How do you say thank you very much in Argentina?

How do Argentines say thank you?

A General Overview of Basic Words and Phrases en Español

Thank you. Gracias.
You’re welcome De nada.
Please Por favor
Yes
No No

What are some common phrases in Argentina?

Argentine Informal Greetings

“Hola, ¿cómo estás?” Hey, how are you?
“¿Qué hacés? / ¿Qué onda?” What are you doing?
“¡Buenas!” Hello! / Hi!
“¿Qué es de tu vida?” How it’s life going?
“¿Todo bien, boludo?” What’s up dude?

How do you say hello in Argentina language?

Hello: “Hola

How do you say sorry in Argentina?

The word “disculpá” means “I’m sorry” and we usually use it in these situations: before asking a question to someone, especially when you’re asking for a favor to a stranger, or to apologize for something (for example if you accidentally crash into a stranger, or if you’re a tango dancer, when you accidentally crash …

How do you say shut up in Argentina?

Cállate – Shut up / Shut it

‘Cállate’ is one of the imperative forms of the verb ‘callarse’ and it addresses one person (you).

How do you say you are beautiful in Argentina?

Anything can be re in Argentina: re caro(expensive), re lindo(beautiful), re barato(cheap)… Copado/a means cool or awesome. You can slide in a “qué copado” in any instance to sound more local.

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Why do Argentines kiss?

As testimony to their strong European roots, Argentinians absolutely love to kiss each other upon greeting and saying goodbye. Regardless of gender, social standing or age, kissing is almost always guaranteed in every situation. However, germaphobes needn’t worry because there is usually no actual lip contact.