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1 Greetings and Introductions por Sra. Bodinet

2 How to say hi  There are multiple ways to say heelo in Spanish, just like in English.  We say, hello, hey, hi, good morning, good day, and the list goes on and on. There is no difference in Spanish.  In this tutorial, you will practice how to say hi.

3 Hello  Hola literally means hi in Spanish. You may have known this already.  To say good morning, we say buenos días. Try saying it- “bwen-nose dee-ahs”  To say good afternoon, we say buenas tardes. Try saying it-”bwen-ahs tar-days”  To say good night or good evening, we say, buenas noches. Try saying it- “bwen-ahs no- chase”

4 Note  You may have noticed that the word for ‘good’ is spelled differently; ‘buenos’ and ‘buenas’.  In Spanish, almost all nouns are masculine or feminine.  Días is the plural of el día (el is masculine). Tardes is from la tarde, and noches is from la noche (la is feminine).

5 ¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás?  On p.2 in your book, there are 3 dialogues. We’ll go through each in a moment with their translations.  Notice when you look at them that there are upside exclamation points (¡) and upside down question marks (¿) These are normal, and when a reader reads the sentence out loud, it gives him/her a heads up on how to read it. Exclammatory sentences are read differently from sentences asking questions.

6 p.2, Dialogue 1  Line 1: “¡Buenos días, señor!” “Good morning, sir!”  Line 2: “¡Buenos días! ¿Cómo te llamas?” “Good morning. What’s your name?” Cómo te llamas is from the verb llamarse and literally means ‘what do you call yourself?’  Line 3: “Me llamo Felipe.” “My name is Felipe.” Me llamo literally means I call myself. Felipe is Phillip is English.

7 p.2 Dialogue 2  Line 1: “Buenas tardes, señora!” “Good afternoon, madam!” (note: If a woman is married, she’s a Señora).  Line 2: “¡Buenas tardes! ¿Cómo te llamas?” “Good afternoon! What’s your name?  Line 3: “Me llamo Beatriz.” “My name is Beatriz.” (note: Beatriz is Beatrice in English).  Line 4: “Mucho gusto.” “Pleased to meet you.”  Line 5: “Encantada.” “Delighted.”

8 p. 2 Dialogue 3  Line 1: “¡Buenas noches! ¿Cómo te llamas? “Good evening! What’s your name?  Line 2: “Hola! Me llamo Graciela. ¿Y tú?” “Hi! My name is Graciela. And you?” (note: Graciela is Gracie in English)  Line 3:”Me llamo Lorenzo” “My name is Lorenzo.” (note: Lorenzo means Laurence in English).  Line 4: “Mucho gusto.” “Pleased to meet you.”  Line 5: “Igualmente.” “Likewise.” “Likewise.”

9 ¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás? p.4 Dialogue 1  Line 1: “Buenos días, Adela. ¿Cómo estás?” “Good morning, Adela. How are you?  Line 2: “Bien, gracias, Sr. Ruiz. Y usted? “Good, thank you, Mr. Ruiz. And you?”  Line 3: “Bien, gracias.” “Good, thank you.”

10 p.4 Dialogue 2  Line 1: “Buenas tardes, Sr. Ruiz.¿Cómo está Ud.?” “Good afternoon, Mr. Ruiz. How are you?  Line 2: “Muy bien, gracias. ¿Y tú?” “Very well, thank you. And you?”  Line 3: “Bien, gracias.” “Good, thank you.”

11 Note: tú vs. usted  You may have noticed that tú and usted both mean you in Spanish. So, what’s the difference?  Tú is used with people you are familiar with or are on a first name basis with.  Usted is used with people you want to be formal with or those you don’t know well.  For example, you would use ‘usted’ with Sr. Litteken, but you would use ‘tú’ with a friend.  For more examples, see p.5 Exploración del lenguaje

12 p.4 Dialogue 3  Line 1: “Buenas noches, Miguel. ¿Qué tal?” “Good evening, Miguel. How are you?”  Line 2: “Regular.¿Y tú, Carlos? ¿Qué pasa?” “Ok. And you, Carlos? What’s up?”  Line 3: “Nada.” “Nothing.”

13 p.4 Dialogue 4  Line 1: “¡Adiós, Srta. Moreno! ¡Hasta luego! Good bye, Ms. Moreno! See you later!  “¡Hasta mañana!” “See you tomorrow!”  Note: Srta. is the abbreviation for Señorita, or Miss, in Spanish.

14 Check out these videos to practice your conversation skills.  Kyvc84 Kyvc84 Kyvc84  kj5es kj5es kj5es  audio-phrases-greetings.html audio-phrases-greetings.html audio-phrases-greetings.html


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