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Base Vocabulary A1 Spanish course 201-225

Learn the Base Vocabulary for the A1 Spanish course. The base vocabulary 800 words this lesson contains 201-225

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EXPLANATION:
The first word is in English -
The second word is the Spanish translation of the first word. 
The third line is the word in English in a sentence.
The fourth line is the word in Spanish in a sentence. 
 

Use this lesson to rapidly increase your Spanish vocabulary. 

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The Explanations.

funny
divertido
She is very funny.
Ella es muy divertida.
to have fun
divertirse
Have fun!
¡Qué te diviertas!
to hurt
doler
My leg hurts.
Me duele la pierna.
pain
el dolor
Where is the pain?
¿Dónde está el dolor?
where
dónde
Where are you?
¿Dónde estás?
to sleep
dormir
The children are sleeping.
Los niños están durmiendo.
bedroom
el dormitorio
The house has three bedrooms.
La casa tiene tres dormitorios.
to have a shower
ducharse
I have a shower after football.
Me ducho después del futból.
sweet
dulce
Honey is very sweet.
La miel es muy dulce.
during
durante
during the week
durante la semana
to last
durar
The film lasts 90 minutes.
La película dura 90 minutos.
hard
duro
a hard-boiled egg
un huevo duro
to miss
echar de menos
I miss you.
Yo te echo de menos.
building
el edificio
The building does not have an elevator.
El edificio no tiene ascensor.
physical education
la educación física
a physical education teacher
un profesor de educación física
for example
por ejemplo
for example France
por ejemplo Francia
exercise
el ejercicio
Exercise is good for the body.
El ejercicio es bueno para el cuerpo.
exciting
emocionante
The book is very exciting.
El libro es muy emocionante.
to start
empezar
They start work at 08:00.
Ellos empiezan el trabajo a las 08:00.
to find
encontrar
I can't find my shoes.
No encuentro mis zapatos.
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