How do you say deluxe chicken in spanish?
Translation: pollo deluxe
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To (as in going to)= a To (as in to or for someone)= para Eg: I'm going TO the store = Voy a la tienda. Eg: From me, TO you = De mi, para ti.
Â¿DÃ³nde estÃ¡s? (informal) Â¿DÃ³nde estÃ¡? (formal) Also in some regions: - Â¿En dÃ³nde estas? (if you are referring to someone you already know, it's a more casual or informal way) or - Â¿En dÃ³nde se encuentra? ( this is a more formal way of saying where are you).… ( Full Answer )
Answer . Same as they do in English or any other language, for unlike humans they have no language barrier nor accent.
The Spanish word for "Chicken" is pollo , pronounced POY-yo. It is where our English word "poultry" comes from.
The word and is pronounced like the alphabet letter " E" and is written in Spanish as "y". You and me is Tu y yo.. and= y y And is 'y' in Spanish.
I was = fui (fwee) or estuve (es-tu-be). He was = fuÃ© (fway) or estuvo (es-tu-bo). era or estaba The verb to be it can be translated into two verbs in Spanish: "Ser" or "Estar". "Ser" is when something or someone has a "permanent" quality, like: I am very good at ping pong = Soy muy… bueno en el ping pong "Estar" refers at something that is in a transitory state. For example: I was in Barcelona = Yo estuve en Barcelona It was deflated = Estaba desiflado ( Full Answer )
The literal translation for chicken wrap is "envoltura de pollo".However, they may also be called a taco de pollo, or even burritode pollo.
Tiene ...? = Do you have...?. Â¿Tiene usted Answer: Tienes...? is the informal version .
Where were you = Â¿DÃ³nde estabas? or Â¿DÃ³nde estaba Ud." which is a more formal way of saying it.
"This" is esto / este / esta (same spelling as estÃ¡ meaning "is" but with no accent mark). The corresponding word for "that" is eso/esa. esto (gender neutral) -- Esto no te incumbe (this is none of your business). esta (fem), used after a noun -- esta mesa (this table). este (masc), same… as above -- este sillÃ³n (this armchair). Ã©sta (pron. dem. fem), used after a verb or as a subject --- Ã©sta es mi casa (this is my house); Ã©sta no es la manera de hacerlo (this is not the way to do so). Sometimes it is similar to "it". Ã©ste (pron. dem. masc), same as above --- No sÃ© si Ã©ste sea mi saco (I don't know if this is my coat); el libro era interesante; en Ã©ste habÃa muchos relatos (The book was interesting. There were many stories in it) ( Full Answer )
Este (masculine) or esta (feminine). eg. Este hombre = this man. Esta Senora = this lady esta, este, or esto
the word Of in spanish is de which is also used to express from, and ownership.
tuve (I had); tuvo (he/she had); tuvieron (they had). . the spanish word for had is tenia
For a trait or permanent status, "Ella es" (Ella is pronounced Ay-Ah ). For current or transient conditions, "Ella estÃ¡" -- e.g. Ella estÃ¡ enferma (sick).
NosotrosNosotros - for a group of all males or mixed Nosotras - for a group of all females
it means "can" as "puedo" or "can" as "lata" it'll depend on what your trying to say . Can as in container - lata Can as in to be able - poder poder: to (be able to); can lata: as in "a can of peas"
Chicken in Espanol es el pollo. It is masculine even if it refers to a hen.
The translation is Los combates el pollo But you also better learn "Voy a la cÃ¡rcel" which means "I am going to jail" because raising chickens to fight anywhere in the United States and Canada is against the law.
empanada de pote del pollo that is how you say chicken pot pie in spanish
ummm una pregunta muy bien!Creo que en espana, se dicen una pizza pollo y GARLIC!! xD
"Chicken salad" in Spanish is "ensalada de pollo". It is pronounced "ehn-sa-LA-da day PO-yo". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations Salsa de pollo
well as a an 11 year old farm girl i have to its preety is look at the chicken in its eys and say ah ah
The early bird gets the worm Birds of feather flock together Killing two birds with one stone "Crow's feet" Pigeon toed A bird's eye view As the crow flies Watching like a hawk There's a bird in my throat Eagle eyes I'm a night owl Winging it Eat like a bird
Me fascina / encanta el arroz a la espaÃ±ola y el pollo a la parrilla.
Lo que usted dice es lo que dice y lo que hace es lo que hace . Do not mix tÃº and usted in acontext when addressing someone.
In Spanish, the dish is known as "rice with chicken", which is "arroz con pollo". It is pronounced "ah-ROAS cone poh-yo". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Not only is that wrong its not even close. The real answer is O L A Y
How to say How i do- CÃ³mo lo hago. How to say I do- Yo.
"to have to" is a conjugated form of "tener que." "I have to" is "Tengo que..."
Formal: Su Informal: Tu "Tu" if you're being informal (that is, if the person whose possession you are referring to is someone you're close to), or "su" if you're being formal. Tu is the Spanish word for 'your,' while TÃº (accented) is the Spanish word for 'you'. Su, sus (de usted, de us…tedes) tu, tus vuestro (a)/ vuestros (as) ( Full Answer )
"to have" as in "to posess" is tener. As a helper verb for the perfect tenses, it is haber.
to say 'where is she from?' in spanish you say 'de donde esta?' (you say it as 'day donday esta' - but dont spell or write it like that.) :P
Literally "pollo y arroz", but if you're going for the dish name it'd usually be "arroz con pollo".
