Spanish Word for sonSonin  

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English Word: son

Spanish Word: el hijo
The Spanish Word for son
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Translated sentences containing 'son'
It is the woman whose son has died.
Es la mujer cuyo hijo se ha muerto.
Good afternoon, Mrs. María. I would like for you to tell me how my son is doing in class.
Buenas tardes, Srta. María. Me gustaría que me comentara como va mi hijo en clase.
She brought her son in this trip.
Ella trajo a su hijo en este viaje.
My neighbors have a spoiled son.
Mis vecinos tienen un hijo mimado.
He is the son of Juan.
Es el niño de Juan.
My neighbors have a sick son.
Mis vecinos tienen un hijo enfermo.
My neighbors have an exemplary son.
Mis vecinos tienen un hijo ejemplar.
My son used to be very rebellious.
Mi hijo era muy rebelde.
My son used to be obedient.
Mi hijo era obediente.
My son used to be mischievous. (masculine)
Mi hijo era travieso.
The mother listened to her son carefully.
La madre escuchó a su hijo atentamente.
My son arrives on Tuesday
Mi hijo llega el martes.
My son is throwing up.
Mi hijo está vomitando.
My son doesn't like his teacher because she is always yelling.
A mi hijo no le gusta su maestra porque siempre está gritando.
My son will be a doctor. What will your son and daughter be? They will both be engineers.
Mi hijo será médico. ¿Qué serán tu hijo y hija? Ambos de ellos serán ingenieros.
The father always accompanies his son to the soccer game.
El papá acompaña siempre a su hijo al juego de fútbol.
He guides his son to shool.
Él guía a su hijo a la escuela.
Look at your son's coloring book.
Mire el libro de colorear de su hijo.
My son-in-law is a lawyer.
Mi yerno es abogado.
I will be your son’s teacher this year
Yo seré la maestra de su hijo este año.

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