How To Say Hello In Spanish And Respond (Formal + Informal) (2023)

Hola only scratches the surface when it comes to the number of Spanish greetings out there.

Although hola might be the most common introductory expression that you learn in Spanish courses as a beginner, there are so many more ways to greet someone.

When you’re introducing yourself in Spanish - as in any language - you’ll want to ensure you make the best first impression. That’s exactly why having a range of greetings ready to use when speaking with a range of native Spanish speakers is important.

You’ll need them if you’re speaking with friends, colleagues, your bosses, your in-laws… even a stranger who you’re meeting for the very first time.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at a selection of typical contexts in which you’re likely to use Spanish greetings, before exploring 16 alternatives to hola.

How to spell hi in Spanish

Hola means hi in Spanish, and it’s spelled H-O-L-A.

The H is silent, however. So the actual pronunciation is O-L-A.

Formal vs informal — a quick guide

If you’re greeting someone in Spanish, context counts! It’s an extra thing you’ll need to bear in mind as it’s quite important.

There is a range of contexts you’ll need to be aware of before you greet someone. This is because you should always try to use the appropriate greeting for the right situation.

Part of this includes using usted when addressing someone you don’t know, as opposed to tu, which is used for casual contexts.

But, let’s return to the different contexts you’ll find yourself in when saying hi in Spanish. The three main situations are formal, informal and casual.

To shed some more light on this, we’ve gone into a bit more detail on these common contexts.

Formal contexts

Formal contexts are when you greet someone you’ve never met before.

In this situation, you should remember to be respectful when introducing yourself for the first time.

There are particular greetings appropriate for this context, which we have covered further down.

Informal contexts

Informal contexts are when you meet with your colleagues or distant friends.

You’ll also find that if you’re meeting new friends, it’s important to use a slightly informal register.

One example of this might be if you are greeting acquaintances of your friends.

Casual/slang contexts

Casual contexts, including social environments, call for a very informal greeting or tone of voice and greeting.

In these cases, you might even hear a few slang or colloquial phrases used.

Some people who fit into the casual context might be your immediate family and your close friends, so certain informal greetings are more appropriate in this situation.

16 Spanish greetings to use in different contexts

Now that you know how important the context is when using Spanish greetings, here is our selection of greeting options that you’ll typically use in different contexts.

If you are a complete newcomer to the Spanish language, don’t worry — we have included hola in the list to help you know how it’s pronounced and which contexts to use it in.

1. Hola

Meaning: hello

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As we’ve mentioned, hola is the standard greeting recognised in Spain and Latin America as a common introductory word.

It’s extremely common to hear this polite greeting used in a range of contexts, as you can use it in both formal and informal situations.

Hola translates to ‘hello’ in English.

If you’re in the supermarket, at the post office, in a restaurant or greeting your colleagues, to greet them you’ll typically use the word hola.

Even in cases where you see your neighbour when leaving or entering your apartment, to be courteous you should use hola to greet them — just as you would say ‘hello’ in English.

To say it correctly, remember that the h in hola isn’t pronounced. It sounds like ’ola’, which is actually a word that you’ll hear on Spanish paseo marítimos everywhere — meaning ‘wave’.

2. ¿Qué tal?

Meaning: how are things?

The Spanish greeting ¿qué tal? is considered a common casual greeting.

You’ll hear it regularly in Spain and it’s considered an informal way of greeting people. The only contexts in which we wouldn’t recommend using ¿qué tal? is in the middle of a business meeting, or with completely random strangers.

It would sound quite strange if you were to greet your business colleagues or someone you don’t know with this phrase.

Instead, consider using the phrase ¿cómo está? which is next on our list of greetings.

3. ¿Cómo está?

Meaning: how are you?

If you want to ask how someone is, or what’s new with them, in a formal context you would typically use the phrase ¿cómo está?

It translates to ’how are you?’ in English. Note that this phrase uses the third person singular, or usted, meaning that when you use it, you’re addressing someone formally.

Some contexts in which you’re likely to hear ¿cómo está? are with business colleagues or when you are speaking with a stranger.

