Spanish_2_Notes_3 - Spanish English Spanish English sentirse to feel feeling el est\u00f3mago stomach la piel skin la ambulancia ambulance el brazo arm el

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Spanish English Spanish English sentirse to feel; feeling el estómago stomach la piel skin la ambulancia ambulance el brazo arm el hospital hospital la rodilla knee el pulso pulse la espalda back la fractura fracture la muñeca wrist el paramédico paramedic el estómago stomach el doctor doctor la frente forehead los rayos X X-rays la barriga belly los músculos muscles moverse to move la silla de ruedas wheelchair los primeros auxilios first aid nacer to be born le duele el pecho his/her chest hurts nació he/she was born caerse to fall bronquial bronchial respirar to breathe los descubrimientos discoveries el yeso cast el campo field romperse to break morir to pass away tropezarse to trip on/over; stumble murió he/she passed away
la herida wound la fiebre fever los huesos bones la sala de emergencia emergency room Subject pronoun -ar -er -ir yo (I) tú (you) -aste -iste -iste él/ella/usted (he/she/you formal) -ió -ió Subject pronoun -ar -er -ir nosotros/nosotras (we) -amos -imos -imos vosotros/vosotras (you all) -asteis -isteis -isteis ellos/ellas/ustedes (they, you all) -aron -ieron -ieron Preterite tense is for: 1 an action (not a thought or description) 2 something that occurred at an exact moment in the past—a moment that you can pinpoint 3something that began and was totally completed in the past and is not ongoing Spanish English Spanish English la fiebre fever sanar to heal
la sala de espera waiting room el dolor de garganta sore throat; pain in the throat la oficina del doctor doctor’s office se ve mal He/She looks bad la inyección injection

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