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Flashback Friday - TV Guide (March 16, 1981)

A promo ad in TV Guide, promoting the “One-Hour Special” of the groundbreaking, yet controversial sitcom “Soap”.  By March 1981, “Soap” was waning in its fourth season, as ratings started to decline, and the Reaganite Conservatives were calling for the show’s head on a silver platter.

In the Fourth Season DVD sets, these were packaged as the fourteenth and fifteenth episodes from that season.  In Syndication (and when it was rerun on Comedy Central in the ‘90s), fifteenth and sixteenth, as the Season Premiere was split in half.  But, when the show(s) aired over 34 years ago, it was the thirteenth episode of season four.

The show was supposed to go on for a fifth season, but ABC (forced by the aforementioned Reaganites) pulled the plug.  Show creator Susan Harris came up with a five-year “Bible”, before the show debuted in 1977.  There were rumors floating around the internet of a fourth Tate child, who was longlost from Vietnam, and that everybody (mainly Burt, Jessica, Danny, and Annie) whose lives were in peril in the Season Four (ahem, Series) Finale, were spared in Season Five (The Tates, with a little help from their ex-butler Benson paid off the Malaguayan rebels by placing blanks in the guns was one rumor, another was El Puerco arrives in time).  Susan Harris admitted in a 1990 panel discussion with the cast and crew that she wouldn’t have ended “Soap” with Katherine Helmond facing a firing squad (but Daytime Soap producer John Conboy took that idea almost six years later when CBS cancelled the daytime soap “Capitol” to make room for “The Bold and the Beautiful”, by having the leading lady face a firing squad in the Series Finale).

Spanish Vocabulary - La cocina

Just a note, this post is coming from a different one that was talking about restaurant vocab.

Many of these words are equally useful, but obviously you would need to worry less about knowing mesero/a or camarero/a if you’re talking about the kitchen.

  • el restaurante = restaurant
  • la cocina = kitchen
  • la sala = the room
  • el salón = the large room
  • el bar = the bar
  • la comida = food
  • comestible = edible
  • crudo/a = raw
  • poco hecho/a OR poco cocido/a = rare [meat]
  • medio hecho/a OR medio cocido/a = medium well [meat]
  • bien hecho/a OR bien cocido/a = well done [meat]
  • la comida rápida = fast-food
  • la comida basura = junk food [lit. “trash food”]
  • la mesa = table
  • la silla = chair
  • el plato = dish, plate
  • el tenedor = fork
  • el cuchillo = knife
  • la cuchara = spoon
  • los palillos chinos = chopsticks [lit. “little Chinese sticks”]
  • la servilleta = napkin
  • la copa = wine glass [goblet]
  • el vaso = water glass
  • la taza = coffee cup / teacup
  • la botella = bottle
  • la lata = can (of something) [lit. “tin”]
  • la bebida = drink / beverage
  • el agua (f.) = water [a feminine noun with a masc. article]
  • el alcohol = alcohol
  • el vino tinto = red wine
  • el vino blanco = white wine
  • la cerveza = beer
  • la soda / el refresco / la cola / la gaseosa = soda / pop
  • el café = coffee
  • el té = tea [té negro = black tea, té verde = green tea, té blanco = white tea]
  • el zumo = juice [typically Spain or Mexico]
  • el jugo = juice [typically Latin America]
  • el hielo / el yelo = ice
  • la leche = milk
  • la crema = cream
  • el azúcar = sugar
  • el desayuno = breakfast
  • el almuerzo / la comida = lunch
    [for some places la comida meaning “meal” or “food” is used for a midday meal, while almuerzo is “lunch” as well but less common in some places]
  • la cena = dinner
  • el apertivo = appetizer
  • el plato principal / el plato fuerte = entrée / main dish
  • el postre = dessert
  • el menú / la carta = menu
  • el precio = price
  • la cuenta = the bill
  • la propina = the tip
  • ¿Cuál…? / ¿Cuáles…? - Which…? / Which ones…?

Appliances / Furniture / Rooms

  • el horno = oven
  • la estufa = stove / stovetop
  • el gabinete, los gabinetes = cabinet, cabinets
  • el armario = closet OR cupboard
  • la alacena = cupboard
  • la despensa = cupboard OR pantry
  • la encimera = counter [Spain]
  • el mesón = counter [Colombia]
  • la mesada = counter [Argentina]
  • el tope = counter [Venezuela]
  • el refrigerador = refrigerator
  • la nevera / la heladera / el congelador = freezer / ice box
  • el lavaplatos = dishwasher
  • el microondas = microwave
  • el tostador / la tostadora = toaster
  • la toalla = towel
  • la olla = pot / pan
  • el sartén = skillet
  • la vajilla = silverware / flatware
  • el aparato = device / appliance
  • el electrodoméstico = device / appliance
  • el utensilio, los utensilios = utensils
  • los cubiertos, la cubertería = cutlery / silverware / place settings
  • la batidora = mixer (or potentially “blender”)
  • la licuadora = blender [Latin America mostly]
  • el comedor = dining room
  • la cocina = kitchen
  • poner la mesa = to set the table

