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  1. motricio profile image69
    motricioposted 8 years ago

    Welcome!
    If you want to learn Spanish here is the place.
    Post any thing you may want to learn about it!. If I can help you i would, or some other friends would! wink

    1. aware profile image67
      awareposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      whats damay termana mean?

      1. motricio profile image69
        motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        I'm sorry but damay termana doesn't sound like a Spanish sentence.
        Can you please verify, it could: dame y termina?
        neutral

  2. khawfash profile image55
    khawfashposted 8 years ago

    I want to learn these words, please, for starters:

    I
    Me
    My
    Mine
    You
    Yours
    He
    Him
    She
    Her
    His
    Hers
    They
    Them
    Theirs
    Our
    Ours
     
    Formulating sentences seems tricky.  It seems that Spanish is speaking in reverse compared to how I would say it in English.  What's the reason for this and what are the exceptions?

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I  =   Yo (Pronoun) [I am - Yo soy/ Yo estoy]
      Me  =   Yo (Pronoun) [And me - Y yo]
      My  =   Mio (Possessive pronoun) [My hand - Mi mano]
      Mine  = Mio (Possessive adjective) [This is mine - Esto es mio]
      You  =  Tu  (Pronoun) [You are - Tu eres/ Tu estas]
      Yours  =   Tuyo (Possessive adjective) [Your hand - Tu mano]
      He  =   El (Pronoun) [He is - El es/ El esta]
      Him  =   El (Pronoun) [I saw him - Lo vi a el/ Lo vi]
      She  =   Ella (Pronoun) [She is - Ella es/ Ella esta]
      Her  =   Ella(Pronoun) [I saw her - La vi a ella/ La vi ]
      His   =   El(Possessive pronoun) [His hand - La mano de el/ Su mano]
      Hers  =   De ella(Possessive pronoun) [Her hand - La mano de ella/ Su mano]
      They  =   Ellos(Pronoun) [They are - Ellos son/ Ellos estan]
      Them  =   Ellos(Pronoun) [I saw them - Los vi a ellos/ Los vi]
      Theirs  =   De ellos(Possessive adjective) [It was Theirs - Era de ellos]
      Our   =   Nuestro(Possessive pronoun) [Our future - Nuestro futuro]
      Ours  = Nuestro (Possessive adjective) [Is ours - Es nuestro]
      ------------------------------------------

      Hope you can understand this smile

      1. khawfash profile image55
        khawfashposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks, Motricio.  Yes, I understand it and will have more words for you tomorrow.  Goodnight, to you.

    2. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      mmm yes is reverse but only for questions.
      Grammar convection for a present tense sentence would be:
      [Noun]+[Verb in present]+[Complement]
      IE: You + are + a teacher
      Spanish: Tu + eres + un profesor

      But for questions:
      [Verb in present]+[noun]+[Complement]
      IE: Are + you + a teacher?
      Spanish: Tu eres un profesor?
      -Same grammar rule, pronunciation changes in Questioning intonation, but no change in structure.
      You could change structure as English, but it would sound rare.

  3. profile image0
    Brenda Durhamposted 8 years ago

    How do you say Christian
    Sinner
    God
    friend
    shut up
    and...
    please have the guts to speak English when you're talking about me

    lol

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Christian = Cristiano
      Sinner = Cantante
      God = Dios
      friend = Amigo
      shut up = Callate / Is not polite.
      please have the guts to speak English when you're talking about me
      -Por favor ten las agallas de hablar en español cuando estes hablando de mi.
      ---------------
      Hope it works for you wink

      1. profile image0
        Brenda Durhamposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Just now saw this.  Thank you.

        1. yvonne16 profile image60
          yvonne16posted 8 years agoin reply to this

          Thanks for posting these words in spanish. Just a bit of information, here in our country, most of those words are very much alike the way we say it in Filipino. One advantage of being colonized by Spaniards for almost 300 years is that we get to adopt most of their Spanish terms in our Filipino dialect.
          I myself thanked them so much because I get to learn to Speak Spanish from self study. It has not been very difficult for me because of some similarities on our language.

          Por eso en este momento, yo consigo la paga buena como un Filipina que es un español que habla a agente en un centro de la llamada.

          (That is why right now, I am getting good pay as a Filipina who is a Spanish speaking agent in a call center.)

          Que Dios te bendiga!

          1. motricio profile image69
            motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

            Hi there!
            Hope you are not talking about Trakfone Wireless, but a job is a job and we need to be thankful for it.
            Thanks for posting, and welcome to Hubpages.
            I'll be looking forward to read your first hub. smile

            1. yvonne16 profile image60
              yvonne16posted 8 years agoin reply to this

              Hi there!
              Hope you are not talking about Trakfone Wireless, but a job is a job and we need to be thankful for it.
              Thanks for posting, and welcome to Hubpages.
              I'll be looking forward to read your first hub.


              @ motricio..I already have some hubs here. I am working for another call center. It is a semi financial acocunt and I work as a bilingual agent. Good thing they have made this thread, i am learning a lot.

