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What is llevan in spanish
Las ninos llevan vestido y sambrero
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Jesus, please look in the dictionary first!!!
The sentence should read:
"Los niños llevan vestido y sombrero"
"Las niñas llevan vestido y sombrero"
And it could mean: "The children take/carry/are wearing clothes and headwear"
Difficult to say precisely how "llevan" is being used without further context.
"What is'" is "¿Qué es'" in Spanish.
Zanahoria is carrott.
Thank you. Do you no what una zanahoria means'
Llevan is the third person plural, present tense conjugation of llevar. It literally means, to take (with you). When used of articles of clothing, it means that you are wearing them.
Well im using Rosetta Stone and llevan was one of the words used. I think it means wearing. Sambrero is hat. I spelled sombrero wrong.
hey i dont think i have heard about something called llevan.. but there are two words.. llevar and llegar...
llevar means to carry...
llegar means to arrive....
vestio means dress...
ninos means children...
what is sambrero'''