“Good evening” in Spanish

In Spanish, “Good evening” is written as:

Buenas tardes

(Editor’s note: In Spain, evening time is conventionally considered 3-9pm. Therefore, when greeting someone during this time frame, it’s common to use the phrase, Buenas tardes.)

Listen to this greeting pronounced (audio)


 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
“Good evening. A table for two, please.”

Buenas tardes. Una mesa para dos, por favor.
 
“Good evening. Can I have a coffee with sugar, please?”

Buenas tardes, ¿me pone un café con azúcar, por favor?
 
Good evening. Where is the bathroom?”

Buenas tardes, ¿dónde está el baño?
 
What a good evening!”

¡Qué buena tarde!
 
Good evening. It’s good to see you again.”

Buenas tardes. Me alegro de verte de nuevo.
 

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Good evening” in Lebanese Arabic

“Good evening” in Tunisian Arabic

“Good evening” in Turkish
 

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