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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

Can you help me with spanish?

My 22nd GreatGrandma (Eleanor Princess of castile) was a spanish princess and i want to learn Spanish.

Easy 10 points

Can i have a list of every day english words with their Spanish translation next to it.






Why=Por qué


(theres a start ,No swear words i will cheek -Don't think about lying to me.Just words you use everyday,Be a good sport don't copy off the person above you)

And how to pronounce "Cuan"-(it's spanish-I have no idea how to pronounce it)

And how to pronounce "Juan Carlos" (King of spain and my 30th cousin once removed)

2 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Cuan (Koo-an)

    Juan Carlos (Hwahn Car-lohs)

    Pronunciations sounds:

    "a" as in fAther

    "e" as in dAY

    "i" as in bEE

    "o" as in lOw

    "u" as in mOO

    "z" makes the ssss sound in Latin America or the "th" sound in Spain

    "LL" makes a yuh sound.

    "h" is always silent

    "j" makes a huh sound

    "g" makes an h or a g sound


    hola - hello

    bienvenidos - welcome

    mucho gusto - nice to meet you

    el gusto es mío - my pleasure

    me llamo... - my name is...

    ¿Cómo se llama? - What is your name (formal)

    ¿cómo te llamas? - What is your name (informal)

    te presento - let me introduce...

    adiós - goodbye

    buenos días - good morning

    buenas tardes - good afternoon

    buenas noches - good night

    ¿Cómo está Ud.? - How are you? (formal)

    ¿Cómo estás? - How are you informal

    ¿Cómo le va? - How's it going?

    Estoy bien. - I'm fine.

    ¿Qué pasa? - What's up?

    hasta luego - See you later.

    hasta pronto - See you soon.

    yo - I

    tú - You (informal)

    usted - You (formal)

    él - he

    ella - she

    nosotros - we

    vosotros - you all (informal/Spain only)

    ustedes - you all (formal in Spain/ formal or infrm. elsewhere)

    ellos - they (all male/ male and female group)

    ellas - they (all female group)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Spanish is a relatively easy language to learn if you already know English. Some basic phrases are


    como estas?=how are you

    donde esta el bano?=where is the bathroom

    me permite tener dinero/comida/algo/ir al bano....=may I have money/food/something/go to the bathroom

    que piensas?=what do you think?

    no problema=no problem

    puedo divinar=I can guess

    tengo hambre/sueno= I am hungry/tired

    Cuan is like pronounced like Kwon and Juan Carlos is Whan Car- los

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