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Travel (el viaje)

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English Images Spanish Listen and Repeat
Write (r = response; f = first letter)
the street Street,streat,mallorca,spain la calle  
the airport Airport, Transport, Woman, Girl, Tourist el aeropuerto  
an airplane Plane, Aircraft, Take-Off, Sky un avión  
a car Audi, Sports Car, Auto, A8, Red un coche  
the gasoline Fuel, Pump, Energy, Gas Pump la gasolina  
the driver Brunette businesswoman driving el conductor  
a taxi Taxi, Driver, Business Card, Card, Car un taxi  
a bus un autobus  
a train Locomotive, Diesel, Russia, Train un tren  
a boat Motor Yacht, Nimbus, Boat, Motor Yacht un barco  
a credit card Money, Card, Business, Credit Card, Pay una tarjeta de credito
 
the beach Empty sea and beach background la playa  
the corner Corner, Crossroads, Plate, Street la esquina  
the sunscreen Charming woman in stylish swimsuit putting tanning cream on her face el protector solar
 
a hotel Flat hotel building background un hotel  
leave leave irse  
arrive arrive llegar  
meet Men, Employees, Suit, Work, Greeting encontrar  
travel Luggage, Vacations, Travel, Summer, Sea viajar  
expensive Diamond, Expensive, Gem, Jewel, Precious caro  
Can you help me? Hand, Sea, Water, Wave, Clouds, Help ¿Me puede ayudar?   ¿ ?
Do you speak English? Do you speak english lettering background ¿Habla inglés?   ¿ ?
an emergency Rescue, Salvage Operation una emergencia   
the hospital Hospital background design el hospital  
a parking lot City, Parking Space, Person, Man, Gloomy un estacionamiento  

 

Helpful verbs

ir ("to go"), llegar ("to arrive"), venir ("to come"), partir ("to leave"), e.g.:

ir
Vamos a la playa = "Let's go to the beach"
 
llegar
El tren llega al medio día = "The train arrives at noon"
 
venir
¿Quieres venir con nosotros? = "Do you want to come with us?"
 
salir
Tenemos que salir temprano = "We need to leave early".
 
You can use the SpanishChecker Grammar Guide to test your knowledge on a wide variety of verbs and nouns.
 
 

Grammar Point: future verb forms

To indicate future actions, you can use a form of ir ("to go"), followed by another verb, e.g.: Voy a hacer mis tareas ("I'm going to do my homework"). A second possibility would be to use the future ending, e.g:. Ha ("I will do"), Ha ("He/She will do"). You can learn more about future verb forms here and here.
 
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