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A1 - Survival Travel Spanish

Survival Travel Spanish

The minimum Spanish to get by in a Spanish speaking country.

Note that this lesson is based on the Spanish in Spain. It might be a bit different in other Spanish speaking countries.

The Spanish like the English are not particularly good linguists. Until fairly recently you could go to a four star hotel and the reception desk and many of the staff did not speak English.

It is fairly arrogant to go to a foreign country and just expect everyone to speak your language.
Using this page you should be able to learn the very basics.

Even if your Spanish is terrible you will at least get some respect by trying to speak in Spanish.
 

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EXPLANATION:

The first line is in English.
The second line is the translation of the verb into Spanish.

Use this lesson to learn the minimum Spanish to get by.

The Contents

USEFUL WORDS & EXPRESSIONS
FRASES Y PALABRAS ÚTILES
Hello
Hola
Goodbye
Adiós
See you later
Hasta luego
Yes.
Sí.
No.
No.
Please
Por favor
Excuse me
Perdón
You're welcome. / Not at all.
De nada
It doesn't matter.
No importa.
I'm sorry
Lo siento
I don't understand.
No entiendo
I don't know.
No lo sé.
OK.
Vale
I want / I would like ...
Quiero ...
Thank you very much
Muchas gracias
Thank you
Gracias
before
antes
after
después
left
izquierda
right
derecha
Where is the toilet?
¿Dónde está el servicio?
How much is it?
¿Cuánto es?
How much does it cost?
¿Cuánto cuesta?
What's the time?
¿Qué hora es?
Where is ...? Where are ...?
¿Dónde está ...? ¿Dónde están ...?
Is there a bank near here?
¿Hay un banco cerca de aquí?
a post office
una oficina de correos
a travel agent's
una agencia de viajes
I don't speak Spanish (very well).
No hablo español (muy bien).
Leave me alone!!!
¡Déjeme en paz!
Can you + (verb)? to ask someone to do something for you Can you wake me up at eight o'clock?
¿Puede ...? ¿Me puede despertar a las ocho?
Can I + (verb)? to ask permission to do something Can I sit here?
¿Puedo ...? ¿Puedo sentarme aquí?
Do you speak English?
¿Habla inglés?
Please speak slowly.
Hable despacio por favor.
THE HOTEL
EL HOTEL
Is/Are there ....? Is there a swimming pool? Are there any bars near here? Is there a car park?
¿Hay ....? ¿Hay una piscina? ¿Hay bares cerca de aquí? ¿Hay aparcamiento?
a single room
una habitación individual
a double room
una habitación doble
a double bed
una cama de matrimonio
single beds
camas individuales
with / without a shower/bathroom
con / sin ducha / baño
TRAVEL
VIAJAR
a ticket
un billete
a plane ticket
un billete de avión
a train ticket
un billete de tren
a bus ticket
un billete de autobús
the airport
el aeropuerto
the train station
la estación de trenes
the bus station
la estación de autobuses
a return ticket to ...
un billete de ida y vuelta a ...
a couchette
una litera
a single/one-way ticket to ...
un billete de ida sólo a ...
What time ...?
¿A qué hora ...?
What time does it arrive?
¿A qué hora llega?
What time does it leave?
¿A qué hora sale?
What platform does it leave from?
¿De qué andén sale?
TAXI
TAXI
I want to go to the train station.
Quiero ir a la estación de trenes.
Drop me here. / Right here.
Aquí mismo.
BAR / RESTAURANT
BAR / RESTAURANTE
Excuse me (to attract attention)
¡Oiga!
the bill, please
la cuenta, por favor
Can I have a/some ... (literally can you put me a/some ...)
Me pone un/una/unos/unas ...
a beer
una cerveza
a red wine
un vino tinto
a white wine
un vino blanco
a bottle of red wine
una botella de vino tinto
a glass of white wine
una copa de vino blanco
a glass of water
un vaso de agua
meat
carne
vegetables
verduras
fruit
fruta
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