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Partes del cuerpo humano en español

Partes del Cuerpo – Vocabulario

More Spanish Vocabulary and Games If you would like a more detailed list of the parts of the body in Spanish, then check out our El Cuerpo Humano page (which is entirely in Spanish). There you will find an explanation about each part in Spanish as well as more vocabulary that doesn’t appear in the chart […]

La caja y el mostrador de una carnicería en Chile

Hay que pagar en la caja

LA CAJA En Chile, la caja no solo significa que es un recipiente de diferentes tamaños que sirve para guardar cosas, sino que también, es el nombre que se da al lugar en el que pagas algo que compras o pagas tu cuenta directamente. Quizás el nombre que se atribuye a la caja viene del […]

El parque estará cerrado los días lunes

El Parque estará cerrado

Vecino: Comunicamos a Ud. que por trabajos de mantención, el parque estará cerrado los días lunes. Rogamos disculpar las molestias. VOCABULARIO – VOCABULARY Vecino: Neighbour Comunicar: to communicate, to convey, to tell Ud.: Abbreviation of  usted. Trabajo: work Mantención: Maintenance. Parque: Park Cerrado: Closed Día: Days Lunes: Monday Rogar: to beg, to ask for (plead) […]

Playa no apta para el baño Sign in Spanish

Playa no apta para el baño

Playa no apta para el baño This sign was found at one of the beaches in Viña del Mar, Chile.   VOCABULARIO – VOCABULARY La playa = the beach Apta = Apt, suitable El baño = bathing, toilet Normally el baño means the toilet, but in this context it refers to bathing as in swimming […]

Foto del horario de dirección de tránsito

Horario de la dirección de tránsito

Horario de la dirección de tránsito A photo we took of a road sign at an intersection in Santiago, Chile. VOCABULARY Horario= schedule, timetable Dirección= direction Tránsito = traffic, transit Símbolo = symbol Rojo = red Línea = line Flecha = arroz Indicar = to indicate, to show, to point to Doblar = to turn, […]

No Estacionar toda la cuadra ambos costados

No Estacionar Toda La Cuadra

No Estacionar – Toda La Cuadra Ambos Costados I found this sign on a post on the side of the road in Santiago, Chile. The symbol of a red circle with a red diagonal line crossing it universally known as NO (insert thing or activity you aren’t supposed to do) Notice how there is the […]

Learn Spanish Every Day

Learn something new every day

Learn something new in Spanish every day One of the most important things about learning Spanish (or any language) is to be consistent. It is best to learn a little every day than try and learn a lot in one day and nothing over the next ones. The more frequently you have contact with Spanish, […]