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Let’s look at the greetings once more.
Listen and repeat, or speak along.
Buenos días.
Buenos días.
Buenas tardes.
Buenas tardes.
Buenas noches.
Buenas noches.
Buenos días, ingeniero Lee.
Buenos días, ingeniero Lee.
Buenas tardes, señora Lee.
Buenas tardes, señora Lee.
Buenas noches, profesora.
Buenas noches, profesora.
Did you notice how I added the word Hola before Buenos días?
The greeting Hola, means, "Hello." Hola (enunciated). Hola.
This is the most basic way to say, "Hello." It’s the most common greeting.
Pronunciation note, the h is silent. Hola.
You can use this greeting alone, Hola, or you can combine this greeting with other greetings you have learned. For example,
Hola, buenos días. “Hi, good morning.” Hola, buenos días.
Hola, buenas tardes. “Hi, good afternoon.” Hola, buenas tardes.
Hola, buenos días.
Hola, buenos días.

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Can you repeat or speak along with the native speakers?