Old May 12, 2015, 05:39 PM
EstoyContentoHoy EstoyContentoHoy is offline
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Good Introduction

Hello, I have a Spanish Final speaking exam tomorrow for Spanish 1, and I would like to impress the teacher by incorporating elaborate vocabulary into my introduction.

All I can think of currently is something like,

"¡Hola, mi amigo! Me llamo ___, y estoy muy contento hoy, porque hace mucho calor. ¿Como estás?"

and then continuing with whatever the prompt would like. It needs to be about this short, as I am only allotted 1 minute to answer the prompt, but if there is anything more advanced you would recommend, please let me know.

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Old May 12, 2015, 07:10 PM
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Welcome EstoyContentoHoy and your post reminds me of similar experiences years ago at school.

What do you mean by "elaborate?" Probably not super-formal since your proposal uses the familiar form of the second person singular. Give us an example of how you want to say it in English so we can know the proper register in Spanish: street talk, slang, flowery, supercilious, among friends of both sexes, etc.

Again, Welcome to you!
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