- 1 How do you say right in Spanish slang?
- 2 How do you say right in driving in Spanish?
- 3 What are the 4 words for ours in Spanish?
- 4 How do you say immediately in Spanish?
- 5 What are Mexican slang words?
- 6 How do you say money in Spanish slang?
- 7 What is the difference between derecha and derecho?
- 8 What is Sueno?
- 9 What is no’s?
How do you say right in Spanish slang?
Correcto or correcta means “right” as in “correct”. For example, “tu respuesta es correcta” means “your answer is correct.”
How do you say right in driving in Spanish?
- Left: la izquierda.
- Right: la derecha.
- Take Note!
- Gira a la derecha.
- Está allí a la izquierda.
- Straight: recto, derecho.
- Back: atrás.
- In contrast to using a la for “left” and “right” in Spanish, you don’t use it for “straight” and “back.”
What are the 4 words for ours in Spanish?
Spanish translation of ‘ours’
- (referring to singular possession) (el/la) nuestro (nuestra)
- (referring to plural possession) (los/las) nuestros (nuestras)
- this house is ours esta casa es nuestra.
- a friend of ours un amigo nuestro.
- your car is much bigger than ours vuestro coche es mucho más grande que el nuestro.
How do you say immediately in Spanish?
In Spanish ‘immediately’ is inmediatamente (pronounced een-may-DYAH-tah-mayn-tay) or de inmediato (pronounced day een-may-DYAH-toh).
What are Mexican slang words?
11 Mexican Slang Words Only the Locals Know
- Pendejo. One of the most used slang words in Mexico is calling someone a ‘pendejo’.
- Güey. Güey, sometimes spelled in the way it is pronounced as ‘wey’, means “mate” and is used all the time in Mexican Spanish.
- Chido & Padre.
- Buena Onda.
- La Neta.
How do you say money in Spanish slang?
If you want to say the word for “money” in Spanish, you would generally say “dinero” or “el dinero.” However, a fairly common slang term for money is “ plata.” And you can easily find a few dozen other terms across the Spanish-speaking world.
What is the difference between derecha and derecho?
‘Derecho’ and ‘Derecha’ Explained El derecho is never a term of direction and is used to refer to something that is due a person according to law, moral principle or custom — in other words, a right. La derecha refers to something that is on the right (opposite of left) side.
What is Sueno?
This week’s Spanish word of the week is sueño NOUN sleep; dream.
What is no’s?
plural of No.: a short form of “numbers”: The same point applies to nos. 6