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abuela
grandmother
abuelo
grandfather
bisabuelo
great grandfather
bisabuela
great grandmother
compañero/compañera
companion, significant other
cuñada
sister-in-law
cuñado
brother-in-law
esposa
wife
esposo
husband
gemelo/gemela
twin
hermana
sister
hermano
brother
hermanastra
stepsister
hermanastro
stepbrother
hija (adoptiva)
(adopted) daughter
hijo (adoptiva)
(adopted) son
hijastra
stepdaughter
hijastro
stepson
madrastra
stepmother
madre
mother
media hermana
half sister
media hermano
half brother
nieta
granddaughter
nieto
grandson
nuera
daughter-in-law
padrastro
stepfather
padre
father
padres
parents
pariente
relative
primo/prima
cousin
sobrina
niece
sobrino
nephew
suegra
mother-in-law
suegro
father-in-law
tía
aunt
tío
uncle
viuda
widow
viudo
widower
yerno
son-in-law
aburrido/aburrida
bored
alegre
happy
animado/animada
excited
cansado/cansada
tired
contento/contenta
happy
deprimido/deprimida
depressed
encantado/encantada
delighted
enojado/enojada
angry
furioso/furiosa
furious
nervioso/nerviosa
nervous
ocupado/ocupada
busy
orgulloso/orgullosa (de)
proud (of)
preocupado/preocupada
worried
seguro/segura
sure
triste
sad
Todos estamos bien.
We are all well.
Hoy Pablito está mal.
Today Pablito is sick.
Alex está regular.
Alex is fair.
Cristina y Rosa están enfermas.
Cristina and Rosa are sick.
Estoy enojado.
I am angry.
¿Cómo estás?
How are you feeling? (familiar)
¿Cómo están?
How are they feeling?
¿Cómo está usted?
How are you feeling? (formal)
¿Cómo están ustedes?
How are you all feeling? (formal)
fuegos artificiales
fireworks
desfile
parade
teatro
theatre
concierto
concert
supermercado
supermarket
biblioteca
library
diariamente
daily
comida
food
alfombra
rug
ropa
clothing
regalo
gift
Cómo decir la hora.
How to tell time.
Son las nueve en punto.
It is exactly nine o'clock.
Son las ocho y media de la mañana.
It is 8:30 in the morning.
A las dos de la tarde.
At 2 in the afternoon.
Qué hora es?
What time is it?
Es la una menos cuarto.
It is a quarter until one.
Son las nueve de la noche.
It is 9 at night.
hijo único
only child (son)
abuelo materno
maternal grandfather
abuela paterna
paternal grandmother
árbol genealógico
family tree
¡Pablito, miras el perrito!
Pablito, look at the doggie!
¡Susanita, deséas el gatito!
Susanita, do you want the kitty?
Jane, hija de Jim Smith y Mary Jones se casa Bob Dole. ¿Se llamará?
Jane Smith Jones de Dole.
What do I call my llama whose name is Wooly in Spanish?
You figure it out.
el centro comercial
the shopping center
¿Dónde está la ciudad de Springfield?
Where is the city of Springfield?
The city of Springfield is to the west of Columbus.
La ciudad de Springfield está al oeste de Columbus.
¿De dónde es?
Where are you from?
México está en Norteamérica.
Mexico is in North America.
sureste
southeast
noroeste
northwest
¿Quién está en casa?
Who is at home?
Mi esposa y mis hijos están en casa.
My wife and children are at home.
cara a cara
face-to-face
ayudar
to help
buscar
to look for
cantar
to sing
charlar
to chat
comprar
to buy
consultar
to check, to look-up
cuidar
to take care of
desear
to want, to wish
enseñar
to teach
entregar
to hand-in, hand over
escuchar
to listen
esperar
to hope, to wait (for)
estudiar
to study
ganar
to earn, to win
gastar
to spend
hablar
to speak
invitar
to invite
limpiar
to clean
llamar
to call
llevar
to take, to carry
mandar
to send
mirar
to look at, to watch
necesitar
to need
pagar
to pay
practicar
to practice
preparar
to prepare
sacar
to take, to get
terminar
to finish
tocar
to play (an instrument)
tomar
to take, to drink
trabajar
to work
usar
to use
viajar
to travel
visitar
to visit
Yo deseo estudiar.
I want to study.
Tú deseas trabajar.
You want to work. (familiar)
Ella desea enseñar.
She wants to teach.
Ellos desean practicar.
They want to practice.
Deseamos limpiar.
We want to clean-up.
Estudio por la mañana.
I study in the morning.
Trabajo por la noche.
I work in the evening.
Bebo té al mediodía.
I drink tea at noon.
¿Quièn esta en el trabajo?
Who is at work?
Él desea llamar a su abuelita.
He wants to call his dear grandmother.
Ellos necesitan sacar photos.
They need to take photographs.
Ceno a la medianoche.
I eat at midnight.
¿Escuchas la radio?
Do you listen to the radio? (familiar)
Mando correos electrónicos todos los dias.
I send e-mails everyday.
Mi cámara está aquí.
My camera is here.
La café esta allí.
The cafe is there.
Mi primo Daniel viaja mucho.
My cousin Daniel travels a lot.
Espero ayudar estudio los océanos.
I hope to help study the oceans.
Necesitan dinero para comprar una bolsa.
They need money to buy a bag.
Necesitamos llevar nuestras sandalias para la playa.
We need to take our sandals for the beach.
¿Quiénes estan en California?
Who (all) is in California.
cenar
to eat
la semana
the week
entonces
then
las respuestas
the answers
un poco más
a little more
La fiesta es en mi casa mañana.
The party occurs at my house tomorrow.
Mi hermana está en la escuela.
My sister is in school.