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Expresate: Chapter 5

Spanish I Expresate, Chapter 5-1

EnglishSpanish
grandfather/grandmother el/la abuelo/a
grandparents los abuelos
to eat/have lunch almorzar (o -> ue)
quiet callado
gray-haired canoso
dark-brown castaño
blind ciego
short (not height!) corto
brown de color café
thin delgado
to sleep dormir (o -> ue)
to begin/start empezar (e -> ie)
to understand entender (e -> ie)
cat el/la gato/a
fat gordo
until hasta
brother/sister el/la hermano/a
siblings los hermanos
son/daughter el/la hijo/a
children los hijos
young joven (plural = jóvenes)
long largo
mother la madre
mom la mamá
older mayor
younger menor
to have a snack merendar (e -> ie)
black negro
grandson, granddaughter el/la nieto/a
grandchildren los nietos
father el padre
dad el papá
parents los padres
hair el pelo
dog el/la perro/a
person la persona
cousin el/la primo/a
wheelchair la silla de ruedas
nephew/niece el/la sobrino/a
deaf sordo
eyes los ojos
blue azul
uncle/aunt el/la tío/a
everyone todos
every ... todos los/las ...
mischievous travieso
to wear glasses usar lentes
green verde
red rojo
old viejo
to return /go back/come back volver (o -> ue)
outskirts las afueras
apartment el apartamento
bathroom el baño / el cuarto de baño
street la calle
countryside/field el campo
city la ciudad
kitchen la cocina
dining room el comedor
address la dirección
building el edificio
floor/story (of a building) el piso
large desk/writing desk el escritorio
garage el garaje
big/large grande
bedroom la habitación
garden/yard el jardín
table la mesa
nobody/anybody (at end of a negative sentence) nadie
patio el patio
small pequeño
plants las plantas
town/village el pueblo
door la puerta
living room la sala
chair la silla
couch el sofá
neither/either (at end of a negative sentence) tampoco
window la ventana
to live vivir
to cook cocinar
to cut the grass/to mow the lawn cortar el césped
to make the (my) bed hacer la cama
to do the chores hacer los quehaceres
to clean limpiar
to take out the trash sacar la basura
what do you think about (+ verb)...? ¿qué te parece + infinitive
to help ayudar
house la casa
to watch / to take care of cuidar
it's all right with me me parece bien
no big deal no es gran cosa
my job to/my responsibility to/my turn to/I have to me toca (also te toca/ le toca)
often a menudo
to pick up (or arrange) my room arreglar mi cuarto
to do the dishes / to wash up lavar los platos
unfair injusto
I think it's ... me parece (que)
to vacuum pasar la aspiradora
what a pain!/what a drag! ¡qué lata!
next to al lado de
close to/near cerca de
under/underneath debajo de
in front of delante de/enfrente de
behind detrás de
on top of/above encima de
far from lejos de
there is/there are/is there?/are there? hay/¿hay?
his/her/its/their su
our nuestro
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