Clemencia El Antouri
How do you say "it" in Spanish? For example, what is the best way to say "it is good" or "it is a dog"? Thank you for any help!
Oct 23, 2018 2:08 AM
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The direct translation would be "Eso". Therefore your senteces are to be written like this: Eso es bueno. Eso es un perro. Although if I must admit, it's not often used in such way, but rather you'd hear/read them as: Es bueno. Es un perro. Which -even though I ignore the actual reason, and therefore can't faithfully explain it to you- would be some manner of "abbreviation", just as when instead of writing "It is" the "It's" appears: It's good. It's a dog. It is definitely not the same mechanism, but rather just an analogy the one I'm using. Hope it helps!.
October 23, 2018
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