Spanish1 Semester2 Vocab Review

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  1. ¿Qué te gusta hacer?
    What do you like to do?
  2. me gusta…
    I like…
  3. no me gusta…
    I don’t like
  4. estar enfermo
    to be sick
  5. tener hambre
    to have hunger / to be hungry
  6. nadar
    to swim
  7. bailar
    to dance
  8. jugar videojuegos
    to play video games
  9. dibujar
    to draw
  10. escribir
    to write
  11. escuchar música
    to listen to music
  12. jugar al fútbol americano
    to play football
  13. jugar al voleibol
    to play volleyball
  14. hablar
    to speak/talk
  15. correr
    to run
  16. hacer la tarea
    to do homework
  17. cocinar
    to cook
  18. estudiar
    to study
  19. leer
    to read
  20. cantar
    to sing
  21. mirar la tele
    to watch t.v.
  22. mirar películas
    to watch movies
  23. esquiar
    to ski
  24. hacer snowboard
    to snowboard
  25. montar a caballo
    to ride a horse / to go horseback riding
  26. acampar
    to camp
  27. caminar
    to walk
  28. hacer ejercicio
    to exercise
  29. cazar
    to hunt
  30. pescar
    to fish
  31. vivir en Garden Valley
    to live in GV
  32. ir a Boise
    to go to Boise
  33. trabajar
    to work
  34. dormir
    to sleep
  35. comer
    to eat
  36. quiero
    I want
  37. quieres
    you want
  38. ¿quieres comer?
    do you want to eat?
  39. quiere
    he/she wants
  40. queremos
    we want
  41. quieren
    they / y’all want
  42. mañana
    tomorrow
  43. esta noche
    tonight
  44. este viernes
    this Friday
  45. este sábado
    this Sat.
  46. este verano
    this summer
  47. esta primavera
    this spring
  48. este fin de semana
    this weekend
  49. ¿Qué quieres hacer?
    What do you want to do?
  50. ¿Qué quieres hacer este fin de semana?
    • What do you want to do this weekend?
    • ciento uno
    • 101
  51. ciento dos
    102
  52. doscientos
    200
  53. trescientos
    300
  54. cuatrocientos
    400
  55. quinientos
    500
  56. seiscientos
    600
  57. setecientos
    700
  58. ochocientos
    800
  59. novecientos
    900
  60. mil
    1000
  61. ochocientos cincuenta y siete
    857
  62. presente progresivo
    present progressive
  63. ¿Qué estás haciendo?
    What are you doing?
  64. estoy hablando
    I’m talking
  65. estás hablando
    you’re talking
  66. estoy comiendo
    I’m eating
  67. estás comiendo
    you’re eating
  68. estoy durmiendo
    I’m sleeping
  69. estoy leyendo
    I’m reading
  70. estoy yendo
    I’m going
  71. estoy trabajando
    I’m working
  72. estamos corriendo
    we are running
  73. ellos están cocinando
    they are cooking
  74. Perry está pescando
    Perry is fishing
  75. presente
    present
  76. o, as, a, amos, an
    present “AR” endings
  77. ¿Cuándo estudias?
    when do you study?
  78. siempre estudio
    I always study
  79. nunca estudio
    I never study
  80. estudio mucho
    I study a lot
  81. no estudio mucho
    I don’t study a lot
  82. estudio a veces
    I study sometimes
  83. estudio de vez en cuando
    I study once in a while
  84. estudio cada día
    I study every day
  85. hablo
    I speak/talk
  86. hablas
    you speak/talk
  87. habla
    he or she speaks/talks
  88. hablamos
    we speak/talk
  89. hablan
    they/y’all speak/talk
  90. canto
    I sing
  91. cantas
    you sing
  92. canta
    he/she sings
  93. cantamos
    we sing
  94. cantan
    they sing
  95. estudio
    I study
  96. estudias
    you study
  97. estudia
    he/she studies
  98. estudiamos
    we study
  99. estudian
    they/y’all study
  100. escucho
    I listen
  101. hablas
    you talk/speak
  102. miramos
    we watch
  103. nado
    I swim
  104. pescamos
    we fish
  105. trabajamos
    we work
  106. o, es, e, emos, en
    Present “ER” verb endings
  107. ¿Qué aprendes?