Bear in mind that this Spanish greeting is typically used in Latin America and heard less in Spain.

4. ¿Cómo estás?

Meaning: how are you?

What about if you’re in an slightly informal situation, such as greeting an acquaintance who you haven’t seen for a while?

In this case, you would use the phrase ¿cómo estás? Notice that the verb estás uses the second person singular form or , and that there’s a significant difference between ¿cómo está? and ¿cómo estás?

Whereas ¿cómo está? is used in formal contexts, you would typically use ¿cómo estás? in slightly informal contexts.

Keep this subtle but significant difference in mind to avoid receiving funny looks from native speakers!

5. Buenos días

Meaning: good morning

If it’s before midday and you’ve got to greet someone, buenos días is the phrase you’ll need.

This phrase literally translates to ‘good day’ in English or ‘good morning’. The phrase buenos días is used in slightly formal or neutral contexts.

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And remember, when you use this Spanish greeting, it’s only good for the morning. It would be strange to say buenos días in the afternoon, particularly when what you really should say is ‘good afternoon’.

This brings us to our next Spanish greeting…

6. Buenas tardes

Meaning: good afternoon

…We use the Spanish greeting buenas tardes strictly in the afternoon.

Just like the phrase buenos días, buenas tardes is used in slightly formal or neutral contexts. If you’re studying Spanish at an introductory or beginner level, take note of the difference in gender between buenos días and buenas tardes.

Whereas the masculine noun el día is complemented by the masculine adjective buenos, the feminine noun la tarde is complemented by the feminine adjective buenas.

With us so far?

Also, did you notice that both buenos días and buenas tardes both use the plural form (indicated by the -s)? There are many theories about why Spanish natives pluralise their phrase for ‘good afternoon’.

It’s thought that the expressive plural is one of the key theories for this.

It suggests that many Spanish words and phrases take the plural form to reflect the ‘intensity’ of the speakers intent. Therefore, Spanish speakers use the expressive plural to show respect.

Other examples of the expressive plural include:

  • Gracias

  • Felices fiestas, and

  • Saludos

7. Buenas noches

Meaning: good night

When the sun goes down, and you want to greet someone in a slightly formal or neutral context, you should use the phrase buenas noches.

Take note that, as with the Spanish greeting buenas tardes, buenas noches takes uses the feminine adjective buenas. This is because the noun la noche is also feminine.

You’ll also hear some television, podcast and radio presenters using the phrase muy buenas noches to open their evening programme and address their viewers or listeners.

8. Buenas

Meaning: morning / afternoon / evening

You’ll also often hear native Spanish speakers using the phrase buenas on its own, or occasionally muy buenas. Buenas is a concise way of saying ‘good afternoon’. The English equivalent would be like shortening ‘good afternoon’ to just ‘afternoon’.

What you should bear in mind about this Spanish greeting is that it’s normally reserved for informal contexts.

That said, if you’re in a Spanish restaurant and are being served by the waiter, it’s not uncommon to hear them say buenas, or muy buenas when they greet you.

9. ¿Qué pasa?

Meaning: what’s happening?

Here’s a very informal Spanish greeting for you — ¿qué pasa? An English translation of this phrase would give you ‘what’s happening?’ or ‘what’s up?’ and it’s a conversational opener used between friends.

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So, if you’re meeting with friends at a bar, when you greet them you can use ¿qué pasa? as your opening word.

You might have also heard the phrase ¿qué pasó? in Spain as well, but there is a difference between these two phrases.

¿Qué pasó? uses the preterite tense.

It is used to ask ‘what happened?’ as opposed to greeting someone. One context in which you might use ¿qué pasó? is if someone is telling you a story or an anecdote. You would say ¿y qué pasó? to find out what happened next.

10. Bienvenido/bienvenida

Meaning: welcome

If you’re invited to someone’s home, you’ll hear this Spanish greeting used by the host or hostess when you arrive. Bienvenido/bienvenida means ‘welcome’ in English. Keep in mind that it has many forms — masculine, feminine and plural.

