Como se llama usted?
What is your name? It is used as a formal question.
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Â¿CÃ³mo se llama (usted)? ------ What's your name? Â¿CÃ³mo se llama (Ã©l / ella)? -------- What's his / her name? AsÃ es como se llama en la pelÃcula ---- That's his name in the film. * " cÃ³mo " and " como " don't mean the same. Be careful when using the accute accent …in Spanish. ( Full Answer )
Answer . What do you call a friend?. Or. What is the name of a friend?. Answer 2 . What is the name of your friend ' in this case a female friend because the word for 'friend' ends in an 'a' amiga; a male would be 'amigo' because it ends in an 'o.'
You answer with your name.\nIf some said to me\n"Â¿Como se llama?"\nI would answer\n"Me llamo Bridget"
\n. \n. \n. \nÂ¿por quÃ© quieres saber mi nombre? i but if you insist Kevin !
What is his/her name? = cÃ³mo se llama (Ã©l o ella)? what is your name?= cÃ³mo se llama? (dirigiÃ©ndose a un tÃº) what is the name of...? = cÃ³mo se llama...(como se llama "algo")
Translated from Spanish to English, the question Â¿CÃ³mo se llama usted? means " What is your name? " It would literally translate to "What are you called?", since llama has a slight different meaning than nombre .(name) This is the form ( usted ) you would use when you areformally talking to …someone. (someone older than you, an importantperson, etc.) ( Full Answer )
"Como usted" means "like you" in a formal context. For example, "Teacher, you are so wonderful. I want to be just likeyou." would be "Profesor, Ud. es tan maravilloso. Quiero ser comousted." If you meant to write "Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡ Ud.?" it would mean "How areyou?" in a formal context.
CÃ³mo te llamas is asking what is your name. CÃ³mo se llama is asking what is his/her name.
The syntax here is incorrect. Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡s? is the informal form for "How are you?". Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡ usted? is the formal form for the same question. You cannot mix the two forms.
Como estas usted is asking "How are you?" in a formal manner. Youcould reply with: . Yo estoy mal (I am feeling bad) . Yo estoy asi asi (I am so so) . Muy bien (Very good) There are many ways to reply. You just need to say "Yo estoy" (Iam) and then a word describing your attitude or feeling.
Are you asking for a translation of those words? If so, please say that in your question. Otherwise I have no idea why this question is here.. What it says is this: 1. What is your name? 2. Fine, thank you. 3. Good night (or good evening) Mr. Gomez.
Â¿CÃ³mo se llama el niÃ±a? is grammatically incorrect. Â¿CÃ³mo se llama el niÃ±o? means "what is the boy's name?" Â¿CÃ³mo se llama la niÃ±a? means "what is the girl's name?" Literally it translates as "How is the boy/girl called"
"Â¿CÃ³mo se llama tu amiga?" means "What's your friend's name?" Just answer her name. Notice amiga is a female friend.
Translation:What is your mom's name? My mom's name is... El nombre de mi mama es...
They mean the exact same thing, though one is formal (Â¿CÃ³mo sellama?), and the other is a more familiar form (Â¿CÃ³mo te llamas?).You would use the first with strangers, people of authority, etc.,while in this case the familar form would not get used much. It isused with friends, family, a…nd other closely known people, and youwill know their names anyway, so there is no need to ask thisquestion of them. As a beginning Spanish speaker, it will be mucheasier to simply remember "Â¿CÃ³mo se llama?" as the correct form ofhow to ask for someone's name (in 99.9% of cases). She/He's name is(como se llama) and What's your name(como tellamas), como se llama(reference to another name people) and comote llama(specific person name) ( Full Answer )
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Se llama "Mitra". Si deseas obtener mayor informacion sobre la vestimenta Papal, te sugiero visitar la siguiente pagina: http://www.aciprensa.com/liturgia/vest-papa.htm. Suerte!,. Patricia. Maryland, USA.
No tiene gobernador, sino alcalde. Se llama Karl Dean (August 2012) y su tÃtulo en inglÃ©s es "mayor."
Literally translates as 'Since it is called the song of bachata of the victorinos'. Repuesta 2: . Devuelveme el Corazon
This question is asking who is the president of Ecuador. The answerin Spanish is ' El Presidente de Ecuador se llama Rafael Correa'.This translates into English as 'Ecuador's president is RafaelCorrea'.
