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    Hi

    My husband and I are retired teachers.We are trying to pick up Spanish by ourselves so I think I will be asking a number of questions in this forum.

    Today we are trying to find out when one would use
    Qué Aproveche and when you use Buen Provecho before a meal?
    Thank you

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    Default Re: Jumac123

    Hi! And welcome
    About your question: just like you said, before the meal, in Spain is mostly "Que aproveche, and in Argentina is "Buen Provecho" as far as I know.
    Hope that answer is to your liking.

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    Default Re: Jumac123

    Thank you very much for the explantion

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    I can't say where these phrases are used specifically but I believe both will be understood in any Spanish speaking country. My personal experience, which is limited to Mexico and the countries in Central and South America, is that "buen provecho" is most commonly used.
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