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Que dia es hoy?
The phrase most often used is "que fecha es?" which, in spanish TODAY is implied, is: what's the date?. Of course, in english, it is redundant because I've never heard "What's… today?: used. It's always: what's today's date?. Clear as mud?. What is the date
Que dia es hoy means: What day is today?
it means: what day is tommorow? ;)
It means: What day is tomorrow? You can answer this question with: "Mañana es (day of the week)." The days of the week are: Monday - Lun…es Tuesday - Martes Wednesday - Miércoles Thursday - Jueves Friday - Viernes Saturday - Sábado Sunday - Domingo
They are asking you "What day is it today?" You should answer with the current day. The format is: "Hoy es ____ de ________." Example: "Hoy es tres de septiembre." (Today is …September 3.)
if que has an accent on the "e" it means: what is today? if there is no accent it means: that is today
What day is today? You answer with the day of the week. Hoy es [day of the week]. Here are the days of the week in Spanish: Sunday - domingo Monday - lunes Tuesday - …martes Wednesday - miércoles Thursday - jueves Friday - viernes Saturday - sábado Note: In Spanish, day and month names are not capitalized.
Que dia es mañana means what day is tomorrow? You would answer it by: mañana es... And then whatever day is today. Sunday- Domingo Monday- lunes Tuesday- martes We…ndsday- miercoles Thursday- jueves Friday- viernes Saturday- sabado
If someone asked you ¿Que fecha es hoy?, it would mean "What date is it today?". The way you would respond to that would be "Es el ____ de _______". You must fill in the firs…t blank with whatever day it is today, and you must fill in the second blank with whatever month it is.. So suppose it was the 2nd of February. If you were going to respond you would say, "Es el dos de febrero.", which would translate to "Today is the 2nd of February." You must always be careful when saying the 1st of ANY month because whenever you say the 1st of a month, you don't say uno, you say primero! Also if you are going to talk about the 31st of a month you would say "Treinta y uno" Which means "Thirty and one", but it really means "Thirty-one". If you need help with numbers then use Google, but here's a hint right here: From 1-100, the only numbers that have accents are 16,22,23,26. In order from left to right: Dieciséis,Veintidós,Veintitrés,Veintiséis.
You could say "Tomorrow is ... (day of the week)" which would be "Mañana es (day of the week)." The days of the week are: Monday - Lunes Tuesday - Martes Wednesday - …Miércoles Thursday - Jueves Friday - Viernes Saturday - Sábado Sunday - Domingo
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Que dia es hoy literally means, what day is today? :)
It means "What are you doing today?" It should be stated as a question, "¿Qué haces hoy día?".
The first phrase is "What day is today", the second is "what date is today".
As written, it would be "Like this? What day is today? What time is it?" Even that is an approximation. The problem is the missing accent marks, as well as a missing "usted". … "¿Cómo está usted? ¿Qué día es hoy? ¿Qué hora es?" means "How are you? What day is today? What time is it?"
The question being asked is "What is the day after tomorrow?" The proper answer depends on what day it is today!