Food

  • la carne = meat
  • las verduras = vegetables
  • el pescado = fish (to be eaten)
  • los mariscos = seafood
  • los lácteos = dairy (food group)
  • los granos = grains
  • agrio/a = sour
  • amargo/a = bitter
  • dulce = sweet
  • agridulce = bittersweet
  • sabroso/a = tasty / flavorful
  • salado/a = salty
  • picante = spicy
  • caliente = hot
  • frío/a = cold
  • tibio/a = lukewarm
  • asado/a = roasted
  • sofrito/a = sauteed
  • tostado/a = toasted
  • quemado/a = burnt
  • la grasa = fat
  • el pan = bread
  • el queso = cheese
  • la manteca / la mantequilla = butter [manteca or mantequilla depends on where you are]
  • el aceite = oil
  • el vinagre = vinegar
  • la salsa de tomate / la ketchup / la catsup = ketchup
  • la mostaza = mustard
  • la mayonesa = mayonnaise
  • la salsa = sauce OR salsa
  • la ensalada = salad
  • la carne de res = beef
  • el bistec = steak
  • el puerco = pork
  • la ternera = veal
  • el cordero = lamb
  • el carnero = mutton
  • el pollo = chicken OR poultry
  • el pavo = turkey
  • el jamón = ham
  • la salchica = sausage OR hot dog
  • el tocino = bacon
  • el huevo = egg
  • el camarón / los camarones = shrimp [sometimes seen as la gamba which may be used interchangeably, or for “prawn”]
  • la pasta = pasta
  • el espagueti = spaghetti
  • el macarrón / los macarrones = macaroni [also known as los coditos “little elbows”]
  • los fideos = noodles
  • la sopa = soup
  • la lechuga = lettuce
  • la espinaca = spinach
  • el tomate = tomato
  • la aceituna = olive
  • el ajo = garlic
  • el apio = celery
  • la cebolla = onion
  • la zanahoria = carrot
  • el calabacín = zucchini
  • la berenjena = eggplant
  • el aguacate = avocado
  • el pepino = cucumber
  • el pimiento (rojo/verde) = (red/green) pepper
  • el ají / el chile = pepper [often Bell peppers or spicier peppers]
  • el hongo, la seta = mushroom
  • los frijoles / las alubias / las habichuelas = beans
  • el haba / las habas = beans (bigger, usually) [fava beans OR el haba de cacao is “cocoa beans”, el haba de café “coffee beans]
  • las judías = green beans
  • el legumbre = legume
  • el maíz = corn
  • la papa, la patata = potato
  • las papas/patatas fritas = French fries
  • el arroz = rice
  • la manzana = apple
  • la cereza = cherry
  • la naranja / la mandarina = orange
  • la uva = grape
  • la frambuesa = raspberry
  • la fresa = strawberry [in some places it’s la frutilla]
  • el arándano (azul) / la mora azul = blueberry [in some cases arándano is “blackberry” as well]
  • la mora = blackberry
  • la lima = lime
  • el limón = lemon
  • el durazno / el melocotón = peach [Latin America / Spain, respectively]
  • el coco = coconut
  • la piña / el ananá = pineapple [Latin America / (sometimes) Spain, respectively]
  • la sandía = watermelon
  • la masa = dough (or corn masa)
  • la harina = flour
  • la levadura = yeast
  • la miel = honey
  • la torta / el pastel = cake
  • la torta = pie, cobbler (etc.)
  • el helado = ice cream
  • la tortilla = omelette OR tortilla
  • el cacahuete / el maní = peanut
  • la calabaza = pumpkin
  • la escarcha = frosting
  • glaseado / glacé = frosted / with frosting / glazed
  • la nuez / las nueces = nuts [in general, but also refers to “hazelnut”]
  • la vainilla = vanilla
  • el chocolate = chocolate

Spices

  • las especias = spices
  • las hierbas / las yerbas = herbs
  • la sal = salt
  • la pimienta = pepper
  • el salero = salt shaker
  • el pimentero = pepper shaker
  • el pimentón = paprika
  • la albahaca = basil
  • el orégano = oregano
  • el comino = cumin
  • el cardamomo = cardamom
  • el hinojo = fennel
  • la pimienta de Jamaica = allspice [Jamaican allspice]
  • la (pimienta de) cayena = cayenne pepper
  • la canela = cinnamon
  • el anís = anise
  • el clavo, los clavos = cloves
  • el jengibre = ginger
  • el enebro = juniper
  • la cúrcuma = tumeric
  • el cilantro / el coriandro = coriander
  • el eneldo = dill
  • el azafrán = saffron
  • el perejil = parsely
  • la salvia = sage
  • el romero = rosemary
  • el tomillo = thyme
  • la hoja/hojita de laurel = bay leaf
  • la menta = mint
  • la hierbabuena / la yerbabuena = peppermint

Alcohol

  • el alcohol = alcohol
  • alcohólico/a = alcoholic / with alcohol
  • la bebida alcohólica = alcoholic drink/beverage
  • el trago = shot
  • una copa = a glass (of wine / alcohol)
  • el vino tinto = red wine
  • el vino blanco = white wine
  • la soda = seltzer / club soda
  • el refresco / la gaseosa / la cola = soda / pop / cola
  • ___ con gas = sparkling ___
  • sobre hielo / con hielo = on the rocks / with ice
  • el ron = rum
  • la ginebra = gin
  • el jerez = sherry
  • la cerveza = beer
  • la cerveza negra / oscura = ale
  • la cerveza inglesa / la cerveza de malta = ale
  • la cerveza rubia / lager = lager
  • la cerveza tirada / de barril = draft beer
  • la tequila = tequila
  • la vodka = vodka
  • el sake = sake
  • el aguamiel / el hidromiel = mead
  • el whisky / el whiskey = whiskey
  • el (whisky) escocés = scotch
  • el Bourbon / borbón = Bourbon
  • el brandy = brandy
  • el coñac = cognac
  • el champán = champagne
  • la sidra = cider
  • el licor = liquor / liqueur
  • el cóctel = cocktail
  • la coctelera = cocktail shaker
  • agitar la coctelera = to shake the shaker
  • mezclar = to mix

Cuisines

*Note: Most cuisines also function as nationalities or ethnicities. The main difference is that cuisine is implied to be regional, and feminine.

I say feminine because the adjectives that follow are often in reference to la comida “food”, la cocina “cuisine / way of cooking”, or in very formal settings it's la gastronomía.

