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Vocabulario semanal – Vocabulary of the Week

by Brandi

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May 25th, 2010

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hay dos claves importantes – there are two important keys
la primera – the first one
y la segunda – and the second one
uno sin otro – one without another
nuestro curso – our course
muy exitoso – very successful
no es suficiente – isn’t enough (sufficient)
también tiene que estar dispuesto – you also have to be willing
si es posible – if it’s possible
recomiendo – I recommend
está tratando de aprender – is trying to learn
día de español – Spanish day
está mejorando – is improving
una conversación – a conversation
con otros – with others
se preocupan que – they worry that
tambi&ea cute;n se preocupan por decir – also they worry about saying
de la verdad – from the truth
cuando empiezas a hablar – when you start to speak
su idioma – your language
su idioma – their language (‘su’ can be ‘your formal’ for ‘their’)
gente Latina – Latino people
con Norteamericanos – with Americans
que no saben el Francés bien – who (that) don’t know French well
es muy diferente – is very different
algo que necesita saber – something you need to know
más amables en el mundo – friendliest in the world
les hace sentir bien – it makes them feel good
necesita tener – you need to have
en el futuro cercano – in the near future
con ellos – with them
el miedo/el temor – the fear
y cómodo que es – and comfortable (that) it is
hablar con ellos – to talk to them
Hola, ¿Qué tal? – Hi, how are you?
Estoy aprendiendo español, “¿Puede ayudarme? – I’m learning Spanish, can you help me?
Me llamo Dave – My name is Dave
¿De dónde es usted? – Where are you from?
¿Están listos? – Are you ready?
arriba – above
una meta – a goal
una vez que lo haya hecho – once you’ve done it (this is subjunctive)
como le fue – how it went for you

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