ASK A QUESTION how do you say whats up girl in spanish
like when you are talking to one of your friends and they are spanish i wanted to kno what is the best way of saying it
Why not go for:
'What a terribly pleasant afternoon don't you think? Awfully clement for the time of year.'
Something a little more sophisticated...
That aside, in Colombia people say:
¿Q'hubo? (from ¿Qué hubo, pronounced CUE-bo) and ¿Qué más? Not sure about the girl bit.
Yes, I would have said, ¿Qué tal,( chica)?
Well, do you prefer your slang the ghetto version ¿Qué es la que hay gata?, proper version ¿Qué tal chica?, or maybe even a friendly insult version ¿Qué onda mensa?
Any of those could work... (in Spanish, its really not common nor necessary to specify girl at the end)
Please don't say, ¿Qué tal, mensa? It means, what's up stupid. ¿Qué onda chica/amiga? is a much nicer way to say what's up.
In mexican slang, ¿Qué onda?
I think you could also say ¿Qué pasa chica?
How about saying : Qué hay de nuevo What's new
You should check out the flashcards - Greetings.
Loads to pick from there