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Dogs and cats are domestic animals. Perros y los gatos son animales domésticos.
My son wants a tortoise as a pet. Mi hijo quiere una tortuga como mascota.
What's the difference between a tortoise and a turtle? ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre una tortuga terrestre y una tortuga marina?
I want a hamster for my birthday. Quiero un hámster para mi cumpleaños.
Pets are not allowed in this building. No se permiten mascotas en este edificio.
. When I grow up, I want to be a veterinarian. Cuando sea grande/adulto, quiero ser un veterinario.
Horses are kept in a stable. Los caballos están/se encuentran en el establo.
That is an enormous pig! ¡Ese es un cerdo enorme!
We have ducks, chickens, sheep, goats and cows on our farm. Tenemos patos, gallinas, ovejas, cabras y vacas en nuestra granja.
The President likes to spend time relaxing on his ranch. Al Presidente le gusta pasar el tiempo relajándose en su rancho.
Come on! Let's go feed those birds. Venga/Vamos! Vamos a alimentar a esos pájaros.
Look! They have parrots. !Mira! Tienen loros.
This rooster looks evil. Let's leave him alone. . Este gallo parece malvado. Vamos a dejarlo solo.
How can you have a snake as a pet? What if it escapes? ¿Cómo puedes tener una serpiente como mascota? ¿Y si se escapa?/¿Qué pasa si se escapa?
There is a mouse in the kitchen. I hate mice! Hay un ratón en la cocina. ¡Odio los ratones!
We never buy pets at the pet store. We prefer to go to the animal shelter to adopt them. Nunca compramos mascotas en la tienda de mascotas/animales. Preferimos ir a un refugio de animales para adoptarlas.
There are different breeds of dogs. That's a German Shepherd. Hay diferentes razas de perros. Ése es un pastor alemán.
A male chicken is called a rooster. The female is called a hen. El macho del pollo se llama gallo y la hembra (del pollo) se llama gallina.
Dogs give birth to puppies. Cats give birth to kittens. Los perros dan a luz/paren cachorros. Los gatos dan a luz a gatitos.
A baby cow is called a calf. A baby sheep is called a lamb. Una cría de vaca se llama ternero. Una cría de bebé se llama cordero.
Created by: Andrew Hornsby