    What do you learn?
  108. no aprendo nada
    I don’t learn anything (I learn nothing)
  109. aprendo muchas cosas
    I learn many things
  110. aprendo todo
    I learn everything
  111. comprendo todo
    I understand everything
  112. no comprendo nada
    I don´t understand anything
  113. sorprender
    to surprise
  114. vender
    to sell
  115. vendo
    I sell
  116. vendes
    you sell
  117. vende
    he/she sells
  118. vendemos
    we sell
  119. venden
    they/y’all sell
  120. romper
    to break
  121. rompo
    I break
  122. rompe
    he/she breaks
  123. aprender
    to learn
  124. comprender
    to understand
  125. comprendo
    I understand
  126. comprendes
    you understand
  127. comprende
    he/she understands
  128. comprendemos
    we understand
  129. comprenden
    they/y’all understand
  130. beber
    to drink
  131. bebe
    he/she drinks
  132. bebo
    I drink
  133. esconder
    to hide
  134. escondemos
    we hide
  135. leo
    I read
  136. lees
    you read
  137. lee
    he/she reads
  138. leemos
    we read
  139. leen
    • they/y’all read
    • o, es, e, imos, en
    • Presente “IR” endings
  140. decidir
    to decide
  141. recibir
    to receive
  142. escribir
    to write
  143. abrir
    to open
  144. existir
    to exist
  145. ¿Cuál es el libro más grande de todos?
    Which is the biggest book of all?
  146. ¿Cuál es el segundo libro más grande de todos?
    Which is the second biggest book of all?
  147. El azul es el segundo libro más grande de todos
    The blue one is the second biggest book of all
  148. ¿Cuál es la segunda pluma más pequeña de todas?
    Which is the second smallest pen of all?
  149. La pluma verde es la segunda más pequeña de todas.
    The green pen is the second smallest of all
  150. primero/a
    first
  151. segundo/a
    second
  152. tercero/a
    third
  153. cuarto/a
    fourth
  154. quinto/a
    fifth
  155. sexto/a
    sixth
  156. séptimo/a
    seventh
  157. octavo/a
    eighth
  158. noveno/a
    ninth
  159. décimo/a
    tenth
  160. el primer libro, la primera pluma
    the first book, the first pen
  161. el segundo libro, la segunda pluma
    the second book, the second pen
  162. el tercer libro, la tercera pluma
    the third book, the third pen
  163. el cuarto libro, la cuarta pluma
    the fourth book, the fourth pen
  164. en mi opinión
    in my opinión
  165. según yo
    according to me
  166. ir
    to go
  167. voy
    I go / I’m going
  168. vas
    you go / you´re going
  169. va
    he/she goes / he/she is going
  170. vamos
    we go / we´re going
  171. van
    they go / they’re going
  172. ¿Adónde vas?
    Where are you going?
  173. ¿Adónde va usted?
    Where are you sir/maám going?
  174. a
    to
  175. voy a mi casa
    I go / I’m going to my house
  176. la escuela
    school
  177. la biblioteca
    library
  178. las montañas
    mountains
  179. la playa
    beach
  180. la iglesia
    church
  181. la tienda
    store
  182. el negocio
    store
  183. el banco
    bank
  184. (a + el) = al
    to the
  185. el baño
    bathroom
  186. el bebedero
    drinking fountain
  187. el hotel
    hotel
  188. el parque
    park
  189. el hospital
    hospital
  190. el correo
    post office
  191. el retaurante
    restaurant
  192. el cine
    cinema / movie theatre
  193. usted
    you formal
  194. is usted singular or plural?
    singular
  195. ¿Cómo estás tú? ¿Cómo _____ usted?
    está
  196. Where does usted go on the chart?
    with él / ella
  197. When speaking with someone you want to show respect to, such as a professional, would you use tú or usted? 
  198. dormir
    to sleep
  199. duermo
    I sleep
  200. duermes
    yo sleep
  201. duerme
    he/she sleeps
  202. dormimos
    we sleep
  203. duermen
    they/y’all sleep
  204. poder
    to be able to
  205. puedo
    I can
  206. puedes
    you can
  207. puede
    he/she can
  208. podemos
    we can
  209. pueden
    they/y’all can
  210. ver
    to see
  211. veo
    I see
  212. ves
    you see
  213. ve
    he/she sees
  214. vemos
    we see
  215. ven
    they/y’all see
  216. ¿Qué ves?
