How do you say so you still like it in Spanish?
¿Aún te gusta? is the Spanish translation for "So you still like it"
McDonald's is a name, and that of an international corporation, so McDonald's is still McDonald's in Spanish.
San Diego is a Spanish name and so it is still pronounced San Diego in Spanish.
You say the exact thing so it would be Anna still. :) Though the Spanish equivalent is 'Ana'
You don't pronounce the 'H' in Spanish, so you just say Anna. Make sure you say 'Awe' for the 'A' It's not like the A in Hannah. I took Spanish in school and our teacher changed our names to Spanish names, so there you go.
Sounds like a question, so I would say "Me permite hablar?.
Me gusta is I like the to is include in the other verb like if you want to say 'i like to eat' to eat is comer so it would be 'me gusta comer'
Hotel in english is hotel in spanish. Just in Spanish, you don't pronounce the H! So it sounds like o-tell.
tres cien y trienta I think it is 'trescientos treinta'. Spanish people don't use the 'y' in that place, so you say it like this.
ok so i am ecuadorian and i speak spanish so. you say "you know what it means" in spanish like this. sabes que se nifica? This is the pronunciation key sob-es ke se knee- fee- ka
It's still Pinata. Just like K-mart is still pronounced "K-mart" in Spanish. I mean, technically i suppose you could call it "paper thing with candy inside"... but Pinata is so much easier.
Hiena. Remember in Spanish you do not pronounce the H so it would sound like /iena/: i: like in i - gloo e: like in e - lephant n a: like in a - pple
"Por que te gusta tanto el Español?" is the translation of that phase in Spanish.
Me gusta el color rosa.
in spanish "aja" has different meanings, like "yeah, right" or "so?" depends on how the person is saying it
You say, "horno." The 'h' is silent so it sounds like "or-no." It's a masculine noun so it's 'el horno.'
You can say: simplon, simple or when something is like soso so you say that something " no tiene chiste"__is an expression
Some names are different in Spanish (E. g., William = Guillermo), but those are mostly the ones that Spanish speakers have adopted. Shannon is still uncommon among Spanish speakers, so it would be the same in Spanish as in English.
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?"
Translated from English to Spanish its 'el es tan lindo. This is how you say he is, so cute in Spanish.
The answer for how you say annoying in spanish is ENFADOSOS.
Aubree is a name, so it would remain Aubree. Sure, there are Spanish versions of names, like John is Juan, but if your name was John and you were speaking to a Spanish-speaking person, you would still say your name was John, and not Juan. The same would go for Aubree. For example, "Me llamo Aubree" is "My name is (I call myself) Aubree". Hope this helped. Re SAYING 'Aubree' in Spanish: a Spanish-speaker would… Read More
Jeremías. The letter J in Spanish makes an H sound so it should like hair-a-mi-oz
Many English names have no actual translation in other languages. Macey in Spanish would still be Macey. The name doesn't exist in Spanish, so it's the same in both languages. This is stupid
It's the Spanish version of "hahahaha" because in Spanish the "j" is usually pronounced as an "h". so they say jajajaja to make it sound like laughing because the way the say "h" sounds almost silent.
Me llamo (name) Remember LL is pronounced like Y So it sounds like "Me Yamo (Name)'
Batista is a Spanish name, so that is how you say it in Spanish. The English translation is 'baptized'.
if you want to introduce them to a friend in spanish then you say,(friends name), este es mi (madre, padre, hermana, hermano, tio, tia,etc.). im still practising spanish but i know family so if you need help with spanish, just get in touch with me or send me an email. (email@example.com) say your name age and why your emailing me.
mr. is senor pronounce ( sing-your) the spanish word senor is also sir so you can say hola senor and that would be like saying hello sir or hello mr.
It's a brand name, so it's still Uggs. You might want to say "botas de la marca Uggs" just to clarify.
Kiana is a name, a name is a proper noun, and proper nouns don't translate so it would still be Kiana
Leigh Anne isnt a spanish name so there for it is the same as it would be said in english. If you wanted to spell it so a Spanish-speaker would pronounce the name like an English-speaker, it would be: 'Li An'
To say I love you so much in Spanish is yo te amo tanto.
Are you trying to say Field if so the spanish word is Campo.
Te amo como nunca, saying before is redundant in spanish. So you basically just sayL I love you like never and the before is implied.
Ya como que lo re superé a él.
The hotel. In Spanish, the "h" is not pronounced, so it sounds like "oh-TEL."
"Krill" in English is spelled the same way as "Krill" in spanish. In spanish, however, the "i" in the word which sounds almost like and "e" in spanish is pronounced like a short "ee" in English (Example: "Kneel"). So the whole word would be pronounced "Kreel" in spanish.
normally Salvadorans speak Spanish so in Spanish you spell it like this Futbol you say fot and then boll but in English they call it soccer
Ciento tres. Like this: "Seento thres." Just kinda silent the "h" in "thres".People in America speak spanish SO badly!
It is a non-Spanish name, so it is the same in Spanish.
you want to say "i'm learning spanish by my own" ? if so .. then the correct way to say it in spanish is: "estoy aprendiendo español yo solo".
New York is a proper noun so it's still pronounced New York in Spanish. Also some say Nueva York.
"To draw" in Spanish is "dibujar".
Taylor is not spanish so its Taylor
Te amo is i love you i think but idk.. spanish class is boring to me i pay attention enough to pass it with 100% but no extra haha
I speak both English and Spanish, and I'm only 12! You spell it like this:pay, but you pronounce it the same. Just instead of tightening your lips,don't tighten them so much. I would say the answer is: Torta
in spanish its si senor. si ispronounced like the letter c and senor is pronouced ( sing - your ) si senor also means yes sir so you can say to a man hola senor
The predominate language of Venzuela is Spanish, so it would be "muy", sounded like MOO-ey
lets is vamos a like ah so vamos a then trade is escambar vamos a escambar