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Vocabulario – Capítulo 6 Español IIRecuerdos Vocabulario – Capítulo 6 Español II
Vocabulario 1 Talking about what you used to do and what you wanted to be Talking about what you used to like and dislike
What did you like to do when you were….years old?¿Qué te gustaba hacer cuando tenías…años?
I used to… Solía…
What did you want to be? ¿Qué querías ser?
What did you dream of (being when you grew up)?¿Con qué soñabas?
I dreamed of being… Soñaba con ser…
What did you use to do when you were a little boy/girl?¿Qué hacías de niño(a)?
as a child de pequeño(a)
Not at all! As a matter of fact…¡Al contrario!
los animales de peluchestuffed animals los animales de peluche
cartoons los dibujos animados
trading cards las láminas
dolls las muñecas
to swing (on a swing) columpiarse
compartir los juguetesto share toys compartir los juguetes
contar chistes/cuentosto tell jokes/stories contar chistes/cuentos (o-ue)
to run races echar carreras
to love fascinar
to bother fastidiar
to play tricks hacer travesuras
to play house jugar a la casita
to play checkers jugar a las damas
to play hide and seek jugar al escondite
to play with blocks jugar con bloques
to play with cars jugar con carritos
to play tag jugar al pilla-pilla
to get along well/badlyllevarse bien/mal
to bother molestar
to hate odiar
to fight pelearse
sacar buenas/malas notasto get good/bad grades sacar buenas/malas notas
to jump rope saltar a la cuerda
to be an astronaut ser un(a) astronauta
to climb trees trepar a los árboles
Vocabulario 2 Describing people and things in the pastGiving an emotional reaction
What were you like…? ¿Cómo eras…?
back then en aquel entonces
to make a good/bad impression to like/dislike someonecaerle bien/mal
What a gossip! ¡Qué chismoso(a)!
gossipy (a gossip) chismoso(a)
likes to be alone solitario(a)
nice person buena gente
playful juguetón, juguetona
spoiled, babied consentido(a)
tender, affectionate cariñoso(a)
baptism el bautizo
sickness la enfermedad
death la muerte
birth el nacimiento
departure la partida
story el cuento
memory el recuerdo
How did you feel when you heard about…?¿Cómo te sentiste cuando supiste lo de…?
When I found out, I couldn’t believe itCuando me enteré, no lo pude creer
When I heard the news, I didn’t want to believe itCuando oí la noticia, no lo quise creer
I thought it was… Me pareció…
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