    What do you see?
  217. pensar
    to think
  218. pienso
    I think
  219. piensas
    you think
  220. piensa
    he/she thinks
  221. pensamos
    we think
  222. piensan
    they/y’all think
  223. ¿Qué piensas de ____?
    What do you think about _____?
  224. Pienso que ____
    I think that ____
  225. decir
    to say/tell
  226. digo
    I say/tell
  227. dices
    you say/tell
  228. dice
    he/she says/tells
  229. decimos
    we say/tell
  230. dicen
    they/y’all say/tell
  231. quien
    who
  232. ¿Quién dice eso?
    Who says that?
  233. eso
    that
  234. tener
    to have
  235. tengo
    I have
  236. tienes
    you have
  237. tenemos
    we have
  238. tienen
    they/y’all have
  239. querer
    to want
  240. quiero
    I want
  241. quieres
    you want
  242. quiere
    he/she wants
  243. queremos
    we want
  244. quieren
    they/y’all want
  245. repetir
    to repeat
  246. repito
    I repeat
  247. repites
    you repeat
  248. repite
    he/she repeats
  249. repetimos
    we repeat
  250. repiten
    they/y’all repeat
  251. jugar
    to play
  252. juego
    I play
  253. juegas
    you play
  254. juega
    he/she plays
  255. jugamos
    we play
  256. juegan
    they/y’all play
  257. hacer
    to do
  258. hago
    I do
  259. haces
    you do
  260. hace
    he/she does
  261. hacemos
    we do
  262. hacen
    they/y’all do
  263. estar
    to be
  264. estoy
    I am
  265. estás
    you are
  266. está
    he/she is
  267. estamos
    we are
  268. están
    they/y’all are
  269. ir
    to go
  270. voy
    I go
  271. vas
    you go
  272. va
    he/she goes
  273. vamos
    we go
  274. van
    they/y’all go
  275. ser
    to be
  276. soy
    I am
  277. eres
    you are
  278. es
    he/she is
  279. somos
    we are
  280. son
    • they/y’all are
    • una vocal
    • a vowel
  281. una sílaba
    a syllable
  282. which are the 3 strong vowels?
    a e o
  283. which are the 2 weak vowels?
    i u
  284. how many syllables in the word “Republica”?
    4
  285. how many syllables in the word “anaranjado”?
    5
  286. how many syllables in the Spanish word “come”?
    2
  287. which words are “circle words”? –words that end in _______
    n, s, vocal
  288. which words are “triangle words”? –words that end in _______
    consonante
  289. What is a “diptongo”?
    two vowels that combine together
  290. If a word is a circle word and has the stress on the next to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    no
  291. If a word is a circle word and has the stress on the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  292. If a word is a triangle word and has the stress on the next to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  293. If a word is a triangle word and has the stress on the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    no
  294. If a word is either a circle or a triangle word and has the stress on the third to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  295. deber
    should
  296. debo
    I should
  297. debes
    you should
  298. debe
    he/she should
  299. debemos
    we should
  300. deben
    they/y’all should
  301. yo debo estudiar
    I should study
  302. debes comer
    you should eat
  303. ustedes deben escuchar
    y’all should listen
  304. no debes olvidar
    you shouldn’t forget
  305. debemos recordar
    we should remember
  306. odiar
    to hate
  307. odio tomar apuntes
    I hate to take notes
  308. ¿odias hacer la tarea?
    do you hate to do homework?
  309. olvidar
    to forget
  310. no quiero olvidar
    I don’t want to forget
  311. no quiero olvidar hacer la tarea
    I don’t want to forget to do the homework
  312. a veces yo olvido comer
    sometimes I forget to eat
  313. nunca olvido dormir
    I never forget to sleep
  314. recordar
    to remember
  315. recuerdo
    I remember
  316. recuerdas
    you remember
  317. recuerda
    he/she remembers
  318. recordamos
    we remember
  319. recuerdan
    they/y’all remember
  320. ¿Qué odias hacer?
