What is the polite way to say your in Spanish?
Both su and tu are possessive pronouns or determiners that can mean “your.” However, that doesn’t make them interchangeable. The difference is the same as the difference between tú and usted. Tú is the informal or familiar way of saying “you” (singular), while usted is the formal way.
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!
How do you say you in a formal way?
As far as I know, you actually is the formal, originally plural version (ye/you/your) and thou was the informal version (thou/thee/thy/thine).
What is your name in Spa?
What’s your name? = ¿Cómo te llamas?
What is happening in Spanish slang?
¿Qué pasa? is probably the most common way to say What’s up?, though there are many other ways you can say it. Check out the table below for more options! ¿Qué tal?
Which is more formal Túusted?
Usted is the more formal version. It’s used when referring to someone who is an acquaintance, of a higher status, or even simply just older. Tú is informal. Think of it as a casual use of the word “you”.
How do you spell I in Spanish?
Below you’ll find all 27 letters of the abecedario and their names, along with an example word for each.
What’s in a (Letter) Name?
|Letter||Spanish Name(s)||Example Word|
|i||i or i latina||iniciar (to begin)|
|j||jota||jajajear (to laugh)|
How do you formally ask where are you from in Spanish?
You can say: ¿De dónde eres? ¿De dónde eres tú? ¿De dónde es?