- 1 How do you say in Spanish What’s your age?
- 2 How do you say your age is formal in Spanish?
- 3 What is called running age?
- 4 Do you use ser for age?
- 5 How old are you or what is your age?
- 6 How do you respond to Como Eres?
- 7 How old is French?
- 8 What are the Spanish numbers?
- 9 What is a Viejito?
- 10 Is there a such thing as old Spanish?
How do you say in Spanish What’s your age?
¿Cuál es tu/su edad? – What’s your age? ¿Cuántos años tienes/tiene? – How old are you? ¿Qué edad tienes? – How old are you?
How do you say your age is formal in Spanish?
To say an age, you use tener (number) años, putting the correct number for the person’s age before the word años.
What is called running age?
The current age you go through is called the running age!! But your age is, 18. Because you have completed 18 years.
Do you use ser for age?
Situation 12: Talking about being young. In this case you use verb SER when you want to say that the person is actually young. My grandfather is young for his age. Mi abuelo está joven para su edad.
How old are you or what is your age?
1 Answer. “How old are you?” is the most common way of asking for someone’s age (at least in Australia). The latter certainly sounds very formal and would usually be found on government forms and possibly used verbally in formal situations.
How do you respond to Como Eres?
¿Cómo Eres? For example, a person could respond with: Yo soy alto (I am tall) Yo soy rubio (I am blonde)
How old is French?
To answer, saying how old you are, you begin with j’ai followed by your age, for example, J’ai 22 ans. In French, the verb avoir is always used when saying how old someone is.
What are the Spanish numbers?
These you do need to memorize, and the numbers from one to ten are as follows: uno (1), dos (2), tres (3), cuatro (4), cinco (5), seis (6), siete (7), ocho (8), nueve (9), and diez (10).
What is a Viejito?
Mexican Spanish, from Spanish, little old men, plural of viejito old man, diminutive of viejo old man, from viejo, adjective, old, from Latin vetulus, from vetus old.
Is there a such thing as old Spanish?
Old Spanish, also known as Old Castilian (Spanish: castellano antiguo; Old Spanish: romance castellano [roˈmantse kasteˈʎano]) or Medieval Spanish (Spanish: español medieval), was originally a dialect of Vulgar Latin spoken in the former provinces of the Roman Empire that provided the root for the early form of the