Spanish Phrases for Saying Hello and Goodbye
Listen To Spanish Phrases For Saying Hello And Goodbye
Sometimes the best way to start a conversation with someone in Spanish is to simply ask them how their weekend was. We all use greetings hundreds of times a day. It's about the most important thing to know in any language we speak. Most of these phrases are very well-known so use this page to start out your journey of learning Spanish by knowing exactly how to pronounce these popular Spanish phrases for saying hello and goodbye.
When you listen to and study the phrases on this page, you'll learn how to say things like morning, afternoon, and evening greetings. You'll get some tips on when it's appropriate to say these greetings. Tell someone so-long, or that you'll see them in a little while. Learn the casual way to greet your closest friends in Spanish. Ask a friend how they are, or ask them if they had a nice weekend. Ask someone what's going on, or what's new in their life.
- Buenos Dias
- Good Morning
- Use this phrase to say hello first thing in the morning.
- Buenas Tardes
- Good Afternoon
- Use this phrase after 12 noon.
- Buenas Noches
- Good Night
- Use this phrase to say good night at the end of the day.
- Hasta luego
- See you later
- This is literally until later
- Hasta mañana
- See you tomorrow
- This is a popular way to greet a close friend in Spanish.
- ¿Que hay de nuevo?
- What's new?
- Use this phrase when you haven't seen someone for a while and want to ask what's new.
- ¿Como te fue el fin de semana?
- How was your weekend?
- Here's a good Spanish conversation starter. You can also say: What did you do this weekend? -- ¿Que hiciste en el fin de semana?
- ¿Como Estas?
- How are you?
- Nos vemos despues
- See you later
- Hasta la proximo
- See you next time
- Hasta entonces
- Until then