  • la cocina = cuisine / cooking style
  • la cocina buena = fine dining / good cooking
  • la gastronomía = gastronomy / cooking
  • gastronómico/a = related to food and dining / gastronomical
  • la comida china = Chinese food
  • la comida italiana = Italian food
  • la comida mexicana = Mexican food
  • la comida española = Spanish food
  • la comida francesa = French food
  • la comida india / hindú = Indian food
  • la comida japonesa = Japanese food
  • la comida rusa = Russian food
  • la comida griega = Greek food
  • la comida marroquí = Morroccan food
  • la comida vietnamita = Vietnamese food
  • la comida mediterránea = Mediterranean Food
  • la cocina francesa = French cooking / French cuisine
  • la cocina mexicana = Mexican cooking / Mexican cuisine
  • la gastronomía de Francia = French cuisine
  • [etc.]

Meals

  • la comida = meal
  • el desayuno = breakfast
  • el ayuno = a fast / fasting
  • ayunar = to fast / to go without eating
  • desayunar = to eat breakfast
  • *la comida = lunch
  • *comer = to eat lunch
  • *el almuerzo = to eat lunch
  • *almorzar = to eat lunch
  • la cena = dinner
  • cenar = to eat dinner
  • merendar = to snack
  • la merienda = a snack
  • *la merienda = tea time / high tea [dated, and very British]
  • *merendar = to take tea [dated, and very British]
  • el postre = dessert
  • la tapa, las tapas = tapas / bar food / food to be eaten with alcohol, usually at a bar
  • comer = to eat
  • beber = to drink
  • picotear = to snack in between meals / to nibble on something / to peck at
  • comerse = to eat up / to devour / to consume [more common in spoken Spanish in some places]
  • Provecho / Buen provecho / Que aproveche(n) = Enjoy the meal / Bon appétit

*Note: There are some places that will use comer or la comida to mean “lunch” rather than el almuerzo or almorzar.

This is considered a regionalism, but it can qualify as a partial false cognate in that someone would see comer and think “to eat”… not necessarily “to eat lunch”.

It’s really defined by context, but the way I list it is more how it shows up in a textbook.

People

  • alérgico/a = allergic
  • carnívoro/a = meat-eater
  • vegetariano/a = vegetarian
  • vegano/a = vegan
  • camarero/a = waiter / waitress [more Europe]
  • mesero/a = waiter / waitress [more Latin America]
  • el chef / la chef = chef
  • el cocinero, la cocinera = cook
  • panadero/a = baker [often bread; el pan]
  • pastelero/a OR repostelero/a = pastry chef
  • el restaurador / la restauradora = restaurant owner
  • el dueño / la dueña = owner
  • el jefe / la jefa = boss
  • el / la ayudante = helper
  • empleado/a = employee
  • repartidor / repartidora = delivery person
  • el/la recepcionista = receptionist / host(ess) / person answering the phones
  • cajero/a = cashier
  • [There isn’t really a word for a “host” or “hostess” in Spanish in the sense of someone who greets you and seats you. A “host” will be anfitrión / anfitriona but that’s more someone who invites you to their house]


Verbs

  • ser alérgico/a a algo = to be allergic to something
  • poner la mesa = to set the table
  • limpiar = to clean
  • comer = to eat
  • beber = to drink
  • tomar = to eat, to drink, to take
  • pedir = to ask for, to order [in the sense of making a request for food]
  • traer = to bring
  • servir = to serve
  • servir un vaso de agua = to pour a glass of water
  • poner un vaso de agua = to pour a glass of water
  • llevar = to carry
  • pagar = to pay
  • pagar en efectivo = to pay in cash
  • pagar 
  • ayudar = to help
  • recomendar = to recommend
  • hacer = to do, to make
  • cortar = to cut
  • quemar = to burn
  • helar, congelar = to freeze
  • enfriar = to chill
  • calentar = to heat up
  • cocinar = to cook
  • sofreír = to saute
  • asar = to roast
  • batir = to stir
  • hervir = to boil
  • mezclar = to mix
  • hornear = to bake in the oven
  • amasar = to knead dough
  • glasear / escarchar = to frost (something)
  • añadir = to add in
  • endulzar = to sweeten
  • gustar = to like
  • probar = to taste / to try
  • salar = to add salt
  • sazonar, aliñar, aderezar = to season, to add spices
  • reservar = to reserve
  • masticar = to chew
  • morder = to bite
  • lamer = to lick
  • tragar = to swallow
  • eructar = to burp
  • sorber = to sip
  • saber a = to taste like
  • oler a = to smell like
  • incluir = to include
  • llevar = for a dish to contain (something)
  • el plato lleva… = the dish contains…
  • ¿Qué lleva este plato? = What does this dish contain? 
El asombroso test tibetano de las tres preguntas que revela mucho de ti

Realizar este test  tibetano es verdaderamente muy sencillo, y los resultados dejan sorprendido a más de uno, solo se requieren pocos minutos y las respuestas que obtendrás te podrán revelar una serie de respuestas sobre ti. Es necesario pensar en cada pregunta que se realiza y responder con sinceridad y pensando bien lo que se está respondiendo, elige un lugar adecuado y tranquilo donde puedas realizar este test sin distracciones.

Lo que hace este test es revelarte lo que tu subconsciente  esconde. Para realizarlo es recomendable emplear un papel y un lápiz, para ir registrando cada respuesta que das y el respectivo orden. Los resultados pueden develar muchas cosas de tu vida personal, pero mejor lo dejamos ahí así no te confundes y puedes realizar el test sin ninguna condición.

