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Spanish: Phrases > In trouble

The sentences presented in this section will help you with the most basic expressions in Spanish. It will certainly not be enough in order to start a conversation in Spanish, however being able to say a few words in the country's native language will evoke sympathy and understanding.

Quite some people in Spain and Latin America speak English quite well as a second language, however only in the larger cities. Still you are advised to purchase a language course before traveling.

Is there a problem? ¿Hay algun problema?
I didn't know. No sabía.
Help! ¡Ayuda!
Quickly, call 112. Rápido, llame a 112.
Call the police. Llame a la policía.
Call an ambulance. Llame a una ambulancia.
Call the fire brigade. Llame a los bomberos.
I am sick. Estoy enfermo.
My wallet / bag is stolen. Mi billetera / cartera fue robada.
Where is the police station / hospital? ¿Donde está la estación de policías / hospital?
I am (not) insured. (no) estoy asegurado.
Am I being arrested? ¿Me están arrestando?
I want a lawyer. Deseo un abogado.
I need a translator. Necesito un traductor.
Go away, or I'll scream. Vayase, o grito.
Piss off! Vete a la mierda (really ofensive)

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