    What do you hate to do?
  321. ¿Qué debo hacer?
    What should I do?
  322. Voy a comer
    I’m going to eat
  323. Vas a comer
    you’re going to eat
  324. Va a comer
    he/she’s going to eat
  325. Vamos a comer
    we’re going to eat
  326. Van a comer
    they/y’all are going to eat
  327. Vamos a tomar apuntes
    We’re going to take notes
  328. Voy a olvidar
    I’m going to forget
  329. Nunca vas a olvidar
    You’re never going to forget
  330. ¿Vas a acampar este verano?
    Are you going to camp (go camping) this summer?
  331. comprar
    to buy
  332. compro
    I buy
  333. ¿Qué vas a comprar?
    What are you going to buy?
  334. salir
    to leave
  335. salgo
    I leave
  336. sales
    you leave
  337. sale
    he/she leaves
  338. salimos
    we leave
  339. salen
    they/y’all leave
  340. vamos a salir en dos horas
    we’re going to leave in two hours
  341. morir
    to die
  342. muero
    I die
  343. morimos
    we die
  344. mueras
    you die
  345. mueren
    they/y’all die
  346. muera
    he/she dies
  347. no quiero morir
    I don’t want to die
  348. voy a tener hijos antes de morir
    I’m going to have kids before dying
  349. no quiero morir antes de graduarme
    I don’t want to die before graduating
  350. tener hijos
    to have kids
  351. Voy a casarme
    I’m going to get married
  352. graduarse
    to graduate
  353. dejar de
    to leave/stop
  354. Voy a dejar de trabajar
    I’m going to stop working
  355. ¿Cuándo vas a dejar de hablar?
    when are you going to stop talking?
  356. ¿Cuándo vas a casarte?
    When are you going to get married?
  357. antes de
    before
  358. después de
    after
  359. voy a tener hijos después de casarme
    I’m going to have kids after getting married
  360. en cinco años
    in 5 years
  361. voy a casarme en cinco años
    I’m going to get married in 5 years
  362. voy a dormir después de comer
    I’m going to sleep after eating
  363. ¿Quién va a trabajar este verano?
    Who is going to work this summer?
  364. When the direct object is a person, you use the…
    “a” personal
  365. alguien
    someone
  366. nadie
    no one
  367. pintar
    to paint
  368. pretérito
    preterite (past tense)
  369. é, aste, ó, amos, aron
    -AR endings for pretérito
  370. ayer
    yesterday
  371. anoche
    last night
  372. esta mañana
    this morning
  373. la semana pasada
    last week
  374. el año pasado
    last year
  375. el sábado pasado
    last Sat.
  376. el mes pasado
    last month
  377. el verano pasado
    last summer
  378. el invierno pasado
    last winter
  379. hace dos días
    two days ago
  380. hace cinco años
    five years ago
  381. hace tres horas
    three hours ago
  382. hace una semana
    one week ago
  383. hace dos días
    two days ago
  384. hace cinco minutos
    five minutes ago
  385. ¿Qué hiciste ayer?
    What did you do yesterday?
  386. ¿Qué hizo ayer?
    What did he/she do yesterday?
  387. ¿Hiciste la tarea?
    Did you do the homework?
  388. Yo hice la tarea
    I did the homework
  389. hice
    I did
  390. hiciste
    you did
  391. hizo
    he/she did
  392. hicimos
    we did
  393. hicieron
    they/y’all did
  394. í, iste, ió, imos, ieron
    -ER/-IR endings for pretérito
  395. fui
    I went / was
  396. fuiste
    you went / you were
  397. fue
    he/she went / was
  398. fuimos
    we went / were
  399. fueron
    they went / were
  400. ¿Adónde fuiste?
    Where did you come from, where did you go…? jk – ignore that first part
  401. Fui a ___
    I went to the ____
  402. fui al correo
    I went to the post office
  403. ella fue al hospital
    she went to the hospital
  404. fuimos al hotel
    we went to the hotel
  405. ¿fueron ustedes al restaurante?
    did y’all go to the restaurant?
  406. fui a la iglesia
    I went to (the) church
  407. fui al banco
    I went to the bank
  408. ¿fuiste al baño?
