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You probably all know the meaning of “¿Qué tal?” but do you make the most of it???
It is very useful and, in Spanish, it is used a lot in informal situations to ask about many things.
Students are usually complaining about how long the sentences in Spanish are in comparison to English. HOWEVER, here we have the opposite example. Good news for you guys!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
As we said before, ¿QUÉ TAL? is used in informal or coloquial situations. Here are some examples:
- To ask how you are: ¿qué tal? ¿qué tal estás?
- To ask how the weekend went: ¿qué tal el fin de semana?
- If we want to know about a recent trip: ¿qué tal el viaje?
- Or how did the exam go? ¿Qué tal el examen?
- To ask about a film, if you like it or not: ¿qué tal la película?
Even in class, I’m sure you have heard your teacher asking ¿QUÉ TAL? Not just to ask how you are today but how one exercise went for you, if it was easy, complicated, etc.
So, guys, ¿qué tal el artículo? Espero que os haya gustado 🙂 🙂 🙂