Sorry in Spanish : How to say sorry in Spanish or apologize

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Sorry in Spanish or Apologize in Spanish

Sorry in Spanish or apologize in Spanish is unfortunately a word/phrase that you will definitely want to know. Especially since you’re going to be trying your hand at saying new things in Spanish. You may end up saying something you didn’t mean and you’ll need to say sorry in Spanish or apologize in Spanish in some form or another.




I’m going to walk you through some of the most common ways to say sorry in Spanish or apologize in Spanish – same difference more or less. Obviously some of these are situational specific so use discretion when using these Spanish phrases. They are subtlety different.

Perdón. I’m sure you can actually guess what this word means. It sounds a lot like the English word Pardon, doesn’t it? Guess what? You’re right. It does mean pardon in Spanish. So when you use the word perdón in Spanish it literally means to pardon yourself in Spanish. It also is the same meaning of saying excuse me in Spanish. Perdón is more general and used in passing. Let’s say you wanted to say pardon me in Spanish or excuse me in Spanish where you clearly wanted to identify yourself. You would say perdóname, spoken as “perr-donn-ah-may”.

Disculpa is another great way to say sorry in Spanish or to apologize in Spanish. The word disculpa can be translated in English as an apology or another way of saying excuse. Here’s a quick reference on how to say disculpa in Spanish – dees-kool-pah. This is a great way to say sorry in Spanish when you’re apologizing for something you said wrong, you missed an appointment or an event, you yelled when you didn’t mean to, etc. Really, it’s just another way to apologize in Spanish. If you wanted to say forgive me, you could conjugate the word the same way we did Perdon. If you wanted to specify you as the object, you would say discúlpame. You would pronounce this as dees-kool-pah-meh. You could also say mil disculpas which translates to a thousand apologies in English. Pretty simple.




What if you wanted to say you’re sorry in Spanish or apologize in Spanish in a much more serious way. Let’s say for a death in your family or someone losing their job. Lo siento is a great way to express remorse or ask for forgiveness from someone. This is a great general way of saying sorry in Spanish across all situations. You’ve more than likely heard this in the past before. You could also say lo siento mucho which translates to I’m very sorry.

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What if you wanted to say sorry in Spanish for something that you regret doing? Like when your girlfriend catches you using Tinder, stealing someone’s wave in the surf lineup, or skipping leg day at gym. Lo lamento would be your go to here. Lo lamento literally means I regret it. It’s the same thing as saying I’m terribly sorry in Spanish. Like saying I really screwed up, will you forgive me?

I often get asked this question for how to apologize in Spanish. How do you say I’m sorry about what happened in Spanish? For this Spanish phrase you could say Siento lo ocurrido. This would be a great way of saying sorry in Spanish if you were trying to empathize with someone.

Another common question I get is how to say I owe you an apology in Spanish. Let’s take a look at that real quick. Te debo una disculpa. Debo translates to I should. So in this case, the literal translation from English to Spanish is – To you I should give you an apology. Different, I know, but that would be how you would say I owe you an apology in Spanish.

What if you wanted to ask someone will you please accept my apology in Spanish? This is another great one to know. Le ruego me disculpe.




One really important Spanish phrase to know is how to own up to your own wrong doings. Like saying its my fault in Spanish or saying I was wrong in Spanish. Let’s take a look at the first way to say its my fault in Spanish. Es cupla mía. This is one I use more often than the others I’m about to mention. Culpa is like saying guilt in Spanish. It’s my guilt would be the literal translation.  Another way to say sorry in Spanish is me equivoque. This is like saying its my fault rather than its my guilt.

Well now you know how to say sorry in Spanish or apologize in Spanish. Hopefully don’t screw up often enough to need all of these, but if you do, you got the full phrase pack right here. Be sure to check out some of my other blogs like how to sing happy birthday in Spanish, how to say yes in Spanish, how so say I love you in Spanish, and much more!

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-Luke Matthews



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Yes in Spanish : How to say yes in Spanish with Luke Matthews!

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Yes in Spanish =  

Yes in Spanish is essential to your conversations in Spanish, answering questions, confirming appointments, and so on. You probably use the word yes in English almost every other sentence. Equally, you’ll probably use the word yes in Spanish for the vast majority of your conversations and interactions with Spanish speakers during your travels. Here is a quick snapshot of how you say yes in Spanish translated to English – see.




