What are some expressions in Spanish?
Basic Spanish Phrases
- Buenos días = Good morning.
- Buenas tardes = Good afternoon.
- Buenas noches = Good evening.
- Hola, me llamo Juan = Hello, my name is John.
- Me llamo… = My name is…
- ¿Cómo te llamas? = What’s your name?
- Mucho gusto = Nice to meet you.
- ¿Cómo estás? = How are you?
What are popular Spanish sayings?
Popular Spanish Sayings
- No hay dos sin tres. Literal: There is no two without three. …
- Nuevo rey, nueva ley. Literal: New king, new law. …
- Más vale maña que fuerza. Literal: Better skill than strength. …
- Más se consigue lamiendo que mordiendo. …
- Favor con favor se paga. …
- Dar gato por liebre. …
- El que tiene boca se equivoca. …
- Gastar saliva.
What are the 100 most common Spanish words?
The 100 Most Common Words in Spoken Spanish
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What are polite expressions in Spanish?
Polite Expressions in Spanish that Every Child Should Learn
- Buenos días – Good morning.
- Buenas tardes – Good afternoon.
- Buenas noches – Good night.
- Por favor – Please.
- Gracias – Thanks.
- De nada – You’re welcome.
- No hay de qué – You’re welcome.
- Con permiso – Excuse me.
What is La Leche mean?
– La leche (The milk)
Do you say okay in Spanish?
(= I agree) ¡vale! OK, OK! ¡vale, vale!
What are Spanish quotes?
citar in Spanish is “QUOTE”.
Is Spanish hard to learn?
Spanish ranks in category 1 as one of the easiest languages to learn! On average, it takes only 575-600 hours to reach proficiency in Spanish. While this good news should definitely keep you motivated, remember that there are difficult aspects of any language.
What is considered rude in Spain?
Here are the most basic Spanish dining etiquette rules to keep in mind. No sorbas (Don’t slurp): While in other countries such as Japan, this is considered polite, it’s rude to slurp in Spain. No eructes (Don’t burp): Just like slurping your food, burping is considered rude in Spain.
What are courtesy words?
Common words of courtesy can take an individual a long ways these days since so few practice them. Some of the common words and actions you will see in the South are: – Say, “Yes sir,” “No sir,” or “Yes ma’am,” “No ma’am.” – Always say, “Please,” “May I,” “Thank You,” “You’re Welcome,” “Excuse Me,” “Pardon Me.”
How do you talk to old people in Spanish?
Are you speaking to an old person (“old” generally means 60+)? If yes, use “Don/Doña” almost without exception until told otherwise (some places it’s common, some it isn’t).