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Spanish Chapter 5

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el/la abuleo(a) grandfather/mother
los abuelos grandparents
almorzar(ue) to eat lunch
callado(a) quiet
canoso(a) gray-haired
castano(on the n) dark brown
corto(a) short
ciego bling
de color cafe(on the e) brown
delgado(a) thin
dormir(ue) to sleep
empezar(ie) to begin/start
En mi familia somos cuatro personas there are four people in my family
entender(ie) to understand
estar en una silla de ruedas to be in a wheelchair
gato cat
perro dog
gordo(a) fat
hasta until
brother(sister el/la hermano(a)
siblings hermanos
son(daughter) el/la hija(o)
children los hijos
young joven
long largo
la madre(mama) mother
older/younger major/menor
to have a snack merendar(ie)
black negro(a)
grandsons/daughters los nietos
father el padre
parents los padres
hair el pelo
person la persona
cousin el/la primo (a)
cousins los primos
nephew(niece)/plural el/la sobrino (a)/los sobrinos
deaf sordo (a)
to have blue eyes tener(ie) los ojos azules
uncle(aunt) el/la tio(a) on the i
uncles/aunts los tios (on the i)
everyone/all of us todos(as)
mischievous travieso(a)
to wear glasses usar lentes
green verde
old viejo (a)
to go back or come back volver (ue)
los afueras outskirts
el apartamento apartment
bathroom el bano (on the n)
countryside el campo
house la casa
kitchen la cocina
dining room el comedor
city el cuidad
address el direccion (on the o)
(ten-story) building el edificio (de diez pisos)
desk el escritorio
garage el garaje
big, large grande
bedroom la habitacion (on the o)
garden el jardin (on the i)
table la mesa
nobody, not anybody nadie
patio, yard el patio
small pequeno (on the n) (a)
plants las plantas
town, village el pueblo
door la puerta
living room la sala
chair la silla
couch el sofa (on the a)
neither, not either tampoco
window la ventura
to live vivir
to cook cocinar
cortar el cesped(on the first e) to cut the grass
hacer la cama to make the bed
hacer los quehacers to do the chores
limpiar to clean
sacar la basura to take out the trash
Que te parece tener que ayudar en casa? What do you think about having to help out at home?
Que te toca hacer a ti? What do you have to do?
Y a Juan? And Juan?
A veces tengo que cuidar a mis hermanos, pero me parece bien. No es gran cosa. Sometimes I have to take care of my brothers and sisters, but its alright with me. It's no big deal.
!Que lata! What a pain
A menudo tengo que arreglar me cuarto I often have to pick up my room
mendo often
A Juan nunca le toca lavar los platos. Me parece injusto Juan never has to do the dishes. It seems unfair to me!
Donde viven ustedes? Where do you live?
Cual es tu direccion? What is your address?
Como es tu casa? What's your house like?
Vivimos en un apartamento pequeno(n). Esta en un edificio de diez pisos. We live in a small apartment. It is in a ten-story building
Es calle Fitzhugh, numero(u) 20447 It's 20447 Fitzhugh court
Es bastante grande. Tiene cuatro habitaciones, y un patio y jardin muy bonitos. It's quite large. It has four bedrooms, and a very pretty patio and garden.
Possessive Adjectives mi/mis, tu/tus, su/sus, nuestro(a)/nuestros(as), vuestro(a)/vuestros(as), su/sus
examples of possessive adjectives MARTIN vive con SUs abuelos. (plural b/c of the abuelos)
Cuantas personas hay en tu familia? En mi familia somos cuatro personas
Como es tu familia? Somos delgados y tenemos el pelo rubio. Todos usamos lentes. Mi hermana Maria esta en una silla de ruedas. (We are thin and have blond hair. We all wear glasses. My sister Maria is in a wheelchair.)
Como es tu tia? Es profesora. Es una persona callado. Ella y mi tio tienen dos hijos pero no tienen nietos.
glasses los lentes, los anteojoes, los espejuelos and los gafas
bedroom la alcoba, la recamara(on the first a), el dormitoirio and la pieza
chores quehaceres, labores, y deberes
behind detras de
close to, near cerca de
underneath debajo de
next to al lado de
in front of delante de
far from lejos de
on top of, above encima de
nunca...takes place of no never
nada. Nada is facil(a) nothing
toca me toca, te toca, le toca, nos, os, and les toca
parece me parece, te, le, nos, or and les parece
el padrastro stepdad
El padrastro es el esposo(spouse) do mi mama pero no es mi padre example sentence
La madrastra stepmom
El padrino God-father, para tu Bautismo
la madrina God-mother
calvo bald
llover:to rain llueve
ser= possession, categories, nationality, and origin
estar= estoy, estas, esta, estamos, estais, estamos(on the a)
toca to be someone's turn
parece reaccion(o)
Created by: krzykap