¡Buenos días! Welcome to episode 1.4 of the Live Lingua Spanish Spanish Podcast. In this episode, we're going to learn how to say Good Morning (hint: we just did!), Good Afternoon, and Good Evening in Spanish. In order to say "Good Morning," you'd say: Buenos Dias
In order to say "Good Afternoon," you'd say: "Buenas Tardes"
In order to say "Good Evening," you'd say: "Buenas Noches"
The one thing to pay attention to is the ending on the "Buenos," the "good" part. In the morning, it ends with an "-os," as the term is masculine.
In the afternoon and evening, it ends in "-as", as the term is feminine.
This is one of the most common errors I see people trying to learn Spanish make when they are trying to greet people in Mexico.
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