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Spanish Chapter 3

SpanishEnglish
abrir to open
el/la abuelo/a grandfather/grandmother
los abuelos grandparents
alemán, alemana German
alto/a tall
el/la amigo/a friend
antipático/a unpleasant
el apellido last name
aprender (a + inf.) to learn
argentino/a Argentine
el/la artista artist
asistir (a) to attend
bajo/a short (in height)
beber to drink
el/la bisabuelo/a great-grandfather/great-grandmother
bonito/a pretty
buen, bueno/a good
canadiense Canadian
chino/a Chinese
¡Claro que sí! ¡Qué bonitas son! Of course! They’re so pretty!
comer to eat
¿Compartimos una trajinera? Shall we share a trajinera?
compartir to share
comprender to understand
correr to run
costarricense Costa Rican
creer (en) to believe (in)
¿Cuántos años tienen tus hijas? How old are your daughters?
cubano/a Cuban
el/la cuñado/a brother-in-law/sister-in-law
deber (+ inf.) should
decidir (+ inf.) to decide
delgado/a thin
describir to describe
difícil difficult
el/la doctor(a), el/la médico/a doctor; physician
ecuatoriano/a Ecuadorian
ensayo essay
escribir to write
español(a) Spanish
el/la esposo/a husband/wife; spouse
estadounidense from the U.S.
fácil easy
la familia family
feo/a ugly
francés, francesa French
el/la gemelo/a twin
la gente people
gordo/a fat
grande big
guapo/a good-looking
el/la hermanastro/a stepbrother/stepsister
el/la hermano/a brother/sister
el/la hijastro/a stepson/stepdaughter
el/la hijo/a son/daughter
los hijos children
importante important
el/la ingeniero/a engineer
inglés, inglesa English
inteligente intelligent
interesante interesting
italiano/a Italian
japonés, japonesa Japanese
joven (sing.), jóvenes (pl.) young
leer to read
la madrastra stepmother
la madre mother
mal, malo/a bad
Marta tiene ocho años y Valentina doce. Marta is eight and Valentina twelve.
el/la medio/a hermano/a half-brother/half-sister
mexicano/a Mexican
mismo/a same
moreno/a brunet(te)
el/la muchacho/a boy/girl
mucho/a much; many; a lot of
el/la nieto/a grandson/granddaughter
el/la niño/a child
no tener razón to be wrong
No, gracias. Tengo que leer. No, thanks. I have to read.
norteamericano/a (North) American
el/la novio/a boyfriend/girlfriend
la nuera daughter-in-law
el padrastro stepfather
el padre father
los padres parents
los parientes relatives
pelirrojo/a red-haired
¿Pequeña? Yo soy hija única. Small? I’m an only child.
pequeño/a small
el/la periodista journalist
la persona person
pobrecito/a poor thing
¡Por favor! Eres gordo, antipático y muy feo. Please! You’re fat, unpleasant, and very ugly.
el/la primo/a cousin
el/la programador(a) computer programmer
próxima next
puertorriqueño/a Puerto Rican
¡Qué bonitas son tus hijas! Y ¡qué simpáticas! Your daughters are so pretty! And so nice!
recibir to receive rubio/a to receive
rubio/a blond(e)
ruso/a Russian
simpático/a nice; likeable
sitio place
el/la sobrino/a nephew/niece
Soy guapo y delgado. I’m handsome and slim.
el/la suegro/a father-in-law/mother-in-law
tener to have
tener (mucho) calor to be (very) hot
tener (mucho) cuidado to be (very) careful
tener (mucho) frío to be (very) cold
tener (mucha) hambre to be (very) hungry
tener (mucho) miedo de to be (very) afraid/scared (of)
tener (mucha) prisa to be in a (big) hurry
tener razón to be right
tener (mucha) sed to be (very) thirsty
tener (mucho) sueño to be (very) sleepy
tener (mucha) suerte to be (very) lucky
tener... años to be... years old
Tengo dos hermanos mayores y un hermano menor. I have two older siblings and a younger brother.
¿Tienes una familia grande, Marissa? Do you have a big family, Marissa?
el/la tío/a uncle/aunt
todavía still
tonto/a foolish
trabajador(a) hard-working
trajinera type of barge
venir to come
La verdad, mi familia es pequeña. The truth is, my family is small.
viejo/a old
¿Vienes, Jimena? Are you coming, Jimena?
vivir to live
el yerno son-in-law
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