Adios- Good bye
Central- Head Office
Corral- Farm yard
Corona- A Crown
Hasta La Vista- See you later
here are some more words....
como estas - how are you
hola- hello yo te amo= I love you
lasso, alligator, patio, ranch, aficionado, mosquito, lariat, poncho, llama, papaya
"E" is the most commonly used letter in English. "S" is the most commonly used first letter for words.
There is no Spanish word "Fuel" The closest word is "Fiel" which means faithful. The English word "Fuel" does not have a direct counterpart in Spanish. There are many words that can be used depending on the context of the sentence. The most commonly used word is "Combustible" (spelled the same in Spanish and English but pronounced differently)
Some of the most commonly used words in the English language include "the", "people", "about", and "like". Other words include "time", "because", and "first".
There are various translations of the word "language" from English to Spanish. Commonly, the Spanish word "lengua" is used. "Lenguaje" is also appropriate, as is "idioma."
The same way you spell it in English, k. But it isn't a very commonly used letter in Spanish.
No spanish words begin with W but some English words like "Walkman" are used in the Spanish language.
Some commonly used Spanish words with e in them are:-también-estar-este-me-te-se-que-quieres
it the as i look me
In the Spanish language why isn't 'English' used instead of 'inglés'?
If they are Spanish they are still Spanish, but used as part of the English vocabulary.-----------There are, however, an extensive number of words in English that come from the Spanish language. These words are usually called loanwords. In the same way that the French word 'fiancÃ©e' is now considered an English word, many words of Spanish origin have been assimilated into the English language.Words like adios, amigo, afficionado, albino, alpaca, armada, avocado, buckaroo, bravo, and burro are just a few of the former Spanish words that have made their way into the English language.
futbol = football taxi sandwich feedback kiwi disc jockey parking loft hotel corner (football) penalty (football)
"Mi casa es tu casa" is spanish for "My house is your house," but this phrase is commonly used in America
The Spanish words that are used for "disclaimer" are "renuncia", "rechazo", and "repudio". - The New World Spanish/English Dictionary
kibbitz, klutz, kosher
pot; or a suspended balloon filled with sweets at a masquerade ball. Yes. Piñata is a word of Spanish origin that is commonly used in English.
'of' is the second most commonly used word in the English language, according World-English.org's list of the most commonly used words in the English language. The list was compiled from the results of surveys of current usage in American, Australian and British English.Here are the first seven words, in rank order:theoftoandainisSee Related links below for reference and more information
La ofrenda is Spanish for "The offering" and is a phrase used very commonly in a church setting.
The letter "e" is the most commonly used in English.
The most commonly used word in the English language is 'time'.
"Tornado" in Spanish is the same as in English, "tornado". An alternative, "torcedor" (meaning "twister"), can be used.
The letter Ã‘ (Ã©nye) is not used in modern, conventional English. Therefore, no English words use that letter.However, it is a common letter used in the Spanish language.
The words are dwarf, dwell, and dwindle. Any others are derivatives of these.