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Often, it happens that when a family greets or says the following phrases and questions in Spanish to students, they do no understand what they mean and worse, some of these students come to think that they know nothing of Spanish.
Some of the most common phrases and questions are:
  ¿Cómo amaneció?  How did you wake up?: It’s a combination that asks how did you sleep?,  And how does it feel?
It is heard mainly in the morning.
The possible answers to this question are:
a) All right, what about you?
b) Luckily, great.
c) I woke up tired / good / great / etc.
  ¿Cómo le fue? How did it go ?: This question it is to know how his day went or he asked how it went in a specific activity.
The possible answers to this question are:
a) Very well luckily.
b) it was a difficult day.
c) It was super great.
 Dios lo acompañe. God be with you: This is a way to say “have a nice day.”
 Que le vaya bien. Go well: It is an expression to say, have a good day, a good trip or what is going to make any successful.
 Dios lo acompañe. God be with you: This phrase is used to wish you to have a good day, but because the culture is Christian, it is customary to say this phrase ‘Go with God’.