it means "so, so" like oh alright!
Wrong. It's a mistaken literal translation from English, so-so. Asi really means so as in that way or like that. So if you respond to "how are you?" with this phrase then in Spanish it means "like that, like that". So it basically doesn't make any sense. Non-native speakers mistakenly use it to mean so-so, which in Spanish is actually "regular" or "mas o menos". For 20 years I've had to correct my college students using this phrase they learned from high school classes.
AnswerThe English translation of the Spanish word "entonces" is "then."
Technically correct, but more accurately, the translation of "entonces" is closer to "in that case".
Spanish: With an accent, it means "you". Example, "Tú me gustas" (I like you). Without an accent, it means "your", as in "Te doy tu libro" - "I give you your book".
Tambien means (Also) and Yo means (I)
So together, 'yo tambien' means 'me too.'
"The people" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase la mara. The feminine singular definite article and noun represent El Salvadoran slang for la marabunta ("the crowd," "the [insect] swarm)." The pronunciation will be "la MA-ra" for the slang and "la MA-ra-BOON-ta" for the term in Spanish.