Learn about our Editorial Process. Updated on March 24, 2019. How do you answer if someone asks you, "¿Cómo estás?" or "How are you?"? The standard answer is probably "Bien" ("Fine") or "Muy bien" ("Very good").... read more ›
When someone asks you ¿Cómo estás? If you feel alright, you say estoy bien; you could also say, estoy muy bien, to give more emphasis, which means “very good” or “very well.” You can also add one extra word, gracias, meaning “thanks”, and estoy bien, gracias; it means “I'm fine, thank you.” 2.... see details ›
¿Cómo estás? (How are you?) It`s a question that they certainly ask you frequently when you come to Spain.... view details ›
How do you respond to muy bien? would be bien (fine) or even ¡muy bien! (great!). Other less positive replies could be vaya (so-so), regular (not bad), vamos tirando (getting by).... see more ›
To ask “how are you?” in Spanish you can say ¿cómo estás?, or in a more formal situation, ¿cómo está usted? In this episode of Coffee Break Spanish To Go, Marina asks this question to passers-by in the streets of Málaga. You can use the answers of our interviewees to help you learn to introduce yourself in Spanish.... see details ›
In a nutshell, muy bien means “very well” and “very good”.... read more ›
Pronounced: kohm-oh eh-stas. This phrase means “how are you?” and can be used not only to find out how somebody is feeling, but can also be used as a way to say hello. If in passing someone says “hola!” to you, it would acceptable to reply: “como estas?”... read more ›
Bueno can be used as an interjection meaning, "OK," "sure" or "fine," as in agreeing with someone or something.... continue reading ›
Spanish Lesson: 4 ways to ask "How are you?" in Spanish - YouTube... view details ›
interjection Spanish. good; all right.... view details ›
Nop – Nope. To say “no” in Spanish in a super informal way, use this expression. It works the same way as the English “nope” but once again, make it a short /o/ instead of the English diphthong. It's okay to use with friends, but if you say it to your teacher, for example, you might sound a bit impolite.... read more ›
Mucho gusto means Pleased to meet you. or It is a pleasure to meet you. It does not change with gender. Echoline is right. Gusto is a masculine noun, not an adjective, so it is not conjugated for gender.... see more ›
Using gusto means whatever is being described is pleasing me. The literal translation of “mucho” is “a lot of.” Therefore, according to Spanish Dict, “mucho gusto” directly translates to “much pleasure.” As a greeting, it is used to mean that it is a pleasure to make one's acquaintance.... see details ›
- Hola - Hello.
- Buenos días - Good morning.
- Buenas tardes - Good afternoon.
- Buenas noches - Good evening.
- How are you doing?
- How have you been?
- How's everything?
- How's it going?
- How are things going?
- What's going on?
- What's new?
- What's up?
Hola is the Spanish word for "Hello" or "Hi".... continue reading ›
Thank you very much, many thanks.... see details ›
Buenos días – literally meaning “good days”, “buenos días” is more formal than “hola” and it translates to “good morning”. The same as in English, this greeting can be used anytime before noon in both formal and informal contexts.... read more ›
In most of Central America, you can say "Buenas" and it is perfectly fine. It is not vulgar, but it is informal. It is very similar to saying "Morning" in The United States instead of "Good morning".... see details ›
Definition of hasta luego
: until later : see you later.... continue reading ›
Definition of malo
(Entry 1 of 2) : a loincloth that is now worn by Hawaiian men only on ceremonial occasions — compare maro.... continue reading ›
There's no literal translation for órale in English. Instead, it can mean one of a few different expressions, such as: “Okay”... see more ›
The phrase yo también variously means “me, too,” “so do I” or “same here” in Spanish. The expression is used to express agreement with a statement or, more generally, a feeling of solidarity.... see more ›
- Estoy bien. I'm fine.
- Estoy mal. I'm not well.
- Todo bien.
- No me puedo quejar.
- No puedo quejarme.
- Bien, aquí nomás.
- Estoy más o menos. I'm ok.
- Bien, en lo que cabe. Fine, all things considered.
Telling Time in Spanish ¿Qué hora es? ¿A qué hora...? - YouTube... continue reading ›
- Fine, thanks.
- How are you? I'm good. How about you?
- I'm okay, thanks.