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Greetings, Likes & Dislikes in Spanish Flashcards

Greetings, Likes & Dislikes in Spanish Flashcards
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Name the two verbs that mean 'to play' in Spanish.
Tocar and jugar both mean 'to play.' Tocar refers to playing an instrument and jugar refers to playing a sport or with a toy.
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Me llamo Daniel.

My name is Daniel.


Note: It is also acceptable to say Mi nombre es Daniel or Soy Daniel.

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I am from Puerto Rico.

Yo soy de Puerto Rico.
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Hello!

¡Hola!
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Very good!

¡Muy bien!
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Translate the following question into English:

¿De dónde eres?

Where are you from?
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What is your name?

¿Cómo te llamas?


Note: To ask this question formally, say ¿Cómo se llama usted?

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¿Cómo está?

How are you?


Note: This is used for formal situations or when you are initially meeting someone with whom you are unfamiliar.

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you (formal)

usted
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you (informal)

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I am from New York.

Yo soy de Nueva York.
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How are you?

¿Cómo estás?


Note: This is used for informal situations between close friends or family.

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Translate the following greeting (or goodbye) into Spanish:

good night

buenas noches
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buenas días

good morning
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buenas tardes

good afternoon or good evening
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Flashcard Content Overview

From a simple hello to a long discussion about interests, there is lots of vocabulary involved in getting to know others. This set of flashcards will help you review greetings, likes, and dislikes in Spanish so that you can confidently meet others in a Spanish-speaking country. Reviewing these cards, along with conversational practice, will build your skills in no time!

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Translate the following greeting into English:

buenas tardes

good afternoon or good evening

Translate the following greeting into English:

buenas días

good morning

Translate the following greeting (or goodbye) into Spanish:

good night

buenas noches

Translate the following into Spanish:

How are you?

¿Cómo estás?


Note: This is used for informal situations between close friends or family.

Translate the following into Spanish:

I am from New York.

Yo soy de Nueva York.

Translate the following into Spanish:

you (informal)

Translate the following into Spanish:

you (formal)

usted

Translate the following into English:

¿Cómo está?

How are you?


Note: This is used for formal situations or when you are initially meeting someone with whom you are unfamiliar.

Translate the following into Spanish:

What is your name?

¿Cómo te llamas?


Note: To ask this question formally, say ¿Cómo se llama usted?

Translate the following question into English:

¿De dónde eres?

Where are you from?

Translate the following into Spanish:

Very good!

¡Muy bien!

Translate the following into Spanish:

Hello!

¡Hola!

Translate the following into Spanish:

I am from Puerto Rico.

Yo soy de Puerto Rico.

Translate the following into English:

Me llamo Daniel.

My name is Daniel.


Note: It is also acceptable to say Mi nombre es Daniel or Soy Daniel.

Name the two verbs that mean 'to play' in Spanish.
Tocar and jugar both mean 'to play.' Tocar refers to playing an instrument and jugar refers to playing a sport or with a toy.

Translate the following into Spanish:

I play the piano.

Yo toco el piano.

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¿Qué te gusta hacer?

What do you like to do?

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to play basketball

jugar al baloncesto

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to watch sports

ver deportes

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He likes to play basketball.

El le gusta jugar al baloncesto.

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He does not like to play baseball.

El no le gusta jugar béisbol.

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Pablo likes to play soccer.

A Pablo le gusta jugar al fútbol.

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I like to listen to music.

Me gusta escuchar música.

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I like the strawberries.

Me gustan las fresas.

Translate the following verb into English:

encantar

to love


For example, Me encantan estas películas means 'I love these movies.'

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faltar

to lack, to not have


For example, Le falta el tiempo means 'He lacks the time.'

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I am bothered by the dogs.

Me molestan los perros.

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quedar

to stay, to have left


For example, Te quedan dos dólares means 'You have two dollars left.'

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Me falta dinero.

I am lacking the money.

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Maria does not like fruit.

A Maria no le gusta las fruitas.

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I like oranges and grapes.

Me gustan las naranjas y las uvas.

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