Flashcards in Greetings Deck (13):
Literally means "good days", but is used for Good Morning.
Is also used.
Or more commonly just
But only for the afternoon.
See you later
Good Day , as another way to say goodbye.
Don't confuse with Buenos Días (Good Morning)
Thank you very much
Gracias is feminine, therefore muchAs
If you want to get by someone.
If you want to ask someone something, start with...
Excuse me or sorry to disrupt you
Discúlpame , señor....
If you hold a door open for someone, or invite someone into a room or store, or let someone go ahead of you...
Can I take a picture?
Puedo hacer foto?
How are you? What's up?
NOTE: “bien” because it is an adverb. “I am feeling...” is implied ,but not stated.