Discussion in 'DIS en Español' started by Brier Rose, Sep 25, 2007.
how to say..I like to sleep..in Spanish??
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Hi Brier Rose
Literally, it would be 'Me gusta dormir' or you could the expression 'Soy dormilona' . This last one would translate to something like "I'm a sleeper"
HTH! and welcome to Dis en español
En Espana decimos que tal persona es un "zombi", porque siempre estaba entumbado en su cama..
If you REALLY like to sleep you could say.....Me encanta dormir!!
Well there is a couple ways of putting that in if you want to say that you really like to sleep then you say 'Me gusta dormir!'
pronounced [meh - goo - stah - dorrr - mirrr]
ITmickey has a point too you can also say 'Soy dormilona'
which means like she said your a sleeper. That's pronounced
[Soy (Self Explanatory ) - dorr - me - low - nah]
If you say that you sleep alot it's
'Yo duermo mucho' that's pronounced
[Yo - dwer - mo - moo - cho]
I had totally forgotten I even asked this! It was actually for a friend who is taking Spanish.
I have NO idea.WHY..he needed that saying exactly, but hey...I learned something too!
I thought it was in case you were a hotel guest and a (mostly) Spanish-speaking maid wanted to clean and you wanted to sleep?
Separate names with a comma.