How to Speak Spanish : Common Spanish Phrases for Restaurants

Learn how to speak Spanish with common phrases for restaurants in this free language video on learning how to speak Spanish.

Expert: Mixitxu Etxeberria
Bio: Mixitxu Etxeberria speaks fluent Spanish, holds a BA in Linguistics from Reed College, lived in Spain for one year, taught Spanish for six months.
Filmmaker: EV studios

Duration : 0:5:31

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25 Responses to How to Speak Spanish : Common Spanish Phrases for Restaurants

  1. 14myway says:

    Muchos gracias …
    Muchos gracias amiga!!!!

  2. ourlove4u says:

    Tengo sed
    Tengo sed

  3. shminguin says:

    WHERES DORA?!?!?
    WHERES DORA?!?!?

  4. myjanuary151987 says:

    Anyway, muchisimas …
    Anyway, muchisimas gracias, me querido amigo ou querida amiga whatever.

  5. 2indulgent says:

    Many of the words …
    Many of the words are similar to their English counterparts but are pronounced quite differently.

  6. JohnNettles11 says:



  7. mxbiztravel says:

    Also, i posted …
    Also, i posted your video at:

  8. mxbiztravel says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for posting! This is super helpful to tourists and business travelers in Spanish speaking countries. I travel to Mexico City often for business, and the locals always appreciate the attempt at the language.

  9. VanessaBecerril says:

    Papi, Tengo Hambre …
    Papi, Tengo Hambre!!!

  10. 6eLRojas6 says:

    Como consigues …
    Como consigues repetirlo tantas veces sin partirte de risa? jajaja

  11. xXfrankillXx says:

    en español a …
    en español a diferencia del ingles, no existe el diminutivom ejemplo: amorsito = little love =p, pero little live seria pequeño amor jaja

  12. xXfrankillXx says:

    muy buena, very …
    muy buena, very good

  13. myjanuary151987 says:

    Great, but Does …
    Great, but Does gusta stands for she or for he? 

  14. lacrossechick95 says:

    no….. “Me …
    no….. “Me gustaria” means i would like, its more polite and most say it when ordering.
    On the other hand, “Me gusta” just means i like.

  15. myjanuary151987 says:

    Thanks, me too.
    Thanks, me too.

  16. rexziegen says:

    I think -ria is for …
    I think -ria is for ‘would’ n me gusta means ‘it’ pleases me..i m a beginner myself,so dont know for sure..

  17. myjanuary151987 says:

    Me gustaria. Is …
    Me gustaria. Is that female?

  18. TheMinistryOfDefense says:

    Wish your volume …
    Wish your volume was as loud as your commercial

  19. stopmyfences says:

    me podes decir …
    me podes decir donde puedo comer milanga con queso, tomarme una birra vieja gracias,

    asi es mas productivo?

  20. kaos0404 says:

    Ah qué el a …
    Ah qué el a me encantaría hacer el amor a su rostro también gracias

  21. kitsicki says:


  22. dashizzler says:

    He hecho el amor a …
    He hecho el amor a los animales de rancho muchos.

  23. dashizzler says:

    me gustaria hacer …
    me gustaria hacer amor a tu cara. gracias!

  24. danceswithcrayons says:

    Gracias! Very …
    Gracias! Very helpful! 

  25. ejc45 says:

    @bleh005, you guys …
    @bleh005, you guys should make spanish one of your offical languages ;)

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