Práctica de vocabulario - capítulo uno

hello

good morning

good afternoon

good evening or night

What is your name? (familiar)

What is your name? (formal)

My name is Pablo.

last name or surname

I am Pablo.

And you? (formal)

And you? (familiar)

nice to meet you

likewise

How are you? (familiar)

How are you? (formal)

How’s it going?

What’s happening with you? / What’s the matter? (familiar)

What’s happening with you? / What’s the matter? (formal)

very well

okay / more or less

very bad

thank you

Where are you from? (formal)

Where are you from? (familiar)

I am from Argentina.

Where do you live? (familiar)

Where do you live? (formal)

I live in Mexico

What is her name?

Her name is Sara.

good-bye

see you later

see you tomorrow

see you soon

the months and the seasons

the year

the seasons

the spring

the summer

the autumn or the fall

the winter

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

the numbers and the dates

zero

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

eleven

twelve

thirteen

fourteen

fifteen

sixteen

seventeen

eighteen

nineteen

twenty

twenty one

twenty two

twenty three

twenty four

twenty five

twenty six

twenty seven

twenty eight

twenty nine

thirty

thirty one

forty

forty two

fifty

sixty

seventy

eighty

ninety

What is today’s date?

the day

Today is Friday.

the first of May

November fifth

at the university

the friend (female)

a classroom

the library

a pen

the eraser

some things

the notebooks

an office

the dictionary

a desk

the exam, test

the gymnasium

a sheet of paper

the man

a young person

the pencil

the pencils

the bookstores

the book

the keys

some tables

the backpacks

some women

the web page

a chalkboard; whiteboard

the door

some clocks; watches

the dormitory

some chairs

the homework

a window

the class

the computer

the student

the graduation

an idea

the professor

a projector

the university

the (school) subjects

architecture

biology

political science

communications

design

economy

philosophy

physics

French

history

humanities

engineering

English

mathematics

psychology

chemistry

international relations

@ (at, in an email address)

How do you spell your name?

What is your last name?

major

email address

phone number

How many chairs are there?

What do you study?

verbs

there is, there are

to be (for characteristics, origin, etc.)

to have

before

of; from

after

different

the

in; on; at (a place)

more

my books

my pencil

no

or

our car

our house

our chairs

our notebooks

a, an

some

yes

your (formal); his/her; their

also

your (familiar singular)

your (plural familiar Spain)

and