Spanish 3 - Unit 2 At School Vocabulary B

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Spanish 3 - Unit 2 At School Vocabulary B
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Spanish 3 - Unit 2
At School
Vocabulary B
Calendario
los días de la semana
el lunes
el martes
el miércoles
el jueves
el viernes
el sábado
el domingo
los meses
enero
febrero
marzo
abril
mayo
junio
julio
agosto
septiembre
octubre
noviembre
diciembre
las estaciones
el invierno
el otoño
la primavera
el verano
Calendar
the days of the week
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
the months
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
the seasons
winter
fall
spring
summer
Verbos útiles
preparar
cocinar
limpiar
decorar
leer
cantar
bailar
hacer
abrazar
divertirse
fabricar
reír
celebrar
besar
invitar
Useful Verbs
to prepare
to cook
to clean
to decorate
to read
to sing
to dance
to do
to embrace
to have fun
to make
to laugh
to celebrate
to kiss
to invite
En la casa
la alcoba (recamara, cuarto)
la alfombra
el balcón
Around the house
the bedroom
the rug
the balcony
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Spanish 3 - Unit 2
At School
Vocabulary B
el comedor
las cortinas
la sala
la cocina
el cuarto de baño
el despertador
la escalera
el escritorio
el estante
el garaje
la lavadora
la mesita de noche
los muebles
el patio
el sótano
el timbre
la televisión
la estereofonia
la radio
el computador/la computadora
el teléfono/celular
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
dining room
curtains
living room
kitchen
bathroom
alarm clock
stairs
desk
bookcase
garage
washing machine
nightstand
furniture
patio
basement
doorbell
television
stereo
radio
computer
telephone/ cell phone
Muebles
la cómoda
la despensa
el fregadero
el lavaplatos
la maquina de lavar
la secadora
el sofá
el tocador
el sillón
el espejo
Furniture
the chest of drawers
the pantry
the kitchen sink
the dishwasher
the washing machine
the dryer
the couch
the dresser
the easy chair
the mirror
Quehaceres
encerar
desempolvar
doblar la ropa
pulir
recoger con el rastrillo
reparar
trapear
lavar
secar
planchar/ aplanchar
limpiar
recoger
tirar
sacar la basura
cocinar
Chores
to wax
to dust
to fold the laundry
to polish
to rake
to repair
to mop
to wash
to dry
to iron
to clean
to pick up
to throw away
to take out the garbage
to cook
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Spanish 3 - Unit 2
At School
Vocabulary B
Ordinales
primer(o, a)
segundo(a)
tercero(a)
cuarto
quinto
sexto
séptimo
octavo
noveno
decimo
Ordinal Numbers
first
second
third
fourth
fifth
sixth
seventh
eighth
ninth
tenth
¿Dónde está?
lejos (de)
cerca (de)
al lado de
en frente de
detrás de
delante de
entre
encima de
debajo de
dentro (de)
afuera (de)
aquí, acá
ahí
allí
Where is it?
far from
near, close to
next to
across from
behind
in front of
between
above
below
inside
outside
here
there
over there
Question words
¿Cuál?
Which one?
Días festivos
El Año Nuevo
La Navidad
El Día de los Muertos
Holidays
New Year's Day
Christmas
All Souls' Day or Day of the Dead (November 2)
La Nochebuena
EL Dia de Reyes
Customs vary from country to country, and not
all countries observe both days. These holidays
are related to the visiting of graves and the
remembrance of the dead. In Mexico, the Día de
los Muertos is a colorful celebration combining
Christian and Indian concepts of death as part of
the cycle of life.
New Years' Eve
Epiphany (January 6). This is the traditional date
of the arrival of the three wise men from the east
to the birthplace of Jesus. In many countries it is
celebrated with an exchange of gifts, and children
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Spanish 3 - Unit 2
At School
Vocabulary B
La Semana Santa
La Pascua (de Resurrección)
El Día de la Raza
El Día de la Madre
El Día de la Independencia
festejar
El bautizo (bautismo) y la primera
comunión
El cura o sacerdote
Los padrinos
bautizar
comulgar
Las fiestas de cumpleaños
pastel (torta, bizcocho) de cumpleaños
candelas (velas)
regalos
globos
cumplir años
pasarlo bien
La quinceañera
Las damas
receive gifts from the reyes magos.
Holy Week. The days preceding Easter.
Easter. However, the term las Pascuas can also
be used to refer to the Christmas holidays, and to
the Jewish Passover. Adding the phrase de
resurrección makes it clear that it refers to the
Christian Easter.
Columbus Day (October 12). A much more
important holiday in the Hispanic world than in
the United States. Día de la Raza is the traditional
name. However, in some countries of Latin
America it is more politically correct to use Día
del Descubrimiento de América.
Mother's Day. In most of Latin America and Spain
it is celebrated either May 10 or the second
Sunday in May. However, in several countries of
the Southern Hemisphere it is celebrated the
third week in October (it's Spring there).
Independence Day. Most Latin American nations
celebrate their own independence day. Of course,
the dates vary.
to celebrate
Baptism and first communion
In addition to being religious observances, a
child's baptism and first communion are
important life events involving family and
traditions. These occasions are often marked by
special clothing, invitations, photographs, and
social gatherings.
Priest
Godparents
to baptize
to take communion
Birthday parties
birthday cake. torta would be used the southern
part of South America, bizcocho in the Caribbean.
candles (on the cake)
Presents
Balloons
to have a birthday
to have a good time
Fifteenth Birthday Party (for Young Women)
In Latin America, this birthday represents a
young woman's coming of age and presentation
to society. It is generally celebrated by a big
party at which the young woman wears a special
dress for the occasion. There may even be a
special mass involved.
attendants, consisting of the girls' friends
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Spanish 3 - Unit 2
At School
Vocabulary B
Los Chambelanes
El bals con el papa
El vestido de gala
La boda
El vestido de boda
E[pastel (la torta) de boda
El noviazgo
La luna de miel
Recepción
Brindis
Los cohetes
Vocabulario adicional
El desfile
La procession
¡felicitaciones!
The girl’s friend
waltz, usually danced solo with the girl's father
formal gown
Wedding
wedding dress
wedding cake
Engagement
Honeymoon
Reception
toast (offered to the health and happiness of the
couple)
fireworks. Literally, this word means "rockets,"
but this is a common term in Latin America for
fireworks in general, which are an important part
of the Christmas celebration
Additional vocabulary
Parade
procession. In many areas, a religious procession
is observed once a year for the patron saint of
the region.
Congratulations. Never ¡congratulaciones!. It's
not a word.
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