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Conversation Vocab

vocabulary for conversation

Hello. Hola.
Good Morning. Buenos Dias.
Good afternoon. Buenas tardes.
Good night. Buenas noches.
How are you? (informal) ? C`omo est`as?
How are you? (formal) ?C`omo est`a usted?
Whats up?/ Whats going on? ?Qu`e tal?
I am well. Estoy bein.
I am bad. Estoy mal.
I'm okay/ more or less. M`as o menos
Meh/Fine/Okay. Regular
And you? (informal) ?Y t`u?
And you? (formal) ?Y usted?
Whats up? (informal) ?Qu`e pasa?
Nice to meet you. Mucho gusto.
Equal. Igualmente.
Nice to meet you./Charmed. Encantado.
My pleasure. El gusto es mio.
What is your name? ?C`omo te llamas?
Where are you from? ?De d`onde eres?
Where is he/she from? ?De d`onde es (`el/ella)?
Who are they?/ who is she? ?Qui`en es?
Male spanish teacher El maestro de espa`nol
Female spanish teacher La maestra de espa`nol
The class. La clase.
The country. El pais.
Excuse me. Perd`on.
Please. Por favor.
Not married woman. La se`noita.
Man. La se`nora.
Married woman. El se`nor
Thank you. Muchas gracias.
Your welcome. Dnada.
Yes. Si.
No. No.
Until tomorrow. Hasta m`anana.
See you later. Hasta luego.
Created by: Autumn Bowman