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Vocabulary Lists Common Ways to Say Hello (Mexican Spanish)

Common Ways to Say Hello (Mexican Spanish)

Formas comunes para saludar en México
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Good evening.
Buenas noches.
Good evening.
El visitar a amigos después de la cena usualmente lleva a una buena noche.
visiting friends after dinner usually leads to a good evening.
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Good afternoon.
Buenas tardes.
Good afternoon.
Buenas tardes., es un saludo utilizado desde el mediodía hasta temprano en la noche.
"Good afternoon," is a greeting used from noon to early evening.
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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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How are you?
¿Cómo estás?
How are you?
Ha sido mucho tiempo, ¿cómo estás?
It's been a long time, how are you?
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Long time no see.
Tengo mucho tiempo sin verte.
Long time no see.
What's up?
¿qué pasa?
What's up?
How have you been?
¿Cómo has estado?
How have you been?
It's nice to see you again.
Es bueno verte de nuevo.
It's nice to see you again.
How's everything?
¿Cómo está todo?
How's everything?
Hello!
¡Hola!
Hello!
Yo!
¡Ey!
Yo!
How's your day?
¿Cómo va tu día?
How's your day?
Hey!
¡Oye!
Hey!
It's nice to meet you.
Es un placer conocerte.
It's nice to meet you.
How's it going?
¿Cómo te va?
How's it going?
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Monday at 3:49 pm
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Do you know any other way to say Hello in Spanish? Leave a comment!

P.S. Check out Spanish Greeting lesson:
https://www.spanishpod101.com/2015/06/25/3minute-mexican-spanish-2-greetings/

Friday at 2:25 am
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Hola Peter,

Gracias por su mensaje.

Yes, you are correct. “saludo” is a masculine gender noun and should have “un” as the article used before it. 😉

Our team will fix it asap.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Saludos,

Cristiane
Team Spanishpod101.com

Peter Vogelzang
Thursday at 9:37 pm
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Sentence with “buenas tardes”: “…una saludo…”
That is a typing error and should be “un saludo”, isn’t it?

Thank you for the nice list.