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Que dia es hoy?

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This translates from Spanish to mean What day is today. You can respond with lunes or martes or miercoles or jueves or viernes or sabado or domingo. lunes is monday. martes is Tuesday and so on. . .

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When somebody asks you "Que dia es hoy? (which day of the week is today), the correct answer will be - Hoy es _____ (Today is ...) Example : A: que dia es hoy ? B: hoy es jueves(today is thursday)

que dia es hoy = What day is today?

Que dia es hoy literally means, what day is today? :)

Hoy es Octubre 5, or "hoy es el cinco de octubre"

The Spanish question "Que dia es hoy?" means "What day is today?" or "What day is it?".

It means "What day is today?"

The first phrase is "What day is today", the second is "what date is today".

qué día es hoy: kay dee-uh ess oy

You would respond with "es" and whatever day it is in Spanish.

It means" What day is it today" You can answer saying " Hoy es Miercoles" And that for example means " Today is Wednesday"

That would be what day is it today? It would answered...."Hoy es el 10 de Enero."

They are asking you "What day is it today?"You should answer with the current day. The format is: "Hoy es ____ de ________."Example: "Hoy es tres de septiembre." (Today is September 3.)

"¿Que día es hoy?" means "what day is it today?". You would answer with the appropriate day - lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado, domingo.

"Hoy no es mi dia" means "Today is not my day."

'What day is today' And tomorrow?

Que lio es hoy = What a mess it is today

it means: "today is a good day all that I need now is"

As written, it would be "Like this? What day is today? What time is it?" Even that is an approximation. The problem is the missing accent marks, as well as a missing "usted". "¿Cómo está usted? ¿Qué día es hoy? ¿Qué hora es?" means "How are you? What day is today? What time is it?"

You would respond "Hoy es... (day of the week)" Lunes: Monday Martes: Tuesday Miércoles: Wednesday Jueves: Thursday Viernes: Friday Sábado: Saturday Domingo: Sunday For example: Hoy es lunes. (Today is Monday.) *The days of the week are not capitalized in Spanish.

"Enjoy yourself today because tomorrow is another day."

The phrase means "what is today?". The answer would be something like "Hoy es el lunes".

The question means "What day of the week is it?" You would answer "Hoy es ..." , adding the day of the week. (lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado, domingo)

¿Qué día es hoy? ¿A cómo estamos? ¿que es la fecha de hoy?

"¿Qué día es?" means "What day is it?"


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