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Unformatted text preview: SPARKCHARTS""" SPAN'S" VOCABU LA PRONUNGIATION ,,,,,, “Mr— like ein ten like ee in see 7_ like 0 in rose like 00 in shoot; silent following q or 9 except when written with an umlaut_ 7 ai, ay like y in try _ ._Eke 011: 11.1.0310 £3132- like fly in day ie like ye in yellow (iiiby like oy in boy b b and 1) are the same; at the beginning of a word or after m or n, like English b without a strong pqu of breath; otherwise, intermediate W,“ between English b and English 1) c before a, o, u, and any consonant but h, like k in kitten; before 9 or i, like sin sit (except _in most of §paianihere it _is_like th in think) like cc in accept (except in most of Spain, _where second c is like th in_ think) at the beginning of a word or after 71 or I, like English d without a strong puff of breath; otherwise, like a softer th in this 0 cero 1— uno —2 — dos 3— tres 4 cuatro 5— cinco —6— seis _7— - siete ocho 9 nueve 7 7 10 diez _1—1_ u once TI doce 13 trece 14 catorce 15 quince 16 dieciséis 17 diecisiete 18 dieciocho 50 cincuenta 60 sesenta 70 setenta 80 ochenta 90 noventa “ cien, ciento 101 ciento uno 7 200 doscientos (—as) 201 doscientos uno 300 trescientos (—as) 400 cuatrocicnlos (—as) 500 quinientos (—as) ' 600 seiscientos (eas) 700 setecientos (-as) ' 800 ochocientos (—as) 900 novecientos (—as) ' Uno changes to on when - followed by a masculine r noun and to UHL'J when followed by a feminine 7 in combination with other 2nd Gen is used when count— Ordinnls ing and before a noun __.,— . . . 1st — — (Lien pesos), Clients )8 used _pnmer( 0/ a), segundo (—a) numbers (107: rrrinio sue-re). 7. 2 . ’ f * 3rd tercer (—0/—a) AM is invariable (siete mii) .. _ _ except when used with 4”! a nonspecific value (miles de Galore-5). cuarto (—a) 5th quinto (—a) Milton is always a mas— “h sex“) (_a) culine noun; it takes —es 7", whenever plural and takes do before a noun it quan- 8th tifies (i'r'nm Iiir'i'l'it-rieis, (trim millones tie hunitontes). séptimo (—a) octavo (—a) 9th noveno (—a) Ordinal numbers are _lofl déCimO (‘3) adjectives and must agree mh decimoprimero in number and gender (_a) with the nouns they modify. They immediately 12??! decimosegundo precede the noun (to or two (—a) man). Putnam and tarmm are shortened to primer and rercer before singular masculine nouns. Beyond u'écirrio, cardinal numbers 20th vigésimo (—a) 100111 centésimo (—a) 100mb milésimo (—a) ‘ SPARKCHARTS” . . . . g r noun. usually are used and . wtl}11en followid bye or lléllke Ii in hit, 19 diecinueve follow the noun (m. “9'10 Frac‘ltons o erw1se,iegingo - —— .. " . . f¥— - 2i i .- . / la tad; _ Sileii_t_;_ hola is pronounced OH—la 2° Vemte w n I” m) 2 unnélledJ-O 1‘ like h in hot; jota is pronounged HO—ta 21 veintiuno 1°00 “111 _ — —, 11 like y in yes (in parts of South America, like 22 veintidés 1.101 mil ciento uno 0'5 zero coma cmco s in measure; in arts of Spain, like ‘injelly) —— r — —— — ——, — '1': un tercio .,_,A__ p ——J 77 23 ~ t-t r 10 000 diez mil ~ - ‘ vein 1 res - — — n__‘ like no incmiyon _ I I . _ __. _ _ . l , 1“ un Guano _9 like I_<_i_n kite, followfly lie or Ill (u is Silent) 30 treinta 1.000.000 un