Spanish for Nice to meet you

How to say Nice to meet you in Spanish, what’s spanish for nice to meet you. Spanish common conversation words and phrases

Nice to meet you is a common phrase used as a polite and friendly greeting when you meet someone for the first time. So how do you say “Nice to meet you” in Spanish? Just keep reading to find out!

Say Nice to meet you in Spanish

Nice to meet you / Pleased to meet you = Encantado / Encantado de conocerle

Mucho gusto is another standard way to say Nice to meet you in Spanish to english. It is often said while shaking hands and used as an alternative  to say “Encantado” if the other person says it first.

Nice to meet you in spanish


My name is Laura. Nice to meet you – Me llamo Laura. Encantada de conocerte.

Hi, my name is Patricia – Nice to meet you, Patricia. I am Saul.

Hola , me llamo Patricia. -Mucho gusto Patricia, yo soy Saúl.


Spanish for Welcome

Spanish for welcome. Find out how to say welcome in Spanish as a greeting, a noun, an adjective or a verb? Improve your Spanish vocabulary and glossary

There are different ways to say Welcome in Spanish. It depends on the context that you are using this word. It can be used as a greeting, a noun, an adjective, or transitive verb. Here we will show you Spanish for welcome.

Spanish for welcome

1. If you use Welcome as a greeting

Welcome = Bienvenido (bee-en-veh-nee-doh)

Use this as a greeting. You might say it when someone arrives at your home or your shop.
Note: Bienvenida is the feminine form of “welcome”. Pronounce it as bee-en-veh-nee-dah

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spanish for welcome

Spanish for welcome

2. If you use Welcome as a noun in Spanish

Welcome = bienvenida (bee-en-veh-nee-dah) / recibimiento (reh-see-bee-mee-en-toh) / acogida (ah-koh-hee-dah)

For example:

The woman is offering a warm welcome to her long-lost brother

In this sentence, welcome is used as a noun

3. If you use Welcome as a transitive verb

For example: The man is happy to welcome you to his home

To welcome = dar la bienvenida a (dahr lah bee-en-veh-nee-dah ah)

4. If you use welcome as an adjective

For example: The new flowers will offer a welcome change to my yard

Welcome = bienvenido (bee-en-veh-nee-doh)

You may want to know: How to say you’re welcome in Spanish

How to write and say Thank you in Spanish

“Thank you” is probably one of the most important words that we need to know when learning a language. Now let’s find out how to say Thank you in Spanish, how to express your gratitude or your thanks in Spanish. What are Spanish words for saying thank you? And learn spanish to english language!

How to say thank you in Spanish

Gracias = Thank you

Gracias is the word for “thank you” in Spanish language. This word can be used in almost any context to express gratitude. It literally means “lots of graces” in English.

It can be pronounced as grass-ee-ass in Latin America and grath-ee-ass in Spain

Muchas gracias / Muchísimas Gracias  = Thanks a lot

How to write a formal Thank you in Spanish

Estoy agradecido = I am grateful ( if you are male)

Estoy agradecida = I am grateful (if you are female)

Con gracias anticipadas = Thank you in advance

Gracias señor = Thank you sir

Gracias señora = Thank you madam

Con gracias repetidas = Thank you again

Agradecimiento = Thank-you (noun)

Thank you in Spanish

How to say Thank you in Spanish

Some examples of saying thank you in Spanish

I appreciate the gift – Te agradezco el regalo

I feel grateful for the gift – Me siento agradecido

I am grateful for the gift – Estoy agradecido por el regalo / Estoy agradecida por el regalo

She told me that she was grateful to me for the weekend – Me dijo que me agradecía mucho por el fin de semana

Thanks for your understanding – Gracias por tu comprensión

Thank you, my friend, for everything you give me – Gracias, mi amigo, por todo lo que me das

A million thanks to our sponsors – ¡Un millón de gracias a nuestros patrocinadores!

Thank you very much for your application – Muchas gracias por su solicitud

I offer you my sincere thanks – Te ofrezco mis gracias sinceras

Hope that the above expressions may help you know how to show your gratitude in Spanish.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Spanish

Translate Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from English into Spanish. How to say merry christmas and happy new year in Spanish?

How to say “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year” in Spanish? How to pronounce “Merry Christmas” in Spanish? What are common Spanish expressions, words, and phrases used in this holiday? Keep reading to find out the answer for all of the questions above!

How to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Spanish?

1. Merry Christmas = Feliz Navidad

This is the most common phrase used in Christmas holiday. It is the literal translation of “Merry Christmas” in English. It can be pronounced: /Feh-lees Nah-vee-dahd/ or /Feh-leeth Nah-vee-dahd/

Merry Christmas and Happy new year in Spanish

Feliz navidad


Write ““Feliz navidad” with a lowercase of “n” in “navidad” to wish someone a Merry Christmas.
Write “Feliz Navidad” with an uppercase of “N” in “Navidad” to wish someone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. This refers to the season between December 24 and January 6.

2. Happy New Year = ¡Feliz Año Nuevo! / ¡Próspero Año Nuevo!

3. Other Spanish phrases, expressions, and wishes in Christmas holiday

With all my love, I wish you a Happy Christmas – Con mucho cariño, te deseo una Feliz Navidad

My best wishes for Christmas and the New Year – Mis mejores deseos para Navidad y Año Nuevo

I wish you lots of joy and happiness this holiday season – Te deseo mucha alegría y felicidad estas fiestas

I hope your dreams come true – Que se cumplan tus deseos/sueños

Lots of love to you and your family this Christmas – Mucho cariño para ti y tu familia esta Navidad

I hope you spend time with your family – Que lo pasen en familia.

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Personality adjectives – Spanish to English

A list of basic adjectives and words that you need to know about people personality and character. How to describe someone’s personality in Spanish and English

Personality is defined as a set of individual and personal differences affected by the development of an individual, from values, attitudes, relationships, habits, memories, etc.  There are thousands of words that we can use to talk about character or personality. Here we will give you a list of the most basic and common adjectives used to describe a person’s personality in both Spanish and English as well as how to make sentences using these words. Let’s find out!

Basic personality adjectives in Spanish and English

ambitious – ambicioso
annoying – pesado
bad-tempered – malhumorado
big-headed – creído
brave – valiente
careless –  descuidado
cautious  – cauteloso
conservative – conservador
smart – inteligente
crazy – nuts loco
cruel – cruel
charming – encantador
cheerful – alegre
dull, boring soso, aburrido
friendly – amigable, simpático, agradable
generous – generoso
hard-working – trabajador
honest – honesto
kind – amable
lazy – perezoso
stubborn – terco
loyal – fiel
mean – tacaño
modest – modesto
open-minded: imparcial
pesimistic – pesimista
realistic – realista
polite – cortés
selfish – egoísta
shy – introverted tímido, vergonzoso – introvertido
strict -estricto, severo, riguroso
stubborn- terco
trustworthy – digno de confianza

Personality in Spanish and English
Personality words in Spanish and English

How to describe a person’s personality

In English, to describe a person’s personality, you can say: I am/ He is/She is_____.

In Spanish, you say, Yo soy ______ or El/Ella es ______.

For example,

Yo soy bien educado – I’m well-educated.
Ella es linda – She is sweet.

Now it’s time to describe yourself or another person using personality words above and use them regularly in your daily conversation. Remember that you can’t judge a book by its cover. So you should watch carefully before giving and conclusion about a person’s personality. Take care when using negative adjectives when describe a person. It is much safer when you use neutral adjectives to talk about someone’s personality in case you can’t think of anything positive to say about them. Follow our site for more Spanish and English vocabulary list.