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2-Unit 2 Vocabulary

Español II - Unidad 2 Vocabulario

Hablar de actividades diarias Discussing daily activities
la rutina diaria daily routine
despertarse (e:ie) to wake up
afeitarse to shave oneself
maquillarse to put on makeup
estirarse to stretch
levantarse to get up
desayunarse to have breakfast
quedarse to stay
sentarse (e:ie) to sit down
tomar una ducha to take a shower
bañarse to bathe oneself
ducharse to shower oneself
lavarse to wash oneself
sentirse (e:ie) to feel
cepillarse el pelo to brush one's hair
peinarse el pelo to comb one's hair
mirarse en el espejo to look at oneself in the mirror
acostarse (o:ue) to go to bed
dormirse (o:ue) to fall asleep
caerse (go-go) to fall down
ponerse (go-go) la ropa to put on clothes
vestirse (e:i) to dress oneself
quitarse la ropa to take off clothes
torcerse (o:ue, c:z) to twist, sprain
llamarse to call oneself
Identificar artículos para el aseo y la higiene Identifying articles for grooming and hygiene
en el espejo in the mirror
la navaja razor
el champú shampoo
la crema de afeitar shaving cream
el maquillaje makeup
el cepillo brush
el peine comb
el cepillo de dientes toothbrush
el tubo de crema dental toothpaste
la barra de jabón bar of soap
el rollo de papel higiénico toilet paper
Identificar partes del cuerpo humano Identifying parts of the human body
el cuerpo humano human body
la cara face
la cabeza head
los dientes teeth
la espalda back
el brazo arm
el codo elbow
el dedo finger
el dedo de pie toe
la rodilla knee
el tobillo ankle
la pierna leg
el pie foot
el cuello neck
Describir el camping Describing camping
la gira excursion, trip
la mochila backpack
el parque park
el camping camping, campground
la carpa, la tienda de campaña tent
el saco de dormir, la bolsa de dormir sleeping bag
el mochilero backpacker (m.)
la mochilera backpacker (f.)
ir en bicicleta to bike
ir de camping to go camping
acampar to camp
montar, armar la tienda to set up the tent
dar una caminata to take a hike
divertirse (e:ie), pasarlo bien to have fun
Identificar las comidas del desayuno Identifying breakfast foods
una botella de agua mineral a bottle of mineral water
un vaso de jugo de naranja, de uva, de manzana, de pomelo a glass of orange, grape, apple, grapefruit juice
el cereal cereal
el pan tostado toast
los huevos fritos, revueltos fried, scrambled eggs
el tocino bacon
Otro vocabulario y expresiones útiles Other useful vocabulary and expressions
al derecho straight ahead
a la derecha to the right
al (la) izquierdo(a) to the left
el madrugador early-riser (m.)
la madrugadora early-riser (f.)
el suéter sweater
tener frío to be cold
tener calor to be hot
favor de… please…
acá here
¡Ya voy! I'm coming!
el lugar place
de vez en cuando sometimes