Talking about Yourself in Spanish   By Ron Slone

Spanish Grammar Meeting People Speaking about Yourself
Overview

When you introduce yourself to a new acquaintance or in front of a new group of classmates, co-workers, etc. It might be good to take into account name, age, family, job, origin, hobbies, etc. Let's review the example sentences below:

Me llamo María.
     My name is María.

Tengo veintisiete años.
     I'm 27 years old.

Yo tengo tres hijos.
     I have 3 kids.

Trabajo en la construcción.
     I work in construction.

Soy ama de casa.
     I'm a housewife.

Soy de Puerto Rico.
     I'm from Puerto Rico.

A mí me gusta la música.
     I like music.

A mí me gustan los deportes.
     I like sports.

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