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Unformatted text preview: SPARKCHAFITE"-" SPANISH IDIOMS s. ADVANCED VOCABULARY _- ' _ ' -. Egg-i: INTRODUCTION " ' 93-1“. punp'OS'E or, THIS cHAn-l- Therlollfirwing verb's followhth: salm'e patltirnflabs ver'll) doler £61m“ _ 7 I This chart covers Spanish words and phrases gusbar I e e.qU,',\)/°Aen 9th 6 [mg "sh O ' e' K 'emlg emu.an to love: to adore I that En lish s eakers often find tricky or difficult 0 e p 90.5an ' S W' QUE a" 6 person w O WOU — — — — t g be .C] dug .dbmatic expressions be the subtect ot the verb in English is the indirect object in enfadar to make anng O remem r’ m u 1 1 1 i ’ S anish (ex ressed with me, te, le, nos, 03, or lost. — —~'_' _ — verb expressions, and false cognates. It is meant p 7 .939me IO surpnse 7 I for students who already know basic Spanish. Examp|es; fell?" _ _ _ _ t0 laCkJO beimlssmgi For intro—level vocabulary and pronunciation, see Nos gustan las peii'culns clnsicns. We like classic movies. fOSCiI'Iflr _ _ to fascinate the Spanish Vocabulary SparkChart. For more (Literally, "Classic movies please us”) how, fano to need in—depth grammar, see the Spanish Grammar It Lazaro, le interesn la musica iazz. Lazaro is interested in 1m Mar to matter and Spanish Verbs sparkChaI-ts_ iazz music. (Literally, "Jazz music interests Lazaro.”] _ p ,7, - , . Impresmnur to impress "was run annulus nun wan-ma. “9m” to We 7 interesar {cinema When speaking or writing in Spanish, try to use 935" he" to make a gOOd 1mP1‘e5510n 7 -m°|e51°f to bother words and grammatical structures that you re cuer mat to make a bad impression Forster to seem, to appear already familiar With. Ifyou re talking and get convenir — to suit to be suitable — 7 , stuck and don’t know a word, explain what you ’I- - - e I‘M _ _ to _‘YYOI'IE’ want to say using other words that you do know. FMIE" fl’°"I'-"“l"-"_ to be dlffiCUlt 7 quedar 77 to have left 7 "Blue A muusum- alumna“? dar asce- to disgust, to revolt _ sobrar to have in excess When using a Spanish—English dictionary, keep disgumr to upset , 5°rprenda' t0 surpnse the following suggestions in mind. EXPRESSIONS WITH “A” and “DE” / HPRESIONES CON «A» Many idiomatic expressions in Spanish involve the prepositions a or de. 1. To start with, use a dependable dictionary. y «DE» 2. Know what part of speech you’re looking for. For instance, looking up the word well could cause a lot of confusion ifyou don’t know de acuerdo in agreement de aqui en adelante from now on u causa de because of whether you need an adjective, adverb, noun, -- ~ 7 I e _de b_uena gana willingly verb, or interjection. a fin de que . . so that’ m Omier that de este modo in this way in this manner 3. There may be several choices, even for the _° I9 Ie_I‘_’_5_ _________ __ 03in the diStanCe» far away 7 de golpe suddenly _ — same part of speech. In such cases, it helps to a mas tardar _ at the latest— 7 de hoy en adelan’e from now on do a reverse lookup and look up each of the m didu 1h,1 h I , ________ _ _ choices in the Spanish—to—English section. (I . __ “ Le’ mum as , _qfi maid 90M unwillingly 4. Don’t try to translate idiomatic expressions ..0 Te.'_lg5_.q_u_e_____.__ unless — , de "Wit! __________ in style_, fashionable 7 ward for word. In most cases this will result _q__ltter_1:-I_€Ig_ ___7 _ofien _ 7 de ningon modo by no means, no way m mlsuyderstandmg’ “you. C?“ filld the a mi parecer in my opinion, de nuevo again correct translation for an idiomatic expres— to me it seems that e.._.__,. .. . I sion avoid using it, .._ —. de otro modo Otherwtse ’ . . CI (Mir de + from on, startin , MI i - 5. Note any regional variations mentioned in p ‘ g — de p'e _ 911 one 5 feet: Standlng point in time effective _ _— the dictionary. Sometimes this is crucial, as -- - —— _ 7 7 7 de prisa in a hurry Wish the Veg) “1’19”, Which is tused coatinonlt): 0,8959%? _ 11.1. 