To use it correctly, remember that if you’re speaking to a group of people you should use the plural form bienvenidos.

And as we’ve touched on, masculine and feminine forms should be taken into account when you’re welcoming people. If you’re addressing women, stick to bienvenida. If you’re addressing both men and women, use bienvenidos.

11. ¿Diga?

Meaning: hello?

There might be situations in which you’re greeting someone over the phone. What’s the ideal way to say ‘hello’ in contexts like these?

Well, in this case, you’ll hear the word diga? being used frequently by Spanish speakers in various countries such as Argentina and Spain.

¿Diga? is a Spanish greeting used particularly if you’re unsure who is calling. It literally means ‘say’, or ‘talk’, which might seem impolite to a non-native speaker as it takes the imperative form, but it is a commonly used greeting.

A slight variation of the Spanish greeting ¿diga? is the phrase ¿dígame? which also uses the imperative form and translates as ‘tell me’ in English.

There are other contexts similar to greeting someone on the phone that require a different opener. For instance, if someone rings your doorbell, and you live in an apartment, you might think that when you answer the intercom buzzer you should also say ¿diga?

But in this case, it’s common to respond using the word ¿sí? or simply ¿hola? to find out who is on the other end of the line.

12. ¡Cuánto tiempo!

Meaning: it’s been ages!

After your initial greeting, if you’re meeting with someone who you haven’t seen in a very long time, you might like to follow up with the phrase ¡cuánto tiempo!

This Spanish greeting literally translates as ‘how much time’, but it means ‘it’s been ages!’ or ‘it’s been such a long time!’

You can use this greeting with friends as it’s considered an informal or casual greeting. It lets them know how happy you are to see them!

13. Estimado señor/señora

Meaning: dear sir/madam

At some point, you might want to greet someone via email or letter.

The typical way to do this is with the Spanish greeting estimado señor/señora, which translates as ‘dear sir/madam’.

This is used in formal contexts and should be reserved for people you’ve never met before.

14. Encantado/encantada

Meaning: pleased to meet you

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Once you’ve used your Spanish greeting to say ‘hello’ to someone for the first time, you might want to use the phrase encantado/encantada afterwards. It translates as ‘pleased to meet you’ or ‘charmed’ in English, and you’ll hear it used frequently in Spain.

Note the gender difference, here.

If you’re male, you should say encantado as a follow-up. If you are female, you should use encantada.

Take note that when you first greet someone in Spain, a cultural norm is to dar dos besos or give two kisses on the cheek. So, when you follow up with the phrase encantada or encantado, that’s the ideal time to dar dos besos.

15. Hola a todos/a todas

Meaning: hello everyone

Say you’re teaching or about to give a speech. In these cases, you’ll find yourself greeting a large group of people. Instead of saying hello to everyone individually, you can use the Spanish greeting hola a todos. It means ‘hello all’, or ‘hello everyone’.

Bear in mind that if you’re greeting a group of women, you should use the word todas, and that if you’re greeting a mixed group, you should use todos.

16. ¿Cómo va?

Meaning: how’s it going?

Our final Spanish greeting is the phrase ¿cómo va? This translates to ‘how’s it going’ in English and is used in casual contexts between friends.

For example, if you’re going for drinks with friends, when you greet them you can say ¿cómo va? Or, if you’re in Mexico and addressing friends who you’ve grown up with, you might use the phrase ¿cómo onda? This Spanish greeting also means ‘how’s it going?’

Using Spanish greetings: the takeaway points

With this range of Spanish greetings, it’s now over to you. It’s time to use them in the right situations and learn how to say hi in Spanish properly.

Whether you’re saying a casual ‘hello’ to your best friends, writing a formal letter to your bosses, answering the telephone or intercom, or greeting a group of people, you have the perfect Spanish greeting in your vocabulary to use as an introductory opener.

Remember, as you become more and more advanced, the situation in which you’re greeting someone becomes more important.

So always bear in mind that your Spanish greetings are ‘context sensitive’.

And, when you’re greeting someone, don’t forget the Spanish custom of giving two kisses!

