it means "Who is that?". The first word is "QuiÃ©n", not "Kien" and it means "who".. The second word is "es" which comes from the word "ser" which means "to be". "Es" mean…s "he/she/it is". ese means "that"
true - as in si es cierto - it is true certain - as in cierto dia voy - I will go on a certain day
true or false
es wird = it will
Es is the he/she conjugation of the verb ser. Ser describes who you are, so es roughly translates to is.
"Â¿CuÃ¡nto es?" would be "How much is it?"
She is beautiful. -or- You (formal) are beautiful.
"Esta bien" is Spanish for "it's okay."
It means "That is not true."
This is gibberish. Cierto means certain or sure. Olvidado means forgotten or you have forgotten depending on the context . You and avid are not Spanish words.
It means: I certify to be true that in the book...