Usually, this would be expressed as "de Ã©l". Example: Es la casa de Ã©l. (It is his house)
All depends. If you want to say he is, you can say it two ways: Ã©l estÃ¡, or Ã©l es. The two verbs you can use to say this are Estar and Ser, respectively. You may need to do some research to figure out which one is best in your case, because these two verbs can be used very differently. I w…ill briefly explain them. Estar is used when you want to describe an emotion, location, or state of being. For example, He is bored: Ãl estÃ¡ aburrido; however, if you use the verb Ser here, you are saying something completely different: He is boring. Ser is generally used to express things such as nationality and other such things that are very difficult to change. Hope this helps! ( Full Answer )
In English, verbs are only conjugated for tense (i.e. I run, I ran, I will run, but they run, they ran, they will run without distinction). In Spanish, verbs are conjugated both for tense and individual (i.e. yo corro, yo corri, yo corrire, y ellos corren, ellos corrieron, ellos corriran). Therefore… "will be" would naturally have 6 forms (the six individual conjugations, but "to be" is two different verbs in Spanish: Ser and Estar whose differences are very important and too lengthy to list here. SER (to be, in the sense of a permanent condition or intrinsic quality) serÃ© serÃ¡s serÃ¡ seremos serÃ©is serÃ¡n ESTAR (to be, in the sense of a temporary state, condition or location) estarÃ© estarÃ¡s estarÃ¡ estaremos estarÃ©is estarÃ¡n ( Full Answer )
De pending on the area you are saying it in: Pollo a la parrilla (Proper spanish ) Pollo asado (roasted Chicken is sometimes okay to use as grilled, but improper Spanish) Pollo al carbÃ³n (Bar-B-Qued Chicken or chicken on a charcole grill...sometime called grilled chicken in parts of the US)
Â¿Que? Depending on the question, the word can change, but "que" is used in most cases. Possbly it can be CuÃ¡l, as in Â¿CuÃ¡l es tu numero de telÃ©fono? This is used when you are looking for a specific answer rather than a generic. For example, "Â¿CuÃ¡l es la fecha?" would be …asking for a specific date, as in July 4th, etc. "Â¿QuÃ© es la fecha?" might be answered " The date is a name given to a day based on a calendar." ( Full Answer )
"To make" or "to do" in Spanish is the verb "hacer". "What" as an interrogative is "Â¿quÃ©?". However, you really need more context to have a real answer. "Â¿QuÃ© haces?" is more like "what did you do?"
I assume you are asking how long since this chicken has benn prepared, and not how old a living chicken is. Â¿CuÃ¡nto tiempo ha estado aquÃ este pollo?, or "How long has this chicken been here?" Online translators will probably return "Â¿CuÃ¡ntos aÃ±os tiene este pollo?", which is …how you would ask someone how old they are. ( Full Answer )
Quisiera el pollo frito con arroz (mÃ¡s cortÃ©s) Quiero el pollo frito con arroz (mÃ¡s directo, pero no muy conveniente en ciertos contextos)
There is no literal analogue to "I will" in Spanish. The "I will" part of every future tense verb in Spanish is integrated into the conjugation and is inseparable from it. So any Spanish "I will" will necessarily be tied intimately to a verb, whatever it may be. The closest it gets is to say "I will… do [it]." To say "I will do" in Spanish, you say, "HarÃ©." Pronounced: R- A, [English letters] with the accent on the A. ( Full Answer )
'El / ella tiene ' where 'has' equals 'possesses'. If it is linked with a past participle, e.g. 'he/she has visited Spain/eaten the paella', then the auxiliary verb 'haber' is used. The examples cited would be: 'el/ella ha visitado Espan~a/ ha comido la paella'.
it depends on the subject: I have - tengo You (informal) have - tienes He/She/You (formal) has - tiene We have - tenemos You all have (Spain version) - tenais with an accent over the "a" They/ You all have - tienen The "A" part of you question depends on if the noun (not the subject)… if masculine or feminine. Masculine is un and feminine is una. ( Full Answer )
That is a harder question than it seems. As a verb of posession, i.e. "he/she/it has something", the verb used would be "tener". The third person singular present form "has" would be "tiene". "Ãl tiene algo". As part of a compound verb, i.e. "he/she/it has done something", the verb used is "ha…ber". In this case, "Ãl ha hecho algo". ( Full Answer )
TÃº (informal singual) - don't forget the accent over the U otherwise it means "your" Usted (formal singular) vosotros (informal plural - not used much in western hemisphere except Argentina) ustedes (plural) Spanish doesn't need a "you all", "Youse" or "You'uns" there is a specific "you…" for many people. ( Full Answer )
First, "I have" in Spanish is "Yo tengo." Some Spanish-speakers omit the pronoun, so you may hear just "Tengo"-- Tengo dos amigos (I have two friends). The article "a" can be either masculine (un) or feminine (una) depending on which noun comes next. (Yo) tengo un libro = I have a book. But, Teng…o una hermana = I have a sister. ( Full Answer )
Â¿ Le / les / te / os gustarÃa probar nuestro nuevo platillo de pollo a la mexicana / mejicana ?
taquito de pollo (Taquito = taco + ito. 'Ito' is a suffix that represents endearment or means 'little.' While crispitos are not really 'little tacos,' rolled, fried tacos are commonly called 'taquitos' in some places.)
Well you could say "Tu aliento huele de heces de pollo" but probably you would use "apesta" in place of "huele", which means "stinks." Heces might also be the wrong word as it sounds a little medical or technical. The closest English equivalent is probably the word "stool" as in a sample of a person…'s excrement to be tested medically. So perhaps the word "caca" or "mierda" should be substituted. It should be noted that the latter word is particularly strong - an obscenity, if you will, and definitely not something you would say in the presence of your mother unless you wanted to get sent to your room without supper. ( Full Answer )