-¿A qué hora?
How do you ask what time something is in Spanish?
If somebody asks, ‘¿Qué hora es?,’ we know that they are asking about the time. Specifically, ‘what time is it?’
How do you say at what time are you coming in Spanish?
Contextual examples of “what time are you coming” in Spanish
what time are you coming? ¿a qué hora vas a venir?
What are three ways you ask for the time in Spanish?
In Spanish, there are two or three ways to ask for the time: people may say, “¿Qué hora es?” (What time is it?).
- Son las 3 de la tarde. (It is 3 pm.)
- Es la una y cuarto de la mañana (It’s 1:15 in the morning.)
- Son las 11 y media de la noche. (It’s 11:30 at night.)
Are you coming today is correct?
“Are you coming today or tomorrow?” is grammatically correct. Because without interrogative pronouns there are innumeral questions in English.
Does a que hora have an accent?
Not really. That would be ¿Hasta qué hora? . Qué with an accent means “what” (used inside questions). Que (with no accent) means “that”.
How do you answer cuantos anos tienes?
For example, if the child is 5 years old, he would answer your question by saying, Tengo cinco años. You can also say the age of another person, as in the answer to the question, ¿Cuántos años tiene tu hermana? If the child’s sister is 10 years old, he would answer your question by saying, Mi hermana tiene diez años.
What’s muy bien mean?
muy bien in Spanish is “VERY WELL”.
What Como te llamas means?
Cómo te llamas is a conversational way to ask someone “What’s your name?” in Spanish.