Dog in Spanish : How to say dog in Spanish, puppy, and hot dog

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Dog in Spanish = Perro

Dogs are man’s best friend is a popular idea in the Spanish-speaking world, too. Hispanics use the word dog in Spanish with some frequency to refer to actual dogs and for other uses of the word that I will explain further on in this article. How do you say dog in Spanish? Dog in Spanish is one word that may take a little extra effort to pronounce because of that Spanish r that requires that you roll your tongue. If you are serious about learning Spanish you will want to pronounce perro like a native speaker. Just remember that Spanish speakers were not born rolling their tongues. They once had to start practicing it and after years of practice they do it without thinking.

The same principle applies to you. I would suggest that you look for videos of people rolling their r’s, look closely at what they do and sit down in front of the mirror imitating their articulation. Believe it or not, more important than giving you a lecture on phonetics, it is more effective to remind you that your brain is capable of hearing foreign sounds and finding its own way, in your articulators, to produce those sounds. So, pronouncing dog in Spanish should not be a problem for you. Puppy in Spanish is probably easier to pronounce though. Take a look.

Puppy in Spanish = Cachorro

Use cachorro when you want to refer to a puppy in Spanish. Whether you want to describe your puppy to a Spanish-speaking friend or if you want to ask someone if you can pet their puppy in Spanish, this is a good word.

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Puppy in Spanish = Perrito

This one literally means “little dog”. You can use cachorro and perrito interchangeably without changing meanings. Now let’s see how to say hot dog in Spanish.

Hot dog in Spanish = Perro caliente

Hot dog in Spanish is probably more frequently used than the word itself. Why? Because it’s related to eating and that’s something Hispanics constantly compete in with other cultures. You wouldn’t believe the different kinds of hot dogs that you can find through Latin America. Hispanics took the regular hot dog and in their own terms improved it.

Bitch in Spanish = Perra

Bitch in Spanish carries a strong negative connotation with it. It can be a sexual one but the word also refers to a woman who is intentionally evil to the core. A word that neither you nor any other person want to be called. But be sure to audibly recognise it when someone uses the word. Here’s an example of street language.

Don’t mess up with that woman.  She’s a crazy bitch = No te metas con esa mujer. Es bien perra.

Now you know how to say dog, puppy, hot dog, and a couple slang words derived from the word dog in Spanish. Take your Spanish up a notch by reading the different articles here on how to learn Spanish free. Some of the most recent articles are say sister in Spanish, say good morning in Spanish, say I love you in Spanish, say hi in Spanish and many more!

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Daughter in Spanish : How to say daughter, step daughter, and more!

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Daughter in Spanish = Hija

The word daughter in Spanish is another very frequently used word. On my trips to Latin America I have noticed that most families are very large and that women outnumber men. That’s why the word daughter in Spanish is used a lot, just as much as the word son in Spanish. In Hija the letter H is silent and the letter J is pronounced like the H in hobby. So the word sounds ee-ha. In the following paragraphs I’ll explain to you other variations of the word daughter in Spanish, such as daughters, and daughter-in-law. But first let me quickly show you a few words in Spanish that will help you indicate and understand whose daughter someone is talking about at a given time. I´m talking about the words that express possession, such as my, your, our and their. Let’s begin with how to say “my”.

My daughter in Spanish = Mi hija

Suppose I want to talk about my daughter in Spanish. To say “my” I only put and “m” and an “I” together and that’s it. Now let’s see how to say your daughter in Spanish.

Your daughter in Spanish = Tu hija

Very simple. Say “tu hija” when you want to talk about the daughter of a person you are addressing directly. The next phrase is our daughter in Spanish.

Our daughter in Spanish = Nuestra hija

The word nuestra ends in “a” because among all the words to denote possession in Spanish, the word for “our” is the only one that must end with either “a” or “o” to indicate the gender of the object/person being referred to.  Use the word nuestra to say our daughter in Spanish. The next word is more simple. Take a look at how to say “their daughter” in Spanish.

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Their daughter in Spanish = Su hija

That is how we say their daughter in Spanish. Very easy to remember. You can use all the previously explained Spanish words for my, your, our and their with the word daughter to clearly indicate whose daughter you are talking about. If you want to talk in plural and mention more than one daugher, you would only add an s to the word hija as I exemplify in the following phrase.

