Introducing people in Spanish

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una vez mas welcome to butterflies

Spanish bienvenidos a butterfly Spanish

medium Oh Ana and in today's lesson in

la clase de hoy vamos a bear how to

introduce to people in Spanish and why

well first because por que I already

taught you how to introduce yourself in

Spanish so if you haven't watched that

video go and watch it

this lesson is how to introduce to

people in Spanish maybe you want to

introduce your boyfriend to your mother

or maybe you want to introduce your

girlfriend to your father or your boss

to your new coworker well we're going to

learn first how to introduce someone in

a very casual friendly way and someone

in a very remember this is the sign of

respect in a very formal polite way

format Oh si informal informal formal

formal hahaha no effort you just have to

pronounce them differently anyway let's

go to the lesson don't go yet we're

going to learn this today you have to

learn it because I'm going to give you

an exam soon

okay let's start vamos a empezar yeah or

a vamos a bear how do you introduce

someone to someone in Spanish hmm well

very easy there are two basic ways to

introduce someone to someone in Spanish

gonna give you the primera la primera

forma de present era alguien I would

like to I would like you to meet my

girlfriend I would like you to meet my

boyfriend I would like you to meet

Evelyn okay so let's start you can say

first of all you can address the person

that is there and you're going to

troduce the other

so imagine this person is your mother

mama and this person is I don't know

your friend my friend

everything okay so now mama mama te


ah Evelyn mama the presentó heavily okay

there is another way

mama mia is Evelyn mama

AJ is Evelyn mama oh yeah is every and

there is another way but that's a

translation from English some people and

some books say that you can actually say


este s dies every but this is a like I

think it's not an adequate translation

but some people use it s that s Evelyn

what I would use what I would use is

mama te presento ah Evan oh mama Elia is

Evelyn oui bien so it could be your


papa te presento ah one Guan te presento

a me papa okay o Eveline te presento ah

my mama mama

te presento ah Evan named Zack Lee I

think it's clear because I was very

repetitive but you have to keep learning

we're going to move to the second

segunda Manila Oh Lee Lee huh tricky a

well this is because maybe you don't

you're not talking to your mother to


oh come to Papa dal Bess

tal vez or Tisa maybe you want to

introduce el Senor Torres mr. Torres to

mrs. Rodriguez okay well

that's a different way because I'll tell

you later but now I'm going to tell you

how you're going to just introduce these

to formal people and then we're going to

learn why you're using that form so

Senor Torres Senor Torres le presento a

la Senora Rodriguez Senor Torres le

presento a la Senora Rodriguez now with

titles Senor Senora you can say Senor

todos le presento ah la Senora Rodriguez

a la Senora Maria you can use the the

first or the last name okay well now

we're going to move okay Senora Maria

Senora Rodriguez le presento

ah el Senor Torres okay pay para

informal casual te presento ah e

Lai para Casswell informal amigable a

friendly Amiga bleah

okay well where are these two people

going to say

oh no they have to say something in

there like specific ways of saying it I

already told you these forms in another

lesson but referring to a different

topic but we're going to review these

ways so these two people they are not

just going to look at each other

ver si el you know al otro and say oh hi

well elegance a mucho gusto mucho gusto

el gusto es mío mucho gusto and the

other person says el gusto es mío okay

so it's a pleasure

oh it's a it's a pleasure to meet you

mucho gusto el gusto es mío second

Encantada Oh encantado depends if it is

mr. Torres he's going to say encantado

encantado why Oh

go see some men and remember nuns have a

gender in Spanish okay so you say

encantado huh but I am Ana I'm not going

to say in can't odd oh I'm going to say

encanta la Encantada

Encantada okay with my Oh oh that's a

cultural thing you have to shake hands

okay oh okay

the other way is some people say um plus

F 1 plus F 1 plus F

Oh plus Elcano cert a informal UN penser

conocerle oh if it is a man polite un

placer conocerle oh if it's a woman

polite un placer conocer allah okay coño

cert a to informal friendly conocer low

for mal hombre

cono sur la mujer polite okay do you

understand what I hope you understood

because now we're going to say now we're

going to go to why are we using te

presento ah or le presento

ah well because K is the direct object

of to that you remember you had a you in

English and my other lesson and these

you could be to or who stead

well you when you're talking to someone

in a for in a friendly way you're going

to say they present hola

because it's a relation to your to your

you informal casual friendly you use the

direct object take presento ah if you

use lei you are talking to one that is

who stead okay they presento ah I'm

talking to my mother I'm talking to my

friend me amigo

leg presentó ah I'm talking to me jefe

me heffa my boss okay that is the


oh but how about one day you are

in a situation in which you have to say

wait less presentó what if you have like

there's a group of friends amigos

un grupo de amigos right all the group

of friends are there they are like

dancing and like enjoying and a party

and then you bring and I bring I bring

my boyfriend oh hey hey guys hola amigos

well you don't say pull amigos no no

you're going to say hola hey O'Hagan

less presento ah mi novio Juanito okay

less presentó y less presentó because

they are a group of people they are no

one person they are not one person

polite or formal or informal they are a

group of people and so you're talking

about all stay this do you understand

it's not you singular to is not you

singular but formal usted it is you

plural and formal informal same thing we

don't use both so total in Mexico so

less presentó Juanito

okay did you understand because it's a

group of people you have to refer to

them as who stay this and I use the

abbreviations here because I didn't have

more space but who stay this Oh

they si usted es au de usted it to go on

acento okay because if it - if it is -

without an accent mark sin acento s Odra

cosa is a possessive and you know using

a possessive adjective you're using a

subject pronoun okay

te presento ah ana le presento Ana less

presento ah

ana okay well I hope you enjoyed this

lesson and if you have any questions let

me know throughout I don't know like a

comment you live in my channel and I

hope you learned a lot of ESPE

yo mucho espanol todos vamos a aprender

gracias y adios