Spanish lesson 3

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Spanish lesson 3
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  1. Disaster
    El desastre
  2. Salad
    La ensalada
  3. Excuse
    La excusa
  4. Family
    La familia
  5. Favourite
    Favorito(a)
  6. Garage
    El garaje
  7. Lemonade
    La limonada
  8. Moment
    El momento
  9. Occupation
    La occupation (accent)
  10. Refridgerator
    El refrigerador
  11. Bathroom
    El bano, el cuarto de bano (wavy n)
  12. Garbage
    La basura
  13. House
    La casa
  14. Lawn
    El cesped (accent)
  15. City
    La ciudad
  16. The kitchen
    La cocina
  17. Dining room
    El comedor
  18. Meal/food
    La comida
  19. Thing
    La cosa
  20. Room
    Cuarto
  21. Bedroom
    El dormitorio
  22. Sister
    La hermana
  23. Brother
    El hermano
  24. Mom
    Mama (accent on last a)
  25. Furniture
    Los muebles
  26. Parents
    Los padres
  27. Dad
    El papa (accent on last a)
  28. Plate/dish
    El plato
  29. Duster
    El plumero
  30. Recipe
    La receta
  31. Clothes
    La ropa
  32. Living Room
    La sala
  33. Soap Opera
    La telenovela
  34. Time
    El tiempo
  35. Work
    El trabajo
  36. Housework
    Los trabajos de la casa
  37. To open
    abrir
  38. To sweep
    barrer
  39. To drink
    Beber
  40. To have dinner
    Cenar
  41. To eat
    Comer
  42. To run
    Correr
  43. To cut/to mow
    Cortar
  44. To believe
    Creer
  45. To have to/to must
    Deber
  46. To rest
    descansar
  47. To divide
    Dividir
  48. To write
    Escribir
  49. To do/to make
    Hacer (you hago)
  50. To wash
    Lavar
  51. To read
    leer
  52. To clean
    Limpiar
  53. To arrive
    llegar
  54. To watch/to look at
    mirar
  55. To iron
    Planchar
  56. To prepare
    Preparar
  57. To recieve
    Recibir
  58. To take out
    Sacar
  59. To dust
    Sacudir
  60. To have
    Tener
  61. To come
    Venir
  62. To live
    Vivir
  63. This
    Este(a)
  64. Bossy
    Mandon(ona) - accent on o
  65. Occupied
    Occupied
  66. With me
    Conmigo
  67. To mow the lawn
    Cortar el cesped (accent)
  68. Things to do
    Cosas que hacer
  69. When
    Cuando
  70. After
    Despues (accent)
  71. That
    Eso
  72. Especially
    Especialmente
  73. A thousand
    Mil
  74. For/in order to
    Para
  75. To vacumn
    Paser la aspiradora
  76. To set the table
    Poner la mesa
  77. Who is it?
    Quien (es)? (upside down question mark, accent on e)
  78. Always
    Siempre
  79. To be hungry
    Tener (mucha) hambre
  80. To have to + infinitive
    Tener que + infinitive
  81. To be right
    Tener razon (accent)
  82. To be thirsty
    Tener (mucha) sed
  83. To knock at the door
    Tocar (llamar) a la puerta
  84. Still
    Todavia (accent)
  85. All
    Todo (a)
  86. A while
    Un rato
  87. Collander
    El colador
  88. Pot
    La cacerola
  89. Blender
    La licuadora
  90. Toaster
    La toastadora
  91. Coffee maker
    La cafetera
  92. Frying pan
    La sarten (accent)
  93. Oven
    El horno
  94. The dish washer
    El lavaplatos
  95. The washing machine
    La lavadora
  96. Dryer
    La secadora
  97. The iron
    La plancha
  98. Microwave
    El horno de microondas
  99. Bowl
    El tazon (accent)
  100. To be cold
    Tener (mucha) frio
  101. To be hot
    Tener (mucho) calor
  102. To be sleepy
    Tener (mucho) sueno (wavy n)
  103. To be in a hurry
    Tener (mucha) prisa
  104. To be lucky
    Tener (mucha) suerte
  105. To be careful
    Tener (mucha) cuidado
  106. To be sucessful
    Tener (mucho) exito (accent)
  107. To feel like
    Tener (muchas) ganas de
  108. To be afraid/scared
    Tener (mucho) miedo
  109. To be right
    Tener (mucha) razon (accent)
  110. To be wrong
    no tener (mucha) razon
  111. To be...years old
    Tener....anos (de edad) - accent
  112. Three hundred
    Trescientos
  113. Four hundred
    Cuatroscientos
  114. Five hundred
    Quienentos
  115. Six hundred
    Seiscientos
  116. Seven Hundred
    Setescientos
  117. Eight hundred
    Ochocientos
  118. Nine hundred
    Novecientos
  119. How much?
    Cuanto cuesta? (upside down question mark, accent)

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