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Saying Hello and Goodbye in Spanish. By, Martin Lopez, Karly shelgren, & Angelo Carrasco. Saying hello. ¡Hola! Hello! Buenos días. Good morning Between 6a.m. to 12p.m. Buenas tardes . Good after noon. Between 12p.m. and 6p.m. Buenas noches . Good evening. (or) Good night.

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saying hello and goodbye in spanish

SayingHello and Goodbye in Spanish

By,

Martin Lopez,

Karly shelgren,

&

Angelo Carrasco

saying hello
Saying hello
  • ¡Hola!
  • Hello!
  • Buenos días.
  • Good morning
  • Between 6a.m. to 12p.m.
  • Buenastardes.
  • Good after noon.
  • Between 12p.m. and 6p.m.
  • Buenasnoches.
  • Good evening. (or) Good night.
  • Between 6p.m. and 12a.m.
saying goodbye
Saying goodbye
  • Adíos.
  • Goodbye.
  • Bueno, tengo clase.
  • Well, I have class.
  • Chao.
  • ’Bye.
  • Hasta Luego.
  • See you later.
  • Hasta mañana.
  • See you tomorrow.
  • Tengo que irme.
  • I have to go.
cultural notes
Cultural Notes

Spanish speakers greet each other with a kiss or a handshake. In Spain some friends kiss each other on the cheeks lightly. In the Latin Americas they only kiss one cheek. When men greet each other they shake hands, pat each other on the back, or hug.