"Es un piso bonito."
Translation:It is a nice floor.
A 'piso' can also mean an apartment where people live (we call them flats in the UK).
A piso is a flat or apartment in the UK (where I come from) and in Spain (where I live) - so I got caught out, yet again!
'Piso' means floor in some countries, but in Spain we call it 'suelo', while 'piso' means flat or apartment.
Does piso also mean a psrticulsr floor of a level of floors in an appartment building that one can go up to in an elevator? Like could one maybe say this at one's own floor? "¡Detener, es mi piso!"
Yes, it also means that, if you want to say that you're going to the 2nd floor, you say "Voy al segundo piso".
The "apartment" appeared as wrong answer. Why? The correct answer was given as "layer". Absurd..isn't it?
the translation given here was the second choice. .the first translation was it is a PRETTY floor. who, just who, has ever seen a PRETTY floor??? also, as Wilsy pointed out, piso can mean apartment.in the U.K.For an apartment we also use the word "flat" so contextually my answer was appropriate.
I translated it as beautiful floor, and the image in my mind was a floor with intricate tile. Just saying.
I have seen pretty floors made out of parquet wood or inlaid tiles, but it is an unusual description for a floor. Makes more sense applied to an apartment/flat.
I typed: "It is a good floor" but got it wrong. Is 'good' not an accepted translation?
Haha.. i got it wrong, forgot what was "piso". Wrote "it is a beautiful piece"
OOOH pretty floor very very pretty floor..........omg tyson really????