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  1. Saludos y Despedidas

  2. When greeting someone it is customary to shake hands. Many people also exchange a kiss on the cheek or a hug. The greeting changes with the time of the day.

  3. Hola. (oh-la)

  4. This expression can be used by anyone at anytime.

  5. Buenos días is used in the morning. (B-way-nos-dee-ahs)

  6. Buenas tardes is used in the afternoon and early evening. (B-way-nas-tar-days)

  7. Buenas noches is used at night. (B-way-nas-no-chays)

  8. These expressions are all used to say good-bye. (Despedidas=Farewells)

  9. Adiós Means Good-bye

  10. Hasta mañana literally means “until tomorrow”

  11. Hasta luego Means: “see you later”

  12. See you soon!

  13. Nos vemos (Used to express that you and another person expect to see each-other later in the day or in the near future.)

  14. Chao

  15. Introducing ourselves in Spanish.

  16. If you want to find out someone’s name you can ask:

  17. ¿Cómo te llamas?

  18. To answer that question you say: Me llamo _________ (My name is ______)

  19. As a polite gesture, you should say: “Encantado” which is one way to say nice to meet you!

  20. Boys: You have to use the form: Encantado

  21. Girls: You say “Encantada”

  22. You can also say “es un placer” which means “it’s a pleasure”

  23. Or you can say also “Mucho gusto” which means “Nice to meet you”

  24. You can respond to “Nice to meet you” also by saying: “El gusto es mío.” which means: The pleasure is all mine.

  25. If you want to find out a person’s name you don’t know you can ask someone:

  26. ¿Cómo se llama?“What is his or her name?”

  27. Some words of politeness you should know

  28. Por Favor Please

  29. Gracias Thank you.

  30. De nada Your welcome

  31. ¿Cómo estás?(How are you?)

  32. ¿Qué tal?(What’s up?)

  33. Muy bien, ¿y tú?(Very well, and you?)

  34. Más o menosAsí así(So-so)

  35. Mal(Bad)