      2. profile image46
        JNosigliaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        sinner is "pecador" not cantante, that's singer

  4. mel22 profile image57
    mel22posted 8 years ago

    hilarious

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Persona divertida, de buen sentido del humor
      -Good to describe a very joyful company.

  5. chinweike profile image65
    chinweikeposted 8 years ago

    I equaly would love to speak spanish. The only word i understand in spanish is hola, which means hello

    1. profile image0
      cosetteposted 8 years agoin reply to this
      1. profile image0
        Denno66posted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Now, there's a song I can sink my teeth into. big_smile

      2. motricio profile image69
        motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        Me encanta la vaca
        -I love the cow!

          Moo moo Bambaaaaa ♫♪♫♪

    2. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thats great! We can't imagine so much things we can have saying Hola with a heart smile on our faces.

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    cosetteposted 8 years ago

    i love that song no matter how many times i hear it. it is very sweet smile

  7. heart4theword profile image79
    heart4thewordposted 8 years ago

    "Peace be with you!"  "May God continue to bless you and your family!"  "I will be praying for you!"

    I know I could look these up, yet since your offering some translation....GREAT!

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      -Que la paz este con ustedes
      -Que dios siga bendiciendote a ti y a tu familia
      -Voy a orar por ti

      That should be smile

  8. profile image0
    Denno66posted 8 years ago

    How bout?: I don't have enough money to buy these shots of Tequila? big_smile

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      jajaja
      -No tengo suficiente dinero para pagar/comprar estos tragos de tequila.

      ----Hope you are not that kind of drinkers. :p

  9. DogSiDaed profile image55
    DogSiDaedposted 8 years ago

    Hola, no hablo much espanol, pero creo este es corecto...
    Me llamo Elliot y tengo dieciocho anos, errmm ok that's it xD

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      jeje yes indeed it is, wink

  10. avangend profile image58
    avangendposted 8 years ago

    Adonde eres? Soy solamente un estudiante de espanol. Americano: por favor, no reias. Habia tomado clases por seis anos que, en realidad, tuvieron poco util. Pero me ayuda mucho leer el primer libro de "Harry Potter" en espanol el verano pasado - entendia todas cuando yo estaba terminado. Libros son buenos para muchas cosas, no?

    1. prettydarkhorse profile image63
      prettydarkhorseposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Vivo en Dallas, Texas, en America, Bueno, soy alegro porque you intiendes espanol, otro tu eres estudiante,Bravo hehe

    2. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      jeje nice!

  11. dyesebel10 profile image70
    dyesebel10posted 8 years ago

    como estas?
    como se llama?
    muy bien
    gracias
    buenos dias
    buenas tarde
    buenas noche
    mi amor
    yo te amo

    1. prettydarkhorse profile image63
      prettydarkhorseposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      como se llama? Maita
      muy bien  Y tu, and you
      gracias, muy bien gracias, Thanks also
      buenos dias, buenas dias otro, Good day also??
      buenas tarde, buenas tardes otro, Good afternoon also?
      buenas noche, beunas noches otro, Good night also?
      mi amor, Nada zero, Amo Hubpages, I love Hubpages?
      yo te amo, Yo te amo tambien
      , I love you also,

      Am I correct hehe

      1. motricio profile image69
        motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        jajajaja Maita have a love!

  12. TLMinut profile image61
    TLMinutposted 8 years ago

    Quisiero saber como decir:

    Tell me
    Give it to me

    I get them mixed up.

  13. motricio profile image69
    motricioposted 8 years ago

    See u tomorrow people! love ya' all.

  14. mega1 profile image78
    mega1posted 8 years ago

    moo moo mamba!  yo me gusto mucho el vaco!

    gracias, Motricio para este!

    no me entiendo todo de espanol, pero si estudio mas, un dia entiendo todo!  todo~!


    big_smile:

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      jeje Good to see you try it! Besos Mega wink

      1. mega1 profile image78
        mega1posted 8 years agoin reply to this

        besimos mi ami

  15. khawfash profile image55
    khawfashposted 8 years ago

    Motricio, here are some more words I want to know how to say in Spanish.  And please use each one in a sentence for me like you did before.  That's very helpful.  Thanks.


    A
    Have
    Can
    Can not
    Did
    Did not
    Do
    Do not
    Not
    Will
    Will not
    Maybe
    Stop
    Go
    Now
    Then
    Here
    There
    Come
    Stay
    Over
    Should
    Should not
    Could not
    Would
    Would not
    Better

    1. IzzyM profile image89
      IzzyMposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Stop   pare
      Go     ire
      Now    ahorra
      Then   entonces
      Here   aqui
      There  alli
      Come   ven
      Stay   ?
      Over    ?
      Should  ?
      Should not  no ?
      Could not   no ?
      Would    ?
      Would not  ?
      Maybe    es posible
      Better   mejor
      A        uno, una, un
      Have     tener, v to have, tengo, I have
      Can      puede
      Can not  no puede
      Did      hecho
      Did not  no hecho
      Do       hacer, v to do, to make
      Do not   no hace
      Not      no?
      Will     ?
      Will not ?

      bit of guesswork there. I'm not fluent.

