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Spanish listening - Juan y sus hermanos

This is a new listening exercise. Listen to the audio file "Juan y sus hermanos", chapter 1. That is a good way to improve your Spanish language listening skills and learn new vocabulary. This first article about "Juan y sus hermanos" includes an audio file to listen to and a list of vocabulary. And no, there are no transcriptions! You'll find them here soon, together with expressions used, grammar points based on this audio and exercises.

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Juan y sus hermanos - Capítulo I
(John and his brother - Chapter 1)

 
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VOCABULARY (alphabetical)

buenas (f.) - good
calle (f.) - street
caramelos (m.) - sweets, candies
claro - of course (in this context)
comer - to eat
cómodo (m.) - confortable
contento (m.) - happy
(ellos) deberían (inf. deber) - they should
despreocuparse - to stop worring, to disregard
ellos - they
enfadado (m.) - angry
esta (f.) - this
estudiar - study
les gusta (inf. gustar) - they like
hacer - to make, to do
hermana (f.) - sister
hermano (m.) - brother
historia (f.) - story
ir - to go
irse de paseo - to go for a walk
jugar - to play
más - more
mucho (m.) - much, a lot
muy - very
las notas (f.) - marks, grades
padres (m.) - parents
pasteles (m.) - cakes
pero - but
"la play" - the play station
un poco - a bit, a little bit
porque - because
salir - to go out
sus - his, her, their
las tareas (f.) - (student) homework
tarta (f.) - pie (é) tiene - he has
todos (m.) - all
tres - three
(ellos) se llaman (inf. llamarse) - they are called (their names are…)
ver la televisión - to watch tv
y - and
zoológico (m.) - zoo
NOTES:
(f.) - feminine noun, pronoun, article or adjective.
(m.) - masculine noun, pronoun, article or adjective.
(Inf.) - Infinitive form of the verb.

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