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What does De dónde eres mean?
Where are you from?
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¿Que tipo de persona eres? means: What kind of person are you?
Hello, sweetheart, where are you from?
It means "What state are you from?" Literally: "From what state are you?"
'y de donde eres' = and where are you from*/and where you are from** *with an accent on the 'o' ** without an accent 'bb' could be someone's initials; or an abbreviation f…or 'bebe' = 'babe/baby'
In English, it means "you are the queen of my life".
bello nombre means beautiful or handsome name. De dónde eres means where are you from?
it means are you from here ? (Also used as a statement)
it means "and where are you from?"
Means in Spanish "you are the woman of my life."
"De donde eres?" is Spanish for "Where you are from?" To answer, you would say "Soy de [your country]."
It means : Are you from Cuba?
You are in the picture.
It means, "Whose friend are you?"
Literally, "from whence are you?" But it is used like "where are you from?" Where are you from (in broken writing, by the way).
Humm so you want to know what it means in english? because it means what nationalaty are you? which ofcourse just means what country you where born; but if you want to know wh…at it means in spanish, solo significa en que pais naciste.
Eres is a conjugation of the verb ser which is the verb to be. Eres is the conjuationj used when speaking towards a secondry person or group. De means of/from. It is used to …state belonging, as in: "El lápiz de David" = "The pencil of David" or "La persona de Puerto Rico" = "The person from Puerto Rico". Also de is used to indicate what something is made of, as in: "La moneda de chocolate" = "The coin of chocolate" or "The chocolate coin" Therefore, "Eres de" means "You are of/from..." such as "Eres de los Estados Unidos." = "You are from the United States"As in you come from there or you are originally from (born) there, the second is more common. When used as a question the syntax in Spanish remains the same. Also, it can be used in a more casual/slang way (varies from country to country even city to city) like: "Eres de mantequilla" which literally would be "You're made of butter" but here it is used to say that you are too soft.