Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Spanish"

The meaning of "Spanish" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Spanish is one of the ways that latin american countries bridge cultural gaps. mean?
A: It means that even though Latin American countries all have separate cultures, they share the language of Spanish. It acts as a common bond between them. In this example, it acts as a metaphorical bridge over a gap. It’s a way to visualize poetically how the language ties the countries together
Q: What does Spanish Sahara mean?
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Q: What does Spanish athlete mean?
A: It means a hispanic person who plays a sport
Q: What does Spanish people are great. But the food is so-so. (so-so) mean?
A: So-so means average.
Q: What does It never came true (Spanish or English) mean?
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Example sentences using "Spanish"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I've (Spanish translations please).
A: I've = contracción de I have (he + participio)

I've done my homework
He hecho mi tarea

I've visited London
He visitado Londres

I've bought a new jacket
He comprado una chaqueta nueva
Q: Please show me example sentences with Towards you. En Español In Spanish .
A: Toward you = hacia ti.
“I have good feelings toward you.” Así como en español, en inglés suena muy formal.

Synonyms of "Spanish" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Spanish and Spaniard ?
A: Spaniard is a noun ...a Spaniard
Spanish is an adjective ...a Spanish city
Q: What is the difference between Spanish language is a little complicated to you and Spanish language is a little complicated for you ?
A: There is no difference. In US dialogue, these two sentences mean the same.
Q: What is the difference between I'm Spanish too. and I'm also Spanish.

I think using 'too' is more casual and 'also' doesn't fit in this sentence, am I right? ?
A: there really isn't a difference, it's up to you. Although natives prefer to use too more than also
Q: What is the difference between Spanish (not the language) and Spaniard ?
A: "He is Spanish" can mean he is a person from Spain, but it could also mean that his first language is Spanish.
"He is a Spaniard." can only mean he is a person from Spain. It's also an older word. I don't think it's used very often in conversations anymore.
Q: What is the difference between Spanish native speakers and Native Spanish speakers ?
A: Hmm.. that depends. I am Spanish, but English is my native language. So, I am a Spanish native English speaker. :P

If you mean someone that speaks Spanish as their native language, then "native Spanish speaker" is best.

Translations of "Spanish"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello in Spanish?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I do not know where to go or........I do not know where go
I wonder if to learn Spanish or.........I wonder if learn spanish
I know how to solve the trouble or..........I know how solve/solving the trouble
A: I do not(or don't) know where to go.
I don't know whether or not to learn Spanish.
I know how to solve the problem.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I don't know" Spanish
plz post voice effect also thanks!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Spanish
A: Spanish. It is the same in English
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Spanish
A: Spanish

Other questions about "Spanish"

Q: Spanish is a very beautiful language but also a very difficult language does this sound natural?
A: "a very difficult one " sounds better
Q: we (Spanish speakers) have this word ''asi'' and means ''of this way'', ''like that'' is its translation according to a translator.My question is:

do you always use ''like that'' on this cases(where we use ''asi'')? or do i have to change ''that'' by ''this, those, these,her,me,them,etc''? (i know when using the previous words)

1)you have to dance like that/this(as i am dancing)
2)i'd like to date a woman like that/her(as my brother's date)
3)my daughter needs a pair of shoes like that/those/them
4)if you want to win you have to train like that/him(as your coach)
5)cut the leather like that/this (as i am doing)

I believe that to change ''that'' sounds better. don't it?
A: actually you what ,you can use whatever you like "that/these etc . because it has same meaning when it is a sentence
example :you could say both "cut the leather like that and cut the leather like this" both implies same meaning.
Q: Spanish is my mother tongue and I only had 60 points does this sound natural?
A: its hard to get what you mean.
if you took a test and got a 60.
Spanish is my mother tongue but i only got a 60.

if tats the case dont worry. spanish classes and actual spanish are completely different. most native speakers have no idea what an indefinite verb in the present tense is but are still native. gl miss!
Q: Spanish is more commonly than English in that country. does this sound natural?
A: Oops! “Spanish is more COMMON than English in that country” or “Spanish is SPOKEN more commonly than english in that country”
Q: Spanish founded their settlements in Florida in around 1500. does this sound natural?
A: Also, adding the word "the" before "Spanish" might make it sound more natural.

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