In English, the word Spanish is written with a capital letter at the beginning, as are all names of languages. (In Spanish the names of languages don't normally begin with a capital letter, unless initiating a sentence, for example.) Translation: Spanish == español
Fairytales in Spanish always begin with the line 'Érase una vez' (Once upon a time...) and end with either 'y fueron felices y comieron perdices.' (That's our way of saying... 'and they lived happily ever after') or 'y colorín, colorado, este cuento se ha acabado.' (this story is over.) I'll leave the actual story to you...
Escribir = to write
escribo = I write
escribes = you (informal singular) write
escribe = you (formal aingular) write
escribimos = we write
escribis = you (informal plural) write
escriben = you (formal plural)/they write
'escribe' also means 'he/she/it writes'
escriba! = write!
"Write a story" in Spanish is "Escriba una historia". It is pronounced "eh-SCREE-bah OO-nah ee-STOR-ree-ah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
"Ella" is the Spanish word for "she."
word write means `ESCRIBE` in spanish .
in = en
'Fiesta' is the Spanish word for 'party'.
"Mujeres" is the Spanish word for "women".
Comida is the Spanish word for "meal".
The Spanish word for plant is... 'planta'.
And in Spanish is: y If the word 'and' is preceded by a word that begins with the vowel: 'i,' then the word 'and' changes to: e.
Write is: escribir Written is: escrito
Escribir : To write