How do you say lands, like when talking about a plane?
I know what these mean:
Aterrizaje - landing
Aterrizar - to land
But I don't know how to say lands. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
You have to conjugate the verb aterrizar in the 3rd person singular present tense. The dictionary here will do that for you.
Una avioneta aterriza en la autopista - An airplane lands on the freeway. This was actually a headline in a South American newspaper this morning.
El avion esta aterrizaje
I'm not very good in Spanish but from what i've seen I dont think they use a LITERAL english translation of "Lands , Does , hits " etc unless to state a fact such as " he hits very hard " - él golpea con mucha fuerza . but if you want something like " The plane lands at 6.30 " , I think you hafta literally translate it as " The plane is landing at 6.30 " to say it in Spanish. El avion esta aterrizaje a las seis y medio de la noche
Kevin's entry is correct, not Selwich's.