In this article, we will introduce you to some basic Spanish vocabulary, including colors, places, and everyday words. We will also provide simple examples to help you grasp the basics of Spanish grammar and vocabulary.
Blanco (White): La nieve es blanca. (The snow is white.)
Negro (Black): El carbón es negro. (The coal is black.)
Escuela (School): Voy a la escuela todos los días. (I go to school every day.)
Ciudad (City): Me encanta visitar la ciudad. (I love visiting the city.)
These words are commonly used in everyday conversations:
Mujer (Woman): Mi madre es una mujer fuerte. (My mother is a strong woman.)
Hombre (Man): El hombre está leyendo un libro. (The man is reading a book.)
Esposo/a (Husband/Wife): Mi esposo trabaja en el hospital. (My husband works at the hospital.)
Niño/a (Child): Los niños están jugando en el parque. (The children are playing in the park.)
La cuenta (Bill): Por favor, trae la cuenta. (Please bring the bill.)
Baño (Bathroom): ¿Dónde está el baño? (Where is the bathroom?)
Dinero (Money): Necesito dinero para comprar comida. (I need money to buy food.)
Viaje (Trip): Estoy planeando un viaje a la playa. (I’m planning a trip to the beach.)
This introduction to basic Spanish vocabulary has provided you with a glimpse into the world of colors, places, and everyday words. Learning these fundamental words is a great starting point for beginners.
Practice using them in conversations and reinforce your knowledge through regular exposure. As you gain confidence, you’ll be able to express yourself more fluently and expand your language skills.
¡Buena suerte! (Good luck!)
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