¿Cómo se dice "whose are those bikes and who plays football for ....." en español?

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¿Quiénes son esos bicicletas? y ¿Quiénes juegan football para ......?

Hola Janet!

Se dice:

"¿De quiénes son esas bicicletas?"

"¿Para qué equipo de fútbol juegan...?" (o también se suele decir "¿En qué equipo de fútbol juegan...?")

I can help you with your spanish.

Te puedo ayudar con tu español


Juan Antonio
Juan...I am taking Spanish in Canada and I need HELP!! I am in the beginners class in University and I am finding it very difficult...AHHHH
How would you rewrite No lo quiero hacer. In the preterite?

No lo quiero hacer in the preterite is no lo quise hacer if you want to be enfatic. (I didn't want to do it (and I didn't.))

However, if you want to say wanted you usually say "queria" if it's in the first person.

For example, What did he/she/you formal want?=Que queria? This is in the imperfect tense. In Spanish there are two past tenses.

Quise usually means "tried to."

Quise llamarle pero no estaba.=I tried to call him/her/you formal but he/she/you weren't there. The first verb is in the preterite and the second one is in the imperfect.

Yo-Quería, tu-quería, el, ella, ud.-quería, nosotros queríamos. uds., ellos, ellas querían

Yo-Quise, tu-Quisite, el, ella,ud.-Quiso, nosotros-quisimos, uds, ellos, ellas quisieron

I hope this helps.

De quien son esas bicicletas y quienes juegan fútbol para....?

if i can help you with your spanish just let me know ok my email is ******* and my name is Deysi have a nice day. I live en San Salvador El Salvador, Central America

chao bye bye