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rojo
red
anaranjado
orange
ojos
eyes
Cual es su nombre
What is your name
Como se llama?
What is your name?
mas o menos
more or less / I'm ok, alright
me llamo
my name is
nos vemos a proximo semano
See you next week
enero
january
febrero
february
marzo
march
abril
april
mayo
may
juno
june
julio
july
augosto
august
septiembre
september
octubre
october
noviembre
november
diciembre
december
lunes
monday
martes
tuesday
miercoles
wednesday
jueves
thursday
viernes
friday
sabado
saturday
domingo
sunday
otono
fall
siempre
always
cafe claro
light brown / light coffee
cafe oscuro
dark brown / dark coffee
mucho gusto
The pleasure is mine
bajo(a)
short (version that is rude to say)
bajito(a)
short (version that is acceptable)
mi gordito(a)
My little dumpling (term of endearment)
mis ojos son azules
my eyes are blue
mi pelo es cafe
my hair is brown
el reloj
a timepiece
los relojes
timepieces
Que hora es?
Que horas son?
What time is it?
son las dos
it's two o:clock
son las dos en punto
it's two o:clock on the dot
es la una
it's one o:clock
es la una en punto
it's one o:clock on the dot
es la una menos cinco
it's 12:55
son las diez y treinta
son las diez y media
it's 10:30
son las diez y quince
son las diez y cuarto
it's 10:15
cuarto/quince despues de las diez
it's 10:15 (15 minutes past 10)
cinco para las doce
it's 11:55 (5 minutes til 12)
son las once menos cuarto
it's 10:45 (most common)
perdedor
loser (to your peers)
de donde es usted?
where are you from?
tengo hambre
I'm hungry
yo buen
I'm good looking
yo soy casado
I'm married
yo soy soltero(a)
I'm single
Te estas divirtiendo?
Are you having fun?
de quien es el turno de lavar los platos?
Whose turn is it to wash the dishes?
Por favor me eneno como hacer pupusas?
Will you teach me to make pupusas?
un baso de agua
a glass of water
donde te duele?
Where does it hurt?
como estuvo su dia?
how was your day?
treinta
thirty
cero
zero
los numeros son
the numbers are
los dias de la semana son
the days of the week are
las estaciones del ano son
the seasons of the year are
cuarenta
forty (40)
cincuenta
fifty (50)
sesenta
sixty (60)
setenta
seventy (70)
ochenta
eighty (80)
noventa
ninety (90)
cien
one hundred (100)
doscientos
two hundred (200)
novecientos
nine hundred (900)
mil (1.000)
one thousand (1.000)
un million (1.000.000)
one million (1.000.000)
mil novecientos veinte (1920)
nineteen hundred and twenty (1920)
mil ciento treinta y seis (1.136)
eleven hundred and thirty six (1.136)
quinientos cincuenta (550)
five hundred fifty (550)
alto(a)
tall
bigote
moustache
viejo(a)
old
viejo verde
dirty old man
barba
beard
joven
young
rubio(a)
blonde
pelo corto
short hair
pelo lacio
straight hair
pelo largo
long hair
pelo corto
short hair
pelo rizado
curly hair
delgado(a)
thin
gordo(a)
fat (impolite way)
amarillo
yellow
azul
blue
rojo
red
cafe
carmelito
marron
brown (3 ways)
sombrero
hat
corbata
tie
camisa
shirt
saco
sport coat
traje
suit
chaqueta
jacket
sueter
sweater
blusa
blouse
falda
skirt
botas
boots
abrigo
coat
morado (2 meanings)
purple
bruise
vestido
dress
rosado
pink
esto

