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Saludos y Despedidas
When greeting someone it is customary to shake hands. Many people also exchange a kiss on the cheek or a hug. The greeting changes with the time of the day.
This expression can be used by anyone at anytime.
Buenos días is used in the morning. (B-way-nos-dee-ahs)
Buenas tardes is used in the afternoon and early evening. (B-way-nas-tar-days)
Buenas noches is used at night. (B-way-nas-no-chays)
These expressions are all used to say good- bye. (Despedidas=Farewells)
Adiós Means Good-bye
Hasta mañana literally means “until tomorrow”
Hasta luego Means: “see you later”
See you soon!
Nos vemos (Used to express that you and another person expect to see each-other later in the day or in the near future.)
Introducing ourselves in Spanish.
If you want to find out someone’s name you can ask:
¿Cómo te llamas?
To answer that question you say: Me llamo _________ (My name is ______)
As a polite gesture, you should say: “Encantado” which is one way to say nice to meet you!
Boys: You have to use the form: Encantado
Girls: You say “Encantada”
You can also say “es un placer” which means “it’s a pleasure”
Or you can say also “Mucho gusto” which means “Nice to meet you”
You can respond to “Nice to meet you” also by saying: “El gusto es mío.” which means: The pleasure is all mine.
If you want to find out a person’s name you don’t know you can ask someone: