"You are boys."
Translation:Ustedes son niños.
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For when you are typing and don't have those neat little buttons. ;)
Alt + 170 / 0172 = ¬
Alt + 168 = ¿
Alt + 173 = ¡
Alt + 0225 = á
Alt + 0233 = é
Alt + 0237 = í
Alt + 0243 = ó
Alt + 0250 = ú
Alt + 0252 = ü
Alt + 164 .../... 0241 = ñ ../.. ñ ( the 0241 version is a little bit thinner )
Yeah this works only when you have a numeric keypad on the right.I don't have the numeric keypad.Any alternate ways to do this?
Is there a difference between usted es and ustedes? I get them mixed up when typing. Thanks.
"Usted es" means "You (singlular) are" while "Ustedes" means "You (plural)" and "Ustedes son" means "You (plural) are."
This is true, but only in Spanish from Spain (aka peninsular Spanish or European Spanish).
The word "vosotros" is not used in entire Latin America. There "ustedes" is used for both formal and familiar situations (even when talking to children).
Whether or not we use vosotros or usted depends on regional usage differences, not grammar. I would expect both to be correct!
I have been wondering: is "Uds." pronounced differently, or is it just a contraction visually of "ustedes"?
Boys can be understood as hombres or niños, which is why children is more appropriate as a translation to niños.
"Ustedes" is only "you all." You want "nosotros" for "we." Ustedes son ninos. Nosotros somos ninos.
isn't "ustedes" formal? How do you say "You are boys" if you don't want to be formal? "(Vosotros) sois ninos"? (sorry, dont have the special n on my keyboard)
In mexico, nobody uses vosotros. They use ustedes as both formal and informal "you" plural.
"vosotros" is only used in Spain. In Latino America, "ustedes" is used for all situations, both formal and familair.
Tu is for one person, this sentence is for you all (plural), thus Ustedes or vosotros in Spain.
ustedes is always with son. somos means we are and not all of you are.
Wait so when do you use 'son' instead of 'sommes' and 'sommes' instead of 'son'?
What is wrong with using eres? I realize it is informal but I use eres frequently!
(tú) eres is used when you is referring to one person. In this phrase "you are boys", you is referring to more than one person. In that case, you have to use (ustedes) son
You can also use vosotros sois (plural informal form of you are) instead of ustedes son
That means: "We are boys".
btw: it's niños, not ninos. press: ~ and n to get ñ
It really makes me confuesd about "son"."soy" and "somos",what's the difference among them?
What is d difference b/w ellos n uds. .xplain me why my answer is in correct???
I have a question. I have not been able to figure out when you son for are and when you somos for are. Can anyone explain it to me?
I am = yo SOY you are = tú ERES he/she is = él/ella ES we are = nosotros SOMOS you are = ustedes SON they are = ellos SON
I keep thinking that ustedes is they. whats the difference between usted and ustesdes?