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Halloween Spanish Vocabulary

by Dave Clark

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October 27th, 2011

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Essential Halloween Spanish Vocabulary Video Lesson

Important Halloween Vocabulary – Useful One Day Every Year!

So, you want to be nice to the Spanish speaking trick-or-treaters, but you don’t know Spanish. We have your solution. This is probably one of our most useful Spanish learning videos yet – Halloween Spanish Vocabulary. Just think, if you memorize this vocabulary, you can use it probably at least 40 or 50 times (every year!) depending on how old you are. But seriously, if you want to have a little fun practicing Spanish with the neighbors on Halloween, this will give you the perfect start. Be sure and pass this blog post on to your friends who also want to learn Spanish online.  After watching the Halloween Spanish vocabulary video, come practice with us on the Visual Link Spanish Facebook page on Friday!

Here is the vocabulary from the video:

Happy Halloween! ¡Feliz Halloween!
Would you like a piece of candy? ¿Te gustaría un dulce?
Just take one please. Sólo toma uno por favor.
Please take two. Por favor, toma dos.
What are you? ¿Qué eres tú?
Costume Disfraz
I like your costume. Me gusta tu disfraz.
That costume makes me scared. Ese disfraz me da miedo.
a monster un monstruo
Harry Potter Harry Pótter
a ballerina una bailarina
a witch una bruja
a McRib un McRib
Obama Obama
Herman Cain Herman Cain
dracula drácula
superman superman
spiderman espíderman/el hombre araña
a princess una princesa
a frog una rana
a ghost un fantasma
a cowboy un vaquero
a clown un payaso
Barbie Barbie
Question of the week:
What would you like to be for Halloween? ¿Qué te gustaría ser para Halloween?

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Remember to come practice on Fridays with us on Facebook. Gracias amigos and Happy Halloween!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

November 4, 2011 – Spanish for Your Dog or Parrot

11, 11, 11 – Spanish for Your Cruise!

November 5, 2011 – Thanksgiving Spanish Lesson


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