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Don't be a conversation couch potato!
Get comfortable with some everyday phrases in Spanish, and you'll be amazed at how much your speaking confidence improves. Practice with friends, even those who don't speak Spanish, and you'll find yourself feeling ready to say a casual hello to a person you pass on the street.
Here are some common phrases for you to try out:
¿Qué tal? What's up? How are you?
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