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1.

Days
Monday: Lunes
Tuesday: Martes
Wednesday: Mircoles
Thursday: Jueves
Friday: Viernes
Saturday: Sbado
Sunday: Domingo
2. Months
January: Enero
February: Febrero
March: Marzo
April: Abril
May: Mayo
June: Junio
July: Julio
August: Agosto
September: Septiembre
October: Octubre
November: Noviembre
December: Diciembre
3. Seasons

Spring: Primavera
Autumn: Otoo
Winter: Invierno
Sumer: Verano
4. Parts of the City

Stadium: Estadio
Zoo: Zoolgico
Petrol station: Estacin de gasolina
Park: Parque
diversiones
Train station: Estacin de trenes
Greengrocer: Verdulera
Hospital: Hospital
Book shop: Librera
Supermarket: Supermercado
Car park: Estacionamiento
Post office: Oficina de correos

Internet cafe: Caf internet


Amusement park: Parque de
Restaurant: Restaurante
Cafe: Caf
Bus station: Estacin de buses
Airport: Aeropuerto
Hotel: Hotel
Cinema: Cine
Bank: Banco

5. Parts of the human body

Head: cabeza
Pecho
Ear: Oreja
Estmago
Chin: mentn
Shoulder: hombro
Arm: brazo
Hand: mano

Ankle: tobillo
Toes: Dedos de los pies
Hair: Cabello
Eye: Ojo
Nose: Nariz
Lips: Labios

Chest:
Stomach:
Thumb: Pulgar
Fingers: Dedos
Knee: Rodil
Foot: Pie

Leg: pierna
6. Colors

Neck : Cuello

Red: Rojo
Blue: Azul
Green: Verde
Yellow: Amarillo
Orange: Naranja
Pink: Rosado
7. Prepositions

In: Dentro de
On: Encima de
Under: Debajo
Next to: Al lado de
Behind: Detrs
In front of: En frente de
Between: En medio de
8. This/that/there/these
This park is beautiful
This park is not beautiful
Is this park beautiful?

That cat is lonely

Brown: Caf
Black: Negro
White: Blanco
Purple: Prpura
Grey: Gris

Heel: Taln

That cat is not lonely


Is that cat lonely?
These apples are delicious
These apples are not delicious
Are these apples delicious?
Those stars shine too much
Those stars do not shine too much
Are those stars shine too much?
9. There is/ There are
There is a cat in the bed
There is not a cat in the bed
Is there a cat in the bed?
There are three cats in the bed
There are not three cats in the bed
Are there three cats in the bed?
10. Fruits

Grapes: Uvas
Peach: Durazno
Watermelon: Sanda
Banana: Pltano
Orange: Naranja
Pear: Pera

11. Vegetables

Apple: Manzana
Strawberry: Frutilla
Cherries: Cerezas
Lemon: Limn
Plum: Ciruela
Pineapple: Pia

Kiwi: Kiwi

Asparagus: Esprragos
Potato: Papa
Brussels sprout: Col de bruselas
Celery:
Apio
Green bean: Judia verde
Pea: Arveja
Sweet potato: Batata
Beetroot: Remolacha
Cabbage: Repollo
Corn: Maiz
12. To be
Present
I am from Chile
I am not from Chile
Am I from Chile?
You are chilean
You are not chilean
Are you chilean?
He is twenty five years old
He is not twenty five years old
Is he twenty five years old?
She is a doctor
She is not doctor
Is she doctor?
It is a big cat
It is not a big cat
Is it a big cat?
We are intelligent
We are not intelligent
Are we intelligent?
They are divorced
They are not divorced
Are they divorced?
Past
I was in Taltal two months

Tomato: Tomate
Bell pepper: Pimiento
Cucumber: Pepino
Mushroom: Championes
Pumpkin: Calabaza
Zucchini: Calabacn
Lettuce: Lechuga

