List of Spanish Words that Start with A in Spanish

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How to say Thank you in Spanish

 

There are times when knowing how to express gratitude in Spanish can make a big difference in your travel experiences and relationship with others.

In this short post we will look at how to say thank you in Spanish and we will review a few ideas that may be useful to express how grateful you are in casual and more formal contexts.

 

To say thank you in Spanish you can say:

Gracias.

 

How to say thank you in spanish

 

 

Learn the pronunciation here: 

httpv://youtu.be/DTInCqwnUW4

 

 

A few other formal alternatives to say thanks are:

 

I really appreciate what you have done.

En verdad valoro lo que usted ha hecho.

 

Thanks for what you did, I appreciate it.

Gracias por lo que hizo, lo valoro.

 

I feel very thankful.

Me siento muy agradecido.

 

You’re very kind, thank you very much.

Es usted muy amable, muchas gracias.

 

Thank you very much for your help.

Muchas gracias por su ayuda.

 

 

Learn the pronunciation of these phrases here:

 httpv://youtu.be/kyw-v-MOTGc

 

 

Now let’s take a look at a few other phrases that may be used in a more casual environment (with friends or people you know at school for example):

 

Hey, thanks a lot.

Hey, muchas gracias.

 

Thank you very much!

¡Muchísimas gracias!

 

Seriously, thanks so much!

En serio, ¡muchas gracias!

 

Thanks for your help.

Gracias por tu ayuda.

 

Learn the pronunciation of these phrases here:

httpv://youtu.be/Yw2CV232w6k

 

 

We hope this short post was useful to help you learn how to say thank you in Spanish, it is something that will be very useful while traveling in Spanish-speaking countries.

 

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How do you say I love you in Spanish?

 

Having the ability to express love is one of the most important functions of a language. In this short post we will take a look at how do you say I love you in Spanish and some other phrases that may be useful to express your feelings for someone special.

 

To say I love you in Spanish, you can say:

Te quiero.

 

You may also say:

Te amo.

 

Learn how to pronounce these phrases here: 

httpv://youtu.be/yJRarr5UiMs

 

 

It is important to mention that, although there are two ways of saying I love you in Spanish (te quiero and te amo), they may be used in different contexts.

 

For example,

In Mexico and in most of Latin America saying “te quiero” means I love you,

 

“Te quiero” may be used with a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife; and it may also be used to express fraternal love for a brother, sister, cousin or a friend.

 

So, in English there is only one verb to say I love you (to love), but in Spanish we have 2 (querer and amar).

 

Although “te quiero” can be used to express love for a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife as well as friends and family,

 

“Te amo” may only be used to express romantic feelings. For example, for a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife. Generally, you wouldn’t use “Te amo” with a brother, a sister, or friends (however, there are exceptions and some people may use them that way as well, occasionally to express intense fraternal love).

 

“Te amo” is more of a romantic nature, and “te quiero” (although it means I love you) may be used in both romantic and fraternal contexts ( fraternal, as in a context of family or friends).

 

 

A few other phrases you can use to express your love for somebody are (in a romantic context):

 

I love you very much.

Te quiero mucho.

 

You are a very special person for me.

Eres una persona muy especial para mí.

 

You are the most important person in my life.

Eres la persona más importante en mi vida.

 

I don’t know what I would have done if I had never met you.

No sé que habría hecho si no te hubiera conocido.

 

I enjoy being with you.

Disfruto estar contigo.

 

I love spending time with you.

Me encanta pasar tiempo contigo.

 

Learn how to pronounce these phrases here: 

httpv://youtu.be/hh9aUw-Ue4Q

  

 

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How Do You Say My Name is in Spanish

 

Today we will address a question that we often get from our readers. The question is: How do you say “my name is” in Spanish.

In this short post we will try to answer this question as well as give you a few other alternative phrases that may be useful when interacting with people you just met.

Let’s get started!

