How do you say I can speak a little bit of Spanish?

How do you say I can speak a little bit of Spanish?

I speak a little Spanish. = Hablo un poco de español. or Hablo muy poco español.

How do you say I speak a little Spanish on resume?

Simply list the foreign languages you know, and list them as “mother tongue”, “fluent”, “native”, “working proficiency”, etc. Probably the most effective way to show that you speak Spanish on your resume is to “show, rather than tell”.

What does IDK mean Spanish?

Speaking. idk (i don’t know) no sé

What do you say when you don’t know Spanish?

No hablo espa ñ ol. You could say “No hablo español”— don’t pronounce the h. However, it would sound more natural if you said you don’t know Spanish: No sé español. Even better and more natural would be “Lo siento. No sé español.” This translates as ”I’m sorry. I don’t speak Spanish.” How can I improve my English writing skills?

Why do people say I don’t speak much Spanish?

Now, the thing is that when trying to learn Spanish, native English speakers use the verb “to speak” instead of “to know”. That is why they copy “I don’t speak much Spanish” as “Yo no hablo mucho español” directly from English, but it is not idiomatically correct.

What does Yo No Hablo Mucho Espanol mean?

Yo no hablo mucho español is the literal translation. If you’re a little more confident of your Spanish, you could also say Yo hablo un poco de español, which is I speak a little Spanish. I was raised in a medium sized town in southern Colorado where about half the population is hispanic.

What’s the best way to say I don’t know?

A great way of saying “I don’t know” in Spanish without letting the other person realize it is to say that you’re wondering the same thing. This will put you two on the same level and may even motivate you to look for the answer. – Creo que Matt se escapó de su casa para ir a la casa de un amigo, ¿sabes algo de eso?