59193 O_f_’_desp1te.. e de repente suddenly in pain an 0t er countries 0 mean oge a pie on foot - - -- i f j 7 or “to catch” but has an obscene meaning in ————— '— — — de md'IIfls, ,, kneelmg’ on one 5 knefs Mexico and other parts of Latin America. m by the way 7 de sflbitor fl suddenly a solos on one’s own, alone de todos mod-05 6. Make sure you know the correct spelling anyway, anyhow g 00 of the English word you‘re looking up. For a fieI’flPO on time 7 _de vacaciones on vacation Lo—oo example, the results Wlll be Very dlfferent for a truvés de through 3555'" "m" “— realty, mm;— _' g——L° stationary as opposed to stationery, or prin- — 7 e ___.__ . _. . I . 7 . 2 st or veCes sometimes de vez en cuando from time to time ciple as opposed to principal. EXPRESSIONS WITH “POR” and "PARA" / EXPRESIONES CON «FOR» y «PARA» Many idiomatic expressions in Spanish involve the preposmons p r and para par eiemplo for example For ningfln loda nowhere U . - 7 — . _.. __ .. . _ _ 7 d7“ 7 (a d b d por escrl‘lo in writing por 011D pane on the other hand i o I a 7 a 7 '— " i —— ' ‘ " pans—fie . ) fly h) por eso therefore, that’s why par 01m lode on the other hand en un r s ----——- -- - WV -- - e e W" ' Po—H m a as _ _ - por iavor please per post: almost _ g z ester par + infinitive to be about to [do something] ——— n , o. it 4: 5 -— ——— - -— por fin finally par PI'II‘I'IOI'O vet for the first time. % g g 2 polabru par pulubm word for word —f ,d n - or 7‘ , , I 7) § § 8 Pol. adalanfado in advance W—O—UtSI e Lust in .C‘IH‘ a :: g F — nor to mafiana in the morning por wade fortunately *5 E g N 3 par ahora for now, at the moment - , e — ---— — -‘ g a Q, m e. -———-#—— - —- 7 2 ------------ -- — par la noche at night per supuasto of course > Fan 3 <r ‘0 For ulli around there, that way — — — i n 77 Q7, . E q - per la turde in the afternoon por todas partes everywhere 3 m o 3 “7 m por amends Bios for the love of God ---- - --— -——- -— _ i _ — 8 E .e 8 E «2 fi’, — - a -, a i ' por las buanfls 0 whether you like it or not nor hides IudOS on all Sides “‘3 e E? e 2“ i P" ‘1‘“‘5' Emmi?!" at “‘3‘ “me Per '05 “'03 par {Illimo finally ‘C .‘i’ -C A: .9 co '— - 7 . _ .. ~ g o E 7por uqm 7 around heie, this way 90,7307!!me _ 77 furthermore par I". luck, on one hand 83%?» < 9 E —”°'°°“’“"“°" beehive r ween“ generally , ‘ ‘ 9‘" dam" Percent _ 7 por lo menus at least 7 per ciarto certainly per lo que a "11 as far as I’m concerned estur pm + infinitive 710 be ahtiut_to_ [do something —~ par complete completely 7 I118 1000 7 790m awn—0957 b3717t£at time 7 par consecuanclu mmmflwmly _ _por lo que diDan _ from what they say Elmira we: I for another occasion par consiguama consequently 7 por lo tanto therefore, as a result para que so that, in order that Many common expressions in Spanish use verbs in a manner different from their literal meanings. English has numerous idiomatic expressions of the some kind: "to kill time," "to make do,” "to hang out,” and so on. The SPAHKCHARTS”“" SPANISH IDIOMS 8 ADVANCED VOCABULARY IDIDMATIC VERB EXPRESSIONS / MODISMOS VERBALES estclrdeyacaciorlei _ to be on vacation ester de via—ie vueltu to be traveling 7 to biback, t7o have returned _ to be supposed to, to have £07 it is necessary to, one must to put in {jam _ to call into question to start poner en movimiento to set in motion poner an apuros poner en duda poner en marchu poner la mesa poner las cosas en _cluro poner manos a la 0er to get to work _ to set the tame to clear things up quedur [to stay, to remain, to be left] quedor + adiective to_be [adjective] quedarle bien to fit well Tmfié3é§0_'__ to go b‘lind 7 qgedarsgcoio to go lame quedar con to make a date with [someone] Easier. " 6E _—_ _' "* gu_edor de pie to remain standing quedcr en_ to agreegng to arrange to quedarle mat to fit badly — 7 tables below list many common idiomatic expressions in _buenus to be in good Shape Spanish, grouped by verb. The verb’s literal meaning is condiciones listed in red at the beginning