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An easy way to say “my name is” in Spanish is:

“Mi nombre es…”

 

 

Learn the pronunciation of this phrase here:

httpv://youtu.be/3T5krHB9j2c

 

Now let’s think for a moment your name is Charles (just for a moment, don’t worry okay?)

To Introduce yourself, you could say in Spanish:

“Mi nombre es Charles”

 

Now let’s look at other options that may be helpful when you want to introduce yourself in Spanish.

 

A few other alternative phrases are:

 

Hi, nice to meet you. My name is Carlos.

Hola, mucho gusto. Me llamo Carlos

 

 

Hi my name is José.

Hola, mi nombre es José.

 

 

Nice to meet you, my name is Roberto.

Encantado, mi nombre es Roberto.

 

Learn the pronunciation of these phrase here:

httpv://youtu.be/mdZ9dyz9g9U

 

 

As a note, in Spanish we often say “me llamo”, “me llamo Carlos”. That, technically means “I am called Carlos”.

The equivalent in English would be “My name is Carlos”. It’s just a different way to say it, but they mean the same thing.

 

 

Now, Let’s look at a few more examples…

 

Hi, what’s your name?

Hola, ¿cómo te llamas?

 

Hi, I would like to know your name.

Hola, me gustaría saber tu nombre.

 

You have a beautiful name!

¡Tienes un nombre hermoso!

 

Learn the pronunciation of these phrase here:

httpv://youtu.be/FYPHXArXoNA

 

 

I hope this short post was useful in helping you understand how to say “my name is” in Spanish, as well as a few other variations that may be useful in different casual scenarios.

 

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It’s easy. You can learn how to do it here:

The Numbers

 

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The Colors of the Rainbow in Spanish

 

In this short article we will take a look at some of the most

commonly used Spanish words, the colors of the rainbow

in Spanish.

 

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Lets review the colors of the rainbow in Spanish:

 

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX210bsPc68

 If you prefer to watch this video on youtube, you may go here: Colors of the Rainbow in Spanish

 

 

Although it is not very long, the colors of the rainbow in

Spanish are a useful Spanish vocabulary list that is

commonly used in everyday conversations. Without

a question, knowing the colors in Spanish is an

excellent and engaging way to expand your

Spanish vocabulary.

 

 

When it comes to learning Spanish for kids, finding

engaging Spanish vocabulary games is an effective

way for them to practice while having fun.

 

 

Learning the colors in Spanish for kids is a good

way to practice by using Spanish vocabulary flash

cards or any other kind of entertaining Spanish

vocabulary games

 

 

 

By the way,

the word for Rainbow in Spanish is: Arcoiris

 

 

 

Spanish Vocabulary Words:

 

 

Los Colores del Arcoiris en Español

The Colors of the Rainbow in Spanish:

 

 

Rojo – Red

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Naranja – Orange

learning Spanish for beginners - Spanish vocabulary - orange - naranja

 

 

Amarillo – Yellow

learning Spanish for beginners - Spanish vocabulary - yellow - amarillo

 

 

Verde – Green

learning Spanish for beginners - Spanish vocabulary - green - verde

 

 

Azul – Blue

learning Spanish for beginners - Spanish vocabulary - blue - azul

 

 

Índigo – Indigo

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Violet – Violeta

learning Spanish for beginners - Spanish vocabulary - violet - violeta

 

 

The colors of the rainbow in Spanish are a

useful Spanish vocabulary list that you will

use often. It is particularly important if you’re

planning on doing some shopping.

 

If you are interested in reading some good

articles to practice you Spanish, you may visit

this business and health related site I like:

Centro de Negocios Biosfera

 

 

 

Do you know how to count from 1 to 1000

in Spanish?  Learn to do it here:

Numbers in Spanish

 

  

 

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See you next time – Hasta la próxima.

 

 

 

 

 

How to Say Bye in Spanish

 

Although it may seem very simple, knowing how to say “Bye” in Spanish is a useful tool for beginners who want to interact socially.

In this short post we will take a look at how to say “Bye” in Spanish as well as other useful phrases that may come in handy when traveling or meeting Spanish-speaking friends or colleagues.

