¡Adiós! We most often use Adiós when we will not be seeing someone for a while. For example… 0 You are leaving a store and say "goodbye" to a sales clerk that you will not see again... 0 You say goodbye to someone who is going away for a longer period of time.
3 phrases with hasta hasta =until 0 ¡Hasta luego! 0 ¡Hasta la vista! 0 ¡Hasta pronto!
¿Qué tal? Situation: Often used after hola to ask how someone is doing
¿Qué pasa? Situation: When asking someone what is happening or what’s up
Titles for adults 0 Señor 0 Señora 0 Señorita
Gender 0 We will learn more about this later but here is a quick snapshot of gender in Spanish… We will use a word that is familiar to most people because of the popular weather phenomenon by the same name. El niño means the boy. La niña means the girl.
Gender (continued) El niño La niña From these two examples we can learn a few things about Spanish. Words that talk about people and end in an –o refer to the masculine version of the word. Words that talk about people and end in and –a refer to the feminine version of the word. Also notice that el and la both mean “the” but we use el with masculine words and la with feminine words.
Picture credits 0 Afternoon Picture Creative Commons: http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photography-lazy- afternoon-image23218882 All other images are from Microsoft PowerPoint.