I wasnt in Taltal two months


Was I in Taltal two months?
You were in Spain one year
You werent in Spain one year
Were you in Spain one year?
He was a carpenter
He wasnt a carpenter
Was he a carpenter?
She was a model
She wasnt a model
Was she a model?
It was windy
It wasnt windy
Was it windy?
We were good people
We werent good people
Were we good people?
They were good kids
They werent good kids
Were they good kids?
13. Do/did/ will
We play basketball in the park
We dont play basketball in the park
Do we play basketball in the park?
I went to the mall last week
I didnt go to the mall last week
Did I go to the mall last week?
You will want to learn English
You wont want to learn English
Will you want to learn English?
14. Have/ has
I have a nice car
You have a nice car
He has a nice car
She has a nice car
It has a nice car
We have a nice car
They have a nice car
15. Pronombs
Personal Pronouns
Subject form
Object form

Possessive Adjetives and Pronouns


Possessive
Possessive
adjetive
pronoun

Reflexive
Pronouns

I
You
He
She
It
We
They

Me
You
Him
Her
It
Us
Them

My
Your
His
Her
Its
Our
Their

Mine
Yours
His
Hers
Its
Ours
Theirs

Myself
Youself
Himself
Herself
Itself
Ourselves
Themselves

16. Verbs
Infinitive
past simple
past participle
Arise
arose
arisen
Awake
awoke
awoken
despertarse
be
was/were
been
bear
bore
born
beat
beat
beaten
become
became
become
ser;convertirse
begin
began
begun
bend
bent
bent
bind
bound
bound
encuadernar
bite
bit
bitten
bleed
bled
bled
blow
blew
blown
break
broke
broken
bring
brought
brought
build
built
built
buy
bought
bought
cast
cast
cast
catch
caught
caught
atrapar
choose
chose
chosen
elegir
cling
clung
clung
come
came
come
creep
crept
crept
cut
cut
cut
dig
dug
dug
do
did
done
draw
drew
drawn
dream
dreamt/dreamed dreamt/dreamed
drink
drank
drunk
drive
drove
driven
eat
ate
eaten
fall
fell
fallen
feed
fed
fed
feel
felt
felt
fight
fought
fought
find
found
found

meaning
levantarse; surgir
ser, estar
soportar; llevar
golpear; vencer
llegar a
empezar
doblar, flexionar
vendar;
morder
sangrar
soplar
romper
traer; llevar
construir
comprar
echar, arrojar
coger,

aferrarse, agarrarse
venir
deslizarse; trepar
cortar
cavar, excavar
hacer
dibujar
soar
beber
conducir
comer
caer
alimentar
sentir
luchar
encontrar

flee
fly
forbid
forget
freeze

fled
flew

fled
flown
forbade
forgot
froze

congelar(se)
got
gave
went
grew
hung/hanged
had
heard
hid
hit
held
hurt
kept
knelt/kneeld
arrodillarse
know
knew
lay
laid
learn
learnt/learned
leave
left
lie
lay
light
lit
lose
lost
make
made
mean
meant
meet
met
pay
paid
put
put
quit
quit
read
read
ride
rode
cabalgar
ring
rang
rise
rose
run
ran
saw
sawed
say
said
see
saw
seek
sought
sell
sold
send
sent
set
set
shine
shone
show
showed
shrink
shrank
encoger(se)
get
give
go
grow
hang
have
hear
hide
hit
hold
hurt
keep
kneel

huir
volar
forbidden
forgotten
frozen

got
given
gone
grown
hung/hanged
had
heard
hidden
hit
held
hurt
kept
knelt/kneeled

prohibir
olvidar
obtener
dar
ir
crecer; cultivar
colgar
tener
oir
ocultar(se)
golpear
sostener, coger
herir
guardar; quedarse

known
laid
learnt/learned
left
lain
lit
lost
made
meant
met
paid
put
quit
read
ridden

saber, conocer
colocar, poner
aprender
dejar; salir
estar tumbado
encender
perder
hacer, fabricar
significar
encontrarse; conocer
pagar
poner
dejar
leer
montar,

rung
risen
run

sonar/tocar
levantarse
correr
sawn/sawed

said
seen

serrar
decir
ver

sought
sold
sent
set

buscar
vender
enviar
poner

shone

brillar
mostrar

shown
shrunk

shut
sing
sink
sit
sleep
sling
smell
speak

shut
sang
sank
sat
slept
slung
smelt/smelled
spoke

shut
sung
sunk
sat
slept
slung

cerrar
cantar
hundir(se)
sentarse
dormir
tirar, arrojar
smelt/smelled
spoken

oler

hablar
speed

sped/speeded

sped/speeded

rapido
spend
spent
tiempo
spin
spun/span
spit
spit/spat
spill
spilt/spilled
split
split
spoil
spoilt
spread
spread
extender; untar
stand
stood
steal
stole
stick
stuck
stink
stank
strike
struck
swear
swore
jurar
sweep
swept
barrer
swim
swam
swing
swung
balancear
take
took
teach
taught
tear
tore
tell
told
think
thought
throw
threw
thrust
thrust
understand understood
wake
woke
wear
wore
weave
wove
weep
wept
wet
wet/wetted
win
won
wind
wound
write
wrote

spent

gastar; pasar

spun
spit/spat
spilt/spilled
split
spoilt

girar
escupir
derramar
dividir
estropear
spread

stood
stolen
stuck
stunk

estar de pie
robar
pegar; encajarse
apestar
golpear

struck
sworn
swept
swum
swung
taken

nadar
coger

taught
torn
told
thought
thrown
thrust
understood
woken
worn
woven/weaved
wept
wet/wetted
won
wound
written

ensear
rasgar
decir
pensar
lanzar
empujar
comprender
despertar(se)
llevar puesto
tejer
llorar
mojar
ganar
enrollar
escribir

17. Animals

Tiger: Tigre
Aveja
Bat: Murcilago
Butterfly: Mariposa
Kangaroo: Canguro
Horse: Caballo
Chicken: Pollo

Giraffe: Jirafa
Cow: Vaca
Cat: Gato
Penguin: Pingino
Bear: Oso

18. Imperative (4 forms)


Turn to the left
Sit down
Look the door before you leave
Have another cup of coffee
19. Continous
Present
You are sleeping
You are not sleeping
Are you sleeping?
Past
You were studying when he called
You were not studying when he called
Were you studying when he called?
Future
They will be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight
They will not be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight
Will they be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight?

Bee:

20. Modals
You can speak
You cant speak
Can you speak?
I could go to the cinema
I couldnt go to the cinema
Could I go to the cinema?
They may help you
They may not help you
May they help you?
It might rain tomorrow
It might not rain tomorrow
Might it rain tomorrow?
You must be angry
You mustnt be angry
Must you be angry?
You should drive carefully in bad weather
You shouldnt drive carefully in bad weather
Should you drive carefully in bad weather?
You would shut the door
You wouldnt shut the door
Would you shut the door?
21, Numbers
Cardinal
One: Uno
Sesenta y nueve
Two: Dos
Setenta
Three: Tres
Setenta y uno
Four: Cuatro
Setenta y dos
Five: Cinco
Setenta y tres

Six: Seis

Setenta y cuatro

Seven: Siete

Setenta y cinco

Thirty five: Treinta y cinco

Sixty nine:

Thirty six: Treinta y seis

Seventy:

Thirty seven: Treinta y siete

Seventy one:

Thirty eight: Treinta y ocho

Seventy two:

Thirty nine: Treinta y nueve

Seventy three:

Fourty: Cuarenta
Fourty one: Cuarenta y uno

Seventy four:
Seventy five:

Eight: Ocho
Setenta y seis
Nine: Nueve
Setenta y siete

Ten: Diez

Fourty two: Cuarenta y dos

Seventy six:

Forty three: Cuarenta y tres

Seventy seven:

