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Meet and Greet in Spanish

QuestionAnswer
Hola. Hello.
¿Cómo te llamas? What is your name? (literally: How do you call yourself-informal)
¿Cómo se llama usted? What is your name?(literally: How do you call yourself-formal)
Me llamo... My name is... (I call myself)
Soy... I am
¿Quién es...? Who is ...?
Ella es un compañera de clase. She is a classmate.
Él es mi mejor amigo. He is my best friend.
¿Cómo se llama el? What is his name? (how is he called?)
Él se llama... His name is... (He is called...)
¿Cómo estás? How are you? (informal)
¿Qué tal? How's it going? (informal)
¿Cómo está usted? How are you? (formal)
Estoy bien. I'm good.
Estoy regular. I'm OK.
Estoy mal. I'm bad.
Estoy más o menos. I'm so-so.
Buenos días. Good morning.
Buenas tardes. Good afternoon.
Buenas noches Good evening or goodnight.
Adiós. Goodbye.
Hasta luego. See you later. (until later)
Hasta mañana See you tomorrow. (until tomorrow)
Hasta pronto. See you soon. (until soon)
Nos vemos. See you. (we will see each other)
Tengo que irme. I have to go.
Éste es Pablo. This is Paul. (a man's name)
Ésta es Maria. This is Maria. (a women's name)
Encantada(o) Pleased to meet you.
Mucho gusto. Pleased to meet you.
Igualmente. Likewise
Profesor de español Spanish teacher
El muchacho The boy
La muchacha The girl
Mejor amiga. Mejor amigo. Best friend (girl) Best friend (boy)
Estudiante Student
¿De dónde eres? Where are you from?
¿De dónde es él?/¿De dónde es ella? Where is he/she from?
¿De dónde es usted? Where are you from? (formal)
Él es de Estados Unidos./Ella es de EE.UU. He is from the United States./She is from the United States.
Señor Gomez Mr. Gomez
Señora Sotomayor Mrs. Sotomayor
Señorita Sanchez Miss Sanchez
¿Y tú? And you? (familiar)
Una compañera de clase. A classmate (girl)
Un compañero de clase. A classmate (boy)
¿Y usted? And you? (formal)
Created by: lmargheim