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Hola!


Can anybody give me at least 5 spanish words or phrases and its English translation (no repetition please:)...just to add to my vocabulary. This will save me a little time in searching the net you know...and my head spins around whenever I search the net for spanish words because it provides me with a long list. For now, five a day will do for me. Please do not include these anymore: hola, buenos dias, buenos tardes, buenos noches, por favor, gracias, adios, senior, seniorito, amore, beinvenido, pavo, si, te amo, como estas, hasta pronto, hasta luego, feliz, de nada, compleanos, me llamo, amiga

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I can help if you want, you can also ask for particular english words if you wish, for now I'll leave you these 5 related to weather:

Soleado : sunny

Nublado: Cloudy

Lluvioso: rainy

Ventoso: windy

Nevado: snowy 

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

I can help if you want, you can also ask for particular english words if you wish, for now I'll leave you these 5 related to weather:

Soleado : sunny

Nublado: Cloudy

Lluvioso: rainy

Ventoso: windy

Nevado: snowy


Gracias Elso! Yo soy feliz si mi hace el favor ayuda yo. :)

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Hello Eden, how are you? I will give you five verbs, you will tell me if they are usefull or not:


Dormir: Sleep

Comer: Eat

Escribir: Write

Cortar: Cut

Correr: Run

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Me encanta poder ayudar, solo dime que tipo de palabras te gustaría aprender y cada día te paso algunas ^_^ (I'm happy to help, just tell me which words are useful to you and I'll give you some each day ^^)

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Carolina.Rollon wrote:

Hello Eden, how are you? I will give you five verbs, you will tell me if they are usefull or not:

Dormir: Sleep

Comer: Eat

Escribir: Write

Cortar: Cut

Correr: Run


Gracias Carolina! I know it will be of great help to me. I plan to digest those 5 words you mentioned tomorrow since I'm really just focusing on 5 per day. :)

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

Me encanta poder ayudar, solo dime que tipo de palabras te gustaría aprender y cada día te paso algunas ^_^ (I'm happy to help, just tell me which words are useful to you and I'll give you some each day ^^)


Mucho gracias! I'll take it one at a time. I have questions in mind like how words are arranged to create a sentence.

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Great! Just let me know ^_^ I'll come with 5 more words tomorrow

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wow! more words please and phrases.

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

Great! Just let me know ^_^ I'll come with 5 more words tomorrow


Tengo muchas ganas de! :)

Edzky-18

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I'll give you 5 words to use to start a phrase they are time related maybe by the end of the week we can review them all and make mix and match sentences 

Hoy=today

Ayer=yesterday

Mañana=tomorrow (also morning)

Siempre=always

Nunca=never


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A few to help make the verbs above into phrases

Necesito=I need 

Quiero=I want

Me gusta=I like 

Odio= I hate

Puedo= I can 


Ejemplo necesito dormir /I need to sleep

Me gusta escribir/ I like to write 

Odio correr/ I hate to run


Yo can add no before necesito quiero me gusta y puedo to say I don't need I don't want I don't Like and I can't

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

A few to help make the verbs above into phrases

Necesito=I need

Quiero=I want

Me gusta=I like

Odio= I hate

Puedo= I can

Ejemplo necesito dormir /I need to sleep

Me gusta escribir/ I like to write

Odio correr/ I hate to run

Yo can add no before necesito quiero me gusta y puedo to say I don't need I don't want I don't Like and I can't


Necesito y me gusta esta muy mucho. Gracias! :)

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edz.conde wrote:

Necesito y me gusta esta muy mucho. Gracias! :)

De nada / you're welcome

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wow! gracias! =)

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Here are mine: 

Cielo: sky

Lago: lake

Mar: sea

Río: river

Montaña: mountain

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

Here are mine:

Cielo: sky

Lago: lake

Mar: sea

Río: river

Montaña: mountain


No dormir mucho ayer porque me emocionado aprender palabra nuevo. (Is my placement of words correct? I decided to put nuevo after palabra because I have observed that words are interchanged when translated in spanish. Hehe, is there a rule regarding that? Can you give me spanish prepositions and articles next time?:) 

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You did great, the correction I'd make is that palabra is feminine so I'd say palabra nueva instead of nuevo

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

You did great, the correction I'd make is that palabra is feminine so I'd say palabra nueva instead of nuevo


Oh i see. Thanks! Lately, I've been reading links related to spanish gender thing like the use of la and el, and this is an added knowledge. Really enjoying this! :)))

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Greg.Jones wrote:

I'll give you 5 words to use to start a phrase they are time related maybe by the end of the week we can review them all and make mix and match sentences

Hoy=today

Ayer=yesterday

Mañana=tomorrow (also morning)

Siempre=always

Nunca=never


Thanks Greg! I'm familiar with manana, siempre and nunca because most of our elders used that in our dialect back then. Those are some of the words we have adopted when Spaniards went here in our country many years ago. I heard them mostly in my grandparents. Here are some more of those words/phrases: excelente, muy bien, palabra de honor, siete palabra

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