Daughters in Spanish = Hijas

Not difficult at all. Add an s and you make it plural. Now, if you want to ask someone if they have children, independently of whether they’re daughters or sons, the following word is  the word for children in Spanish.

Children in Spanish = Hijos

The word children also take the Spanish words for my, your, our and their when you want to you express the different relationships among family members. Finally, let’s take a look at daugher-in-law in Spanish.

Step daughter in Spanish

It’s a good thing that step daughter in Spanish is only one word to remember: hijastra. However, many Hispanics will prefer to use the word for daughter instead of hijastra unless they want to clarify how they are related.  I hope you enjoyed learning how to say daughter in Spanish and its variations daughters, step daughter and daughter-in-law. You can learn many more words by reading my other articles here on How to Learn Spanish Free such as how to say son in Spanish, brother in Spanish, learn how to tell time in Spanish, and many more!

Daughter-in-law in Spanish = Nuera

“Nuera” is the Spanish word for the spouse of someone’s son. Kind of a compound word in English but a single word in Spanish. Very easy. I hope you enjoyed learning how to say daughter in Spanish and its variations daughters and daughter-in-law. You can learn many more words by reading my other articles here on How to Learn Spanish Free such as how to say son in Spanish, good morning in Spanish, how to say I love you in Spanish, and many more!

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Son in Spanish : How to say son, step son, & son-in-law

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Son in Spanish = Hijo

The word son in Spanish is one of the most frequently used words according to statistics on the Spanish language. A fact that I have noticed during my trips around Latin America (though not in Spain) is a high rate of birth and a large number of members in families. It’s too obvious that every male in a family, and every man on the face of the earth, is the son of someone. So the word son in Spanish has much use. If you want to sound like a Spanish speaker when pronouncing it you just have to remember that in Hijo the letter H is silent and the letter J is pronounced like the H in hobby. In the following paragraphs I’ll explain other variations of the word son in Spanish, such as sons, son-in-law and children. But first let me quickly show you a few words in Spanish that help you indicate and understand whose son someone is talking about at a given time. I´m talking about the words my, your, his, her, our and their. Here is how to say “my” son in Spanish.

My son in Spanish = Mi hijo

Suppose I want to talk about my son in Spanish. To say “my” only put and m and an I together and there you go. Now let’s see how to say your son in Spanish.

Your son in Spanish = Tu hijo

Very simple. Say “your son” when you want to talk about the son of that person your are addressing directly. The next phrase is our son in Spanish.

Our son in Spanish = Nuestro hijo

You should add the word nuestro to say our son in Spanish. This word has two syllables and it only requires only that you roll an r to pronounce –tro in nuestro.

Their son in Spanish = Su hijo

That is how we say their son in Spanish, independently of the gender of each partner in a couple… very easy to remember. By adding the Spanish words for my, your, his, her, our and their to the word hijo you will clearly indicate the person with whom a certain son is related. If you want to talk in plural and mention more than one son, you would only add an s to the word hijo as I exemplify in the following phrase.

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Sons in Spanish = Hijos

Not difficult at all. Add an s and you make it plural. Now, if you want to ask someone if they have children, you must know the word children in Spanish.

Children in Spanish = Hijos

No, it´s not a mistake. To say children in Spanish you use the same word for that you use for sons. The explanation here is that the word hijos is used used both to refer to male children and children in general. The words son, sons and children take the Spanish words for my, your, his, her, our and their to help you express the different relationships among family members. But there is another word with which you can do this. Let’s take a look at son-in-law in Spanish.

Step son in Spanish = Hijastro

Step son in Spanish is probably one word you won’t hear as much as the word for son. Hispanics are naturally warm people and many of them will prefer to say “hijo” because it creates a greater sense of closeness. But you may still get to hear it or use it depending on the circumstances. Now you know the Spanish words for son, sons, son-in-law and children. Feel free to check out some of my other articles here on How to Learn Spanish Free such as how to say brother in Spanish, the lyrics to happy birthday in Spanish, learn how to tell time in Spanish, and much more!

Son-in-law in Spanish = Yerno

“Yerno” is the word for the spouse of someone’s daughter. It is important that you can not only read and spell son in Spanish but that you are able to audibly identify this word when you hear it from the mouth of a native Spanish speaker. In some countries like Argentina and Uruguay in the Y in yerno is pronounced with friction like the letter J in June, while in other countries like Costa Rica it is pronounced as a Y in the word Yes.

Now you know the Spanish words for son, sons, son-in-law and children. Feel free to check out some of my other articles here on How to Learn Spanish Free such as how to say brother in Spanish, the lyrics to happy birthday in Spanish, learn how say thank you in Spanish, and much more!

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Sister in Spanish : How to say sister, sister-in-law, step sister

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Sister in Spanish = Hermana

Knowing how to say sister in Spanish is a blessing. And that is for sure less debatable than whether having a sister is a blessing in itself. Kidding! Both things are a blessing. But adding the word sister in Spanish to my vocabulary enabled me to talk about my own relatives in Spanish and to understand when the new friends I’ve made in Latin America tell me about their families. The word sister in Spanish is almost identical to the word for brother in Spanish. The only difference is that while brother ends in “o”, sister ends in “a” because it is feminine.

When my friends ask me how do you say sister in Spanish, I tell just tell them to remember that like the “h” in the English word “hour” is silent, the Spanish “h” in hermana is silent, too. So sister in Spanish is pronounced something like er-mah-nah. Picking up little language subtleties like this one will help you speak Spanish with more fluency. Apart from knowing how to say sister in Spanish, some of you may want to know how to say step sister in Spanish, sister in law in Spanish, or just the plural form for the word sister – sisters in Spanish. Keep reading along to learn how to say at all of those quickly.

Sister in Law in Spanish = La cuñada

La cuñada is one of those Spanish words that has a letter that doesn’t exist in the English alphabet. It’s just like the N but with a little thing on the top. The ñ is pronounced like the “ni” in inion. The word sister in law in Spanish is pronounced coo-ni-ah-dah. Let’s take a look at the next word.

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Step Sister in Spanish = La hemanastra

Don’t be confused by how long the word looks. Step sister in Spanish is just like sister in Spanish but with the ending –stra. You need to make sure you roll the r that is in that last syllable to make it sound perfect. Phonetically spelled it looks like er-mah-nahs-trah. Now let’s take a look at how to say little sister in Spanish.

Little Sister in Spanish = Hermanita

Say hermanita to talk about your little sister in Spanish. You should add the word mi to express that it is your little sister that you are talking about. If you have a picture of her and you want to show it to someone you can point at the picture and say mi hermanita. Here is how you say older sister in Spanish.

Older sister in Spanish = Hermana mayor

Saying mii hermana mayor would be a very simple way to introduce your older sister in Spanish. That works whether you’re pointing at a picture or if your older sister is actually standing next to you. If you have more than one sister and you want to talk about them in Spanish, take a look at the following words

Sisters in Spanish = Hermanas

This one is very easy. In the same way you make a word plural by adding an s in English, you add an s at the end of the word hermana and you get sisters in Spanish. Way to go! You found the answer to the question how do you say sister in Spanish. You also know how to say sister in law in Spanish, step sister in Spanish, little sister in Spanish and older sister in Spanish. Feel free to check out some of my other articles here on How to Learn Spanish Free such as how to say brother in Spanish, the lyrics to happy birthday in Spanish, learn how to tell time in Spanish, and much more!

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Money in Spanish : How to say money, cash, currency, cost

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Money in Spanish = Dinero (El dinero)

If there´s something you need to know and that you can’t afford ignoring if you want to get around in Latin America or Spain that’s how to say money in Spanish. Whether you are travelling as a regular tourist or if your mission requires you to operate in a secret or clandestine fashion, there is nothing you will get for free in Spanish speaking countries (you might get one or two things for free after a couple tequilas in Mexico though). The word money in Spanish is implicitly or explicitly present in anything that is worth enjoying: food, tours, souvenirs, transportation, businesses and all sorts of adventures.

However, people don’t actually use the word money in Spanish (dinero) as often as they use some related words and phrases such as cash, how much, or currency, except for when they want to make statements like:

That’s a lot of money! = ¡Eso es mucho dinero!” (to bargain)

I don’t have any money = No tengo dinero

I need some money = Necesito dinero

Now, anytime you ask how do you say money in Spanish, you will hear “depends on the country where you are”.  “dinero” is the formal, generally accepted term for money in all Spanish-speaking countries. But every country has a slang word for money. These are some of the most popular ones:

Pasta = Slang for money in Spain

Plata = Slang for money in Venezuela

Lana = Slang for money in Mexico

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Cash in Spanish= Efectivo

Knowing how and when to use the word cash in Spanish will help you sound less formal and also help you be more specific with what type of money you’re referring too in different situations. Let’s take a quick look at some of examples of how to say cash in Spanish in certain situations.

