| 1. Hello - Hello. This is the simplest greeting and can be combined with any of the others below. Now you can say hola, buenos días or hola, buenas tardes.
Answering Hola would probably be better. You can use other hola responses:
- Good day / late / night.
- What is that?
- Man! (I don’t know why, but usually accompanied by a big smile)
Of course, we should start with Mexican slang, like saying hello to Mexico. Que onda is the funny way of saying it and the main thing people (including other Latinos) mention when they find out someone is Mexican.
Hola simply means hello or hello in Spanish. It’s stupid in Spanish, so unless it’s a foreign word you’ll never pronounce it, again some words like hotel, which are pronounced the same in both languages, are pronounced without h.
The default answer is probably Bien (Bien) or Muy bien (Very good). Of course, the two answers are often expanded: Muy bien, gracias.
(Very well, thank you.
If you shake hands and the other person first says mucho gusto (nice to meet you), it’s okay to answer: igalmente (in the same way) o el gusto es mío (joy is mine). Use these phrases to show good behavior in Spanish. You can also use the answer: encantado (enthusiastic) if you are male.
This is an informal greeting that you can use at any time with your friends and family.
But most Spaniards will tell you that it is often used not only for beautiful or beautiful, but also for a type of beauty or beauty that is also very sexy. Guapa or Guapo is also often used to name someone, for example Hola Guapa.
Nada means (literally) that there is no need to be grateful. I have no complaints. It’s not semantically similar at all, but it can also be translated correctly to suit you. Hospitality. Nothing means (literally) that there is no need for grace.
HOLA - Spanish
Good evening in Spanish, very simple: buenas noches. Buenas is the feminine form of the adjective bueno and means good. Noches means nights and is a feminine proper name. Then you will sleep well.
Hola is related to other European greetings such as Old High German holā, with an emphasis from Old High German halōn, Old German holōn (to fetch, used primarily to pay homage to a smuggler) or French hola (oh there!), from French there (there).
Hala Madrid is difficult to translate accurately. It means something like Go, Madrid !, Forward, Madrid! The Spanish word hala has Arabic origin, I was told that in Arabic it is more or less synonymous with drop !, come on! or hurry up !.
Holla with me is slang. Holla comes from the word Holler, which also means to scream or scream. So holla on me means call me or talk to me. Holla with me is conversational.
- 1Claro (que sí) You can use claro, literally clear, or claro que means to make an affirmation, if something is clear in Spanish this is obviously an affirmative way to say it.
- 2 No guys.
- 3 For this.
- 5 Get off.
- 6 Effective.
- 7Trato hecho / Dalo por hecho.