"¿Quién es ella?"

Translation:Who is she?

December 31, 2012

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I picture an angry Spanish girlfriend asking me this question.

October 10, 2013


This should be followed by "and what is she to you?"

April 30, 2014


I heard ella. Don't forget that in romance languages they tend to attach lingering consonants onto words that begin with a vowel. So "es ella" is pronounced like "ess-ey-a" all in one group rather than separately or taking the time to enunciate the "e" in "ella". Hope this helps!

January 2, 2013


It's very hard for non-Spanish people. Even for me, a brazilian, who speaks a language close to Spanish it's hard to understand this listening exercise.

July 16, 2013


I don't know the difference between "quiénes" and "quién".

November 3, 2013


"Quiénes" is used for plurals: "¿Quiénes son ellos?" (who are they?)

"Quién" is used for singulars: ¿Quién es el?" (who is he?)

November 24, 2013


I thought this was ¿Quién es alla? - "Who's there?"

June 6, 2013


You're thinking of allá. The accent is on the second syllable. Also when asking about a location, the verb estar is used, not ser, and you won't use allá in that sentence.

August 12, 2013
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