "Ella es de _____________." Fill in the blank with the place of origin.
Chapter 2 In the commissary, a fat cop with a mustache makes the first questions to Enrique and Laura: Where did they found the dead girl? At what time? Do you know her? Were you friends? ... Then, they go to the office of Commissioner Carlos Fargas. Laura is very wrong. Remember the pale face o…f Maribel, her large eyes lifeless, so open ... and all of the marks on his neck: strange, brown, darker on the left. "Maribel is murdered!" is repeated again and again by Laura, Enric sitting on a bench in the corridor of the commissioner. Soon more people start coming in, friends of Maribel. They also have to answer some questions. They also expect news. A well-dressed young man entered the office of commissioner. Laura thinks she knows him. But doesn't remember where she's seen him before. One woman said that Fargas is the nephew of the commissioner. Explains that he's a neighbor of Maribel, and he knew her from childhood. (MORE)
Chapter 3 When Enrico and Laura leave the police station it's already day. The streets are already quiet. They sit at a table in a bar that opened recently. "What a night," says Enrico. "It was horrible. Why was she murdered?" "I do not know ..." "Why do these things happen?" Enric tak…e the girl's hand. At that time the door of the bar opens and two men enter. It's the commissioner, followed by his nephew. They sit at the bar and start chatting. Fargas seems to be very tired and cranky. "Julio has to go. Say hi to your mother," you hear him say a few minutes. Fly home and think no more of this, okay? Commissioner leaves the bar. Then Julio comes over to Laura and Enrico. "Pardon me, "he says, "I have seen inside the commissary. You are also good friends with Maribel? "Yes. Laura knew her, "answers Enric. "Well you know what? The police already have the killer, "says the young man, smiling slightly strange. "And who is it?" asks Enric. "A friend of hers; His name is JosÃ©". "Who's JosÃ©?" Laura looks to Julio with a straight face. "JosÃ© Puertas, I think. A strange young man who drinks a lot and is taking drugs. Maribel was in love ..." Julio nods nervously. Enric and Laura listen in silence. Let's him continue. "... but Maribel was not wanted. No, I wanted him! "Look," says Laura finally, "JosÃ© hasn't done anything". "Why not?" Julio asked surprised. "I've known him for a long time; I know him. He cannot kill anyone". "Bah!" says Julio, who suddenly has a bad temper. Others know him and do not think so. Police found him in a bar near the scene of the murder. He was very nervous. And he was drinking, of course, as always. "And what? That does not mean anything". "Besides, Maribel knew the murderer. My uncle told me, the commissioner. Killed her with his hands behind ... She did not, did not want..." Julio goes back to the bar, angrily. He drinks his coffee and leaves the cup on the plate. "He is a child of my dad's," thinks Laura. I don't like speaking to Julio. Nor does the things he says. She is confident that JosÃ© did not kill Maribel. "Hey, Julio!" he shouts from his desk. "You're wrong. JosÃ© did not do it". Julio looks and walks away again. "The police think so," he says. "Jose did not kill her". "Then who did?" Julio moves nervously. "I do not know". "You do not know, "Julie asked in a bad mood. "Not yet, as I told you. But I'll find a way to know, "replied the girl. "Oh, yeah?" "Yes". There is a moment of silence in the bar. Enric hears the noises of the cars on the street. Looks around. Seen to have reached some customers. After looking at how Laura is very pretty but looks tired. "Well ..." Julio says softly now. "If you really have an idea, call me. I also want to know who killed Maribel. She was my friend, you know ... Now, here is my address and phone number". "Okay, thanks, "Laura says." Wait, let me something to write with. I will give you my phone number too". "Now I go to sleep," says Julio after putting the paper with the number of Laura in his pocket. Laura and Enric stay in the bar a little more. "That guy is rare," says Enrico. Laura doesn't answer. She is serious. "Enric, you know that JosÃ© did not kill Maribel," Laura says finally. "But Laura, police say ..." "No Enric. There is nothing that is unclear". "What is not clear?" "Not now, I can tell. First I have to do something to know ... But do not worry. I am very happy to have met you. I've helped a lot". "Laura ... Be careful. This can be dangerous". "I hope not. Adios, Enric". "Hey, if you want, I'll stay. I will not leave you alone now..." "You're so good!" Laura gives him a kiss. "Okay, Enric, come with me. And then we'll call Julio. We may be required to. Stands up to pay, Julio's cup is still in the bar. Laura looks at a brown mark that goes inside the cup as a trail to the right of the handle. Hears the noise of plates and glasses. Also, the voices and cars on the street. The city has begun to awaken. (MORE)
