Learn Spanish Dominican Republic

VOCAB: Family

The “@” sign signals words that could end in “a” or “o.” Prim@: is the word for cousin. Primo-herman@ is specifically for first cousins; literally translated it means cousin-brother or sister. This speaks a lot to how family is structured in traditional latino families. The possessive adjectives (my, your, our) become plural in Spanish. (e.g. mi …

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VOCAB: Rooms

The following graphics are to give you some furniture vocabulary. Each major room in the house: living room, bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen has its own graphic with all of the important words along with their articles (so you’ll know right away if the noun is masculine or feminine). Two options given (separated by a “/”) …

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