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1
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Marcos learns the numbers

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Marcos aprende los números

number - el número

2
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one book

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un libro

one - uno. Note that when preceding a noun, the number uno is modified exactly like the indefinite article un/una/unos/unas.

3
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twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine

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veintiuno (21), veintidós (22), veintitrés (23), veinticuatro (24), veinticinco (25), veintiséis (26), veintisiete (27), veintiocho (28), veintinueve (29)

4
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  • thirty-one, thirty-two…
  • forty-one, forty-two...
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  • treinta y uno (31), treinta y dos (32) …
  • cuarenta y uno (41), cuarenta y dos (42) ...

Note that after thirty, you must add a y in between the two numbers

5
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1999 (spelled-out)

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Mil novecientos noventa y nueve

6
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It is the year two-thousand ten

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Es el año dos mil diez

year - el año

7
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He works in the mathematics building

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Él trabaja en el edificio de matemáticas

building - el edificio

8
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We are art students

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Nosotros somos estudiantes de arte

art - el arte

9
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I buy a chair

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Yo compro una silla

chair - la silla

10
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Do you write in the notebook?

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¿Escribes en el cuaderno?

notebook - el cuaderno

11
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She buys a pen

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Ella compra un bolígrafo / una pluma

pen - el bolígrafo, la pluma

12
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They write a good essay

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Ellos escriben un buen ensayo

essay - el ensayo

13
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Do you receive good grades?

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¿Recibes buenas notas?

grades - las notas. Sometimes we also use the verb sacar (literally, "to take out") to refer to grades. e.g. ¿Sacas buenas notas?

14
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I go to a good school

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Yo voy a un colegio bueno

I go - voy. Voy is the first-person conjugation of the verb ir ("to go") in the present tense

15
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Do you go to a good school?

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¿Vas (tú) a una escuela buena?

you go - vas

16
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She goes to the library every day

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Ella va a la biblioteca todos los días

he/she goes - va

17
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You and I go to the big house

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y yo vamos a la casa grande

we go - vamos

18
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You (vosotros) go to math class

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Vosotros vais a la clase de mate

you (vosotros) go - vais

19
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They never go to class

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Ellos nunca van a clase

they go - van

20
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TO GO

  • I go
  • You go
  • He/She goes
  • We go
  • You go
  • They go
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IR

  • Yo voy
  • vas
  • Él/Ella/Ud va
  • Nosotros vamos
  • Vosotros vais
  • Ellos/Ellas/Uds van
21
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I am going to study with my friends

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Voy a estudiar con mis amigos

going + to + infinitive -- ir + a + infinitivo. Note that in Spanish, in order to form the immediate future, you must first conjugate ir according to the subject, add a, and then add the future action in the infinitive.

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I am going to go to the park

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Voy a ir al parque

park - el parque

23
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I am going to attend math class

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Voy a asistir a la clase de matemáticas

to attend - asistir a. Note that in Spanish, you must use the preposition a with the verb asistir

24
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Mariana: I am glad to meet you!

Paloma: Same here / you too!

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Mariana: ¡Mucho gusto!

Paloma: ¡Igualmente!

same here - igualmente. Mucho gusto literally means "much pleasure." Igualmente literally means "equally"

25
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Are you going to go to college?

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¿Vas a ir a la universidad?

university, college - la universidad. You can convert many English words ending in "-ty" to Spanish simply by changing the ending to -dad. (e.g. reality - realidad)

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She is going to live close to the university

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Ella va a vivir cerca de la universidad

close to - cerca de

27
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Is it the same book?

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¿Es el mismo libro?

the same (+ noun) - el mismo

28
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Juan is going to write the book himself

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Juan va a escribir el libro él mismo

himself, herself, itself - mismo. If mismo is used before the noun, it means "same." If used after the noun, it means "himself", "herself", or "itself". (e.g. the building itself - el edificio mismo)

29
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We write the same thing

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Nosotros escribimos lo mismo

the same thing - lo mismo, la misma cosa. The pronoun lo is used for many other purposes, and we will learn more about this word later

30
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You are a student, right?

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Eres estudiante, ¿verdad?

right? - ¿verdad? La verdad literally means "the truth"

31
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How big you are!

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¡Qué grande eres!

how___! - ¡qué ___¡ Note that dramatic expressions of an adjective are often preceded by ¡Qué + adjective + (verb/noun)! Another common example is ¡Qué bueno! or ¡Qué malo!

32
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What a beautiful photo!

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¡Qué bonita foto!

photo - la foto. Note that the word foto is the abbreviation of the feminine noun fotografía, which is why foto is feminine despite ending in o

33
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How funny!

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¡Qué gracioso!

funny - gracioso, chistoso

34
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to go

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ir

to go - ir. Ir is an irregular verb.