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Below you will find useful Spanish phrases with audio mp3 files to help you communicate with Spanish speaking students. In addition, the Vocabulary, Dialogues and Related Topics to the left provide Spanish vocabulary flashcards, Spanish dialogues, and quizzes to help you learn the Spanish words and phrases you will need.

Spanish for the Classroom

Silence, please.
Silencio, por favor.

Good morning.
Buenos días.

My name is Mrs. Smith.
Me llamo Señora Smith.

Sit down.
Siéntate.

Classes begin at 7:30 a.m
Las clases empiezan a las siete y media de la mañana.

You need to arrive on time.
Necesitas llegar a tiempo.

Raise your hand.
Levanta la mano.

Stand up.
Levántate.

Come here.
Ven aquí.

Get out a piece of paper.
Saca una hoja de papel.

Do you need a pencil?
¿Necesitas un lápiz?

You have to learn the words.
Tú tienes que aprender las palabras.

Show me your work.
Enséñame tu trabajo.

Good work.
Buen trabajo.

You have to go to the library.
Tú tienes que ir a la biblioteca.

We need to read the book.
Nosotros necesitamos leer el libro.

Spanish for Classroom Emergencies

Please don’t move.
Porfavor no se mueva.

Are you hurt? (male)
¿Está herido?

Are you hurt? (female)
¿Está herida?

I need to see if you are hurt. (male)
Necesito ver si está herido.

I need to see if you are hurt. (female)
Necesito ver si está herida.

Where does it hurt?
¿En dónde le duele?

Can you hear me?
¿Puede oirme?

Can you talk?
¿Puede hablar?

Can you breathe?
¿Puede respirar?

Breathe deep.
Respire profundo.

Did you lose consciousness?
¿Perdió el conocimiento?


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Popular Phrase: spanish for cold | Conjugated Verb: acallar - to silence, to quiet [ click for full conjugation ]