I don’t have any cash for the bus – No tengo ningún dinero para el autobús

Can you lend me some cash for the taxi? – ¿Me puede prestar algo de dinero para el taxi?

We don’t take credit card here, only cash. – No tomamos la tarjeta de crédito aquí, solo pagos en efectivo.

Use “efectivo” (cash) when you need to ask about acceptable forms of payment:

Do you take cash? = ¿Acepta efectivo?

Acepta = Do you take

Efectivo = cash

As a tourist, you will need to find out how much things cost. Here’s how to ask that:

How much is it? = ¿Cuánto cuesta?

Cuanto = how much

Cuesta = is it?

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As you may expect, people will always say the name of their national currency when they say how much something costs. For example, instead of saying “it’s 5 dollars” people will respond “it’s 5 pesos” (son cinco pesos). That would be 5 mexican dollars, so to speak.  If you don’t know or if you forget the name of the currency of a particular country you may ask:

What’s the currency here? = ¿Cómo se llama la moneda aquí?

Como se llama = What’s the

Moneda = Currency

Aquí = Here

So, as you travel to different Spanish-speaking countries be mentally prepared not to hear “Dollars” but Peso (Colombia), Bolivar (Venezuela),  Quetzal (Guatemala), Colon (Costa Rica), or Sol (Peru), to name a few.

Then there are times when you need to ask about acceptable forms of payment.

Do you take cash? = ¿aceptan efectivo?

Aceptan = do you take

Efectivo= Cash

Cash is not accepted = No se acepta efectivo

No se acepta = Is not accepted

Efectivo = Cash

Don’t be confused about all these terms. The good thing is you will always be understood if you stick to the word dinero. If you feel adventurous and want to try all the different slang words for money in Spanish, you can also give it a try.  It’s very simple.

You have now cleared you doubt about how do you say money in Spanish. You can also bargain, keep your expenses low and exchange money safely. If you want to keep learning more phrases in Spanish, you can check out some other articles and learn how to say thank you in Spanish and you’re welcome in Spanish.

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Brother in Spanish : How to say brother, brothers, & brother-in-law

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Brother in Spanish = Hermano

Brother in Spanish is one of my absolute favorites! I normally call every guy I talk to brother anyways, so learning how to say brother in Spanish was a great addition to my Spanish vocabulary. The word for brother in Spanish can be used for family, friends, or really anyone you want to say it to depending on how extrovert or outgoing you might be. The word brother in Spanish is almost identical to the word for sister in Spanish. The only difference is that you would need to change the ending letter to match the subject – feminine or masculine. If you really want to say the word brother in Spanish correctly, you need to make sure you roll the r that is in the middle of the word. Learning how to roll your r’s in Spanish will be critical to you sounding more Latin and speaking the Spanish language with more fluency. Some of you landed here to see how to say step brother in Spanish, brother in law in Spanish, or just the plural form for the word brother – brothers in Spanish. Let’s take a quick look at all of those below quickly.



Brother in Law in Spanish = El cuñado

El cuñado is the exact way that you would want to say the word brother-in-law in Spanish. It’s easy to remember. Just like the word hermano, Spanish for brother, it too has a feminine version of the word where the word ends with an a instead of an o. You would replace the o with an a if you wanted to say sister-in-law in Spanish. Let’s move on to the next word.

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Brothers in Spanish = Hermanos

This one is easy. Just like we would add an s in English to a word when we want to make it plural, we would do the same here for this word. When you want to say brothers in Spanish, just add the s to hermano(s). Let’s take a look at the next word for brother in Spanish.

Step brother in Spanish = El hermanastro

Step brother in Spanish is simply just an extension of the word hermano. Don’t ask me why it reads the way it does, it just is what it is. Now that you know how to say brother in Spanish, along with all its others forms, you can use them with your family or friends! Be sure to check out some of my other articles here on How To Learn Spanish Free such as how to ask for a kiss in Spanish, the lyrics to happy birthday in Spanish, learn how to tell time in Spanish, and much more!

