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It's your birthday; let's go to a restaurant

Es tu cumpleaños; vamos a un restaurante

restaurant - el restaurante

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I am going to read the restaurant's menu

Voy a leer el menú del restaurante

menu - el menú

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There's not much order in my tiny apartment

No hay mucho orden en mi apartamento pequeñito

order (stability, organization) - el orden. Do not confuse this with la orden, which refers to a command or request

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I am going to ask for an order of chicken

Voy a pedir una orden de pollo

order (command, request) - la orden. Do not confuse this with el orden, which refers to stability or organization

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The waitress is going to go for our food

La mesera va a ir por nuestra comida

waiter, waitress - el mesero, la mesera. In Spain, a waiter is referred to as un camarero

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I am going to ask for a pitcher of water

Voy a pedir una jarra de agua

pitcher - la jarra

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I am very thirsty; I am going to ask for a glass of water

Tengo mucha sed, voy a pedir un vaso de agua

glass (for drinking) - el vaso

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Raquel wants a cup of very hot coffee

Raquel quiere una taza de café muy caliente

cup, mug - la taza

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Marcos and I are outside of the restaurant. Where are you?

Marcos y yo estamos afuera del restaurante, ¿Dónde estás tú?

outside - afuera (de)

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I am inside the restaurant, next to a tall, blonde woman

Estoy adentro del restaurante, al lado de una mujer alta y rubia

inside - adentro (de)

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We are going to a place that I do not know

Vamos a un lugar que no conozco

place - el lugar

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Alicia is tall and dark-skinned and is seated next to Ricardo

Alicia es alta y morena y está sentada al lado de Ricardo

seated - sentado. Note that sentado is the past participle of the verb sentarse, a verb which we will learn later on. Also note that past participles agree in number and in gender with the nouns that they describe

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We are seated at the back of the restaurant

Estamos sentados al fondo del restaurante

at the back of - al fondo de

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Roberto is seated in the back

Roberto está sentado atrás

in back - atrás

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Julia? She is behind Natalia

¿Julia? Está detrás de Natalia

behind - detrás de

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I have an apple in my hand

Tengo una manzana en la mano

hand - la mano. Note that mano is actually a feminine noun. Also remember that in Spanish, you do not use the possessive when referring to body parts since it is assumed that they already belong to the person in question (i.e. Escribo con la mano not *Escribo con mi mano*)

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She makes the cake by hand

Ella hace el pastel a mano

by hand - a mano

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My cousin is seated to my right

Mi primo está sentado a mi derecha

right - derecha. Note that derecha can only mean '"right" in terms of directions. You cannot say *Ella es derecha* to mean "She is right"

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You are right, Margarita is very pretty

Tienes razón, Margarita es muy bonita

to be right - tener razón. Note that tener razón literally means "to have reason"

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He is blond and short and is seated to our right

Es rubio y bajo y está sentado a la derecha de nosotros

on the right of - a la derecha de

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I believe in women's rights

Creo en los derechos de la mujer

rights - los derechos

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Antonio does not write with his left hand

Antonio no escribe con la mano izquierda

left - izquierda

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My house is on the left of Pepe's house

Mi casa está a la izquierda de la casa de Pepe

on the left of - a la izquierda de

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We write with our left hand because we are left-handed

Escribimos con la mano izquierda porque somos zurdos

left-handed - zurdo

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Is your sister on the right side of Guillermo?

¿Está tu hermana a la mano derecha de Guillermo?

on the right/left side/hand - a mano derecha/izquierda

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The restaurant is behind the mountain

El restaurante está detrás de la montaña

mountain - la montaña

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My grandfather lives beyond the mountains

Mi abuelo vive más allá de las montañas

beyond - más allá de. "The Great Beyond" is often referred to in Spanish as El Más Allá

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Do you know if the kids are leaning against the wall?

¿Sabes si los niños están contra la pared?

against - contra

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Carlos orders without a menu

Carlos pide sin menú

without - sin

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This essay is well-written

Este ensayo está bien escrito

written - escrito. Note that escrito is the past participle of escribir