Small Talk Spanish Phrases
Listen To Small Talk Spanish Phrases
A large part of the Spanish conversations you have as you learn the Spanish language will be made up of small talk.
Not the serious details of your life but light-hearted, easy-going chat and conversation that you can strike up with people you meet. Talk about the weather, talk about going to the movies, talk about which restaurants have good food.
These are examples of good small talk conversations you can have as you learn Spanish.
Because small talk is an important part of learning Spanish the purpose of the phrases and sentences on this page is to give you small talk types of phrases and show you the correct way to pronounce them.
The Spanish phrases on this page and the included audio file will help you to know and be able to pronounce the Spanish phrases you need to make small talk in Spanish.
- ¿Como te fue tu fin de semana?
- How was your weekend? This is a popular question to ask when you see someone on a Monday.
- ¿Tuviste un buen fin de semana?
- Did you have a good weekend? Here is another variation of the how was your weekend question above. You can use this question for a change of pace.
- Parece que va a llover.
- It looks like it's going to rain.
- Crees que va a llover ahora?
- Do you think it'll rain today?
- ¿Oiste el prognostico de tiempo.
- Did you hear the weather report. The Spanish language uses the word tiempo to talk about time and also for the word weather. You'll understand the meaning of the word tiempo by the way it's used in the sentence.
- Vi el prognostico del tiempo en la tele y dijieron que no iba a llover hast mañana.
- I saw the weather forecast on TV and they said it wasn't going to rain until tomorrow. This sentence has good examples of Spanish in different verb tenses from the popular present tense. The word vi is the past tense of ver to see and you can express wasn't going to with no iba a.
- ¿Que vaz hacer este fin de semana?
- What are you going to do this weekend?
- ¿Tienes planes para este fin de semana?
- Do you have any plans for the weekend?
- Ahora habia mucho traffico en la calle.
- Today there was a lot of traffic in the street.
- Me gusto la pelicula que vimos el sabado -- tenia mucha acción.
- I liked the movie we saw Saturday -- It had a lot of action. Everything in this sentence gives you good practice in talking about something that happens in the past in Spanish.
- Tengo ganas de ver la nueva pelicula de ...
- I'd like to see the new movie (with // called) Here you can finish the sentence by filling in your favorite actor or movie name.
- Me gusta la comida en el Restaurant ...
- I like the food in the restaurant called ... In the above phrase you can finish it by filling in the name of a restaurant you like.
If you liked the phrases on this page, small talk Spanish phrases, you might also like the phrases on the page, Talk With Friends Phrases.