Spanish To English Part 1

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Questions: 31 | Attempts: 118

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Fill in the English meaning. Add familiar or formal to the end when needed. Example answer: How are you? Formal

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Buenos días

    The given phrase "Buenos días" is Spanish for "Good morning." Therefore, the correct answer is "Good morning."

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    Buenas tardes

    The given phrase "Buenas tardes" is a Spanish greeting which translates to "Good afternoon" in English. This is a common way to greet someone during the afternoon hours.

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    Buenas noches

    The given phrase "Buenas noches" is in Spanish and translates to "Good evening" in English. Therefore, the correct answer is "Good evening."

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    "Goodbye" is the correct answer because it is the English translation of the Spanish word "Adiós". When saying goodbye to someone in Spanish, it is common to use the word "Adiós". Therefore, "Goodbye" is the appropriate translation in this context.

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    Buenas noches

    The given Spanish phrase "Buenas noches" translates to "Good night" in English. This phrase is commonly used to bid someone farewell or to wish them a restful evening before going to sleep.

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    Hasta luego

    The phrase "Hasta luego" is a common Spanish expression that translates to "See you later" in English. It is used to bid farewell to someone with the intention of meeting again in the near future. Therefore, the given answer is correct as it accurately conveys the meaning of "Hasta luego" in English.

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    Hasta mañana

    The phrase "See you tomorrow" is the correct answer because it is the appropriate translation of the Spanish phrase "Hasta mañana." Both phrases convey the same meaning, which is a farewell to someone with the expectation of seeing them the next day.

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    ¿Cómo estás?

    The given correct answer is "How are you? familiar". This is because the question "¿Cómo estás?" in Spanish translates to "How are you?" in English. The word "familiar" indicates that the translation is in the familiar form, which is used when addressing someone you are familiar with or have a close relationship with.

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    ¿Cómo está usted?

    The given answer is correct because "¿Cómo está usted?" is a formal way of asking "How are you?" in Spanish. It is used when addressing someone in a respectful or formal manner, such as in professional settings or with people you are not familiar with.

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    ¿Qué tal?

    The correct answer is "How is it going?" because it is a direct translation of the Spanish phrase "¿Qué tal?" Both phrases are commonly used as a casual greeting to ask about someone's well-being or current situation.

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    Más o menos

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    Muy bien

    The phrase "Muy bien" is Spanish and translates to "Very well" in English. This phrase is commonly used to express satisfaction or approval with something. Therefore, the correct answer is "Very well" as it accurately translates the given phrase.

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    ¿Y tú?

    The given answer "And you? familiar" is incorrect. The phrase "And you? familiar" does not make grammatical sense in this context. It seems like a combination of two different phrases, "And you?" which is a common way to ask someone about themselves, and "familiar" which means to be acquainted or familiar with something. However, these two phrases do not fit together in a meaningful way.

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    ¿Y usted?

    This is the correct answer because it accurately translates the phrase "¿Y usted?" into English as "And you? formal." The phrase is commonly used in formal situations to ask someone how they are or what their opinion is. It shows politeness and acknowledges the formal nature of the conversation.

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    ¿Qué pasa?

    The given question "¿Qué pasa?" is a Spanish phrase that translates to "What's up?" in English. This is a common informal greeting used to ask someone how they are doing or what is currently happening in their life. It is a casual way to initiate a conversation and inquire about the person's well-being or any interesting events taking place.

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    Thank you

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    The word "perdón" in Spanish translates to "excuse me" in English. It is used to apologize or to get someone's attention politely. Therefore, the correct answer is "excuse me".

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  • 23. 

    Tomar asiento

    The phrase "Tomar asiento" is in Spanish and it translates to "Take a seat" in English. This phrase is commonly used to invite someone to sit down or to indicate that a seat is available for someone. Therefore, the correct answer is "Take a seat."

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  • 24. 

    Abrir sus libros

    The phrase "abrir sus libros" is a command in Spanish, which translates to "open your books" in English. The verb "abrir" means "to open" and "sus" is the possessive pronoun "your" in the plural form. Therefore, the correct answer is "Open your books."

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    Suca tu portátil

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    Leer las paginas

    The given question is incomplete and does not provide any information or context. However, based on the provided statement "Leer las paginas" which translates to "Read the pages" in English, the correct answer is "Read the pages". This answer aligns with the given statement and is a logical response to it.

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    ¿De dónde eres?

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    ¿De dónte es?

    The question is asking about the origin or nationality of a person. The correct answer restates the question and asks about the person's place of origin.

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    ¿De dónde es usted?

    This question is asking about the origin or nationality of the person being addressed, using the formal form of "you" ("usted"). The correct answer simply restates the question in English, "Where are you from? formal," indicating that the person should respond with their place of origin or nationality in a polite and formal manner.

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  • 30. 

    Soy de

  • 31. 

    Es de

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