The Spanish Helper I

By Linda Breun from the May 2011 Edition

This is part one of a series of phrases of use to foreign visitors to Mexico. We suggest that you print and save each lesson and practice the phrases regularly.

Sometimes, as it English, the correct phrase is not the one used locally.
Compiled by L Breun.

Greetings
Good morning              Buenos dias
Good afternoon           Buenas tardes
Good evening/night     Buenas noches (after dark)
Goodbye                     Adios
Hello                            Hola
How are you?              Como esta (usted)?
Very well, thank you    Muy bien, gracias
See you soon             Hasta pronto
See you later              Hasta luego
That’s all right             Está bien
Don’t worry No            se preocupe
Enjoy your meal          Buen Provecho

Greetings
Good morning            Buenos dias
Good afternoon         Buenas tardes
Good evening/night   Buenas noches (after dark)
Goodbye                   Adios
Hello                          Hola (pronounced Ola)
How are you?            Como esta (usted)?
Very well, thank you   Muy bien, gracias
See you soon            Hasta pronto
See you later             Hasta luego
That’s all right            Está bien
Don’t worry                No se preocupe
Enjoy your meal         Buen Provecho

 

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