The use of "buenas tardes" and "buenas noches" depends on the time of day. Before dark you would use the former, and after dark the latter.
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. buenas noches
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! We have a wonderful show for you tonight.Señoras y señores, ¡buenas noches! Esta noche les presentamos un espectáculo maravilloso.
b. buenas tardes
Hello, good evening. Could I speak to Mr. Roman, please?Hola, buenas tardes. ¿Podría hablar con el señor Román, por favor?
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