La respuesta válida siempre será la primera que venga a tu mente, así es que debes estar concentrado para evitar que luego la lógica se quiera imponer y hacerte cambiar la respuesta. Al finalizar el test dirígete a donde dice “resultados” y consulta allí.

1. A cada una de las siguientes palabras debes agregarle un adjetivo o una descripción diciendo que te parece:

  • Perro
  • Gato
  • Mar
  • Rata
  • Café

2. Piensa en 5 personas que conoces y que te importan y a cada una colócala en uno de los siguientes colores, sólo debes elegir una persona para cada color:

  • Rojo
  • Verde
  • Anaranjado
  • Amarillo
  • Blanco

3. Ordena los siguientes animales de acuerdo a cuales son tus preferidos:

  • Caballo
  • tigre
  • vaca
  • puerco
  • oveja

Consultar los resultados:

1. Con tus respuestas a la primera pregunta puedes saber cómo ves tu vida de manera subconsciente.

  • Tu adjetivo o descripción sobre el perro se refiere a ti.
  • Tu adjetivo o descripción del gato habla de la personalidad de tu pareja.
  • Tu descripción del mar significa tu propia vida.
  • Tu adjetivo del café es tu actitud frente al sexo.
  • Tu descripción de la rata se relaciona con tus enemigos.

2. Tus respuestas de la segunda pregunta se basaron en colores, los cuales determinan la actitud que tienes hacia las personas que mencionaste en cada uno.

  • Rojo: la persona a quien en verdad amas.
  • Verde: alguien a quien recordarás toda tu vida.
  • Anaranjado: un amigo de verdad.
  • Amarillo: alguien a quien jamás olvidarás por el impacto que tuvo en tu vida.
  • Blanco: sin duda esa es tu alma gemela o persona predilecta.

3. Tus respuestas en estas preguntas determinan tus prioridades en la vida.

  • El caballo simboliza la familia.
  • El tigre es tu dignidad.
  • La vaca significa tu carrera.
  • El puerco representa el dinero.
  • La oveja es el amor.

Si he acertado con este test deja tu comentario.

Jaehyun Dating a Mexican Girl

•este niño me caga •nochierto jajaja •This cheeto bolita, is like “hello señorita” and you’re like 😒the heck he wants •that’s how your relationship begins, he’s so romantic, we love romance #jk •anyways this boi is really comfortable with your family, your family calling him hijo it’s so cute, help •Drinking beer.. why not? Maybe a corona one? como unas 8, seh •Ended drunk… and dancing those weird “reggeton” songs •"Ehhhh menea tu chapa,tu chapa,tu chapa,tu chapa, tu chapa ehhhhh!“ •Mama approves, dice que mejoraras la raza •Papa wants to kill him, in the good way, bc you’re always with him, and you’re his princess :) •Likes to send memes in Spanish •with your face, this putito, stop •your dates are in a small mall, typical ones, going to the cinema or just eating everything •He type of boyfriend that grab your ass in public just bc "está blandito” •O pero cuando le agarras las nalgas a el se pone de putita •hola pinche putita, te pones bien cachonda jajaja okya •dates at home, eating all the papitas, helados, paletas, cacahuates, everything, comen como puercos. •also se quedan acostados /abrazados y haciéndose piojito, por qué les da el mal del puerco •Disfruta ver las luchas •Lo llamas la puerk/la cerda •his Spanish is good, like really good •he can have chisme with your abuelita, or your tias •so he know what “la cerda” means, so he calls you mi gorda, bay •I know that some Mexicans don’t celebrate Halloween but his costume it’s a Mariachi •que macho, arre •POZOLE AND TACOS DORADOS ARE HIS FAV. •Postre? Un poco de mango con chile y uhmmm deli •llora con las canciones del año del caldo •hmm well, you are already into a deep and relationship so the next step it’s to meet the Korean fam gurl🤔watch out, será fa bu lo so.

Originally posted by neotechs

polyglotparty  asked:

Hey! So maybe you've heard of people putting post-its around their house on vocabulary words for basic items? I was wondering if you would be interested in compiling a list of household spanish vocab words! But if not, that's not a problem at all. Thanks!!

I can, if you’d like. The one thing I’d like to say first is that if there are words with multiple variations, I’m not sure exactly which one you’d want to use. But… okay let’s see.

These are words in castellano off the top of my head, so if I miss any, or you want to add something, feel free to add below.

Household items:

Items / Furniture 

los muebles = furniture

la puerta = door

la ventana = window

la mesa = table

la mesilla/mesita (de luz / de noche) / el velador = nightstand

la mochila = backpack

el escritorio = (writing) desk

el cuaderno = notebook

la carpeta = folder

el calendario = calendar

el papel = paper

el bolígrafo [boli], la pluma = pen

el lápiz = pencil

el buró = bureau

el dinero = money

el pasaporte = passport

las llaves = keys [la llave singular “key”]

la tele, la televisión = TV, television

la cortina = curtain

la lámpara = lamp

la luz = the light

las luces = the lights

el estante = bookshelf

el libro = book

la cama = bed

el colchón = mattress

el reloj = clock

la basura = trash

el cubo de la basura, el basurero = trashcan / trash bin

las sábanas = sheets

la manta = blanket

el armario, el guardarropa, el ropero = armoire / wardrobe

la cajonera / la cómoda = chest of drawers

el cajón = drawer

el gabinete, el aparador = cabinet / cupboard

la alfombra = carpet / rug

la almohada = pillow

el almohadón = large cushion

el sofá = couch / sofa

el espejo = mirror

la pintura = painting

el retrato = portrait

el piano = piano

Clothing / Jewelry / Accessories

la ropa = clothing

las joyas, la joyería = jewels / jewelry 

el pijama = pajamas

el traje de baño = bathing suit

la chaqueta = jacket

el abrigo = overcoat [heavy coat]

