Common Greetings

Common Greetings – Saludos Comunes

Hi! Good morning! Hola buen día OR Buenos dias

Good evening! Buenas Noches

Welcome! (to greet someone) Bienvenido

How are you? Como esta (formal), estas (informal)

I’m fine, thanks! And you? Bien, gracias y usted?

Thank you (very much)! Muchas gracias

You’re welcome! (for “thank you”) De Nada

Hey! Friend! What is new? Hola amigo, que hay de Nuevo?

Nothing much Good night! No mucho, buenas noches

See you later! Nos vemos mas tarde

Good bye! Adios – Chau(informal)

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  • Working with Lucila has been a huge help in preparing for my transfer to Puerto Rico. Her instruction style is very easy to follow. She mixes activities up to really work on reading, writing, speaking, and listening constantly. Her emphasis on verb tense has really improved my confidence in the language. Not only does she push me hard on learning the language, but she is also teaching me about the different customs and cultures among various Latin American countries. She often brings current events articles about Puerto Rico so that I can practice my reading and learn about the economy at the same time. She truly understands the value of not just the language but learning how to actually live and work in Latin America! Thanks so much! — Kern Woods

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    Author Lucila Ortiz offers an easy Spanish reference guide for business's people; travelers and anyone that has the desire to learn the Spanish Language and Culture. Trade is one of the most enduring issues in the contemporary US-Latin America relations. To strengthen the development of this trade relationship, author Lucila Ortiz presents the Spanish Instructive Planner: Spanish for Beguiners, and A Primer for Spanish Language, Culture and Economics; an informative guide that helps English-speaking individuals grasp, manage, understand, and conduct business in Spanish, and for all travelers as well.


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