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Vocabulary Lists Common Phrases You'll Need for a Date (Mexican Spanish)

Common Phrases You'll Need for a Date (Mexican Spanish)

Frases comunes en español que necesitarás para una cita
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Would you like to go out to dinner with me?
¿Te gustaría ir a cenar conmigo?
Would you like to go out to dinner with me?
Are you free this weekend?
¿Estás libre este fin de semana?
Are you free this weekend?
Would you like to hang out with me?
¿Quieres salir conmigo?
Would you like to hang out with me?
What time shall we meet tomorrow?
¿A qué hora nos vemos mañana?
What time shall we meet tomorrow?
Where shall we meet?
¿Donde nos vemos?
Where shall we meet?
You look great.
Te ves genial.
You look great.
You are so cute.
Eres tan linda.
You are so cute.
What do you think of this place?
¿Qué opinas de este lugar?
What do you think of this place?
Can I see you again?
¿Puedo verte de nuevo?
Can I see you again?
Shall we go somewhere else?
¿Vamos a otro lugar?
Shall we go somewhere else?
I know a good place.
Conozco un buen lugar.
I know a good place.
I will drive you home.
Voy a llevarte a tu casa.
I will drive you home.
That was a great evening.
Fue una gran noche.
That was a great evening.
When can I see you again?
¿Cuándo puedo volver a verte?
When can I see you again?
I'll call you.
Te llamaré.
I'll call you.
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Wednesday at 6:56 pm
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Which one of these phrases is your favorite? Did we miss any other common phrases? Be sure to let us know in the comments!


P.S., For more nice compliments and phrases that you might need, check out this wordlist:

https://www.spanishpod101.com/spanish-vocabulary-lists/top-10-phrases-you-always-want-to-hear-mexican-spanish

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Saturday at 3:23 pm
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Hola Martin,


Thank you for your comment.

We're happy to know you're enjoying the lessons.

You need to listen to each sentence at least 3 times.

Sigamos practicando!

Saludos,

Carla

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Saturday at 3:18 pm
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Hola Matthew,


Thank you for your comment.

No, but remember translation cannot be always literal or word by word.

Languages are more complicated than that, there are some phrases you must learn and know its meaning now it's literal translation.


Saludos,

Carla

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Hola Bob Jones,


Thank you for participating.

Hope you're enjoying the lessons, please let me know when you have any question.

Sigamos practicando!


Saludos,

Carla

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Tuesday at 1:32 pm
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Hi Alison McPherson,


Thank you for sharing with us your favorite phrase! Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.


Cheers,


Khanh

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Tuesday at 1:30 pm
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Hi Kerry Kleiber,


Thank you for your kind feedback and recommendation! We'll consider to add slow speed option to the sentences and phrases in the lesson. Please stay tuned and let us know if you have any questions.


Cheers,


Khanh

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Tuesday at 1:27 pm
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Hola Guillermo,

@Brian H. Littleton,

@kathy,


Thanks for your kind feedback! Do let us know if you have any questions.


Cheers,


Khanh

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kathy
Sunday at 4:51 pm
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It is very useful。



Martin
Sunday at 4:37 am
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A mi me gustan las frases aunque están hablado muy rápidamente.

Matthew
Sunday at 3:05 am
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Nuevo in English is "New"


verte de nuevo in English is "see you again"


I do not understand, is this a problem with translation?



Kerry Kleiber
Sunday at 2:06 am
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I do like this but the speakers go too fast. What would help would be having a (not sure what word to use) a spelled out pronunciation along with the voice.