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I work in a hospital & take patients to their examination room.

I will ask them to: "Please follow me".

What is the correct (formal) way to say in Spanish: "Please follow me".

Muchas gracious, judy

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The "por favor" is somewhat superflous as the Spanish don't use words like "please" and "thank you" (also sorry/excuse me etc.) as much as English speakers. This is because using the usted form as in "sigame" is the Spanish way of showing politeness and deference

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"Por favor sígame" is the easiest way, I believe and quite proper... anybody else? raspberry

  • Not sure if "venga conmigo" is also appropriate? With the por favor, of course! - cristalino Mar 1, 2011 flag
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Por aquí por favour - This way please.

  • Hey Ian! Love your "British" insertion of the letter "u" in favor! Can't say I blame you! :) - cristalino Mar 3, 2011 flag
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