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Free Spanish Survival Phrases
The Spanish language lesson offered here is an excerpt from Transparent Language's Spanish software, SpanishNow!. The Basic Spanish Phrases and the Spanish Phrases for Meeting and Greeting will lead you to the Spanish Dialog at the end, which shows how these Spanish survival phrases are used in conversational Spanish. Single click on the phrase to hear the Spanish pronunciation spoken by a native Spanish speaker. Take advantage of this Spanish language resource as you learn to speak Spanish!

Basic Spanish Phrases

Si. Yes.

No. No.

Por favor. Please.

Gracias. Thank you.

De Nada. You're welcome.

Perdonome. Excuse me.

Lo siento. I'm sorry.

Buenos dias. Good morning.

Buenas tardes. Good afternoon.

Buenas noches. Good night.


Spanish Phrases for Meeting and Greeting


¿Habla Ud. inglés? Do you speak English?

Se habla inglés aqui? Does anyone here speak English?

Discúlpeme por hablar tan mal el español. Excuse my poor Spanish.

Solamente hablo un poco de español. I only speak a little Spanish.

¿Cómo se llama Ud.? What is your name?

Me llamo Martín. My name is Martin.

Esta es Catalina. This is Catalina.

¿Cómo está Ud.? How are you?

¿Qué tal ha estado Ud.? How have you been?

Estoy bien, gracias. I am fine, thank you.

Mucho gusto en conocerlo. I am pleased to meet you.

Me alegro de haberlo conocido. It was a pleasure meeting you.

No lo entiendo. I don't understand.

¿Qué dijo Ud.? What did you say?

¿Puede hablar más lentamente? Could you speak more slowly?

Lo comprendo perfertamente. I understand perfectly.

¡Que tenga un buen día! Have a nice day!


Spanish Dialog

Sr. Clayton: Buenos días. ¿Habla Ud. inglés?
Good morning. Do you speak English?

El dependiente: Lo siento, pero no hablo inglés.
I am sorry, I do not speak English.

Sr. Clayton: Me temo que yo hable tan sólo un poco de español.
I am afraid I only speak a little Spanish.

El dependiente: Está bien. Lo comprendo.
That is okay. I understand you.

Sr. Clayton: Me pongo nervioso cuando hablo español.
I get nervous when I speak Spanish.

El dependiente: Lo comprendo muy bien.
I understand you very well.
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