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Why Is It "Buenos días" and not "Buen día"? (And Other Weird Spanish Facts) | Super Easy Spanish 49

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In this episode, José and Harry look at the origins of some of the most common expressions in Spanish: why do we say "qué tal", "hola" or "buenos días" in Spanish?

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Does all Spanish come from Latin? Why is "buenos días" always plural? What on earth does "qué tal" really mean? If you've found yourself asking these questions at some point when learning Spanish, or are simply etymologically curious, then this video is for you.
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Host of this episode: Harry Sumner, José Mora Landívar
Editing: Rodrigo Dada
Camera: Harry Sumner
Translation: Harry Sumner, Johnny Yeldham
Transcript: Agustín Trípodi
Proofreading: José Mora Landívar
Producer: Francisco A. Soza
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