Greetings & Introductions Titles Greetings Introductions

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Greetings & Introductions Titles Greetings Introductions Slide 2 You should always use one of these terms to address your teachers. Slide 3 Means Sir when used alone. Ex- Lo siento, Seor (Im sorry, Sir) Means Mister (Mr.) when used with someones last name. Ex- Hola, Seor Silva (Hello Mr. Silva) It is abbreviated as Sr. (just like Mister becomes Mr.) When speaking about someone, you should refer to them as el Seor. When you are speaking to them, you just refer to them as Seor. Slide 4 Refers to a married lady (some countries use this term for women they do not know that appear to be of marriage age) Means Madam or Maam when used alone. Ex- Lo siento, Seora (Im sorry, Maam) Means Mrs. when used with someones last name. Ex- Hola, Seora Santos (Hello Mrs. Santos) It is abbreviated as Sra. When speaking about someone, you should refer to them as la Seora. When you are speaking to them, you just refer to them as Seora. Slide 5 Refers to a single or young lady (other countries use this term for women they do not know) Means Miss when used alone. Ex- Gracias, Seorita (Thank you, Miss) Means Miss. when used with someones last name. Ex- Adios, Seorita Guerra (Goodbye, Miss Guerra) It is abbreviated as Srta. When speaking about someone, you should refer to them as la Seorita. When you are speaking to them, you just refer to them as Seorita. Slide 6 When greeting someone Hola! Buenos das Buenas tardes Buenas noches Buenos and Buenas both mean good. They change from Buenos to Buenas depending on which word follows them Slide 7 When saying goodbye Adios! Hasta luego Hasta maana Nos vemos

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