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Is Que tal formal or informal?

Is Que tal formal or informal?

¿Qué tal? is used in both, informal and formal situations, so you can greet an elderly person with ¿qué tal?

How do you reply to Que tal?

2 Answers. Bien, bien,¿ y usted/tu? Muy bien, gracias, is the straightforward reply and as Annie says it is polite to ask how they are. You could also say ‘genial’ or if your feeling out of sorts ‘asi, asi’ [so, so] The last two answers are to someone who is interested in how you feel ie a friend.

What’s Que tal mean?

It means “What’s up” in general.

Is estas formal?

Como estás is the informal version of how are you, or the tú form of saying you. Está is the formal version or the usted form of you.

How do you tell if a sentence is formal or informal in Spanish?

In formal speaking or writing you’d use the “usted” form to conjugate your verbs. For example, “¿Cómo está usted?” In informal speech and writing you’d use the “tu” form. For example, “¿Cómo estás?” Formal should be used with teachers, strangers, elders, etc.

Who uses Que tal?

7 Answers. “¿Qué tal?” is so very common in Mexico that it is not really thought of as slang any more where “¿Qué onda?” still is. Both are perfectly acceptable, but “¿Qué onda?” isn’t usually used by the “establishment types.” At least in Spain ¿Qué tal? is maybe the most common way for asking how are you?.

What language is Que tal?

Spanish language

Is Que tal a greeting?

Yes, it is a very informal greeting. It is written correctly like this: ¿Qué tal? = How are things with you /How are you doing?

How do you say estoy bien?

estoy bienSpanishDict Phonetic Alphabet (SPA) ehs. – toy. byehn.International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) es. – toi. βjen.Spanish Alphabet (ABC) es. – toy. bien.

What is Hola que tal?

ho·la qué tal Interjection. Translate “hola qué tal” to English: hi how are you.

What is hasta luego?

Translated literally from Spanish to English, hasta luego means “until then.” (Until then is used in English in the exact same way—to say you’ll see someone soon.) It’s informal in Spanish, but it’s even more informal in English.