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Rocket Spanish - Ph1

Rocket Spanish Phrases - Chapter One

You are the future of the country Ustedes son el futuro del país
Thank you very much for your contribution Muchas gracias a todos vosotros por su contribución
They (the girls) don’t have their plane tickets Ellas no tienen sus boletos de avión
What country are you from? ¿De que país es usted?
You are very young. Tú eres muy joven.
You have the money. (work colleague) Usted tiene el dinero.
You can’t lift that weight. (friend) Tú no puedes levantar esa pesa.
Where are you going? ¿Adónde va usted?
I am from Spain. Yo soy de España.
You are young. Tú eres joven.
She is a teacher. Ella es profesora.
We are from New Zealand. Nosotros somos de Nueva Zelanda.
You are all from Spain. Vosotros sois de España.
You are all very intelligent Ustedes son muy inteligentes
Whose shoe is this? It is Matthew’s shoe. ¿De quién es el zapato? El zapato es de Mateo.
Those are my parents' passports. Esos son los pasaportes de mis padres.
Where does Edward come from? Edward is from Spain. ¿De dónde es Eduardo? Eduardo es de España.
José is an airplane pilot. José es piloto de aviones.
I am an actor. Yo soy actor.
They are students. Ellos son estudiantes.
I am twenty-one years old. Tengo veintiún años de edad.
I have two pencils in my hand. Tengo dos lápices en mi mano.
The train fare costs thirty-four pesos. El pasaje de tren cuesta treinta y cuatro pesos.
Edward is thirty-one years old. Eduardo tiene treinta y un años de edad.
I need twenty-one more invitations. Necesito veintiuna invitaciones más.
How many (orange are there)? There are 10 oranges. ¿Cuántas (naranjas hay)? Hay diez naranjas.
How many things are in the bag? There isn't anything ¿Cuántas cosas hay en la maleta? No hay nada.
Are there flowers in your garden? There are no flowers in my garden. ¿Hay flores en tu jardín? No hay flores en mi jardín.
How many apples are there in the refrigerator? There is one apple in the fridge. ¿Cuántas manzanas hay en el refrigerador? Hay una manzana en el refrigerador.
I have some flowers. Tengo unas flores.
I want some pants. Quiero unos pantalones.
There are thousands of fish in the sea. Hay miles de peces en el mar.
I have 1,200,500 pesos in the bank. Tengo un millón doscientos mil quinientos pesos en el banco.
There are 50,000 automobiles on the highway. Hay cincuenta mil automóviles en la carretera.
In Chile, there are more or less 13,000,000 inhabitants. En Chile hay más o menos trece millones de habitantes.
The ranch has four hundred cows. El rancho tiene cuatrocientas vacas.
There are two hundred girls in the school. Hay dos cientas niñas en la escuela.
We manage six hundred clients in my company. Manejamos seiscientos clientes en mi compañía.
What time is it? ¿Qué hora es?
Can you please tell me the time? ¿Me puede decir la hora, por favor?
What time is it? It is twelve thirty. ¿Qué hora es? Son las doce y media.
¿Qué hora es? (2:15) Son las dos y cuarto. It’s a quarter past two.
¿Qué hora es? (1:30) Es la una y media. It’s half past one.
¿Qué hora es? (1:00) Es la una. It is one.
¿Qué hora es? (3:45) Es cuarto para las cuatro. It is a quarter to four.
¿Qué hora es? (2:55) Son cinco para las tres. It's 5 minutes to three.
in the morning de la mañana
in the afternoon de la tarde
in the evening de la noche
¿Qué hora es? (10:23am) Son las diez y veintitrés de la mañana. It is ten twenty three in the morning.
¿Qué hora es? (6:05pm) Son las seis y cinco de la tarde. It is six oh five in teh afternoon.
¿Qué hora es? (11:45pm) Es cuarto para las doce de la noche. It's a quarter to twelve in the evening.
At what time…? ¿A qué hora…?
At what time did you get up today? ¿A qué hora te levantaste hoy?
At what time should we meet tonight? ¿A qué hora nos juntamos esta noche?
Created by: ganders75
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