Good Morning in Spanish – How do you say it? Learn here!

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Good Morning in Spanish = Buenos Días! 

Buenos días translates into “good days” and you can pronounce the word buenos días as boo-eh-nohs dee-ahs. How do you say good morning in Spanish is one of the questions I get asked the most here on my website.

Now that we’ve got your burning question of how to say good morning in Spanish out of the way, are there more Spanish phrases that you can use to help you in speaking Spanish while traveling, in-school, at work, or other places you happen to be in?



You bet there is! 

In fact, many countries have some variation of how to say good morning in Spanish. Often times is a shortened version of the Spanish phrase and its usually just for a specific country. For example, when I lived in Medellin, Colombia, one of the most common shortened versions saying good morning in Spanish is Buen Día. I’m not 100% sure of where else this phrase is used but if you’d like to help me out as well as my readers, simply comment in the comment section at the bottom of this blog and share your knowledge. Your experiences are welcomed and encouraged!

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Another common phrase for saying good morning in Spanish is Buenas! This is a common phrase that I will often use in short passing with folks. Its pretty informal and quick way of being polite when speaking Spanish. You can pronounce this Spanish phrase boo-eh-nahs.

The last one that I can think of that I have used often in my travels is by far the most formal of the different ways to say good morning in Spanish. In this phrase you would actual specify the gender and/or age classification of the person you’re saying hello to.

For example:

Buenos días “Señor,” “Señora,” “Señorita,” “Hermano,””Hermana” and so on. 

I will often use any of the prior versions of how to say good morning in Spanish and then follow it with whatever my audience is 🙂 You can also check out my recent blog post on how to say hello in Spanish.

I hope this information has been helpful and I encourage you to checkout my other articles on how to learn Spanish at home.



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