How do you respond to Que Pasa?
Estoy bien. Nothing. I'm fine.
Even if you are a beginner at Spanish, you may have already encountered the phrase ¿Qué pasa? . The verb pasar. means to happen, so this phrase literally translates as What happens?, though in English you would typically say What's up? or What's going on? to greet someone you know.
"¿Qué pasa?" is present tense same as "what is going on?" while "¿qué pasó?" is past tense and translates as "what happened?" Both are valid ways of asking another person about recent or present events on his life so they both are used as common greetings among many other ways of saying hello in Spanish.
This phrase means “how are you?” and can be used not only to find out how somebody is feeling, but can also be used as a way to say hello. If in passing someone says “hola!” to you, it would acceptable to reply: “como estas?”
If a girl is polite when she speaks with her gramma, the old lady can reply by saying: “Que linda! – How sweet from you! “.
The standard answer is probably "Bien" ("Fine") or "Muy bien" ("Very good"). Of course, both of those responses are often expanded: "Muy bien, gracias. ¿Y tú?" ("Quite well, thank you. And you?").
|Spanish slang word||Spanish pronunciation||English meaning|
muy bien in Spanish is “VERY WELL”.
Definition of hasta luego
: until later : see you later.
Bonita is a feminine given name as well as a word meaning "pretty, cute" in Spanish and Portuguese.
How do you reply to Buenos días?
In short – the best (and easiest) response to 'buenos días' is a simple 'buenos días' in return! 'Hola, buenos días', 'buen día', 'igualmente' and 'como está' are also excellent responses!
– Saying where you're from in Spanish – Coffee Break Spanish To Go Episode 1.03. Coffee Break Languages.
"¿Y tu?" - and you? So, you can say "Yo tambien" which would mean I am fine too. This is of course assuming that they said they were fine. If you wanted to say that you were tired instead of saying you were fine, you would respond with "Estoy cansada" for a girl or "Estoy cansado" if you are a boy.
(= yes) ¡sí!
Mami is a Spanish slang term variously used to refer to a mommy, attractive woman, female romantic partner, or close female friend.
Chica is a cute and casual term that you can use in Spanish to say 'girlfriend'. Depending on the context, this expression can be translated either as 'my girl' or 'my girlfriend'. 'Chica' can be used either as a way to call your girlfriend or as a way to refer to her when talking to others.
very good, very well. excellent.
Nop – Nope. To say “no” in Spanish in a super informal way, use this expression. It works the same way as the English “nope” but once again, make it a short /o/ instead of the English diphthong.
The Spanish phrase hasta la fuego means until the fire in English.
Mucho gusto means Pleased to meet you. or It is a pleasure to meet you. It does not change with gender. Echoline is right. Gusto is a masculine noun, not an adjective, so it is not conjugated for gender.
What is hasta la Wago?
Translated literally from Spanish to English, hasta luego means “until then.” (Until then is used in English in the exact same way—to say you'll see someone soon.)
English Translation. my home. More meanings for mi casa. my house.
It's similar in meaning to bonito/bonita: it can mean “beautiful”, “pretty”, “lovely”, or “nice”.
Cómo te llamas is a conversational way to ask someone “What's your name?” in Spanish.
You can also say "¿Qué onda?" "Qué hay de nuevo?" "Qué hubo?" "Qué húbole?"
It's Not All About You.
|Nada. ¿Qué pasa contigo?||Nothing. What's going on with you? / What's up with you?|
|Lo mismo. ¿Qué pasa contigo?||Same old, same old. What's going on with you? / What's up with you?|
La mujer/muchacha/chica/etc. mexicana for mexican woman.
No mames is used colloquially in the Spanish-speaking Latinx community, specifically among Mexican and Mexican-American youth, but many consider the expression vulgar and some associate it with gang language.
- tranquilo – Cool, quiet, composed, laid back, chilled out. ...
- escuincle – Kid, brat.
- chamba – A Mexican word that means “work”. ...
- órale – Mexican word that means “OK”, “alright” or “go for it!”
- dale – Argentine version of órale.
- escopeta – A shotgun.
- genio – Literally means “genius”.
Telling Time in Spanish ¿Qué hora es? ¿A qué hora...? - YouTube
What is the meaning of estoy bien?
I'm fine. I'm fine.