You and your spanish speaking friend are speaking to each other and you want to know how they are feeling.
Here's my pareja Monesha's lessons
Click here for Numbers in Spanish
Click here for Days of the week in Spanish
Click here for The Alphabet
In order to avoid discrepancies, it would behoove you to learn certain etiquette phrases in Español.
here is a video of different ways to be polite in hallway etiquette
1. using perdon
2. por favor, gracias and de nada
3. Lo siento and con permiso being used
click the picture!
have you ever wondered how you would say your phone number in spanish? well today your in luck i'm going to teach you how to say your phone number in Spainsh and your also going to learn your number in Spainsh. Heres a little song
from youtube to help you with the number. To also help you i designed a chart to help you.
Above is a chart to help you with the number now you will learn how to ask somebody what's there phone number in Spainsh.Below is a mini chart to help you out. Heres a good example
how to ask somebody there phone number and how to respond.
Knowing the Spanish alphabet is just as important as knowing the English Alphabet. It has many uses and many reasons. I am going to teach you how to be able to spell out words in both English and Spanish and so that you can easily interpret what is being said through spelling. Use the chart below to see how the Alphabet is written in Spanish.
In the video below, we are demonstrating how when you are meeting someone who is very fluent in Spanish and you want to learn the Alphabet, you guys can study together and learn the Alphabet the right way.
In spanish convertations, keep in mind how to show proper respect to others.
Tu is used for a causal way of talking, were as usted is used in a more formal way.
Tu you would basically use when you are talking to peers, friends, or
anyone the same age as you. Usted is used when you talk to someone with
an important title (say, the president) an adult, or someone older than
Here's an example between to friends-
Amy- "Hola! Como estas (tu)?
Ellen- "Hola! Moy Bien, gracias. Y tu?"
Amy- " Mas o menos, gracias."
Amy- " Hello! How are you doing?"
Ellen- Hello! Very good, thank you. And you?"
Amy- " Regular, thanks."
Ellen-" Good bye!"
Amy- " Goodbye!"
Now lets see an example of a more formal converstaion between a girl and her mothers friend:
Girl- " Hola, Como esta ( Ud.)?"
Woman- " Hola, Muy bien, gracias. Y tü?"
Girl- "Muy bien, gracias."
Woman- " Adios!"
Girl- " Adios senorita!"
Girl- " Hello, how are you miss?"
Woman- " Very good, thank you. And you?"
Girl-" Very good, thank you."
Woman- " Goodbye!"
Girl-" Goodbye Ms.!"
for more info, here are some sites you can look a: http://www.quiz-buddy.com/Spanish-info/tu_vs_usted_in_Spanish.html
Here are the Hyperlinks to my partner Alexis Dean's blogs on The Alphabet http://scienceleadership.org/blog/Hola-Let-s_Learn_Our_El_Alfabeto, and The Spanish Days of the week http://scienceleadership.org/blog/Hola-Let-s_Learn_Our_Spanish_Days_of_the_Week
¿Cual el las fecha de hoy?
reading this blog, you will be able to know your months and dates. You will
also be able to ask someone what is today’s date and/or respond to someone who
asks you for the date.)
First, you would need to
know the months and days in Spanish.
*The instead of saying uno,
say primo.1. uno
information you should know. Translations of seasons, days, week, month, and
year from English to Spanish.
Here's a lesson from my pareja on how to say the days of the week
Its important to learn the weather in spanish. Here's a lesson to help:
When you want to know the temperture, you would say- " Que tiempo?"
Then, someone would reply: " Hace......" (or, it is.)
When watching the news, you also need to know if its going to be cold, warm, hot, or freezing:
"El calor" = Hot
" Frio"= Cold
Hope this post helped!!
The first thing you need to know when having a converstation in spanish is to know how to say " hello!" or "How are you?" This blog is here to help-
Below is a picture of two people meeting for the first time:
Woman- "Hola, Como te llama?"
Man- " Hola, Me nombre es Fred; y tu?"
Woman- "Me llamo Lauren; Musto gusto!"
Woman- "Hello, what is your name?"
Man- "My name is Fred; and you?"
Woman- " I'm Lauren; Nice to meet you!"
The woman quickly stated her name
Girl 1- " Hola, Como estas?"
Girl 2- " Hola, mas o menos, gracias. Y tú?
Girl 1- "Moy bien, gracias."
Girl 2-" ¡Adios!"
Girl 1- " hello, How are you?"
Girl 2- " Hello, so-so, thank you, and you?"
Girl 1- " Very good, thank you."
Girl 2- " Goodbye."
Girl 1- " Goodbye."
Hope this blog helped!!!
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To learn about greetings, telephone numbers, and weather in Español, then click on these links to see my partner Ashley's pages.http://scienceleadership.org/users/aspells
Meeting someone is always stressful, but have no fear! If you meet a spanish speaking person, don't freak out! Here are the ways to ask someone's name, how to say hello and good bye, and how to ask someone how they're doing.
Now that you know how to have a conversation, here's what it looks like!