Conversación 

Here is the basic structure for a conversation in Spanish Look over the current vocabulary and grammar. With your partner, practice, MEMORIZE and be ready to present your conversation in front of the class. You will be selected at random.  Surprise! You may even get called up more than once.  :)

1. Saludos . . .

Greet each other physically and verbally

Hola

Buenos días

Buenas tardes

¿Qué tal?

 

 

¿Cómo estás?

¿Qué tal?

¿Cómo te va?

 

 

Muy bien gracias,¿y tú?

 

 

boy - boy
boy - boy

Boys don't kiss each other. They shake hands.

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boy - girl
boy - girl

Touch cheeks and make a kissing noise. This is not romantic- just friends.

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girl - girl
girl - girl

Touch cheeks and make a kissing noise. This is not romantic- just friends.

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¿Puedo hacerte una pregunta?

Can I ask you something?

Claro que sí

Of course 

Ask a question

Answer the question.

Ask a related question

Answer the question.

 

Ask another question.

Answer the question.

3. Despedida

Say goodbye to each other physically and verbally

Adiós

Nos vemos

Hasta luego

Hasta pronto

Un placer hablar contigo

 

Me dio gusto verte.

Igualmente, adiós

boys handshake
boys handshake

Boys shake hands when they greet each other and say goodbye

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boy girl kis
boy girl kis

Boys and girls kiss when they greet each other and say goodbye by pressing their cheeks together and making a kissing noise. This is greeting between friends. Nothing romantic at all.

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girls kiss
girls kiss

Girls don't shake hands typically. They greet each other and say goodbye by kissing. Again this is not romantic in nature. Just friends.

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