Started, lets look at the very basics of how youll go about letting the Spanish speaking world know just who you are. You also might use "buenos das" (boo-AY-nohs DEE-ahs) if you're speaking to the person during the day. Soy un/una, im a/an, tienes hermanos/hijos? Cuál es tu trabajo? Mexico City and the ruins of, teotihuacan. Theres that verb again!
Its like saying. Method 2 Making Small Talk 1, tell the person where you're from. In Spanish you have more options than just hola to choose from as well: Buenos das, good morning, buenas tardes. After you've said "hello ask the person how they're doing or how their day has been. 4, for example: "Hola! Yo me llamo, the logical next step, after saying hello to someone would be to tell them your name!.You cant very well carry on a conversation with someone if you dont know who they are or let them know who you are.
Weve been working and studying Spanish here, and we plan to travel to Colombia and other parts of South America starting in September. Soy de Chicago, pero ahora vivo en una ciudad de Espaa que se llama Zamora. Its not only this, but also I love the culture and the people are lovely.