When you’re just beginning your journey as a Spanish learner, it can be hard to know where to start. But since most conversations begin with “hello,” it’ll always be a good use of your time to master the fine art of learning how to introduce yourself in Spanish.
It’s one thing to know the vocabulary, however, and quite another to understand how to put it into practice.
If you’re looking for a quick guide to basic terms and phrases you’ll need to greet someone, start here.
If you’re ready to get a feel for how these greetings and introductions would sound in a natural exchange between two native speakers, these sample dialogues will provide you with a template for navigating these conversations until you’re feeling confident enough to improvise on your own.
By the end of this article, you should know how to introduce yourself in Spanish in both formal and casual situations, ask where someone is from, ask who someone is and express your pleasure in having met someone.
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