Learning Spanish is easier than ever today, with the help of the new audio courses and software programs that are available on the Internet. A lot of the programs are very well priced and of course the big benefit is you can use them from any where in the world you have access to a Computer. This is particularly useful for those that are going to be traveling or working in countries where Spanish is the primary language, because you can take the course with you wherever you go. Everyone needs to learn a few common Spanish phrases, even if it’s just such common phrases as hello, goodbye, or do you speak English.
You can easily learn enough common Spanish phrases to be able to rent a hotel room, order a meal in a restaurant, ask for directions or even ask for help in an emergency. It is a mark of courtesy to speak the language of the country that you are visiting or working in, and you will be surprised and pleased at the response you get when you speak Spanish in a country where that is the primary language.
A few basic common Spanish phrases are listed below which should enable you, with a little practice, to be able to at least observe the basic courtesies and ask for help if you have an emergency~Below we’ve put together a list of the most common Spanish phrases, reviewing these and spending a bit of time should allow you to communicate the very basics if needed in an emergency}~Below we’ve put together a list of the most common Spanish phrases, reviewing these and spending a bit of time should allow you to communicate the very basics if needed in an emergency}~Below we’ve put together a list of the most common Spanish phrases, reviewing these and spending a bit of time should allow you to communicate the very basics if needed in an emergency}.
hablas Ingles/Espanol? = Do you speak English/Spanish?
adios = Goodbye
hola = Hello
me llamo = My name is…
no entiendo espanol = I don’t understand Spanish
como estas? = How are you?
buenos dias = good day
buenos tardes = good afternoon
buenas noches = good night
por favor = please
gracias = thank you
socorro = help!
por favor, llame al medico – please, call a doctor
donde esta el bano = where is the bathroom?
la cuenta, por favor = check, please
quiero ver la carta, por favor = I would like to see a menu, please
One of the best Spanish language learning software programs available today is Rocket Spanish. You can purchase this excellent course, either as a download online or as a CD-ROM program. To learn more about studying conversational Spanish, and I suggest you read more about this course in online reviews of Rocket Spanish. You will be able to compare and contrast Rocket Spanish with other online software programs and you will be thoroughly pleased at how fast you can learn conversational Spanish, including many common Spanish phrases, by listening and responding to the interactive audios of the course. Buena suerte en su estudio de español! (Good luck in your study of Spanish!)