I also recommend checking out our article on Spanish numbers too.

Do you know any other Spanish greetings to add to the list?

Share them below in the comments!

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How do you respond to hello in Spanish? ›

15 Super Useful Ways to Respond to 'Hola'
  1. 'Hola' Meaning. ...
  2. 1 Buen día – Morning. ...
  3. 2 Buenas tardes / noches – Good evening / night. ...
  4. 3 Buenas – Hi. ...
  5. 4 Qué tal – What's up. ...
  6. 5 Qué hay – What's up. ...
  7. 6 Holi / Holis – Hi. ...
  8. 7 Aló / Bueno – Hello (when answering to a call)
4 Sept 2022

How do you say hello informal and formal? ›

Formal greetings are usually used when you are speaking with your employer or someone of high authority examples include Hello,Good morning, Nice to meet you. Informal greetings are usually used when speaking with friends or relatives examples,hey,how are ya, what's up .

How do you informally greet someone in Spanish? ›

Casual and informal greetings in Spanish

¡Hola, hola! Hey! ¡Oye!

How do you greet and respond in Spanish? ›

You would use one of the following buenos dias literally means good day. But it is really only used

How do you respond to Hello formally? ›

The most common way of greeting someone both at an informal level and more formally would be: Hello! How are you? to which the standard reply is: Very well, thank you. or: Fine, thank you.

What should I reply to Hola? ›

If in passing someone says “hola!” to you, it would acceptable to reply: “como estas?

How do you say hello informal? ›

Howdy / Hey mate / Hey man / G'day / and Gidday mate all indicate that we know a person quite well. How are you? / What's up? / How's it going? are casual ways to say hello in English and indicate that we've known that person for some time.

Is Hola formal? ›

If you'd like to say “Hello, how are you?” in Spanish, you can use “*Hola, ¿cómo estás?” (informal/singular). If you are greeting someone in a more formal setting, you'll want to use “Hola, ¿cómo está?” (formal/singular). If you are talking to multiple people, you'd say “Hola, ¿cómo están?* ” (informal/plural).

Is hello a formal way of greeting? ›

The most respectful greetings are formal ones like "hello," or time-related greetings like "good morning" or "good evening." To make it even more respectful, add the listener's formal title afterwards, like "hello, Mr. or Mrs. ______," or even "hello, sir or ma'am."

What are 3 greetings in Spanish? ›

1.1 Greetings in Spanish
  • Hola - Hello.
  • Buenos días - Good morning.
  • Buenas tardes - Good afternoon.
  • Buenas noches - Good evening.

Is Chao formal or informal? ›

If you are on the phone with a friend and you are about to hang up the most common expression you can use is “chao”, but if it's a more formal conversation, you better use “hasta luego”. Explanation: Chao is extremely informal and you want to use it only with close friends.

What are some formal greetings? ›

Common Formal Greetings
  • Good afternoon.
  • Good evening.
  • Good evening, Mrs. Smith.
  • Good morning.
  • Hello, Dr. Johnson.
  • Hello, ma'am.
  • Hello, sir.
  • How are you?
29 Dec 2021

How are you in Spanish formal and informal? ›

If you'd like to say “Hello, how are you?” in Spanish, you can use “Hola, ¿cómo estás?” (informal/singular). If you are greeting someone in a more formal setting, you'll want to use “Hola, ¿cómo está?” (formal/singular). If you are talking to multiple people, you'd say “Hola, ¿cómo están?” (informal/plural).

Is Hola informal? ›

Hola. As we've mentioned, hola is the standard greeting recognised in Spain and Latin America as a common introductory word. It's extremely common to hear this polite greeting used in a range of contexts, as you can use it in both formal and informal situations. Hola translates to 'hello' in English.

Is Y Tu formal or informal? ›

Y tu is informal and Y Usted id formal. In Spanish we change the way we speak when talking to someone we have respect for and are an adult rather than our friends. When talking to an adult we use formal language when talking to our friends we use informal language.

