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Greetings, Goodbyes

Greetings and Goodbyes ASD - 2019-20

SpanishEnglish
¿cómo está? how are you? (formal without pronoun)
¿cómo está usted? how are you? (formal with pronoun included)
¿cómo estás? how are you? (informal without pronoun)
¿cómo estás tú? how are you? (informal with pronoun included)
chao chow/ciao, see ya, bye
buenas tardes good afternoon
buenas noches good evening, good night
buenos días good morning, good day
adiós goodbye
él es he is
ella es she is
él he
ella she
muy very
hola hello
Estoy mal I am doing badly
Estoy muy mal I am doing very badly
estoy bien I am fine (without pronoun)
yo estoy bien I am fine (with pronoun included)
bien fine, well
estoy así-así, estoy regular I am so-so, I am ok
Estoy muy bien I am very well/fine
yo soy I am
Señorita (Srta.) Miss (not married)
Srta. abbreviation for Señorita
Señor (Sr.) Mr., sir
Sr. abbreviation for Señor
Señora (Sra.) Mrs., ma'am (married)
Sra. abbreviation for Señora
hasta luego see you later
hasta pronto see you soon
hasta mañana see you tomorrow
gracias thank you
muy bien very well
¿qué tal? what's up?
de nada / por nada you're welcome (most informal)
no hay de qué you're welcome (most formal)
yo I
you (informal)
tu your (informal)
usted you (formal)
por favor please
adiós good-bye (most common)
¿Cómo te llamas? what is your name (literally: what do you call yourself?)
me llamo my name is (literally: I call myself)
mi nombre es my name is
mi my
es he is, she is, it is
estoy I am (when talking about how you are doing)
soy I am (when talking about who you are)
y and
¿y tú? and you?
mucho gusto it's a pleasure to meet you, it's nice to meet you (literally: a lot of pleasure)
me alegro I'm happy to hear that
mal bad, badly
muy mal very badly
pronto soon
luego later
Created by: MrPoppele
 

 



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