los pantalones = pants

los jeans / los mahones = jeans

la falda = skirt

la blusa = blouse

las medias = pantyhose / stockings [in Argentina they’re “socks”]

el sostén, el sujetador = bra

las bragas = panties [women’s underwear usually]

el suéter = sweater

la sudadera = sweatshirt

la camisa = shirt

la camiseta = t-shirt

el vestido = dress

los calcetines = socks

la ropa interior = underwear

los zapatos = shoes

los tacones = heels / high heels

el maquillaje = makeup

el colorete = blush

el base = foundation

el lápiz labial, el pintalabios = lipstick

la sombra de ojos = eyeshadow

el rímel = mascara

el perfume / la colonia = perfume / cologne

los anteojos = glasses

las gafas = glasses [more colloquial]

las gafas del sol = sunglasses

la bufanda = scarf

el collar = necklace

la pulsera = bracelet

el reloj = clock / watch

el anillo = ring

la pendiente, el arete = earring 

la bolsa = bag / purse

la cartera, el monedero = wallet

el cinturón = belt

la gorra = cap

el sombrero = hat [wide-brim]

Appliances / Machines / etc.

el carro / el coche / el auto = car

la aspiradora = vacuum cleaner

el lavaplatos = dishwasher

la lavadora = washing machine

la secadora = dryer

el secador de pelo = hair dryer / blow dryer

la computadora = computer

el portátil = laptop

el teléfono = telephone

la cortadora, la podadora (de césped/grama) = lawnmower

el soplador = leaf blower

el fregadero = sink

el refrigerador, el frigorífico, la nevera, la heladera = refrigerator

el congelador = freezer

el celular, el móvil = cellphone

el microondas = microwave

el horno = oven

la estufa = stove

la escoba = broom

la mopa, el mocho = mop

el trapo = rag / dishrag

la esponja = sponge

la plancha = iron [for clothing]

el limpiador = cleaner / cleaning liquid [more general it’s el producto de limpieza “cleaning product”]

el quitamanchas = stain remover

el detergente = detergent

la lejía = bleach 

el almidón = starch

Utensils / Tools

el tenedor = fork

la cuchara = spoon

el cuchillo = knife

el plato, los platos = plate, dishes

la cubertería, los cubiertos, la plata = silverware

el bol / el tazón, el cuenco = bowl [el tazón and el cuenco are a little bit antiquated now]

el plato de sopa / el plato sopero = soup bowl

el platón, la fuente = platter

la bandeja = tray

el vaso = glass [water]

la taza = cup / mug [tea/coffee]

la copa = cup [wine]

la servilleta = napkin

la pala = shovel / spade

el balde = bucket

el rastrillo = rake

la azada = hoe

las herramientas = tools

las alicates = nail clipper

la sierra = saw

la pinza, la pincita = tweezers

la pinza, la pincita = clothespin

las tenazas = pliers

el martillo = hammer

el destornillador = screwdriver

la llave (inglesa OR la llave francesa) = wrench [literally, “French key” or “English key”]

las tijeras = scissors

Bathroom Things

el cuarto de baño = bathroom

el baño = bathtub 

la ducha = shower

el jabón = soap

el champú = shampoo

el suavizante, el acondicionador = “hair softener” / conditioner 

la toalla = towel

la navaja (de afeitar / de barbero) = (shaving) razor / (barber’s) razor

la máquina eléctrica de afeitar = electric (shaving) razor

el inodoro = toilet

el papel higénico = toilet paper [sometimes el papel sanitario]

el gabinete de medicina = medicine cabinet

la medicina = medicine

la aspirina = aspirin

la curita = bandage [small bandage; a Band-Aid]

las vendas = bandages [larger bandages]

la cortina de ducha = shower curtain [sometimes, la cortina de baño]

el cepillo de pelo = hairbrush

el cepillo de dientes = toothbrush

la pasta de dientes, la pasta dentífrica = toothpaste

el peine, la peinilla = comb

la loción / la crema = lotion / cream

el pañuelo = handkerchief

el pañuelo de papel, el kleenex = tissue [Kleenex is such a recognizable brand that it’s actually sometimes just el kleenex for “tissue”]

el grifo, la llave = faucet

Rooms etc.

la sala, el cuarto = room

el salón = salon / large room

el cuarto = room OR bedroom

el garaje, la cochera = garage

el taller = workshop

el estudio = study

la biblioteca = library

la sala de estar = living room / parlor

la cocina = kitchen

el comedor = dining room

el cuarto / la habitación / el dormitorio = bedroom

el sótano = basement

el ático, el desván, el altillo = attic

el hall / el pasillo = hallway

el umbral = threshold

la lavandería, la despensa = laundry room

la despensa = utility room / storage room

el almacén, la despensa = pantry

el armario, el clóset = closet

la chimenea = chimney

el hogar, la chimenea = fireplace

las escaleras = stairs / steps

la escalera = staircase

el vestíbulo, el recibidor, el hall = vestibule / foyer

el patio, el porche = patio / porch

el patio trasero = backyard

el jardín = garden

Animals

el perro = dog

el gato = cat

el pájaro = bird

la serpiente = snake

la rata = mouse

el ratón = rat

el hurón = ferret

la vaca = cow

el torro = bull

la cabra = goat

la oveja = sheep [el carnero is a “ram”; or male sheep]

la oca, el ganso = goose

el pato = duck

el cerdo, el puerco = pig

el caballo = horse [la yegua is a “mare”; or female horse]

Spanish Vocabulary - El zoo

I’m going to do my best to give a pretty good list of some very common animals, and some more exotic animals you’d find in a zoo.

Please be aware that some of these are more regional; for instance el loro is typically the dictionary form for “parrot”, but there are plenty of regionalisms for the word, especially in Latin America.