Is Bonjour formal or informal? ›

Most of you know the formal expression “bonjour”, and you should since it's the most common way to greet someone in French. We use it to greet people in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening. “Bonjour” is always polite, and works in any situation.

What is a good response? ›

Reply with “I'm fine/Not bad/ Pretty good/Great”. Or, if you're in a bad mood, it's ok to say “I've been better”.

How do you respond to Mucho Gusto? ›

Igualmente. 'Igualmente' is by far the most common response to 'mucho gusto'; it´s literal translation would be 'likewise'.

How do you reply to de nada? ›

Don't Say “De Nada” [15 Ways to Say You're Welcome in Spanish]

What is Hasta manana? ›

hasta mañana in American English

(mɑˈnjɑnɑ ) Spanish. so long; (I'll) see you tomorrow.

What are 5 ways to say hello? ›

Formal Ways To Say “Hello”
  1. Good morning/afternoon/evening. These are classic, formal phrases to use when greeting someone, whether it's the first time meeting them or if you've already met them before. ...
  2. Pleased to meet you. ...
  3. It's nice to meet you. ...
  4. It's good to see you. ...
  5. How are you?

What is informal greeting? ›

The word ''hey'' in English is a very common informal greeting to use with friends and people you know very well. If you pass by your supervisor in the hallway at work, it would not be appropriate to say ''hey!'' However, you can use this greeting in most informal situations.

How do you say hello indirectly? ›

Different Ways to Say Hello
  1. Hi there.
  2. Howdy.
  3. Greetings.
  4. Hey, What's up?
  5. Morning/afternoon/evening.
  6. What's going on?
  7. Hey! There she/he is.
  8. How's everything?

Is Muy bien formal? ›

If you're not sure when to use a formal or informal expression, just use the formal one. Sometimes people will tell you that you don't have to be formal.
Greetings in Spanish.
EnglishSpanish – InformalSpanish – Formal
Fine (thanks), and you?Bien (gracias), ¿y tú?Bien (gracias), ¿y usted?
Very wellMuy bien
I'm glad for youMe alegro
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Does Ola mean hello? ›

Ola = “Hello” (Galician has a slightly different spelling of the word Hola, but it has the same pronunciation) Bos días = “Good day”

Is De nada a greeting? ›

You're welcome – De nada. I'm sorry – Lo siento. I have/I don't have – Tengo/No tengo. Nice to meet you – Encantado/Encantada de conocerte.

What's more formal hi or hello? ›

Hi and hello are practically interchangeable in their usage. They mean the same thing, and are used for the same purpose. However, 'hello' is more formal and is appropriately used in formal occasions or in greeting persons of authority. 'Hi' as mentioned earlier is more casual and is used among peers and equals.

Which is more formal hi or hello? ›

Both of these words are used when we want to greet someone. However, 'hello' is more formal, whereas, 'hi' is a friendly term.

How do you greet in Spanish? ›

Here are the most common greetings in Spanish:
  1. Hola – Hello.
  2. Buenas – Hi (informal)
  3. Buenos días – Good morning.
  4. Buen día – Good morning (less common, used in Argentina)
  5. Buenas tardes – Good afternoon.
  6. Buenas noches – Good evening.
  7. Bienvenido – Welcome.

How do you start a conversation in Spanish? ›

Let's take a look at at some of these new Spanish conversation phrases:
  1. Hola! (Hello)
  2. ¿Como estas? (How are you?)
  3. ¿Como te va? (How's it going?)
  4. ¿Que tal? (What's up?)
  5. ¿Que pasa? (What's happening?)
  6. ¿Como esta usted? (How are you?)
  7. Buenas tardes (Good evening, but also Good afternoon)
  8. Buenos dias (Good morning)

What are 2 greetings in Spanish? ›

Hola — Hello

This is the most basic of the greetings, and can be combined with any of the other ones found below. Now you can say, “Hola, buenos días,” or “Hola, buenas tardes.” The h is silent!

How do you introduce yourself in Spanish? ›

Spanish Introductions

The most common way to introduce yourself in Spanish is to say "Me llamo" followed by your name. Alternatives include "Mi nombre es" or "Soy" followed by your name.

