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Vocabulary c.5A Spanish One - Realidades
los abuelos the grandparents
el abuelo the grandfather
la abuela the grandmother
el esposo the husband (male spouse)
la esposa the wife (female spouse)
los hermanos the brothers (and sisters)
el hermano the brother
la hermana the sister
la hermanastra the step sister
el hermanastro the step brother
los hijos the children (sons and daughters)
el hijo the son
los padres (los papás) the parents
el padre (el papá) the father (dad)
la madre (la mamá) the mother (mom)
la madrastra the stepmother
el padrastro the stepfather
los primos the cousins
el primo the cousin (m)
la prima the cousin (f)
los tíos the aunt and uncle
el tío the uncle
la tía the aunt
¿Cuántos años tienes? How old are you?
Tengo … años. I am … years old.
¿Cuántos años tienen? How old are they?
Tienen … años. They are … years old.
la persona the person
el gato the cat
las decoraciones the decorations
la cámara the camera
la foto the photo
el cumpleaños the birthday
feliz cumpleaños happy birthday
la flor the flower
el globo the balloon
la luz (las luces) the light (the lights)
el papel picado the cut paper decorations
el pastel the cake
la piñata the pinata
el regalo the gift
el regalo the gift
los dulces the candies
el video the video
hacer un video to make a video
sacar fotos (reg) to take pictures
Le gusta(n) He / she like(s)
Le encanta(n) He / she loves(s)
abrir (reg) to open abroabremos abres abreabren
preparar (reg) to prepare preparo preparamos preparas preparapreparan
romper (reg) to break rompo rompemos rompes romperompen
celebrar (reg) to celebrate celebro celebramos celebras celebracelebran
decorar (reg) to decorate decoro decoramos decoras decoradecoran
tener (irreg) to have tengo tenemos tienes tienetienen
possessive adjectives my, your, his her, your (f), our, their mi(s) nuestro(a) tu(s) su(s)
other useful words quewho, that sóloonly
Capítulo 5. mi abuela mi abuela my grandmother mi abuelo mi abuelo.
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