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How are you in Spanish : How are you doing, What’s Up, How Are Things

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How are you in Spanish (informal) = ¿Cómo estás?

Cómo = How in Spanish 

Estás= You (informally) 

How are you in Spanish is a great way to start a conversation, greet someone in passing, and also not sound like like a selfish uncaring schmuck – all the above. Learning how to say how are you in Spanish will help you bridge the gap when traveling and meeting new people. There are several ways to say how are you in Spanish. ¿Cómo estás? is the informal way to say this Spanish phrase. You would use ¿Cómo estás? in any situation where you already know the person such as your lover, your dog, your mother, your buddy, or your close co-workers (although some of you have traditional parents that require you to say yes ma’am and yes sir so you’ll need to use the formal form which I’ll mention here in a second). Let’s take a look at how we would say how are you in Spanish to someone who you don’t know as well or someone that demands your respect (selfishly or not).



How are you in Spanish (formal) = ¿Cómo está usted?

Cómo = How in Spanish 

Está Usted = You (formally) 

Knowing how to greet someone like the front desk person at your hostel, hotel, or motel is always important. Maybe you’ll get to know them more casually as you stay there longer, but knowing how to formally say how are you in Spanish will get you a long ways when your tired and you need something from the place you’re staying in. Also is really great for meeting someone’s parents that you might be dating in a Spanish speaking family. Maybe you’re taking a job where the employer speaks Spanish and you want to be polite. Knowing how to say this Spanish phrase in a formal way will earn you big points.

Another great way to say how are you in Spanish would be like saying something along the lines of how are you going in Spanish or how are things going for you in Spanish. To my Aussie friends, I know you guys like to use this phrase a lot – how are you going? It sounds bit strange to me in US English, but you guys also created Budgy Smugglers so it kind of makes sense (shout out to my homie Adam Linforth who runs the show there). Let’s take a quick look at how to say how are you going or how are things going for you in Spanish.

¿Cómo te va?

Cómo = How in Spanish

Te = You (informally)

Va = You going (informal) 

Another similar way to say how are you in Spanish would be along the lines of how are things going for you. This version literally translates to how are you walking in Spanish or how are you riding in Spanish. Again, sounds strange, but you’ll hear it a lot in Spanish speaking areas. Let’s take a look below at this alternative way of saying how are you in Spanish. Basically its like saying how are things going for you.

How are you doing in Spanish = ¿Cómo andas?

Cómo = How in Spanish

Andas =  You walk or You ride

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What if we want to say the really short version of how to say how are you in Spanish? One of the more common things I say in English is what’s up? Its a great short phrase that you can use in passing to actually say hi in Spanish or you can use it as a question/answer to someone else’s question. For example:

“Hey Luke, can you help me? // What’s up Cleedus? Sure I can help. But only if you chop that mullet off first.”

Here is how you say what’s up in Spanish.

What’s Up in Spanish = ¿Qué pasa?

Qué = What in Spanish

Pasa = To pass or passing

Lastly let’s take a look at how to ask something simple like how are things in Spanish. This is a friendly way of saying how are you in Spanish but really referring specifically to someones’s life or efforts after you have not seen them for a short or long time. Here is how to say how are things in Spanish.

How are things in Spanish = ¿Qué tal?

Now that you have some solid phrases that you can checkout, be sure to check out some of my other great English to Spanish translation articles such as hello in Spanish, how to sing happy birthday in Spanish, how to say I love you in Spanish, and much more.

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Please in Spanish : How to say please and pleases in Spanish

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Please in Spanish = Por favor

(asking for something politely) 

Please in Spanish is something you’ll want to learn if you don’t want to sound rude. If you don’t already use the word Please in English or your normal language….shame on you, start using it now. Lol. Learning how and when to say the word please in Spanish will help you come across nicer to folks and also help you make friends as you travel through Spanish speaking countries. However, the word please can actually mean much more than just an expression for politely asking for something. Let’s take a quick look at what they other forms of please are in Spanish.

Sometimes we want to use the word please when we’re really annoyed with someone or something. One of the common ways of using the word please in Spanish is to say the phrase, Por Dios! Which translates more or less to Come on! Please! Here are some examples of what that might look like.

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Will you close the door, please! – ¡Por Dios! Vas a cerrar la puerta, por favor?

Seriously, shut your mouth, please! – En serio, cierra la boca, por favor!

