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A1 - 101 common sentences in Spanish

In this lesson we look at the 101 most common expressions and useful phrases in Spanish.

Note: Most of the examples us the familiar "tú" form. In Spain the familiar form is very often used and if you are a foreigner or a non native speaker nobody will be offended if you use the familiar form rather tahn the usted form. This may not be the case in South America.

Note: You may notice in some of the examples that when using Estoy + Adjective  - I am + adjective
The answer may change according to the sex of the person refered to. 
I am a man so I would say. Estoy cansado - I am tired
A woman would say. Estoy cansada - I am tired.
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The first  line is an example sentence in English 
The second line is and example sentence in Spanish.
Use this lesson to learn the 101 most used sentences in Spanish
The 50 most common words in Spanish
50 Interesting facts in Spanish
The 100 most common nouns in Spanish
How to start a conversation in Spanish

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Is there any bread?
¿Hay pan?
Are you Ready? (Changes if male or female)
¿Estás lista? ¿Estás listo?
Be careful!
¡Ten Cuidado!
Bon voyage!
¡Buen viaje!
Call a doctor!
¡Llama un médico!
Can I use the bathroom?
¿Puedo usar el baño?
Can you help me?
¿Me puedes ayudar?
Can you repeat that?
¿me puedes repetír?
Can you speak more slowly?
¿Puedes hablar más despacio?
Come over here!
¡Ven aquí!
Do you speak English?
¿Hablas inglés?
Do you speak Spanish?
¿Hablas Español?
Do you understand?
Don't worry
No te preocupes.
Excuse me. (after bumping into someone)
Excuse me (politely asking someone to get out of the way)
Con permiso
Good afternoon
Buenas tardes.
Good luck!
Good morning
Buenos días.
Good night
Buenas noches.
Happy Birthday!
¡Felíz cumpleaños!
Here you are (when handing someone something)
How are you?
¿Como estas?
How do you say...?
¿Como se dice...?
How much does it cost?
¿Cuanto vale?
I'm bored
Estoy aburrido. Estoy aburrida.
I'm cold
Tengo frio.
I'm hungry
Tengo hambre.
I'm in a hurry
Tengo prisa.
I'm only joking
Estoy bromeando.
I'm sorry
Lo siento.
I'm thirsty
Tengo sed.
I'm tired
Estoy cansado Estoy cansada
I agree
Estoy de acuerdo.
I am a teacher.
Soy profesor
I am thirty years old.
Tengo treinta años.
I don't know.
No lo sé.
I don't think so.
Creo que no.
I don't understand.
No entiendo.
I don't want any more.
No quiero más.
I forgot.
se me olvidó
I have no idea.
No tengo ni idea.
I hope not.
Espero que no
I hope so.
Espero que si.
I love you.
Te amo.
I think so.
Creo que si.
I understand.
I want more.
Quiero más.
It's not important.
No es importante.
It's okay.
Está bien.
It could be.
Puede ser.
It doesn't matter (when some apologises to you).
No pasa nada.
Just a little.
Solo Un Poquito.
Let's go.
Me neither.
yo tampoco.
Me too.
yo también.
My name is Dave.
Me llamo Dave.
No thank you.
No gracias.
Of course not.
Claro que no.
Of couse!
¡Por supuesto!
On the other hand.
Por otro lado.
One moment, please.
Un momento, por favor.
Por favor.
Pleased to meet you.
Encantado. Encantada.
¿de verdad?
See you later.
Hasta luego.
Shut up!
Sorry. (after bumping into someone)
Thank you very much.
Muchísimas gracias.
That's great!
!Qué bien¡
What's happening?
¿Qué pasa?
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