101 basic Spanish phrases

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Tatiana HeumanИспанский
24 мая 2018 г.
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¡Hola!
En este artículo se encuentran gran cantidad de frases en español para iniciar una conversación y despedirse. Escucha los audios mientras lees las frases y repítelas, Es muy importante ¡Te ayudará mucho!

Hi!
In this article you will find a great quantity of phrases in Spanish to start and finish a conversation. Listen to the audios while you read the phrases, it is very important. It will help you a lot!

Ten en cuenta estas especificaciones. En español hay géneros para la mayoría de los sustantivos, pronombres, adjetivos y artículos:

Have in mind these specifications. In Spanish there are genders for most of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives and articles:

(m) = masculino masculine
( f ) = femenino femenine
( for ) = formal
( inf ) = informal

¿Empezamos?
¿Do we start?
5 Formas de decir Hola
5 Ways to Say Hello

1. Hola – Hello
2. Buenas – How is everything? (short)
3. Buenos días – Good morning
4. Buenas tardes – Good afternoon
5. Buenas noches – Good evening / Good night


10 Frases para presentarse
10 Phrases for Introductions

Para presenarte a tí (to introduce yourself)
1. Sólo quería presentarme. Yo soy (tu nombre) - I just wanted to introduce myself. I’m… (your name)
Para presenter a otra persona (to introduce someone else)
2. Quiero que conozcas a …. – I’d like you to meet…
3. ¿Has conocido a…? – Have you met… ?
Luego puedes decir: (then you can say)
4. Mucho gusto – Nice to meet you
5. Un gusto de conocerte ( inf ) / conocerle ( for ) – Nice to meet you
6. Encantado/ encantada de conocerte – Pleased to meet you
7. Un placer conocerte ( inf ) / conocerle (for) - It’s a pleasure to meet you.
Respuestas (responses)
8. Igualmente – Likewise (answer to 4,5,6,7)
9. El gusto es mío – The pleasure is mine (answer to 5)
10. El placer es mío – The pleasure is mine (answer to 7)


5 Formas de preguntar y decir tu nombre
5 Ways to ask and say your name

Preguntas / Questions:
1. ¿Cómo te llamas? – (Literally: What do you call yourself) What's your name?
2. ¿Cuál es tu nombre? – What's your name?
Respuestas / Answers:
3. Yo soy… – I am…
4. Me llamo – (literally: I call myself…) My name is…
5. Mi nombre es – My name is…
5 Formas de mostrar interés
5 Ways to show interest
1. Seguro. – Sure.
2. Claro – Of course.
3. Cierto – True.
4. ¿En serio?– Really?
5. Eso es interesante – That is interesting.


10 Formas de preguntar ¿Cómo estás?
10 Ways to ask how someone is

1. ¿Cómo estás (tú)? – ( for ) - How are you?
2. ¿Cómo va? / ¿Cómo te va? ( inf ) – How's it going?
3. ¿Cómo va la vida / la familia? – How is life / the family?
4. ¿Cómo va todo? – How is everything?
5. ¿Cómo está Usted? ( for ) – How are you?
6. ¿Qué tal? / ¿Qué hay? – What's up?
7. ¿Cómo has estado? – (salud o vida privada / health or private life) - How have you been?
8. ¿Cómo te ha ido? / ¿Cómo te encuentras? – How's everything been going?
9. ¿Qué hay de nuevo? – What's new?
10. ¿Qué (me) cuentas? – What's new?


10 Formas de decir cómo estás
10 Ways to Say How You Are

1. Bien, gracias ¿Y tú? – I’m fine, thanks. And you?
2. Bastante bien – Pretty good.
3. Nada mal – Not bad.
4. Estupendo – Great!
5. No podría estar mejor – Couldn’t be better!
6. No me puedo quejar – I can’t complain.
7. Lo mismo de siempre – Same as always.
8. No muy bien – Not so great.
9. Podría estar mejor – Could be better.
10. Preocupado (m) / preocupada (f) – Troubled

10 Formas de decir adios
10 Ways to Say Goodbye

1. Adiós – Goodbye / Bye
2. Nos vemos – See you
3. Saludos – Regards (usually for emails and letters)
4. Hasta pronto – See you soon
5. Hasta luego – See you later / soon
6. Hasta mañana – Until tomorrow
7. Hasta la otra semana – Until next week
8. Hasta el próximo fin de semana – Until next weekend
9. ¡Cuídate! – Take care
10. Nos estamos viendo – We'll see you around


10 Formas de decir Gracias
10 Ways to Say Thank You

1. Gracias – Thank you.
2. Muchas gracias - Thanks a lot
3. Muchísimas gracias - Thank you so much.
4. Gracias a todos – Thank you all.
5. Gracias por tu ayuda – Thanks for your help.
6. Te agradezco (inf) – I thank you
7. Le agradezco (for) – I thank you
8. Estoy muy agradecida ( f ) / agradecido ( m ) – I’m really grateful.
9. Es muy amable de su parte – That’s so kind of you.
10. Te debo una – I owe you one.