 

How do you say bye in spanish

 

 

To say “Bye” in Spanish you can say:

Adiós”.

 

 

Here is the pronunciation of Bye in Spanish: 

httpv://youtu.be/LWuIEGX1luk

 

There are other simple conversational ways to say bye in Spanish. Let’s take a look at some of them.

 

See you later.

Hasta luego.

 

See you soon.

Nos vemos pronto.

 

Talk to you later.

Hablamos luego.

 

It was nice to see you.

Me dio gusto verte.

 

You can learn the pronunciation of these phrases here: 

httpv://youtu.be/rk7SMkYdZ9Q

 

 

 

And a few other casual phrases to say goodbye in Spanish (that should only be used among friends) are:

 

Ahí nos vemos…

See you later…

 

Ahí nos vidrios… (because it sounds like “ahí nos vemos”, vidrios means “glass”)

See you later…

 

Nos vemos al rato… (“un rato” means “a while”)

See you later…

 

Al rato… (shorter version of “Nos vemos al rato”)

See you later…

 

 Al rayo… (because it sounds like “al rato”, “rayo” means “ray” or “lightning”)

See you later…

 

You can learn the pronunciation of these phrases here: 

httpv://youtu.be/1jojttEy5zs

 

 

Learn how to count from 1 to 1000 Spanish here:

Los Numeros

 

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Spanish Vocabulary – Kitchen

 

Learning Spanish is a fun and challenging project that

presents us with the opportunity to stretch our limits.

 

Although there are many important aspects to consider,

learning Spanish vocabulary is an important step towards

conversational Spanish for beginners.

 

 

Let’s take a look at some useful spanish words that

are commonly used in the kitchen:

 

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0fz3-xWka0&NR=1

 You may also watch this video on you tube here:

Spanish Vocabulary for the Kitchen

 

 

 

Spanish Vocabulary for the Kitchen:

 

 

baking mold  –  el molde para hornear

 

balloon whisk  – el batidor

 

basket filter (cofee)  –  el filtro para café

 

casserole  –  la cacerola

 

bottle  – la botella

 

bottle opener  –  el destapador

 

bowl  –  el tazón

 

cabinet   –  el gabinete

 

can opener  –  el abrelatas

 

 blender  –  la licuadora

 

 

 

spanish vocabulary - kitchen - blender

 

 

 

Learn the Numbers in Spanish from 1-1000 here: Numbers in Spanish 1 to 1000

 

 

 

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How do you say Beautiful in Spanish?

 

Have you ever wondered how do you say “Beautiful” in Spanish?

In today’s post we will answer that question and we will provide you with a few other alternatives that may be useful in a romantic context. 

 

How do you say Beautiful in Spanish

 

There are times when knowing how to say beautiful in Spanish can be very useful,

 

For example:

When you’re visiting a foreign country and you want to express how much you like something you see, such as a work of art or a song that you hear.

 

But It can also be helpful to tell someone how much you like him or her (therefore, it is a word you must definitely learn).

 

If you just want to learn how to say the word beautiful in Spanish, you can say:

Hermoso (for a masculine noun),

or Hermosa (for a feminine noun).

 

boy and girl kissing - how do you say beautiful in spanish

 

Now, let’s look at some examples of how to use this word in different contexts…

 

That house is beautiful.

Esa casa es hermosa.

 

That song is beautiful.

Esa canción es hermosa.

 

This city is beautiful.

Esta ciudad es hermosa.

 

Those were feminine nouns, and they end with “a” (not all feminine nouns end with “a”, but many of them do).

 

 

Listen to the pronunciation of these phrases in this video: 

httpv://youtu.be/1_5wcN__SIo

 

 

Now, let’s look at other examples of how to say beautiful in Spanish…

 

I just saw a beautiful car.

Acabo de ver un automóvil hermoso.

 

Yesterday´s sunset was beautiful.

El atardecer de ayer fue hermoso.

 

This country is beautiful.

Este país es hermoso.

