¿Qué paso? Is "what's up?" in Spanish. There are others too, but this works for the larger American audience.
The Spanish phrase for "What's up" in English is "Cuál está para arriba". Though I'm not sure if it means the same or not. In English it actually means that you are inquiring from someone what is above them. In slang though it's a substitute for "Hi" and is a form of greeting. So the translation in Spanish does not necessarily mean that it can be used as a greeting.
Hola como Esta's
There are already enough answers, but if by any chance one needs to order a beer in spanish (and that will happen sometime, we both know that) it is: Una cerveza por favor!
Que pasa with more emphasis on the pasa means what's up in spanish
You say co shy Kimito oxidize is how you say hey whats up in spanish.
In spanish you say it " hey q onda " its just a way of saying ''hi'' or ''hello'' :))
you could also say Q-bole...pronounced Q(like the letter) Bo(like a name) Le(lay)...if you are good at spanish the E is shortened like the E in Erin
You take the pancakes and put them in the oven after running them under hot water for two hours and once you do that the spanish translation will appear in the pancakes!!