Spanish Vocabulary: Learning the Rooms in the House

Spanish Vocabulary: Learning the Rooms in the House
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Instructor: Ashley Garcias-Casas
The kitchen, bedroom, living room, dining room are just some of the rooms that make up our homes. In this lesson, we will tour a house, learning the vocabulary for the different rooms in Spanish.

Vocabulary: Room in the House

Open-concept living room, spacious bedrooms, a large kitchen, new entryway, and a basement - these are just some of the requests you may hear on home makeover shows. These rooms - the bedroom, living and dining room, kitchen, family room, bathroom, garage, basement, and more -will be the focus of this lesson as we learn the rooms of the house in Spanish.

Let's watch this episode of '¡Necesito una Casa Más Grande!' We will see a before and after of a home while learning the vocabulary for different rooms of the house.

Home Makeover: Before

Hola y bienvenidos al programa, '¡Necesito una Casa Más Grande!'

(casa = house)

Hoy vamos a ver la casa pequeña de la familia Morales.

La casa tiene: dos dormitorios, dos baños, una cocina y sala pequeña, y un garaje para dos coches.

La familia quiere: una entrada y un comedor más grande, un cuarto de estar, más dormitorios y baños , un sótano, y un porche.

Ahora vamos a ver la casa de la familia Morales en más detalle.

El garaje tiene sitio para dos coches. (garaje = garage)

La entrada es muy estrecha. (entrada = entrance)

No hay porche y es algo que la familia quiere. (porche = porch)

Entramos en la casa.

Al entrar hay un pasillo muy largo. (pasillo = hallway)

Al final del pasillo, hay una sala pequeña. (sala = living room)

No tienen un cuarto de estar. (cuarto de estar = family room)

Al lado hay la cocina y el comedor. ( cocina = kitchen, comedor = dining room)

Como no hay sótano, vamos a subir. (sótano = basement)

En la segunda planta tenemos dos dormitorios. Los tres hijos tienen que compartir un dormitorio. ( dormitorio = bedroom)

Los padres tienen el otro cuarto. (Cuarto is another way to express bedroom.)

Aquí tenemos los dos baños de la casa. (baño = bathroom)

Nuestro equipo tiene mucho trabajo para convertir esta casa en la casa de sus sueños. ¡Al volver vamos a ver la casa nueva de la familia Morales!

Home Makeover: After

Esta era la casa de la familia Morales. ¡Y ahora esta es la casa nueva!

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