Spanish Lesson 7: Useful Spanish phrases (Videos 1 & 2)

Spanish phrases: Simple helpful sentences in Spanish


I believe that the best method to learn Spanish is to alternate between grammar, vocabulary, sentences, conversation and reviews. In my opinion, vocabulary is the most boring thing to study. However, you can’t speak without learning some vocabulary!

This lesson is focussed on simple but useful Spanish phrases. Sentences of this kind:

Hola. ¿Cómo te llamas? – Hello. What is your name?
(Yo) me llamo Juan. ¿Y tú? – My name is Juan. And you (yours)?
(Yo) me llamo Carlos. – My name is Carlos (I am called Carlos)
¿Dónde vives? – Where do you live?
Vivo en España. – I live in Spain.
¿Qué edad tienes? – How old are you?
Tengo treinta años. – I am thirty years old
¿Cuál es tu dirección? – What is your address?
¿Cuál es tu (número de) teléfono? – What is your telephone number?
¿Cuál es tu (dirección de) correo electrónico? – What is your e-mail (address)?

We will focus on Spanish phrases in many more lesson in our Spanish course. You can check our index to look for any topic you want or need.

Remember to practice aloud, trying to reproduce the same sounds and pronunciation. Good luck! Write if you have any questions.

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