"Â¿CÃ³mo se llama ella?" is Spanish for "What is her name?" It is pronounced "KO-mo say-YA-ma AY-ya?" Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
It means 'what is your mother called' so you should answer 'se llama (her name)
It means what is the name of your country or what do you call your country
it translates to 'what is that girls name' so... i would tell them the girls name, or not depending on how creepy they are. to respond you would say something like 'la chica se llama [NAME]'
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 ...."
Do you mean "Como te llama usted?" In that case, they are asking for your name, it literally translates to: "What are you called?" - but in English means "What is your name?"
se llama jose, es una persona muy comun y corriente pero tenemosmuchos aÃ±os de amistad y compartimos muchos gustos, nos conocimosen 2do aÃ±o de liceo, y siempre soÃ±amos con tener una banda de rocko ser comentaristas de futbol, a dia de hoy formamos una banda ymuy pronto sacaremos un disco
"How do you say 'call the mom'." If you want to say "call your mom" , it would be "Llama a tu momÃ¡". The extra "a" has no counterpart in English and is called theÂ¨personal aÂ¨.
quiero saber como se llama una persona cuando saca las muestras de sangre para el laboratorio
Mas bien es artista, but in English I would say "artist". Could also literally be a frame painter.
Brasilia, that's the latin word for Brasil. ( Pro Brasilia fiant eximia)... For Brasil we do the best.
You have to change the sentence a little, Como se llama usted? is a formal question to some one you don't know. The word Tu is the 'informal' word for the pronoun you. You would use it when speaking to a friend or someone younger than you. ( And also when praying to God). The sentence would become C…omo Te llamas Tu? ( Full Answer )
It means "What is the name of the Spanish book". A literal translation would be "How is the book of Spanish called?"
They are just asking the name of Juan's friend. So you should reply "El amigo de Juan se llama ____"
If someone tell you como esta they are telling you how are you The best answer for como esta is Muy bien gracias which's means is very good thank you, also you can say Bien y tu ? which's means is am good and you ...
Just tell your father (papÃ¡) or mother (mamÃ¡) 's name. The question is "what is your father or your mother's name?"
It literally means "what does your professor of mathematics call himself?" Normally, this would be translated as "What is the name of your professor of mathematics?"
As a declarative phrase, it means, "...like/as the celebration is called." As an interrogative sentence, it means, "What's the celebration called?" As an interrogative sentence it is more regularly interpreted as, "What is the name of the celebration?"
Literally, it means "How is the son called?" But it's more commonly translated, "What is the son's name?"
You answer by reading out loud the title of your Spanish book with the best Spanish accent you can produce.
Which one: Como se llama el tÃo de JosÃ© = As Jose's uncle is called Â¿CÃ³mo se llama el tÃo de JosÃ©? = What is the name of Jose's uncle?
Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡ usted? [ 'ko.m oÌ¯es.'ta uÌ¯s.'te Ã° ] --- How are you? (emphatic and too respectful)
Â¿Como estÃ¡ Usted (Ud.)? means "how are you?" The Usted form is used when talking in a formal setting.
That is Spanish, therefore it mean como se llama ella i hope this helps ME GUSTA -_-
SÃ, asÃ es, como se llama mi mamÃ¡ (En consideraciÃ³n de lo que se dice en la pregunta hecha) Mi mama se llama....(My mother's name is....)
It means: What's the name of your favourite person? So your reply would be: Mi persona favorita se llama.....= My favourite person is called....
With the proper punctuation added, it is a question, Â¿CÃ³mo se llama el niÃ±o? It means "What is the baby's name?"
Eso estÃ¡ mal escrito y ademÃ¡s es confuso (This is badly written and also confusing) Como se llama tu (quÃ©) = 'As your (?) is called' Â¿CÃ³mo se llama tu (quÃ©)? = 'What is your (?) called?' Could 'parpue' (?) be a mistake for 'parque' (= 'park')?
'Como se llama tu....' (with accent on first 'o' and followed by question-mark) = 'What is the name of your....?/What is your ....called?' (Without the accent and question mark, it means: 'As your....is named/called' 'parpue' looks as if it may be a misprint for 'parque' = 'park'
"What is the name of the boy from Spain?" "Chico" can be "small"but since there is no word for "small" do describe, it means "boy."