With all that in mind, we’ve developed a great list to help you get started. The following questions are the most commonly used: Why? Start using Fluent U on the website with your computer or tablet or, better yet, download the Fluent U app from the i Tunes or Google Play store for i OS and Android devices. From there, it’s only a matter of getting lots of practice!
I personally use "se" for it as it seems to roll from the tongue better, but "ara" is fine too. Me da la impresión de que - I have the impression that Estoy de acuerdo/a - I agree..
Es probable/una lástima/vergonzoso/discutible que SUBJUNCTIVE - Its probable/a shame/shameful/debatable (use with subj.
Also, in Latin culture, when you greet someone it can often be a bit of a ritual. You’ll learn how to navigate a busy city street, a restaurant, the bar counter and public transportation systems. If you’re keen to know some more useful phrases for your travels, then do also check out these awesomely useful travel phrases.
There’s often hugging and cheek-kissing involved, along with numerous pleasantries. I’m lost — Estoy perdido(a)Where is the bus station/bank/supermarket? There’s nothing nicer than being able to give good wishes to your Spanish-speaking friends, or maybe to impress your English-speaking ones!