See you

Saying good bye!

  • ¡Adiós! - Good bye!
  • ¡Chau! - Bye!
  • ¡Buenos días! - Good morning!
  • ¡Buenas tardes! - Good afternoon!
  • ¡Buenas noches! - Good evening! / Good night!
    Just as the greetings, we also use these expressions to say good-bye in a more formal way. Usually combined with others, for example: ¡Gracias, buenos días! ¡Hasta luego, buenas tardes!
  • ¡Gracias! - Thank you!
  • ¡Muchas gracias! - Thank you so much!

Saying ‘see you!’

  • ¡Hasta luego! - See you later!
  • ¡Nos vemos! - See you!
  • ¡Nos vemos luego! - See you later! (We’ll meet later)
  • ¡Hasta pronto! - See you soon!
  • ¡Nos vemos pronto! - See you soon! (We’ll meet soon)
  • ¡Nos vemos después! - See you later! (We’ll meet later)
  • ¡Hasta la próxima! - See you next time!
  • ¡Hasta mañana! - See you tomorrow!
    We also use this expression to say “good night!”
  • ¡Hasta la próxima semana! - See you next week!
  • ¡Hasta el próximo martes! - See you next Tuesday!
  • ¡Nos vemos mañana! - See you tomorrow! (We’ll meet tomorrow!)
  • ¡Nos vemos la próxima semana! - See you next week! (We’ll meet next week)
  • ¡Nos vemos el próximo jueves! - See you next Thursday! (We’ll meet next Thursday! 

Wishing good vibes

  • ¡Buen día! - Good day! (neutral)
  • ¡Que tengas buen día! - Have a nice day! (informal)
  • ¡Que tenga buen día! - Have a nice day! (formal)
  • ¡Que tengan buen día! - Have a nice day! (plural) 

  • ¡Bonito día! - Lovely day! (neutral)
  • ¡Que tengas bonito día! - Have a lovely day! (informal)
  • ¡Que tenga bonito día! - Have a lovely day! (formal)
  • ¡Que tengan bonito día! - Have a lovely day! (plural) 

  • ¡Que te vaya bien! - Good luck! (informal)
  • ¡Que le vaya bien! - Good luck! (formal)
  • ¡Que les vaya bien! - Good luck! (plural)
    This expression can also be translated as “I hope that things go well for you!”

  • ¡Que te diviertas! - Have fun! (informal)
  • ¡Que se divierta! - Have fun! (formal)
  • ¡Que se diviertan! - Have fun! (plural)

  • ¡Buena suerte! - Good luck! 

  • ¡Buen viaje! - Have a nice trip! (neutral)
  • ¡Que tengas buen viaje! - Have a nice trip (informal)
  • ¡Que tenga buen viaje! - Have a nice trip (formal)
  • ¡Que tengan buen viaje! - Have a nice trip (plural)

  • ¡Cuídate (mucho)! - Take care! (informal)
  • ¡Cuídese (mucho)! - Take care! (formal)
  • ¡Cuídense (mucho)! - Take care (plural)

  • ¡Maneja con cuidado! - Drive safe! (informal)
  • ¡Maneje con cuidado! - Drive safe! (formal)
  • ¡Pórtate bien! - Be good! Behave yourself! (singular)
  • ¡Pórtense bien! - Bee good! Behave yourself! (plural)
    Mostly used when you talk to kids.

Hoping to see them again

  • ¡Vuelve pronto! - Come back soon! (informal)
  • ¡Vuelva pronto! - Come back soon! (formal)
  • ¡Vuelvan pronto! - Come back soon! (plural)

  • ¡Espero verte pronto! - I hope to see you soon (informal)
  • ¡Espero verlo/verla pronto! - I hope to see you soon (formal)
  • ¡Espero verlos/verlas pronto! - I hope to see you soon (plural)
    verlo = see you (to a man)
    verla = see you (to a woman)
    verlos = see you (to a group of men OR a group of men and women)
    verlas = see you (to a group of women)

  • ¡Espero verte otra vez! - I hope to see you again! (informal)
  • ¡Espero verlo/verla otra vez! - I hope to see you again! (formal)
  • ¡Espero verlos/verlas otra vez! - I hope to see you again! (plural)

Telling you were happy to see them

  • Me dio (mucho) gusto conocerte. - I (really) enjoyed meeting you (informal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto conocerlo/conocerla. - I (really) enjoyed meeting you (formal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto conocerlos/conocerlas. - I (really) enjoyed meeting you (plural)