Tipos de animales

  • el mamífero, los mamíferos = mammal, mammals
  • el ave, las aves | el pájaro, los pájaros = bird, birds
  • el ave rapaz, las aves rapaces = bird(s) of prey
  • el roedor, los roedores = rodent
  • el reptil, los reptiles = reptiles
  • el anfibio, los anfibios = amphibians
  • el marsupial, los marsupiales = marsupial
  • el depredador, la depredadora = predator
  • la presa = prey
  • carnívoro/a = carnivore / carnivorous, meat-eating
  • herbívoro/a = herbivore / herbivorous, plant-eating
  • omnívoro/a = omnivore / omnivorous, eats both plants and meat

Los animales más domésticos

  • el perro = dog
  • el gato = cat
  • el pájaro = bird
  • el loro = parrot
  • el ratón = mouse / rat
  • la serpiente = snake
  • la lagartija = lizard
  • la iguana = iguana
  • el hurón = ferret
  • el hámster = hamster
  • el caballo = horse / male horse | la yegua = mare / female horse
  • la vaca = cow | el toro = bull
  • la oveja = sheep / ewe | el carnero = ram
  • el cerdo | el puerco | el cochino = pig
  • el zorro = fox
  • el ganso / la oca = goose
  • el pato = duck
  • el cisne = swan
  • el gallo = rooster | la gallina = hen | el pollo = chicken (general)

  • la abeja = bee
  • la avispa = wasp
  • la hormiga = ant
  • la mariposa = butterfly
  • el saltamontes = grasshopper
  • la mosca = fly
  • el mosquito = mosquito
  • el escarabajo = beetle / scarab
  • el alacrán = scorpion
  • la araña = spider
  • la tarántula = tarantula
  • la pulga = flea 

Los animales más exóticos

  • el león = lion | la leona = lioness
  • el tigre = tiger | la tigresa = tigress, female tiger
  • el leopardo = leopard
  • el jaguar = jaguar
  • la pantera = panther
  • el puma = cougar, puma
  • el lobo = wolf | la loba = she-wolf
  • el oso = bear
  • el oso polar = polar bear
  • el oso pardo = brown bear / grizzly bear
  • el oso panda = panda bear
  • el oso hormiguero = anteater
  • el perezoso = sloth
  • el cocodrilo = crocodile
  • el aligatór, el caimán [Central America/Caribbean], el yacaré [South America] = alligator
  • la tortuga = turtle
  • el galápago = tortoise
  • el lagarto = large lizard
  • la lagartija = small lizard / gecko
  • el dragón (de Komodo) = Komodo dragon
  • la boa constrictor = boa constrictor
  • el pitón = python
  • la cobra = cobra
  • el camaleón = chameleon
  • el gorila = gorilla
  • el simio = ape
  • el mandril = mandrill
  • el orangután = orangutan
  • el mono = monkey
  • el chimpancé = chimpanzee
  • la jirafa = giraffe
  • la cebra = zebra
  • el jabalí = boar | el jabalí verrugoso = “warthog”
  • la suricata | el gato de roca = meerkat
  • el ñu = wildebeest / gnu
  • el antílope = antelope
  • el elefante, la elefanta = elephant
  • el rinoceronte = rhinoceros
  • el hipopótamo = hippopotamus
  • el pez, los peces = fish
  • la medusa, la agua viva, la agua mala = jellyfish
  • el calamar = squid
  • el pulpo = octopus
  • el tiburón = shark
  • el delfín = dolphin
  • la ballena = whale
  • el león marino = sea lion
  • la foca = seal
  • la nutria = otter
  • la rana = frog
  • el sapo = toad
  • el canguro = kangaroo
  • el koala = koala bear
  • la lechuza, el búho = owl
  • el murciélago / el murciégalo = bat
  • el loro, el papagayo, el perico = parrot
  • el guacamayo = macaw
  • el pingüino = penguin
  • el buitre = vulture
  • el flamingo = flamingo
  • la grulla = crane
  • la garza = heron
  • el halcón = hawk, falcon
  • el avestruz = ostrich
  • el águila, las águilas = eagle, eagles

El zoo

  • el zoo / el zoológico = zoo
  • el hábitat, los hábitats = habitat, habitats
  • la habitación = habitat
  • el medio ambiente = environment
  • el ambiente = environment / climate
  • el clima = climate, weather
  • la jaula = cage
  • la barra = bar
  • la cerradura = lock
  • la ventana = window
  • el cristal = window / glass
  • la guarida = den, lair
  • el nido = nest
  • el tanque = tank
  • comer = to eat
  • dar de comer = to feed
  • beber = to drink
  • volar = to fly
  • nadar = to swim
  • arrastrarse = to drag (itself)
  • pasear, andar, caminar = to walk
  • masticar = to chew
  • morder = to bite
  • saltar = to jump
  • jugar = to play
  • aullar = to howl
  • rugir = to roar
  • piar = to cheep / to chirp
  • sisear = to hiss
  • gruñir = to growl
  • dar a luz = to give birth
  • parir = to bear / to give birth
  • anidar = to nest / to build a nest
  • poner huevos = to lay eggs
  • el / la líder = leader
  • el jefe, la jefa = boss
  • la reina = queen 
  • el zángano = drone
  • el / la alfa = alpha (male or female)
  • el / la beta = beta (male or female)
  • el / la omega = omega (male or female)
  • el macho, el varón = male
  • la hembra = female
  • en celo = in heat (animals)
  • doméstico/a = domestic, domesticated / household
  • salvaje = wild / savage
  • venenoso/a = poisonous, venomous
  • peludo/a = hairy
  • velludo/a = fuzzy
  • la grasa = fat / blubber
  • grasoso/a = blubbery
  • la cabeza = head
  • la cola = tail
  • los bigotes = whiskers
  • el hocico = snout
  • la boca = mouth
  • la oreja = ear
  • la nariz = nose
  • la mano = hand
  • el lomo = back (of an animal)
  • la lengua = tongue / language
  • el pelo = hair | el pelaje = fur
  • la piel = skin / coat (when talking about animals)
  • la melena = mane (of a lion)
  • la crin = mane (of a horse)
  • el ala / las alas = wing, wings
  • la pata = leg (of an animal)
  • las patas delanteras = front paws
  • las patas traseras = hind legs / rear paws
  • el casco = hoof | la pezuña = hoof
  • el cuerno = horn
  • el diente, los dientes = tooth, teeth
  • el colmillo = fang / tusk
  • la garra = claw, paw
  • la zarpa = claw (of a cat/feline)
  • el pico = beak
  • la pluma = feather
  • el plumaje = plumage
  • la envergadura = wingspan
  • el cachorro = puppy (dog) / pup (baby animal)
  • la cría = offspring / pup / litter / baby animal
  • el camuflaje = camouflage
  • el patrón = pattern
  • las rayas = stripes (of a tiger or zebra)
  • las manchas = spots (of a leopard)
  • el ganado = livestock
  • la manada = pack, herd, flock
  • la vista / la visión = sense of sight / eyesight / vision
  • el oído = sense of hearing
  • el olfato = sense of smell
  • el tacto = sense of touch
  • el gusto = sense of taste
  • no alimentar ni molestar a los animales = “please do not feed or bother the animals”

