"Okay" in Spanish
Any words or particular word that Spanish speakers use to express their consent with something? English has "sure", "okay", "fine", etc.
Surely it isn't just sí
If you are in Spain you will hear "¡Vale!" for 'Okay.' Actually you'll hear that dozens of times a day, as it is a common interjection.
Others, depending on the context, are:
I have had professors that say "bueno" in the same situation as ok.
I say sale, bueno, va, órale.
"Está bien" can translate to mean "Okay"
Even better English "Okay" = "Okey" in Spanish now and is used all the time (or just "Ok" is fine).
Well, here in Baja you hear "ok". That darn Spanglish. Really everyone says "ok", or "bueno".
In Costa Rica
"okay" okay (OK in sms text)
and only here "pura vida" for all of the above and more.
what does naco mean?
"Vale" es un parabla que es se busando hallar. Si es bien. Muy bien es bien tambien. OK (vale) is the word you are looking to find. Yes (Si) is good. Very good (muy bien) is good also.
When we first started travelling I couldn´t figure out what in the world "stabien" meant -- until I realized I was hearing "está bien" over and over!
umm i think some people say sí...