Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters
What are some adjectives that begin with the letters ES?
What is a car name that starts with es?
Escape (Ford), Escort (Ford), Espace (Renault) and Escalade (Cadillac) are cars that begin with the letters es. ...
What are words beginning with es?
Escalator, escape, escargot, eschew, escort, escrow, esoteric, essay, essential, estate and estimate are words. They begin with the letters es. ...
Asked in English to Spanish
How do you use spanish adjectives?
Spanish adjectives agree in number and gender with nouns. Adjectives usually come before nouns. It is possible for some adjectives to follow nouns. Examples: el chico alto -->los chicos altos The tall boy --> The tall boys la chica alta--> las chicas altas The tall girl --> The tall girls El chico es un amigo bueno or El chico es un buen amigo The boy is a good friend ...
Asked in 2000-2005 Dodge & Plymouth Neons
How do you tell a 2000 Dodge Neon ES from a 2000 Dodge Neon Highline model?
Look in your VIN number. If in the first 6 digits there are the letters ES then your car is an ES. ...
What are some Spanish adjectives that begin with the letter J?
jabonado - soaped jabonoso - soapy jacarandoso - blithe, merry, gay jadeante - panting jaldado - bright yellow japones - Japanese jaquecoso - tiresome, irritating jaquelado - chequered jarifo - showy, spruce, natty jaro - resembling a wild boar jaroso - full of brambles jauto - flat, insipid, tasteless javan es - Javanese jazmineo - jasminaceous That's just the 'ja-' adjectives! ...
Asked in Spanish to English
What does es todos mean?
It's gibberish. Spanish nouns and adjectives have to agree in gender and number. 'Es' means you/he/she/it is - singular. 'Todos' is a plural adjective. For this to be correct Spanish, it has to be either 'Es todo.' or 'Son todos.' 'Es todo.' means "It is all." or "That's all." 'Son todos.' means, "They are all." or "That's all of them." ...
Asked in French Language and Culture, How To
How to describe your personality in french?
You begin by saying Je suis... (which means I am) then you add on adjectives, such as gentil (nice), mechante (mean), mignonne (cute), belle (pretty), amusante (funny), etc. Those are just the basics. You can also start off by saying Mon personalite es... (my personality is...) :) ...
Asked in Spanish to English
What does 'Que dia de la semana es' mean in English?
The meaning in English of the Spanish sentence 'Que dia de la semana es' is the following: What day of the week is it? The word-by-word translation is the following: 'que' means 'what'; 'dia' 'day'; 'de' 'of'; 'la' 'the'; 'semana' 'week'; 'es' '[it] is'. The answer in Spanish would begin with 'es' ... . Likewise, the answer in English would begin with 'It's' ... . ...
Asked in English to Spanish, Spanish to English
In spanish what is the feminine ending for facíl?
In Spanish some adjectives such as "fácil" (easy) or "difícil" (hard) have a common form for both masculine and femenine: "el trabajo es fácil" (the job is easy, masc. "el trabajo"), "la bajada es fácil" (the descent is easy, fem. "la bajada"). Also notice the "tilde" (acute accent) goes on the "a" in "fácil", not on the "i". ...
Asked in Plural Nouns
When making plural nouns which letters should you add an es to?
You should add an es when the word ends in: * "h", as in crashes, churches, matches, etc. * "s" or "ss", as in buses, losses * "z" or "zz" as in fizzes * "x" as in foxes, boxes ...
Asked in Translations, English to Latin
How would you say in Latin You are my best friend my love my life?
Roughly and literally, (if you're speaking to a woman) Es amica optima mea, amor meus, vita mea. (if you're speaking to a man) Es amicus optimus meus, amor meus, vita mea. (the difference is the gender of "friend" and its adjectives) ...