Thanks for coming to this page! You are at the right place if you are just starting to learn Spanish! Learning how to become conversational in Spanish can help you get to know someone, ask questions, and get help, which can be very useful for a Spanish speaking beginner. For example Spanish Greetings help to know how to start conversations and help you know how to respond to first encounters. You can see our Spanish Words page for more vocabulary. All of these sections can be found on our Spanish for Seniors page. You can go there to learn why this site was created.
Learn Spanish greetings and start preparing to speak with native speakers and other Spanish learners in Spanish. This lesson will teach you four greetings questions and 4 answers.
In Greetings Part II, you will learn three greetings questions, three answers, and six basic greetings like “hi,” “good morning,” and so forth.
In this section, you will learn how to understand native speakers when they start talking to you “100 miles per hour” and you have no idea what they’re saying. This is a very important section that will be repeated often throughout the course. It will help you learn phrases like “Can you repeat please?”, “Slower please.”, “Excuse me”, and “How do you Say ___?”
The “What is your name” section is very important because when you meet someone, if you learn their name then you will seem a lot more interesting and will gain friends that speak Spanish. It will teach you to say “What is your name?”, “Nice to meet you.”, and many other phrases.
Try out our Do you speak English section. You will learn from this section if the people you will be speaking with also speak English. You will know how to say things like “I speak a little (Spanish)” and asking others if they speak Spanish.
Here is the Do you speak English Review section. You will review things like introducing others, asking how things are going and saying your name, to help refresh the new Spanish words you’ve learned.
“Where you are from lesson I” has many useful sentences to use in conversations. It teaches you four questions you can ask to learn where people are from and how to say you live somewhere. For example you will learn things like: “Where are you from?”, “Which part?”, and “Where do you live now?”.
This Where are you from lesson II lesson is a lot like the previous lesson because it reviews a lot of things so that when you will remember these Spanish words and keep them ready to learn about where someone is from.
In Weather in Spanish Part I you will learn phrases like “nice weather today” and “How’s the weather there?” and how to respond and say things like “It’s hot.” and “It’s sunny.” or “It’s very windy.”.
This Weather in Spanish Part II page will teach you new phrases like “It’s cold.” “It rains a lot.” and help you to know that you can ask anyone wherever they are how the weather is in Spanish.
Take a look at Weather in Spanish Part III this Lesson gives you six new questions to ask in Spanish conversations like: “Do you like the rain?”, “Do you like it when it’s hot?”, and “Do you like it when it’s cold?”. These questions will help you to be a better Spanish conversationalist.
Weather in Spanish Review will help you to remember the phrases, and questions you learned in all of the weather sections. Phrases like: “How’s the weather there?”, “It rains a lot”, ” ¡Qué bien!” and many others.
The section “Family Part I” is very helpful to know because everyone has a family and when you learn the content in this lesson, it will help you to get to know a Spanish speaker’s family. For example it will help you to understand how many siblings, Grandparents, Sisters, Children, etc.
Family Part II will help you learn questions that you can ask to know if someone is married, and how many siblings they have, and if they are brothers or sisters. It will also give you responses that will help you to answer these same questions if you are asked them!
Our Family Part III lesson will give you a little bit of a review and also some new questions like after you ask if some has kids and they say yes you can ask “Are they little or big?”, and “Do they live close by?”. These questions can also be asked about brothers or sisters.