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Cobb S1 Cap 1

Cobb Spanish 1 - Capítulo 1

SpanishEnglish
Buenos días. Good morning.
Buenas tardes. Good afternoon.
Buenas noches. Good evening/night.
Hola Hello
¿Cómo te llamas? What’s your name?
Me llamo… My name is…
Mucho gusto. Pleased to meet you.
Encantado, -a Delighted
Igualmente Likewise
Señor (Sr.) Mister (Mr.)
Señora (Sra.) Madam (Mrs.)
Señorita (Srta.) Miss (Ms.)
¿Cómo está usted? How are you? (formal)
¿Cómo estás (tú)? How are you? (informal)
¿Qué tal? How are you? (slang)
¿Y tú? / ¿Y usted? And you?
Muy very
Bien well
Mal bad
Más o menos okay / so-so
¿Qué pasa? What’s up?
Nada nothing
¿Cuántos años tienes? How old are you?
Tengo ___ años. I am ___ years old.
¿De dónde eres? Where are you from?
Soy de… I am from…
¿Cómo se escribe…? How do you spell…?
Se escribe… It’s spelled…
¿Cómo se dice ___? How do you say ___?
Se dice ___. You say ___.
¿Qué quiere decir ___? What does ___ mean?
Quiere decir ___. It means ___.
Adiós Goodbye
Hasta luego Until (see you) later
Hasta mañana Until (see you) tomorrow
Nos vemos See you
Por favor Please
Gracias Thank you
De nada You’re welcome
¿Qué hora es? What time is it?
Es la una. It’s one o’clock.
Son las ___. It’s ___ o’clock.
y and
menos minus
cuarto quarter (15 minutes)
media half (30 minutes)
de la mañana in the morning (AM)
de la tarde in the afternoon (PM)
de la noche at night (PM)
el calendario calendar
el día day
la semana week
el mes month
el año year
lunes Monday
martes Tuesday
miércoles Wednesday
jueves Thursday
viernes Friday
sábado Saturday
domingo Sunday
enero January
febrero February
marzo March
abril April
mayo May
junio June
julio July
agosto August
septiembre September
octubre October
noviembre November
diciembre December
¿Cuál es la fecha? What is the date?
Es el (#) de (month) It’s the (#) of (month)
Es el primero de (month). It’s the first of (month)
¿Cuántos, -as? How many?
en in
hay there is/are
hoy today
mañana tomorrow
el cumpleaños birthday
la escuela school
el bolígrafo pen
la computadora computer
el cuaderno notebook
el diccionario dictionary
el/la estudiante student
la hoja de papel sheet of paper
el lápiz pencil
el libro book
la mochila backpack
la pizarra board
el profesor/la profesora teacher
el reloj clock
los colores colors
¿Cuál es tu color favorito? What’s your favorite color?
Mi color favorito es… My favorite color is…
azul blue
anaranjado, -a orange
amarillo, -a yellow
blanco, -a white
gris gray
marrón/café brown
morado, -a purple
negro, -a black
rojo, -a red
rosado, -a pink
verde green
claro, -a light
oscuro, -a dark
brillante bright
los países countries
los números numbers
uno 1
dos 2
tres 3
cuatro 4
cinco 5
seis 6
siete 7
ocho 8
nueve 9
diez 10
once 11
doce 12
trece 13
catorce 14
quince 15
dieciséis 16
diecisiete 17
dieciocho 18
diecinueve 19
veinte 20
veintiuno 21
veintidós 22
veintitrés 23
veinticuatro 24
veinticinco 25
veintiséis 26
veintisiete 27
veintiocho 28
veintinueve 29
treinta 30
treinta y uno 31
cuarenta 40
cincuenta 50
sesenta 60
setenta 70
ochenta 80
noventa 90
cien 100
figurative translation that gives the same meaning but changes the exact words to make it sound best in the other language
literal translation that gives the word-for-word meaning in the other language
you (when speaking to someone you call by their first name)
Usted, Ud. you (when speaking to someone you need to be polite/formal with)
el the (masculine, singular)
la the (feminine, singular)
los the (masculine, plural)
las the (feminine, plural)
un a, an (masculine, singular)
una a, an (feminine, singular)
unos some, a few (masculine, plural)
unas some, a few (feminine, plural)
Created by: cobbj
 

 



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