Greetings in Spanish

The impact of a warm greeting in Spanish cannot be overestimated. It helps to build trust between you and your patient. In this lesson, I review common greetings in Spanish with my friend and Spanish teacher, Maria Bjorklund, MS from Perú.

The full lesson, including goodbyes, expressions of gratitude, apologies, and condolences, is part of our History and Exam course.

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LEVEL - BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE


Greetings

1:14

Buenas días, ¿Cómo le va?
Good morning. How is it going?

Buenas tardes.
Good afternoon.

Buenas noches.
Good evening.

Bienvenida/o(s).
Welcome.

Good to see you!

2:27

Qué gusto de verla/lo/te.
It’s good to see you.

Me alegra verlo/la/te.
Me alegro de verla/lo/te.*
I’m glad to see you.
* The preposition DE follows the reflexive verb ALEGRARSE.

How are you?

3:49

¿Cómo se siente?
How do you feel?

¿Cómo está la familia?
How is your family?

¿Cómo se encuentra / te encuentras?
How are you?

¿Como le ha ido?
How have things gone?

¿Qué me cuenta? ¿Qué dice?
What’s new?

¿Cómo ha estado?
How have you’ve been?

¿Cómo se ha sentido?
How have you felt?

Goodbyes

5:32

Adiós.
Good-bye.

Que le vaya bien.
Farewell. (That it goes well for you.)

Cuídese. / Cuídate.
Take care.

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6:18

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