 

You can listen to the pronunciation of these phrases here: 

httpv://youtu.be/IJhU6fhhQus

 

 

Now, let’s look at other examples that may be used in a more romantic context to tell someone how beautiful he or she is.

 

Although the word beautiful in Spanish is often used to describe women, it may also be used to describe men, but it is less common.

 

 Your eyes are beautiful.

Tus ojos son hermosos.

 

You are a beautiful woman.

Eres una mujer hermosa.

 

You are the most beautiful woman I have ever seen.

Eres la mujer más hermosa que haya visto.

 

You have a beautiful personality.

Tienes una personalidad hermosa.

 

Your voice is beautiful, I love the way you sing.

Tu voz es hermosa, me encanta cómo cantas.

 

You have a spectacular body and you are the most beautiful person I have ever seen.

Tienes un cuerpo espectacular y eres la persona más hermosa que haya visto.

 

 

 You can listen to the pronunciation of these romantic phrases here: 

 httpv://youtu.be/hxJzMWPUp5c

 

Learn how to count from 1 to 1000 Spanish here (its easy!):

Click Here

 

 

All right, we hope this short post helped you answer the question how do you say “Beautiful” in Spanish? and that these simple phrases are useful for your travel experiences and your daily life, as well as your relationships with others.

 

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How to say Hello in Spanish

 

Hi, in this short post we will talk about how to say “hello” in Spanish as well as some other useful variations to greet people in Spanish.

 

 A simple way to say “hello” in Spanish is: Hola

 

 

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These are a few formal ways to greet people in Mexico that suitable for the office:

 

Hi, good day.

Hola, buen día.

 

Good day, how are you doing?

Buen día, ¿cómo está usted?

 

Hi, how are things going?

Hola, ¿cómo le va?

 

Hi, how is your day going?

Hola, ¿cómo va su día?

 

Good day, how is everything going?

Buen día, ¿cómo va todo?

 

  

 

These are other casual alternatives to greet people in Mexico:

 

Hi, how are you doing?

Hola, ¿cómo estás?

 

Hi, how is your day going?

Hola, ¿cómo va tu día?

 

Hi, how is it going?

Hola, ¿cómo te va?

 

Hi, how have you been?

Hola, ¿cómo has estado?

 

 

Next we will share other informal options that should only be used among friends in Mexico (they will work in other countries, but they are common in Mexico):

 

What´s up?

¿Qué hay?

 

How is it going?

¿Cómo andas?

 

How are you doing?

¿Cómo vas?

 

What´s new?

¿Qué hay de nuevo?

 

 

We hope this article helps you learn how to say “hi” in Spanish in different contexts.

 

Would you like to learn more common phrases in Spanish?

Keep learning here: More common phrases

 

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How to say how are you in Spanish

 

Hi, in this short post we will talk about how to say how are you in Spanish as well as other variations that may be used in casual environments in Mexico.

Let’s get started.

 

To say “how are you” in Spanish you can say: 

¿Cómo estás?

 

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Here are some other variations to ask how someone is doing in Spanish:

 

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Hi, how have you been doing?

Hola, ¿cómo has estado?

 

How are you?

¿Qué tal estás?  (short version: ¿Qué tal?)

 

Hi, how’s it going?

Hola, ¿cómo te va?

 

How is everything going?

¿Cómo va todo?

 

What have you been up to?

¿Qué has hecho?

 

It’s been a while since the last time I saw you, what have you been up to?

Hace tiempo que no te veo, ¿qué ha sido de tu vida?

 

How have things been for you?

¿Cómo te ha ido?

 

What do you say?

¿Qué dices?

 

What’s new?

¿Qué hay de nuevo?

 

What have you been doing?

¿Qué has hecho?

 

What’s new in your life?

¿Qué ha sido de tu vida?

 

We hope these phrases are useful and that you have a better idea of how do you say how are you in Spanish.

 Do not be afraid to try different variations and learn new ones from the people you meet.

 

Would you like to learn more common phrases in Spanish?

Click here: More useful Spanish phrases

 

That’s all for today, see you next time.

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