¿Qué tal? Have you ever been shopping
in a Spanish speaking country and had no idea
what was going on? Hola. How much is this? No.
That’s not for sale. What? How much is this?
¿Cuánto? ¿What? What? what? what? Good bye. Please ma’am
We’re closing. What? Do you know how
to go shopping in Spanish? When you go shopping and need to ask for the
price of things and both you
and the vendor know what item you are
talking about you can simply ask: This is a general question and it can be very useful. Let’s see an example. Hola.
¿Cuánto cuesta? No. It’s not
for sale. Oh. OK.
Thanks. That went better. But let’s take a look
at a few more words you can use to help
in the shopping experience If you need to be more specific
about what you need. you will have to add
one more word to the question
¿Cuánto cuesta? It all depends on
how close you are to the object
that you need. Use… if the items are
far from you. So the question
would be: If you are close
or can touch the item Use… So, it would
go like this: Those questions
will help you better point out what
you are wanting Let’s take a look
at another situation. Hi. How much is that? It’s 20 dollars. It’s on sale. Wow. It’s very expensive. And how much are these? These are 3 dollars. Oh it’s cheap. And how much is this? It’s 25 dollars. Does it have
a discount? Nope. It doesn’t
have a discount. Very expensive. And how much
are those? Another question? This one is 25 dollars. It’s very expensive. Are you gonna
buy anything? No. Just looking. Oh God! In this situation they use… but we also learned
some new words about the price of items. You heard… You also heard… You also heard… and you also heard… Let’s go over
what we learned today You can ask for the
price of things by asking If you want to be
more specific about what you need… Use the words… at the end of the question. Remember We also learned
some new words. We learned the word… That’s it for
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