Sentences with personals

Español - English

Camino. - I walk.
¿Vos caminás? - Do you walk?
Trabaja. - He/she works.
Trabajamos. - We work.
¿Ustedes descansan? - Do you rest?
A la mañana yo camino. - I walk in the morning.
¿A la mañana vos caminás? - Do you walk in the morning?
Camina por el parque. - He/she walks at the park.
A la mañana camina por el parque. - He/she walks at the park in the morning.
A la tarde ella trabaja. - She works in the afternoon.
A la tarde trabajamos. - We work in the afternoon.
Trabajamos en una empresa. - We work in a company.

Personals in spanish

Español - English

yo - I
tú - you
vos - you
usted - you (formal)
él - he
ella - she
nosotros - we
nosotras - we (female)
vosotros - you
vosotras - you (female)
ustedes - you (formal & informal)
ellos - they
ellas - they (female)




El domingo es el primer día de la semana en el calendario gregoriano y séptimo del civil, utilizado comúnmente en nuestra cultura y es generalmente festivo. El nombre "domingo" proviene del latín domínicus, díes Dómini, ‘domingo, día del Señor [Dios]’. En la antigua Roma en latín se llamaba díes solis ('día del Sol').

El lunes es el segundo día de la semana en el calendario gregoriano, primero en la semana laboral. El nombre "lunes" proviene del latín Lunae díes, o 'día de la Luna'.

El martes es el tercer día de la semana. El nombre "martes" proviene del latín Martis díes, o 'día de Marte'.

El miércoles es el cuarto día de la semana. El nombre "miércoles" proviene del latín Mercurii díes, o 'día de Mercurio'. Mercurio era el Dios del comercio y de los viajeros, por eso, sus templos se edificaban a la entrada de los pueblos. Hay tambien un planeta dedicado a él.

El jueves es el quinto día de la semana. El nombre "jueves" proviene del latín Jovis díes, o 'día de Júpiter'.

El viernes es el sexto día de la semana. El nombre "viernes" proviene del latín Veneris díes, o 'día de Venus' (diosa de la belleza y el amor en la mitología romana).

El sábado es el séptimo día de la semana. El nombre "sábado" proviene del latín sábbatum, y a su vez del hebreo shabbat, que significa descanso. Aunque también se menciona queen otros idiomas como el inglés (saturday) se puede decir que es el día de Saturno.

[In English]


Domingo is the first day of the week on the Gregorian calendar and seventh on the civil calendar, used commonly in our culture and it's generally festive. The name "Domingo" comes from the Latin dominicus, Dies Domini, 'Sunday, the day of the Lord [God]. In ancient Rome in Latin called díes solis ('Sun Day').

Lunes is the second day of the week on the Gregorian calendar, the first working week. The name "Lunes" comes from the Latin Lunae dies, or 'Day of the Moon'.

Martes is the third day of the week. The name "Martes" comes from the Latin Martis dies, or 'day of Mars'.

Miércoles is the fourth day of the week. The name "Miércoles" comes from Latin Mercurii díes, or 'day of Mercury'. Miércoles was the god of trade and travelers, so their temples were built at the entrance to the villages. There is a planet dedicated to him.

Jueves is the fifth day of the week. The name "Jueves" comes from the Latin Jovis dies, or "day of Jupiter '.

Viernes is the sixth day of the week. The name "Viernes" comes from the Latin díes veneris, or 'day of Venus' (goddess of beauty and love in Roman mythology).

Sábado is the seventh day of the week. The name "Sábado" comes from the Latin sábbatum, while the Jewish Sabbath, which means rest. But it also mentions that in other languages like English (saturday) we can say that is the day of Saturn.


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