10 Formas de responder a “Gracias”
10 Ways to answer to “Thank You”

1. De nada – You’re welcome.
2. No es nada – It is nothing
3. No hay problema – No problem
4. Ni lo menciones – Don’t mention it.
5. Con gusto – My pleasure.
6. A la orden / a su ( for ) / a tu orden ( inf ) – At the command / at your command
7. Todo bien – No worries.
8. Feliz de ayudar – Glad to help.
9. Desde luego – Sure thing.
10. No hay de qué – Nothing to thank for.


5 Formas de terminar una conversación
5 Ways to end a conversation

1. Fue agradable hablar contigo. – It was nice chatting with you.
2. Bueno, se está haciendo tarde… – Well, it is getting late.
3. Lo siento pero debo irme. – I am sorry but I have to go.
4. Siento interrumpirte pero debo correr… – I’m sorry to cut you off, but I actually gotta run.
5. Disculpa pero me están esperando… – I’m sorry but they are waiting for me.


10 Frases para llamadas telefónicas
10 Phrases for telephone calls

1. ¿Hola? – Hi?
2. ¿Quién habla? – Who is talking?
3. ¿Podría hablar con María López por favor? – May I speak with María López please?
4. ¿Está Luís por ahí/ allí? ( inf ) – Is Luis around there/ there?
5. Te llamo porque… – I’m calling because…
6. Estoy devolviendo tu llamado – I’m returning your call.
7. Un momento, por favor – One moment, please.
8. No está aquí. ¿Quiere ( for ) / quieres ( inf ) dejarle un mensaje? – He’s not here. Would you like to leave a message?
9. ¿Podría ( for ) / podrías ( inf ) decirle que me llame? – Could you ask him/her to call me back?
10. Gracias por llamar. – Thanks for calling


5 Frases para pedir información
5 Phrases for asking for information

1. ¿Podría ( for ) / Podrías ( inf ) decirme…? – Could you tell me...?
2. Me gustaría saber… – I'd like to know...
3. ¿Sabes…? – Do you know...?
4. ¿Tiene ( for ) / tienes ( inf ) alguna idea de…? – Do you have any idea...?
5. Me preguntaba si… - I was wondering if…


5 Frases para decir “no lo sé”
5 Phrases to say “I don’t know”

1. No sé – I don’t know
2. No tengo idea – I have no idea
3. Ni idea – No idea
4. No estoy seguro / (m) segura ( f ) – I'm not sure
5. Me pregunto eso también – I am wondering that, too.

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I am a spanish teacher AND independent artist, drummer, electronic musician, singer. I love to travel exploring folklorical traditions around the globe. It inspires me and it opens my mind. Travelling I found out how important a language is in order to understand different cultures. But also the cultural knowledge helps deeply to enjoy the real flavour of the target language. I am a certified teacher for the Cervantes Institute and Tía Tula Center (Spain, Salamanca). I have been teaching spanish to people from all over the world and all ages in totally different contexts. I have always had wonderful experiences and happy students. I can see the happiness in their faces when they start to speak with the locals. Language is one of the most important features of every nationality and culture. I have mainly worked in Oasis Surf and Spanish School in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, México and independently in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Being an independent artist is not easy financially, you have to develop other resources to support your career. I suddenly discovered how much I enjoy writing my lyrics, recording and editing audio. The idea came to my mind... I thought: I love my language; I am quite good in grammar, I can work with audio easily... How about teaching Spanish? And I loved it! One of my most important missions is to foster language learning by getting to latin american culture through language. Join the journey! I am sure I can guide you to make it pleasant and amusing
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Испанский
globe
Аргентина
time
1
Английский
C1
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Немецкий
A1
I am a spanish teacher AND independent artist, drummer, electronic musician, singer. I love to travel exploring folklorical traditions around the globe. It inspires me and it opens my mind. Travelling I found out how important a language is in order to understand different cultures. But also the cultural knowledge helps deeply to enjoy the real flavour of the target language. I am a certified teacher for the Cervantes Institute and Tía Tula Center (Spain, Salamanca). I have been teaching spanish to people from all over the world and all ages in totally different contexts. I have always had wonderful experiences and happy students. I can see the happiness in their faces when they start to speak with the locals. Language is one of the most important features of every nationality and culture. I have mainly worked in Oasis Surf and Spanish School in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, México and independently in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Being an independent artist is not easy financially, you have to develop other resources to support your career. I suddenly discovered how much I enjoy writing my lyrics, recording and editing audio. The idea came to my mind... I thought: I love my language; I am quite good in grammar, I can work with audio easily... How about teaching Spanish? And I loved it! One of my most important missions is to foster language learning by getting to latin american culture through language. Join the journey! I am sure I can guide you to make it pleasant and amusing

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