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Spanish Key Phrase List

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No.
No.
No.
señal de "no".
"no" sign
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Good evening.
Buenas tardes.
Good evening.
Buenas tardes. Bienvenido.
Good evening. Welcome.
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Good afternoon.
Buenas tardes.
Good afternoon.
Buenas tardes. Bienvenido.
Good evening. Welcome.
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Hello.
Hola.
Hello.
Cuando conozco a alguien por primera vez, me gusta decir "Hola".
When I first meet someone, I like to say, "Hello."
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Thank you!
Gracias.
Thank you!
Gracias por venir.
Thank you for coming.
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Where is the bathroom?
¿Dónde está el baño?
Where is the bathroom?
Good morning.
Buenos días.
Good morning.
Yo siempre digo "buenos días" a la gente que me encuentro en mi camino al trabajo.
I always say, "Good morning,"to the people I meet on my way home from work.
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I'm sorry.
Lo siento.
I'm sorry.
Siento mucho haber herido tus sentimientos.
I'm sorry that I hurt your feelings.
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How are you?
¿Cómo estás?
How are you?
¿Qué hay de nuevo? ¿Cómo estás?
(What's new? How are you?)
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Nice to meet you.
Encantado de conocerte.
Nice to meet you.
Encantado de conocerle señor.
Nice to meet you, sir.
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Excuse me.
Perdón.
Excuse me.
Goodbye.
Adiós.
Goodbye.
Ella estaba triste por decirle adiós a su novio.
She was sad to say goodbye to her boyfriend.
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Hi.
Hola.
Hi.
Cuando contesto el teléfono sólo digo hola.
When I answer the phone I just say hi.
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I'm fine.
Estoy bien.
I'm fine.
I'm (name).
Yo soy (nombre)
I'm (name).
Thank you very much.
Muchas gracias.
Thank you very much.
May I sit here?
¿Me puedo sentar aquí?
May I sit here?
Please.
Por favor.
Please.
Sin hielo, por favor.
No ice, please.
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You're welcome.
De nada.
You're welcome.
Yes.
Sí.
Yes.
Good night.
Buenas noches.
Good night.
Los niños vienen a la planta de abajo para decirnos buenas noches.
The kids come downstairs to tell us good night.
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What's your name?
¿Cómo te llamas?
What's your name?
Me llamo Peter. ¿Cómo te llamas?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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Where are you from?
¿De dónde eres?
Where are you from?
Congratulations!
¡Felicitaciones!
Congratulations!
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Friday at 3:51 pm
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Hey listeners! What phrases would you add to our list? Write them down here!


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Tuesday at 12:07 pm
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Hola Scott,


Thank you for your comment.

I know this can vary depending on the country but some sayings are the same.

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Carla

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Brenda
Monday at 5:05 am
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These phrase are a big help.😄

Monday at 6:31 am
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I'm working on advanced Spanish, having lived several years in Peru... the biggest challenge now is idioms... modismos... either using them or harder still understanding them. I find myself saying, "I understand every word you're saying, but I have no idea what you mean."

So... are there more lessons like this one? This is great but I need more! Things like:

pulling my leg, piece of cake, I'm all ears, raining cats and dogs, sound asleep, getting on my nerves, cold shoulder... these things generally don't translate well, so some examples in Spanish would be wonderful.


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Wednesday at 12:49 pm
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Hello Steph,


Don't worry! Keep practicing and you will get it right in no time!

Let us know if you have any questions.


Cheers,


Khanh.

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Steph
Thursday at 10:34 am
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I don't understand if I'm doing something wrong but I don't get it not to say this website is bad I just don't get it.

Steph
Thursday at 10:32 am
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I think this was very helpful I'm just going to say this to my friend tomorrow

Sunday at 3:53 am
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Hola Cassiddy,


Thank you for your comment.

Depending on the time of the day they could both mean "buenas tardes"

But if it's dark outside is better to use "buenas noches" - good night, Which we use all night for greeting or saying good night not necessarily to go to bed.


Saludos,

Carla

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Cassidy
Saturday at 8:55 am
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Hi, just wondering, why does it say buenas tardes for good evening and for good afternoon? Are they supposed to be the same?

Friday at 6:07 pm
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Hola erro01,


Thank you for posting.


Let us know if you have any questions.


Cristiane

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erro01
Tuesday at 9:33 am
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