Where are you in Spanish = ¿Donde estás?
This is the informal way of saying where are you in Spanish. You would use this form if you were talking to your friends or family. If you were talking to someone who you don’t know that well and you wanted to use a more formal version of where are you in Spanish, you could use the phrase ¿Donde está usted?. This form represents the ustedes (formal) version of the verb estar, which you can read more about below.
Learning how to say where are you in Spanish will be important to your everyday travels in Spanish speaking countries. Often times, when calling a restaurant or communicating with friends, you’ll need to ask the question, where are you in Spanish often. ¿Donde estás? is a simple Spanish phrase that you can remember and keep with you. The word donde stands for the word where in Spanish. The word estás is the conjugated form of the verb estar and signifies the English words are you. The verb estar is an action or a physical presence. It does not mean the same thing as being something personally, such as to be a police officer or to to be beautiful.
Now that you know how to say where are you in Spanish directly to a single person, such as a friend or co-worker, let’s take a look at how you can say where are you in Spanish to a group of people. What I’ll show you next will be two ways you can say where are you in Spanish towards a group.
The first way you can say where are you in Spanish towards a group would be the informal way. This would be like if you were talking to your friends or family – people who you’re close to.
This informal way of saying where are you in Spanish can be translated to donde, which means where in Spanish, and then estan, which means you guys. I use this often where I live in South America because often times, I’ll be calling friends up asking them where they are in Spanish, so this Spanish phrase is quite important. I recommend learning conjugated form along with the you form as well.
Lastly, let’s take a look at the formal way of saying where are you in Spanish. This one sounds similar to the conjugated form I mentioned above, however, you need to take the n off and then add in the formal end to the word ustedes. So the formal version of where are you Spanish would look like this:
¿Donde está ustedes?
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