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how to say good in spanish

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There are several ways to say "good" in Spanish, depending on the context and what you want to convey:

1. Bueno/Buena (adjective):

  • This is the most direct translation of "good" and is used to describe something positive or favorable. It can be used for objects, people, situations, or qualities.
    • Example: "Me siento bueno hoy." (I feel good today.)
    • Example: "La comida está buena." (The food is good.)

2. Bien (adverb):

  • This translates to "well" and is used to describe how something is done or how something is. It can also be used to express agreement or approval.
    • Example: "Ella canta bien." (She sings well.)
    • Example: "Bien dicho." (Well said.)

3. Other options:

  • Depending on the context, you can also use other words or phrases to express "good":
    • Genial: Great (informal)
    • Fantástico: Fantastic
    • Maravilloso: Wonderful
    • Estupendo: Excellent
    • Está bien: It's alright (neutral)

It's important to note that the pronunciation of these words can vary slightly depending on the Spanish dialect.

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