masc: este / estos
fem : esta /estas
this/these
eso

masc: ese / esos
fem : esa / esas
that/those
Que es esto?
What is this?
Que son estos?
What are these?
Que es eso?
What is that?
Que son esos?
What are those?
Es este(o)un libro?
Is this a book?
Si, esto es un libro
Yes, this is a book.
Es ese un libro?
Is that a book?
Si, ese es un libro.
Yes, that is a book.
Son estos unos libros?
Are these books?
Son esos unos libros?
Are those books?
No, estos no son unos libros.
No, these are not books.
No, esos no son unos libros.
No, those are not books.
Aqui
Over here
Alla
Over there
El lapiz esta aqui
The pencil is here/over here
El lapiz esta alla
The pencil is over there
papa (with accent)
father / daddy
papa (without accent)
potato
mama (with accent)
mother / mommy
mama (without accent)
monica lewinsky and bill clinton
de quien?
whose is?
buenos dias
good day
buenas tardes
good afternoon
buenas noches
good evening
el gusto es mio
the pleasure is mine
yo hablo poquito espanol
I speak pieces of spanish
yo hablo poqueno espanol
I speak a little spanish
Donde vive usted?
Qual es su direccion?
Where do you live?
casa
house
hermano
brother
zapato
shoe
llover
to rain
cocinar
to cook
carretera
road
perro
dog
zoologico
zoo
jugar
to play games
helado
ice cream
aji
cayenne pepper
trabajar
to work
cancionero
book of songs
telefono
telephone
manzana
apple
platano
banana
nino
baby
huevo
egg
yo
me / I
amigo(a)
friend
telarana
spider web
televisor
television
La cocina es pequena
The kitchen is small
El libro es corto
The book is short
la ultima
the last one
feo(a)
ugly
El mercado es antiguo.
The market is old.
viejito(a)
old man/woman (acceptable way to say)
senora
married woman
senorita
unmarried woman
Dona
miss (first name)
miss jannine
miss anna
Yo tomo cerveza con mis amigos
I drink beer with my friends
Tu entiendes espanol, pero no practicas todos los dias.
You want to learn spanish, but, you don't practice every day.
Los lunes mi mama come en un restaurante
On Mondays my mother eats in a restaurant.
Antonia y yo subimos a la montana.
Antonia and I climb the mountain
Ellas comen un postre delicioso.
The girls eat a delicious dessert.
Yo no tomo cerveza, pero si tomo cafe.
I don't drink beer, but, I drink coffee
Ellos compran helado
The boys buy ice cream
Usted ordena la comida del menu
You (formal) order food from the menu
Yo toco la guitarra
I play the guitar
Yo desayuno a las seis a la manana
I have breakfast at 6 in the morning
Conjugate colgar (hang)
cuelgo
cuelgas
cuelga
colgamos
cuelgan
Yo cuelgo la ropa
I hang the clothes
Nosotros colgamos la ropa
We hang the clothes
Conjugate Servir (to serve)
sirvo
sirves
sirve
servimos
sirven
conjugate jugar (to play)
juego
juegas
juega
jugamos
juegan
Yo juego futbol
I play soccer
conjugate fritar (to fry)
frito
fritas
frita
fritamos
fritan
Los hermamos fritan el carne con queso
The brothers fry the beef with cheese
La familia almuerza en el restaurante los sabados
The family eats lunch in the restaurant on saturdays
conjugate almorzar (to have lunch)
almuerzo
almuerzas
almuerza
almorzamos
almuerzan
conjugate pensar (to think)
pienso
piensas
piensa
pensamos
piensan
Cuantos hermanos tienes?
How many brothers do you have?
Yo tengo dos hermanos
I have two brothers
El se llama Bob
His name is bob
El vive en la calle thompson
He lives on thompson street
El tiene tres hermanos
He has three brothers
Yo tengo un hermano y una hermana.
I have one brother and one sister
Donde vives?
Where do you live?
SER (to be...) describes what characteristics for people?

soy
eres
es
somos
son
Describes:
Profession
Nationality
Religion, Political party
Marital status
Person's quality
Talk about siblings or to identify
Ella es (ser) una buena persona
She is a nice person
Mis ojos son (ser) azules
My eyes are blue
El es (ser) mi tio
He is my uncle
Quien eres (ser) tu?
Who are you?
Quienes son (ser) ellos?
Who are they?
Yo soy (ser) un profesor.
I am a teacher.
Uds son (ser) estudiantes.
You (all) are students.
SER (to be...) describes what characteristics for things?

soy
eres
es
somos
son
For identification
Characteristics: color, size, form, place of origin, possession, weight
Time
Impersonal sentences (it's good to eat)
Es bueno comer
It's good to eat
Es malo saltar
It's bad to jump
La leche es (ser) blanca
The milk is white
La casa azul es (ser) mia
The blue house is mine
ESTAR (to be)- when used

Estoy
Estas
Esta
Estamos
Estan
To describe a temporary condition of the subject.
To describe emotional condition (happy, sad)
To describe health issues.
To describe temperature of objects.
To express location of persons, places, things.
Donde esta (estar) carolina?
Where is carolina?
Ellos estan (estar) cansados
They are tired
Yo estoy (estar) enfermo
I am sick
Como estas (estar)?
How are you?
Ser aburrido
To be boring
Ser listo
To be clever
Estar listo
To be ready
Ser verde
To be green
Estar verde
To be unripe
Nosotros no estamos (estar)enfermos, pero nosotros somos (ser) enfermos.
We aren't physically ill, but, we are mentally ill.
The Ser form of to be is used when what is in the sentence?
De

Which form of to be do you find when De is in the sentence?

Ser or Estar
Ther ESTAR form of to be is used when what is in the sentence?
En

En donde
En ahora
En con
De donde es usted?
Where are you from?
Yo soy de Washington.
I am from Washington.
Duncan, eres tu de Italia?
Duncan, are you from Italy?
No, yo soy de los estados unidos.
No, I'm from the U.S.