|Habla usted Ingles / Espanol||Hah-blah oo-stead In-gulls / Ess-span-yoll||Do you speak English / Spanish?|
|Mi nombre es…||Mee nom-breh ess||My name is…|
|Me pueden ayudar?||Meh pweh-dehn ah-yoo-dah||Can you help me?|
|Estoy buscando…||Ess-toy boos-can-doh||I’m looking for…|
|Si / No||See / Noh||Yes / No|
|Gracias||Grah-see-as||Mr / Mrs / Miss|
|Hoy / Ahora||Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah||Today / Now|
|Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah||Mah-nar-nar / Aay-err||Tomorrow / Yesterday|
|Este / Que / Aqui / Hay||Ess-tey / Kay / Ah-kee / Haay||This / That / Here / There|
Above are a few common Spanish phrases to help you get around.
The most common language spoken in Spain is its own national language, Spanish, of which over 89% of inhabitants speak and has various dialects and regional languages such as Aranese, Basque, Catalan, Galician, Aragonese, Asturian, Leonese Fala, Cantabrian, Extremaduran, Eonavian, Benaquese, Ribagorcan and Mirandese.
Additionally, many other Indo-European languages exist in the country, with 27% of inhabitants speaking English, 12% speaking French and 2% speaking German. The Portuguese language is also somewhat prominent in the country with many Spanish-Portuguese language combinations and derivations being used, however, there are some small areas speaking Portuguese proper. It’s also known that Afro-Asiatic languages such as Arabic and Berber are spoken by most members of the Muslim community.