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1. Basic Phrases ¡ Buenos días! ¡Buenas tardes! ¡Buenas noches! bway -nohs dee-ahs bway-nahs tard -ays bway-nahs noh- chays Hello! / Good morning ! Good afternoon! Good evening ! / Good night !
¡ Hola ! / ¡Chao! Adiós. Por favor . oh-lah / chow ah-dee-ohs por fah-bor Hi! / Bye! Good bye. Please .
Hasta la vista / Hasta luego. Hasta pronto. Hasta mañana. ah-stah lah vees-tah / ah-stah ah-stah prohn-toh ah-stah mahn-yahn-ah loo-ay-go See you soon. See you tomorrow . See you / See you later .
(Muchas) Gracias . De nada. Bienvenidos (moo-chahs) grah-see-ahs day nah-dah byen-veh-nee-dohs Thank you (very much). You're welcome . Welcome
Con permiso / Perdón / Lo siento Disculpe ¡Vamos! loh see-ehn-toh kohn pehr-mee-soh / pehr- dohn bah-mohs I'm sorry / dees-kool-peh Let's go! Excuse me / Pardon me
¿Cómo está usted? ¿Cómo estás? ¿Qué tal? koh-moh ay-stah oo- sted koh-moh ay-stahs kay tahl How are you? ( formal ) How are you? ( informal ) How's it going ?
Mal / Muy mal / Más o Bien / Muy bien menos Sí / No bee-ehn / moy bee-ehn mahl / moy mahl / mahs oh see / noh Good / Very good may-nohs Yes / No Bad / Very bad / OK
¿Cómo se llama usted? ¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo... / Mi nombre es... koh-moh say yah-mah oo-sted koh-moh tay yah-mahs may yah-moh / mee nohm-breh ess What is your name? (formal) What is your name? (informal) My name is...
Mucho gusto. / Encantado. Señor / Señora / Señorita Igualmente. moo- choh goo-stoh / en-cahn- sayn-yor / sayn-yor-ah / ee-guahl-mehn-tay tah-doh sayn-yor-ee-tah Same here . / Same to you. Nice to meet you. Mister / Mrs. / Miss
¿De dónde eres? ¿De dónde es usted? Yo soy de... day dohn-day eh-rehs day dohn-day ehs oo-sted yoh soy day Where are you from? Where are you from? (formal) I'm from... (informal)
¿Cuántos años tiene usted? ¿Cuántos años tienes? Yo tengo _____ años. quahn-tohs ahn-yohs tee-ay-nay quahn-tohs ahn-yohs tee-ayn- yoh tayn-goh _____ ahn-yohs
1 oo-sted ays I am _____ years old. How old are you? (formal) How old are you? (informal)
¿Hablas inglés? ¿Habla usted español? (No) Hablo... ah-blahs een-glehs ah-blah oo-sted eh- spahn -yol noh ah-bloh Do you speak English ? Do you speak Spanish ? (formal) I (don't) speak... (informal)
¿Entiende usted? / ¿Entiendes? (No) Entiendo. Yo (no lo) se. ehn-tyen-deh oo-sted / ehn-tyen- noh ehn-tyen-doh yoh noh loh seh dehs I (don't) understand . I (don't) know . Do you understand? (formal / informal)
¿Puede ayudarme? Claro / Claro que sí ¿Cómo? pweh -deh ah-yoo-dar-meh klah-roh / klah-roh keh see koh-moh Can you help me? (formal) Sure / Of course What? Pardon me?
¿Dónde está / Dónde están... ? Aquí / Ahí Hay / Había... dohn-deh eh-stah / dohn-deh eh- ah-kee / ah-ee eye / ah-bee-ah stahn Here / There There is / are... / There was / were... Where is ... / Where are ... ?
¿Cómo se dice ____ en español? ¿Qué es esto ? ¿Qué te pasa? koh-moh seh dee-seh ___ en eh- keh ehs ehs-toh keh teh pah-sah spahn-yol What is that? What's the matter (with you)? How do you say ____ in Spanish?
