10 informal ways to ask “How are you?” in Spanish

Joy good lots in today's lesson I'm going to teach you many ways to say hey what's up what's going on now this is not about asking how are you for that you have my other lesson how are you in Spanish many ways this lesson is more slang yes slang you're here to learn Islam and I spoke with a British accent because I .

Wish I spoke with a British accent sometimes sounds good anyway you're going to learn Spanish with a Mexican accent because I'm Mexican great let's start before I take the mountain as usual remember sometimes I take the man's start speaking about something else you don't want to do that you want to learn Spanish so this is a .

Lesson about say hey what's up man what's up what's going on not so like what's up I'm more like casual more less formal like como esta or como estas there other ways to say it too many ways in fact some ways I break my head and I say how would I translate it in English there's no translation there's no equivalent it's more like different ways .

Of saying what's up what's up what's going on how are how are you but more like informal what's up movie let's start la blah blah vamos a empezar before yak I ate a Anna mm-hmm get that that's a sweet sweet way Kate done Kattan hey keypad hey what's up Kate dad okay Kyle like a question Kate I I'm peein your question face remember .

Muy bien la segunda is como and us and us and that is the verb like and Di's like a kind of a synonym for walking right and oh and bicicleta is like I go on my bike like a little journey on my bike but this is a way of saying come and ask so how are you doing what's up how are you doing como Honda's Mexican 100% Mexican que onda what wave it's .

Like a back translation we he was wave what wave is going on que onda very normal it's sometimes I thought I tell my friend girl gonna Kanda Kanda sometimes I say can't I come with us because Karen didn't like what's up how are you what's up how are you exactly like that que onda what a wave well wave is going .

On let's introduce that que onda that's mexicana I'm gonna teach you a Colombian one that I love okay you like I I yes there is for example there are two elephants over there you cannot see them but I can from here I can see two elephants I don't sell a fantasy so here I'm saying ki is a way of saying what's there but really you're saying what's up .

Okay okay now there's another way even more I think more popular que HUBO is like what there was but you see as I told you there's no translation for this it's just many ways to say what's up que HUBO cool kill go very informal very slack this is very like slang you know que hago in Colombia remember my friend Jessica told me que mas que Masana .

Came ass is like what else came ass actually one of my students asked me – what is Kim ass like what else did I how are you what's up okay mass popular in Colombia or at least I have heard it with Colombian friends okay mass I like that clem us so far my favorite are que onda ich MS mama has AE hmm this is a little bit more not not for my learning .

Ah but sweet too you know sweet sweet Dulce Dulce come on Tara como tava with an angelic office come on tuba movie come o tayba that's one now let's beat not too sweet maybe let's say que paso ah ah you're going to say no it's que pasa que pasa um not really no that's the .

Chips brand right like the nachos – tapas we say nachos we say – tapas let's at the top was ranked a pasta that's a very gringo way of saying que paso because you're actually not asking que pasa it's not correct now it's becoming popular because most people don't know that the correct way is que paso like in the past kappa so you're not asking .

Right now que pasa because o que pasa oh there's a car coming there's like one guy is walking to the convenience store that I know you're saying what has happened what's going on like I you're asking for a longer period of time so you don't say que pasa no you say que paso que pasó con acento en la o que paso que paso .

Estas muy bien some people make this funny and they say what because they say Paso you see Paso and pasión this is passion and this has happened so some funny people say capaci on like what passion capaci on capaci on capaci on tran sita por tu cabeza capaci on what passion is going on it did not really say why passion you say what's happening .

But you're making it funny you know your your your your funny person you want to make it funny so when I want to make a funny person they say que pasión when I told my friend is my sister instead of saying que paso they say capaci on just to make it funny sometimes we make it funny very important before I keep going que paso it's very useful and I'll tell .

You what it's like what's up que paso what's up but also it says que paso when M for example I remember these because when I always tell my sister I kept a saw because she since could you call could you call could you send me a text could you do this could you could you give me a call could you send it out and I say que paso like what what what .

Happened what's happening right like what what are the issues you want to discuss what's what you want to discuss so it's something to reply to someone say kappa so you can reply like that besides saying what's up Willian next one is boring cavalry dhakkir read o kappa s r kappa s ax como estas como estas sir how are you .

Very an informal way of saying how are you como estas and this is how have you been como te da como te go because it's not formal these ways are not formal they are very casual but proper the others are slang okay these are proper but informal so maybe you say I'm not a slang person I don't want to speak with slang scuse me I'm .

From I'm a very proper person so you don't want to do that so then you but maybe you're like me so you know sometimes I get up and I'm like a little bit or I'm not so proper today so I think que paso mi Favorita que onda EK mas que mas I would I would sound weird to say cameras because I'm Colombian so my friends will be like in .

The style a como Columbiana que paso que onda más que HUBO ki que tal como te doe como estas all these in one lesson and your vocabulary este increment and oh by one hundred percent times 100 point two five percent muy bien if you like my lesson see the boost and miss classes subscribe to my channel and .

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¿Qué pasa? & ¿Qué pasó? Learn 10+ Spanish phrases to ask “How are you?”. In this lesson, you will learn the topmost practical, idiomatic, casual, and colloquial ways to ask “what’s up?” and “how are you?” in Spanish. These informal ways to ask people how they are doing are the ones most used by native speakers. You will need these when you are talking to your friends and family. They are informal but appropriate. You will also learn some slang Spanish phrases to ask these questions. You have probably noticed I do not have many videos about Spanish slang. That is because I prefer to teach you correct Spanish. But the reason I created this lesson is because this Spanish slang is widely accepted amongst native Spanish speakers, so I thought maybe it is good I teach you this for two reasons: you may want to learn Spanish slang, and you may want to understand how Spanish native speakers actually talk in real life with their friends. Since you are my friend, let’s cultivate our friendship with some slang. Please donate to Butterfly Spanish: You can donate at: https://www.butterflyspanish.com/ Or through PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/ButterflySpanish Check out my new website and subscribe to my free Spanish learning newsletter at: https://www.butterflyspanish.com/ Watch more videos that help you learn Spanish: TOPS SPANISH PHRASES WITH “NO”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwyhqLAknf4 12 WAYS TO AGREE IN SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JZ8jdqOuKw QUÉ OR CUÁL IN SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrFcKURo67s 8 WAYS TO SAY “I AM SORRY” IN SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYDPe6gRPTk GIVING YOUR ADDRESS IN SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZBiiiMhIGU MONTHS IN SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FjSyvyFmvM SPANISH ALPHABET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsLYD1Jyf3A SPANISH 5 VOWELS & SPANISH VOWEL SOUNDS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orOW9eRQfpE Ahora sí no te va a parar la boca 🙂