The most frequently used 50 words in Spanish, cognates, mnemonics, memory tricks

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Las palabras más usadas: uno hasta cincuenta

#1 que

Never, never say this if you value your life. who, that, than ¡Nunca, nunca, nunca digas esto! El hombre que ganó la lotería es rico.

#2 de

of Día de los muertos

#3 no

no

#4 a

to Voy a la playa.

#5 la

the (feminine gender) la silla la niña la casa

#6 el

the (male) el niño el monte el toro

#7 es

He is, she is, it is S. O. S. (Eso es) Sara sending an S.O.S. ser: soy, eres, es, somos, son

#8 y

and Comimos tacos y burritos.

#9 en

in La gata está en el cajón. Los niños están en la escuela. Yo hablo en español CNN en Español. C en en en Español.

#10 lo

1."him" ¿Pablo? No lo vi. I didn't see him. 2.“it” No podemos hacerlo. We can't do it. Sí, ustedes pueden hacerlo. Lo compro en Lowe’s. e’s

#11 un

a (male gender) un niño un monte un toro

#12 por

1.for I will pour a lemonade por ella. 2.through Imagine you see a man pour a glass of water through the window.

#13 ¿Qué?

What? ¿Qué? You bought me a diamond ring from Kay jewelers not from Tiffany? ¿Qué pasa?

#14 me

to me, for me Me compró una rosa en mayo. He bought a rose for me in May. indirect objects tell “to whom” or “for whom” something is done. (me, te, le, nos, les)

#15 una

one (feminine) una silla una niña una casa

#16 te

to you, for you Te compró una rosa en mayo. Indirect objects tell “to whom” or “for whom” something is done. (me, te, le, nos, les)

#17 los

the (masculine, plural) plural of el el ángel los ángeles

#18 se

himself, themselves Pablo se ve por el espejo. (Pablo sees himself using the mirror.) Me lavo las manos. as a reflexive pronoun: me, te, se, nos, se

#19 con

with A scoop of ice cream always goes con the cone. cone chile con carne

#20 para

for you, in order, to, for “pot of tea.” Para make par you need to be a good golfer. To (para) cut the pear you need a paring par knife.

#21 mi

my Me, me, me. It’s mine. mi twinky, my twinky mis twinkies, my twinkies possessive adjectives: mi (mis), tu (tus), su (sus), nuestro, vuestro

#22 está

he is, she is, it is to be, when referring to how something is. (transitory) Estar thought, “Oh star, where can you estar (be)?” estar: estoy, estás, está, estamos, están

#23 si

if No importa si yo soy simian. It doesn't matter if I am from the same family as the apes.

#24 bien

well (healthy), good Muy bien Where have you been Ben, are you well? Buena Vista Studios Buena Vista Social Club

#25 pero

but I wanted a pear, pero I ate an apple. pear How did you sleep last night? There was a little perro, pero. pero

#26 yo

I am Yo soy Pancho Villa. Yo soy milk (leche). personal pronoun: yo, tú, usted, el, ella yo nosotros, ustedes, ellos, ellas

#27 eso

that What is that? That is (eso es) an old that Esso sign. S. O. S. (ESo eS) an old Esso station.

#28 las

las Vegas the (female plural) Las Vegas = the meadows.

#29 sí

nette J ea + imon S yes Will you marry me Simon? ¡Sí! Simon ¿Te casas conmigo Simon? – ¡Sí! Simon

#30 su

your Sue, you left sus saucers in the sink. Sue su libro, your book sus libros, your books possessive adjectives: mi (mis), tu (tus), su (sus), nuestro, vuestro

#31 tu

your ¿Dónde está tu falda tutú? tutú Where is your tutu skirt? tu tutú, your tutu tus tutús, your tutus possessive adjectives: mi (mis), tu (tus), su (sus), nuestro, vuestro

#32 aquí

here Everything is icky aquí. here There is a key aquí.

#33 del

of the de + el = del Corona del Mar crown of the ocean

#34 al

to the, at the: a + la = al Al va al Alhambra.

#35 como

1. like We sure didn’t have no commode commo como this one. 2. eat Come here hare er to eat with me. comer: como, comes, come, comemos, comen

#36 le

Le tiró la pelota. He threw the ball to him. to him, her, it, for him, her, it indirect objects tell “to whom” or “for whom” something is done. (me, te, le, nos, les)

#37 más

more

#38 esto

this Esto es ice tea.

#39 ya

already, now Ya tengo el nuevo CD de Lady Gaga. I just graduated and have a job Ya! Ya Yahoo! Ya

#40 todo

all, everything To do or not to do? do (all or nothing) All I need is my dog Todo. Todo Esta silla es todo lo que yo necesito.

#41 esta

this este, esta Este ice tea is great. Esta semana es la última del semestre.

#42 vamos

we go The leprechaun wants to ir to Ireland Ir Vamos a Club Virgos. irgo ir: voy, vas, va, vamos, van

#43 muy

very

#44 hay

there is, there are Hay mucho hay in the barn.

#45 ahora

now Not in an hour ahora. ahora

#46 algo

something Al, go get algo (something) to eat.

#47 estoy

I am Estoy a toy for her. Estar thought, “Oh star, where can you estar (be)?” estar: estoy, estás, está, estamos, están

#48 tengo

to have May I (tengo) have the next tango? tango tener: tengo, tienes, tiene, tenemos, tienen

#49 nos

1.us (directo, indirect) nos vinieron a ver (they came to se us) 2. ourselves (reflexivo) nos lavamos (we washed) 3.each other (mutuo) nos dimos un beso (we gave each other a kiss)

#50 tú

you enio un g ¡Tú eres genial! You're great! You personal pronoun: yo, tú, él, ella, usted, nosotros, vosotros, ellos, ellas, ustedes

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