"Mi papá tiene 40 años": My dad is 40 years old.
"Mi papa tiene 40 anos": My potato has 40 anuses.
I love spanish
You can use "patata" in Spanish instead of "papa".
Like this, i like english too. It's like...
Very confusion too no? :P
I have difficulty in english with the verb get...omg.
have good studies ˆˆ
You just boost my progress sir!
that's funny !
If you couldnt find a reason to like Spanish, this is one. You can say, El Papa es la papa de mi papà. The pope is my dad's potato.
I would rather call it TOUNGE TWISTER.
Are they any more TOUNGE TWISTERS in espanol.plz post it to me, i would love it.♡♥♡♥
Parangaricutimiricuaro is a single word used as a tongue twister. It's also part of a much longer one that you can find by googling the word. Fun fact: tongue twisters are called Trabalenguas in Spanish
How to say "Thanks in Advance" in espanol.
It is tongue, not "tounge" (does not exist). :P
Broma del día! :D (joke of the day)
Gracias por las risas! :)
Caramba! Pienso que solo mio. Eh, eh, ha, ha hoo, hoo!!
the spanish (castellan) normal name for potato is patata not papa
True - your gonna get some funny responses if you ask for a 'papa' with your meal in Spain!
Here's another one: In Spanish the word "batata"is used for "sweet potato". In Arabic the same "batata-بطاطا" is used for "Potato".
Interesting, probably another Arabic word which came to Spain through the Moorish population. Although this website says that "batata" is originally from a Carib language of Haiti:
The information is correct, & the etymology of the word is not Arabic, because arabs as the rest of the word knew potatoes lately...
but who would cook just one potato?
Mexicans, apparently :)
Papa means in German Dad....funny.
And in English. Add an accent to papa and it means the Pope.
And dad. Like, in Spanish.
In Spanish, Papa (Pope) and papa (potato) have the same pronunciation. We also have papá = dad
Also in Spanish papa also means father but it just depends
Father = Padre or Papá
¿Qué padre es tú padre? ;)
Yea, "Papa" (german) = "papá" (spanish) = "dad/father" (english)
Papa es el sumopontifice
i love cooking potatos. they are just awesome to cook.
I just think they're neat
I wrote .. I bake a potato ... and it was wrong :(((
Me too. The explanation states the meaning can be cook, bake, or make.
typos on the english translations should be overlooked. This isnt a reading class, this is a spanish app, or program. My ability to spell american wrods should be moot.
If I wrote I baked a potato is that wrong? I thought cocino was cook and bake
You used past tense.
Bake = cocer, hornear or asar
I thought potato in spanish was "la patata"?
It is...in Spain.
Where is papa used?
Yo papa una papa = I scoff a potato. ;)
Its really hard to understand her voice
Please tell me have to "make" a potato. I usually cook them or bake them. But I do not have recipe to "make" them
Am I the only one who hesitated in horror a few seconds? I did this before with "Nuestra gata come papa"
Why is the English translation "I'll cook a potato" incorrect?
papa cook potato...
a read line comes up under cocino. implying it's spelt wrong.
I be a potato
I keep mixing up comer and cocinar :(
"I cook a tater" is incorrect?!
Patatoe, potato, tomato, tometoe, let's call the whole thing off
Why couldn't this also be "I cooked a potato?"
To say that you would have to use the past tense "cociné" - the accent is important.
See all the conjugations of Cocinar - To cook, here: http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/cocinar
how would i know if i need to use 'el' or 'la' before a noun?
should the sentence be pronounced like the computer is doing it? I 'hear'
"Yo cocino ne papa"
I do use headphones to help hear the sentences better but this one was way off to me.
I keep hearing "la" when it's "una"
Cook a potato
Whenever it says "Yo" it sounds like irs saying "Joe" so i get confused and write it down and its like WRONG and i want it fixed :c
In some regions it is quite normal to pronounce "Yo" in a way which sounds very much like "Joe" or "Shjoe". Sorry I don't have a specific list of where.
Hey spanish is much funnier than i thought
I cook my dad
Como una papa anos.
I cook my papa. Haha
Father/Dad = Papá (or Padre)