Que soy era means?
"Que soy era" is typically the beginning of the sentence "Que soy era inmaculada conceptiou" Bernadette Soubirous said to be told by an apparition on the day of annunciation in 1858. The language is Occitan (Aran in Spain, South of France and valleys in Italy) and more precisely the Gascon dialect and bigordan subdialect "Que soy era" just means "I am the" "Que soy" is "I am" since the Gascon uses the enunciative form que before the verb and oftem omites the pronom Jo (I) ( ex: (Jo) que soy) era is the feminin form of eth : The Best regards Paychet
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Que without an accent mark means "that." QuÃ© with an accent mark means "what?" and is used in questions. . The above answer may be in reference to Spanish (?). In French, "quÃ©" with an accent does not exist. Que means what, which, that, or whom. It is pronounced "kuh" and is shortened to qu' …before a word that starts with a vowel sound. For example: . Que dis-je ? -- What am I saying? . Ã l'heure qu'il est -- at this time (literally, at the time that it is) . It can also mean "only, just", and for this meaning it is used with ne. For example: . Elle n'a qu'un seul frÃ¨re. -- She only has one brother. que It literally means 'what'. The word "que" in Spanish means several things such as what, then,and that. That or what: 'what' at the start of a question eg. Que es tu nobre? 'that' after 'i think' etc. eg. Pienso que... ( Full Answer )
The sentence has a mistake, but the first part is very clear, meaning: 'All that I can say is [that] I like you ( a ) but...' What goes next does not make sense... 'soy tarde' has no meaning: 'soy' is 'I am' and 'tarde' is 'afternoon' or 'late'.. ( a ) Could be ' I love you '. Could it be that h…e/she said 'pero es tarde'? The meaning would then be: I love you but it's too late [for us]. ( Full Answer )
It means "what,no?" like asking if the person u say it to agrees like "that's funny,nuh.?" but it doesnt really make sense if u say "what, no?" in English it always sounds better like "that's funny que,no?" instead of "that's funny what,no?" ;]
Soy in spanish means soya which is a bean. Like saying soy sauce in spanish is salsa de soya. Usually when you see the word "soy" it is the first person conjugation of the verb "ser". "Soy doctor" means " I am a doctor."
Together, that means nothing. "Soy" means "am" as in "I am." "Tu" means "you" as in "you are." "Yo" means "I" as in "I am." ANS2: "Soy tuyo." would be "I am yours."
It means "I am tall" keep in mind this only aplies for females. If you were a female you would say "Soy alta" otherwise you should say "Soy alto"
Sois, comes from the verb "to be" [ser] conjugated on vosotros. It is mostly used in Spain or some people from Argentina. yo SOY - tu ERES - ella, el, usted, ES - nosotros SOMOS - vosotros SOIS - ellos SON http://www.linguistlist.org/issues/19/19-574.html
"Soy" is the 1st person singular form of the verb "ser" - to be. So "soy" means "I am."
if you mean if demi lovato sing lo que soy she does. shes half Mexican
It means "I am", referring to an intrinsic characteristic, permanant condition or profession. "Soy hombre", soy maestro", etc.
"soy una vieja" has different meanings in different countries soy una: I'm a and "vieja" in a strict way means "old woman", but in different slangs means "women", "wife", "mother", or its used in between weman to call another women. so depending on the context it could mean, "i'm a woman or …girl" (putting enfasis in the fact that she is a female), or "I'm a old woman" (putting enfasis on her age) hope it help ( Full Answer )
Well, that's not really the way it's said in Spanish, but it means "I think I'm in love with you."
I want you to be with me (note the use of the subjunctive here - literally -I want that you were with me, which is the usual way of expressing someone's wishes)
Literally, it means 'I am equal to you.' But a better translation of its meaning might be, "I'm just as good as you are."
"Soy la chica que usted nunca olvidara" translates into "I am the girl you will never forget."
"Soy yo" means "I am me", usually meaning "it's me." "mar" is the word for "sea." If you mean "I am the sea", then it would be "Yo soy el mar."
You meant: ...QUE SEPAS QUE... Quiero que sepas que te estimo --- I want you to know I appreciate you (informal you singular)
It depends if it is a statement or a question. Statement: Because I'm stupid. Question: Why am I an idiot?
"J'aurai aimÃ© que tu sois lÃ " means "I would have liked for you to be there." ("lÃ " in this sentence implies "there with me", not "somewhere else")
'Tengo/Soy 36 anos' (with a squiggly line over the 'n') means I am 36 years old. It is not really correct to say "soy 36 aÃ±os."
Soy is the first person singular present tense conjugation of "ser". It means "I am". Teacher is an English word. The equivalent in Spanish is "maestro" or "maestra" or perhaps profesor/profesora. So..."Soy maestra" is "I am a teacher."
