What does no soy de milano mean in spanish?
No soy de Milano would translate into something along the lines of "I am not from Milano".
Soy de la in English means I am of. Ex. I am of Spanish heritage. (Soy de la Spanish heritage.)
If by America you mean USA Soy de Estados unidos if you mean the continent soy de America
"I am from..." (Lit: "I am of...")
I'm from Ecuador
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."
I'm from Ohio
"Yo: means "I". Example "Yo" soy de Corea. ["I" am from Korea.]" wrong because soy means i am so you would say soy de corea. you can say yo soy or just soy
I am the princess of your life.
It's Spanish for "I'm the groom/boyfriend."
"De donde eres?" is Spanish for "Where you are from?" To answer, you would say "Soy de [your country]."
"Y soy de" is part of a longer sentence. It most probably means "and I am from" Literally it means "and I am of". In Spanish a person if "of somewhere" not "from somewhere".
It means "I am not a kind of food".
"I am from" in spanish is "Yo soy de...."
Soy de Jackson. Pronounced Soy(soy sauce) de(Day) Jackson.
I´m a fan of the alternative music.
"Soy de" and then the place you are from. Soy de Los Estados Unidos (United States), Soy de Dallas.
To say where you are from in Spanish: Soy de (include name of country). If you literally wish to say, "I am from somewhere" in Spanish, it is: "Soy de algún lugar."
' Yo soy del Tennessee ' / OR / ' Soy del Tenesí ' / OR / ' Soy de Tennessee ' / OR / ' Yo soy de Tenesí ' [etc.].
To say you are from Miami, say, "Soy de Miami." "Soy" means "I" while "de" means "from". So "Soy de" means "I am from".
Soy de España (I´m from Spain) Soy español (I´m Spanish) Somos de España (We´re from Spain) Somos españoles (We´re Spanish)
soy de... means: I am from... literally: "I am of..."
It can mean OF or FROM. El libro de la niña - The girl's book /or The book of the girl. Soy de Londres - I'm from London.
in what context? it could be: of or from. Yo soy de México = I'm from México. Está hecho de plástico = It's made of plastic.
The question in Spanish "¿De dónde eres?" is translated as "Where are you from?". You would respond in Spanish: "Soy de ....." (city of birth or residence) Example: Soy de Asunción, Paraguay (I am from Asunción, Paraguay)
To say "I am from..." you would say Soy de... "I am from England" "Soy de Inglaterra" "I am from the United States" "Soy de los Estados Unidos"
Soy el padre/papá de... (a man) Soy la madre/mamá de... (a woman) *"parent" is not "pariente" in Spanish.
Soy de Tejas (pronounced "soy de TAY-hahs).
Usually "Soy de..." For example, "Soy de los Estados Unidos" - I am from the United States."
"Soy de..." ... for example, "Soy de España" "I'm from Spain."
You say "Soy de.... + the name of city or country you are from. Here are some examples for you.... "Soy de Francia"--I am from France. "Soy de Alemania"---I am from Germany. "Soy de Rusia"--I am from Russia. "Soy de la ciudad de Nueva York"--I am from New York City.
(yo) soy de means "I am from _____" The 'yo' is optional however. For example, if someone asked you "¿De dónde eres?" which means "Where are you from?" (literally 'from where are you') you would respond "Yo soy de" or "Soy de" followed by where you are from! For example, if you live in the United States of America, and someone asks you ¿De dónde eres? You would respond by saying Soy de Los Estados… Read More
"Soy de _____."
Soy la mamá de Bob, or, Soy la madre de Bob
Tú eres de I am from: Yo soy de
Where are you from ''¿De dónde eres?'' means ''Where are you from?'' Due to the question using ''eres,'' this is the informal (or sometimes called ''familiar'') way of saying it. The answer is 'Soy de...' (I am from....)
"Soy de México" means "I am from Mexico".
You would say, "Soy de" and then tell the name of where you're from. "Soy de" is pronounced "Soy day." It means "I'm from." See the Related Link below for a list of the names of US states in Spanish.
"Soy inusual", or perhaps "Soy fuera de lo comÃºn".
When you say Soy una fanatica de do you use verb plus ando for ex like soy una fanatica de estudiando?
No, in Spanish you have to say Soy una fanática de estudiar
Soy de América
Soy de inglaters
Soy de Espana
soy de Honduras
Soy de California.
soy de india
Soy de Jamaica.
Soy de Jamaica
Soy de Buffalo.
Soy de Argentina
soy de trinidad