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The official language in the United States is the English . If you are going to visit New York and not talk you know, there are some little words be useful to you when you go out to eat, to buy, at the hotel …

Expressions in English

Hello Hello

Yes, please: Yes, please
Goodbye Bye, Good bye No Thanks: No, thank you
Until then: See you later What: What
Thank you (thank you very much): Thank you (- very much) Who: Who
Please Please Where: Where
You’re welcome: Your welcome When: When
Sorry: I’m sorry Why: Why
Sorry: Excuse me How to: How

Phrases

I speak a little English: I speak a little Inglés.

do not speak English: I do not speak Inglés.

Do you speak Spanish: Do you speak spanish?

What do you mean …? What does … mean?

How do you say … in English: How do you say … in Inglés?

Please repeat: Please Repeat.

Slow More slowly.

I do not understand: I do not understand.

do not know: I do not know.

much is …: How much is …?

Could you tell me where it is …: Could you tell me where is …?

many …: How many …?

Have …: Do you have …?

Como puedo llegar a…?: How can I get to…?

days of the week

Monday: Monday

Tuesday: Tuesday

Wednesday: Wednesday

Thursday: Thursday

Friday: Friday

Saturday: Saturday

Sunday: Sunday

Notes

Return: single Ticket purchased in advance: parchase advance
Return: return Bonus round: season ticket

The hotel

I booked a room: I have booked a room.

What is the daily (weekly): What’s the daily (weekly) rate?

What time do I have to check out: What time do I have to check out?

I would like a single room (double) I would like a single (double) room.

My room key by Favour: Please My room key.

breakfast / lunch / dinner is served, what time: At what time is breakfast / lunch / dinner served?

Serve me breakfast in my room please: Serve my breakfast in my room, Please.

The Restaurant

Water: water Fish: fish
Wine: wine Tenerdor: fork
Beer: beer Knife: knife
Pan bread Spoon: spoon
Starters: starters Glass: glass
Meat: meat The account: The bill

I would like to make a reservation for tonight: I would like to make a reservation for This evening.

I would like a table near the window: I would like a table near the window.

Could you bring me the menu (the wine list) please: Could you bring me the menu (wine list) please?

Where are the bathrooms: Where are the rest rooms?

Sorry. I have no spoon (knife, fork): Excuse me, I have no spoon (knife, fork).

Thanks. Beware the change: Thank you. Keep the change.