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Can I use Cómo Estás instead of ¿Cómo?

but instead you must include the appropriate accent marks. ¿Cómo estás? One is a conjugation of the infinitive form of the verb comer, which is como and means I eat. The other is an adverb known simply as cómo which has various different meanings, but most simply is translated as how or like or as.

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What is the difference between Cómo son Tus ojos and Como Como?

I used the sentence= Cómo son tus ojos. To ask someone how their eyes were, does this make sense cómo means how, in what way, in what manner, by what means; to what extent? while como means as, by way of, for the purpose of + Nombre, etc

Does Como have an accent in Spanish?

Yes, ¿Cómo está Ud., as in how are you (formal), has an accent though. (It also does in the informal, ¿Cómo estás? Como, I eat or I am eating does not. It is pronounced exactly the same way. Consider Englishs theyre, their, and there...I know they are all spelled differently, but they sound alike.

What is the difference between ‘Cómo Estás’ and ‘comó está?

Quick answer – both ‘¿Cómo estás?’ and ‘¿Cómo está?’ mean ‘How are you?’ in Spanish. ‘¿Comó estás?’ is the informal (but more common) ‘tú’ form and ‘¿Comó está?’ the more formal ‘usted’ form (the use of which varies according to the country that you´re in). ‘¿Cómo está?’ can also refer to ‘he’, ‘she’ or ‘it’ (like ‘How is he / she?’ in English).

When to use “Cómo te va” in Spanish?

But just like in English, native Spanish speakers will usually greet their friends and family different from someone like their college professor. The answer that most people give about when to use “Cómo estás” and when to use “Cómo te va” is: ¿Cómo estás? How are you? ¿Cómo te va? How’s it going?

How do you ask “how are You” in Spanish?

“Cómo estás” and “cómo te va” are both informal ways of asking “how are you?” but ““cómo te va” is even more informal. These are good general rules to follow, but details like accents can change the meaning. 1. Hola, ¿cómo estás? Hi, how are you?

How do you respond to ¿Cómo Estás?

“Very busy” is another typical response to “¿Cómo estás? ” Try this expression out if you’re busy with work or other responsibilities. You can also say something like “Tengo mucho trabajo” (“I have a lot of work”) to get at the same meaning, or just to switch things up.

Its actually a good bit more than two words, but its easiest to think when to use the accent then when not to. como (no accent) can be used as a verb (from comer ), noun (dated word meaning a trick ), adverb, conjunction, or preposition. cómo (accent) can mean either the interrogative/relative pronoun how?

Is there a correct way to conjugate Comer and Cómo?

What does ¿Cómo están tus ojos?

My friend has some medical problems with his eyes. I want to ask him simply ¿How are your eyes hoy ¿cómo están tus ojos? means that the eyes are ill or that there is a problem in them. ¿cómo son tus ojos? means that you want someone to describe his/her eyes

What is the difference between Como and Cómo?

Its actually a good bit more than two words, but its easiest to think when to use the accent then when not to. como (no accent) can be used as a verb (from comer ), noun (dated word meaning a trick ), adverb, conjunction, or preposition. cómo (accent) can mean either the interrogative/relative pronoun how?

When to use “Cómo te va” in Spanish?

But just like in English, native Spanish speakers will usually greet their friends and family different from someone like their college professor. The answer that most people give about when to use “Cómo estás” and when to use “Cómo te va” is: ¿Cómo estás? How are you? ¿Cómo te va? How’s it going?

What is the difference betweenComoandCómo?

como without an accent over the first o seems to translate to as. cómo translates to how. Not good in english class when younger i have trouble with these points. Is the cómo spoken with the usual sound of the o but more deliberate.

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