    Did you go to the bathroom
  409. no fui yo
    It wasn’t me
  410. fue él
    it was him
  411. ¿Quién fue?
    Who was it?
  412. Mi padre fue al doctor
    My dad went to the doctor
  413. Mi padre fue doctor
    My dad was a doctor
  414. dije
    I said
  415. dijiste
    you said
  416. dijo
    he/she said
  417. dijimos
    we said
  418. dijeron
    they said
  419. dije que fui al baño
    I said that I went to the bathroom
  420. él dijo que yo olvidé
    he said that I forgot
  421. dijeron que comieron
    they said that they ate
  422. dije que estudié
    I said that I studied
  423. dormí
    I slept
  424. dormiste
    you slept
  425. durmió
    he/she slept
  426. dormimos
    we slept
  427. durmieron
    they/y’all slept
  428. leí
    I read
  429. leíste
    you read
  430. leyó
    he/she read
  431. leímos
    we read
  432. leyeron
    they read
  433. murió
    he/she died
  434. murieron
    they died
  435. repitió
    he repeated
  436. repitieron
    they/y’all repeated
  437. vi
    I saw
  438. viste
    you saw
  439. vio
    he/she saw
  440. vimos
    we saw
  441. vieron
    • they/y’all saw
    • lavar
    • to wash
  442. llevar
    to carry / to wear
  443. visitar
    to visit
  444. buscar
    to look for / find
  445. me, te, lo/la, nos, los/las
    DOP – Direct Object Pronouns
  446. creer
    to believe
  447. esperar
    to wait for
  448. invitar
    to invite
  449. amar
    to love
  450. abrazar
    to hug
  451. besar
    to kiss
  452. llamar
    to call
  453. lo necesito
    I need it
  454. Ellos lo escribieron
    They wrote it
  455. lo lavo cada día
    I wash it every day
  456. los llevo cuando hace calor
    I wear them when it´s hot
  457. muchos estudiantes la tienen
    many students have it
  458. nunca recuerdo hacerla
    I never remember to do it
  459. lo compré ayer
    I bought it yesterday
  460. necesito lavarlo mañana
    I need to wash it tomorrow
  461. ¿Lo tienes?
    do you have it?
  462. debo llamarlos mañana
    I should call them tomorrowescribieron
  463. ella quiere leerlo
    she wants to read it
  464. necesito llamarte
    I need to call you
  465. te necesito llamar
    I need to call you
  466. no debes besarme
    you shouldn’t kiss me
  467. no me debes besar
    you shouldn’t kiss me
  468. ella me ama
    she loves me
  469. me gusta verte feliz
    I like to see you happy
  470. necesito esperarte?
    do I need to wait for you?
  471. ¿te necesito esperar?
    do I need to wait for you?
  472. no te creo
    I don’t believe you
  473. él no me creyó
    he didn’t believe me
  474. te veo
    I see you
  475. van a visitarme
    they are going to visit me
  476. me van a visitar
    they are going to visit me
  477. ¿me llamaste?
    did you call me?
  478. nunca recuerdo llamarte
    I never remember to call you
  479. van a visitarnos
    they’re going to visit us
  480. nos van a visitar
    they’re going to visit us
  481. los visité
    I visited them
  482. ella me abrazó
    she hugged me
  483. te amo
    I love you
  484. no te creo
    I don´t believe you
  485. no puedo creerte
    I can´t believe you
  486. no te puedo creer
    I can´t believe you
  487. quiero cocinarlo
    I want to cook it
  488. ¿lo leíste?
    did you read it?
  489. no quiero escucharte
    I don´t want to listen to you
  490. No debes olvidarlo
    you shouldn’t forget it
  491. nunca lo recuerdo
    I never remember it
  492. me olvidaste
    you forgot me
  493. te dije
    I told you
  494. me dijiste
    you told me
  495. no puedo verte
    I can’t see you
  496. ella nos comprende
    she understands us
  497. ¿lo estudiaste?
    did you study it?
  498. ¿puedes repetirlo?
    can you repeat it?
  499. What is a direct object?
    it receives the action of the verb
  500. Give an example in English of a complete sentence with a Direct Object
    ---
  501. Why do we use pronouns?
    to not keep repeating the same noun
  502. when can you connect the DOP (direct object pronoun) to the END of the verb?
