Hola means hello.
what does that mean
De nada literally means "it's nothing." It's another way of saying "thank you."
@Ms. Sue isn't 'de nada' mean 'your welcome."?
oh, well thanks again, sorry, I am taking spanish for the fist time and struggling, thank you for your help, I mean De nada, did I use that right?
Ooops, you're right John. De nada is another way of saying "you're welcome."
oh, well how do you say thank you?
Thank you is 'gracias'
Thank you very much is 'muchas gracias'
well, muchas gracias to both of you
dont forget the accent over the i
What are you talking about, there is no accent over the 'i'
Correct = no accent on "gracias" or on "muchas gracias" either!
Hola can also mean "Hi" in popular speech.