Making plans – How to say I’m on the way

Welcome to another installment of Say it in Spanish.  This series of posts is designed to teach you common, everyday Spanish your textbook leaves out.

Let’s jump right into things.

It’s really common to make plans with your friends, so in today’s post you’ll learn a few simple sentences to let them know you’re on your way.

1. Casi salgo – I’m about to leave
2. Ya Voy saliendo – I’m leaving now
3. Voy en camino – I’m on the way
4. Ya salí – I already left

Hopefully you aren’t sending these messages from your shower like our friend in the picture, but that aside, these are great to use for either texting or talking on the phone with your Spanish friends.

That pretty much wraps things up for today, but stay tuned for another post in this series.

BEFORE YOU GO

If you want to learn more phrases to help you make plans in Spanish, then take a look at the My Spanish Phrasebook app for Android app.

It contains the phrases you learned above and over 1900+ additional useful phrases for travel and conversation.

Developed by me, the application is collection of practical, common and often indispensable Spanish phrases I’ve learned and needed while traveling in Spanish speaking countries over the last 13 years.

Many of the phrases you just won’t find in your run-of-the-mill guide books or apps and it’s updated at least once year with additional phrases I find necessary during my travels.

You can search the list, hear the pronunciation of each phrase, there are notes on usage when needed and it even specifies if a given phrase is particular to a specific region of the Spanish speaking world.

 

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