Good Morning in Spanish
The word for Good Morning in Spanish is Buenos días; however there are some other helpful expressions you can use to go along with it. Find out words for the different ways to say Good Morning in Spanish with this free lesson. Saying Good morning to Spanish people can make a huge difference to how you are perceived, especially by elderly people. Addressing someone or a group of people by saying 'good morning' when you enter a shop or any other public place, is always considered a sign of good manners and education. Please keep in mind that this phrase varies according to the time of the day! You can test your pronunciation with our free voice recognition software! Just listen to the audio and follow the pronunciation of the good morning expressions in Spanish.
How to say Good Morning in Spanish
The Spanish word that is used to say Good Morning is 'Buenos días'. But being among friends, you can address them by by simply saying 'Hi!' Note that you can use the expression 'Buenos días' when you enter a place and also when you leave, as a way to express the person or group of people have a good day. Now let's practice some of these phrases:
If you are being introduced to someone, it is common in Latin America to kiss the person on the cheek, which can be surprising to some foreigners! Most countries in Latin America consider a kiss on the cheek acceptable between a woman and a man, between two women, mother-children (regardless of their age), and less often between two men (it is a common practice in Argentina and Uruguay). It is also important to note that in Spain is common to give a kiss on each cheek! Along with the kiss there is usually also a handshake involved. For more formal events, a handshake will do.
When you are greeting someone in the morning, you can also ask some friendly questions like:
That’s it for today’s lesson. I hope you enjoyed it, that you learned new expressions, bettered your pronunciation, and that you're now ready to greet Spanish speakers in the morning! ¡Hasta pronto! Mauricio Evlampieff Rocket Spanish