Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by aheskin, Jan 25, 2006.
I would like to know how to translate how are you doing today in spanish.
¿Qué tal estás hoy?
I have many questions on translating phrases. I am in my first year of Spanish and I need some help.
Heres a starter.
Hello, Teacher (female) how are you doing today?
Buenos días, profesora. ¿Cómo está Ud. hoy?
Hello every body. I am so unfamiliar with Spanish but I would love to learn it. How do you say this sentence in Spanish?
How are you today? I am doing fine.
How are you today?
- ¿Cómo estás?
- ¿Cómo estás hoy?
Other "how are you today"-like options:
- ¿Cómo te ha ido? (how have you been?)
- ¿Qué tal? (how are things?)
- ¿Qué pasa? (what's up?)
I am doing fine.
- Estoy bien (I am good)
- Estoy muy bien (I am very good)
Could I say "How are you doing these days?" as "¿Cómo te va en estos días" in Spanish?
Casi mejor "cómo te va últimamente?". "En estos días" suena demasiado elaborado
Your translation is not bad, but it sounds a bit unnatural, Sylphadora's option is good "¿Cómo te va últimamente?" or you can also say "¿Cómo te ha ido?"
Yes, cómo te ha ido? works fine, too The preterite perfect past tense already carries the idea of 'lately'. That's a good option!!
Thank you！ I‘m learning spanish for few weeks.
Thank you for your kindly explanation.
Regards!! I hope you enjoy your Spanish lessons You'll see that this forum is a great help ^^
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