Spanish Salutations & Family Terms Flashcards

Spanish Salutations & Family Terms Flashcards
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Translate the following question into Spanish:

How are you?

¿Cómo estás? for the informal.

Use ¿Cómo está? for a more formal situation.

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Translate the following into Spanish:

good afternoon

Buenas tardes
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Translate the following into English:

buenas noches

This means ''good evening'' or ''good night''; it can be used as a night-time greeting or as a way to say good bye.
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Translate the following into Spanish:

Hello (less formal)

Hola
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Flashcard Content Overview

Practice simple and commonly used Spanish greetings and getting-to-know-you questions with this set of flashcards. Additionally, you will be exposed to the unique way in which Spanish-speaking cultures format their names. This set will help you build a foundation for your ever-growing Spanish speaking and listening skills!

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Studying with Flashcards

Studying for Spanish exams or life in a Spanish-speaking country can be challenging. Use this set of flashcards to help you take on some of the most essential phrases to navigate life in a Spanish-speaking country. Used in combination with other sets, your Spanish will continue to grow until you'll be the one translating for your non-Spanish speaking friends! A quick review every day will help you solidify your skills, so whether you're on the bus, on the couch, or in a dorm-room, grab your device and review flashcards!

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Translate the following into Spanish:

Hello (less formal)

Hola

Translate the following into English:

buenas noches

This means ''good evening'' or ''good night''; it can be used as a night-time greeting or as a way to say good bye.

Translate the following into Spanish:

good afternoon

Buenas tardes

Translate the following question into Spanish:

How are you?

¿Cómo estás? for the informal.

Use ¿Cómo está? for a more formal situation.

Translate the following into Spanish:

I'm good.

Estoy bien. This is the response to the informal ¿Cómo estás?

Translate the follow question into Spanish:

Where are you from?

¿De dónde eres? for the informal.

Use ¿De dónde es usted? for more formal scenarios.

Identify the best verb form to use in Latin America as a plural you when addressing a room full of colleagues.
Use ustedes. In Spain, you will typically use vosotros in this scenario.
Isabel Pérez has just married Juan García. Her name would become Isabel Pérez _____ García.
Her full name would be Isabel Pérez de García. The de is added between her maiden name and her husband's last name.
In Spanish culture, often individuals have a first and a second surname. Identify which surname, first or second, by which they are most commonly known.
Their first surname is considered the family name. For example, someone named Diego Leonardo Delgado Mendoza would be known commonly as Diego Delgado.

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