Chapter 4 Julio's house far away. But you walk a little before taking a taxi to the Bonanova Paseao. And you want to think. He seems to have seen Laura before. Now it begins to remember. It was long ago. He was a child ... Yes, Julio is a child. It was in a small dark room. You cannot leav…e because his mother, as always, had old and broken furniture. Julio was afraid. Above the table is a knife. A rat moves there, behind the cupboard. Suddenly...( knows that laughter). Laughing girl on the street. He approached the window to watch ... He hears a voice. Someone calls the girl. Hear the same cry several times and then another name, but can not remember. Maribel! ... Maribel! ... Yes, but now there is a different name now: Laura! ... The laughter ends. Julio sees the two girls on the street. He wants to leave the horrible room. Wants to walk with them. "No. Mama gets very angry if she sees me playing with girls, thinking aloud". (MORE)
Chapter 5 At ten in the morning there are few people in the Plaza Real. Only a few people who are talking quietly, sitting on the benches. On the terrace of a bar, Enric making his second coffee of the day. At the time Laura comes over and sits beside him. Listen Read phonetically Dictionary… - View detailed dictionary "You could talk to Julio?" asks Enric. "Ya. He told me leave now". Enric is looking at the square. He likes this place. When he looks at Laura again, the girl is crying silently. "Poor Maria ...! "How long have you known her? "Since we were girls. She lived in a better neighborhood in Tres Torres. Her parents gave her everything she wanted. But she was not happy. At sixteen years, found a job. A little later she left home. Her family is very angry. In addition, Maribel moved in the old town with some friends. There she met and fell in love JosÃ©. Then her parents did not want to see her anymore. They did not like JosÃ©. They said he took drugs ... I'm sure that's not true. "And JosÃ©, how? "asks Enrique. "Not a bad person, believe me. Before he painted. I've been painting many times. He does very well. But a few months ago he began drinking a lot. I do not know what can happen. Money, perhaps, to sell pictures these days is not easy...." Laura looks up. Julio sees what Enric and Laura are doing. He goes to change into black pants and a red shirt. "What a dirty place!" he says as he sits. "What do we do?"asks Enric. "We can go ..."Laura begins to tell him. "We're going to a bar near here: El Dorado. You know it? Julio says while Laura finished. The police arrested JosÃ© ..." "What? The police cannot detain JosÃ©'s case. The murder was last night! They do not know anything yet". "Well, well! I mean, the police came to get there to take him to the police station to ask questions". "Okay, okay," said Laura, in a bad mood. "Why not go to that bar? It may be interesting ... "said Enric shyly. (MORE)
It means 'How many days a week do you have Spanish class?' You would answer with a number from: uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete. (1/2/3/4/5/6/7)
Literally "la hora de mi clase" is "the hour of my class", but it sounds more natual translated as "My classtime."
Which you always have to do in the Spanish class OR What do you always have to do in the Spanish class (if with a question-mark)
The Spanish means: 'What do you do during Spanish class?' The answer would depend on what 'you' do during the Spanish class! It could be almost anything.
"Quien esta cerca de la puerta en la clase" translates to "Who is near the door in the classroom".
It means, "They/You all (It's not possible to distinguish which, given the verb.) are the students in the Spanish class." As a question it means, "You're (plural)/They're the students in the Spanish class?"
Mendajes is not a spanish word, though 'mendaz' = 'mendacious, untruthful' But the rest of it means "Another girl of whom your" I suspect it might mean: 'Another of your mendacious/lying girls' or 'Another girl you lie about'
Tarea de la clase most likely means "Class assignment" It could also mean "homework" depending on the usage. Literally it means "task of the class"
Â¿A QUÃ HORA USAS LA COMPUTADORA PARA LA CLASE DE ESPAÃOL? ( Correct spelling ) = At what time do you use the computer for the Spanish class? Pues a esa hora, a la que le toque usarla.
The question means 'At what time is the Spanish class?' You could simply reply: 'At 1/2/3/4/5 etc. o'clock':- 'A la una (en punto)' - 'At one (o'clock)' 'A las dos/tres/cuatro/cinco (en punto)' - 'At 2/3/4/5 etc. (o'clock)'. You could add: 'Es....' (It's....) before any of the above
The question means: How many teachers are there in the Spanish class? The answer would be: Hay uno (1)/dos (2)/tres (3)/cuatro (4)/cinco (5) (according to the number of teachers) profesores.
Translation: What is there in Spanish Class? One should answer: There isâ¦ (Hay) or There wasâ¦ (Huboâ¦)
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Well, of course the answer depends on who the teacher is and whereshe is from. But a possible answer would be: La maestra deespaÃ±ol es la SeÃ±ora LÃ³pez. Es de Guadalajara.