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Spanish at Work
Wednesday, August 22 2007









  - hello // hi


 buenos dias     
 (can be used from
break of dawn till dusk
- it literally means "Good Day")

 boo-ay-nohs dee-ahs  

 - good morning


 buenas noches                  

boo-ay-nahs no-chess                             

 good evening




 - good bye




 Como estas?  Coh' mo(u) est-ahs  How are you?
 6  Muy bien    Very well
 7  Gracias    Thank you
 8  Asi, asi, gracias.    So, so, thank you.
 9  Hasta mañana.    See you tomorrow.
 10  Hasta luego.    See you later.
 11  Como se llama?    What's your name?
 12  Me llamo Marcos.    My name is Mark.
 13  Mucho gusto en conocerle, Marcos.    Nice to meet you, Mark.
 14  Por favor.   Please.
 15  No    No
 16  Si    Yes
 17  Muchas gracias    Thank you very much.
 18  De nada.    You are welcome (don't mention it).
 19  Buenos dias    Good morning.
 20  Buenas noches    Good evening.
 21  Adiós     Good bye.



 22 Te gusta esto?    Do you like this? 
 23  No    No
 24  No, no me gusta.    No, I don't like it.
  25  Te gusta esto?     Do you like this?
 26  Si.    Yes.
 27  Si, me gusta.    Yes, I like it.
 28  Muchas gracias.    Thank you very much.
 29  De nada.    You are welcome (don't mention it).



Qué es esto?

   What is this?
 31  Esto es un... (masculin)    This is a...
 32  Esto es una... (feminin)    

 In Spanish every noun is either feminine or masculin,
and (ussually) can be recognized by the ending of the noun
Most feminin nouns end in "a", e.g. la messa, la cassa, la monta
la mañana; but can have different endings as well, in which case can
be recognized by the definite article "la", e.g. la mujer

The definite article for feminine nouns is "la"
.... for masculine "el", e.g. el hombre, el papel, el señor...

NOTE: Do not stress about using the correct gender for nouns -
the main thing in the beginning is to get understood.  Every
non-english speaker will be super happy if you simply understand
them, or if you make yourself understood.

 33  Estos son... (masculin)    These are...
 34  Estas son... (feminin)    These are...
 35  Esto es el documento.    This is the document.
 36  Estos son los documentos.    These are the documents
 37 Esta es la oficina.    This is the ofice.
 38  Estas son las oficianas    These are the offices.

More Small Talk...

 39 No comprendo   no'h com(b).pray.ndoh I don't understand 
 40  Comprende com(b)  Do you understand? 
 41  hablo  ah.blow  I speak
 42  un pocito  ooh.n  poh.key.tow  a little
 43  solo    only
 44  Hablo solo un pocito Español    I only speak a little Spanish
 45  habla  ah.blah  do you speak / does s/he speak / s/he speaks
 46  Habla Ingles?  - - - - -  in.glaze  Do you speak English? (Does s/he speak English)
 47  repite  re.pee.tay  repeet
 48  por favor  por fa(r)vor  please
 49  Repite por favor    Please repeat
 50 soy     I am

Posted by: E.G. Sebastian AT 08:10 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email

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