Let me show you some quick examples of how to say yes in Spanish depending on certain situations you might find yourself in during your interactions with Spanish speakers.

Do you want food? – Yes, but just a little bit.- ¿Quieres comida? – Sí, pero solo un poquito.

Yes! I knew I was right! – ¡Sí! ¡Sabía que tenía razón!

Yes, I would like to buy that car. – Sí, me gustaría comprar ese carro.

Do I think she’s pretty? – ¿Si creo que es bonita? Si, absolutamente.




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Did you know that there are some other ways to say yes in Spanish that are more general phrases? These might be Spanish phrases that you would hear in conversations. Let’s take a look at these together so you have some understanding of them.

For sure in Spanish = Seguro

This is a Spanish word that I use a LOT. Knowing how to say for sure in Spanish is really good for general conversations. It’s also a huge west coast saying…surfer dialect if you will. Learning how to say for sure in Spanish will help you sound more relaxed and also help you sound more fluid and less formal.

Yes, for but of course in Spanish = Por su puesto

Por su puesto is great for giving a solid affirmation in Spanish when speaking in either formal or informal settings. This is a great phrase to use when saying yes in Spanish. Learning how to say of course in Spanish helps you sounds much more sure of yourself and also in fierce agreeance with others.

Yes, of course = Claro or Claro que si

Claro is really the most common word you’ll hear throughout all latin counties, especially in Colombia and Peru (from my experience). Claro que si is a longer way of saying the same thing. It really depends on the person and their preference of what to say in whatever situation they’re in. Your call. All good, and all generally meaning the same thing – yes in Spanish.

Now that you have a solid grasp on how and when to use the word yes in Spanish, you can answer and ask question with much more clarity when traveling. Be sure to check out some of my other articles for quick Spanish words and phrases such as how to say I love you in Spanish, how to say hi in Spanish, how to say Spanish swear words, and more!

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Happy Birthday in Spanish : How do you say it? Happy birthday song?

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Happy birthday in Spanish = ¡Feliz cumpleaños!

Happy birthday in Spanish is obviously a clutch Spanish phrase to know. Learning how to say happy birthday in Spanish is great for friends’ birthday parties, congratulating someone in Spanish on their special day, or saying happy birthday to someone in passing. ¡Feliz cumpleaños! is such a common Spanish phrase that you’ll often times here people in the English speaking countries say it and they don’t even know what the literal words mean, they just know that it means happy birthday in Spanish lol. Before we go a little further, let’s learn what the Spanish words feliz and cumpleaños actually translate too and where they’re from.




Feliz translates in English to happy. Cumpleaños translates in English birthday. Cumpleaños is actually a compound word. The first part of the word, Cumple stems from the Spanish very, Cumplir, which means to complete or to accomplish. The last part of the word, años, means years in Spanish. Pretty straightforward stuff. Let me show you real quickly how to say happy birthday in Spanish. Pronounce happy birthday in Spanish as fay-lees koom-play-ahn-yohs.

Did you know that there are several ways to say happy birthday in Spanish besides feliz cumpleaños? Most Spanish speaking countries have an array of different sayings and catch happy birthday songs in Spanish. Let’s take a quick look at what some of the other ways are to say happy birthday in Spanish. If you landed here on my blog to learn the the happy birthday song in Spanish, scroll down a bit here and I have posted a YouTube video on it. I also threw in an extra video that’s pretty funny which talks about all the different birthday songs in Spanish that might hear in your travels.

¡Felicidades! is a great way to congratulate someone no their birthday. Its really the same thing as saying congratulations in Spanish. Learning how to say congratulations in Spanish is not only great for birthday’s but also any other special event or occasion where you would want to say congratulations in Spanish. So how would you actually say congratulations in Spanish? Say congratulations in Spanish as fay-lees-ee-dah-days.




Felidades en tu dia is a little bit more specific way to say happy birthday in Spanish. It’s actually signifying someone specifically and their special day of being born. En stands for the word in in Spanish. Very similar to English in this sense. Tu in Spanish means you. Learning how to say you in Spanish is really something you’ll need in your daily Spanish language anyways. Now you know! Dia literally means day in Spanish. You would say felicidades en tu dia like fay-lees-ee-dah-days ehn too dee-ah.

