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Buenos Dias
Good morning
Buenas Tardes
Good afternoon
Buenas noches
Good evening/night
Hola!
Hi! (informal)
Que tal?
What's up? (informal)
Que hay?
What's new? (informal)
1. Como estas?
2. Como esta usted?
1. How are you? (informal)
2. How are you? (formal)
Bastante bien.
Pretty well.
1. Mas o menos
2. Asi-asi
1. So-so (literally, "plus or minus")
2. So-so
(Muy) Bien
(very) well
Bien, gracias. Y usted?
Fine, thank you. And you?
Me llamo...
My name is...
1. Como se llama usted?
2. Como te llamas?
3. Cual es tu nombre?
1. What's your name? (formal)
2. What's your name? (informal)
3. What's your name? (informal)
El gusto es mio.
The pleasure is mine.
1. Encantado
2. Encantada
1. Nice to meet you. (as said by a man)
2. Nice to meet you. (as said by a woman)
Mucho gusto.
Nice to meet you. (literally, "much pleasure")
(Yo) Soy de...
I'm from...
1. Adios.
2. Chao.
1. Bye.
2. Bye. (informal)
1. Hasta luego. / Nos Vemos.
2. Hasta manana.
3. Hasta prontos.
1. See you later.
2. See you tomorrow.
3. See you soon.
Conjugate the verb "ser" (to be)in the present tense.
Yo, tu, usted (Ud)/el/ella, nostros(as), vostros(as), ustedes (Uds.) / ellos(as)
Yo soy, tu eres, usted/el/ella es, nostros(as)somos, vostros(as)sois, ustedes (Uds.) / ellos(as) son
Como?
1. Como te llamas?
2. Como estas?
3. Como te va?
How?
1. What is your name? (informal)
2. How are you? (informal)
3. How's it going?
Cual/cuales?
1.Cual es tu nombre?
2. Cual es tu numero de telefono?
3. Cual es tu direccion?
Which?
1. What's your name? (informal)
2. What's your phone number? (informal)
3. What's you address?
Cuando?
When?
Cuantos/cuantas?
How many?
1. Donde?
2. De donde?
1. Where?
2. From where?
Por que?
Why?
Que?
What?
Quien/quienes?
Who?
1. De donde es usted?
2. De donde eres tu?
1. Where are you from? (formal)
2. Where are you from? (informal)
Conjugate the verb "tener" (to have) in the present tense.
Yo, tu, usted (Ud)/el/ella, nostros(as), vostros(as), ustedes (Uds.) / ellos(as)
Yo tengo, tu tienes, usted (Ud)/el/ella tiene, nostros(as) tenemos, vostros(as) teneis, ustedes (Uds.) / ellos(as) tienen
Yo, tu, usted (Ud)/el/ella, nostros(as), vostros(as), ustedes (Uds.) / ellos(as)
I, you (informal), you (formal)/he/she, we, you (informal plural, used only in Spain), you (informal plural) / they
Hay...
There is / there are...

*This is an idiomatic expression.
Que casualidad!
What a coincidence?

*This is an idiomatic expression.