      MORTICIO!!! JOB FOR YOU!!!

  16. motricio profile image69
    motricioposted 8 years ago

    wow yikes that's a long list
    Let me get home, after work I'll get you that wink

  17. motricio profile image69
    motricioposted 8 years ago

    Thnx Izzy. When I get home i'll add the remaining ones and the examples smile

  18. motricio profile image69
    motricioposted 8 years ago

    Stop   (Verb: To stop) parar/detener [Stop the car - Deten el carro]
    Go     (Verb: To go) Ir [I go on Tuesdays - Yo voy los martes]
    Now    (Time adverb) Ahora [I need it now - Lo necesito ahora]
    Then   (Time adverb) Entonces [And then it stopped - Y entonces se detuvo ]
    Here   (Place adjective) Aqui [Here it is - Aqui esta]
    There  (Place adjective) Alli/Alla [There it is - Alli/alla esta]
    Come   (Verb: to come) Venir [Come here Ana - Ven aca Ana]
    Stay   (Verb: to stay) Quedar [Stay here Ana - Quedate aqui Ana]

    Over   (Different uses, 1st to start: time adverb)
            Acabado/terminado/culminado
        -> [Is over - Se acabo/termino]

    Should  (Unreal tense/Conditional) Debería
            [Should i go - Debería ir?/Sera que voy?/Suppositions]

    Should not  (Unreal tense/Conditional-Negative form) Verbo+[ía]
            [Or should i not? - O no debería ir?/Suppositions]

    Could  (Unreal tense/Conditional-Permission ask) Podría/pudiera
            [Could i go? - Podría ir?/Permission ask]

       -> + Should [If i could go, I should ask Ana now]
            [Si pudiera ir, debería preguntale a Ana ahora]

    For the remaining ones I think it should work
    But I recommend you to stick to the conjugation table for the present  tense first, because if you mess tenses uses, you would get confused when you need to speak.
    Conjugation table will teach when to use verbs termination and you will learn also to differentiate between a regular verb and the irregular verbs, this is very important thing as it is in English also for Spanish.
    Start with verb To Be in present tense, is the most used in both

  19. Beth100 profile image71
    Beth100posted 8 years ago

    You're doing an excellent job Motricio!! I'll be learning more from you!!! smile

  20. GoldiString profile image60
    GoldiStringposted 8 years ago

    Here's a little Spanish I know - way back college.

    Me gustan Margarita y Jose Cuervo. Y usted? Jack Daniels? Hik.

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      -Hi Goldi, I see you like tequila wink. I like Vodka cool

  21. aefrancisco profile image65
    aefranciscoposted 8 years ago

    thanks motricio - just wat i need smile

    -

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You're welcome! smile

  22. Alessia Amnesia profile image52
    Alessia Amnesiaposted 8 years ago

    I have a question. Why is it that people who speak Spanish always put an upside down exclamation mark or an upside down question mark in front of sentences?

    Example: ¡Buenas noches!
    Example: ¿Cómo estás?

    Just something I always wondered, thanks smile

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Alessia is a gramar rule for Spanish
      In exclamation grammar and also questions, you need to use opening and closing.
      English doesn't aply that grammar rule, we can use only a closing.
      - IE: Any other questions?, ¿Alguna otra pregunta?
      wink

  23. Stevennix2001 profile image90
    Stevennix2001posted 8 years ago

    how do you say, "I miss you" in spanish?  or better yet

    "to my valentine in spanish?" lol.

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      - I miss you: Te extraño, Me haces falta.
      - To my valentine: Para mi enamorada, mi amor.

      Hope it works for you Steve.

      1. Stevennix2001 profile image90
        Stevennix2001posted 8 years agoin reply to this

        thanks.  gracious mi amigo.  did i say that right?

  24. Flightkeeper profile image69
    Flightkeeperposted 8 years ago

    I'd like to know how to say "Where's the best place to get a margarita, where only locals go?" in spanish.

    1. motricio profile image69
      motricioposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      - En donde puedo encontrar el mejor sitio para tomarme una margarita.
      - Where only locals go?: Did you mean girls? big_smile If so:
      Donde van las chicas del lugar

  25. Stevennix2001 profile image90
    Stevennix2001posted 7 years ago

    What does this comment mean? i can't read spanish, so it would be huge help if someone could translate for me.




    In spanish:

    Me da muchísima pena con su comentario tan fuerte, se supone que entre gustos no hay disgustos y veo que arremetes y atacas de forma grosera a un personaje del cómic.

    Espero que lo analices desde otro punto de vista.

    Cuando ellos hicieron los esfuerzos en realizar comics, dibujos animados y hasta producción de cine y televisión acerca de Supergirl, ¿no le parece que esos esfuerzos no valen nada?

    1. pilesnoway profile image61
      pilesnowayposted 7 years agoin reply to this

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