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Happy birthday song in Spanish – Learn the words below! 

Happy Birthday To You

Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to my friend
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to my friend
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to my friend
Happy birthday to you

Feliz cumpleaños a ti

Feliz cumpleaños a ti
Feliz cumpleaños a ti
Feliz cumpleaños amigo/a
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Feliz cumpleaños a ti
Feliz cumpleaños a ti
Feliz cumpleaños amigo/a
Feliz cumpleaños a ti
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Feliz cumpleaños a ti
Feliz cumpleaños amigo/a
Feliz cumpleaños a ti










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Thank You in Spanish : How do you say thank you or thanks in Spanish?

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Thank you in Spanish = Gracias 

Thank you in Spanish will get you a long ways with the locals. Not saying thank you will make you look like a foreign prick. It’s your choice, so choose to use this word often and with a smile if you want to mesh in nice during your travels in Spanish speaking countries 🙂 The nice thing about learning how to say thank you in Spanish is that it’s really easy to say, really easy to use in context, and really easy to remember. In fact, I hear a lot of people in states use it on a daily basis, and they really have no concept of Spanish at all. That’s how common this Spanish word is. It’s used to actually substitute the English word now lol. So obviously you know that the word gracias is used to say thank you in Spanish, but what does it really mean when you translate it out? Let’s take a look at what gracias means a little bit deeper.




Gracias stems from the Spanish word Gracia, which translates to the English word – Grace. So when we use the plural form for the word gracia, or grace, we get the Spanish word gracias, which means lots of of graces.

How do you pronounce thank you in Spanish by saying the word gracias? Let me show you real quick. It depends on if you’re speaking Latin American Spanish or if you’re speaking Spain Spanish. Folks in Spanish have a bit of a lisp when pronouncing certain Spanish words. Let me show you both and you can choose the feeling of which one you like the most.

The word gracias is pronounced as “grahss-ee-ass” by Spanish speakers in Latin America,

and as “grahth-ee-ass” in Spain.

If you’re really happy with what someone did for you or a service you received from someone, you could use the phrase muchas gracias. Muchas is simply Spanish for many. So the literal translation for this would be many lots of graces. Or really it just means many thanks. If you wanted to say thanks in Spanish, you could use the Spanish phrase muchísimas graciasI use this when someone has helped me out big time.

So what would we say if we were talking to someone in Spanish that we don’t know? Maybe like a clerk at the grocery store or an old man in a cafe? Let’s take a look at the more formal way to say thank you in Spanish.

Estoy agredecido is a great Spanish phrase to use. Estoy represents you and the word agredecido translates in English to grateful. Remember though, Spanish is weird in the sense that it has feminine and masculine endings to verbs. So you would need to make sure you pronounce this based on the gender of the subject. If you are a woman, you would use the word agredecida. If you are a dude, you would use the word agredicido. See the difference? Don’t forget this or you’ll sound look really weird.

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Sometimes we like to thank someone in advance. Thanking someone in advance is usually for situations where someone is picking you up later, helping you move someone later, preparing your food for you in advance, or covering your shift at work for you in advance. Learning how to say thank you in advance in Spanish is a great Spanish phrase to keep in your vocab pocket. Con gracias anticipadas is the best way to say thank you in advance in Spanish. The word con means with. The word gracias, which you already know this, means thank you in Spanish. The word anticipadas, which you can probably figure out on your own, means to anticipate. Pretty simple. Notice how it the sentence structure seems a little backwards though? Don’t worry about it. Just learn if for the way it is and roll with it.




Another great way to say thank you in Spanish in a more formal sense is to incorporate the Spanish words for sir and madam in your vocab library. The Spanish word for sir is señor and the Spanish word for madam is señoraSo if you wanted to say thank you sir you would say gracias señorIf you wanted to say thank you madam you would say gracias señora.  

