la maestra is `` a teacher`` in the spanish language. and there is a book named la maestra as well. im actually trying to read it online, its short. i cant find it though so if u do let me know
La maestra means 'teacher' in English.
La maestra enamorada - 1961 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:Atp
Nesty 'La Mente Maestra' was born on 1973-09-05.
The cast of La maestra - 1971 includes: Rosario Granados Enrique Lizalde
La maestra normal - 1996 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:13
The cast of Ang maestra - 1941 includes: Rogelio de la Rosa Rosa Del Rosario Sylvia La Torre
If you mean el maestro it means male teacher. But if you mean la maestra it means female teacher.
Well, of course the answer depends on who the teacher is and where she is from. But a possible answer would be: La maestra de español es la Señora López. Es de Guadalajara.
The teacher ( female)
It means The teacher of Spanish.
The science teacher. (female)
It means Whos is your teacher
The term is "la profesora" -- or "la maestra" for primary school teachers.
The cast of La maestra normal - 1996 includes: Lidia Catalano Carolina Fal Antonio Grimau Julieta Ortega Carolina Papaleo
What do you do when the teacher talks
IT CAN BE TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH AS FOLLOWED. As it is called master.
It means "The teacher likes to teach".
Translation: The teacher likes to teach.
La maestra te está enseñando sentarte.
El maestro / la maestra (profesor, a) dice...
If the teacher is well you'd say, "Ella esta bien."
The cast of La maestra inolvidable - 1969 includes: Victorio Blanco Aurora Clavel Rosa Furman as Bruja Cecilia Leger Eduardo MacGregor as Doctor Alicia Montoya as Sra. Andrade Enrique Rocha
La maestra (el maestro) da un examen en español.
Woman: la maestra/profesora delgada. Man: El maestro/profesor delgado.