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30 Cards in this Set

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señora (Sra.)
Mrs.
señorita (Srta.)
Miss
estoy
I am (I'm feeling...)
tú estás
you are (familiar)
Ud. está
you are (formal)
la ciudad
the city
los Estados Unidos
the United States
cubano(a)
Cuban (m., f.)
mexicano(a)
Mexican (m., f.)
norteamericano(a)
North American (m., f.)
puertorriqueño(a)
Puerto Rican (m., f.)
y
and
Es tarde.
It's late.
Gracias.
Thank you.
Perdón.
Excuse me.
¿Cuál es...?
What's...?
el número?
the number?
la página Web?
the Web page?
el fax?
the fax?
el correo electrónico?
the e-mail?
Me hace el favor de...
I'd like you (singular)
Me hacen el favor de...
I'd like you (plural)
¡Vamos a escribir!
Let's write!
¡Vamos a escribir!
Let's write!
¡Vamos a escuchar!
Let's listen!
¡Vamos a Hablar!
Let's talk!
¡Vamos a leer!
Let's read!
At what time of day do you use the phrase "buenas tardes"?
From noon to nightfall.
After nightfall, what phrase do you use to say goodnight?
buenas noches
Both tú and usted mean "you". What is the difference in these two terms?
Use tú when speaking to a young person or anyone you'd call by first name. Use usted (abbreviated Ud.) when speaking to an adult you don't know well or to people you'd call by their last name.