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Spanish Part 4

Part 4 Writing In The Present Wtih Action from Intermediate Spanish For Dummies

Subject Pronoun Word used in place of a noun, and identifies who or what is performing the action of a verb. It also represents "I", "You", "He", "She", "We", "They"
yo First person singular subject pronoun, "I"
Second person (informal, familiar) singular subject pronoun, "You"
usted (Ud.) Second person (formal, polite) singular subject pronoun, "You"
él Third person singular subject pronoun, "He"
ella Third person singular subject pronoun, "She"
nosotros / nosotras First person plural subject pronoun, "We"
vosotros / vosotras Second person (informal, familiar) plural subject pronoun, "You"
ustedes / Uds. Second person (formal, polite) plural subject pronoun, "You"
ellos / ellas Third person plural subject pronoun, "they"
Note about abbreviating usted / ustedes Only abbreviate them at the beginning of a sentence.
Yo me voy. I am leaving.
Eduardo y yo salimos. Edward and I are going out.
¿Busca Ud. algo? Are you looking for something?
¿Uds. necesitan ayuda?: Do you all need help?
addresses one friend, relative, child, or pet since its the informal, singular form of 'you'
Tú eres mi mejor amigo. You are my best friend.
Ud. Used to show respect to an older person or stranger, since its the formal, singular version of 'you'
¿Es Ud. español? Are you Spanish?
Vosotros / vosotras Informal subject pronouns that mean you. It is used to address more than one friend, relative, child, or pet
¿Vosotros me comprendís? Do you (all, informal) understand me?
Uds. formal plural subject pronoun that means 'you'
¿Qué es? What is it?
Él male person
ella female person
Ellos refers to more than one male or a combined group of males AND females
Ellas Refers to a group of females
Juan y Jorge (Ellos) escuchan Juan y Jorge (they) listen.
Luz y Susana (Ellas) escuchan. Luz y Susana (they) listen
Juan y Luz (Ellos) escuchan. Juan y Luz (they) listen.
El niño y mil niñas (Ellos) escuchan. One boy and 1,000 girls will listen.
Jorge y yo (Nosotros) jugamos al tenis. George and I (we) play tennis.
Luz y yo (Nosotras) jugamos al tenis. Luz and I (we) play tennis.
Note Of When To Omit Subject Pronouns Omit them when the context of the sentence reveals what could have been used for the subject pronoun.
Le presento a mi amiga, Marta. Habla español. I present my friend, Marta. She speaks Spanish.
Note About Using Ud. Use Ud. to differentiate between "he", "she", or "you"
Mi novio habla español. Habla bien. My boyfriend speaks Spanish. He speaks well.
Cantan bien. They sing well.
Mis primos están en el coro. Cantan bien. My cousins are in the chorus. They sing well.
Uds. cantan bien también. You all sing well.
Nosotros miramos la televisión cada dia. We watch TV every day.
Ana trabaja en la ciudad. Ana works in the city.
¿Preparo la cena ahora?: Should I prepare dinner now?
Te veo más tarde. I'll see you later.
Note On How To Show An Action Is Continuing From The Past To The Present Use the verb, hacer, ("to make / to do") + que
¿Cuánto tiempo hace que Ud. estudia el español? How long have you been speaking Spanish?
Hace dos años que estudio el español. I have been studying Spanish for two years.
Note Of How To Conjugate In A Sentence With Two Verbs Conjugate the first verb and leave the second in its infinitive form
Yo prefiero ir de compras. I prefer to go shopping.
Note On How To Conjugate Verbs Conjugation of verbs is based on the subject of the sentence. Spanish verbs end in -ar, -er, and -ir.
Yo gano dinero. I earn money.
Tú ganas dinero. You earn money.
él gana dinero. He earns money.
Nosotros ganamos dinero. We earn money.
Vosotros ganáis dinero. You (you all) earn money.
Ellos ganan dinero. They earn money.
Yo bebo el agua. I drink water.
Tú bebes el agua. You drink water.
Ella bebe el agua. She drinks water.
Nosotros bebemos el agua. We drink water.
Vosotros bebéis el agua. You (you all) drink water.
Ellos beben el agua. They drink water.
Yo decido ir a mi casa. I decide to go to my house.
Tú decides ir a su casa. You decide to go to your house.
Ud. decide ir a su casa. He decides to go to his house.
Nosotros decidimos ir a nuestra casa. We decide to go to our house.
Vosotros decidís ir a su casa. You all decide to go to your house.
