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Expresate 5.1

Expresate 5.1 - Vocabulario

el abuelo the grandfather
la abuela the grandmother
los abuelos grandfathers (grandparents for mixed group)
callado(a) quiet
canoso(a) gray-haired
castaño(a) dark brown
ciego(a) blind
corto(a) short
de color café brown
delgado(a) thin
el gato (la gata) the cat
gordo(a) fat
el hermano the brother
la hermana the sister
los hermanos brothers (siblings for mixed group)
el hijo the son
la hija the daughter
los hijos the sons (children for mixed group)
joven young
largo(a) long
la madre the mother
mayor older
menor younger
negro(a) black
el nieto the grandson
la nieta the granddaughter
los nietos grandsons (grandchildren for mixed group)
el padre the father
los padres fathers (parents for mixed group)
los parientes the relatives
el pelo the hair
el perro (la perra) the dog
la persona the person
el primo (la prima) the cousin
los primos boys cousins (cousins for mixed group)
la silla de ruedas the wheelchair
el sobrino the nephew
la sobrina the niece
sordo(a) deaf
tener los ojos azules to have blue eyes
el tío the uncle
la tía the aunt
todos(as) everyone
travieso(a) mischievous
usar lentes to wear glasses
verde green
viejo(a) old
volver to go back or come back
mi/mis my
tu/tus your
nuestro/a, nuestros/as our
su, sus his, her, their
dormir to sleep
almorzar to eat lunch
llover to rain
merendar to have a snack
empezar to begin/ to start
entender to understand
los tíos uncles (or aunts and uncles)
hasta until
Tiene los ojos ... He/She has ... eyes
Tiene el pelo ... He/She has ... hair
¿Cómo es? What is it like?
los lentes (los anteojos, las gafas) eyeglasses
azules blue (plural)
verdes green (plural)
negros black (plural)
los sobrinos nephews (or nieces and nephews)
Created by: ldelgado



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