What if you wanted to say thank you again in Spanish? This would be a situation where you are receiving a service again or repeatable. Let’s take a look at how to say thank you again in Spanish. Con gracias repetidas is the best way to say it. As I mentioned before, con represents the word with. Gracias represents the word thanks. Repetidas, which you can see the English resemblance pretty easily, means repeat or in this case it means again. Con gracias repetidas.

Well I hope this article hooked you up with the right words for thank you and thanks in Spanish. Pretty easy stuff but really important for your travels in Spanish speaking countries.

Be sure to check out some of my other articles like how to say I love you in Spanish, how to say good afternoon in Spanish, or how to say when in Spanish.

Also, don’t miss my newest page for English to Spanish translation.

Suerte!

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Date in Spanish : How to say date, go on a date, dating in Spanish

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Date in Spanish = Fecha 

Date in Spanish has many different meanings. As you well know, it’s important to know how to say the word date in Spanish so that you can reference or tell someone what day of the week, month, or year that it is. Knowing how to say the word date in Spanish is also really important if you want to know what day an event is occurring or if you’re trying to plan a trip or outing and you want to know what date you need to mark down in your calendar. All very important things to know when needing to use Spanish in your normal daily routines.




Here are some examples of how to say date in Spanish as well as how it is used in a sentence. These are great to remember and keep with you as you travel or live in a Spanish speaking country.

What is the date today? – ¿Cuál es la fecha de hoy?

What date are you arriving? – ¿En qué fecha se le llega?

Can you tell me the date of our next meeting? – ¿Me puede decir la fecha de la próxima reunión?

These are all referencing a single calendar date, but what if you wanted to make say dates, more than one? You would simply change the ending to have an s included. Much like you would do in the English language. So if you wanted to say dates in Spanish you would use the Spanish word fechas. Let’s take a quick look at how to use the word dates in Spanish below.

I want to go but I need to know the dates. – Quiero ir, pero necesito saber las fechas.

When are the dates that you are available? – Cuando son las fechas en las que se encuentran disponibles?

I will meet you on those dates. – Nos encontraremos en esas fechas.

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Now that you understand how to say the word date in Spanish and also how to say the word dates in Spanish, what if you really want to use the word date in the form of a relationship or going out to dinner with someone you like? The word actually changes quite a bit here. Let’s take a look below at how you would say you want to go on a date with someone or you’re going on a date with someone.

The word used for going on a date = Cita 

Here are some examples of the Spanish word cita used in some sentences.

Do you want to go on a date with me? – ¿Quieres ir a una cita conmigo?

I went on a date with her. – Fui a una cita con ella.

The date went really well. – La cita fue muy bien.

What if you wanting to say that you’re dating in Spanish? Let’s take a look at some sample sentences below. Here, you would actually not use the word cita but rather the verb Salir, which means to go with or depart. Sounds strange, I know, but this is how it goes with Spanish.

We are dating right now. – Estamos saliendo en este momento.

We have been dating for three years now. – Hemos estado saliendo desde hace tres años.

Dating her is really difficult. – Salir con ella es realmente difícil.

Well I hope this gave you some great quick Spanish vocab references in your quest for knowing the word date in Spanish and also how to reference dating in Spanish. Be sure to check out my other articles such as how to say why in Spanish, how to say hungry in Spanish, and how to say where are you in Spanish.

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Good Luck in Spanish : How To Say Good Luck in Spanish

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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.

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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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Goodnight in Spanish : How to Say Good Night & Sweet Dreams

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Goodnight in Spanish = Buenas noches

Goodnight in Spanish is great to know when traveling through Spanish speaking countries. Goodnight in Spanish is something you’ll use almost everyday if you’re going to have any interaction with people at night. Buenas noches is probably the most common form of how to say goodnight in Spanish, but what about the other ways? Let’s first take a look at what the two Spanish words buenas and noches actually mean.

Noches means nights and has a feminine sense.

Buenas is taken from the adjective bueno.



What’s really cool about using the phrase buenas noches, is that there is no verb involved so you don’t have to change the way you say this Spanish phrase for any specific group. This will help you remember how to say goodnight in Spanish a lot easier. Same phrase all the time. You can use buenas noches with friends, family, co-workers, your boss, and anyone else you would like. Knowing how to say goodnight in Spanish will allow you to have a Spanish phrase for both a greeting and a farewell.

