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Introduce yourself in Spanish: Infographic for Beginners

Welcome to our blog! Today we are excited to present an infographic designed to help you master the art of introduce yourself in Spanish.

Knowing how to express yourself correctly in an initial conversation is essential, and this infographic will provide you with the basic vocabulary needed to do so with confidence and fluency.

We hope it is useful to you on your journey to improve your Spanish communication skills.

Infographic about how to introduce yourself in Spanish. Infographic for berginners.

To know how to introduce oneself, it’s useful to be familiar with some examples of greetings and farewells in Spanish. That’s why, below, we provide several examples for you.

Common greetings in Spanish for introduce yourself:

  1. ¡Hola! – Hello!
  2. Buenos días – Good morning.
  3. Buenas tardes – Good afternoon.
  4. Buenas noches – Good evening/night.
  5. ¿Cómo estás? – How are you?
  6. ¿Qué tal? – What’s up? / How’s it going?
  7. ¿Cómo te va? – How’s it going?
  8. ¿Qué haces? – What are you doing?
  9. ¿Qué pasa? (informal) – What’s up?
  10. ¡Hola!, ¿cómo estás? – Hi, how are you?
  11. Hola, encantado/a de conocerte. – Hi, nice to meet you.

Common Spanish goodbyes:

  1. Adiós – Goodbye.
  2. Hasta luego – See you later.
  3. Hasta pronto – See you soon.
  4. Nos vemos – See you.
  5. Chao (informal) – Bye.
  6. Hasta la próxima – Until next time.
  7. Que tengas un buen día – Have a nice day.
  8. Buenas noches – Good night.
  9. Hasta mañana – See you tomorrow.
  10. Cuídate – Take care.
  11. Que descanses – Rest well.

Indicate your name in Spanish:

To say your name when introducing yourself, we can use various forms:

  1. Me llamo XXX – My name is XXX. For example: Me llamo María.
  2. Soy XXX – I am XXX. For example: Soy María.

Expressing that you are pleased to meet the person when introducing yourself in Spanish:

It’s always polite to let the other person know that you are pleased to meet them. Here are different expressions to convey that:

  1. Encantado/a de conocerte (“encantado” If you are a boy and “encantada” if you are a girl. We can omit ‘de conocerte’.
  2. Mucho gusto.
  3. Es un placer conocerte (formal).
  4. Es un honor conocerte (very formal).

To introduce oneself or start a conversation in Spanish, it’s also useful to know expressions for welcoming someone.

Welcoming someone:

  1. ¡Bienvenido/a! – Welcome!
  2. ¡Te damos la bienvenida! – We welcome you!
  3. ¡Te recibimos con los brazos abiertos! – We welcome you with open arms!
  4. ¡Sé bienvenido/a! – Be welcome!

We hope this post about introduce yourself in Spanish is useful to you on your journey to improve your communication skills in Spanish.

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