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Los Tres Cerditos - The Three Little Pigs in Spanish and English Érase una vez que había una mamá cerda que tenía tres cerditos. Ella los amaba mucho, pero no había suficiente comida para alimentarlos, así que los cerditos tuvieron que ir a buscar su suerte. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there was a mama pig who had three little pigs. El primer cerdito decidió ir al sur. The first little pig decided to go South. Como el cerdito dijo "por favor", el granjero le dio la paja y el cerdito construyó una bella casa. Because the little pig said "please", the farmer gave him the straw and the little pig built a beautiful house. Después de construir la casa, el cerdito decidió tomar una siesta en su cama hecha de paja. After building the house, the little pig decided to take a nap in his bed made of straw. Así que el lobo tocó la puerta de la casa hecha de paja y dijo: "¡Cerdito! So the wolf knocked at the door of the house made of straw and said: "Little pig! Pero el cerdito vio las grandes patas del lobo a través de la cerradura. Así que sopló y sopló.

Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos - Children's stories in Spanish and English Érase una vez que había tres osos: un Papá Oso, una Mamá Osa y un Bebe Oso. Ellos vivían juntos en una casa amarilla con un techo rojo en medio de un gran bosque. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there were three bears: A father bear, a mother bear and a little bear. Un día, Mamá Osa cocinó un una gran olla de sopa deliciosa y caliente para el desayuno. One day, Mother Bear prepared a big pot of delicious hot porridge for breakfast. Cerca del bosque vivía una pequeña niña llamada Ricitos de Oro. Near the forest lived a little girl named Goldilocks. "¡Oh, estoy tan hambrienta!" "Oh, I'm so hungry!" Ella tocó la puerta de la casa y miró a través de la ventana. She knocked on the door of the house and peeked through the window. Primero, Ricitos de Oro probó la sopa en el tazón de Papá Oso. First, Goldilocks tasted the porridge in Father Bear's bowl. Entonces, Ricitos de Oro probó la sopa en el tazón de Mamá Osa. Then Goldilocks tasted the porridge in the bowl of Mother Bear.

Learn Spanish Online Free - Learning Spanish - /r/LearnSpanish E-spanish | Basic Spanish vocabulary - Adjectives (with pronunciation!) Adjectives in Spanish The following English-Spanish and Spanish-English word lists contain the most important adjectives. An interactive practice tool is also available on this site that helps you learn the following list of words. All vocabulary topics, including this, can be found listed in the "Word practice" menu. Listen to the pronunciation! If you click on the Spanish words in the English-Spanish section, you can listen to their pronunciation by a native speaker. In case you experience any technical glitch, please send feedback including all relevant information (type of error, browser version etc.) Back to basic vocabulary main page

English-Spanish Glossary: Beauty, Makeup, and Skin Care - Spanish make up / Spanish beauty A to Z, a bilingual vocabulary and word list for make-up, cosmetics, colors, facial features, and beauty concepts: Makeup in Spanish - Free online Engli When there are several Spanish translations for the same English word or term, those preferred in Dominican Spanish (if any) are shown in blue, like labial for lipstick. absorbent - absorbente accentuate - acentuar accesory - accesorio acne - acné, barritos adornment - adorno advice - consejos age - edad age spot - mancha de la edad, mancha del hígado aging - envejecimiento airbrush - airbrush, aerógrafo allantoin - alantoína alcohol-free - libre de alcohol, sin alcohol allergic - alérgica allergy - alergia aloe vera - sábila amazing - asombroso, pasmoso, impresionante anti-aging - anti-envejecimiento, anti-edad anti-inflammatory - antiinflamatorio anti-irritant - antiirritante anti-run (makeup) - anti-deslizante anti-wrinkle - antiarrugas appearance - apariencia, aspecto, look, presencia, impresión, presentación personal application - aplicación applicator - aplicador, esponjita, varita apply (makeup) - aplicar, deslizar, poner apply makeup - pintarse, maquillarse arch (of eyebrow) - arco arch (verb) - arquear

Vocabulary Notes and Lists - Vocabulario Español by Woodward Spanish This page is divided into two sections. The first section contains Spanish vocabulary explained in English. The second section contains Spanish vocabulary explained in Spanish. Spanish Vocabulary Topics (in ENGLISH) Over the next months we will create more Spanish Vocabulary pages with English explanations, thinking of the people who have a basic level of Spanish. Pages in English for learning Spanish Vocabulary: Colors - Colors in Spanish, word order and typical things associated with each one Days & Months - The days of the week and the months of the year in Spanish Family Members - Members of the family from your immediate family to relatives. Common mistakes in Spanish (for English speakers) Spanish Vocabulary Topics (en ESPAÑOL) Note that these pages are entirely in Spanish so you can learn the main word and other ones associated with it in its description / explanation. Ciencias Naturales - Natural Science in Spanish Spanish Reading Topics Spanish Reading Passages Spanish Verb Lists

Spanish I Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar • Learn Spanish Online • Free Spanish Lessons Spanish I Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar If you're interested in buying books to supplement your Spanish studies, I've recommended some books from Amazon. If you'd like to download the mp3s, use the DownThemAll add-on for Firefox to download all the mp3s at once instead of right-clicking on each link. Recordings done by native speaker of Spanish from Peru. I am currently updating the tutorials with more vocabulary and regional variations, so the mp3s may not match exactly with what is written. 1. NEW! Notice that Spanish has informal and formal ways of speaking. 2. The five vowels in Spanish are all pure vowels: [a], [e], [i], [o], [u] Be sure that you do not pronounce a diphthong as we do in English (the extra yuh or wuh sound at the end). Stress: Just as in English, Spanish stresses a certain syllable in a word. 3. 4. El is also used with feminine nouns beginning with a or ha when the accent is on the first syllable. 5. 6. Ser is used to identify or describe. 7. 9. 10.