Hola,

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

is it

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

Janet
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...?")

Saludos,
I can help you with your spanish.

Te puedo ayudar con tu español

Greetings.

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?
Hola-

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.

Saludos
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