Spanish Phrases For Answering Questions
Native Audio Of Phrases For Answering Questions
In Spanish conversation there are a lot of ways to respond when someone asks you a question. Obviously you can say Si or No. But this page shows you how to add flavor to your answers, and respond with just the right meaning for the situation.
The Spanish phrase is in bold-type and its English definition is right below it. Most of the Spanish phrases have a sentence or 2 of notes below that tell you exactly how and when to use the phrase. On this page you will be learning how to say
Also, how to say that maybe or perhaps a certain thing is that way, and how to give another point of view in a conversation. How to say that you hope something isn't true, or that something doesn't ever happen. How to say that a certain thing isn't worth it.
Spanish Phrases With Online Audio For Answering Questions
- A mi también
- Me too, so do I.
- Use this phrase to express agreement, or a similar like of something.
- A mi tampoco.
- Me neither, neither do I.
- Use this phrase to agree that you don't like or care for something.
- Estoy de acuerdo.
- I agree.
- Literally, I'm in agreement. This is generally to express an agreement to a plan or idea of some sort.
- ¡Como no!
- Of course!
- This is a very enthusiastic way of saying Yes!
- ¡Por supuesto!
- Of course!
- Like our 'of course', this implies something that is almost common knowledge, or understood to be.
- No cabe duda.
- No doubt about it.
- Literally, no room for doubt.
- Con mucho gusto.
- With pleasure.
- Say this one with a smile on your face.
- Puede ser.
- Maybe. It could be.
- There are several ways to say maybe in Spanish. I like to pay attention to the most popular ways the group I talk with use, and then use the phrase they use.
- Tal vez.
- Maybe, perhaps.
- Yet another way to say maybe is quizas
- Por otro lado.
- On the other hand.
- al contrario.
- on the contrary.
- This has more bite than por el otro lado
- Espero que no.
- I hope not.
- Say this for something you hope doesn't happen, or isn't so.
- Espero que si.
- I hope so.
- You can also say espero que... and the add whatever you hope will happen.
- No vale la pena.
- It isn't worth the trouble.