Learn how to say Sorry and other common phrases in Argentina.
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Top Local Phrases in Argentina
In Argentina the official is language known here as castellano, the accent and some of the vocabularies different than in others parts of Latin America. Here are 10 quick and easy phrases you need to know in Buenos Aires.
Number 10, the basics, the word for yes is ‘si’, ‘si’. The word for no is ‘no’, ‘no’.
Number nine, when looking for help you need to say ‘puede ayudarme’, ‘puede ayudarme’.
Number eight, bathroom ‘bano’, ‘bano’.
Number seven, to ask somebody if they speak English say ‘habla Ingles’, ‘habla Ingles’ which means do you speak English.
Number six, for addressing someone you would say ‘senor’, ‘senor’ which means mister or ‘senorita’, ‘senorita’ which means miss.
Number five, when asking the price of something say ‘cuanto cuesta’, ‘cuanto cuesta’ which means how much does this cost?
Number four, are the greetings for good afternoon its ‘buenas tardes’, ‘buenas tardes’ and for good night ‘buenas noches’, ‘buenas noches’.
Number three, to say please say ‘por favor’, ‘por favor’ and to say I'm sorry say ‘lo siento’, ‘lo siento”.
Number two, two say thank you say ‘gracias’, ‘gracias’, to say you're welcome say ‘de nada’, ‘de nada’.
Number one, to greet someone say ‘hola’, ‘hola’. I'm Andy Wanderer showing you Buenos Aires.