Whether you’re going to be working in Spain or spending some time with your Spanish speaking friends, you’ll want to be able to chat with people and get to know them better. These phrases will help you communicate with acquaintances, friends, family and colleagues in a variety of everyday situations.
Presentar las personas/ Introducing people
Hablar de ti mismo/ Talking about yourself
Preguntado para información/ Asking for information
Diciendo lo que quieres hacer/ Saying what you want to do
Expresando opiniones/ Expressing opinions
Tomar decisiones/ Making suggestions
Hablando su planes/ Talking about your plans
Haciendo planes/ Making arrangements
Decir lo que tienes que hacer/ saying what you have to do
When you want to talk to people that you either don’t know at all, or don’t know very well, the way to say you is usted. Nowadays, younger people in Spain tend not to use usted in this way.
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