- How do you respond to que hace?
- How do you respond to Hola Que Pasa?
- Is Que tal used in Mexico?
- Is Que tal formal or informal?
- What’s the difference between Que Pasa and Que paso?
- What is the meaning of Que Onda?
- What does que mean?
- How do you respond to Mucho Gusto?
- How do you do reply answer?
- How do you answer what’s up in Spanish?
- What is the best reply to what’s up?
- How are you doing formal reply?
- How are you feeling now reply?
- How do you respond to LOL?
- Is Que pasa a greeting?
How do you respond to que hace?
So a nice way to respond to “qué haces” could be “esperando que me hables, amorsito”..
How do you respond to Hola Que Pasa?
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?”
Is Que tal used in Mexico?
In Mexico, ¿Qué tal? means “What’s happening?” or “What’s up?” as opposed to “How are you?” or “How are things going?” as you may have learned in your Spanish textbook or class. So, it’s much more casual than the same phrase would be in other dialects of Spanish.
Is Que tal formal or informal?
¿Qué tal? is used in both, informal and formal situations, so you can greet an elderly person with ¿qué tal?
What’s the difference between Que Pasa and Que paso?
I have been working around Mexicans for about 5 years now and as I understand it, when I say Que Pasa, the person answers me as if I am literally asking them “What is going on”. They use Que Paso as a greeting to say “What’s up” without it being a question.
What is the meaning of Que Onda?
What wave”¿Qué onda?” It’s a common question in Mexico and elsewhere in the Spanish-speaking world. It’s even a common greeting. If you took it literally, the question sounds like “What wave?” -since “qué” (with an accented é) means “what” and “onda” means “wave,” technically speaking.
What does que mean?
The word que is a very common word in Spanish, Portuguese, and French. It variously acts as a type of conjunction or a pronoun meaning “that,” “who,” or “which.”
How do you respond to Mucho Gusto?
Instead of saying “adios” to someone who you just met, you can simply say “mucho gusto!” And if you are wondering how to respond to “mucho gusto”, the best answer is “igualmente” o “mucho gusto también”.
How do you do reply answer?
The correct response is simply to repeat the question “How do you do?” or to say “Nice to meet you”. In less formal gatherings you would simply say “Hello” when introduced to another person. “How are you?” is a polite enquiry after the health of someone you know or have at least met before.
How do you answer what’s up in Spanish?
9 Answers. ¿Qué pasa? normally means What’s up? Unless you look in pain or it looks as though something unusual is going on, “¿Qué pasa?” is more like a rhetorical question.
What is the best reply to what’s up?
“What’s up” is another way of asking “How are you” and “what’s going on”. To reply, you can usually start the conversation with something interesting that’s happened since you last spoke, or, if nothing interesting has happened you can simply say “not much, what’s up with you?”.
How are you doing formal reply?
The most common way of greeting someone both at an informal level and more formally would be: Hello! How are you? to which the standard reply is: Very well, thank you. or: Fine, thank you.
How are you feeling now reply?
You can just say, “I’m good.” What if I am sick and someone asks about my condition? Tell them how you are currently feeling. For example, you might say, “I was feeling very ill yesterday, but I’m better today, thank you for asking.”
How do you respond to LOL?
Does the person recognize that “lol” doesn’t necessarily hold any informational value, beside acknowledgement of the previous statement? If so, they still hold responsibility to respond to your statement, and a “:P” will be a proper counter-response that thanks them for their “lol” and responds politely in kind.
Is Que pasa a greeting?
2 Answers. I use “qué pasa” as more of a greeting. … It’s a super informal way to greet a friend. But, you can also ask someone this if they look sad or hurt, and you want to know why.