What are some greetings in Argentina?
Typical phrases that accompany greetings include “Buenos días” (“Good morning”), “Buenas tardes” (Good afternoon”) and “Buenas noches” (“Good evening”). People often exchange these greetings when passing one another on the street in smaller towns or among neighbours.
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 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 hello in Argentina?
What does Chabon mean in Argentina?
Chabon – Young man. Pibe/a – Guy/girl. Nene/a – Guy/girl.
What does Forro mean in Argentina?
In case you were worried that all Argentine slang had been watered-down, then you can use “forro” to describe someone who is extremely annoying, an idiot or a prick.
How do you say please in Argentina?
For example, they often don’t pronounce the final ‘s’ in words. Argentinians often swallow this last letter. It may sound wierd at first, but you’ll find yourself doing so too! ‘R’ or double ‘R’ s are pronounced differently depending on the region.
Time to eat!
|The bill, please||La cuenta por favor|
How do you say congratulations in Argentina?
¡Felicitaciones! – Congratulations! ¡Felicidades! – I wish you happiness!