of each entry. an. en 5W'_ to be Shad—Shape ’ — — — — — — condiciones caer Ito folll ester—c; to daydream caer|_e_ _blgn to make a good impression 7 eslar fuera de st to be beside oneself caerle mat to make a bad impression 7 estur hecho polvo to be worn out Erie? wet to drop , séfilfiéfiwwaw tabsggaked hacer caer to knock over estar listo to be ready dor “0 give] estar por + infinitive to be about to, _ to be an the verge of dar a to face, to be facmg i670— Eonocer tom 7 hatter [to have lhetping verbll dar a luz to give birth 7 habe" de + Infifiillve dqr asco _—: tofigyé 7 hay que + infinitlve _dlr co_n_ _ _ __ to meet, to run into, to hit on7 ham, “0 do, '0 make} dur contra _ to hit,7t0 knock against darse cuantade H _dar de beber " 'Jar dé'th'ner' ‘68} £77 _dar la bienveriida dur Ia espuldu _dar Ingrid I _ dar los gracias a [dame la mano r r dar lo mismo der_i=en£_ dar por d_arse par vencida dar un paseo dar un paso dar una mono dar una vueltu dar voces dar vueltas a 7 to thank [someone] to realize to give7a drink to to feed to hit. strike to welcome 7 to turn one's back to strike the hour to shake hands _ to make no difference toiggfl . to consider, to regard, to assume to give up, to acknowledge defeat _ _ _ to take a wflc. to ta_ke a ride 7 to take aster. to lend a t0 ta7ke a walk, to take a ride to shout to think [something] over decir [to say, to telll acomo se dice...? How do you say”? dicho de otru manera in other words spiga! or iDigame! el qué diréin es decir melur dicho HeB)? (onithephane) pmopinigm that is to say, I mean rather, I mean no hay n71§s flue gecir th7ere’s nothing more to say [No me digas! You don’t say_! querer decir to mean echar llo throw. to put in, to add. to emit] echar a +_int|n_ltl\.re echar a perder «harem? echar de menos to start/begin to [do something] to ruin, t9 spoil 7 t07demolish, to overthrow to miss echar lo culpa (a) to blame ester lro bet estor + gerund ester 0 ester ul corriente de to be [doing something] to be priced at, to cost to be up7to da7te on _estar comogpieieni to be right at home el agua estar conforme con t07be in agreement with 7 tr de compras desde hace + amount at time _ hace + .emoufiletfime +395. hacerse _ _ _ Ecej buen tiempo hacer _c_u_er hacer culor _ hacer cdso_de _ _ hacer cola_ _______ hacer doing a hacer de nueva _ hacer el papel de hacer falto since [amount of time] [amount oftimej ago to become to bigood weather (out) to knock over to be hot (out7) _ to pay agention to to stand in line to harm [someone/ something] to do over 7 t_o play the role of to be in need of hacer iuego h-acer- lots] [maletatst hacer los paces icon) hacer mat tiempo hacer sol hacer u}; viaie hacer lino pregunta hacer viento to be cold (out) to match 7 7 7 7 to pack one’s suitcasets) to make peace (with) to be bad weather (out) t70 be sunny (out) to tie a trip to ask a question to be windy (out) if [to gel ir a pie ir de iuergu to walk to g0 90 foci to go shopping to go out partying ir de mat en peor irse llevur [to lake, to carry} to _go_from bad to worse to go away llevar + amount at time to take (amount of time) llevarse llevar a llevurse bien con llevarse mal con Ilevar una Vida buena to carry off, to take away to lead to ____ t_o get along v21] with to get algngb_adly with Dif [to hear, to listen ml to live a good life air decir clue oir hablar de 'iOye! or iOiga! to hear (it said) that to hear about, to hear of Heyl, Listen! poner Ito put, In place, ponerse + adjective ponerse to add] to become [adjective] to put on [article of clothing] ester t_Ie + profession to be working as a [profession] fponefse 0 + WinniVe estor de acuerdo ester 5!; bueri humor to be in a good mogd estar de mal humor to agree t7o be7in7a bad mood poner at corriente to begin to do [something] 77 to inform poner al die to bring [someone] up to date: quedur sin hacer to remain undone saiir lto leave. to go outl salir bien to succeed _sa_|i7r _c_on _ _ _ _ _ to go ou_t_\_vitflo date solir can It: suyu_ to get one‘s way salir mal to fail tener [to have, to possess, to hate, to contain] tener _ curios EB; calori- Ener celos (de) tare—r cuidudo tener dolone + [body part] tener en cuenta tener éxito _ _ Erbf __years old to_b_e hot to be jealogs (of) to e careful to rave a [head]ache, _[back]ache, etc. _ tohavein mind _to be successful we, am to feel like, __ to be in the mood for to _b_e_ filmy _ to be hung7ry to be on edge tener ganas de- tenet grads tener hombre tener los nervios de punta tener lugar tener mala cara tenet miedo (de) _tener por _ to take plaj flak bad to be afr7aid (070 to consider to be, _ to take [someone] for £9 hearty mind to be in a hurry tener present; tener prisa tener que + infinitive to have to [do something] tener que ver con to have to do with teller rozén to be right: to be correct tener suer'io to be sleepy _t7ene7r7suerte_ _ to be lucky tener vergiienza (de) to be ashamed (of) tornar [to lake, to drink, to eai| tomor 7a pecho to _take to heart Itomar cit-pie dela letra" to take literally _tomarle el pelo tomar en serio to_pull sameone’s leg_ to take seriously venir tta comet el mes que viene next month to semanu que viene next week ponerse de pie- to stand up Venggl __ Come on!, Let’s go!,_(_)ka_y_!_ _ven_ga lo que venga come what may _ venir + to have been [doing something] present participle venir a to come to CONTINUED ON OTHER SIDE Qeocr‘ errors c' www.5parlmalas . comran'a rs Series Editor: Matt Blanchard Writer Tracy Van Bishop Deslgner: Dan 0. Williams 20593 045 I $4.95 $6.95 CAN to ask to look cuesiionur _ ___ to q_uestion (philosophically) buscar _ _ _to look for _ hacer uno preguntu to ask a question 5'91"“ _ __ ___ t0 100k at [something] padlr to ask for, to request _ _ purecei; to appear, to seem pregontar logsk a question parecerse a to look like [someone] preguntar par to ask about (person/ thing) to meet 10 become conocer to meet [someone] for the_first time convertirse en + noun indicates that one object Changes into another: dar con, encontrarse «fl_ to meet [someone] by chance transfomiarse en + noun El aguo se convr'n'lé en hielo. (The water turned into lce.l _ monk” to meet'tsomeone] either intentionally or by Chance hucarsa + I ‘ indicates a gradual change brought about by reunirse to meet [someofie] in an Official capacity “Olin 0" |illilleCllVe someone’s effort; also expresses what has happened ' — ' ' - -- - - r _ . , . verse con to meet [someone] by appomtment or Will happen to someone: ME pregunto que se him de _ __ Juon. (I wonder what became of Juan] _ memory "99"? fl 5:: +1, indicates a grgdualddliange (aver tall“: AW “39:? E 59’ recuerdo a specific recollection noun or a lot: we are st sigue lra oian o on o. no wr ecome nc | s e ':' ' . u _ _ keeps workiniso mur‘hv} ‘ memona the capaCity to remember meterse a + noun indicates a change in profession or activity, usually in ‘0 Miss a derogatory sense: Mi” rio loo 0 Hollywood para meterse echo, de menus, main" to miss (someone/something) a octrlz ounque no Hana tafento. (My aunt went to Hollywood W— ' t l .d — — __ __ to become an actress even though she has no talent.) . _ __ O a“01 . ponerse + adjective indicates an involuntary change of state: A! at: la ,full‘iL—tc’félflle.attend aeeveflléiBBflnlment _ riolici'a, Marta Se pUso emocloriado. (Upon hearing the news, perder to miss (a chance/bus/plane/etc.) , . Mgflaiecfln‘iemled] "7, i i , i _ m DimIr quedarse + adlecltve indicates that a person or object has been left in a . certain state, often by some sort of loss: nunque 5e "’9‘" (a) to Play a gal“? or _Sport _ queo‘é sordo, Beethoven si‘guic'i caniponiondo mosica liasra so tocar to play a mustcal 1nstrument muen‘e. (Although he become deaf, Beethoven continued to WI. m ___ _ compose music until his deathl __ q W volverse + Odie-dive indicates a sudden, often irreversible change: Jasé 5e _cal'flad a measure 