well it would be said "tu tambien hablas espanol dulce, yo hablo espanol tambien te amo"
which translates to " you also speak spanish sweetie, i speak spanish too. i love you.
Habla Espanol means speak Spanish.
Habla Espanol means one speaks spannish, and Gracias means thankyou.
"He/she/it does not speak Spanish."
QUIEN HABLA Espanol who speaks Spanish
"I speak a little Spanish".
it means "Spanish speaking"
You are sweet too
As a question "Si habla Espanol, cierto?" means "You do speak in Spanish, right?". As an answer "Si, habla Espanol" is "Yes, he/she speaks Spanish". As a condition, "...si habla espanol..." would be "...if he/she speaks in Spanish..." (In the first line I put "Cierto" but sometimes people don't use that word and it's still have the same meaning).
Quien habla en español? : Who (as in many people) speaks in spanish?
It is the familiar form for: Do you speak spanish?
it means: I also speak spanish
You too are very sweet
hablo* español= I speak Spanish.do you mean "habla" or "hablar"?
If you are asking what "que bueno no sabia que usted habla espanol" means, it's: "how nice I didn't know you speak Spanish"
It means "My teacher (female) speaks Spanish.
Translation: You're speaking Spanish tonight.
(S)He doesn't speak Spanish. (S)he doesn't understand.
"i seem to not speak spanish" it means that in all spanish speaking countries
It means: this word is italian and spanish too
"espanol" means "Spanish", and "habla" means "speak", with the first person "I" being understood. When the suffix "amos" is added (the second "a" is dropped), the word becomes plural and means "we". Therefore this phrase means "we speak Spanish". When a business wants the public to know that the firm is bi-lingual (Spanish and English speaking), you will usually see a sign with either "habla espanol" or "se habla espanol", which means "he or she speaks Spanish" (What_does_se_habla_espanol_mean). "Hablamos Espanol" is more grammatically correct for businesses.
good you speak spanish. tu is informal for you... gusta means to like (something) habla means speak. espanol means spanish. The sentence has those words with that meaning, but the sentence all together makes no sense, i.e. likes your speaks spanish.
literally "and I want when you (formal) speak with me in Spanish" - was this a native speaker?
It means you speak Spanish very well, thank you my friend.
quien habla: who speaks