No importa. ¿Qué pasa? Sin novedad. noh eem-por-tah keh pah-sah seen noh-veh-dahd It doesn't matter. What's happening ? Nothing much.
No tengo ninguna idea . ¡Buena idea! ¡Pase! noh tehn-goh neen-goo-nah ee- bweh-nah ee-deh-ah pah-seh deh-ah Good idea! Go ahead ! I have no idea.
Estoy cansado / enfermo. Tengo hambre / sed. Tengo calor / frío. eh-stoy kahn-sah-doh / ehn-fehr- tehn-goh ahm-breh / sed tehn-goh kah-lohr / free-oh moh I'm hungry / thirsty. I'm hot / cold . I'm tired / sick.
Estoy aburrido. No me importa. No se preocupe. eh-stoy ah-boo-ree-doh noh meh eem-por-tah noh seh preh-oh-koo-peh I'm bored. I don't care. Don't worry
Está bien. Me olvidé. Tengo que ir ahora.
2 ehs-tah bee-ehn meh ohl-vee-deh tehn-goh keh eer ah-oh-rah That's alright. / It's ok. I forgot. I must go now.
¿Listo? Quizás / Depende. Todavía no. lees-toh kee-sahs / deh-pehn-deh toh-dah-vee-ah noh Ready ? Maybe / It depends. Not yet.
¡Qué chistoso! ¡Que le vaya bien! ¡Nos vemos! keh chees -toh-soh keh leh vah-yah bee-ehn nohs veh-mos How funny! Have a nice day! We'll see you!
¡Salud! ¡Felicitaciones! ¡Buena suerte! sah-lood feh-lee-see-tah-see-oh-nehs bweh-nah swehr-teh Bless you! Congratulations ! Good luck !
Te toca a ti. ¡Callate! Te amo. teh toh-kah ah tee kah-yah-teh tay ah-moh It's your turn. (informal) Shut up! I love you. (informal and singular ) Notice that Spanish has informal and formal ways of speaking. This is because there is more than one meaning to "you" in Spanish (as well as in many other languages .) The informal you is used when talking to close friends , relatives, animals or children . The formal you is used when talking to someone you just met, do not know well, or someone for whom you would like to show respect (a professor , for example.) Encantado, cansado, enfermo, and aburrido are the masculine forms of the words . If the words refer to a woman or are spoken by a woman, then the final o changes to a: encantada, cansada, enferma, and aburrida In Spain , as well as Argentina , Bolivia, Chile , Paraguay, Peru , Uruguay and Venezuela , the Spanish language is called castellano instead of español.
2. Pronunciation Spanish Letter English Sound a ah e ay i ee o oh u oo ll y b at beginning of word, real soft b between 2 v vowels ñ ny (as in canyon) r almost like a d when in between 2 vowels rr r with a roll of the tongue d almost like a th when in between 2 vowels
3 j hard h g g, sometimes a h qu k ai / all / ay eye z s z, ce, ci th (in northern Spain only)
The five vowels in Spanish are all pure vowels: [a], [e], [i], [o], [u] Be sure that you do not pronounce a diphthong as we do in English (the extra yuh or wuh sound at the end). Stress : Just as in English, Spanish stresses a certain syllable in a word. If a word ends in a consonant , except s or n, the stress is on the last syllable. If a word ends in a vowel , or s or n, the stress is on the second-to-last syllable. For words that do no follow these rules , an accent is written over the vowel so that you will know to stress that syllable, as in el pájaro ( bird ). Please keep in mind that because Spanish is spoken in many countries, there are several regional dialects and accents so pronunciation rules may not apply to all countries. This tutorial is mostly concerned with the language that is spoken in Mexico and Spain.
