How do you tell someone where you are from in Spanish?
When someone asks in Spanish ¿De dónde eres?
(Where are you from?), the most common replies are: Soy de means ‘I am from ‘ This is the most common way to say where you are from in Spanish.
How do you ask where someone lives in Spanish?
How to Say Where Do You Live in Spanish –
Where are you from in Spanish formal and informal?
“You” in Spanish
|Pronoun||Number and Formality||Where It’s Used|
|usted||singular and formal||used in most Spanish-speaking countries|
|vosotros||plural and informal||used in Spain|
|ustedes||plural and formal or informal||used in all Spanish-speaking countries|
2 more rows
How do you ask someone’s name in Spanish?
the equivalent for “name” in spanish is “nombre”. so, in a literal way we can ask other ‘s name by just asking ” ¿Qué es tu nombre? = what is your name?”. but there is a common expression in spanish language that is used in such situation, that is, using the “llamarse”= To be called”.
How do you respond to De donde eres?
Your comment on this answer:
De donde eres? means: Where are you from or what is your origin in Spanish?
What day is jueves?
How do you ask in Spanish do you speak English?
How to Ask “Do You Speak English” in Spanish –
What is your phone number Spanish?
My phone number is 778-778-7778. Text me! Mi número es 778-778-7778. ¡Mándame mensaje!
What does has mean in Spanish?
The Spanish word -has- means have and is a form of haber not tener as you were previously advised. –
What are the four ways to say you in Spanish?
“You” in Spanish
|Pronoun||Number and Formality|
|vos||singular and formal or informal|
|usted||singular and formal|
|vosotros||plural and informal|
|ustedes||plural and formal or informal|
1 more row
Is Hola formal or informal?
“Hello” in Spanish: ¡Hola!
This is the absolute basic greeting you need to know in Spanish and it can be used to salute any person regardless of the circumstance: formal or informal.
Is Eres formal or informal?
Eres is used for more permanent situations and estás is used in more temporary situations. Sjlkh is correct in saying the está and es are used for formal situations and tú and estás are used for informal situations.