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What is Son las used for?

What is Son las used for?

For the hours from 2 to 12, you use “son”. “Son” is plural for “es”. Egs: Son las dos. (It’s 2 o’clock).

What does son las mean in Spanish in time?

posted by Daniela2041. 2. votes. It means literally “They are the….” It doesn’t make much sense except that “las” is the article for “horas”, which is never said in telling times. “Son” is used because it agrees with the unstated subject “las horas”.

Whats does Las mean?

LAS. Locum Appointment for Service (medical short term appointment) LAS. Local Area Service (telephony) LAS.

What is the difference between es la and son las?

The two forms of ser are the plural form, son las (“they are”) and the singular form, es la (“it is”). Only use es la when the hour is one o’ clock. Use son las for all other times of day.

Do you use ES or son for time?

How to say what the time is. You’ll see that the verb “ser” (“to be”) goes before the time. This will always be “son”, except for when you’re saying “one’o’clock”, when it will be “es”.

Is Son las pm or am?

Telling time in Spanish

It’s two o’clock Son las dos. 02:00 h.
It’s 3 p.m. Son las tres de la tarde. Son las quince. 15:00 h.
It’s 6 p.m. Son las seis de la noche. Son las dieciocho. 18:00 h.
It’s 12 noon Son las doce de día. 12:00 h.
It’s midnight Son las doce de la noche. 00:00 h.

Does menos mean in Spanish?

To express the time after the hour (but before half past the hour), use y (and) and the number of minutes. Son las dos y cinco. If you want to express the time after half past the hour, use menos (less) + the number of the following hour to express the time before the next hour (after half past the hour).

What does menos mean in Latin?

1 (esp. preceding a dynamic or tempo marking) to be played less quickly, less softly, etc. 2 short for → meno mosso. (from Italian, from Latin minus less)

What mas o menos mean?

more or less

What does menos mean in Greek?

Greek element meaning “mind, strength, courage, force”.

How do you respond to Bienvenido?

There are virtually two ways to respond to this question. One way is “De Nada,” and the other way is “Bienvenido/bienvenida or bienvenidos/ bienvenidas. USAGE: De Nada. When someone thanks you for something done, for example, a favor, your response to that person is “de nada” (you’re welcome).