Ellos deciden ir a su casa. They decide to go to their house.
Gana Ud. basante dinero? Do you have enough money?
No bebo café. I don't drink coffee.
Ellos deciden quedarse en casa. They decide to stay at home.
Note about the two tenses in English words 1. first person singular, second person singular, plural forms 2. Third person singular form: He(she) works hard.
ayudar To help
buscar To look out for
caminar to walk
comprar to buy
desear to desire
escuchar to listen to
estudiar to study
firmar to sign
gastar to spend money
hablar to speak, to talk to
llegar to arrive
mirar to look at
necesitar to need
olvidar to forget
organizar to organize
pagar to pay
preguntar to ask
regresar to return
telefonear to phone
tomar to take
viajar to travel
visitar to visit
aprender to learn
beber to drink
comer to eat
correr to run
creer to believe
deber to have, to owe
leer to read
promoter to promise
abrir to open
asistir to assist
decidir to decide
descubrir to discover
escribir to write
partir to divide, to share
subir to go up, to climb
vivir to live
Nosotros tomamos el autobus para ir al cine. We take the bus to go to the cinema.
Todos los estudiantes parten de la escuela a las tres All the students leave for school at three.
Uds. esperan el autobús delante de la escuela. They wait for the bus before school.
Vosotros corréis para tomar el autobús You all run to take the bus.
El autobús llega al cine a las tres y media. The bus leaves for the movies at 3:30.
La clase asiste al primer pase de la película. The class attends the first showing of the movie.
Vosotros compráis billetes para la clase. You all buy tickets for the class.
Nosotros debemos practicar el español. We must practice Spanish.
Tú hablas español conmigo. You speak Spanish with me.
Entonces yo miro la película. Then, I watch the movie.
Todo el mundo lee los subtitulos. Everybody reads the subtitles.
Yo describo bien la película en español. I describe the movie very well in Spanish.
Uds. beben demasiado refrescos. They drink soft drinks.
Nosotros compartimos un saco de dulces. We share our bag of candy.
Yo como también palomitas. I also eat popcorn.
Tú aprendes mucho. You learn alot.
Vosotros decidís que es una buena película. You all decide that it is a great movie.
Tú aplaudes la película. You applaud the movie.
Spelling Change In Yo Form: vowel + -cer/-cir c --> zc ex: ofrecer: to offer ex: traducir: to translate yo ofrezco yo traduzco
Spelling Change In Yo Form: consonant + -cer/-cir c --> z ex: convencer: to convince ex: esparcir: to spread out yo convenzo yo esparzo
Spelling Change In Yo Form: -get/-gir g --> j ex: escoger: to choose ex: exigir: to demand yo escojo yo exijo
Spelling Change In Yo Form: -guir gu --> g ex: distinguir: to demand yo distingo
aparecer to appear
conocer to know
merecer to deserve, to merit
nacer to be born
obedecer to obey
parecer to seem
producir to produce
reconocer to recognize
reducir to reduce
reproducir to reproduce
Note About Verb Conjugations For -ar Ending Verbs They change in all forms except their nosotros and vosotros forms. The initial stem -e changes to -ie in all other forms.
cerrar (e --> ie) to close
comenzar (e --> ie) to begin
despertar (e --> ie) to wake up
negar (e --> ie) to deny
nevar (e --> ie) to snow
pensar (e --> ie) to think
recomendar (e --> ie) to recommend
mostrar (o/u --> ue) to show
jugar (o/u --> ue) to play
acordar (o/u --> ue) to agree
acostar (o/u --> ue) to put to bed
almorzar (o/u --> ue) to eat lunch
colgar (o/u --> ue) to hang up
contar (o/u --> ue) to tell
costar (o/u --> ue) to cost
encontrar (o/u --> ue) to meet
probar (o/u --> ue) to try on
recordar (o/u --> ue) to remember
Note About Jugar Special Case This is the ONLY common -ar whose stem vowel changes from -u to -ue
Yo juego al fútbol. I play football.
Julio y yo jugamos al golf. Julio and I play golf.
querer (e --> ie) to wish, to want ex: yo quiero ex: nosotros queremos
defender (e --> ie) to defend ex: yo defiendo mi papa.
encender (e --> ie) to light ex: yo enciendo
entender (e --> ie) to understand ex: yo entiendo
perder (e --> ie) to lose ex: yo pierdo
volver (o --> ue) to return ex: yo vuelvo
devolver (o --> ue) to return ex: yo devuelvo
doler (o --> ue) to hurt ex: Yo duelo mi mano.
envolver (o --> ue) to wrap up ex: Yo envuelvo su presente.
llover (o --> ue) to rain
poder (o --> ue) to be able to ex: Yo puedo escribir su notas.
