Learn Basic Spanish Conversation Questions

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Learn Basic Spanish Conversation Questions for Beginners

Are you interested in learning Spanish but don’t know where to start? Conversations with native speakers are a great way to practice your skills and improve your proficiency. In this article, we’ll eavesdrop on a conversation between Lizbeth from Mérida, México, and Melany from Mar de Plata, Argentina, and learn some basic Spanish conversation questions for beginners.

Introducing Yourself

To start a conversation, it’s important to introduce yourself. Here are some questions you can ask:

  • What’s your name? (¿Cómo te llamas?)
  • Where do you live? (¿Dónde vives?)
  • Where are you from? (¿De dónde eres?)
  • When is your birthday? (¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?)
  • Where were you born? (¿Dónde naciste?)

Learning About Family

Another great way to get to know someone is to ask about their family. Here are some questions you can use:

  • Tell us about your family. (Cuéntanos sobre tu familia.)
  • Do you have brothers? How many? What are their names? (¿Tienes hermanos? ¿Cuántos? ¿Cómo se llaman?)
  • Describe your personality and physical appearance. What are you like? (Describe tu personalidad y apariencia física. ¿Cómo eres?)

Talking About Classes and Hobbies

If you’re talking to someone who is a student, it’s likely they’ll have classes. Here are some questions you can use to learn more about their studies:

  • What classes do you have? How many? When? (¿Qué clases tienes? ¿Cuántas? ¿Cuándo?)
  • What did you do last summer? (¿Qué hiciste el verano pasado?)

Hobbies and interests are also great topics to discuss. Here are some questions you can use:

  • Do you play sports? (¿Practicas deportes?)
  • What is your favorite movie? (¿Cuál es tu película favorita?)
  • What is your favorite food? (¿Cuál es tu comida favorita?)
  • What are your favorite hobbies? (¿Cuáles son tus hobbies favoritos?)
  • What do you do on weekends? (¿Qué haces los fines de semana?)

Learning About Culture

If you want to learn more about a person’s culture, here are some questions you can ask:

  • Where do you like to go shopping? (¿Dónde te gusta ir de compras?)
  • Describe the typical foods of your country. (Describe la comida típica de tu país.)
  • What is your favorite TV show? (¿Cuál es tu programa de televisión favorito?)
  • Shopping: describe how it is done in your community. (Compras: describe cómo se hacen en tu comunidad.)
  • Sports: describe some popular sports in your country. Which ones do you like? (Deportes: describe algunos deportes populares en tu país. ¿Cuáles te gustan?)

Describing Your Routine

If you want to practice your Spanish skills, describing your daily routine is a great way to start. Here are some questions you can ask:

  • Describe your daily routine. (Describe tu rutina diaria.)
  • What is your house like? (¿Cómo es tu casa?)
  • Describe your city. (Describe tu ciudad.)
  • What do you do during the holidays? (¿Qué haces durante las vacaciones?)

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Learning Spanish with Melany

Melany from Mar de Plata, Argentina, is a great resource for learners of Spanish. She shares a lot of fantastic content for learners of all levels on her Instagram Reels. You can follow her at https://www.instagram.com/melany_spanish/

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