1. (colloquial) (used in questions)
a. qué tal
What's up? It's good to see you again.¿Qué tal? Me da gusto verte de nuevo.
b. qué pasa
Hey, Michael! What's up with you?¡Oye, Michael! ¿Qué pasa contigo?
c. qué hay
Rosita, what's up in town?Rosita, ¿qué hay en el pueblo?
d. qué onda (colloquial) (Latin America)
Good morning, Fred! What's up?¡Buenos días, Fred! ¿Qué onda?
e. pasa algo
What's up? You look a little sick.¿Pasa algo? Te ves un poco mal.
2. (used in statements)
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