How Do You Say I Miss You in Spanish?


SO your Spanish sweetheart is away visiting family in her home land? You miss her, of course, but how do you let her know? Learn how to tell her I miss you in Spanish.

It’s easy. Say Te extraño. Pronounced teh ex-trahn-nyo, te stands for you and extraño for first person of the verb extrañar, the infinitive form of the verb meaning to miss.

If you miss her very much, and I’m sure you do, you could add the word mucho (pronounced moo-choh) to the phrase – Te extraño mucho. I miss you very much.

Extrañar, by the way, also means to surprise, to wonder, as in That surprises me – Eso me extraña.

I miss you in Spanish

Now that you know how to say I miss you in Spanish, brush up on some lovey things to say when she gets back. See how to say I love you in Spanish and Spanish love phrases.

How to Say Mom in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here in the States we say ma, mom or mommy, but what about other places? Here’s how to say mom in different languages. But if you want to be formal about it, see how to say mother in different languages.

Chinese – māmā
Danish – mor
Dutch – mama
Finnish – äiti
French – maman
German – mama
Greek – mamá (μαμά)
Icelandic – mamma
Irish – mam
Italian – mamma
Japanese – mama (ママ)
Norwegian – mamma
Portuguese – mãe
Russian – mama (мама)
Spanish – mamá
Swedish – mamma
Vietnamese – mẹ
Welsh – mom

How to Say Blue in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here is how to say blue in different languages:

Chinese – lán sè (蓝色)

Danish – blå

Dutch – blauwe

Finnish – sininen

French – bleu

Coeur Bleu pour Rever

German – blau

Greek – bleh (μπλε)

Haitian Creole – ble

Icelandic – blár

Irish – gorm

Italian – azzurro

Japanese – ao

Norwegian – blå

Portuguese – azul

Russian – siniĭ (синий)

Spanish – azul

Swedish – blå

Vietnamese – màu xanh

Welsh – glas



How Do You Say Good Luck in Spanish?


WISHING someone good luck is as common in Spanish as it is in English. If you wanted to wish a Spanish-speaking friend well, here is how you would say good luck in Spanishbuena suerte.

Pronounced bweh-nah swer-teh, buena means good and suerte means luck, so this Spanish phrase is a straightforward translation. Or you could just simply say, with enthusiasm, ¡Suerte!

Luck, not surprisingly, figures into many other Spanish expressions.

how to say good luck in Spanish

If you were having a bit of bad luck, you express that with the phrase mala suerte (pronounced mah-lah swer-teh). If you were down on your luck, you could say estoy de mala racha (pronounced eh-stoy deh mah-lah rah-cha). Racha stands for a gust of wind, but also a series or run, so that a this word is used in a similar expression, losing streak – racha perdedora (rah-cha per-deh-doh-rah).

A good luck charm is an amuleto de buena (pronounced ah-moo-leh-toh deh bweh-nah) or amuleto de la suerte (pronounced ah-moo-leh-toh deh lah swer-teh).

A stroke of luck is un golpe de suerte (pronounced oon gohl-peh deh swer-teh).

You have all the luck? You can then boast, Tengo toda la suerte (I have all the luck – pronounced tehn-goh toh-da lah swer-teh).

Now you know how to say good luck in Spanish. Learn how to say more words and phrases in Spanish.