Note About Words With Stem Changes In The Present Tense You can use them impersonally in the third person singular tense.
Llueve. (llover, o --> ue) It's raining.
Nieva. (nevar, o --> ue) It's snowing.
Hiela. (helar, e --> ie) It's freezing.
Truena. (tronar, o --> ue) It's thundering.
advertir (e --> ie) to warn ex: Yo advierto su mama.
consentir (e --> ie) to allow ex: Yo consiento para su entrar mi casa.
divertir (e --> ie) to amuse ex: Tú diviertes mis niños.
mentir (e --> ie) to lie ex: Yo miento para su seguridad.
sentir (e --> ie) to feel regret
sugerir (e --> ie) to suggest ex: Tú sugieres para nosotros vamos ir al cine.
dormir (o --> ue) to sleep ex: Yo duermo a su sofá.
morir (o --> ue) Su papa muere pasado sábado.
servir (e --> i) to serve ex: Yo sirvo ex: Yo servimos
despedir (e --> i) to say goodbye to ex: Yo dispedo a mi mama.
expedir (e --> i) to send ex: Yo expido mis presentes a mis niños.
medir (e --> i) to measure ex: Yo mido azúcar para mi tarta.
pedir (e --> i) to ask for ex: Yo pido mi mama para mis ropas.
repetir (e --> i) to repeat ex: Yo repito mis verbos de vocabulario.
vestir (e --> i) to clothe ex: Yo visto mis niños con mis ropas.
Note about -iar stem changing verbs Change the -i to -í in all forms except the nosotros and vosotros forms.
enviar (i --> í) to send
esquiar (i --> í) to ski
fotografiar (i --> í) to photograph
vaciar (i --> í) to empty
Note about -uar stem changing verbs Change the -u to -ú in all forms except the nosotros and vosotros forms.
habituar (u --> ú) to accustom someone to
valuar (u --> ú) to value
evaluar (u --> ú) to evaluate
Note about verbs that end in -uir NOT -guir Add a -y and the -u in all forms except the nosotros and vosotros forms.
construir (-uir, +y) to build ex: Yo construyo el edificio.
contribuir (-uir, +y) to contribute ex: Yo contribuyo para su partido.
destruir (-uir, +y) to destroy ex: Tú destruyes mi corazón.
distribuir (-uir, +y) to distribute ex: Yo distribuyo la comida para su mama.
incluir (-uir, +y) to include ex: Yo incluyo su hermano para mi partido.
sustituir (-uir, +y) to substitute ex: Yo sustituyo pizza con ensalada.
corregir (to correct) conjugation (yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) corrijo, corriges, corrige, corregimos, corregís, corrigen
elegir (to elect) conjugation (yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) elijo, eliges, elige, elegimos, elegís, eligen
conseguir (to get, to obtain) conjugation (yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) consigo, consigues, consigue, conseguimos, conseguís, consiguen
seguir (to follow) conjugation (yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) sigo, sigues, sigue, seguimos, seguís, siguen
Margarita quiere salir bien en su clase de español. Margarita wasnts to do well in Spanish class.
Repite frecuentemente las palabras del vocabulario. Repeat vocabulary words frequently.
El jefe piensa que Clarita y Rafael trabajan concienzudamente. Jeff thinks that Clarita and Raphael work conscientiously.
Recomiende un aumento de salario para ellos. He recommends a salary for them.
Mauricio no sale bien en su clase de ciencia. Mauricio is not doing well in his science class.
Miente a su madre. He lied to his mother.
Carlota no sabe como ir a la biblioteca. Carlota does not how to go to the library.
Pide la ruta a un desconocido. She asked a stranger for directions.
Yo tengo mucho frío. I am very cold.
Cierro las ventanas. I close the windows.
Nosotros deseamos perder peso. We want to lose weight.
Empezemos un régimen hoy día. We started a daily regimen.
Tú acabas de recibir un bate nuevo. You just received a new bat.
Tú juegas al béisbol. You play baseball.
Uds. tienen dos semanas de vacaciones. You get two weeks of vacation.
Quieren ir a España. They want to go to Spain
Enrique y Alfredo tienen un buen sentido de humor. Enrique and Alfredo have a great sense of humor.
Cuentan bromas todo el tiempo. They tell jokes all the time.
