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It is....Is it?

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How do you say "It is" and "Is it'"

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updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Sheree

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What does haberme translate to? I couldn't find it in the dictionary.

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Sheree
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Gracias de nuevo por haberme ayudado a entender.

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Gracias once again for helping me to understand! Como se dice en español'

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Sheree
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Ah, context...

It's raining ("outside" is redundant; does it ever rain inside') = está lloviendo.

Está lloviendo.
¿Sí? or ¿Cierto? or ¿Lo está?
Sí. Or maybe Lo está. But probably the most natural reply, indicating surprised agreement, would be something like "¡Tienes razón!" or "¡Es verdad!"

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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OK...if someone were to say to me "It's raining outside." And I replied "It is'" Or if I replied "It is!"

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Sheree
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I disagree with Evelio's reply, which would translate to "This is" and "Is this'"

Sheree, without context, we can only guess at what you are asking, but I assume the following.

You want to say "It is ..."
This would be "Es ..."

You want to ask "Is it ...'"
This would be "¿Es ...?

Give us exactly what you want to say, and we can translate it for you.

updated MAY 29, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Gracias! I like it!

updated MAY 29, 2008
posted by Sheree
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I learned a little children's rhyme in Spanish which helped me with something similar to this:
"Que es eso'"
"Eso es queso!"

updated MAY 28, 2008
posted by roger2
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Thanks...I kind of thought that after I asked the question grin

updated MAY 27, 2008
posted by Sheree
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