3. Alphabet
a ah j hoh-tah r air-ay
b bay k kah rr airr-ay c say l ay-lay s ay-say
ch chay ll ay-yay t tay
d day m ay-may u oo
e ay n ay-nay v bay chee -kah
f ay-fay ñ ayn-yay w vay doh-blay
g hey o oh x ah- kees
h ah-chay p pay y ee-gree-ay-gah
i ee q koo z say-tah
The Spanish language academy no longer considers the ch, ll or rr to be separate letters in dictionaries, but they are still separate letters in the alphabet. In Spain, you can say oo-bay for v, but in Latin America most dialects just use bay and an adjective , such as chica (Mexico and Peru) or corta (Argentina and Chile).
4 4. Articles & Demonstratives Masc. Singular Fem. Singular Masc. Plural Fem. Plural the el (ail) la (lah) the los (lohs) las (lahs) a, an un (oon) una (oon-ah) some unos (oon-ohs) unas (oon-ahs) this este esta these estos estas that ese esa those esos esas that aquel aquella those aquellos aquellas
El is also used with feminine nouns beginning with a or ha when the accent is on the first syllable. Words that end in -o and -or are generally masculine, with a few exceptions : la mano ( hand ), la foto ( photo ). Words that end in -a are generally feminine, with a few exceptions: el mapa (map), el problema (problem). Other feminine words end in -ción, -tad, -dad, or -tud. Use the ese forms to mean that when what you are talking about is near the person you are addressing. Use the aquel forms when what you are talking about is far from both you and the person you are addressing. Esto and eso are the neuter forms of this and that. They can be used in general and abstract ways. Demonstrative adjectives (listed above ) are used before a noun ; if you want to use the demonstrative pronouns , which are used before a verb , add an accent on all of the first e's: éste, ésta, éstos, éstas, ése, ésa, ésos, ésas, aquél, aquélla, aquéllos, aquéllas.
5. Subject Pronouns nosotros / noh-soh-trohs / yo yoh I we nosotras noh-soh-trahs vosotros / boh-soh-trohs / tú too you (informal) you all vosotras boh-soh-trahs él / ella / ail / ay-yah / he / she / it / you ellos / ellas / ay-yohs / ay-yahs / they / they / you usted oo-sted (formal) ustedes oo-sted-ays (plural)
Vosotros is used only in Spain when speaking to more than one person with whom you know well. Nosotras and vosotras refer to a group of all females, as well as ellas. Ustedes is almost always used for saying "you all" in all Spanish speaking countries. Usted can be abbreviated to Ud. Ustedes can also be abbreviated to Uds. Please note that the subject pronouns are rarely used before verbs .
6. To Be & to Have ser - to be present past future soy I am fuí I was seré I will be eres you are fuiste you were serás you will be es he/she/it is fué he/she/it was será he/she/it will be somos we are fuimos we were seremos we will be sois you are fuisteis you were seréis you will be
5 son they are fueron they were serán they will be estar - to be present past future estoy I am estuve I was estaré I will be estás you are estuviste you were estarás you will be está he/she/it is estuvo he/she/it was estará he/she/it will be estamos we are estuvimos we were estaremos we will be estáis you are estuvisteis you were estaréis you will be están they are estuvieron they were estarán they will be tener - to have present past future tengo I have tuve I had tendré I will have tienes you have tuviste you had tendrás you will have tiene he/she/it has tuvo he/she/it had tendrá he/she/it will have tenemos we have tuvimos we had tendremos we will have tenéis you have tuvisteis you had tendréis you will have tienen they have tuvieron they had tendrán they will have Highlighted forms are only used in Spain. Ser is used to identify or describe . It tells what something is, its basic characteristics, or its origin . Estar is used to tell the location of something or how someone feels. Uses of Ser El edificio es un templo. The building is a temple. Identify person/ object La casa es grande . The house is large. Inherent characteristics Carlos es pobre . Charles is poor . or qualities Es carpintero. He is a carpenter . Nationality / Occupation Son las tres. It's three o' clock . Telling time Los libros son de Juan . The books are John's. Express ownership Es necesario. It is necessary . Impersonal expressions El teléfono fue inventado por The telephone was invented by Passive voice Bell. Bell. Uses of Estar Location/ position El libro está en la mesa . The book is on the table. Temporary La ventana está abierta. The window is open. condition /state Juan está enfermo. John is sick. State of health Miguel está estudiando. Michael is studying . Form progressive tense Sometimes changing the verb can completely change the meaning: ser aburrido means to be boring, while estar aburrido means to be bored. Others include: ser bueno - to be nice, estar bueno - to be in good health; ser callado - to be discrete, estar callado - to be silent ; ser moreno - to have brown hair , estar moreno - to be tan.
