What mas o menos mean?
What mas o menos mean?
more or less
How do you use Aquel in Spanish?
If the object is a little farther away from you, use the second line: ese or esa (plural: esos or esas). And if the object is not in your general vicinity, use the last line: aquel or aquella (plural: aquellos or aquellas).
What does menos mean in Spanish time?
If you want to express the time after half past the hour, use menos (less) + the number of the following hour to express the time before the next hour (after half past the hour). Son las cinco menos veinte.
What is ESE in Mexican slang?
= dude, bro, homie. Ese. is also the singular masculine form of the Spanish demonstrative pronoun meaning this, as well as a letter in the Spanish alphabet. As a term of address, this term was popularized in Spanish-speaking regions of the United States.
Is Este masculine or feminine?
Because Spanish indicates the gender as well as the number of the noun being modified by an adjective, demonstrative adjectives have masculine and feminine forms. The Spanish word for “this” has a feminine form (esta) and a masculine form (este).
What are medias in English?
noun. a plural of medium. (usually used with a plural verb) the means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, magazines, and the internet, that reach or influence people widely: The media are covering the speech tonight.
What is a calcetines?
el calcetines (medias) the socks. socks [the ~] noun.
Is calcetines masculine or feminine?
That’s for a feminine noun, like “medias”, but “calcetines” is masculine noun.
What are demonstrative adjectives in Spanish?
The demonstrative adjectives or determiners of Spanish — este, ese, and aquel along with their plural and feminine forms — are used in much the same was as “this,” “that,” “these,” and “those” are used as adjectives or determiners in English.
What is the difference between ESE and ESA?
2 Answers. “Ese” and “esa” are the masculine and feminine forms for “that” To say “those” you change “ese” to “esos” and esa to “esas” Note the change from “e” to “o” “Ese/esos.””
How do you respond to Hasta manana?
3 Answers. You can say, “¡Nos vemos!” It means, “See you later!” You can use, “Nos vemos,” with pretty much any friend or family member if you are going to see that person within the following week or so.
What are the Spanish demonstrative pronouns?
Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns in Spanish – When to Use & What are the differences?
- Demonstrative Adjectives.
- Este (masc), esta (fem) = this.
- Estos (masc), estas (fem) = these.
- Ese (masc), esa (fem) = that.
- Esos (masc), esas (fem) = those.
- Aquel (masc), aquella (fem) = that.
- Aquellos (masc), aquellas (fem) = those.
What is meaning of hasta luego?
until later : see you later
Is pantalones masculine or feminine?
2 Answers. No. Pantalón is a masculine noun.
How do you respond to Que tal?
2 Answers. Bien, bien,¿ y usted/tu? Muy bien, gracias, is the straightforward reply and as Annie says it is polite to ask how they are. You could also say ‘genial’ or if your feeling out of sorts ‘asi, asi’ [so, so] The last two answers are to someone who is interested in how you feel ie a friend.