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Expresate 5.1

Family vocabulary

los abuelos grandparents
el abuelo grandfather
la abuela grandmother
almorzar (ue) to have lunch (ue stem-changer)
callado(a) quiet
canoso(a) gray-haired
castaño(a) dark brown
ciego(a) blind
corto(a) short (as in cut short)
de color café brown
delgado(a) thin
dormir (ue) to sleep (ue stem-changer)
empezar (ie) to begin (ie stem-changer)
En mi familia somos cuatro personas There are four people in my family
entender (ie) to understand (ie stem-changer)
estar en una silla de ruedas to be in a wheelchair
el/la gato(a) cat
gordo(a) fat
hasta until
los hermanos siblings (brothers and sisters)
el hermano brother
la hermana sister
los hijos children, sons
el hijo son
la hija daughter
joven young
largo(a) long
la madre mother
mayor older
menor younger
merendar (ie) to have a snack
negro(a) black
los nietos grandsons, grandchildren
los padres parents
el padre father
el pelo hair
el/la perro(a) dog
los primos cousins
el primo male cousin
la prima female cousin
la persona person
la silla de ruedas wheelchair
sordo(a) deaf
tener (ie) los ojos azules to have blue eyes
los tíos aunts and uncles
el tío uncle
la tía aunt
todos(as) everyone, all of us
travieso(a) mischievious
usar lentes to wear glasses
verde green
viejo(a) old
volver (ue) to go back or come back (ue stem-changer
mi / mis my
tu / tus your (familiar, talking to one friend)
su / sus your (formal, talking to an adult or several people), his, her, their
nuestro / nuestros / nuestra / nuestras our
vuestro / vuestros / vuestra / vuestras your (talking to several friends in Spain)
el sobrino nephew
la sobrina niece
calvo bald
Created by: lasenorapora