Is Mucho Gusto formal or informal? ›


Can Hola mean goodbye? ›

The basic phrases for "hello" and "goodbye" in Spanish are hola and adios. You can use a variety of other phrases, depending on the time of day, how formal you want to be, and when you expect to see the person again.

How do you respond to ciao? ›

People usually simply say piacere (nice to meet you), whether in formal or informal situations. Piacere – Piacere.

How do you start a formal letter greeting? ›

  1. To Whom It May Concern: Use only when you do not know to whom you must address the letter, for example, when writing to an institution. ...
  2. Dear colleagues, Use when writing to a group of people. ...
  3. Hello guys, Use when writing to a group of people you know very well. ...
  4. Your sincerely, ...
  5. Kind regards, ...
  6. Best,

How do you respond to good morning in the formal greeting? ›

If you are on formal terms with the person then you wish them back with, “Good Morning to you too,” or “Morning.”

How do you reply to Gracias? ›

The response to gracias that you're most likely to use or hear is de nada (you're welcome), or you could say, if appropriate, a tí (thank you). For greater emphasis you can use no hay de qué (don't mention it).

What are 3 greetings in Spanish? ›

1.1 Greetings in Spanish
  • Hola - Hello.
  • Buenos días - Good morning.
  • Buenas tardes - Good afternoon.
  • Buenas noches - Good evening.

What are the two responses to Muchas Gracias? ›

¡MUCHAS GRACIAS! ¡De nada! ¡Por nada! ¡No hay de qué!

How do you answer como estas in Spanish? ›

When someone asks you ¿Cómo estás? If you feel alright, you say estoy bien; you could also say, estoy muy bien, to give more emphasis, which means “very good” or “very well.” You can also add one extra word, gracias, meaning “thanks”, and estoy bien, gracias; it means “I'm fine, thank you.”

What do El gusto es mio mean? ›

Other. Spanish term or phrase: el gusto es mio. el gusto es mio. keren. English translation:the pleasure is mine.

What is meaning of Esta bien? ›

That's Okay (Fine) it's okay. It's fine.

What does De nada mean? ›

Interjection. de nada. think nothing of it, you're welcome, don't mention it, no worries.

Is Hola informal or formal? ›

Initial Greetings
SpanishEnglish equivalentFormality
Buenos díasGood morningSlightly formal
Buenas tardesGood afternoonSlightly formal
Buenas nochesGood night/Good eveningSlightly formal
1 more row

How do you start a conversation in Spanish? ›

Let's take a look at at some of these new Spanish conversation phrases:
  1. Hola! (Hello)
  2. ¿Como estas? (How are you?)
  3. ¿Como te va? (How's it going?)
  4. ¿Que tal? (What's up?)
  5. ¿Que pasa? (What's happening?)
  6. ¿Como esta usted? (How are you?)
  7. Buenas tardes (Good evening, but also Good afternoon)
  8. Buenos dias (Good morning)

How do you greet someone formally? ›

The following phrases are both formal and polite and can be used in most situations.
  1. Hello.
  2. Nice to meet you.
  3. How are you?
  4. It's a pleasure to meet you.
  5. Pleased to meet you.
  6. Good morning.
  7. Good afternoon.
  8. Good evening.

Does De nada mean no problem? ›

De nada. Sometimes, we use the expression “no problem” in Spanish to mean “you're welcome.” Just say: de nada. This is the most common way of replying after anyone says ¡gracias!

What can I say instead of de nada? ›

No hay problema - It's no problem

This is a very easy and simple way of saying you're welcome in Spanish.

How do you answer que hora es? ›

Telling Time in Spanish ¿Qué hora es? ¿A qué hora...? - YouTube

How was your day reply? ›

"It's been okay." "Okay." "Could be better."

How are you today in Spain? ›

If you want to say “how are you today” in Spanish, you would simply say, “¿Cómo está hoy?” It's the formal version of the greeting. The informal/familiar version is “¿Cómo estás hoy?”.


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