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pretty
lindo(a)
foolish, dumb
tonto(a)
somewhat
algo
your
tu
you
while/during
mientras
dinner
cena
to call
llamar
to need
necesitar
What are forms of gustar?
me gusta(n)
té gusta(n)
le gusta(n)
nos gusta(n)
so much, so many
tanto(a)
I go running.
Voy a correr.
January
enero
February
febrero
March
marzo
August
agosto
the season
la estación
the winter
el invierno
the autumn
el otoño
the spring
la primavera
monday
lunes
It is one o'clock.
Es la una.
It is 11 oclock.
Son las once.
When is de la mañana/tarde/noche used?
When a specific time in the morning/afternoon/evening is being stated.
When is en or por la mañana/tarde/noche used?
To express a general time (not specific clock time)
How do you indicate something happens on a particular day?
Using the definitive article (el, la, las, los)
Theres a party on Monday.
Hay una fiesta el lunes.
What is the formula for dates?
el+(numero)+de+(mes)+de+(año)
the screen
la pantalla
the speakers
el parlantes
the flower
la flor
the door
la puerta
to begin
empezar
to learn
aprender
to share
compartir
to wash
lavar
to arrive
llegar
How do you say "very very" something.
Use estar and then the adjective with -ísimo added to it.
How do you say I am very very nervous.
Estoy nerviosísimo.
How would you say "I'm writing a letter."
Estoy escribiendo una carta.
thin
delgado(a)
to find
encontrar(ue)
to understand
entender(ie)
to wear
llevar
to return
volver(ue)
to wait for; to expect
esperar
to lose
perder(ie)
yo (poder preterite)
pude
usted (poder preterite)
pudo
yo (tengo preterite)
tuve
usted (tengo preterite)
tuvo
What does "tanto(a,os,as)...como" mean?
as much/many....as
What does "tan...como" mean
as...as
What are the uses of por?
1. by, by means of
2. through, along, on
What are the uses of para?
1. in order to
2. for, as in a point of view or in relation to others
the sister/brother in law
la/el cuñada(o)
under
debajo de
far from
lejos de
own, one's own
propio(a)
bright, lively
vivo(a)
during
durante