Tú eres mecánico excelente. You are an excellent mechanic.
Puedes ayudarme a reparar mi coche. You are able to help me repair my car.
Yo no estudio mucho. I don't study much.
Escojo a menudo respuestas incorrectas. I often choose incorrect answers.
Yo quiero celebrar el cumpleaños de mi mejor amiga. I want to celebrate my best girlfriend's birthday.
Le ofrezco un regalo. I will give her a gift.
Clarita está enferma. Clarita is sick.
Duerme mucho. She sleeps a lot.
Esquían en las montañas. We ski in the mountains.
Continúa trabajando. She continues to work.
Tomás es ingeniero. Tomás is an engineer.
Construye edificios. He builds buildings.
Yo hago muchos errores. I make many mistakes.
Corrijo imediatamente mis errores. I correct my errors immediately.
caber (with yo form) to fit, quepo
caer (with yo form) to fall, caigo
dar (with yo form) to give, doy
hacer (with yo form) to make, to do, hago
poner (with yo form) to put, pongo
saber (with yo form) to know a fact / to know how to, sé
salir (with yo form) to go out, salgo
traer (with yo form) to bring, traigo
valer (with yo form) to be worth, valgo
ver (with yo form) to see, veo
Yo le doy un reloj y él le da aretes. I give her a watch and he gives her earrings.
Yo me pongo un abrigo y él se pone un suéter. I put on a coat, and he puts on a sweater.
Yo salgo a la una y él sale a las tres. I go out at 1 o'clock, and he goes out at 3 o'clock.
decir (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to say, to tell: digo, dices, dice, decimos, decís, dicen
estar (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to be: estoy, estás, está, estamos, estáis, están
oler (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to smell: huelo, hueles, huele, olemos, oléis, huelen
tener (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to have: tengo, tienes, tiene, tenemos, tenéis, tienen
ir (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to go: voy, vas, va, vamos, vais, van
oír (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to hear: oigo, oyes, oye, oímos, oís, oyen
reír (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to laugh: río, ríes, ríe, reímos, reís, rien
ser (all irregular forms: yo, tú, el/ella/Ud., nosotros, vosotros, ellos/ellas/Uds.) to be: soy, eres, es, somos, sois, son
Note about dar containing phrases Conjugate dar to fit the context of the sentence
dar un abrazo to hug, to embrace
dar las gracias to thank
dar recuerdos to give regards to
dar un paseo to walk
dar una vuelta to take a stroll
darse cuenta de to realize
darse prisa to hurry
hacer buen tiempo to have nice weather
hacer mal tiempo to have bad weather
hacer frío to be cold
hacer calor to be hot
hacer una pregunta to ask a question
hacer una vista to pay a visit
hacer un viaje to take a trip
hacer viento to be windy
Hace mal tiempo hoy. The weather is bad today.
Hacemos un viaje a Puerto Rico We are taking a trip to Puerto Rico.
tener calor to be warm
tener celos de to be jealous of
tener cuidado to be careful
tener dolor de... to have a body part ache
tener éxito to succeed
tener ganas de to feel like
tener hambre to be hungry
tener sed to be thirsty
tener lugar to take place
tener miedo de to be afraid of
tener prisa to be in a hurry
tener razón to be right
tener sueño to be sleepy
tener suerte to be lucky
Tengo un dolor de cabeza. I have a headache.
Ellos tienen razón. They are right.
Tengo sed. I am thirsty.
Ellos tienen miedo a los perros. They have a fear of dogs.
dejar caer to drop
llega a ser to become
oir decir que to hear that
pensar + infinitive to intend
querer decir to mean
volverse + adjective to become
¡Cuidado! Vas a dejar caer el vaso. Watch out! You'll drop the glass.
Yo quiero tú llegar a las tres. I want you to leave at 3:00.
Los científicos descubren a nuevo organismo. The scientists discovered a new organism.
¿Ayudarme buscas a mi dinero? Can you help me look for my money?
¿Quienes viaja con tú? Who will travel with you?
¿Podes abries a la puerta de coche para mi? Are you able to open the car door for me?
¿Podes buscar a mis gafas? Are you able to look for my glasses?
Yo necesito organizar mi pupitre. I need to organize my desk.
Cierras la puerta y colgas a teléfono. Close the door, and hang up the telephone.
Yo olvido mi número de teléfono. I forgot my telephone number.
Yo busco comprar el libro de la biblioteca. I am looking to buy a book from the library.
Yo voy obedecer y reproducir a las palabras de mi padre. I will obey and reproduce the words of my father.
