How do you feel today in spanish?

Taking a few minutes each day to check in with ourselves can help us stay aware of our emotions and moods. This can not only help us to manage our own mental health, but can also help us to be more understanding and supportive of others.

How do you feel today? ¿Cómo te sientes hoy? This is a question we often ask others, but how often do we take the time to ask ourselves this important question?

How do you say card in spanish?

How do you say  “card” in Spanish?  This question pops up a lot, when people are looking for the right way to say “thank you,” when they want to send a belated birthday card from across the country or maybe when a store is moving and giving out cards.

Card:  Un regalo/carta/tarjeta. Some examples of these cards are:

Un obsequio .  A gift card (una tarjeta de regalo). El certificado de una tienda de descuentos.  Store certificate (certificado de tienda, similar to the previous one).

Las personas que no pueden asistir a una fiesta, envían una tarjeta de felicitación.  People who can’t attend a party send a congratulations card (una tarjeta de felicitación).

Las personas que no pueden asistir a un funeral, envían una tarjeta de condolencias.  People who can’t attend a funeral send a condolences card (una tarjeta de condolencia).

Here are some examples of how this noun is used in different contexts:

Este regalo es para ti. Es mi manera de darte las gracias por todo lo que has hecho para mí.  This gift is for you. It’s my way of thanking you for everything you’ve done for me.

Un obsequio para ti. Esto es un regalo de cumpleaños, aunque esté un poco tarde.  A gift for you. This is a birthday gift, even though it’s a little late.

Querida/o  felicitaciones por tu nuevo trabajo!  Dear congratulations on your new job!

Que pena no poder asistir a tu fiesta. Te envió una tarjeta de felicitación.  I’m sorry I can’t attend your party. I’m sending you a congratulations card.

Te envío estas flores en representación de todas las personas que te queremos y no pudimos asistir al funeral.

I’m sending you these flowers on behalf of all the people who love you and couldn’t attend the funeral.

NOTE: If you want to say “thank you” in Spanish, it’s “gracias.” You can use “muchas gracias” for “thank you very much.”

Que tengas un buen día!

Have a good day!

Que te vaya bien!

Good luck! (literally “that it goes well for you”)

Espero que te recuperes pronto.

I hope you recover soon.

Suerte!

Good luck!/Luck be with you!/I hope you catch lightening in a bottle and win the lottery and become rich and famous etc.!

Muchas gracias por todo lo que has hecho para mí.

Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for me.

Muchas gracias .

Thanks very much. (literally “many thanks”)

Te deseo lo mejor.

I wish you the best.

Felicidades!

Happy birthday!/Congratulations!/Many happy returns!

Enhorabuena!

Well done!/Good for you!/You go, girl!/Atta girl!

NOTE: If you want to say “you’re welcome” in Spanish you say “de nada” or if it’s more of an ongoing event, you can use “con mucho gusto.”

No hay de qué.

You’re welcome./Don’t mention it/It was nothing.

De nada .

You’re welcome./Don’t mention it/It was nothing.

Con mucho gusto.

I’m happy to help./With pleasure.

NOTE: If you’re talking about giving a gift, “de nada” is the correct response. Saying “con mucho gusto” would be like saying “you’re welcome” when someone thanks you for a drink.

Gracias por tu regalo.

Thank you for your gift.

No hay de qué.

You’re welcome. (literally “there is nothing of which”)

De nada .

You’re welcome./Don’t mention it/It was nothing. (literally “of nothing”)

Con mucho gusto.

I’m happy to help./With pleasure. (literally “with a lot of pleasure”)

NOTE: Saying “muchas gracias” is very common, but if you want to say “thank you” in Spanish, it’s “gracias.” You can use “muchas gracias” for “thank you very much.”

Querida/o felicitaciones por tu nuevo trabajo!

Dear congratulations on your new job!

Te deseo lo mejor.

I wish you the best.

Muchas gracias por todo lo que has hecho por mí.

Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for me.

Muchas gracias .

Thanks very much. (literally “many thanks”)

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