"I'm not playing" in Spanish is "No estoy jugando". It is pronounced "No eh-STOY hoo-GAHN-doe". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Sólo estoy jugando. You know, you could've just used Google Translate but whatever.
No estoy jugando
No estoy divirtiéndome ( To play games, according to the Oxford Dictonary, can mean "to have fun")
Solo estan jugando
You spell it like this,quiero
usted lo quiere?
usted no quiere
¿Quieres una naranja?
I think you want the Spanish word "Hola".
Why do you want to know=¿Por qué quieres saber
Kaela is the same in Spanish as in English. If you want to write it phonetically, it would be Queila
Quiero ser tu amigo ( a for female)
For "to play" as in a child playing, the Spanish verb is "jugar." It is pronounced, "hoo-GAR." The noun is juego (act of playing). For "a play" (theater drama), the Spanish noun is obra (de teatro), also drama.
how do you spell lemon in spanish
no queremos que usted se marche
Jugar Conmigo- Play with me. Quieres Jugar Conmigo- Do you want to play with me?