How do you say history class in Spanish?

What is history class in Spanish?

history class clase de historia mst.

How do you say I have history class in Spanish?

Tengo clase de historia a mediodía, ¿y tú? – Yo tengo español.

i yo
history la historia
class la clase

How do you say history in Spanish?


  1. history → historia, historial, registro, antecedentes, historia clínica.
  2. history → historial, historia, antecedentes.

What is the Spanish word for classes?


From To Via
• class → clase ↔ Klasse
• class → cursoclase ↔ Schulklasse
• class → clase ↔ classe
• class → graciagarbo ↔ classe

How do you spell world history in Spanish?

Translate world history from English to Spanish

  1. world history: historia universal.
  2. Wiktionary: world history → historia universal.

What is your last name in Spanish Google Translate?

Informally: ¿Cuál es tu apellido?

How do you say students in Spanish?

estudiante | Translation of STUDENT into Spanish by Oxford Dictionary on also meaning of STUDENT in Spanish.

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Is class masculine or feminine in Spanish?

Class in Spanish is la clase, so it’s gendered feminine.

How do you say what is your medical history in Spanish?

medical history n

historial médico loc nom m.

How do you write algebra in Spanish?

álgebra (algebra, pronounced: ahl-heh-brah) cálculo (calculus, pronounced: kahl-koo-loh)

Does Maiz have an accent?

Feliz. Does maíz have an accent because it is a “hiato”? That is the only thing that will make sense for me because it doesn’t follow the rules found in the words lápiz and feliz.

How do you say different subjects in Spanish?

Some common school subjects are below.

School subjects.

Spanish English
las asignaturas subjects
los idiomas/las lenguas languages
el alemán German
el español Spanish

What does Claus mean in Spanish?

Santa Claus, the ~ (Father Christmas) Papá Noel, el ~ (m) Noun.

Is Papel masculine or feminine?

“If a word ends in l, o, n, e, r, [or] s it’s almost always going to be a masculine word… for example… papel… one common exception to this… are words that end in ión… these words are actually… feminine…so we have la oración…