Forty four: Cuarenta y cuatro

Seventy eight:

Setenta y ocho

Eleven: Once

Forty five: Cuarenta y cinco

nine: Setenta y nueve

Twelve: Doce
Thirteen: Trece
one: Ochenta y uno
Fourteen: Catorce
Ochenta y dos
Fifteen: Quince
three: Ochenta y tres
Sixteen: Diecisis

Forty six: Cuarenta y seis


Forty seven: Cuarenta y siete
Forty eight: Cuarenta y ocho

Seventy

Eighty: Ochenta
Eighty
Eighty two:

Forty nine: Cuarenta y nueve


Fifty: Cincuenta

Eighty
Eighty four:

Ochenta y cuatro

Seventeen: Diecisiete
five: Ochenta y cinco
Eighteen: Dieciocho
six: Ochenta y seis
Nineteen: Diecinueve

Fifty one: Cincuenta y uno

Eighty

Fifty two: Cincuenta y dos

Eighty

Fifty three: Cincuenta y tres

Eighty

Twenty: Veinte
eight: Ochenta y ocho
Twenty one: Veintiuno

Fifty four: Cincuenta y cuatro

Eighty

Fifty five: Cincuenta y cinco

Eighty

seven: Ochenta y siete

nine: Ochenta y nueve

Twenty two: Veintids


Noventa
Twenty three: Veintitrs
Noventa y uno
Twenty four: Veinticuat
two: Noventa y dos
Twenty five: Veinticinco
Noventa y tres

Twenty six: Veintisis

Fifty six: Cincuenta y seis

Ninety:

Fifty seven: Cincuenta y siete


ro

Ninety one:

Fifty eight: Cincuenta y ocho

Fifty nine: Cincuenta y nueve

Ninety
Ninety three:

Sixty: Sesenta

Ninety

four: Noventa y cuatro

Twenty seven: Veintisiete Sixty one: Sesenta y uno

Ninety five: Noventa y

cinco

Twenty eight: Veintiocho Sixty two: Sesenta y dos


seis
Twenty nine: Veintinueve Sixty three Sesenta y tres

Ninety six: Noventa y


Ninety seven:

Noventa y siete

Thirty: Treinta

eight: Noventa y ocho

Sixty four: Sesenta y cuatro

Thirty one: Treinta y uno Sixty five: Sesenta y cinco


Noventa y nueve

Thirty two: Treinta y dos Sixty six: Sesenta y seis


Cien
Thirty three: Treinta y tres
Sixty seven: Sesenta y siete
Thirty four: Treinta y cuatro
Sixty eight: Sesenta y ocho

Ninety

Ninety nine:

One hundred:

Ordinal
First: Primero
Eleventh: Undcimo
Twenty-first:
Vigsimo primero
Second: Segundo Twelfth: Duodcimo
Twenty-second:
Vigsimo segundo
Third: Tercero
Thirteenth: Decimotercero
Twenty-third:
Vigsimo tercero
Fourth: Cuarto
Fourteenth: Decimocuarto
Twenty-fourth:
Vigsimo cuarto
Fifth: Quinto
Fifteenth: Decimoquinto
Twenty-fifth: Vigsimo
quinto
Sixth: Sexto
Sixteenth: Decimosexto
Twenty-sixth: Vigsimo
sexto
Seventh: Sptimo Seventeenth: Decimosptimo
Twenty-seventh:
Vigsimo sptimo
Eighth: Octavo
Eighteenth: Decimoctavo
Twenty-eighth:
Vigsimo octavo Ninth: Noveno
Nineteenth: Decimonoveno
Twenty-ninth: Vigsimo noveno
Tenth: Dcimo
Twentieth: Vigsimo
Thirtieth:
Trigsimo
22. Hour
8:00 its eight oclock
Its eight or eight oclock
8:15 Its eight quarter
Its eight fifteen
Its quarter past eight
8:30 Its eight thirty
Its half past eight
8:45 Its eight forty-five
Its quarter to nine