(Words in bold
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Yes - Si
No - No
Please - Por favor
Thank you - Gracias
Thank you very much - Muchas gracias
You're welcome - De nada
I'm sorry - Lo siento
Please speak slowly - Habla despacio por favor
More slowly - Más despacio
I don't understand you - No te entiendo
I don't speak Spanish - No hablo español
I speak a little bit of Spanish - Hablo un poquito de español
I speak Spanish - Yo hablo español
I know how to speak Spanish - Yo se hablar español
Do you speak English? - Hablas ingles?
What is your name? - Como te llamas?
My name is (name) - Me llamo (name)
I am (name) - Yo soy (name)
Pardon me - Perdoneme
Can you help me? - Me ayudas?
Can you help me please? - Puedes ayudarme por favor?
How are you? - Como estas?
I'm fine - Estoy bien
Be careful - Ten cuidado
Oh no! - Ay bendito!
It cannot be! - No puede ser!
This is not good! - No es bueno!
Where is... - Donde es...
Where is the bathroom? - Donde esta el baño?
What time is it? - Que hora es?
What time is it? - Que hora tienes?
How old are you? - Que edad tienes?
What is your phone number? - Cual es tu numero de telefono?
My number is (number) - Mi numero es (number)
Call me - Llámame
Do you have a girlfriend/boyfriend? - Tiene novia/novio?
I'm married - Soy casado
I come from (place) - Soy de (place)
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