Good luck in Spanish = Buena suerte
Good luck in Spanish is something that I say quite often to both friends and strangers. Some of the examples of how you could use the phrase good luck in Spnaish would along the lines of if you’re helping someone look for a geographic location and you want to wish them good luck, if you’re buying something from a street vendor and you want to tell them good luck in their sales, if you’re encouraging your loved one in something they’re trying to accomplish, and so on. The Spanish word for good luck, suerte, is commonly used through the day in your interactions with folks so it’s a great Spanish phrase to pick up and stuff in your vocabulary pocket.
I know for most of you, seeing the how to use the phrase good luck in Spanish is a bit easier to learn. Let’s take a quick look at some good examples of how to say good luck in Spanish.
Good luck on your interview! – ¡Buena suerte en tu entrevista!
They say that four-leaf clovers bring good luck. – Dicen que los tréboles de cuatro hojas traen buena
Good luck with your test today! – Buena suerte con su examen hoy!
I wish you the best of luck with everything. – Le deseo la mejor de las suertes con todo
I hope you find good luck in your new job. – Espero que encuentre la buena suerte en tu nuevo trabajo
Wishing someone good luck in Spanish is not only friendly but always very encouraging and kind. If you really want to impress your friends or folks you meet on your journey through Spanish speaking countries, learning this great phrase will surely do the trick. I hope this article was able quickly help you with your Spanish vocab search. Be sure to check out some of my other great blog posts on learning Spanish words such as how to say hello in Spanish, how to say I love you in Spanish, how to tell time in Spanish, and much more!
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