- 1 How do you say family in Spanish familia?
- 2 How do you list family members in Spanish?
- 3 What is another way to say 4/15 in Spanish?
- 4 How do you introduce yourself in Spanish?
- 5 Is family in Spanish feminine?
- 6 What do Spanish call their parents?
- 7 What do you call your family members?
- 8 How do you say 7pm in Spanish?
- 9 How do you do possessives in Spanish?
- 10 How do you use Tu and Su in Spanish?
- 11 What are the four ways to say you in Spanish?
How do you say family in Spanish familia?
nuestra familia – “our family”
How do you list family members in Spanish?
Following are the names for the most common relatives and some of the uncommon ones:
- Padre: father.
- Madre: mother.
- Hermano: brother.
- Hermana: sister.
- Suegro: father-in-law.
- Suegra: mother-in-law.
- Cuñado: brother-in-law.
- Cuñada: sister-in-law.
What is another way to say 4/15 in Spanish?
04:15 h. Son las cinco menos cuarto. Son las cinco menos quince. Son las cuatro y cuarenta y cinco.
How do you introduce yourself in Spanish?
- The most common way to introduce yourself in Spanish is to say “Me llamo” followed by your name.
- Alternatives include “Mi nombre es” or “Soy” followed by your name.
- “Hola” can be used for either “hi” or “hello.”
Is family in Spanish feminine?
For the purpose of describing your family in Spanish, you need to know that words for family members that end in the letter -A such as “Mamá, Nieta, Hija” and “ Abuela” are considered feminine nouns, whereas the ones ending in -O like “Abuelo, Nieto, Hijo” and “Tío” are masculine nouns.
What do Spanish call their parents?
In Spain we use “madre” and “padre” when you refer to your parents (or somebody else’s parents).
What do you call your family members?
Your family members are also called your relatives. You have an immediate or nuclear family and an extended family. Your immediate family includes your father, mother and siblings. Your sibling is your brother or sister.
How do you say 7pm in Spanish?
In most Spanish speaking places it would be:
- Siete y treinta or siete y media de la noche.
- In other places where the difference of day light time is greater (Away from the equator), then:
- Siete y treinta or siete y media de la tarde When applies. ( Winter, Fall, Spring, Summer)
- You can also say or write, 7:30 p.m.
How do you do possessives in Spanish?
The Spanish possessive adjectives are:
- mi/tu/su/nuestro/vuestro/su with a masculine singular noun.
- mi/tu/su/nuestra/vuestra/su with a feminine singular noun.
- mis/tus/sus/nuestros/vuestros/sus with a masculine plural noun.
- mis/tus/sus/nuestras/vuestras/sus with a feminine plural noun.
How do you use Tu and Su in Spanish?
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- Tu is the possessive used with tú: Es tu perro. / (Tú) tienes un perro. (It’s your dog. You have a dog.)
- Su is the possessive used with usted (the formal you): Es su perro. / (Usted) tienes un perro.
What are the four ways to say you in Spanish?
You can say tú, usted, ustedes, vos or vosotros. And they all mean the same thing: You!