"This one", "that one", "the green one", etc...
Sorry I'm just a little confused on how something like "I like that one", or "I like the one that is the fastest", etc would be translated into Spanish
How do you espress "this one", "the one", or "that one".
Do you just use "lo"or "el"? I'm not sure.
Thanks a lot for your help!
Me gusta aquello. (I like that one).
Me gusta eso. (I like that or that one).
Not to be a total stick in the mud, but please Caruso021 try to use proper English grammer in your questions. Capitalizations and puncutation are very important, as is the use of proper English words. Be happy to help, if I can. My English certainly needs improvement, I'm still practicing, after 50 years.
Me gusta el (el coche) que quema (o usa?) menos gasolina.
Just watch this and he will explain it beautifully .link text
yeah but like how do you say i like the one that uses less gas, without saying car+.
You would use lo que when making a non-specific reference, perhaps to a group of things that are not specifically known, or to a generalized idea:
Díme lo que piensas, tell me what you think.
If you are comparing, for example, two cars, you use "el" to refer to one of them, as in the example above. If it were two houses, you would say
Me gusta la de color verde.
That could be better explained, but it is the idea.