Yo voy escribir sobre cómo fantasmas aparacen. I am going to write stories about how ghosts appear.
Yo pienso cómo medir la larga de la fotografía. I am thinking how to measure the length of the photograph.
él nega sus niños ir a la escuela. He denied his kids to go to school.
Yo defendo mi derecho tener una fiesta! I defend the right to have a party!
Yo tomo mi gato conmigo dar un paseo. I take my cat with me to take a walk.
Yo tengo ganas de tener éxito a mi vida. I feel like I have succeeded in my life.
Yo camino al lado de la escuela. I walk by the school.
Yo deseo a estudiar a la noche. I desire to study at night.
Yo escucho la musica mientras yo estudio a la noche. I hear music while I study at night.
Yo pago a ella olvidarme. I pay the girl to forget me.
Yo pregunto él regresar mi mensaje y telefonearme atrás. I asked him to return my message and call me back.
Yo gasto mi dinero a beber demasiado. I spend my money to drink too much.
Yo hablo a todas ellas bonitas y pregunto las ellas a sus números de telefóno. I talk to all the pretty women and ask them for their telephone numbers.
Yo firmo a las papeles cuando a trabajadores visitan a mi oficina. I signed the papers when the workers visited my office.
Yo miro fuera de la ventana de el avión cuando viajo. I look outside the window of the airplane when I travel.
Yo como pasta con frecuencia antes de yo corro la fuera. I often eat pasta before I run outside.
Yo creo debo leer los libros antes de la noche. I believe I have to read books before nighttime.
Abres la puerta para mi por favor. Open the door for me, please.
Promotesme tu legar no olvidesme. Promise me that you will never forget me.
Yo voy asistir a reunión en tu oficina. I will attend the meeting in your office.
Yo voy decidir cuando corto a su tarta. I will decide when to cut your cake.
Nosotros partimos sus raciónes mientras nosostros sobrevivimos en esta isla. We divide our rations while we survive on this island.
Yo subo a montaña para tú. I climb a mountain for you.
Yo creo voy vivir a mil años. I believe I will live for a thousand years.
Yo conozco más que tú. I know more than you.
Yo merezco a trabajo mejor. I deserve a better job.
Yo nació a Nueva York. I was born in New York.
Estas eventos paracen suceder coincidentemente. These events happen coincidentally.
Yo produzco los dibujos para la venta. I produce drawings for sale.
Yo reconozco su rostro de la milla lejos. I recognize her face from a mile away.
Yo reduzco mis impuestos porque de mi niños. I reduce my taxes because of my children
Yo comenzo mi libro con la escena de homicidio. I begin my book with a murder scene.
Yo desperto cuando mi alarma se apaga. I wake up when my alarm goes off.
Yo nego cualquier alegaciónes contrame. I deny any allegations against me.
Esta nevar a fuera. It is snowing outside.
Yo acordo a sus acciones. I agree with his actions.
Yo acosto mis niños a la noche. I put my kids to bed at night.
Nosotros almorzamos a la doce en los lunes. We eat lunch at 12 on Mondays.
Tú contasme todo él hablas. You tell me everything he says.
Lo costa demasiado dinero. It costs way too much money.
Quizás encontro a ella otra vez. Maybe I will meet that girl another time.
Yo probo mis ropas a la mañana. I try on clothes in the morning.
Yo recordo nada. I remember nothing.
Yo enciendo las velas en su tarta. I light the candles on your cake.
Yo entiendo todo. I understand everything.
Yo perdo mis gafas cada vez yo leo. I lose my glasses everytime I read.
Yo devolvo a el principio. I return to the beginning.
Mi mandíbula duele. My jaw hurts.
Yo envuelvo a cabos sueltos a mi lugar de trabajo. I wrap up loose ends at my workplace.
El príncipe llove las monedas a la calle. The prince rains coins in the street.
Advertimos él de el peligro imminente. We warn him of the immediate danger.
Yo ofrezco un millión dolores a su trabajo. I offered one million dollars for his job.
Yo traduzco para ellos. I translated for them.
Yo siempre convenzo las personas que yo voy persona magnífico. I always convince people that I am a great person.
Yo esparzo mis codos a la tabla. I spread out my elbows on the table.
Yo escojo las esmeraldas porque yo pienso son muy basante. I chose emeralds because I think they are pretty.
Yo exijo la comida en la tabla. I demand food on the table.
Yo distingo las manzanas desde las naranjas. I distinguish apples from oranges.
