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la chuleta (de cerdo)
pork chop
el pavo
turkey
la langosta
lobster
el flan
(baked) custard
desayunar
to have (eat) breakfast)
ratones
mice
verdura
vegetable
anaranjada
orange
la ensalada
salad
la patata
potato
la banana
banana
pais (accent over the i)
country
algo
something,anything
ligero/a
light (weight)
antes
before
expresses to know facts or pieces of information. Followed by an infinitive, in means o know how (to do something)
Ex: do you know the address? and Felipes knows how to prepare my favorite Panamanian dishes
Sabes la direccion(accent over the o)
and Felibe sabe preparar mis platos paname(squiggly mark over the n) favoritos!
is used to express to know or be acquainted (familiar) with a person, place, or thing. it can also mean to meet. Ex: do you know (are you familiar with) the restaurant Chiriqui
Yes. I also know the Chef!
I want to meet Felipe!
conoces el restaurante chiriqui
si y tambien conozco al chef
quiero concor a Felipe
las chuletas
rib steak
las costillas
ribs
el filete
fillet
la milanesa
cutlet
las alas
wings
el muslo
thigh
la pechuga
breast
la lenguado
flounder
la trucha
trout
los huevos cocidos/duros
boiled/hard-boiled eggs
los huevos fritos
fried eggs
los huevos revueltos
scrambled eggs
los huevs tibios
poached eggs
a la plancha
grilled
empanado/a
breaded
estofado/a
stewed
molido/a, picado/a
ground
salteado/a
sauted (accent over e)
me
te
lo/la
nos
os
los/las
are?
Direct Object Pronouns
the noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb
direct object
placed before a conjugated verb and after the word no when it appears
Direct object pronouns
The _____ may be attached to an infinitive or a present participle.
Ex: LAS tengo que leer.
or Tengo que leerLAS.
Direct object Pronouns
____ expresses english it or that?
LO comprende muy bien ( he understands it (that) very well.

No LO creo
I don't believe it (that).
camarero
waiter
traer
to bring
las copas
glasses
what phrase do you use when you talk about what you have just done?
acabar + de with an infinitive

Acabo de almorzar con Beto: I just had lunch with Beto.

Acabas de celebrar tu cumleanos, verdad : YOu just celebraed your birthday, didn't you?
what follows de?
an infinitive
respuesta
answer
alguien
someone/anyone
algun(accent over the u)alguno/a/os/as
some,any
siempre
always
tambien (accent over the e)
also
nada
nothing, not anything
nadie
no one, nobody, not anybody
ningun(accent over the u) ninguno/a
no, none, not any
nunca, jamas (accent over the 2nd a)
never
tampoco
neither, not either
el refresco
soft drink
me, te, le, nos, os, les
Indirect Object Pronouns
usually answer the quetion to whom? or for whom? in relation to the verb.
Indirect object
may be attached to an infinitive or a present participle
No, no TE presto el coche

Voy a guardarTE el asiento

Le estoy escribiendo una carta a Marisol.
Estoy escribiendole una carta a Marisol.