I have the same question. Is it used in a threatening sense in Spanish as well? Or just literally?
It Sounds worst (definitivamente es peor) Im gonna fail because i dont know gangster spanish (Mi madre solo me enseño del bueno haha)
What else can we expect from an owl... a creature of the night... Not to mention, a green owl with many voices... Spooky.
How much longer will it be free? This year I guess. I think I will make it in time. This helps keep me pushing on.
I can't decide if this is teaching us to be a villain in a Spanish soap oprah or if it's just assuming we want to learn Spanish to watch Spanish soaps. Whichever it is I think they've figured out we're mostly procrastinating writers.
A Spanish soap Oprah? Oprah Winfrey does not belong in a Spanish soap and her sex life with villains is none of your business.
In a sentence, does this mean that they are going to pay (as in literally pay with cash/check for a meal ) or that the person speaking is going to get revenge on them (the phrase used commonly in America)?
The sentence can mean they are paying with money or a revenge. It depends on context.
Does this mean they are going to pay as in money? A bill or is this a threat?
That home-made sandwich that I prepared with my bare hands. All those countless hours of perfecting it...
on the moniter it says "they will pay" I thought va or van or vamos - means they are going to pay, or we are going to pay? Help , explain where will comes from
I think the "van" in the sentence is the "will" in the translation. Spanish sentences are sometimes said backwards in English translation though, I could be wrong.
It's confusing because when you say in English "they will pay" it sounds more like a threat, but if you say "they are going to pay" then it can have multiple meanings. It just depends on what context DL is getting that from.
Okay, I'm confused. Is the sentence meaning "They are going to pay for what they did!"
or is it meaning "They are going to pay for this meal"
It is very difficult to discern the spoken ellos vs. ellas, especially with the female voice