Common Spanish Phrases for the Airport:


Here are a few Common Spanish Phrases

for the Airport:



1- Hi, here is my passport.

1- Aquí está mi pasaporte.





2- No, I have nothing to declare.

2- No, No tengo nada para declarar.





3- I am planning to stay in the country for two weeks.

3- Planeo quedarme en el país por dos semanas.




4- I’m here on vacation.

4- Estoy aquí de vacciones.




5- Are we done? May I leave?

5- ¿Hemos terminado? ¿Puedo irme?




6- Do you know when does the flight leave?

6- ¿Sabe cuándo sale el vuelo?




7- When does the next flight to Los Angeles leave?

7- ¿Cuándo sale el próximo vuelo a Los Ángeles?




8- Excuse me, when does the flight from Dallas arrive?

8- Disculpe, ¿cuándo llega el próximo vuelo de Dallas?




9- I can´t find my suitcases!

9- ¡No puedo encontrar mis maletas!





10- My suitcases are lost!

10- ¡Mis maletas están perdidas!




11- Excuse me, where can I get a taxi?

11- Disculpe, ¿dónde puedo pedir un taxi?





12- Excuse me, do you know where can I find a telephone?

12- Disculpe, ¿sabe usted dónde puedo encontrar un teléfono?




13- Excuse me, where is the bathroom?

13- ¿Disculpe, donde puedo encontrar los baños?





14- Excuse me, where is American airlines counter?

14- Disculpe, ¿dónde puedo encontrar el mostrador de la aerolínea American Airlines?




15- Hi, do you know where the gift shop is?

15- Hola, ¿sabe dónde está la tienda de regalos?





16- Hi, do you know where can I find a bookstore?

16- Hola, ¿sabe usted dónde está una tienda de libros?





17- Hi, I am a little lost, can you help me please?

17- Hola, estoy un poco perdido ¿Me puede ayudar por favor?




18- Hi, I would like to know if there’s restaurant in town you would recommend.

18- Hola, me gustaría saber si usted conoce un restaurante en la ciudad que pueda recomendarme.





19- What is the name of a good restaurant in town? Preferably not too expensive.

19- ¿Cuál es el nombre de un buen restaurante en la ciudad? De preferencia que no sea muy caro.




20- What are some places in town you recommend I should visit?

20- ¿Cuáles son algunos lugares que me recomiende visitar en la ciudad?





We hope these Common Spanish Phrases for the Airport are useful on your next trip. Happy traveling =)


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Conversational Phrases for Buying Groceries


One of the best ways to learn a new language is placing

yourself in situations where you would need to talk

with other people to achieve an objective.


Today we’ll take a look at a few simple phrases that may

be useful while buying groceries. Here is a video with a

few useful Spanish phrases for beginners:






The key for Beginners learning Spanish:

Practice all the time!


The best thing about making your mind think of questions

and sentences that you would use in a specific scenario

while visiting a Spanish speaking country,


is having an opportunity to realize the Spanish words or

Spanish phrases that you need to learn in order to

communicate effectively and get the results you want.


 at the supermarket - vegetables



For example, next time you go buy groceries at the store;

think of the questions you might to ask, think of the kinds

of products that you would purchase if you were on a trip

(milk, butter, beer, apples?).


It is a great opportunity to step out of your comfort zone

and realize the things that should be learned first. There

is no point in spending six months studying advanced

grammar structures if you are unable to go to a store

and buy vegetables without a problem.



If you think about it, learning through phrases is one of

the most natural ways of acquiring conversational

fluency in language; it is basically the same way you

learn how to speak English in the first place during

your first years.


In other words, is a more natural approach that focuses

on useful things and getting results, not just learning

Spanish grammar.



Keep having fun!



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Useful Conversational Spanish Phrases – The Supermarket


There are certain circumstances while traveling in a

Spanish speaking country which are rarely discussed

in classrooms while learning spanish for beginners,

and buying groceries at a supermarket is one of them.


Today we will share a few conversational Spanish

phrases that can very helpful next time you want

to make dinner while traveling abroad (even if it

is a few sandwiches).


Let’s get started.



Lets look at a few conversational phrases

that may be useful at the Supermarket:



You may also watch this video on Youtube over here: 

Spanish Vocabulary At the Supermarket





Now, lets look at a phew phrases in

Spanish that may be useful when

buying groceries:



How much is this?

¿Cuánto cuesta esto?



1-learning spanish - spanish phrases - price tag




Where can I find the milk?

¿Dónde puede encontrar la leche?


2-learning spanish - spanish phrases - milk bottle



How much is it for 2 pounds of chicken breasts?

¿Cuánto cuesta el kilo de pechugas de pollo?


3-learning spanish - spanish phrases - chicken breast



I’m looking for a loaf of whole wheat bread, in what aisle can I find it?

Estoy buscando una barra de pan integral, ¿en qué pasillo puedo encontrarlo?


3-learning spanish - spanish phrases - supermarket aisle



Where is the fresh produce section?

¿Donde está la sección de frutas y verduras?


4-learning spanish - spanish phrases - vegetables




Excuse me, where can I find spaghetti pasta?

Disculpe, ¿dónde puedo encontrar pasta para spaghetti?


5-learning spanish - spanish phrases - spaghetti




I want to buy beer, can you show me where it is please?

Quiero comprar cerveza, ¿me puede mostrar en donde está por favor?


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Can I pay by credit card?

¿Puedo pagar con tarjeta de crédito?


7-learning spanish - spanish phrases - credit card




Where can I find the ham?

¿Dónde puedo encontrar Jamón?


8-learning spanish - spanish phrases - ham




Where can I find the cheese?

¿Dónde puedo encontrar queso?


9-learning spanish - spanish phrases - cheese




Where can I find the dairy products section?

¿Dónde puedo encontrar la sección de lácteos?


learning spanish - spanish phrases - milk bottle




Why is it so expensive?

¿Por qué está tan caro?


9.2-learning spanish - spanish phrases - cash




What kind of discount can you give me?

¿Qué clase de descuento puede darme?


9.3-learning spanish - spanish phrases - discount




Do you have this in a different color?

¿Lo tiene en un color diferente?


9.4-learning spanish - spanish phrases - different color




Do you have one of these in a different size?

¿Tiene uno de estos en un tamaño diferente?


9.5-learning spanish - spanish phrases - teddy bear



Learning a wide variety of Spanish words according to a

specific context is a great way to acquire new Spanish

vocabulary that is useful to our everyday lives, which

coincidentally is one of the best ways to remember new

words when learning Spanish for beginners.


By using these words in any context that is familiar to us,

remembering them will be much easier because we get

to see, smell and touch many of the things associated

with these new words (and those multi-sensorial mental

associations are much stronger).


Next time you go to a supermarket (even if it is at home

and nobody speaks Spanish) try to think of the questions

you would ask in order to buy all the things you need.


By forcing yourself to ask questions that include new

Spanish vocabulary words (even if this happens in

your mind), you will realize which Spanish words

should be the next on your study list.



Make sure you bring a little notepad with you and make

notes as you realize which are the words and phrases in

Spanish you need to learn next.




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