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Expresate 1.1

Expresate Level 1, Chapter 1.1 Vocabulary

EnglishSpanish
Spain España
Capital of Spain Madrid
United States Estados Unidos
What's your name? (familiar) ¿Cómo te llamas?
I'm ... ( to give your name) Soy ...
What's your name? (formal) ¿Cómo se llama usted?
My name is ... Me llamo ...
he/his él
she/her ella
Who is ... ? (to ask who someone is) ¿Quién es ... ?
He is ... (to say who someone is) Él es ....
She is ... (to say who someone is) Ella es ...
What is his name? ¿Cómo se llama él?
His name is ... Él se llama ...
What is her name? ¿Cómo se llama ella?
Her name is ... Ella se llama ...
good (f) buenas
good (m) buenos
the morning la mañana
the day el día
the afternoon/evening la tarde
the night la noche
soon pronto
later luego
Mr. el señor
Mrs. la señora
Miss la señorita
Good morning, sir. Buenos dÍas, señor.
Good afternoon, miss. Buenas tardes, señorita.
Good evening, ma'am. Buenas noches, señora.
Good night. (m) Buenos noches.
See you later. Hasta luego.
See you tomorrow. Hasta mañana.
See you soon. Hasta pronto.
See you. Nos vemos.
I have to go. Tengo que irme.
hello hola
goodbye adiós
bye (alternate) chao
fine bien
all right regular
bad mal
Hi, how are you? (familiar) Hola, ¿cómo estás?
How's it going? (familiar) ¿Qué tal?
How are you? (formal) ¿Cómo está usted?
I'm fine. Estoy bien.
I'm all right. Estoy regular.
I'm not so good. Estoy mal.
So-so. Más o menos.
this (f) ésta
this (m) éste
this is (f) ésta es
he is él es
she is ella es
classmate (f) compañera de clase
classmate (m) compañero de clase
my mi
Spanish teacher (f) profesora de español
science teacher (m) profesor de ciencias
a (f) una
a (m) un
the (m) el
the (f) la
This is Juan. Éste es Juan.
He is a classmate. Él es un compañero de clase.
This is Rosa. Ésta es Rosa.
She is a classmate. Ella es una compañera de clase.
This is Mr. Vega. Éste es el señor Vega.
Pleased/Nice to meet you. Mucho gusto.
Pleased/Nice to meet you. (female speaker) Encantada.
Pleased/Nice to meet you. (male speaker) Encantado.
Likewise (to say that you are also pleased to meet someone) Igualmente.
boy muchacho
girl muchacha
friend (m) amigo
friend (f) amiga
best mejor
student estudiante
Who is the boy? ¿Quién es el muchacho?
She is my best friend. Ella es mi mejor amiga.
He is a student. Él es estudiante.
Where are you from? (familiar) ¿De dónde eres?
Where are you from? (formal) ¿De dónde es usted?
Where is Rosa from? ¿De dónde es Rosa?
I'm from the United States. Soy de Estados Unidos.
He is from Spain. Es de España.
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