Why spanish still coming to the US?
Latinos continue to come to the US for the same reasons Irish, Polish, German, Italian, and Scandinavian people came to the US. it offers a promish of a better future for themselves and their families.
¿Sí viene / vienen / vienes / venís? (mostly used in Spanish. This is standard Spanish)
The Spanish Are Coming! The Spanish Are Coming!
The US still has territories to manage.
Literal: Estas viniendo? Real: vienes conmigo(nosotros)? (Invitation: 'Are you coming with me (us)?'). Vas a venir, vendras?(in the future)
Yes, Guam and Puerto Rico are both still US Territories.
When the Spanish were coming they lit the beacons so everyone new that the spanish were coming
US involvement in Cuba dates back to the time of the Spanish American War, when Cuba was still a Spanish colony; that was around the end of the 19th century.
Beautiful Puerto Rico.
Spanish influenza was the flu that spread through America and became a pandemic in 1918. It killed scores of people world wide. It is believed today that it did originate in the US and the soldiers in WW1 got it at home and took it with them as they moved from place to place during the war. It was called Spanish flu because people incorrectly thought it began in Spain. During WW1 there was less… Read More
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Chardonnay is still the queen of the whites in the US Cabernet is still king. Merlot would be the prince coming in third.
No it was not, but the Philippine American War was.
McKinley was still the President and Commander in Chief.
i think it was he spanish when they came trough the west indies...... Conquistadors!
Guam an Puerto Rico are still both US Territories.
They still hold Guam and Puerto Rico as US Territories.
'llegando' = arriving 'viniendo'=coming
The Philippines which has since gained independence, but Guam and Puerto Rico are still US Territories.
The United States and Cuba were no longer allies after the Spanish American War. Today, Puerto Rico is still a US territory and they maintain a peaceful relationship.
¿A que hora vienes? At what hour are you coming
Yes, but it has been renamed to Realms of Revelation.
The Philippines which they kept as a Territory until after WW2 as well as Guam and Puerto Rico which are still US Territories.
Quien viene? = Who is coming? (La persona) que viene.... = (The person) who is coming....
Is it true that after the Spanish American War the Cubans thought that their liberators were still their friends?
Yes, there was a degree of US and Cuban unity.
Puerto Rican spoke, and still speak, Spanish.
Highly doubt it, but there's still a possibility depending on the popularity of the series.
That just a game that someone made up by part , it still fake but there Pokemon black and white
Yes, "Spanish" means "coming form Spain.
This is not Spanish. Meijer is a family name coming from Dutch.
Vas a venir?
The spanish flu virus is believed to have started in Asia like most of the flu viruses, and then made its way to the US where it may have mutated on the way to become the pandemic Spanish flu of 1918. During this time of WW1, as soldiers were coming back to the US from war zones across the world and others were being sent from the US into the war, the virus spread to… Read More
example : Are you coming to my house ? estas "viniendo" a mi casa?
It is one of many factors. Still, parents want the best for their children and a good education is one of them.
Todavía is the Spanish word for still as in "are you still here?"
Cuba and the Philippines are both former US Territories gained in the Philippine American War. The other two were Guam and Puerto Rico are still US Territories.
she is coming with us
no in Spanish is still no
If you are coming from abroad then yes, you still need your passport. The passport is a very important travel document which you should always carry when you travel in and out of the US.
¿Vas a salir?
No voy a venir.
By 15th century to 16th century Spanish explorers, started coming from Europe to the north America ( us ) If you need more, go to www.historylocal.com / Google.com
The word for stepmother in spanish is madrastra, coming from madre which means mother.
I believe Hawaii. While the USA does still own some territories that could change in coming years.
King Alfonso XIII was an early high-profile sufferer, though he survived. During WW1 news was not as easily obtained in most places as before the war, there was news still coming from Spanish newspapers at the time, however, and because the world learned more about the flu pandemic from those sources, it became to be known as the Spanish Flu. But it is believed to have actually more likely started in the US with its… Read More
"When are you coming back?" in Spanish is "¿Cuándo regresas?" It is pronounced "QUAN-doe ray-GRAY-sas". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Cuba which was quickly granted independence, Guam and Puerto Rico which are still US Territories in 2010 and the Philippines which became independent after WW2.
Yes Andrew Dice Clay is alive and well and still touring. I'm going to see him Friday night. And he has shows booked all across the US in the coming months.
she is Spanish but her family came from Spanish and she knows English but she is still Spanish