You see the expression qué tal in Spanish books on occasion, but most of the time they just tell you it’s an informal greeting and case closed. That hardly does the expression qué tal any justice, so I put together a podcast about some of the most common uses for this expression and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at some of its other uses.
Here are a few more episodes of the Real Life Spanish podcast series to help you improve your conversational Spanish and understanding of the language.
- Learn to ask “What did you say?” like a native Spanish speaker
- The hidden meanings of qué rico, sabroso and delicioso
There are lots of free podcasts on the site to help you improve your conversational Spanish. You can find them all on this page: