If the question is "How do you say the word 'fishers' in Spanish? then you say, "pescadores - los pescadores." If the question is "How do you say 'the world fishers' in Spanish? then you say, "los pescadores mundiales."
Address your question in Spanish is: Responde a la pregunta.
Tengo una pregunta (I have a question)
this is a stupid question
Preguntar (To ask a question) Interrogar (To interrogate)
Since spanish doesn't have "do", you would just say you have a question but make it sound like a question. So "Do you have a question?" would be "¿Tienes una pregunta?"
If the question is referring to a translation from English to Spanish, then the answer is "marrón".
The question "what is this about?" translates into Spanish "a que se refiere."
To ask the English question 'Did you miss me?' in Spanish takes fewer words. In Spanish 'Me extrañaste?' is all you would say.
well to ask the question in spanish you say "donde estas?" To reply you say " estoy en (place)".
You need to know that question!
Question is not clear enough to answer.
this question is confusing, first, Mexican isn't a language, you probably meant spanish, second what are you trying to say in spanish?
that eas my question too luisa
Esto es una pregunta.
Contestar means to answer (a question).
Why the heck would I know how to answer the question if I searched the question to found out the answer :)
can I ask a question: ¿Puedo hacer una pregunta
Well lets start by correction your question, i think what you mean is "How do you say address in spanish? Direccion is address in spanish.
"What is your name?" is not the Spanish way of asking for that information. In Spanish, the common form of this question is "How do you call yourself?" or "How are you called?" You say it, "¿Cómo se llama?"
This question is stupidly worded. I assume you meant to ask how to say "wonder" in Spanish, wonder in spanish is maravilla.