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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  • Lucila has been such a tremendous help in bringing all aspects of my Spanish knowledge to the level it needs to be in order to successfully thrive while in Puerto Rico. I have enjoyed her teaching style in the relaxed, yet challenging lessons each week. She is willing to cater to each student with her teaching style. I found it very helpful that Lucila researched Puerto Rico and taught my husband and me all about the specific culture and customs of the local population. We learned about the foundation of Puerto Rico from beginning thru today and those people who have influence and impacted on the territory. All of these details helped reinforce the use of the language during each lesson.
    Lucila challenged me each lesson with the use of all tenses of verbs and vocabulary. From words that I will use every day (in the grocery store, at the post office, in a restaurant, driving and at an office) to words that…
    — Jacqueline Cook Engle

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    About the Books

    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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