Spanish phrases for Expressing Opinions With Online Audio
Listen To Spanish Phrases For Expressing Opinions
Opinions. We've all got them. They're important to us. They're actually part of who we are. Expressing our opinions accurately is a vital part of our day to day lives, an a crucial component of all of our interactions with friends, family, work and school associates, anyone we come into contact with.
It's been said that everyone is entitled to their opinions, and these opinions, and the expressing of them, is very important regardless of the language we are speaking. So, as you go about learning to speak Spanish, why not
You can have a lot of fun with Spanish by using it to express your opinions about things. And the phrases and sound on this page can give you a boost, with some popular opinions, along with the native recordings. When you study the list of phrases on this page, and learn to say them, you'll be able to say your opinion about things like: how was the movie? did you like the movie? You can use this type of phrase for more than a movie, you can use it for practically any type of event, like a show, or a play, or a concert, or a festival, or a party, etc. How is the weather, or what type of day is it, is it a nice day, etc.
You will be able to sympathize with someone when they give you some bad news. You'll be able to express the thought: "that's too bad" in Spanish. Tell someone you think that they came up with a good idea. Get a handle on the situation, find out what is going on. Say you're sorry that a certain event had to happen. Say congratulations when someone gives you some great news and you want to celebrate with them.
A note about sarcasm. As with speaking in English, it's very common to use plenty of sarcasm in friendly conversions in Spanish. So, you might want to be on the lookout for phrases like Que lastima - meaning What a shame under normal circumstances. And watch for the phrase ¿De veras? This is used to ask - Really? or express - No kidding? But as you can imagine, they're also sometimes used to mean the opposite. These types of phrases are notorious for being used when the speaker wants to use a little sarcasm. So always consider the situation that you hear and use this type of phrase, and pay attention to the speakers facial expression, and voice tone.
- En mi opinión, fue bonita la pelicula.
- In my opinion, the movie was good.
- Que dia, tan bonita.
- What a beautiful day.
- Que lastima
- What a shame
- Que lastima que eso tuvo que pasar.
- What a shame that had to happen.
- que bonito
- how beautiful
- Que buena idea
- What a good idea
- ¿Que pasa? -- ¿Que esta pasando?
- What's happening?
- ¿Que te pasa? -- ¿Que pasa contigo?
- What's the matter?
- Lo siento
- I'm sorry
- God bless you!
- ¿De veras?
- Really? -- No kidding?
- ¡Con mucho gusto!
- With pleasure!