A couple of weeks ago, we shared some basic Spanish phrases for traveling, specifically for commuting.
Today, it’s part two of our basic Spanish lessons series and it’s time for phrases and sentences on two of the most important aspects of any trip—dining and shopping.
Whether it’s for getting good shopping deals, exploring the local cultural gems or avoiding shady people, packing some Spanish lessons is always a great accessory in any trip.
1. I am hungry/thirsty.
2. Is there a café near here?
¿Hay un café/una cafetería cerca de aquí?
3. Do you have any tables available for this evening?
¿Tienen alguna mesa para esta noche?
4. Do you have anything to drink?
¿Tiene algo para beber?
5. Where can you go for cheap food?
¿Dónde se puede comer barato?
6. How much does it cost? How much do they cost?
¿Cuánto cuesta? ¿Cuánto cuestan?
7. Do you accept credit cards?
¿Se aceptan tarjetas de crédito?
8. Can I try it on?
¿Me lo puedo probar?
9. Do you have something cheaper?
¿Tiene algo más barato?
10. Where can I buy…?
¿Dónde puedo comprar …?
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