Learn And/ Or Teach Spanish

The conversational Spanish taught in the above video is  written as follows (Note: Spanish in bold,  then English) :

  • Hola. Hi   Note: This is an informal greeting.  A more formal way to say hello would be,  saludo. More on this in videos to follow
  • Adios. Good by.
  • Como esta? How are you?
  • Bien gracias, y usted? Fine thank you, and you?
  • Bien gracias, y tu familia? Fine thank you, and your family?
  • Como esta tu familia? How is your family?
  • Mucho Gusto. It is a pleasure to meet you.
  • El Gusto es mio. The pleasure is mine.
  • Yo tengo hambre. I am hungry.
  • a donde esta un restaurante? Where is a restaurant?
  • La comida esta muy bueno. The food is very good.
  • Pasame la leche por favor. Pass me the milk please.
  • Pasame la mantequilla pro favor. Pass me the butter please.
  • Pasame la azucar por favor. Pass me the sugar please
  • Pasame la sal por favor. Pass me the salt please.
  • Yo quero huevos por favor. I would like eggs please
  • queso cheese
  • Huevos con queso eggs with cheese
  • Carne meat
  • Que quiera decir newspaper en español? How do you like to say newspaper in Spanish?
  • Periodico newspaper
  • A donde esta el baño? Where is the bathroom? (now that is an important sentence to learn! 🙂 )

For more information, videos  and resources on how to learn and/ or teach Spanish click on Spanish Lessons .  At this link you will learn the Spanish phonic sounds,  the Spanish alphabet,  a fun way to teach your children the Spanish language, and more.

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