How do I say "bonus" in Spanish? | SpanishDict Answers
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I would like to put a bonus section on my Spanish syllabus but am unsure of what to name the section. I learned "bono" in school but am told that is wrong. When I say a bonus section I mean a section where I list the opportunities where students can earn bonus points. Please help! smile

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  • Or perhaps the phrase "extra credit"...? - tennismom Jun 9, 2010 flag

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Hola,

Yo diría, "puntos extra".

  • i completely agree. - AntMexico Jun 9, 2010 flag
  • I am just learning Spanish, so for me this would clearly mean "bonus points". - Rikko Jun 9, 2010 flag
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Bonificación. grin

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Perhaps you could say "La sección de puntos adicionales".

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Bonus Points: Puntos de bonificación smile

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bonificación, aguinaldo, prima, bono (spanglish).

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I'd at least think about "plus". It has a legitimate meaning "ventaja" which coincides quite closely with the English "bonus" and it's a whole lot shorter and snappier than some of the possibilites.

...and you don't have to include any accents.

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