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Vamos al Bosque Humédo Let’s Go to the Rain Forest Developed by Dr. Gerald Urquhart Michigan State University
Como hablamos Español? Lots of words end in ____ How do we say: A E I O U
Identifying Words Some Spanish words are similar to English words Family – Familia Reception – Recepción Animals – Animales
Sentence / Word Order Adjective noun Red car Noun adjective Carro rojo EnglishSpanish
Green Iguana Green = Verde Iguana = Iguana
Green Iguana = Iguana Verde
White-faced = Cariblanco Monkey = Mono
White-faced Monkey White-faced = Cariblanco Monkey = Mono Mono Cariblanco
Capybara = Capibara
Pig = Cerdo, Puerco, Chancho
Jaguar = Tigre
Eyelash Viper = Serpiente Oropel
Vine Snake = Culebra Vejucal
Fer de Lance
American Crocodile = Cocodrilo Americano
Leafcutter Ant = Hormiga
Rhinoceros Beetle = Escarabajo Rinoceronte
Leafcutter Ant = Hormiga Sompopa
Army Ant = Hormiga Guerillero
Ghost Spider = Araña Transparente
Poison Dart Frog = Rana Venenosa
Mombacho Salamander = Salamandara de Mombacho
Marine Toad = Sapo Marino
Basilisk Lizard = Lagartija Basilisco
Green Iguana = Iguana Verde
Quiz Harpy Eagle Harpy = Harpia Eagle = Aguila
Quiz Harpy Eagle Harpy = Harpía Eagle = Aguila Harpy Eagle = Aguila Harpía
Keel-billed Toucan = Tucán
Flower = Flor
Orchid = Orquidea
Seed = Semilla
Tree = Arbol
Bosque Humédo Rain Forest
AntHormiga BatMurciélago BearOso BeetleEscarabajo BirdPajaro BirdsAves ButterflyMariposa CapybaraCapibara CrabCangrejo CrocodileCocodrillo EagleAguila FishPez FlowerFlor FrogRana Iguana LizardLagartija MouseRaton OrchidOrquidea PigPuerco PiranhaPiraña Rain Forest Bosque Humédo SeedSemilla SnakeCulebra SpiderAraña Tarantula TigerTigre ToadSapo ToucanTucan TreeArbol
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