I like volleyball: Me gusta voleibol. I like to play volleyball: Me gusta jugar voleibol.
You say it like this: Me gusta el volleyball.
Ella juega Volleyball. (Pronounce volleyball in English given the name of the game is the same.)
servir un voleibol is how you say Serve a volleyball :)
:D you welcome
Juego al voleibol. Or... practico voleibol.
Te gusta jugar al voleibol?
Volleyball is translated as 'voleibol' in Spanish
You would say "¿Vas a jugar al voleibol más tarde?"
Spanish volleyball is more hardcore, American volleyball is more organized. Both are very competitive. American volleyball is taught based on techniques while Spanish volleyball is more about leaving your heart on the court. Spanish also exercise more than Americans. I've played for both, Spanish and Americans and i loved American volleyball, definitely.Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped. :)
Me gusta jugar al voleibol con mi familia.
Ella es un jugador muy talentoso de voleibol.
netball = Netzball netball = Korbball
You got Served!
There are several famous Spanish volleyball players. Some of these include Hector Soto, Virginia Cardona, Ernesto Rodriguez, as well as Luis Pedro Suela.