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Basic Phrases

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American SpanishEuropean Spanish
How are you?¿Cómo está usted? (formal)¿Cómo está usted? (formal)
How are you?¿Cómo estás? (or) ¿Qué tal? (informal)¿Cómo estás? (or) ¿Qué tal? (informal)
Fine, thanks, and you?¿Bien, gracias, y usted? (formal)¿Bien, gracias, y usted? (formal)
Fine, thanks, and you?¿Bien, gracias, y tu? (informal)¿Bien, gracias, y tu? (informal)
Thank you (very much).(Muchas) gracias.(Muchas) gracias.
OK / GoodBien or De acuerdo.Bien or De acuerdo.
(Very) good(Muy) bien.(Muy) bien.
Good morning.Buenos días. (til lunch)Buenos días. (til lunch)
Good evening.Buenas tardes. (after lunch)Buenas tardes. (after lunch)
Good night.Buenas noches. (after 8-9pm)Buenas noches. (after 8-9pm)
See you later!/Goodbye.¡Hasta luego!¡Hasta luego!
See you tomorrow!¡Hasta mañana!¡Hasta mañana!
Cheers! (toast)¡Salud!¡Salud!
Please.Por favor.Por favor.
YouŐre welcome.De nada. (It was nothing)De nada. (It was nothing)
Excuse me, please get past.¿Me hace el favor?¿Me hace el favor?
Sorry.¡Perdón! / Lo siento.¡Perdón! / Lo siento.
Do you speak English?¿Habla usted inglés?¿Habla usted inglés?
A little.Un poco.Un poco.
I donŐt speak Spanish.No hablo español.No hablo español.
I only speak a little Spanish.Hablo sólo un poco español.Hablo sólo un poco español.
I didnŐt understand.(No) comprendo.(No) comprendo.
Please say that again.Repítamelo, por favor.Repítamelo, por favor.
Please speak more slowly.Por favor, hable más despacio.Por favor, hable más despacio.
Please write that down.Por favor, escríbamelo.Por favor, escríbamelo.
Could you write that down?¿Puede escribírmelo?¿Puede escribírmelo?
Excuse me? What?¿Cómo?¿Cómo?
My bag was stolen!¡Me han robado el bolso!¡Me han robado el bolso!
My wallet was stolen!¡Me han robado la billetera!¡Me han robado la billetera!
My passport was stolen!¡Me han robado el pasaporte!¡Me han robado el pasaporte!
I need a doctor!Llame a una ambulancia! un doctor!Llame a una ambulancia! un doctor!
Call the police!Llame a la policía!Llame a la policía!

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