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antes de Jesucristo before Christ - BC
después de Jesucristo after Christ - AD
decepción disappointment
en in/at/on
sabre on (top of)
debajo de underneath (of)
contra against (the wall)
(por) acá (over) here
¿Dónde estás usted? Where are you? (formal)
¿Dónde están tu? Where are you? (formal)
¿Dónde están ustedes? Where are all of you?
(por) aqui (over) here
¿Cómo lego a.....? How do I get to......
Salga de aquíl! Get me out of here!
Cuando era joven When I was young
Cuando era niño/niña When I was a child
¡Venga para acá! Come here!
¡Escúcheme! Listen to me!
Mucho gusto nice to meet you
El gusto es mío the pleasure is mine
igualmente equally/likewise
¿Qúe tal? How are things?
¿Cómo le va? How are things going?
¿Cómo está (usted)? How are you?
más o menos More or less
bien/mal fine/bad
pasando el parque pass the park
hasta el centro comercial until you get to the mall
a la derecha to the right
a la izquierda to the left
estoy I am
frente a in front of (across from)
a la vuelta around the corner
hacia towards
derecho straight ahead
a una milla a mile away
¿Listo/a/s? ready?
Nos vemos (blank)
¡Que le vaga bien! (blank)
Hasta mañana Until tomorrow
Hasta luego Until later
embarazada pregnant
verguenza emarrass
¿Que hay de nueva? what's new
¿Que pasa? what's happening
no mucho not much
Where is? ¿Dónde está?
the hospital el hospital
the school la escuela
the library la biblioteca
Mexico México
The United States los Estados Unidos
the traffic light el semáforo
the corner la esquina
Where are? Donde estan?
my keys mis llaves
my socks mis calcetines
your shoes sus zapatos
my pants (plural) mis pantalones
the tables las mesas
the drinking glasses los vasos
Voy a hacerlo mañana I'm going to do it tomorrow
Voy a hacerlo en la mañana I'm going to it in the morning
Voy a hacerlo mañana en la mañana I'm going to do it tomorrow in the morning
¿Qué piensas? What do you think?
¿Cuál es? Which is it?
Plateado Silver
Dorado Gold
Celeste Light blue
Gris Grey
pasar un examen to take an exam
aprobar un examen to pass a test
lo The word “lo” means “it”. Example: “I want to eat it” – “Quiero comerlo”
le “Le” means “him” or “her”. Example: “I need to tell her” – “Necesito decirle”
te “Te” means “you” informal (for when you’re on a first-name basis with someone). Example: “I want to help you” – “Quiero ayudarte”.
ti "Ti” also means “you” informal but is used anytime after the following words (prepositions) “para – for”, “por – for/because of”, “de – from/about/of”, “en – in/at/on”, “sobre – on top of” and so forth.
ya “Ya” means “already”. Example: “Enough already!” – “¡Basta ya!”
al lado de next to
delante de in front of (and close to)
close to cerca (de...)
there allí and allá
here aquí or acá
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