0f value _ volvio loco ydoio so lrobajo. (Jose went crazy and quit his lob.) cualidad a characteristic or trait Many Spanish verbs can be used with the pronoun se to indicate a process of change. to raise ' ' ' ' " " 'l i " ‘ : . This is often expressed in English as to become _, o ge _, or With the suffix —en HEP-TSP,” I to Increase (amount of) m “mama to get “red criar to care for (person/ animal) _ “some Riga main-"3d _ _ culfivar to raise, to cultivate (crops) _ m .efl’cfl"? to get ex‘med _ educar to rear, to bring up “949'.” _ _ _ ._ to get angry _ — __levgpg' _ to raise (physically), to lift 7 _ enfarmame to get 510k _ subir to take something up, to make higher enfrlarse to get cold — —-;—-——e e 7 r to save " enoiarse to get angry h t -- . ——- — — — — a orrar enroiecerse to turn red, to blush -- -— — o save (money) . . . ' guardar to set something aSide, to put something away mo|arse to get wet fer a — -—— — — so var secarse to become dry, to dry out o rescue 0m anger i . to $10 For several other common Spanish verbs, the meaning "to become _” IS Inherent: d p n . . e'ar de + in nlllve to sto doin somethin adelgazar to become thin, to lose weight I- ——p.—g g — . _ - detener to detain [someone] engordur to get fat, to gain weight ---—— — — — - - — - — - -- — — detenerse to pause, to come to a stop ensordecer to go deaf _——,‘— - ' i i . , I ' Impedlr to stop [someone] from domg something enVelecef to grow old, to age . .. . _ - parar(sei to stop (to come to a stop) to care I to support cuidar to take care of someone or something , -_ - _ I 7 — upoyar to back, to support emotionally importer to matter: No me tmporlo. (i dont core.) —— 7 - . montener to support finanCially _ close soponar to be_ar,_t0 tolerate cercu [adverb] refers to physical proximity _ sostener to sustain, to hold up physically cartano ladiectivel refers to physical proximity or degree of separation of . to take _ blood relatives _ . ,E’ E intimo {adjective} refers to relationships other than family; friendship, “LU” Paseolpaso to take a walk/Step _ g ‘E‘ 3 g emotional ties, etc. hucer w viale to take a trip in D —.+— ' . _ — ——- 7 5 a & unldo ladle-dive] refers to closeness of family members, but With no Ilevar to carry from one place to another 3 0 — - '—. ___ ' — . i: g g N m reference to blood ties quttar to take something away _ w . _——.. a _ _ 5*, E 3 m Ito) date quitatsa to take off [article of clothing] > fl <r W _ — ‘ — _— - g _g g m g cm, [noun]. an appomtmem tardor on + I_n_li_n|tlve_ ___ to take_t1me to do something 3 i a E :3; o 32> facha [noun] the caLendar date _ _ toner lugar to take place 2 E E 5: g r; E solir can lverbi to date someone socially tumor to take (most general meaning, for most other cases) 9“ o L ;: n —— . a??? ° E fact “m3 3 2 3‘5 <1 0 E I h . . . data a specific piece of information > °"° a spec'c “me (Of daY/mght) hecho a known reality rato a brief amount of time, a while _ funny tiempo _ time in an abstract sense, a duration or period of time ———-_—————,—— vez an instance or occurrence 06mm comical . .. ' to try _cunoso, extranf _ _ odd, strange d'ivemdo _ _ _ _ entertaining intentar f Infinitive to try to do [something] I , __aLi, x - 1 FALSE CDGNATES / CDGNADDS FALSOS The following words are often mistaken because they appear to be cognates but are not -, 5mm . ; aims" am For example, actual in Spanish means "current’; the real Spanish word for the English ' ' " ' ' honesl'o decent,__l'_i_o_n0rable honest honfadol recto "actual" is reflective or verdadaro. All Spanish words in the table are in bold. . __ SPANlSI-l-BHIGLISH - ENGUSI'FSMNISH actual current, present _Etnal efeitlvo, verdadero Iapllcar to apply, to attach to apply solicitor _ _ , - . . [for a job) introducn to introduce (a top1c) to Introduce presenter idiom language __ idiom __modismo ignorar to be unaware of __ to ignore _no hacel’ c050 de lntoxiour to poison to intoxicate emborrachor —_ __ [a