Yo consento a ella a caminar a la escuela por sí misma. I allow her to walk to school by herself.
Yo diverto mí mismo todo el tiempo. I amuse myself all the time.
Yo no mento a mis padres. I don't lie to my parents.
Yo siento sobre mi profesión I feel regret about my career.
Yo sugero tú moves en su vida. I suggest you move on with your life.
Yo despedo a ella. I say goodbye to her.
Yo expedo la cartas a ella cada la semana. I send letters to her every week.
Yo repeto mis palabras de vocabulario cada la día. I repeat my vocabulary words every day.
Yo vesto mis niños con los suéteres mejores. I clothe my kids with the finest sweaters.
Yo envio los presentes vía correo. I send the presents via mail.
Yo esquio abajo montañas bonitos blancos. I ski down beautiful white mountains.
Yo fotografio los músicos a la etapa. I photograph musicians on stage.
Yo vacio a la casa antes de los huéspedos llegan. I empty the house before the guests come over.
Yo construo los aviónes fuera de papel. I make airplanes out of paper.
Yo contribuo todo mi dinero para la causa bueno. I contribute all my money for a good cause.
Eso mensaje destrue mis esperanzas y sueños. That message destroyed all my hopes and dreams.
Yo distribuo dinero a todo los niños y niñas. I distribute money to all the girls and boys.
Yo incluo mi signatura a la parte inferior de la página. I included my signature at the bottom of the page
Yo sustituo los gofres para los panqueques. I substitute waffles for pancakes.
Yo quepo con los niños nuevos. I fit in along with the new kids.
Yo caigo poco mis objectivos. I fall short of my goals.
Yo doy lo mi mejor cada la día. I give it my best every day.
Yo hago mi cama cada la dia. I make my bed every day.
Yo pongo mis manos en la tabla. I put my hands on the table.
Yo todo sé. I know everything.
Yo salgo a yermo una vez en todo. I go out in the wilderness once in a while.
Yo traigo el tocino a la casa. I bring home the bacon.
Yo valgo a dólores milliones. I am worth a million dollars.
Yo veo los árboles fuera de mi ventana. I see trees outside my window.
él dice tú llegar esta tarde. He says you will be late.
Yo digo que yo llegaré temprano. I believe that I will arrive early.
Nosotros decimos nosotros llegar estamos tarde. We say we will be late.
él está bueno. He is fine.
Yo huelo la rata. I smell a rat.
él huele algo. He smells something.
Yo tengo muchos cosas, pero a mujer no es uno. I have many things, but a woman is not one.
Nosotros vamos a la playa. We go to the beach.
Yo oígo la música fuera de mi ventana. I hear music from my window.
Yo río a mí mismo a veces. I laugh at myself sometimes.
Yo doy un abrazo a ella. I give her a hug.
Yo doy las gracias muchas. I give him much thanks.
Yo doy recuerdos a Broadway. I give regards to Broadway.
Yo doy una vuelta al lado de la calle. I take a stroll along the street.
Yo doyse cuenta de que nada existe. I realize that nothing exists.
Yo doyse prisa al lado de a la avenida I hurry along the avenue.
Yo hago una pregunta a ella. I have a question for her.
Yo tengo frío. I am cold.
Yo tengo calor. I am warm.
Hace buen tiempo hoy. There is nice weather today.
Hace mal tiempo hoy. There is bad weather today.
Yo hago una vista a ver a ella. I pay a visit to see her.
Hace viento a la fuera. It is windy outside.
Yo tengo celos de él. I am jealous of him.
Yo tengo cuidado. I am careful.
Yo tengo dolor de mi cabeza. I have a headache.
Yo tengo éxito a los juegos de video. I succeed at video games.
Yo tengo ganas de doy un paseo a la fuera. I feel like taking a walk outside.
él tiene hambre. He feels hungry.
él partido tiene lugar a mi casa. A party will take place at my house.
Yo tengo miedo de los gatos. I have a fear of cats.
Yo tengo prisa. I am in a hurry.
Yo tengo razón. I am right.
Yo tengo sueño. I am sleepy.
él tiene suerte. He is lucky.
Yo dejo caer a balón. I drop the ball.
Yo no llego a ser a mi padre. I will not become my father.
Yo oigo decir que tú eres solo. I hear that you are single.
Yo pienso cocerse a la tarta. I intend to bake a cake.
Yo quiero decir que yo voy triste. I mean that I am sorry.
La mariposa volverse bello con la edad. The butterfly becomes beautiful with age.
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