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Let’s take a look at some other ways to say goodnight in Spanish. Another way to say goodnight in Spanish is to actually wish someone goodnight in Spanish. How would we say that?

Que pases buenas noches which translates to pass a goodnight or spend a goodnight.

That form would be if you wanted to wish someone a goodnight in Spanish informally. What if you wanted to wish someone a goodnight in Spanish in a formal way? Like someone you don’t know well?

Ques pase buenas noches usted which means the same thing just conjugated formally.

You could also wish someone a goodnight but instead of saying something like pass or spend you could say something like have. If we conjugate the verb tener, which means to have, into something that sounds hopeful, we could use the word tengas.

Que tengas buenas noches which translates to hope you have a goodnight in Spanish.

What if you wanted to say sleep well in Spanish? This is really common with friends, family, and children. Let’s take a look at how to tell someone to sleep well in Spanish.

Que duermas bien which translates to that you sleep well.

What if  you wanted to tell someone sweet dreams in Spanish? Sweet dreams in Spanish is again probably something you would say to your loved ones.

Que tengas dulce sueños which translates literally to that you might have sweet dreams. The Spanish word dulce stands for sweet and the Spanish word sueños stands for dreams.

Lastly, let’s take a look at how to say dream with little angels in Spanish. This is a really common Spanish phrase and is also used with loved ones.

Que sueños con angelitos which translates to that you dream with angels.

I hope this quick overview of how to say goodnight in Spanish worked well for you! Be sure to check out my other articles on Spanish greetings and farewells such as how to say hello in Spanish, good afternoon in Spanishgood morning in Spanish, and goodbye in Spanish.

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Good Afternoon in Spanish : How do you say it? What is it?

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Good afternoon in Spanish = Buenas tardes 

Good afternoon in Spanish definitely fits up there with the best Spanish phrases to keep in your vocabulary pocket. Good afternoon in Spanish is used for saying hello in Spanish and also for saying goodbye in Spanish. One of the most tricky parts about how to say good afternoon in Spanish is that in order to pronounce the word tardes correct, you need to have a slight roll of the tongue when you use the letter r. This is a great Spanish word for you to practice rolling your r’s. Its a soft word and does not require a long roll of the r, just a short one (but very important if you want the word to sound fluid and native). Learning how to say good afternoon in Spanish will help make you more approachable in your travels and also help you sound sincere.



I would say in my travels, learning greetings in Spanish will help break the ice in almost any situation such as shopping at the grocery store, ordering food at a restaurant, talking to the front desk at your hotel or hostel, meeting friends, and much more. Most of the folks I know stay up late and wake up late, so getting the day started in the afternoon is super common with travelers. For that reason, learning how to say good afternoon in Spanish is super important.

Let’s go ahead and a take a look at some examples of how to say good afternoon in Spanish.

Good afternoon, is Mrs. Smith there? – Buenas tardes, señora Smith esta allí?

Hi! Good afternoon Claudia! – ¡Hola! Buenas tardes Claudia!

Good afternoon. How can I help you? – Buenas tardes. ¿Cómo puedo ayudarte?

Good afternoon, this is Luke. – Buenas tardes. Este es Lucas.

Now that you have some solid understanding of how to say good afternoon in Spanish, you probably should take a look at how to say hello in Spanish and how to say goodbye in Spanish.

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Good in Spanish : How to Say Good, I’m Good, It’s All Good

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Good in Spanish = Bueno (Adjective) or Bien (Adverb)

Good in Spanish is by far one of the most common Spanish words you’ll say as you progress in your Spanish learning. So really the main question here, if you’re anything like me, is trying to remember basic English grammar from like 5th grade. What’s an adverb? What’s an adjective? Let’s tackle that again real quick just so your remember. Let’s take a quick look at what an Adverb is and what an Adjective is just so you know how to use the word good in Spanish correctly.



An adverb is a part of speech that allows you to describe things.

An adjective in is a part of speech used for describing words. Large, grey, and friendly are all examples of adjectives.

