How do u say your welcome in Spanish?

How do u say your welcome in Spanish?

The best known, globally accepted way of saying you’re welcome in Spanish is de nada, but there are actually many different phrases used to express the same sentiment. Some of these phrases are not common in all Spanish-speaking countries, but most will still convey the appropriate meaning.

Con Gusto Translation

Does De nada mean you’re welcome?

How to respond to Muchas gracias in Spanish – Quora. xa1MUCHAS GRACIAS!xa1De nada!xa1Por nada!

What do you say in response to Muchas Gracias?

You’re welcome De nada This phrase is the most common response to thank you. De nada literally translates to from nothing but it is used to mean you are welcome. When someone says gracias, you may respond with de nada.

How do you respond to thank you in Spanish?

You’re welcome De nada This phrase is the most common response to thank you. De nada literally translates to from nothing but it is used to mean you are welcome. When someone says gracias, you may respond with de nada.

What are other ways to say you’re welcome in Spanish?

5 Ways to Say You’re Welcome in Spanish

  • Con mucho gusto My pleasure (Literally: With much pleasure) Gracias por cocinar hoy.
  • Es un placer It’s a pleasure. Mil gracias por lavar mi ropa.
  • Por nada It’s nothing.
  • No hay de que Don’t mention it.
  • A la orden At your service.

How do you say Welcome to Spanish in Spanish?

Say Bienvenido when using welcome as a greeting. When greeting a woman, say bienvenida, which is the feminine translation of welcome. Bienvenida is pronounced bee-en-veh-nee-dah.

How do you respond to you’re welcome in Spanish?

In this article we’ll cover 15 different ways to say you’re welcome in Spanish.

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  • Estxe1 bien – It’s all good.
  • No hay problema – It’s no problem.
  • No te preocupes (informal) – No worries.
  • No hay de que / No hay de que preocuparse – There’s nothing to worry about.

What is De nada mean?

youre welcome

Does De nada mean no problem or you’re welcome?

De nada means you’re welcome (after saying thank you only). No problema makes no sense to me. You mean no hay problema which means (there’s) no problem.

Is saying De nada rude?

De nada is usually used as a polite answer after Gracias. On the other side Por nada is used when you were working on something and you didn’t have a result, so you were working for nothing. In my opinion, Por nada would be then impolite answer after Gracias! Por nada For nothing.

How do you respond to de nada?

You may say ‘Gracias or muchas gracias before ‘de nada’and MUCHO GUSTO, after ‘de nada’. In Mexico de nada is the standard reply to Thank you and nothing more is said. It is equal in function to You’re welcome.

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