person] _ loam—WE. large grande_ _apglogiu eulogy __afllogy __ __dlsculpa, excusd asrsllr _ to attend to assist fludar calendar _to take care of to attend OSlSfiI' — 7 L reading lea-“L conferenda bachlilor secondary—school bachelor soltero 7 —lib'efi° b00ksmre- _ library “well?” graduate mayor greater, _o_lder mayor alcalde blHén trillion ‘ ' mil mlllones mum mt_>_<_iuration_ measure medidu onrbén coal carbono molester to annoy, _to bother __ to molest abusar sexualmente _oarnpo country, field campamento nombre noun, name_ _ number numero cargo duty, responsibility cargo reflves_ _ parents padres :mata- told-er, 7—7— ,' alfombra to puncture _to_pinch pellizcar _ _ _cl'iocur to crash, to shoal: '_ _ _ __ ' preservative conservante collar _ __necklace to try to, to aspire to to pretend oor'iipléxién constitution, complexion tez ' to t_al_§e away, to_remove_ to quit temperament _ __ _ royal obligation compromise acuerdo mutuo, arreglo — tO’C’arry out -— dame cusha de oold, illness constipation __eshefilmlenjg ' ' net mic _ _ to answer, to I‘epll racemes: _ refutcir _rechar to remind, to remember t_o record gTabar, nesllsmlr _ to agree, to fit, to suit _to convene convocar mm clothes TOEE cuerda dfifi-‘Epcién disappointment deceptiun___ — ,._‘_____, _ engafio gm health): 5—3113 __ cuerdo, sensato "1mg 991E“ .. _._ delene, — sensible _ _ sensitive sensible sensato, prudente mlsmmme 23w _ _ court verdict sentence faint dismay consternaclén . _ _ __ . 59H? _ to upset) to dlsplease _tgglsfillsb __EC" “5% to hold up, to tolerate mantener, apoyar, polite, well—mannered educated culto _ _ sostener pregnant _ embarrassed _ overgonzado __ _ to happen, to follow 3 succeed tenel' éxl‘lo to fifty” _ ___ eI'lVldldf event success éxl‘lo __ Euccess Ex1t salida _ board fabric tela, teiido " " __ socce_r “football” _ futbol anlericano “ prickly pear cactus, 0ft?" __ trivia] futile vano, inufil _ _ _ student musical group _ gmcloso funny 'rat'ious cortés lass fiOferO, ian'én w l: g i SPARKCHARTSV .- This Table h'ghhghli some 0f me many bIOCk (Street) la cuadra (LE computer la computadora TAI mushroom e1 champifién regional variations In vocabulary and - — ; —— — slang across Spanish-speaking countries. la manzana _' 61 Ordenador —I la callampa U The most common or universal word (if budd arm 0 eyeglasses 105 anteo'os Mi — ’7 , V, 8 there is one) is listed first, and the regional Y i ’1 .J E 61 hongo 'E g 5 § variations that follow are marked with flags. Shf '~ _ _ 05 65136319105 1a seta : g g , . — m TA Latin America (entire) |-\| Mexico Ml lasgfas .._ e1 cacahuate M g d E g Q, Central America - Nicaragua cnate_l‘_! 103 lemes “a "'I _ EE ‘5' g _5; Sou”, America paraguay gang E father/mother el _padre/la madre el cacahuete —' .3 g 3' 7 . ’ = T: Argentina - Peru gfiey [I e] viejo/la vieja E 61 mani UA‘ 2 i 4 . — — . , H 0 . l. Chile Puerto Rico . . kid (young el/la mm (—a), pineapple 1a pifia ; ° 3 3 _ Colombia - Spain r _ boY/gll'll elfla _chic_o (—a) el anané S ' in E Cuba -’-- Uruguay +— _el_/la chamaco {-a) II E = :: Dominican Republic - United States I el/la chavalo (_a) I}. _ pom", 1a papa UV 5 —w ' ' , %i__ ' '_ ‘— E — = Ecuador Venezuela 61 guambflo la patata _ 3 =3 ,-_- El Salvador #| el/la nene (—a) 3:: ‘ prefly bonito : E g —0 ' ' 'LA .—: .. —. 7 ‘5 _— upartment el apartamento View Lb ) el/la pibe (—a) L.-_-.'I I-- lindo iLAi r8 i =8 a t s e -‘ _ e1 departamento M‘ e u 0 u _ e1 almuerzo M' _ shrimp e] camarén LA; ‘ 9i _8 e1 piso : flaumcar 7 la comida : 1a amba — _ E =0! 61 I’lémno el camion JCA If! _ e1 lonche E _g — — ' 1a camioneta = m el langostino : H i l\ m: . _ man (slung) che a; l_a banana ._ l I _ 1 1 . 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This test prep was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course SPAN Spanish taught by Professor Any during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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