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Objetivo By the end of the lesson, you will be able to greet and say good-bye formally and informally while taking into account culturally appropriate gestures.
Greetings To be able to greet people in Spanish
Talk partners Which languages do you know about or have you heard being spoken? Do you know anyone who or do you speak another language? Here are some examples of different languages around the world:
Where in the world is English spoken? United Kingdom Ireland Australia United States of America Canada India South Africa
Where in the world is Spanish spoken? Spain Mexico Argentina Chile Peru
Piensa: How would you greet the following people?
¡Hola! This is the Spanish word for hi or hello It has a silent letter in it, can you guess which letter it is? ¡Hola! ‘h’ is always a silent letter in Spanish Can you think of some words in English that begin with an ‘h’ practice saying them without the ‘h’ at the beginning
¡ Buenas noches!¡ Buenas tardes!¡ Qué tal! ¡ Buenos días !¡ Hola ! According to the time of day
Nota Cultural: El contacto -What is physical contact like in the US when you greet someone? Does this vary with age of the person and social status? - In many Latino countries it is common to kiss on the cheek when you meet; especially among women and men and women greeting each other. How would this make you feel?
Goodbyes Spanish Goodbyes To be able to say goodbye in Spanish
Warm up! Can you remember the greetings? ¡Hola! ¡Buenos días! ¡Buenas noches! ¡Buenas tardes!
Saying goodbye How many different ways can you think of for saying goodbye in English? Do we always use the same one?
Goodbye in Spanish In Spanish the main way of saying goodbye is ¡Adiós! People also use: ¡Hasta luego! - see you later ¡Hasta mañana! - see you tomorrow ¡Nos vemos! - See you. ¡gracias! - thank you
¡Adiós! Makes an ‘ee’ sound Make sure you put more effort into this sound
¡Gracias! Makes an ‘ee’ sound Makes a ‘th’ sound
¡Hasta luego! Remember the silent ‘h’
Piensa: How would you greet this person? Why might you greet him differently than a younger person?
¿Cómo estás? How are you? Informal To a friend Formal To show more respect (older people, boss, principal Police) ¡bien, gracias ¿y tú? Fine, thank you, and you? ¿Cómo estás How are you? ¡Estoy bien, gracias ¿y usted? Fine, thank you, and you?
Canción de saludo: Sing to the tune of Are you Sleeping Buenos días, buenos días ¿Cómo estás? Muy bien, gracias. Muy bien, gracias ¿y usted? (Replace “Buenos días” with “buenas noches/buenas tardes”)