What does lees cuentos mean in spanish?
Lees cuentos means lees cuentos in spanish.
In English, lees cuentos means you read stories.
Tu lees translates from Spanish to mean you read.
Cuentos de cabezas de macarrón.
They're good stories and pretty drawings.
escribir cuentos= write stories
'Escribir cuentos' is a Spanish expression that can be translated as 'to write short stories' in English. 'Cuento' is the Spanish word for 'short story', and 'escribir' is the verb 'to write'.
Escribir cuentos means: to write stories.
"Escribe cuentos" is how you say "write stories" in Spanish. The verb escribir means "to write," and the noun cuentos means "stories." If you were to say this phrase in the first person, meaning that you would be talking about yourself saying, "I write stories," it would instead be "escribo cuentos" so it could agree with your first person pronoun "yo," meaning I or me in Spanish.
Scary stories - "Cuentos temerosos"
"Lees mucho" translates to "You read a lot"
Donde lees los libros = where you read books
Which books do you read?
Yo leo/tu lees los libros
Feliz Navidad is a Spanish equivalent of 'Merry Christmas'. The adjective 'feliz' means 'happy, fortunate'. The masculine noun 'Navidad' means 'Nativity'. Together, they mean 'feh-LEES nah-vee-thah'. The proper name 'Jonny' may be left as such. Or it may be translated into Spanish as 'Juanito'. The name for 'John' in Spanish is 'Juan'.
You read the newspaper
You read the newspaper
It could mean "What you read", or as a question,"What are you reading?"
You like to write or read strories.
John Kenneth Leslie has written: 'Cuentos y Risas' -- subject(s): Spanish language, Textbooks for foreign speakers, English, Readers 'Spanish for conversation'
"Do you like to write or read stories?"
Charles Alfred Turrell has written: 'Cuentos Hispanoamericanos' -- subject(s): Spanish American literature, Collections
J. Hermil has written: 'Cuentos para Juan y Juanita' -- subject(s): Readers, Spanish language
It means: "Why do you read a lot?"
The word "imperialism" in Spanish is "imperialismo". It is pronounced "eem-pare-ee-oh-LEES-mow". Please see this site for confirmation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
As a statement: You read many books. As a question: Do you read many books?
The address of the Lees Summit Historical Society is: 222Se Main, Lees Summit, MO 64063-2332
"I am ready to go" in Spanish is "Estoy listo ("lista" for a girl) a ir". It is pronounced "eh-STOY LEES-toe ah ear". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Paul Patrick Rogers has written: 'Goldoni in Spain' -- subject- s -: Comparative Literature, Italian and Spanish, Spanish and Italian 'The pre-romantic drama of Spain' -- subject- s -: History and criticism, Spanish drama 'Florilegio de cuentos hispanoamericanos' -- subject- s -: Spanish Short stories 'Patterns of Spanish conversation' -- subject- s -: Conversation and phrase books, Spanish language
Gertrude M. Walsh has written: 'Cuentos criollos' -- subject(s): Latin American Short stories, Spanish language, Readers, Lending library
Lees horse, Traveller had lived for several years after Lees death in 1870.
The cast of Cuentos baturros - 1915 includes: Josep Alfonso
Elliott Lees was born in 1860.
Elliott Lees died in 1908.
Lees Radcliffe died in 1928.
Lees Radcliffe was born in 1865.
Harrison Lees is 5' 10".
Jon Lees is 6' 4".
Frank Lees died in 1999.
Frank Lees was born in 1931.
Ginger Lees was born in 1905.
Harcourt Lees died in 1852.
Harcourt Lees was born in 1776.
Meg Lees was born in 1948.
Cameron Lees was born in 1834.
Cameron Lees died in 1913.
Gabriel Lees was born in 1990.
Lees College was created in 1883.
Lees College ended in 1996.
Jim Lees was born in 1919.
Derwent Lees died in 1931.