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Señor Geoghegan

Mr Geoghegan

Señora Murphy

Mrs Murphy

Señorita Baden
Señorita Lucy Baden
Señorita Baden

Miss Baden
Miss Lucy Baden
Ms Baden (1) 

Buenos días

Good morning

Buenas tardes

Good afternoon

Buenas noches

Good evening (2)

Buenas noches (al despedirse)

Good night (2) 

¡Adios! ¡Chau!

Good-bye, Bye, Bye-Bye

¡Hasta luego! ¡Nos vemos!

So long! See you later!

¡Hasta pronto!

See you soon!

¡Hasta mañana!

See you (Till) tomorrow!

¡Hasta el mediodía!
¡Hasta la noche!

See you at noon! 
See you in the evening (at night)!

¡Hasta la próxima!

Till next time!

¡Qué pases un lindo día!

Have a nice day!


Hi (Hello)!

¿Cómo estás?

How are you? (3)

¿Cómo te va?

How are you doing?

¿Cómo andas?

How are you getting on?

¿Cómo andan los Murphy?

How are the Murphys (4) getting on? 

Estoy bien, gracias

I am well (fine), thank you

Perfectamente, gracias

Quite well, thank you

¿De dónde eres?

Where are you from?

¿Qué haces? ¿A qué te dedicas?

What do you do?

¿Desde cuándo eres entrenador de

How long (5) have you been a tennis trainer?

¿Hablas castellano?

Do you speak Spanish?

¿Cuál es tu nombre? ¿Cómo te llamas?

What's your name?

¿Cómo se deletrea tu nombre?

How do you spell your name?

Aquí tiene - Here you are

Gracias - Thank you | Thanks

De nada - You're welcome
Disculpe - Excuse me




Thank you.

You're welcome


Excuse me.

It doesn't matter.


Good morning.

Good afternoon.

Good Evening.



See you soon.

See you later.

See you tomorrow.


Excuse me sir

Excuse ma'am

Excuse me miss.

Do you speak English?

Do you understand English?



I'm sorry

I'm a tourist

I don't speak your language

I don't speak Spanish.

I speak very little Spanish.

I don't understand.

I understand a little.

Please speak more slowly.

Please repeat.

May I ask a question?

Could you Please help me?

Where is the bathroom?

Thank you very much.







  • Informal Greetings


    • Hi! 

    • Hello! 

    • What's up?

    • What's new?

    • How's it going?



    • Good morning.  How are you today?

    • Good afternoon.  How's everything?

    • Good evening.  How have you been?

  • Greeting Someone You Haven't Seen for a while


    • I haven't seen you in ages!  How have you been?

    • How're things going?

    • How are you getting along?

    • Long time no see! (Informal)

  • Greeting Someone You Are Surprised to See


    • Fancy meeting you here!

    • Never thought I'd see you here!

    • What a surprise to see you here!

  • Simple Good-byes

    • Bye.  

    • Good-bye. 

    • Bye for now.

    • See you later.

    • Talk to you soon.

    • See you around.  Take care.

    • See you real soon.

    • See you tomorrow / next week.

    • See ya.  (informal)

    • See you later, alligator. (slang)


  • More Formal Good-byes

    • (It was) nice to see you.  Good-bye.

    • (It was) good to see you.  Good-bye.

    • (It was) nice talking to you.  Bye.

    • Take care.  See you again.


  • Saying Goodbye to Someone You Have Just Met

    • Nice meeting you.

    • It was a pleasure meeting you. (formal)

    • It's a real pleasure to have met you. (formal)

    • It's been a real pleasure. (formal)


Unit 1.5: Sample Dialogs

Situation 1:

Keiko was shopping with Naomi at a bookstore where she ran into Ichiro (met Ichiro by chance).  They hadn't seen each other for a while.


Keiko:  Hey!  What a surprise to see you here!

Ichiro:  Yeah!  Haven't seen you in ages!  How've you been?

Keiko:  Fine.  How about you?

Ichiro:  Well, just plugging along.

Keiko:  Oh, have you two met?

Ichiro:  I don't think so.

Keiko:  Naomi, this is Ichiro.  Ichiro, Naomi.

Ichiro:  Nice to meet you.

Naomi: Same here.

(They chatted for a while)

Ichiro:  Listen, I gotta go.  It was nice seeing you again, Keiko. 

Keiko:  Nice seeing you, too.  Let's get together again soon.

Ichiro:  Yes.  Let's do that.  Nice talking to you, Naomi.  Take care.

Naomi: Nice meeting you, Ichiro.  See you.


Situation 2:

Sam was at a business conference and he was introduced to John for the first time.


Sam:  Good conference, isn't it? 

Mary:  Sure is.  Have you met John yet? 

Sam:  No.  Who's he?

Mary:  He is the representative from Global Inc.  Let me introduce him to you.

Sam:  OK.

(They approached John)

Mary:  John, I want you to meet a colleague of mine, Sam Malone.  Sam, this is John Brown.

Sam:  Nice to meet you, Mr. Brown.

John:  Nice to meet you.  Do call me John.

(They chatted for a while)

John:  Well, it was a pleasure meeting you, Sam.

Sam:  Nice talking to you.  Let's stay in touch.

John:  Sure, I will.



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