Note: Animals tend to be gendered in a way that many times makes it impossible to just change without a huge issue: for instance el perro is a “dog”, but you rarely would say la perra because that’s “bitch” in every sense of the word.

Usually the animal has two different words for the form, or it’s more common to say el macho del / de la ___ or la hembra del / de la ___ meaning “the male ___” or “the female ___”

El macho de la ballena = the male whale

La hembra de la ballena = the female whale

Las ballenas macho = male whales

Las ballenas hembra = female whales

El macho del perro = male dog

La hembra del perro = female dog

Los perros macho = male dogs

Los perros hembra = female dogs

This way helps keep you from being misunderstood or potentially saying an insult or a more vulgar word like la perra or la zorra.

Spanish Vocabulary List - El restaurante

A suggested vocabulary list involving a trip to the restaurant. If anyone else has any ideas for vocab lists, send them in!

(Just note that there are a billion different food items, so I’m only doing some of the very basics. As always, there will be a million and one regionalisms depending on where you are, so this list isn’t all-inclusive or completely applicable in all areas)

The Basics

  • el restaurante = restaurant
  • la cocina = kitchen
  • la sala = the room
  • el salón = the large room
  • el bar = the bar
  • la comida = food
  • comestible = edible
  • crudo/a = raw
  • poco hecho/a OR poco cocido/a = rare [meat]
  • medio hecho/a OR medio cocido/a = medium well [meat]
  • bien hecho/a OR bien cocido/a = well done [meat]
  • la comida rápida = fast-food
  • la comida basura = junk food [lit. “trash food”]
  • la mesa = table
  • la silla = chair
  • el plato = dish, plate
  • el tenedor = fork
  • el cuchillo = knife
  • la cuchara = spoon
  • los palillos chinos = chopsticks [lit. “little Chinese sticks”]
  • la servilleta = napkin
  • la copa = wine glass [goblet]
  • el vaso = water glass
  • la taza = coffe cup / teacup
  • la botella = bottle
  • la lata = can (of something) [lit. “tin”]
  • la bebida = drink / beverage
  • el agua (f.) = water [a feminine noun with a masc. article]
  • el alcohol = alcohol
  • el vino tinto = red wine
  • el vino blanco = white wine
  • la cerveza = beer
  • la soda / el refresco / la cola / la gaseosa = soda / pop
  • el café = coffee
  • el té = tea [té negro = black tea, té verde = green tea, té blanco = white tea]
  • el zumo = juice [typically Spain or Mexico]
  • el jugo = juice [typically Latin America]
  • el hielo / el yelo = ice
  • la leche = milk
  • la crema = cream
  • el azúcar = sugar
  • el desayuno = breakfast
  • el almuerzo / la comida = lunch [la comida is really only for Mexico and Spain, el almuerzo is for everyone else, not that it won’t be understood everywhere]
  • la cena = dinner
  • el apertivo = appetizer
  • el plato principal / el plato fuerte = entrée / main dish
  • el postre = dessert
  • el menú / la carta = menu
  • el precio = price
  • la cuenta = the bill
  • la propina = the tip
  • ¿Cuál…? / ¿Cuáles…? - Which…? / Which ones…?

