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Q: How do you say polite in Spanish?
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How do you say in spanish language' How are you?

"¿Cómo estás?" or in a polite way you can say: ¿Cómo está usted?

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The polite form is, "Despierte por favor."

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If you're concerned about being polite, you say, "¿Qué dice usted?' ( K DEE-say oo-stead?) If you're NOT concerned about being polite, you say, "¿Qué dices? (K DEE-ses?)

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"Piense usted en mañana," (polite) or "Piensate en mañana."

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What does entren mean in spanish?

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You learn (informal / polite you, plural in Spanish-America; only polite in Spain)They learn

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How do you say 'shut up' in Spanish?

"¡Cállate!" or "Cállese", but the nature of the statement is not "formal".