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This page describes a conversation in Spanish in order to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. In reality, what you wish to have is a friendly conversation, which is what you would want in any language you are speaking.
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Before practicing this you may want to read and learn the Spanish alphabet. The reason I emphasize the alphabet, is because you really need to know the sounds of the vowel and consonants.
You can learn about the vowels and consonants in the following page called: The Alphabet:
After you learn the vowel and consonants, then you could consider hearing and practicing the expression.
1 - Learning salutations:
Hola, ¿Cómo está usted?
Hola means "Hello" and it is followed by: ¿Cómo está usted?
Notice that in formal Spanish writing, each sentence or phrase THAT IS A QUESTION starts with an “UPSIDE-DOWN” question mark.
In the Spanish culture, if you are not is some familiarity with the other person you will typically refer to the person as "usted." Typical familiarities are family, friends, in many occassions, the familiarity applies to peer at work. Though, even if it a peer at work, and they are of different sex, you will typically use the term "usted."
If there is enough confidence to call them “tú” then you say: ¿Cómo estás tú?
Answering the question ¿Cómo está usted?
There are various way to answer this question:
You can then start to pray as follows:
“Dios, te pido que sanes a (name of the person). En el nombre de Jesucristo te pido que esta enfermedad sea sanada.
This is the same as saying in English:
“God, I ask you to heal (name of the person). In the name of Jesus Christ I ask you that this sickness be heal.
Comments or Definitions:
Cómo = How
está = are
enfermo = sick
orar = pray
me siento = I feel
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