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The Spanish translation for the word “baby” is “bebé”.

How to pronounce “bebé” in Spanish:

Sounds like – bay-bay’
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Translation for baby in Spanish

bebé = baby in Spanish

Practice the Spanish translation for “baby” using these sentences:

Example 1:
Babies are so cute

Los bebés son muy lindos

Example 2:
Our baby girl is growing up

Nuestra niña está creciendo

Example 3:
My baby loves to drink milk

Mi bebé le encanta tomar leche

Example 4:
I will miss my baby at work today

Voy a extrañar a mi bebé en el trabajo hoy

The Spanish translation for the word “hello” is “hola”.

How to pronounce “hola” in Spanish:

Sounds like – oh-la’
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Translation for hello in Spanish

hola = hello in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “hello” using these sentences:

Example 1:
Hello nice to meet you

Hola un placer conocerte

Example 2:
Can you say hello in three languages?

Puedes decir hola en tres idiomas?

Example 3:
Say hello to your neighbour

Saluda a tu vecino

Example 4:
Hello, could I speak with Sofia please?

Hola ¿Podría hablar con sofia por favor?

The Spanish translation for the word “flower” is “flor”.

How to pronounce “flor” in Spanish:

Sounds like – flor’
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Translation for flower in Spanish

flor = flower in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “flower” using these sentences:

Example 1:
My grandmother likes flowers

Mi abuela le gustan las flores

Example 2:
I would like to buy some flowers at the store

Me gustaría comprar unas flores en la tienda

Example 3:
i like to garden and plant flowers

Me gusta la jardinería y plantar flores

Example 4:
Flowers are therapeutic

Flores son terapéuticos

The Spanish translation for the word “butter” is “mantequilla”.

How to pronounce “mantequilla” in Spanish:

Sounds like – man-tay-keel’-lyah
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Translation for butter in Spanish

mantequilla = butter in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “butter” using these sentences:

Example 1:
Butter is one of my favorite ingredients for cooking

La mantequilla es uno de mis ingredientes favoritos para cocinar

Example 2:
It takes 21 pints of milk to make 1 pound of butter

Se necesita 21 litros de leche para producir 1 libra de mantequilla

Example 3:
Butter is a dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk.

La mantequilla es un producto lácteo hecho batiendo crema fresca o fermentada o leche.

Example 4:
Butter is delicious with a baked potato

La mantequilla es deliciosa con papas

The Spanish translation for the word “pregnant” is “embarazada”.

How to pronounce “embarazada” in Spanish:

Sounds like – em-bah-rah-thah’-dah
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Translation for pregnant in Spanish

embarazada = pregnant in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “pregnant” using these sentences:

Example 1:
I am 5 months pregnant

Tengo 5 meses de embarazo

Example 2:
Her pregnancy went 2 weeks past the due date

Su embarazo duro 2 semanas mas de lo anticipada

Example 3:
My colleague is pregnant with twins

Mi colega está embarazada de gemelos

Example 4:
My wife is pregnant with our second child

Mi esposa está esperando nuestro segundo hijo

The Spanish translation for the word “cheese” is “queso”.

How to pronounce “queso” in Spanish:

Sounds like – kay’-so
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Translation for cheese in Spanish

queso = cheese in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “cheese” using these sentences:

Example 1:
Cheese is a food that is derived from milk

Queso es un alimento que se deriva de la leche

Example 2:
Cheesecake is our favorite dessert

Pastel de queso es nuestro postre favorito

Example 3:
Sofia likes to eat cheese for a snack

Sofía le gusta comer queso de aperitivo

Example 4:
Cheese is like wine, the longer it ages the better it is

Queso es como el vino, entre mas viejo mejor

¿Cuál es su queso favorito?

The Spanish translation for the word “coffee” is “café”.

How to pronounce “café” in Spanish:

Sounds like – cah-fay’
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Translation for coffee in Spanish

café = coffee in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “coffee” using these sentences:

Example 1:
Children love toy stores

A los niños les gustan las tiendas de juguetes

Example 2:
I saw Mary in the clothing store

Vi a María en la tienda de ropa

Example 3:
All stores close on Sundays

Todas las tiendas cierran los domingos

Example 4:
It is too late to go to the store

Es muy tarde para ir a la tienda.

Is there a store near your house?

The Spanish translation for the word “store” is “negro”.

How to pronounce “negro” in Spanish:

Sounds like – nay’-gro -or- nay’-grah
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Translation for black in Spanish

negro = black in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “black” using these sentences:

Example 1:
My black cat likes to sit by the window

Mi gato negro le gusta sentarse junto a la ventana

Example 2:
I prefer to buy a black car

Prefiero comprar un carro negro

Example 3:
You can find good deals on black friday if your willing to wait

Usted puede encontrar buenas ofertas en viernes negro si estás dispuesto a esperar

Example 4:
Black is an easy color to combine

El negro es un color fáci de combinar

What do you think of the colour black?

The Spanish translation for the word “butterfly” is “mariposa”.

How to pronounce “mariposa” in Spanish:

Sounds like – mah-re-po’-sah
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Translation for butterfly in Spanish

mariposa = butterfly in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “butterfly” using these sentences:

Example 1:
We went to a butterfly observatory

Fuimos a un observatorio de mariposas

Example 2:
They estimate there is 28000 different types of butterflies

Ellos estiman que hay 28.000 tipos diferentes de mariposas

Example 3:
A butterfly evolves from a caterpillar

Una mariposa se ​​desarrolla a partir de una oruga

Example 4:
The highest concentration of butterfly species reside in Peru & South America

La mayor concentración de especies de mariposas reside en Perú y América del Sur

The Spanish translation for the word “very” is “muy” or “mucho”.

How to pronounce “muy” in Spanish:

Sounds like – moo’-e
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Translation for very in Spanish

muy = very in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “very” using these sentences:

Example 1:

I am very busy today

Hoy estoy muy ocupado

Example 2:

She is very smart

Ella es muy inteligente

Example 3:

He is very rich and famous

El es muy rico y famoso

Example 4:

It is very early

Es muy temprano

What do you find to be very difficult?