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The Spanish translation for the verb “have” is “tener”.

How to pronounce “tener” in Spanish:

Sounds like – tay-nerr’
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Translation for have in Spanish

tener = have in Spanish

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

Example 1:

I have a new car

Yo tengo un carro Nuevo

Example 2:

They have to go to school

Ellos tienen que ir a la escuela

Example 3:

My parents have a very pretty house

Mis padres tienen una casa muy bonita

Example 4:

We have a very smart daughter

Nosotros tenemos una hija muy inteligente.

What is the most important thing you have in life?

The Spanish translation for the word “red” is “rojo”.

How to pronounce “rojo” in Spanish:

Sounds like – roh’-ho -or- roh’-hah
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Translation for red in Spanish

rojo = red in Spanish

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

Example 1:

That red car is mine

Ese carro rojo es mío

Example 2:

Come and see all the red blouses

Ven y mira todas las blusas rojas

Example 3:

Underline the important words in red

Subraya las palabras importantes en rojo

Example 4:

I like red apples with cream

Me gustan las manzanas rojas con crema.

Do you have red clothes?

The Spanish translation for the word “yellow” is “amarillo”.

How to pronounce “amarillo” in Spanish:

Sounds like – ah-mah-reel’-lyo
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Translation for yellow in Spanish

amarillo = yellow in Spanish


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

Example 1:

Mix the yellow paint before you start

Mezcla la pintura amarilla antes de empezar

Example 2:

School buses are yellow

Los autobuses escolares son amarillos

Example 3:

Tomorrow I’ll wear my yellow blouse

Mañana usare mi blusa amarilla

Example 4:

The book has yellow pages

El libro tiene páginas amarillas

Do you like the color yellow?

The Spanish translation for the word “blue” is “azul”.

How to pronounce “azul” in Spanish:

Sounds like – ah-thool
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Translation for blue in Spanish

azul = blue in Spanish


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

Example 1:

This basket is full of blue toys

Esta canasta está llena de juguetes azules

Example 2:

She was wearing a blue dress

Ella estaba usando un vestido azul

Example 3:

My mother wants a blue purse for her birthday

Mi madre quiere una cartera azul para su cumpleaños

Example 4:

Let’s buy blue and red balloons

Compremos globos azules y rojos

What shade of blue is the sky?

The Spanish translation for the word “purple” is “morado”.

How to pronounce “morado” in Spanish:

Sounds like – mo-rah’-do -or- mo-rah’-dah
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Translation for purple in Spanish

morado = purple in Spanish

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

Example 1:

My daughter loves her purple shoes

A mi hija le gustan sus zapatos morados

Example 2:

Purple is my favorite color

El morado es mi color favorito

Example 3:

Did you see my purple notebook?

Viste mi cuaderno morado?

Example 4:

Purple and White is the perfect combination

Morado y blanco es la combinación perfecta.

What is your favorite purple fruit?

The Spanish translation for the word “Saturday” is “sábado”.

How to pronounce “sábado” in Spanish:

Sounds like – sah’-bah-do
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Translation or Saturday in Spanish

sábado = saturday in spanish

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

Example 1:

She is going shopping on Saturday

Ella ira de compras el sábado

Example 2:

Supermarkets are full of people on Saturdays

Los supermercados están llenos de gente los sábados

Example 3:

She went to the casino last Saturday

Ella fue al casino el sábado pasado

Example 4:

Let’s go to the beach next Saturday

Vamos a la playa el próximo sábado

What do you like to do on a Saturday night?

The Spanish translation for the word “February” is “Febrero”.

How to pronounce “Febrero” in Spanish:

Sounds like – fay-bray’-ro
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Translation for February in Spanish

febrero = february in Spanish

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

Example 1:

My daughter was born  on February 17th

Mi hija nació el 17 de febrero

Example 2:

February is the shortest month of the year

Febrero es el mes más corto del año

Example 3:

We will be moving in February

Nos mudaremos en febrero.

Example 4:

Classes start in February

Las clases comienzan en Febrero

Is your birthday in February?

The Spanish translation for the word “short” is “corto” or “bajo”.

How to pronounce “bajo” in Spanish:

Sounds like – bah’-ho
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Translation for short in Spanish

short = bajo in Spanish


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

Example 1:

The movie was too short

La película fue muy corta

Example 2:

The family went on a short vacation

La familia se fue en una corta vacación

Example 3:

The short woman bought a pair of shoes

La mujer bajita compro un par de zapatos

Example 4:

Go and stand next to the short man

Vete y párate al lado del hombre bajito.

Do you consider yourself tall or short?

The Spanish translation for the word “January” is “Enero”.

How to pronounce “Enero” in Spanish:

Sounds like – ay-nay’-ro
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Translation for january in spanish

enero = January in Spanish


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

Example 1:
We have important things to do in January

Tenemos cosas importantes que hacer en Enero

Example 2:
The bank will give you the money in January

El banco le dará el dinero en Enero

Example 3:
We are going to enjoy our January party

Nosotros disfrutaremos nuestra fiesta de Enero

Example 4:
Come and visit us in January

Vengan a visitarnos en Enero

What are your plans for next January?

The Spanish translation for the word “work” is “trabajo”.

How to pronounce “trabajo” in Spanish:

Sounds like – trah-bah’ho
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Translation for work in Spanish

trabajo = work in Spanish

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

Example 1:

I’m going to work until midnight

Trabajare hasta la media noche

Example 2:

He has to work hard in that Project

El tiene que trabajar mucho en ese proyecto.

Example 3:

She Works at the library

Ella trabaja en la biblioteca

Example 4:

He works at an important bank

El trabaja en un banco importante

What do you work as?