English to Spanish: Learn Common Words and Phrases in Spanish
If you've been looking for a place to learn some common words and phrases in English, then you've come to the right place. This page contains plenty of common phrases translated from English to Spanish.
Some of the translations you'll find on this page include the English to Spanish translations for Yes and No, plus Please, Thank you, and You're Welcome. You'll also learn how to say other common phrases like, Do you speak English? and Please speak slowly which may come in handy during your next Spanish-language class or excursion.
Beyond the list of key words and phrases, you'll find several resources from Amazon you can purchase to continue your study into the Spanish language, plus a Spanish-themed poll and comment section. There's also a series of Spanish-related articles you can read, plus a list of requests our visitors are hoping to have translated from English to Spanish.
Just below the list of requested translations you'll find our submission area where, if you happen to know any of the preceding translations, you can submit them to the site. The translations will then be added to the site during a future update for other people to learn from. Next to the submit form is a link to our Twitter accounts, where you can follow to receive information about our next site updates.
English to Spanish Key Words:
Whether you are learning about Spanish key words and phrases in South America, taking an online Spanish class, or plan to enrol yourself in one of the many Spanish language immersion schools, our English to Spanish dictionary is always being updated with new key Spanish words which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak Spanish.
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)
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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Requested Spanish Translations
Do you know how to speak Spanish? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of key words and phrases in English that people are looking to be translated into Spanish.
How was your day?
I don't know what you said
I hope you feel better
I hope you have a good day
The Fine Print
The English to Spanish Dictionary featured at the Chromlea Language Tutor may contain some errors in the Spanish language. It is to be seen with a grain of salt, as all the content is from actual user submissions and not checked for grammatical / spelling accuracy (though we do correct our content as we are informed of errors). We wish you the best with your learning Spanish and hope you can find this site helpful in your Spanish language study.