SPAN111 Week 1 Lecture 1 - Introduction

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Introductory lecture for Victoria University's SPAN111 course (Introduction to the Spanish Language). Taken in Trimester 1, 2016 by Teresa Neches

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Question Answer
Hola! Hello!
Como te llamas? What is your name?
Hola! Como te llamas? Hello! What is your name?
Hola! Me llamo... Hello! My name is...
Me llamo... My name is...
Como estas? How are you?
Muy bien Very good
Gracias Thank you
Y And
Tu You (informal)
Y tu? And you?
Muy bien, gracias! Y tu? Very good, thank you! And you?
Donde Where
De donde eres? Where do you come from?
Soy de... I am from....
Como se escribe? How do you spell/write it?
Nombre Name
Apellido Last name
Semana Week
Saludar Greeting
La Gente People
A saludar y a conocer a la gente Greeting and meeting people
Como esta usted? How are you? (Formal)
Como se llama usted? What is your name? (formal)
De donde es usted? Where are you from? (formal)
Y usted? And you? (formal)
Bastante Quite
Bastante bien Quite good
Bien, gracias Good, thank you
Mas o menos More or less
Buenas Dias Good day!
Buenas tardes Good afternoon
Buenas noches Good night!
Encantada Charmed to meet you/Pleasure to meet you
Mucho Gusto Very nice to meet you
El gusto is mio The pleasure is mine
Adios! Goodbye
Buenas Noches Good night
Chao See ya
Hasta luego! See you later
Hasta manana See you tomorrow
Hasta pronto See you soon
Nos vemos See you!
Yo I
Tu You (informal)
El He
Ella She
Usted You (formal)
Nosotros We
Vosotros You (plural)
Ellos They (male or mixed)
Ellas They (female)
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