"Escribe cuentos" is how you say "write stories" in Spanish. The verb escribir means "to write," and the noun cuentos means "stories." If you were to say this phrase in the first person, meaning that you would be talking about yourself saying, "I write stories," it would instead be "escribo cuentos" so it could agree with your first person pronoun "yo," meaning I or me in Spanish.
Screen and writer are two nouns. In Spanish, it's bad form to juxtapose two nouns and pretend that one modifies the other. No, no. In Spanish, a 'screenwriter' is a 'cinematographic author.' And it is said, "autor cinematográfico."
"I am a writer" in Spanish is "Soy un escritor". It is pronounced "soy oon ess-cree-TORE". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
'Estoy bien' (in modern sense of 'I am well')
'Soy bueno/a' (male/female) in sense of 'I'm a good person'
"Me encanta escribir poemas."
How say on Spanish Davenport
'Escribir cuentos' is a Spanish expression that can be translated as 'to write short stories' in English. 'Cuento' is the Spanish word for 'short story', and 'escribir' is the verb 'to write'.
para decir historias
Depends what is before "write". To write stories : Écrire des histoires I write stories : J'écris des histoires ...
You could say "Puedes escribirme."
There's no equivalent, but to get a Spanish-speaker to read/say it, you could write: 'Uínston'
yes i do you just have to know how speeck spanish and got to write in spanish
It is the same as English, you simply say no. To say "No, thanks" for example you would write "No, gracias."