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Good morning.
Buenos dîas.
Good evening; Good night.
Buenas noches.
See you later.
Hasta la vista.
Hasta pronto.
See you soon.
What's your name?
¿Cómo se llama usted?
(Formal) I would like to introduce (name) to you.
Le presento a...
(familiar) I would like to introduce (name) to you.
Te presento a...
How are you?
¿Cómo estás?
Not very well.
No muy bien.
What's happening?; What's going on?
¿Qué pasa?
Please
Por favor.
You're welcome.
De nada.
You're welcome.
No hay de qué.
I'm sorry.
Lo siento.
Thank you very much; Thanks a lot.
Muchas gracias.
I'm Kay Vogt.
Yo soy Kay Vogt.
What's your name?
¿Cómo te llamas?
My name is Kay.
Me llamo Kay.
Who is...?
¿Quién es...?
Here... that's me.
Aquí... that's me.
You are ..., right?/no?
Tú eres..., ¿verdad?/¿no?
Yes, ma'am.
Si, señora.
What time is it?
¿Qué hora es?
It's one o'clock.
Es la una.
It's two o'clock.
Son las dos.
It's 10:03.
Son las diez y tres minutos.
Pardon me; Excuse me. (to request permission)
Con permiso.
Pardon me; Excuse me. (to get someone's attention or to ask forgiveness)
Perdón.
All aboard!
¡Todos a bordo!
Have a good trip!
¡Buen viaje!
Listen...
Oye...
What is the spanish word for a quick hug and a pat on the back?
abrazo
the man
el hombre
the boy
el chico
the (male) passenger
el pasajero
the (male) driver
el conductor
the (male) teacher
el profesor
the (male) tourist
el turista
the girl
la chica
the (female) passenger
la pasajera
the (female) driver
la conductora
the (female) teacher
la profesora
the (female) tourist
la turista
the youth; the young man
el joven
the (male) student
el estudiante
the youth; the young woman
la joven
the (female) student
la estudiante
the notebook
el cuaderno
the diary
el diario
the dictionary
el diccionario
the number
el número
the problem
el problema
the program
el programa
the bus
el autobús
the country
el país
the thing
la cosa
the school
la escuela
the tape recorder
la grabadora
the word
la palabra
the lesson
la lección
the conversation
la conversación
the nationality
la nacionalidad
the community
la comunidad
the map
el mapa
the day
el día
the hand
la mano
What are the English articles and their corresponding Spanish articles?
the: el & los (masculine)

the: la & las ( feminine)
What are the English indefinite articles and the corresponding Spanish articles?
a, an, or some:

un, unos (masculine)

una, unas (feminine)
0
cero
1
uno
2
dos
3
tres
4
cuatro
5
cinco
6
seis
7
siete
8
ocho
9
nueve
10
diez
11
once
12
doce
13
trece
14
catorce
15
quince
16
dieciséis
17
diecisiete
18
dieciocho
20
veinte
21
veintiuno
22
veintidós
23
veintitrés
24
veinticuatro
25
veinticinco
26
veintiséis
27
veintisiete
28
veintiocho
29
veintinueve
30
treinta
How many...? (masculine)
Cuántos?
How many...feminine?
Cuántas?
There is... or There are...
Hay
Is there...? OR Are there...?
¿Hay...?
There is not... OR There are not...
No hay...
What is a pronoun?
A subject pronoun replaces the name or title of a person or thing and acts as the subject of a verb.
I
yo
You (familiar)
You (formal)
usted (Ud.)
He
él
she
ella
we (masculine)
nosotros
we (feminine)
nosotras
you (formal)
ustedes (Uds.)
they (masculine)
ellos
they (feminine)
ellas
I am
soy
you are (familiar)
Tú eres
you are (formal); he/she is
Ud./Él/ella <b>es</b>
we are
nosotros/nosotras <b>somos</b>
you are (formal)l; they are
Uds./ellos/ellas <b>son</b>
Uses of <i>ser</i>
To identify people & things

To express possession, with the preposition <b>de</b>

To express origin, with the preposition <b>de</b>
There is no Spanish equivalent of the English construction [noun] + 's. (Kay's)

How is this handled in Spanish?
[noun] + de + [owner]

el gato de Kay
Spanish does not us the indefiniate article (un, una) after "ser" when referring to professions unless accompanied by an adjective or other description.

Give an example.
Delhia es profesora.

Delhia es una profesora excelente.