Unasの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Unas」の使い方・例文

Q: unas preguntas usando have o has ... を使った例文を教えて下さい。
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「Unas」を翻訳

Q: sólo se unas palabras は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: La traducción directa "Just a few words" o “Only a few words” es correcta en la mayoría de los casos. Daré algunos ejemplos y variaciones.

I only have a few words to say.

I can explain that in just a few words.

Could you please explain that in a few words only.

Las palabras “just” y “only” son intercambiables en este contexto principalmente, pero en otros contextos pueden tener significados completamente diferentes
Q: me gustaría unas costillas con salsa mostaza は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I'd like ribs with mustard sauce
Q: Me compraré unas cervezas para mí graduación は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I will buy some beers for my graduation.
Q: how do say in english. unas de las razones de porque la gente usa drogas es は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: One of the reasons why people use drugs is...

「Unas」についての他の質問

Q: Escribí unas oraciones acerca de esta imagen . ¿Me pueden decir si están bien?
- There is an old lady cooking.
- Seems like she likes to cook for her family.
- She is cooking pumkin soup for lunch.
- She is trying a new recipe for dinner.
- Maybe she is teaching a new recipe to his family members.
A: Si, todo escribís están bien
Q: Escribí unas oraciones acerca de esta imagen . ¿Me pueden decir si están bien?
- There are a couple of friends eating hotdogs outside a restaurant.
- They seems to be enjoying their food.
- They are looking to the hotdog of the guy.
- Maybe the man has found an extra hotdog.
- Their food may be delicious.
A: - They seems to be enjoying their food. —> They seem* to be enjoying their food.
- They are looking to the hotdog of the guy. —> They* are (They’re) looking at the guy's hotdog.

Aunque, las otras oraciones están bien escritas, hay otras formas que en mi opinión sonarían más naturales.

There are a couple of friends eating hotdogs outside a restaurant. —> There are (They’re) two friends outside the restaurant, eating hotdogs.

Maybe the man has found an extra hotdog. —> Maybe the man found an extra hotdog.

Their food may be delicious. —> Their food must be delicious.
Q: Escribí unas oraciones acerca de esta imagen . ¿Me pueden decir si están bien?
- There is a lady who is buying vegetables at the supermarket.
- She seems to be very exciting about the quality of the vegetables.
- The lady is buying corns for dinner.
- She's selecting the best corns for her family.
- She has found all the items of her supermarket list.
A: - There is a lady who is buying vegetables at the supermarket.
- She seems to be very exciting (change exiting to exited) about the quality of the vegetables.
- The lady is buying corn (deleted s on corn) for dinner.
- She's selecting the best corn (deleted s on corn) for her family.
- She (deleted has so it sounds more natural) found all the items on her supermarket (I'd personally say shopping list instead of supermarket list) list.

Good job! I'm impressed!
Q: Escribí unas oraciones acerca de esta imagen. ¿Me dicen si esta correcto?
- There is a kid who is eating a piece of fruit.
- He seems to be eating lunch at school.
- The kid is eating slices of apple and fruit juice.
- The little kid is enjoying his lunch.
- The lunch of this kid is very healthy.
A: la unica cosa que quiera cambiar es ‘the kid is eating slices of apple and DRINKING fruit juice’ porque no puedes comer una bebida
Q: Escribí unas oraciones acerca de esta imagen . ¿Me pueden decir si están bien?
- The man is eating a hamburguer.
-The man is eating with another person.
-Both men are wearing suits.
-Seem like the man doesn't like the hamburger.
-The hamburger might be disgusting.
A: Todos suenan naturales, sino que la penúltima. Se debe decir "seems like the man doesn't like the hamburger"

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