How do you say no to someone asking you out?
Politely say "No, but thanks for asking me!"
or if you like them but not in that way say, "I'd rather just be friends"
NEw aNSwer: or if you don't wanna hurt their feelings say u have a boyfriend if they ask who just grab a guy friend and say its them! (IT WORKS OUT TRUST ME, i should kno ;) )
u say... will u go out with me?
it depends on the person
It really depends on if you want to get a relationship with someone then it is, but if you don't then its not important. But my advice to you is if you are thinking of asking someone out then do it the worst thing he/she could do is say no
Being rejected is painful, and a part of life. You can always ask someone else out. The confidence that you have in asking this person out, can be used again by asking someone else out. Take some time to before asking again. But never stop asking.
It depends on who you talk to. If you are asking someone who you are not familiar with or if they of a high social status or age then you are, you would say "DÃ³nde trabaja usted?" If you are asking someone who is a close friend or family member you can say "DÃ³nde trabajas?"
Nee para = you say. (asking someone to say something)
If you are asking someone if they remember you say hi to them and say you don't remember me do you - then explain where it would be from.
there's not a word called "he" in Korea when you're asking him you say uh-di-ya? or when you're asking someone where he is geh-uh-dit-so?
If you are asking someone if they are ready. You say "¿estas listo?". If you want to say I am ready it is "estoy listo".
Say no Bout if you what to go go
Why are you asking this. You will find someone dont worry.
To ask someone if they are sporty you are asking if they are interested in sports. It is also asking if the like to play sports. It can also refer to a clothing style.
If you are asking what does someone mean when they say "I have muscle," it is slang for having a muscle "stick out" when you flex it.
lets say your asking for someone named alice (Ist Alice nochin der Stadt)
If someone is asking you for something or to do something then be honest and simply say, 'Thank you, but sorry, I'm not interested.' This goes for getting back with someone you have broken up with.
Then you're in the clear! You've been saved of the trouble of asking someone to dance. Just say "Yeah" or something. If someone does ask you to dance, you are in the clear.
In imperative sense, like asking or commanding someone to think: 'kangaete kudasai'
this question makes no sense. try to find a different way to say what you are asking here.
The way to translate "are you angry" into Korean is to say dangsin-eun hwaga. If asking if someone is mad, one could say dangsin-i hwaleul.
Ok first of all... ALL you need to say is will you be my boyfriend/girlfriend.... If they say no, what do you have to lose? If you just want to go on a date with them say will you go on a date with me. It's that simple, but if you are REALLY shy then just have someone ask for you or write it in a note.
Only if you are making a statement such as "I have hungry children" "Tengo niños que padecen hambre" If you are telling someone you are hungry, you can say "I am hungry" "Tengo hambre" or asking "are you hungry" to someone else say "tienes hambre?"
If you are asking someone to say something in Spanish you will use the phrase "en español porfavor" or "In Spanish please."
If you are asking how to greet someone on the ocasion of a birth, you would just say "mazal tÅv (×ž×–×œ ×˜×•×‘).
To misunderstand is to form an incorrect idea about what someone else is trying to say. If someone invites you to visit them at home, but you thought they were asking you to join them at a restaurant, that is a misunderstanding.
There are several ways to ask if one speaks Spanish. If you are asking a friend or someone younger, you would say "¿Hablas español?" If you are asking an elder, family member, teacher, etc. (someone of superiority), you would say "¿Habla español?" If you are asking multiple people of which they are all friends or younger, you would say "¿Habláis español?" Finally, if you were asking multiple people in which at least one is of… Read More
If you are sending a picture or photo to someone, you could say "¿Recibiste el cuadro (la foto)?" If you are using the English idiom as "did you understand?", then you would say "¿Entendiste?" If you are asking if someone was succesful in taking a picture, you could say "¿Has sacado la foto?"
I have always taken this to mean "I am in charge and I don't just want typical results from what I am asking you to do, I want you to exceed my expectations". On the other side of the question, I will often say "How High?" when someone is asking me to do something, letting them know that I am all in and 100% committed
if someone is asking you, he/she is asking a "question"
well they are asking are u feeling good,great,bad,i been better, or super ^_^
If you're asking how to do that, you would say "Do not do that", or "Stop doing that" If you're looking for a synonym for that, it would be "to cease".
If someone is going to a party and you want to say "Enjoy the party!", you could say "Ha det så kul!" or "Ha det så kul på festen!". If you are asking if someone enjoys something, for example a movie, then you could say "Gillar du filmen?".
People tend to say "How are you" for something to say but really don't want to know how you are actually doing - so it is best to just say "fine and you". If it is someone that you can talk to then you can elaborate if you like.
the answer is practice speaking in front of people you trust or family. if your talking about relationships on asking someone out, practice what your going to someone or say it to yourself in the mirror.
It can mean that someone will not agree to what you are asking for and there is no deal made. Someone might say it to you when they are not prepared to do what you want. They may want something more from you before they agree.
It depends on what you want to say. The verb "to help" in Spanish is "ayudar". If you are referring to the noun of "help", (I need a little help with this.) this would be "ayuda". If you are referring to the exclamation a person in danger would make, (Help! The fire is coming!) this would be "socorro". If you are referring to an employee in housekeeping or catering, (If only the help arrived on… Read More
You say, "¿Qué color es éste?" This is the question you would ask if you were showing someone different colored flashcards and asking them to name the color.
A guy keeps on asking you about what you would and wouldn't do with a boyfriend is he trying to say he likes you?
Probably not. He's trying to find someone to satisfy him.
If asking someone, like in 'Really?', that will be "Правда?" (literally, 'Is it true?') or "В самом деле?" (literally: 'Indeed?')
Yes, they are a good way. I won't say the best way, but if they work, then they are good enough.
Someone asking who you like becomes over the top Someone from my school keeps asking who I like to the stage of swear words and more because I'm not answering what do I say to him?
Say straight out "I don't like YOU, because you are hassling me. Please stop it." Say this in front of others so that they can all hear it. If there is no-one around when they ask next, say something like, "let's go over there [pointing at a group of your friends/classmates] and I'll tell you." Then report this person to a teacher.
You would not force anyone to say anything that they did not want to say freely themselves. Asking someone to say something you want to hear but they do not mean, means nothing. It might be better to say "I love you, hope you love me?".
It means asking a question or asking someone to repeat what they just said eg what did you just say I couldn't catch that sorry. A more polite word than "what" is pardon you would especially use this if you asked someone to repeat what they just said because you didn't hear it.
it means if someone looks or is sexy Or for a BETTER answer than the one given above it means attractive. And if someone is asking you do you think someone is hot,it probably means that the person asking you likes the person he or she is asking about. =)
If they are older you cant! If they are younger see what they want and if they are asking you something say you don't know and to ask someone else!
If you're asking what to say to the Bat Mitzvah girl after the ceremony, then the usual is 'mazel tov' and 'great job.
The proper word is "bear," as in to carry a load. The term "bear with" me is a request to help carry one's burden, or asking for patience. "Bare with me" would be asking someone to undress.
You might want to rethink this question. You seem to be asking for a quotation, which is to say, something someone says in the play. Killing oneself is an action, and no quotation is an example of an action. It's like asking "What does he say which is him walking down the street."
Asking out is a form of asking someone out on a date. This happens when two people are in love.
They say hi to you and asks how you doing. Wink at you, or flirts with you. Try to be close to you like hanging around, or asking you out for lunch or a movie.
not always, some people are just lookin for a one night stand. =/ if you are asking this then i would say no , well did they call you after