  • Me dio (mucho) gusto verte. - I (really) enjoyed seeing you (informal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto verlo/verla. - I (really) enjoyed seeing you (formal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto verlos/verlas. - I (really) enjoyed seeing you (plural)

    We use “conocer” when we meet a person for the first time. We use “ver” when we meet a person that we already knew.
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto hablar/platicar contigo. - I (really) enjoyed talking/chatting with you (informal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto hablar/platicar con usted. - I (really) enjoyed talking/chatting with you (formal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto hablar/platicar con ustedes. - I (really) enjoyed talking/chatting with you (plural)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto saludarte. - I (really) enjoyed greeting you. / I really enjoyed saying hello to you. (informal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto saludarlo/saludarla. - I (really) enjoyed greeting you. (formal)
  • Me dio (mucho) gusto saludarlos/saludarlas. - I (really) enjoyed greeting you. (plural)
    I know in English this sounds a little weird or funny. But in Spanish we usually say this expression when we meet someone again after a long time and we are happy we were able to see them and talk with them.

Showing you also think about their family

  • Me saludas a tu(s) ______. - Say hello from me to your _______. (informal)
    Me saludas a tu mamá. - Say hello to your mom. (informal)
    Me saludas a tu familia. - Say hello to your family. (informal)
    Me saludas a tus papás. - Say hello to your parents. (informal)

  • Me saluda a su(s) _____. - Say hello from me to your ______. (formal)
    Me saluda a su esposa. - Say hello to your wife. (formal)
    Me saluda a su familia. - Say hello to your family. (formal)
    Me saluda a sus hijos. - Say hello to your children. (formal)
  • Dile a tu(s) _______ que le(s) mando saludos. - Tell your ________ that I say hello. (Tell your ____ that I send my greetings.) (informal)
    Dile a tu tía que le mando saludos. - Tell your aunt that I say hello. (informal)
    Dile a tus papás que les mando saludos. - Tell your parents that I say hello. (informal)

In Latin American culture family is very important. So showing people that you also care about their family is much appreciated too.

I hope this was useful for you! :)

Saludos (Greetings)

People always ask what is a long distance relationship,...

….how do they work, do they ever last and that they’re difficult.

True long distance is difficult but so is every relationship.

It’s a risk that everyone takes when they say words like “Will you be my girlfriend/boyfriend.”

But the truth is long distance is something than can be greater than having someone that lives in the same city as you.

Long distance is a comitment where the two of you might only see each other maybe once every six months or sometimes not even at all until one day you two find a way to meet.

It’s trust and love that may preval in long distance.

As long as if you keep your head up and believe in that you two can make it then one day both of your lives will collide and join as one.

It’s the will of love in the ones who care for each other that keeps them going on one day at a time.

Not everyone that they look for in someone is near by, that is why it’s okay to be with someone even though you may not even see them to often other than behind a monitor or hear there voice from phone call away.

No matter what people may say about long distance, it’s still something real in a relationship.

It just might take a little time in between before you two meet, but when you do its as if magic has struck.

Thoughts

I am so sorry for making a big fuss, friends. I’ve been thinking a lot about this and decided not to leave here. I know I’m no one and my whereabouts are hardly important, but I think I should make myself clear. Here are my thoughts;

a) I can ship anything. I’ve shipped Doctor Strange/Ross ever since Civil War came out. I love and respect BP too as a movie itself, I don’t want the movie just for some shipping. And I know other many shippers are the same.

b) Well, I had actually started deleting posts on my blog. I just couldn’t delete my account right away before download all the gifs ‘cause I don’t have my old gifs myself. Shame. But then I found that even after I had deleted my gifs, they would be reblogged forever without their home. And Tumblr even didn’t let me change the blog private. Guh.

c) I kept wondering; if I left here, would I also leave Sherlock or Benedict or Martin fandom or shipping Johnlock, EverStrange(or Stross?) or other things forever? I didn’t think so. I’ll end up coming back here again. With a new blog. Then where’s the meaning of deleting the old one.

d) There are so many good people here. I’ve got lots of sincere and heart warming messages. They gave me precious advice and provided new views that I should consider. I don’t want to bomb my dash with them, so please understand if I don’t reply. I’m so lucky and happy to have people like you, friends. I don’t know where else I can find friends like you. Thank you for your support. I love you all.

So, after making a scene and fully embarrassing myself in front of everybody, I’m still here. I apologize again for this. If someone don’t like having me here, please feel free to ignore / unfollow / block me.
Thank you.