"Usted tiene que ir al primer piso."

Translation:You have to go to the first floor.

5 months ago

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In Spain, is "el primer piso" the ground floor (i.e. US "first floor"), or the floor above the ground floor (i.e. British "first floor")?

5 months ago

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floor above the ground floor (planta baja)

3 weeks ago

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Why not "necesita que ir"

3 months ago

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What does que mean here?

3 months ago

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It's part of the phrase "tener que" which translates to "to have to" -Yo tengo que levantarme temprano -√Čl tiene que conseguir comida para la cena -Ellas tienen que llamar a sus padres -Nosotros tenemos que salir pronto

1 month ago

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Everybody== usted

1 month ago
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