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Expresate 2 Ch 4 Voc

Expresate Spanish 2 Chapter 4 Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
animar to cheer
el (la) animador(a) cheerleader
el atletismo track and field
la banda escolar school band
la competencia competition
el debate debate
empatar to tie a game
el (la) entrenador(a) coach
el equipo team
la equitación riding
el esquí acuático water skiing
el éxito success
fatal awful
el fracaso failure
Fue todo un... It was a total . . .
ganar to win
la gimnasia gymnastics
el golf golf
increíble incredible
el (la) jugador(a) player
la lucha libre wrestling
Me fue muy bien (mal). I did very well (badly).
montar a caballo to ride a horse
la natación swimming
la oratoria speech, public speaking
el patinaje en línea in-line skating
el patinaje sobre hielo ice skating
perder (ie) to lose
el puntaje score
el trofeo trophy
gritar to shout
llorar to cry
Me dieron ganas de (+ infinitive) I felt like . . .
Me dio (mucha) tristeza. It made me (very) sad.
Me dio (mucha) alegría. . . . It made me (very) happy.
Me dio (mucha) vergüenza. . . . It made me (very) embarrassed.
Me dio una rabia. . . . It made me angry.
Me puse a (+ infinitive) I started to . . .
Me puse (+ adjective) I felt/became . . .
Me reí mucho. I laughed a lot.
reaccionar to react
reírse (i, i) to laugh
Ahora lo tengo infectado Now it’s infected.
caerse to fall down
calentarse (ie) to warm up
las cejas eyebrows
el cerebro brain
el codo elbow
el corazón heart
cortarse to cut oneself
la curita adhesive bandage
darle un calambre for someone to get a cramp
darse un golpe en… to bump one’s
el dedo del pie toe
enfermarse to get sick
estar mal to be sick
estar resfriado(a) to have a cold
estornudar to sneeze
Estoy mal. Tengo tos y me duele la garganta I’m sick. I have a cough and my throat hurts
el hielo ice
hinchado(a) swollen
el hueso bone
los labios lips
infectado(a) infected
lastimarse to injure/hurt oneself
la mejilla cheek
la muñeca wrist
el muslo thigh
la oreja ear
la piel skin
¡Pobrecito(a)! Tómate unas aspirinas y descansa un poco Poor thing! Take some aspirin and rest a bit.
ponerse to put on
los pulmones lungs
Quédate en cama y tómate este jarabe. Stay in bed and take this cough syrup.
quemarse to get a sunburn, to get burned
resfriarse to catch a cold
la rodilla knee
romperse (+body part) to break (+body part)
tener cuidado to be careful
tener un calambre to have a cramp
tener tos to have a cough
Tengo un dolor de cabeza que no se me quita. I have a headache that won’t go away.
el tobillo ankle
tomarse unas pastillas to take some pills
torcerse (ue) (+body part) to sprain, to twist (+body part)
el ungüento ointment
la uña fingernail, toenail
vendarse to bandage, to wrap
Created by: rameyll