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FIRST VOCABULARY (ferst vocbiuleri) Primer Vocabulario a (e) un, una large Alfred (lfred) Alfredo lawyer and

d (and) y leg are (ar) son, esta maid baker (beiker) panadero man bathroom (bZ-rum) cuarto de bao men beautiful (biitiful) hermoso, bonito many bedroom (bd-rum) dormitorio Mary Belgian (BlYan) belga mechanic big (big) grande merchant brother (brDer) hermano month but (bot) pero; sino navel butcher (bcher) carnicero necessary carpenter (crpenter) carpintero now catholic (cZolik) catlico on cent (sent) centavo parlor cook (cuk) cocinero Peter costs (cost) costoso plumber daughter (dter) hija pound dear (diar) caro; querido protestant dentist (dntist) dentista Ralph dining-room (dinin-rum) comedor rice economy (ecnomi) economa russian Edward (duard) Eduardo she has engineer (nYiner) ingeniero; maquinista shoemaker essential (esnshal) esencial sister father (fDer) padre small food (fuud) alimento; comida son he has (ji jas) l o ella tiene sore house (jus) casa sugar household (jusjould) familia, casa, menaje the store householder (jusjoulder) cabeza de familia teacher how (ju) cuando their in (in) en (dentro) they have is (is) es, esta very John (Yon) Juan warehouse kind (Kind) bondadoso; clase week kitchen (kchen) cocina what with

(larY) (lier) (leg) (mid) (man) (men) (mni) (mri) (meknic) (mrchant) (monZ) (nivel) (nseseri) (nu) (on) (prler) (pter) (plmer) (pund) (prtestant) (ralf) (ris) (rshan) (shi jas) (shumiker) (sster) (smol) (son) (sar) (shguer) (Di-star) (tcher) (Dar) (Dei jav) (vri) (warjus) (wiik) (juat) (uiZ)

grande, vasto abogado pierna; pata criada hombre hombres muchos, varios Mara mecnico comerciante mes ombligo, centro, punto medio necesario ahora en (sobre encima de); puesto sala, saln Pedro plomero libra protestante Rafael arroz ruso ella tiene zapatero hermana pequeo hijo adolorido; lastimado azcar la tienda profesor, maestro su sus (de ellos) ellos tienen muy bodega semana lo que con

grande, vasto FRASES: How many Good morning (gud mrnin) Good afternoon (gudfternun) Good evening (gudvnin) Good night (gud nit)

pierna; pata

muchos, varios

Cuantos . . . Buenos das. Buenas tardes. Buenas noches (al pasar o entrar). Buenas noches (al despedirse).

comerciante

ombligo, centro, punto medio

en (sobre encima de); puesto

protestante

adolorido; lastimado

profesor, maestro su sus (de ellos)

VOCABULARY No. 1
No. PALABRAS PARA UNIR FRASES 1a (e) un, una 2 and (and) y 3 are (ar) son, esta 4 but (bot) pero; sino 5 how (ju) cuando 6 he has (ji jas) l tiene 7 she has (shi jas) ella tiene 8 in (in) en (dentro) 9 is (is) es, esta 10 many (mni) muchos, varios 11 now (nu) ahora 12 on (on) en (sobre encima de); puesto 13 their (Dar) su sus (de ellos) 14 they have (Dei jav) ellos tienen 15 very (vri) muy 16 what (juat) lo que 17 with (uiZ) con No. NOMBRES 1 Alfred 2 Edward 3 John 4 Mary 5 Peter 6 Ralph No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 OFICIOS baker butcher carpenter cook dentist engineer lawyer mechanic merchant plumber shoemaker teacher (beiker) (bcher) (crpenter) (cuk) (dntist) (nYiner) (lier) (meknic) (mrchant) (plmer) (shumiker) (tcher) (prtestant) (cZolik) (mid) panadero carnicero carpintero cocinero dentista ingeniero; maquinista abogado mecnico comerciante plomero zapatero profesor, maestro protestante catlico criada

1 protestant 2 catholic 3 maid

(lfred) (duard) (Yon) (mri) (pter) (ralf)

Alfredo Eduardo Juan Mara Pedro Rafael

NACIONALIDAD 1 Belgian (BlYan) 2 russian (rshan) No. FAMILIA 1 sister 2 son 3 brother 4 daughter 5 father 6 man 7 men CUERPO 1 leg 2 navel

belga ruso

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

CASA bathroom bedroom dining-room house household householder kitchen parlor the store warehouse

(bZ-rum) (bd-rum) (dinin-rum) (jus) (jusjould) (jusjoulder) (kchen) (prler) (Di-star) (warjus)

cuarto de bao dormitorio comedor casa familia, casa, menaje cabeza de familia cocina sala, saln la tienda bodega

(sster) (son) (brDer) (dter) (fDer) (man) (men)

hermana hijo hermano hija padre hombre hombres

(leg) (nivel)

pierna; pata ombligo, centro, punto medio

CALIFICATIVOS beautiful (biitiful) dear (diar) kind (Kind) sore (sar) essential (esnshal) big (big) large (larY) small (smol) month (monZ) week (wiik) necessary (nseseri) SUSTANTIVOS cent (sent) costs (cost) economy (ecnomi) food (fuud) pound (pund) rice (ris) sugar (shguer)

hermoso, bonito caro; querido bondadoso; clase adolorido; lastimado esencial grande grande, vasto pequeo mes semana necesario

FRASES: How many Good morning (gud mrnin) Good afternoon (gudfternun) Good evening (gudvnin) Good night (gud nit)

No. 1 Cuantos . . . 2 Buenos das. 3 Buenas tardes. 4 Buenas noches (al pasar o entrar). 5 Buenas noches (al despedirse). 6 7

centavo costoso economa alimento; comida libra arroz azcar

a Alfred and are baker bathroom beautiful bedroom Belgian big brother but butcher carpenter catholic cent cook costs daughter dear dentist dining-room economy Edward engineer essential father food he has house household householder how in is John kind kitchen large lawyer leg maid man men many Mary mechanic

merchant month navel necessary now on parlor Peter plumber pound protestant Ralph rice russian she has shoemaker sister small son sore sugar the store teacher their they have very warehouse week what with How many Good morning (gud mrnin) Good afternoon (gudfternun) Good evening (gudvnin) Good night (gud nit)

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