Then there are the times when we want to use the word please in Spanish to express something along the lines of being pleased or satisfied with something. Take a look at the sample situations below.

My work pleases my boss. – Mi trabajo agrada a mi jefe.

It does not please my mom when I come home late. – Que no agrada a mi madre cuando vuelva a casa tarde.

It pleases my girlfriend when I don’t kiss other girls. – Agrada a mi novia cuando yo no beso a otras chicas.

Learning how to say please in Spanish will get you a long ways with folks you might be staying with, taxis you might be using, front desk help you’re dealing with, and so on. Now that you know how to say please in Spanish, take a look at how to say thank you in Spanish or how to say your welcome in Spanish.

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Dad in Spanish : How to say dad, father, and step father

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Dad in Spanish = Papá (El papá )

Dad in Spanish is much like how you would say mom in Spanish. Dad in Spanish actually has a few different forms, but the most common one is Papá. Much like the pronunciation of the word Mamá, you need to make sure you drag the letter a out when you say the word dad in Spanish – papá. You can actually just practice this with your real parents, playing around with them, and they’ll probably not even notice lol. I do it all the time with mine and they get a kick out of it.




Let’s take a quick look at how to use dad in Spanish in some general situations that you might find yourself in throughout your travels. 

My dad is my hero! – ¡Mi papá es mi héroe!

I love my dad a lot. – Te quiero papá.

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Are there other ways to say dad in Spanish? What if we wanted to be more specific with the word dad and say father instead? Let’s take a look at how to say father in Spanish.

Father in Spanish = Padre 

Father in Spanish is typically the more common way to say father in Spanish. In the majority of sentences you will need to use the word dad or father in Spanish, you will probably want to sue Padre. Papá is typically used for talking about your dad in a more personal way…if that makes sense. Let’s take a look at how we would use the word father in Spanish in some actual situations you might find yourself in.

Having a father is important for children. – Tener un padre es importante para los niños.

How old is your father? – ¿Qué edad tiene tu padre?

When did you become a father? – ¿Cuándo se convierte en un padre?

For some of us, including myself, we have a step-father in our lives. What if you wanted to know how to say step-father in Spanish? This would of course be important to you explaining your family to others, so let’s take a quick look at how to say step-father in Spanish. I’ll show you how to say step dad in Spanish as well.

Step Father in Spanish = Padre del paso

Step Dad in Spanish = Papá del paso

Now that you have all the ways to say dad in Spanish, father in Spanish, and step-father in Spanish, you can now explain some of your family to others while you travel! Be sure to check out some of my other blog posts for English to Spanish translation such as how to sing happy birthday in Spanish, how to say why in Spanish, how to say yes in Spanish, and much more!

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Mom in Spanish : How to say mom in Spanish? Mother in Spanish?

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Mom in Spanish = Mamá

Mom in Spanish is a pretty simple one to learn. Why? Well it sounds a lot like the word for mom in English already. The one thing to know about the mom in Spanish is that you need to be sure to pronounce the a at the end of the word with more emphasis. That hyphen you see has more of a influence in words rather than just speaking through the word. If you miss this point, you’re going to have a tough time pronouncing Spanish words correctly. When you say the word mom in Spanish, mamá, be sure to drag that a out a little when you pronounce it.




Mamá is obviously how you say mom, but how would you say the word mother in Spanish?

Mother in Spanish = Madre

Mother in Spanish is one of my favorite words in Spanish. I love my mother to death so for me the word mother in Spanish has much more significance than almost any other word in Spanish. Madre is probably the most common word you would see used to introduce or let people know about your mother.

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Mommy in Spanish = Mamí

There is another way you say mom in Spanish or mother in Spanish. This version actually has a literal family sense and then it also can be used as a way to hit on a girl or use it in more of a flirtatious way. Mamí is another way to say mom in Spanish. It’s like saying mommy in Spanish or momma in Spanish. As you can see, mamí could really be used by a toddler, a weird adult who still calls their mom that, or a guy picking up a beautiful girl at a club. Your call.

Now that you know how to say mom in Spanish and mother in Spanish, you can now introduce your mother or talk crap about someone else’s. Hope this article helped you along your way today! Be sure to check out some of my other English to Spanish translation articles such as how to say why in Spanish, how to say when in Spanish, how to say yes in Spanish, and many more.

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