It means "you are" when speaking to a group; more specifically, itwould mean "all of you are." Vosotros is used primarily in Spain to address two or more peoplewith whom you are familiar; it is Spain's plural form of tÃº. OtherSpanish-speaking countries usually use 'ustedes' to talk to a groupwhet…her it is informal or formal; in Spain, you would still use'ustedes' to address two or more people with whom you are notfamiliar. Sois is the present indicative conjugation of ser ("to be") forvosotros. ( Full Answer )
The grammar is incorrect. The forms of the verb "ser" are used for intrinsic characteristics of something, not for transient circumstances. If you were to say this, it would mean something like "I am , as a permanant aspect of my being, always listening". In this case, I believe you are going for… the present progressive, which is formed by a conjugated form of the verb "estar" plus the gerund (the "ing" form) of the main verb. For this, it would be "Estoy escuchando", or "I am listening". Remember that the progressive tense in Spanish is not used nearly as much as in English, and only applies to current actions. ( Full Answer )
Used by isself like this it probably means "I am me." or " I am [being] myself."
Literally, this means "I am good", but you would not use the verb "ser" for this. Properly, this should be "Estoy bueno".
"Soy muy aburrido" in Spanish means "I am very boring" Note that it is not the same as "I am bored".
I am free, in the permanent state. Soy, I am, is always permanent for example, Soy Roberto I am Robert will never change, but Estoy Aqui, I am here, is an indefinite. To be honest you would never say Soy Libre because it can change it should be Estoy Libre.
I am not from the North America, or I am not from the USA,Canada or Mexico.
It means "I am not..." and could be used in response to a question,but generally would be followed by the thing that you are not. "Yono soy cansada" - I am not tired.
"That you be" and "That you may be" are English equivalents of the French phrase Que tu sois . The pronunciation of the present subjunctive phrase in the second person informal singular will be "kuh tyoo swa" in French.
What does feliz ano nuevo 2012 y que sea mucho pero mucho mejor que el 2011 soy tu tio millan mean in english?
Happy New Year 2012 and may it be much, much better than 2011. I am your uncle Millan.
It means: if I am the one that searches for "qui" I am. (Qui is not a spanish word).
you have the word "you" in the middle of this sentence, which is not a spanish word. But otherwise, it means: Because ??? always hate peach, I thought I was friends
"Soy" in Spanish means I am. The word "lento" is an adjective, meaning slow or slow-working. Thus, this sentence means "I am slow," or perhaps, "I am slow-working."
This is an irony-laden sentence by a woman to her boyfriend or husband. She says, "I'm not a friend, I'm your woman." The correct adjective/article is un a , not un.
Me parece algo incoherente. SÃ pudiere ser inteligible pero con un mensaje deficiente y contradictorio. X_@ It's not logical. It almost could be understood although with an opposite and deficient message. Possibly: It's me I don't want you to be looking after our children all the time. No…t really. The matter is that the "Spanish" sentence in the question above HAS A TERRIBLE SYNTAX. IT'S A real problem to translate a sentence or phrase with a wrong syntanx. ( Full Answer )
Que onda is a slangy Mexican greeting. Soy la gorda means "It's me the fat chick." HablÃ¡me a este probably means something like: "This is my phone number."
Soy is the you form of Ser Carlos is a name Soy Carlos means "I am Carlos"
"Soy" means "I am" referring not to how you are doing but to what you are like. "Soy asi" means "I am that way". So "Soy asi, asi" means "I am that way, that way" or "I am like that, like that". However this is probably a combination of two misunderstandings from a person learning Spanish. Many stud…ents use "asi, asi" in place of "so-so" in English. This is a mistake. So-so as a response to "How are you?" would be "regular" or "mas or menos" in Spanish. Asi means "so" as in "like that" or "that way" or "in that manner". What the phrase above could possibly mean to say is either "Soy asi." -- "I'm that way." Or "Estoy mas or menos." -- "I'm so-so." (as in not well and not bad, somewhere in between) ( Full Answer )
DebiÃ³ ser "a quien soy yo / al que yo soy". Sin mÃ¡s contexto no sepuede dar una traducciÃ³n.
Translation: I like/love/want you and what I wanted to say is that I am the luckiest girl ever.
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Soi is not an English word it is however in fact a word from the French language. When translated this word means self. There are many languages in the world and in some cases there is not a clear translation for every term known.
I am old and more of a grandmother than an aunt. Grandmothers givemore attention and affection.
C'est soit... soit... is used to explain two alternative options and means it's either.... or...
With an accent on the 'e', it means 'what?' as a question e.g. Que quiere usted? = What do you want? Que es esto? = What is this? Without an accent it means 'that', as in e.g. Me dice que no viene = He tells me (that) he's not coming El libro que tengo en mi bolsa = The book (that) I have… in my bag. ( Full Answer )
That's Spanish for "I am Mexican". Since "mexicana" is female, it is a woman that is speaking.
Yo soy boricua pa que tulo sepas translates to mean 'I am PuertoRican, Pa you know it.'
"sois forte" is French and in English it means "be strong". Itwould be said to someone to encourage them emotionally.
It is the equivalent to "son". Castillian (or European) Spanish = vosotros sois inteligentes Latin America Spanish = Ustedes son inteligentes.