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What's on your mind?

Informal Speech

What's the matter? - ¿Qué te pasa?
You look worried. - Te ves preocupada
Is anything wrong? - ¿Te sucede algo?
Come on, you can count on me. - Vamos, puedes confiar en mí.

I don't want to bother you. - No quiero molestarte.
No...it's just that...forget it. - No...es solo que...olvídalo...
I'm worried that ... - Me preocupa que ...
Sometimes I think I won't be able to make it. - ¡A veces pienso que no voy a poder con todo!
It's hard to [juggle work and family]! - ¡No es fácil hacer malabares entre [el trabajo y la familia]!
It clashes with [my schedule]. - Se superpone con [mi horario].

Maybe your [parents, friends] can help you out. - Quizás tus [padres; amigos] puedan ayudarte
Well, actually, [my mother] is busy in the morning. - Bueno, en realidad, [mi madre] está ocupada en la mañana.
And besides I don't want to... - Y, además, no quiero...
And besides I don't want to [cause any problems]. - Y, además, no quiero [causar nungún problema]

Take it easy. - Tómalo con calma.
I'll figure out what to do. - Yo resolveré qué hacer.

Oh, that's just what I need! Thanks a lot for your advice. - ¡Eso es justo lo que necesito!Muchas gracias por tu consejo.
Well, you see, things always have a way of working themselves out. - Bueno, ves, las cosas siempre se pueden solucionar de alguna manera


Speak Up! in Spanish

•  Speak Up! in Spanish - Talk about your schedule at work, and see about any changes that need to be made.

•  Speak Up! in Spanish - What's on your mind? Learn a few phrases to help you talk about any problems or worries that you may have.