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Spanish Vocab

Aye mami

Buenos días. Good morning.
Buenas tardes. Good afternoon.
Buenas noches. Good evening.
Hola. Hi/Hello
Adiós. Goodbye.
Buenas noches. Good night.
Hasta luego. See you later.
Hasta mañana. See you tomorrow.
¿Cómo estás? How are you? (familiar)
¿Cómo está usted? How are you? (formal)
¿Qué tal? How is it going?
Bien. Fine.
Mal. Bad.
Más o menos. So-so.
Muy bien. Very well.
Regular. Okay.
¿Y tú? And you? (familiar)
¿Y usted? And you? (formal)
¿Qué pasa? What’s up?
¿Cómo se llama? What’s his/her/ your (formal) name?
Se llama... His/Her name is . . .
Te/Lepresentoa... Let me introduce you (familiar/ formal)to . . .
El gusto es mío. The pleasure is mine.
Encantado(a). Delighted./Pleased to meet you.
Igualmente. Same here./ Likewise.
Mucho gusto. Nice to meet you.
¿Quién es? Who is he/she/it?
Es... He/She/It is
¿Cómo te llamas? What’s your (familiar) name?
¿Qué día es hoy? What day is today?
Hoy es... Today is...
Mañana es... Tomorrow is . . .
el día day
hoy today
mañana tomorrow
la semana week
Cuál es tu/su What’s your (familiar/ formal)
número de teléfono? phone number?
Mi número de teléfono es... My phone number is
la clase class
el (la) maestro(a) de español Spanish teacher (male/female)
el país country
Perdón. Excuse me.
por favor please
De nada. You’re welcome.
el señor (Sr.) Mr.
(Muchas) Gracias. Thank you (very much)
la señora (Sra.) Mrs.
la señorita (Srta.) Miss
sí yes
no . no
¿Qué tiempo hace? What is the weather like?
Hace calor. It is hot.
Hace frío. It is cold.
Hace sol. It is sunny.
Hace viento. It is windy.
Llueve. It is raining.
Nieva. It is snowing.
¿De dónde eres? Where are you (familiar) from?
¿De dónde es? Where is he/she from?
¿De dónde es usted? Where are you (formal) from?
Soy de... I am from
Es de... He/She is from