Vocabulario: Basic Conversation Click on the speaker in the lower right corner to hear the pronunciation of these words, then repeat aloud for practice. Buenos días—good morning Buenas tardes—good afternoon Buenas noches—good night ¿Cómo se llama usted?—What do you (formal) call yourself? Me llamo____—I call myself _____ Encantado—Delighted Mucho gusto—It’s a pleasure Diálogo Uno Click the speaker in the lower right corner to hear the dialogue aloud! A: Buenos días, señorita. B: Hola, señor. A: ¿Cómo se llama usted? B: Me llamo Rita. ¿Y usted? A: Me llamo Jorge. Encantado a conocerle. B. Mucho gusto. Click on the speaker in the lower right corner to hear the dialogue again. 1. Cierto / Falso The dialogue took place in the morning. 2. Cierto / Falso One person in the dialogue was an unmarried woman. 3. Cierto / Falso Both people in the dialogue were women. 4. Cierto / Falso The two people were delighted to meet each other. 5. Cierto / Falso The dialogue took place in the evening. Answers: 1. Cierto: “Buenos días” means “Good morning” 2. Cierto: “señorita” is an unmarried woman 3. Falso: “señor” is a man 4. Cierto: “Encantado” means “delighted” and “Mucho gusto” means “It’s a pleasure.” 5. Falso: “Buenos noches” means “good evening” but it does not appear in the dialogue.