    ONLY when the verb is in the infinitive form (-ar, -er, -ir)
  503. Is the following grammatically correct? quiero abrazarte
  504. Is the following grammatically correct? abrazote
    No
  505. No vas a creerme
    • You’re not going to believe me
    • me, te, le, nos, les
    • indirect object pronouns
  506. dar
    to give
  507. preguntar
    to ask (a question)
  508. encontrar
    to find
  509. pasar
    to pass
  510. explicar
    to explain
  511. ofrecer
    to offer
  512. pagar
    to pay
  513. answers the question “what?”, for example, “he gave….. he gave “what?”
    objecto directo
  514. answers the question, “to/for whom?” - for example, “he gave the ball…. “to whom?”
    indirect object
  515. doy
    I give
  516. das
    you give
  517. da
    he/she gives
  518. damos
    we give
  519. dan
    they give
  520. di
    I gave
  521. diste
    you gave
  522. dio
    he/she/usted gave
  523. dimos
    we gave
  524. dieron
    they/y’all gave
  525. when do you change “le” or “les” to “se”?
    when you have two pronouns that start with “l”, like lelo, or lesla, or lela, or leslos
  526. If you have a DOP and an IOP in the same sentence, what order do they always go in (in Spanish)?
    ID – Indirect, Direct
  527. When can you add DOP’s or IOP’s to the end of a verb?
    only when it is in the infinitivo form
  528. te lo dije
    I told you it
  529. me lo dijiste
    you told me it
  530. me lo dijo
    he/she told me it
  531. me lo dijeron
    they told me it
  532. te dije
    I told you
  533. me dijo
    he/she told me
  534. le dije
    I told him
  535. ¿vas a decirme?
    are you going to tell me?
  536. le di la pelota
    I gave him the ball
  537. Voy a darle la pelota
    I’m going to give him/her the ball
  538. Voy a dársela
    I’m going to give it to him/her/them/y’all
  539. Quiero venderle el libro
    I want to sell him the book
  540. Quiere venderme el libro
    He wants to sell me the book
  541. el professor debe explicármelo
    the teacher should explain it to me
  542. debes explicarme la solución
    you should explain to me the solution
  543. no puedo explicarle el problema
    I can’t explain to him/her the problem
  544. quiero comprarlo
    I want to buy it
  545. quiero comprarte el libro
    I want to buy you the book
  546. quiero comprarle el libro
    I want to buy him/her the book
  547. voy a comprártelo
    I’m going to buy it for you
  548. voy a comprárselo para ella
    I’m going to buy it for her
  549. te di el dinero
    I gave you the money
  550. le di el dinero
    I gave him/her the money
  551. te lo di
    I gave it to you
  552. se lo di
    I gave it to him/her/them/y’all
  553. se lo diste
    you gave it to him/her/them/y’all
  554. se la dio
    he/she gave it to him/her/them/y’all
  555. se lo vendo
    I sell it to him/her/them/y’all
  556. te los compré
    I bought you them (I bought them for you)
  557. le compré el libro
    I bought him/her the book
  558. les compré el libro
    I bought them the book
  559. les hablo
    I talk to them
  560. les ofrece el chocolate
    he/she offers them the chocolate
  561. me da el dinero
    he/she gives me the money
  562. se lo da
    he/she gives it to him/her/them/y’all
  563. te lo voy a dar
    I’m going to give it to you
  564. voy a dártelo
    I’m going to give it to you
  565. se lo van a leer
    they’re going to read it to him/her/them/y’all
  566. se lo voy a leer a ustedes
    I’m going to read it to y’all
  567. te lo dije
    I told you it
  568. queremos dárselo
    we want to give it to him/her/them/y’all
  569. quiero comprarle un perro
    I want to buy him/her a dog
  570. voy a dárlelo
    doesn’t exist, you never have two IOP/DOP’s together that both start with “l” – should be “dárselo”, I’m going to give it to him/her/them/y’all
  571. voy a dártelo mañana
    I’m going to give it to you tomorrow
  572. te lo voy a dar mañana
    I’m going to give it to you tomorrow

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