How do you say in Spanish so what are you doing?

One is “¿Qué estás haciendo?” (it literally means “What are you doing?” in Spanish).

How do you say so what are we doing in Spanish?

If you’d like to ask “What are you doing?” in Spanish, you can use use “¿Qué haces?” It’s a conjugation of the verb “hacer” which literally means “to do” or “to make.” Want to be more specific?

How do you say dude what are you doing in Spanish?

¿Qué estás haciendo? or ¿Qué haces?

How are you doing in Spanish slang?

¿qué onda? loc interj. “How are you doing?” “Not too bad, how about you?” —¿Cómo te va?

What are the four ways to say your in Spanish?

“You” in Spanish

Pronoun Number and Formality
singular and informal
vos singular and formal or informal
usted singular and formal
vosotros plural and informal

Is wey a bad word?

Wey (güey) means bro or dude, but it can also be a general word for guy. … Wey is also not something you call your parents or use in excess around them. It’s not a curse word but it’s not super polite either. But there is no wey (pun) you get through a day in Mexico without this word!

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What does homie mean in Spanish?

homie {noun}

colega {m} [slg.] homie.

What are you up to in Spanish slang?

expr. (what are you doing now?) (informal) ¿En qué andas?

How you doing is correct sentence?

Yes, “How are you doing?” is correct colloquial English. Your sentence is good. You also might hear “How you doing?”, but it would be wrong to write it that way in a sentence, unless you’re quoting.

What is estoy bien?

estoy bien – translated from Spanish to English

I’m fine. I’m fine.

How are you doing Spanish Formal?

¿Cómo está usted? (koh-moh ehs-tah oos-tehd) (How are you?) (formal) ¿Cómo estás? (koh-moh ehs-tahs) (How are you?) (informal) ¿Qué tal? (keh tahl) (How are things? [literally: how such?]) ¿Cómo andas? (koh-mo ahn-dahs) (How are you doing? [literally: how are you walking?])

How is it going in Spanish Formal?

How is it going? ¿Qué tal? A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).

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