Señor Jordan

01-002 – Basic Conversation (part 2)

In this video, I’ll be covering a few more basic greetings.

Hope it is helpful!


¿Qué tal? – What’s up?
¿Qué pasa? – What’s up? What’s happening?

Buenos días – Good morning.
Buenas tardes – Good afternoon. Good evening.
Buenas noches – Good evening. Good night.

16 Responses

  1. Buenas dias!
    Como estas?
    Gracias Mr. Jordan, I like your short but at the same time informative lessons.

  2. Hola Sr. Jordan! Gracias for your videos. I’m living part time in Mexico, and need all the help I can get!

    But I have a question…what does your pollo (not polo) shirt say??

    Inquiring minds want to know. ;0)

    Hasta Luego!

  3. Tina,
    ¡Gracias por visitar mi sitio web y por dejar un comentario! The shirt says “Winner Winner! Chicken Dinner!”
    I am a fan of Strongbad. As far as the mask though, it is one of two I bartered for in el mercado in Guadalajara, México.
    Good luck in your studies!
    -Sr. Jordan

  4. Hola Sr.Jordan. Me llamo Sylvia. My Spanish teacher ordered me to visit your site and I just
    saw your video. I think your teaching skills will help to improve my Spanish grammar,
    conversation and vocabulrary. THANK YOU~~!

  5. Hola ! senor Jordan,
    Me llamo Sr. Swarup, y soy de New Delhi, India.
    I,m getting confussion related to “Good evening”. Kindly please clarify me.
    is it right that good morning is till 12 noon?
    please, reply.

  6. No sabes como me has ayudado mis alumnos se rien mucho con tus videos……Gracias eres muy bueno

  7. AAAAAGH! I’m meeting a Mexican girl this Friday who wants to learn English better and I’m sure I’m going to say “Good nochos” to her. D:
    Good video! 🙂

  8. Gracias por todas sus videos, tienes dar mi un fundacion bien. Please correct if needed, and how do you say have a good day? (Que tenga un bien dia… then why ¨que¨ in the beginning?)

    Muchas gracias

    y hasta luego

  9. Sr. Jordan — Just got back from Costa Rica and, unless I’m hearing things, it sounds like a lot of people are saying “buenos noche” or even “bueno noche” — in other words skipping the last “s” on one or both words. Is this slang, some other variant of the greeting, or am I hearing everyone wrong? Thanks.

  10. Hola Sr. Jordan!

    I’m in seventh grade and I am studying for my big mid term test. I really like your videos and your website. They are very informative and simple to understand 🙂 Gracias!

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