We will learn the colors in french.
In French a few colors have a form for the masculine and another for the feminine:
- Masculine: Vert
- Femenine: Verte
- Masculine: Bleu
- Femenine: Bleue
- Masculine: Brun
- Femenine: Brune
- Masculine: Blanc
- Femenine: Blanche
- Masculine: Noir
- Femenine: Noire
- Masculine: Gris
- Femenine: Grise
- Masculine: Violet
- Femenine: Violette
- Masculine: Grenat
- Femenine: Grenate
The following colors have the same word in masculine and feminine:
- Yellow: Jaune
- Indigo: Indigo
- Rouge: Red
- Pink: Rose
- Orange: Orange
The correct translation of and in spanish is Y.
Let’s see an example:
Me gusta el chocolate y las naranjas. – I like chocolate and oranges.
The translation of are in spanish is not easy as the verb to be is irregular.
Let’s see and example:
We are the best – Somos los mejores – Here the translation of are is somos.
You are the best – Eres el mejor – here the translation of are is eres.
In general the verb to be in spanish is as follows:
I am – Yo soy
You are – Tú eres
He is – Él es
She is – Ella es
We are – Nosotros somos
You are – Vosotros sois
They are – Ellos son
So we have used three different “are” in spanish: eres, somos y sois.
To say school in spanish we will use the word escuela.
If we are referring to high school we will say instituto
If we are referring to university we will write universidad.
To say when in spanish you can use the word cuando which can be in a question and also in an answer.
Let’s see an example:
Cuando te vas? which means when do you leave?
Me iré cuando acabe mi trabajo. I will leave when I finish my word
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In this article we will learn how to say the numbers in spanish.
First of all, the word numbers in spanish is números
Let's see the cardinal numbers in spanish. We will put the english numbers first and then the spanish version.
One – Uno
Two – Dos
Three – Tres
Four – Cuatro
Five – Cinco
Six – Seis
Seven – Siete
Eight – Ocho
Nine – Nueve
Ten – Diez
Eleven – Once
Twelve – Doce
Thirteen – Trece
Fourteen – Catorce
Fiveteen – Quince
Sixteen – Dieciséis
Seventeen – Diecisiete
Eighteen – Dieciocho
Nineteen – Diecinueve
Twenty – Veinte
Let’s see now the ordinal numbers in spanish.
First – Primero
Second – Segundo
Third – Tercero
Fourth – Cuarto
Fifth – Quinto
Sixth – Sexto
Seventh – Séptimo
Eight – Octavo
Ninth – Noveno
Tenth – Décimo
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In this article we will learn how to say at in spanish.
To say at in spanish we can use:
- a if where are referring to the preposition at. I am at home.
- Arroba if we want to refer to the @ symbol
In this article we will learn how to say thank you in greek.
To say thank you in greek we can use:
- Ευχαριστώ (Efharistó ) which mean thank you.
- Ευχαριστώ πολύ (Efharistó polí) which mean thank you very much
In this article we will learn how to say how much in spanish.
To say how much in spanish we can use:
- Cuanto which mean how much literally
- Cuanto vale which mean how much it costs
- Cuanto is also used to say how many, there is no difference in spanish between how much and how many.
In this article we will learn how to say goodbye in spanish.
To say goodbye in spanish we can use:
- Adios which is literally goodbye.
- Hasta luego which means see you soon.
- Nos vemos which means see you.
- Chao which is like the italian ciao, only used to say goodbye.
- Hasta la vista when you don’t expect to see the other person ever.