millon 3/ r at the beginning of a word or before a pause — 2.000.000 ‘ tres warms 31 treinta y uno dos millones r 3 2/: — at the end of a word, like rr; otherwise, like . - tres y dos tercios L0 = dd in ladder; never pronounced like English r 32 trelnta y dos 1'000'000'000 mil millones I 3% tres afios y _ o) — —-— —' I - - -- _ . , V — _ With_a pronounced tnll 4o cuarenta 1.000.000.000.000 un billon years medjo 0 see b _ _ _ _ __ _ . ._. -. _ L0 like English x; in words derived from Native American languages (e.g., México) _sometimes pronounced like Ii in hit CALENDAR / e! CALENDARIO ll lllllll Dates if to: Fechas Seasons 3’ las Estaciones ‘ _LO — 7 7___— y like Spanish i; Othemse’ What is today‘s date? éCual es la fecha de hoy? winter el invierno summer e1 verano , __© '. . _ , g—g fli— in America and parts of Spahi, like 5 " 'sxA'a m ES"'1 I d Spring 13 Primavera "mum" ‘31 OtOfiO 3g (0 in sit; elsewhere in Spain, like th in think y _ e pnmgo e mayo . Measuring Time F'Ew eM—°'°“"“e *E‘dedemm" e 7 week i Z Accents are often omitted over capital letters. ouch” 31“ --61 treinta y um de ocmbre a semana m E 00 today hoy last week___ _ la semana pasada 9—; COGNATES Yes-tidy),— H _ I _ ay’e: — _ next week la semaiflréxima ' I A I . tomorrow manana In a week en una semana 5 English words that are Similar to their Spanish coun— day before yesterday anteayer '_ in M0 week; " en dos semanas . g terparts often can be recognued by their endings. ~ g g 3 Engish 5W” day after tomorrow pasado manana _ flee”!- Semana] _ g E ‘8 g; ending EMF"! ending Example Days of the Week I res Dias de la Semana weekend I el fin de semana :5: g ‘099 [@098 'Ol9 E" .Dfisale _ _Iltlonday lunes friday Viernes month el mes 2. h I g 3 —ont brilliant brillante _ mad-u! I I _ martes Ismuway _ sébado year e1 afio _ g g a? 3?: 4’7 . nec‘flfl._ 'or'o mic-Elsa“ Wednesday miércoles _ Sunday domingo three years ago hace tres afios E g g % «a l\ .5. ._ca comm“ if? comm _ Thursday jueves It's Monday. Es lunes. last year e1 afio pasado fine €425 §“’ '3: Egg-'1’ "‘a ’0 Wm” What day of the week c‘Qué dia es? decade 1 d’ d _— §§g S 0 7E- enchanted —ado, —ido encaniado is m ‘ I . a 9C3 a ~ ' u 3 m “5 < 9 a differenr —ente dire-retire in the fifties __ durante los anos Cincuenta pa—inler _ -or at pinior monms I '05 M9595 century el siglo _ domes“: _ico doméstico January_ _ a eiiero _July julio Holidays r; '05 was Faded“ _' ' ' _ i ' in .I "'9 $335123“ 3313 $3,312??? “WW febreio 9992*— agosto _ cram; 1a Nafidad :Ism communism 451110 of wruuru‘smo MWCh marZO seplember Septlembl‘e Christmas Eve la Nochebuena — '°U‘ _ _gfill9i‘3U5 '°5° Clair-Clo“ April abri] October octubre New Year’s Day _ el Dia del Afio Nuevo - _—_ti_a| essential _—ei_a| finial _ ' N— - --Be— ' _ ___ . . ._. . _ — 7 liberation -ci6n in liberation ___“,y __ maXO __ Nam r nowembre fllY—Weil: la Semana Santa I Ehrersity [a universide June junio DeCGMbel' diciembre Easter 1a Pascua 5PARKCHflHTS""-“ "PANISH VOCABULARY WEATHER / ei TIEMPD How Is the ("_Qué tiempo 7 It's raining. Llueve. sun e1 sol _ fame"? hace? It’s snowing. Nieva. moon la luna What is the (LA qué esté 1a It's hailing. Graniza. rain 1a lluvia ’empemmre? temperatura? ' _ _ - it's sunny. Hace sol. snow la n1eve It is 20 Esta a 20 ~ - ' - - degrees-n gradosm it's wtndy. Hace Viento. wmd el Viento v — It’s cloudy. Esta nublado. rainbow el arco iris below zero. baJo cero. h d l b . . s a e a som ra It is... Hace... 0" __ ._ e] alre k . —, , cloud la nube ..s V _eLuelo nice buen tIempo ---—— _ _ fog 1a niebla star la estrella h°l 031‘” frog, 1a helada storm la tormenta cool fresco he" 81 granizo thunder el trueno _W'd_ _ filo lightning _— el relampago humidW 13 humedad bad mal tiempo lightning bolt el rayo brews? el pronéstico ENGOUNTERS / las ENCUENTRDS Pleasantries How do you do? Introductions please __ Bor favor How one you (2me esté usted? What’s dCémo se llama? thank you gracias dOMB? éComo estés? (fam) Wt" name? dCémo te llamas? thank you very muchas gracias rm EStO I (fam‘) “Wt-7h _ ‘34" _ 7 Me llamo... Yw’ae welcome. De nada. "$1?! __ M Encantado (—a). No probierlt._ No hay (lique. [verrl bud" _ [mUY] mal _ W Welcome to... Bienvendos a... 50-50 asi asi Querria presentarle a... Hello and Goodbye _ _ How's it going? (ZQué tal? Le presento a". Good morning __Buenos dias _ .. ___ _.. __ Fine. Bien. 932d M Buenm tardes V b. Where dDe dc’mde es usted? Good evening Buenas noches 98:: we . a len. me you éDe dénde ereS? , ly. ...mal. from? (fam) Hello ___Hola _ N “H;— " 'M, — — -—-—— ‘ _ Goodbye Adiés ° 1 as o menos‘ “Tl fmmu- Soy de... _See you soon. __ Hasta Pronto._ What’s new? éQué hay de first name el nombre You I‘m" Has” luggo' _. __. . ."uevn? last name el apellido See ymtotrlonuw. Ilasta mafiana. Nothing much. No mucho. Until next time. Hasta la , Miss sefiorita (Sna') _ _ préxima. Yes—bl Mir-{Sir sefior (Sr) Have a nice day. Que pase buen m— _ _ n0 _ Mml sefiora (Sra) dia. maybe quizés Ma'um Clock Time What time is it? When using the 24-hour clock, do not indicate am. and p.m. (with expressions such as do lo mono-(Io. etc.) or use special terms for the half— and quarter—hour (I; cuoIIo, etc). - 15:30 (3:30 p.771.) reads quince horas y lrEInln mlnuins - Son las 22:45 (It is 10:45 pm.) reads Son los dQué hora es? Do YOU have the time? dTiene la hora? Do you know whaltime it is? 'What time is the concert? (2A qué hora es el COHCieI'tO? velmidds horcrs y Luorenlc: Ir Limo IIII'JIIJJOS. I _ ' it is... Es... Time °f 00)“ | . — , ' noon e1 mediodia 7 morning la mafiana midnight la medianoche 7 dawn el alba _ _1300 13 um sunrise e1 amanecer, 1:30 la una y media _ _ la salida del sol It is .._ _ _ _ _ Son... day el dia 2_:00 las dos afternoon la tarde 2le las dos y diez 7 evening 1a tarde _ _2‘15 las dos 3' ML _ dusk e1 crepusculo 2:30 las dos y media — — ' — _ sunset el anochecer, _ 2:45 las tres menos cuarto _ la puesta del sol 2:50 I _ _ __ las tres menos d1ez night la noche at hi hi ' 9 _ _ de la nocfle — hour la hora in the morning de la manana mi m 1 . t - — — n e e mmu o in the ofternoon/ de la tarde — evening second 61 segundo ___-The. new .1 emumfioi' ._ Face I“ la Caro -- las pestofias _ el lublo ' _ dlentes ' ' _lc'I lengua \ la borbilla' '— el cuello _' iaw rim-at freckles las pecas moustache elflgote beard la quijada la garganta la barba Body ! ol Cuerpo '. 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