Great, glad we got that cleared up. I hate grammar structure so I feel ya if trying to remember when to use words as an adjective or adverb is tough. Hopefully that quick refresher helped. I actually got kicked out of my English class in high school for not knowing what most of the English grammar was and just straight up refusing to participate in class activities lol. Anyways, you don’t really care about that because you’re here to learn when to use good in Spanish correctly. How about we take a look at some quick examples of how to say good in Spanish and when to use the word good in Spanish correctly. Let’s first look at the adjective use of the word good in Spanish.

A good woman always helps those in need – Un buena mujer siempre ayuda a los necesitados.
You know walking is good for you – Sabes que caminando es bueno para ti.
Your shirt needs a good cleaning – Tu camiseta necesita una buena limpieza.
She is good at writing stories – Ella es buena en escribir historias.
The food in the French cafe was good – La comida en el café francés era bueno.
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Now that you have a solid handle on how to say good in Spanish when using good as an adjective, let’s go ahead and take a look at how you would use good in Spanish as an adverb. Here is probably one of the most common asked questions on the web with English to Spanish translation. Learning how to say I’m good in Spanish is really important and common. Let’s take a look at how to say I’m good in Spanish.

I’m good –  Estoy bien. 

Let’s take a look at some of the most common Spanish phrases that use the word good in Spanish. You will notice many variations of the the word good used as an adjective, adverb, and noun. Try and visualize the actions taking place when you read these examples. That will help you to remember them in Spanish easier.
good and evil – el bien y el mal
he’s a good man – es una buena persona; es un buen hombre
he’s a good friend of mine – es un buen amigo mío
good morning buenos días
good night – buenas noches
Well I hope this helps you out with your quick search for how to say good in Spanish. Be sure to check out some of my other great articles on how to learn Spanish free such as I love you in Spanish, hello in Spanish, and much more.
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Kiss in Spanish : Learn How to Ask for a Kiss ;)

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Kiss in Spanish = Beso 

Kiss in Spanish is probably one of the most requested English to Spanish translation requests that I get here on my website for how to learn Spanish free. I know for me, traveling through Latin America has its perks of beautiful Latin women. Going on dates and knowing how to say the word kiss in Spanish is essential to being romantic and hitting it off. Telling a girl that you want to kiss her in Spanish is not only sexy but sort of required since the most women in Latin America don’t speak English too well. For you girls who are traveling, you’ll probably here this word a lot if you’re being wooed by a Latin guy. He’ll tell you hundred times that he wants to kiss you in Spanish. It’s probably a good idea that you know what he’s saying 🙂

Saying kiss in Spanish is also used often with girls or women who are saying goodbye in Spanish to someone they are friends with or in a relationship with. Just like girls or women would say the word kisses to someone in English, the same can be said for girls or women in Spanish speaking countries. When using this phrase for kiss in Spanish, the actual term used is called besitos which literally translates to kisses.

What if you wanted to ask for a kiss? Great question! Let’s take a look below at how to ask for a kiss in Spanish or tell someone to give you a kiss in Spanish.

Give me a kiss in Spanish = Dame un beso 

Here, the word dame comes from the verb Dar which means, “to give”. Me in the word dame refers to yourself. So the literal translation here means “give me a kiss”. Now that you know how to demand a kiss from someone in Spanish or to ask for a kiss in Spanish from someone, let’s take a look at how to simplify that down and just say kiss me in Spanish.

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Kiss me in Spanish = Bésame

Here you can see that the action phrase is striped down even more. In stead of using the verb “to give”, we actually are using the verb “to kiss” which is besarBésame is a great quick way of saying something sweet to someone you’re probably already seeing or hanging out with. If not, it kinda comes across as aggressive and a bit out of place.

What if you wanted to ask someone for a kiss? Like more of a question rather than a command or a statement? That’s a great question! Let’s take a quick look below and walk through it together.

Can I have a kiss in Spanish = ¿Puedo tener un beso?

Here we’re mixing it up a little and using three different verbs in this question. Poder, which means to be able to. Tener, which means to have. And lastly, Besar, which means to kiss in Spanish. Whenever you have a verb followed with with a another verb in Spanish, the second verb is left unconjugated typically. So in this case, Poder is conjugated to first person present, which is Puedo. The verb Tener, which means to have, is left unconjugated. And the verb to kiss is conjugated into a simple reference point not directed at any subject. It just represents the word kiss in general.



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