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Basic Spanish Conversation Phrases to Break the Ice

We have all been in those social situations where we struggle to find conversation topics! This can be even worse if you do not speak the language of those you want to converse with. Do not fear as we are here to help! Today we look at basic Spanish conversation phrases. In 5 easy steps we will help you to make Spanish friends fast and avoid those awkward moments.

  Spanish Greetings:

Spanish introductions

Buenos días - Good morning

Buenas tardes - Good afternoon / evening

Buenas noches - Goodnight

number 2  Spanish Introductions:

Spanish conversation practice

¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo... - What is your name? My name is...

¿Cómo estás? Bien gracias, ¿Y tú? - How are you? Good thanks, and you?

Te presento a mi amigo - I would like to introduce you to my friend

¡Adelante! - Come in!

  Asking questions in Spanish:

¿De dónde eres? Soy de... - Where are you from? I am from...

¿Cuántos años tienes? Tengo...años - How old are you? I am...years old

¿Estudias o trabajas? - Do you study or work?

¿Cuál es tu profesión? - What is your profession?

¿Tienes hermanos? - Do you have siblings?

¿Cuál es tu pasatiempo? - What is your hobby?

¿Cómo es tu país? - What is your country like?

¿Cuál es tu comida favorita? - What is your favourite food?

number 4  Practical Spanish phrases:

¿Qué hora es? - What time is it?

¿Cuánto cuesta? / ¿Cuánto cuesta esto? - How much is this?

¿Dónde está el baño? - Where is the toilet?

¿Hablas inglés? - Do you speak English?

Disculpe/perdone/perdón - Excuse me

Lo siento mucho - I am very sorry

Está bien - That is ok

De nada - You are welcome

  Goodbye in Spanish:

¡Hasta luego! - See you later

Hasta mañana - See you tomorrow

Hasta pronto - See you soon

¡Que tengas un buen día! - Have a nice day!

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