Spanish Business Greeting-Not!

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Added: 8/22/07
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Comments On This Greeting ( 29 )
Comment Icon At 7/22/08, 3:03 PM, Profe said...
This recording uses inproper Spanish. The best way to describe it is English in Spanish.
Comment Icon At 7/22/08, 10:10 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Improper Spanish unprofesional
Comment Icon At 8/29/08, 10:55 AM, crownroyal said...
llamaremos para atras? LMAO. a MESS.
Comment Icon At 10/5/08, 10:20 PM, gregnice said...
llamaremos para atras is literally we'll call you back, but back in this sense is more like backwards, not a return
Comment Icon At 12/17/08, 7:17 AM, Billsnuts said...
Ok. Mr Dumass. I think you should teach Spanish
Comment Icon At 3/7/09, 4:12 PM, familyfirst said...
Very unprofesional........llamaremos para atras? ni que fuera burro....LMAO
Comment Icon At 4/12/09, 8:37 PM, *Anonymous* said...
This is very improper anyone that is calling from outside the US will think your business is not good at all. This is slang used mostly in the US by some spanish speakers.
Comment Icon At 4/17/09, 7:29 AM, KarenWalker said...
It's informal Spanish but that doesn't make it improper for a professional greeting. The voice is nice and the person sounds loose not stiff. It could be used as a professional greeting since the accent is neutral. When I speak to clients that I don't really know in Spanish I do say, Le devolvere la llamada lo mas pronto posible. BUT if I know them, I say, te llamo pa' 'tra LOL. Especially if they're Dominican.
Comment Icon At 5/1/09, 5:21 AM, Mariachi said...
Que tontos, llamaremos para atras. que no me contesten el telefono asi porque me los trueno.
Comment Icon At 5/15/09, 12:06 AM, eventhegringoknowsbetter said...
Terrible spanish... WTH llamaremos para atras This is typical of an uneducated spanish speaker.
Comment Icon At 6/6/09, 12:37 AM, Lulu1 said...
Business greeting? What are you talking about? That's Spanenglish. I do not speak Spanenglish. I was born and grew up in Mexico and I speak the right slang Spanish. A person from Mexico would think that this greeting is not cool at all. A person who speaks Spanish would think that whoever uses that language is uneducated. That is not Spanish a all. That is like speaking English, but with Spanish words. That sounds TERRIBLE!!! I would never use this greeting. No way!!
Comment Icon At 6/27/09, 7:52 PM, anonymo said...
this is NOT good for a business/formal greeting, it uses improper spanish... or should I say spanglish.
Comment Icon At 7/2/09, 11:07 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Maybe it's mis-titled and should have said UN-Professional Business Greeting?
Comment Icon At 9/30/09, 11:44 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Le llamaremos para atras, tan pronto terminemos de instalar la carpeta y de que el yardero termine de usar la guirira con la yarda. LOL
Comment Icon At 10/22/09, 10:45 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Amazing how uptight some of you get. Apparently Mexicans are the only ones on the face of this Earth that speak it correctly. True, the message is wrong, but it's funny how offended you get! hehe
Comment Icon At 10/27/09, 4:47 AM, c8ti said...
Mexicans aren't the only ones who speak Spanish... it's spoken in Europe and throughout North and South American officially... throughout the world as a second language.
Comment Icon At 12/15/09, 9:36 PM, matere said...
no se pueden quejar por lo menos todos rieron un poco. para atras? burro? jaja buenos los comentarios
Comment Icon At 3/6/10, 11:33 PM, *Anonymous* said...
as if the para 'tras wasn't bad enough, check out the tag for this - SAPNISH?
Comment Icon At 4/2/10, 6:51 AM, *Anonymous* said...
Mejor llama para alante.
Comment Icon At 6/1/10, 2:44 AM, Designerdigital said...
PARA ATRAS, POR DIOS!!
Comment Icon At 8/30/10, 1:37 AM, *Anonymous* said...
No te preocupes te llamaran en reversa...LOL ... Thanks
Comment Icon At 9/8/10, 6:03 PM, *Anonymous* said...
this is funny ... lol but for real... you all chill out. u dont like it, dont use it. es muy simple. :)
Comment Icon At 10/26/10, 5:53 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Stop being anal and just don't use it if you don't like it. I don't see you contributing.....jerkoffs.
Comment Icon At 2/5/11, 1:23 PM, *Anonymous* said...
espite it all, the correct Spanish is from SPAIN!! NOT MEXICO!! THATS WHY PEOPLE FROM SPAIN SAY THEY ARE SPANISH AND PEOPLE FROM MEXICO SAY THEY ARE MEXICANS. THE DIALECTS FROM ANY SPANISH SPEAKING COUNTRY OTHER THAN SPAIN CAN NEVER BE CONSIDERED TRUE SPANISH BY A LINGUIST, ANTHROPOLOGIST OR BY OFFICIAL STANDARDS. HOWEVER WHY COMPLAIN ABOUT THE SLAND, MOST ENGLISH SPEAKERS DO NOT SPEAK THE WAY PEOPLE IN ENGLAND DO (WICH IS THE CORRECT ENGLISH, SO WHO GIVES A HOOT) AND YES I AM AN ANTHROPOLOGIST/HISTORIAN
Comment Icon At 5/9/11, 4:29 PM, *Anonymous* said...
A really bad Syntax I no speaking spanish Country you say Le llamaremos para atrasthat is a literal translation from english, the correct syntax is Le devolveremos la llamada
Comment Icon At 9/2/11, 12:51 AM, *Anonymous* said...
ZORRRAS!
Comment Icon At 10/31/11, 1:47 AM, *Anonymous* said...
to THE ANTHROPOLOGIST/ HISTORIAN, I am surprised that you don not know, Latin ameican people speak CASTILLIAN, not Spanish...Go back to school and learn something!!! I am 100% Mexican-American.
Comment Icon At 7/16/12, 9:34 PM, *Anonymous* said...
its amazing you people really have a lot of time on your hands to critique someone offering you something for free. And to the MEXICAN-AMERICAN: you dont speak spanish, Castillo, or any other derivative of the castillian dialect. Please, dont insult people if you dont know what the hell you are talking about. It is very typical of ungrateful people to respond in this fashion.
Comment Icon At 8/28/12, 11:25 PM, *Anonymous* said...
Hola!

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