el gusto es mío
Pleased to meet you, sir. – No, miss, the pleasure is mine.
The response to gracias that you’re most likely to use or hear is de nada (you’re welcome), or you could say, if appropriate, a tí (thank you). For greater emphasis you can use no hay de qué (don’t mention it).
= Nice to meet you. / Pleased to meet you. / It’s a pleasure to meet you.
It means “Where are you from?“
: of nothing : you’re welcome.
Cómo te llamas is answered with Yo me llamo… or Me llamo… [given name]. The phrase has been recorded in its current form in Spanish since at least the mid-1500s.
We ask ¿Dónde vives? meaning Where do you live? , and this refers to where your house is, where you are living, independently to where you come from originally. For example, we can answer to these two questions: Yo soy de España pero vivo en Inglaterra.
You can simply say, “Okay” or “Está bien”.
es·tá bien Interjection. Translate “está bien” to English: all right, it’s OK, OK, okay, that’s OK, alright, it’s all right, it’s okay, righto, that’s fine, all reat, all reet, all root, aw right, tickety-boo.
Senior Member. if someone says ‘buenas noches’ you should answer with the same sentence: ‘buenas noches’.
hearty or keen enjoyment, as in eating or drinking, or in action or speech in general: to dance with gusto. individual taste or liking: The boy is an imaginative charmer, with a gusto for storytelling. Archaic.
: until later : see you later.
British English: equally ADVERB /ˈiːkwəlɪ/ Equally means in sections, amounts, or spaces that are the same size as each other.
One is “¿Qué estás haciendo?” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish). The other one is “¿Qué hacés?”.
For example, if the child is 5 years old, he would answer your question by saying, Tengo cinco años. You can also say the age of another person, as in the answer to the question, ¿Cuántos años tiene tu hermana? If the child’s sister is 10 years old, he would answer your question by saying, Mi hermana tiene diez años.
If it is said as a greeting, for example someone entering the room and saying “Qué pasa?, it should be answered as if the person said “What’s up?”. They don’t really want to know what is up, they are just saying “Hi, how are you”. So, you can say “all good and you? ” = “todo bien y tú?”
Tú is less formal than usted. You use tú when you’re talking to someone of the same age, the same rank, or the same educational level. You can also use it when you want to express a certain level of intimacy with someone. Most adults address children using tú.
Hence, mi casa means my house, and su casa means your house said formally.
¡Bien! More Spanish words for Alright! Okay!, All right!, OK!, O.K.!, Okey!
Buenas noches is how you say goodnight in Spanish. However, it’s also how you say “good evening.” This is because in Spanish you have buenos días, buenas tardes, and buenas noches, while in English you have good morning, good afternoon, good evening, and goodnight.Oct 4, 2020
Está bien = it is good.
Definition of buenas noches
: good evening : good night.
Spanish. I am fine, how are you.
Still in singular. But when emitting a salutation, is the archaic form again: “buenas noches, buenos días, etc”. You can say “buena noche” to someone you cross at the hotel corridor and you don‘t know (May God grant you a good night, for example) but the plural form is the most usual one.
transitive verb. 1 : to pound mercilessly also : to hit with force clobber a home run. 2a : to defeat overwhelmingly. b : to have a strongly negative impact on businesses clobbered by the recession. c : to criticize harshly.
you’re welcome my pleasure in spanish
my pleasure in spanish feminine
the pleasure is mine in spanish
thank you my pleasure in spanish
how do you say pleasure in spanish
you’re welcome in spanish
no problem, it was my pleasure in spanish
my pleasure” in portuguese