Many common expressions using the verb "be" in English use the verb "tener" in Spanish (but not all):
6 to be afraid tener miedo to be in a hurry tener prisa, estar de prisa to be against estar en contra to be jealous tener celos to be at fault tener la culpa to be lucky tener suerte to be careful tener cuidado to be patient tener paciencia to be cold tener frío to be sleepy tener sueño to be curious ser curioso/a to be successful tener éxito to be happy estar contento/a to be thirsty tener sed to be hot tener calor to be tired estar cansado/a to be hungry tener hambre to be ___ years old tener ___ años
7. Question Words what qué which cuál(es) who quién(es) how much cuánto (-a) how cómo how many cuántos (-as) when cuándo whom a quién(es) where dónde whose de quién(es) why por qué
8. cardinal & ordinal Numbers 0 cero say-roh 1 uno oo-noh first primero 2 dos dohs second segundo 3 tres trays third tercero 4 cuatro kwah-troh fourth cuarto 5 cinco seen-koh fifth quinto 6 seis says sixth sexto 7 siete see-ay-tay seventh séptimo 8 ocho oh-choh eighth octavo 9 nueve new-ay-vay ninth noveno 10 diez dee-ays tenth décimo 11 once ohn-say eleventh undécimo 12 doce doh-say twelfth duodécimo 13 trece tray-say thirteenth décimo tercero 14 catorce kah-tor-say fourteenth décimo cuarto 15 quince keen-say fifteenth décimo quinto 16 diez y seis dee-ays ee says sixteenth décimo sexto 17 diez y siete dee-ays ee see-ay- seventeenth décimo séptimo
7 tay 18 diez y ocho dee-ays ee oh-choh eighteenth décimo octavo diez y dee-ays ee new-ay- 19 nineteenth décimo noveno nueve vay 20 veinte bayn-tay twentieth vigésimo 21 veinte y uno bayn-tay ee oo-noh twenty -first vigésimo primero twenty- 22 veinte y dos bayn-tay ee dohs vigésimo segundo second 30 treinta trayn-tah thirtieth trigésimo 40 cuarenta kuar-ain-tah fortieth cuadragésimo 50 cincuenta seen-kuain-tah fiftieth quincuagésimo 60 sesenta say-sain-tah sixtieth sexagésimo 70 setenta say- tain -tah seventieth septuagésimo 80 ochenta oh- chain -tah eightieth octogésimo 90 noventa noh-bain-tah ninetieth nonagésimo 100 cien (to) see-ain-(toh) hundredth centésimo 1000 mil meel thousandth milésimo
If you are just saying 100, you use cien. If it's over 100, you use ciento. So 101 is ciento uno and 156 would be ciento cincuenta y seis. Also you can use dieciséis, diecisiete, dieciocho, and diecinueve for 16, 17, 18, and 19, respectively. They are pronounced the same but are combined into one word. Additionally, 21-29 can be written as one word (veintiuno, veintidós, veintitrés, etc.), but you need to use y for the rest of the numbers. Primero and tercero drop the final -o when used directly before a noun.
