Ways To Say Hello In English

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How to say "hello"

​Bye! (casual)​they're "very good" when they're being ironic. If you hear ​like "I'm hanging in ​Todo bien​, ​Chau​only say that ​

​Literally "here we are", but it's usually used ​

​instead:​

​Information from websites: ​

​Goodbye​

​In some Spanish-speaking countries (eg, Argentina) people will often ​

​Acá andamos​

​one of these ​

​week​Adiós​say "mal" ("bad").​Aquí estamos​than "good" in your world, you can use ​See you next ​

​casual options.​

​straight out and ​

​these:​a little better ​semana​

How to say "how are you?"

​polite options, and some more ​to ever come ​use one of ​If things are ​Hasta la próxima ​say goodbye, again you've got some ​terrible, it's bad form ​

​so-so, you could also ​

​Good, thanks, and you? (informal)​

​See you later​

​When it's time to ​

​Even if you're feeling really ​

​a bit more ​

​Bien, gracias, ¿y tú?​Hasta luego​good day.​about it?​If things are ​Good, thanks, and you? (formal)​See you tomorrow​having a very ​really tell you ​

​Very good​

​Bien, gracias, ¿y usted?​

​Hasta mañana​

​¿Qué haces? *​

​chance they're probably not ​

​Good... or shall I ​Muy bien​a response.​See you (casual)​better than this!") — there's a good ​

How to say "good, thanks!"

​Bien...¿o te cuento?​Everything's good​you "How are you?" you will usually ​Nos vemos​someone say "¡Mejor imposible!" ("it doesn't get any ​there", or "I'm alive".​quick "¿Qué tal?" isn't really expecting ​do?" or "what are you ​

​¿Cómo andas?​

​pick depends on ​

​For casual, everyday conversations you ​

​How are you? (formal)​

​"how are you?" (Although just like ​commonly used. So if in ​occasionally hear the ​Good evening​Buenos días​

​phrase book. There's a good ​

​do in English, if someone asks ​

​"what do you ​

​¿Qué tal?​

​"how are you?", "what's up?" "how's it going?" "how you doin'?" etc. Which one you ​How are you? (informal)​¿Cómo está?​follow up with ​"Buen día" is not very ​

​("Good days"), but you might ​

​Buenas noches​

​¡Hola!​in a Spanish ​blurting out a ​

​Yup, just as you ​

​Note that ¿Qué haces? can also mean ​personal preference.​of the following. They all mean ​

​¿Cómo estás?​answer.)​English, it's nice to ​Good day​in the plural ​

​Good afternoon​refresher:​the greetings you'll probably see ​in English, often the person ​context.​how are you? / what's up? / how's it going? how you doin'? (very casual)​come from, or your own ​pick from any ​

How to say "goodbye"

​How are you? (also formal)​to get an ​Just like in ​Buen día​

​greetings are always ​

​Buenas tardes​

​learned these, but here's a quick ​

​We'll start with ​

​say "good, thanks!" Although just like ​

​doing?", depending on the ​

​¿Cómo va?​

​which Spanish-speaking country you ​

​can take your ​

​¿Cómo está usted?​

​in English, don't always expect ​doubt, stick to "buenos días"​

​singular "buen día" instead of "buenos días"​Note that Spanish ​



​Good morning​
​chance you've probably already ​
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