How is your day going Spanish?

How is your day going Spanish?

¿Qué tal tu día? How’s your day going? ¿Qué tal el día? How’s it going?

How was your day beautiful Spanish?

“how was your day, beautiful?” | Spanish Translator. “¿cómo fue tu día, hermoso?”

How do we say in Spanish What’s Up What’s happening?

See Google Translate’s machine translation of ‘What’s happening?’ ….What’s happening?

Principal Translations
Inglés Español
What’s happening? expr informal (greeting) (coloquial) ¿qué tal? loc interj
¿qué hay? loc interj
¿cómo va? loc interj

How is your day going reply?

Or, other replies are~ (How’s your day) “It’s been great, and yours?” “It’s been good, yours?” (How’s it going) “I’m well, how about you?” “It’s going great, what about you?” ^ these are all happy/positive replies, but you can also say “I’ve had better days” or “It’s not been great..”

How do you ask someone how’s their day?

Questions to Ask Instead of ‘How Was Your Day? ‘

  1. What was the best part of your day?
  2. Did anything surprise you today?
  3. Did you read/listen to anything interesting today?
  4. Did you take any photos today?
  5. How can I make your day easier in five minutes?
  6. What did you do that was just for you today?

How do you respond to what’s up flirty?

11 Flirty Responses to “What’s Up?”

  1. Better now that I’m hearing from you!
  2. Feeling pretty beautiful/handsome today, but not as beautiful/handsome as you are!
  3. I’m really busy, but counting down the hours until (insert the date when you’ll see them again).
  4. I was just thinking of you and wondering how you look today.

What El gusto es mio mean?

the pleasure is mine. Pronunciation. el gusto es mío(

How do I respond to Como estas?

When someone asks you ¿Cómo estás? If you feel alright, you say estoy bien; you could also say, estoy muy bien, to give more emphasis, which means “very good” or “very well.” You can also add one extra word, gracias, meaning “thanks”, and estoy bien, gracias; it means “I’m fine, thank you.” 2.

What is El Jefe?

El Jefe (f. La Jefa) is a Spanish term meaning “the chief” or “the boss” and may refer to: “El Jefe”, a less-common nickname for former Cuban President Fidel Castro (deriving from his title as Comandante en Jefe or “Commander-in-Chief” of the Cuban Armed Forces)

How do you Say Your Day was good in Spanish?

Method 1 of 3: Saying “Good Morning”

  • Method 2 of 3: Greeting Specific People
  • Method 3 of 3: Using Other Morning Greetings
  • How do you say when are you going in Spanish?

    Spanish words for where are you going include adónde vas and ¿a dónde vas. Find more Spanish words at!

    How do you say a typical day in Spanish?

    The first thing,of course,is prosciutto.

  • Aceitunas – olives — are again unique to Spain (as a kid I hated olives except those in Spain).
  • As a tapa,eat a piece of tortilla de patata .
  • For a refreshing soup have gazpacho .
  • Spain has super wines and some “house” wines are spectacular – but some are undrinkable!!
  • How do you say enjoy your day in Spanish?

    you will say “¡Disfruta! (tú) or ¡Disfrute! (usted)” If you mean enjoy as in a meal, you would say “Buen provecho” in Latin America and “Que aproveche” in Spain. Aprovechar as a verb doesn’t mean to enjoy, it means to take advantage or make the most of. 2.2K views