9. Days of the Week Monday lunes loo-nays Tuesday martes mar-tays Wednesday miércoles mee-air-coh- lays Thursday jueves hway- bays Friday viernes bee-air-nays Saturday sábado sah-bah-doh Sunday domingo doh- ming -oh day el día dee-ah week la semana say-mahn-ah weekend el fin de semana feen day say-mahn-ah today hoy oy tonight esta noche es-tah noh-chay last night anoche ah-noh-chay yesterday ayer eye-yair
8 tomorrow mañana mahn-yahn-ah my birthday mi cumpleaños mee coom-play-ahn-yohs next próximo / próxima prok-see-moh / mah last pasado / pasada pah-sah-doh / dah day before yesterday anteayer ahn-teh-eye-yair day after tomorrow pasado mañana pah-sah-doh mahn-yahn-ah the following day el día siguiente dee-ah see-gwee-ehn-teh the day before la víspera vees-peh-rah
Days of the week are all masculine in gender and they are not capitalized in writing. The definite article is not used after the verb ser, but at all other times it is required and there is slight change in meaning if it is singular or plural: el lunes = on Monday but los lunes = on Mondays
10. Months of the Year January enero ay-nair-oh February febrero fay-bray-roh March marzo mar-soh April abril ah-breel May mayo mi-oh June junio hoo-nee-oh July julio hoo-lee-oh August agosto ah-gohs-toh September septiembre sayp-tee-aim-bray October octubre ohk-too-bray November noviembre noh-bee-aim-bray December diciembre dee-see-aim-bray month el mes mais first of [a month] el primero de [month] pree-mair-oh day _____ year el año ahn-yoh decade la década deh-kah-dah century el siglo see-gloh millennium el milenio mee-leh-nee-oh
The preposition en is used with months: en abril = in April. Also notice that primero is used for the first of the month, but the rest of the days are referred to using the regular cardinal numbers: el primero de junio but el dos de julio. Months of the year are also all masculine and not capitalized in writing. ¿Cual es la fecha de hoy? What is today's date ? Hoy es el primero de agosto. Today is August 1st.
9 11. Seasons spring la primavera in spring en primavera summer el verano in summer en verano winter el invierno in winter en invierno autumn el otoño in autumn en otoño
12. Directions to the right a la derecha to the left a la izquierda straight ahead todo derecho north el norte northeast el noreste south el sur northwest el noroeste east el este southeast el sureste west el oeste southwest el suroeste
13. Colors & shapes red rojo / roja circle el círculo pink rosado / rosada square el cuadrado orange anaranjado / anaranjada rectangle el rectángulo yellow amarillo / amarilla triangle el triángulo green verde oval el óvalo blue azul cube el cubo light blue celeste sphere la esfera purple morado / morada cylinder el cilindro violet violeta cone el cono brown marrón octagon el octágono black negro / negra box la caja gray gris pyramid la pirámide white blanco / blanca golden dorado / dorada dark oscuro / oscura silver plateado / plateada light claro / clara
All adjectives in Spanish are placed after the noun that they describe and they agree in gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural) with the noun. Notice that some colors do not change for gender (marrón) or number (gris). To change an adjective to the feminine form, you usually just change the final -o to -a. To make an adjective plural, simply add an -s. a red house = una casa roja
10 14. Time ¿Qué hora es? What time is it? Es la una. It's one. Son las dos/tres/cuatro... It's two/three/four... Es mediodía. It's noon. Es medianoche. It's midnight. Son las cinco y cinco. It's 5:05 Son las ocho y cuarto. It's 8:15 Son las diez menos cuarto. It's 9:45 Son cuarto para las diez. It's 9:45 (common in Mexico) Son las nueve menos diez. It's 8:50 Son diez para las nueve. It's 8:50 (common in Mexico) Son las tres y media / treinta. It's 3:30 de la mañana in the morning / AM de la tarde in the afternoon / PM de la noche in the evening / PM en punto exactly
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