60 Essential Spanish Phrases For Your Holidays in Spain – Part 2
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In our previous blog post, we presented you with part 1 of 60 Essential Spanish Phrases For Your Holidays in Spain. Below we continue with part 2 and provide you with even more phrases that you can ...

In our previous blog post, we presented you with part 1 of 60 Essential Spanish Phrases For Your Holidays in Spain. Below we continue with part 2 and provide you with even more phrases that you can easily learn and use while on holiday here. Further posts can be read at http://www.b-met.com/blog/

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    • b-met .com http://www.b-met.com/blog/60-essential-spanish-phrases-for-your-holidays-in-spain-part-2/#.UlQkXu4wkU4 by admin October 7, 2013 60 Essential Spanish Phrases For Your Holidays in Spain – Part 2 In our previous blog post, we presented you with part 1 of 60 Essential Spanish Phrases For Your Holidays in Spain. Below we continue with part 2 and provide you with even more phrases that you can easily learn and use while on holiday here. There are another f our categories to become f amiliar with f or everyday situations including “At the hotel”, “At the shops”, “Medical Emergencies” and “General Conversation”. So, if you would like to learn just enough Spanish so that you can ask directions, order a round of drinks, book a table at a restaurant or ask the price of something in Spanish, read on. Don’t f orget to read Part 1 here. If you would like to print this out and take with you on your travels, simply click on the “print PDF” button at the bottom of the post. AT THE HOTEL Show entries Search: Edit English Spanish Pronounciation I have a reservation Tengo una reserva tehn-goh ooh-nah reh-ser-bah Where is the swimming pool? Dónde está la piscina? dohn-deh eh-stah lah pee-seen-ah I have lost my key He perdido mi llave eh perh-dee-doh me yah-bay What time does the bar close? A qué hora el bar cerca? ah keh oh-rah el bah ser-cah Can I have a room with a view? Puedo tener una habitación con vistas? pweh-doh tehn-air ooh-nah hah-bee-tas-see- ohn con vee-stahs There are no towels in my room? No hay toallas en mi habitación? noh eye toe-ah-yas en me hah-bee-tas-see- ohn The television isn’t working La televisión no f unciona lah teh-leh-vi-seh-ohn noh f ung-see-oh-nah Showing 1 to 7 of 7 entries PreviousNext AT THE SHOPS
    • Show entries Search: Edit English Spanish Pronounciation Where is the supermarket? Dónde está el supermercado? dohn-deh eh-stah el soo-per-mer-cah- doh At what time does it open? Qué hora abre? keh oh-rah ah-breh How much is this? Cuánto cuesta? or Cuánto es? kwon-toh kweh-stah Do you sell ....? Vende usted...? ben-deh ooh-sted Do you sell sun cream? Vende usted crema solar? ben-deh ooh-sted creh-mah soh-lah Do you accept credit cards? Acepta tarjetas de crédito? ah-thep-tah tar-heh-tas deh kreh-dee-toh A beer please Una cerveza, por f avor ooh-nah ser-veh-za, por f ah-bor It's too expensive Es demasiado caro es de-mas-see-ah-doh cah-roh Showing 1 to 8 of 8 entries PreviousNext MEDICAL/EMERGENCIES Show entries Search: Edit English Spanish Pronounciation Can you call an ambulance? Se puede llamar a una ambulancia? seh pweh-deh yam-ah a ooh-nah am-boo- lan-thea Where can I f ind a doctor? Dónde puedo encontrar un medico? don-deh pweh-doh en-con-trah oon meh- dee-koh Where is the hospital? Dónde está el hospital? don-deh eh-stah el os-pee-tal Where is the closest pharmacy? Dónde está la f armacia mas proxima? don-deh eh-stah la f ar-ma-c-a mas prok- see-ma What’s wrong? Qué pasa? keh pah-sah I have a pain here Tengo un dolor aquí ten-goh oon do-lor Do you have anything f or... Tiene algo para... tee-eh-neh al-goh pah-rah I need insect repellent Necesito repelente de insectos neh-ce-see-toh re-peh-len-teh deh in- sec-tos Showing 1 to 8 of 8 entries PreviousNext GENERAL CONVERSATION
    • Show entries Search: Edit English Spanish Pronounciation Do you speak English? Habla usted inglés? or Hablas inglés? ah-blas in-gless My name is ... Me llamo es... meh yah-moh es What time is it? Qué hora es? keh oh-rah es I don't understand No entiendo noh en-tee-en-doh Can you repeat please? Repita, por f avor or Otra vez reh-pee-tah por f ah-bor I'm sorry, I don't know Lo siento, no sé loh see-en-toh noh seh Showing 1 to 6 of 6 entries PreviousNext Image credit: alexmillos / 123RF Stock Photo