¡Jesús!                                   Bless you!

¡Qué aproveche!                    Enjoy your meal!

¡Qué lo pases bien!               Have a good time!

¡Qué frio!                                Isn’t it cold!

¡Qué calor!                             Isn’t it hot!

 

¡Enhorabuena!                       Congratulations (happy event)

¡Felicidades!                          Congratulations (special occasion)

¡Salud!                                    Cheers

 

Feliz navidad                          Happy Christmas

Feliz año                                 Happy New Year

Feliz santo                              Happy Saint's Day

Felices Fiestas                      Happy Holidays (usually Xmas)      

Felices Pascuas                    Happy Easter

 

¡Igualmente!                           The same to you!

 

¡Qué bonito!                           How pretty!

¡Qué suerte!                           How lucky!

¡Qué pena!                             What a pity!

¡Qué horror!                           How awful!

¡Qué asco!                             How disgusting!

¡Qué lata!                                What a nuisance!

¡Qué rabia!                             How infuriating!

¡Qué sueño!                           How sleepy (I am)!

¡Qué cara!                              What a cheek!

 

¡Diós mío!                              My God!

¡Ay por Diós!                          For God’s sake!

¡Madre mía!                            (Mother mine!)

¡Que va!                                  Come off it! / No way!

 

¡Claro!                                     Of course

¡Venga!                                   Come on!  Well, there you go!

 

(n.b. ¡Caramba! is a favourite exclamation found in Spanish text books. However, this expression is typical in South America but very rarely used in modern Spain)

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