Food

  • la carne = meat
  • las verduras = vegetables
  • el pescado = fish (to be eaten)
  • los mariscos = seafood
  • los lácteos = dairy (food group)
  • los granos = grains
  • agrio/a = sour
  • amargo/a = bitter
  • dulce = sweet
  • salado/a = salty
  • picante = spicy
  • caliente = hot
  • frío/a = cold
  • asado/a = roasted
  • sofrito/a = sauteed
  • tostado/a = toasted
  • quemado/a = burnt
  • la grasa = fat
  • el pan = bread
  • el queso = cheese
  • la manteca / la mantequilla = butter [manteca or mantequilla depends on where you are]
  • el aceite = oil
  • el vinagre = vinegar
  • la salsa de tomate / la ketchup / la catsup = ketchup
  • la mostaza = mustard
  • la mayonesa = mayonnaise
  • la salsa = sauce OR salsa
  • la ensalada = salad
  • la carne de res = beef
  • el bistec = steak
  • el puerco = pork
  • la ternera = veal
  • el cordero = lamb
  • el carnero = mutton
  • el pollo = chicken OR poultry
  • el pavo = turkey
  • el jamón = ham
  • la salchica = sausage OR hot dog
  • el tocino = bacon
  • el huevo = egg
  • el camarón / los camarones = shrimp [sometimes seen as la gamba which may be used interchangeably, or for “prawn”]
  • la pasta = pasta
  • el espagueti = spaghetti
  • el macarrón / los macarrones = macaroni [also known as los coditos “little elbows”]
  • los fideos = noodles
  • la sopa = soup
  • la lechuga = lettuce
  • la espinaca = spinach
  • el tomate = tomato
  • la aceituna = olive
  • el ajo = garlic
  • el apio = celery
  • la cebolla = onion
  • la zanahoria = carrot
  • el calabacín = zucchini
  • la berenjena = eggplant
  • el aguacate = avocado
  • el pepino = cucumber
  • el pimiento (rojo/verde) = (red/green) pepper
  • el ají / el chile = pepper [often Bell peppers or spicier peppers]
  • el hongo, la seta = mushroom
  • los frijoles / las alubias / las habichuelas = beans
  • el haba / las habas = beans (bigger, usually) [fava beans OR el haba de cacao is “cocoa beans”, el haba de café “coffee beans]
  • las judías = green beans
  • el legumbre = legume
  • el maíz = corn
  • la papa, la patata = potato
  • las papas/patatas fritas = French fries
  • el arroz = rice
  • la manzana = apple
  • la cereza = cherry
  • la naranja = orange
  • la uva = grape
  • la frambuesa = raspberry
  • la fresa = strawberry [in some places it's la frutilla]
  • el arándano = blueberry [in some cases this means "blackberry” as well]
  • la mora = blackberry
  • la lima = lime
  • el limón = lemon
  • el durazno / el melocotón = peach [Latin America / Spain, respectively]
  • el coco = coconut
  • la piña / el ananá = pineapple [Latin America / (sometimes) Spain, respectively]
  • la sandía = watermelon
  • la masa = dough (or corn masa)
  • la harina = flour
  • la levadura = yeast
  • la miel = honey
  • la torta / el pastel = cake
  • la torta = pie, cobbler (etc.)
  • el helado = ice cream
  • la tortilla = omelette OR tortilla
  • el cacahuete / el maní = peanut
  • la calabaza = pumpkin
  • la escarcha = frosting
  • glaseado / glacé = frosted / with frosting / glazed
  • la nuez / las nueces = nuts [in general, but also refers to “hazelnut”]
  • la vainilla = vanilla
  • el chocolate = chocolate

Spices

  • las especias = spices
  • las hierbas / las yerbas = herbs
  • la sal = salt
  • la pimienta = pepper
  • el salero = salt shaker
  • el pimentero = pepper shaker
  • el pimentón = paprika
  • la albahaca = basil
  • el orégano = oregano
  • el comino = cumin
  • el cardamomo = cardamom
  • el hinojo = fennel
  • la pimienta de Jamaica = allspice [Jamaican allspice]
  • la (pimienta de) cayena = cayenne pepper
  • el anís = anise
  • el clavo, los clavos = cloves
  • el jengibre = ginger
  • el enebro = juniper
  • la cúrcuma = tumeric
  • el cilantro / el coriandro = coriander
  • el eneldo = dill
  • el azafrán = saffron
  • el perejil = parsely
  • la salvia = sage
  • el romero = rosemary
  • el tomillo = thyme
  • la hoja/hojita de laurel = bay leaf
  • la menta = mint
  • la hierbabuena / la yerbabuena = peppermint

People

  • alérgico/a = allergic
  • carnívoro/a = meat-eater
  • vegetariano/a = vegetarian
  • vegano/a = vegan
  • camarero/a = waiter / waitress
  • mesero/a = waiter / waitress
  • el chef / la chef = chef
  • cocinero/a = cook, chef
  • panadero/a = baker [often bread; el pan]
  • pastelero/a OR repostelero/a = pastry chef
  • el restaurador / la restauradora = restaurant owner
  • el dueño / la dueña = owner
  • el jefe / la jefa = boss
  • el / la ayudante = helper
  • empleado/a = employee
  • repartidor / repartidora = delivery person
  • el/la recepcionista = receptionist / host(ess) / person answering the phones
  • cajero/a = cashier
  • [There isn’t really a word for a “host” or “hostess” in Spanish in the sense of someone who greets you and seats you. A “host” will be anfitrión / anfitriona but that’s more someone who invites you to their house]


Verbs

  • ser alérgico/a a algo = to be allergic to something
  • poner la mesa = to set the table
  • limpiar = to clean
  • comer = to eat
  • beber = to drink
  • tomar = to eat, to drink, to take
  • pedir = to ask for, to order [in the sense of making a request for food]
  • traer = to bring
  • servir = to serve
  • servir un vaso de agua = to pour a glass of water
  • poner un vaso de agua = to pour a glass of water
  • llevar = to carry
  • pagar = to pay
  • pagar en efectivo = to pay in cash
  • pagar 
  • ayudar = to help
  • recomendar = to recommend
  • hacer = to do, to make
  • cortar = to cut
  • quemar = to burn
  • helar, congelar = to freeze
  • enfriar = to chill
  • calentar = to heat up
  • cocinar = to cook
  • sofreír = to saute
  • asar = to roast
  • batir = to stir
  • mezclar = to mix
  • hornear = to bake in the oven
  • amasar = to knead dough
  • glasear / escarchar = to frost (something)
  • añadir = to add in
  • endulzar = to sweeten
  • gustar = to like
  • probar = to taste / to try
  • salar = to add salt
  • sazonar, aliñar, aderezar = to season, to add spices
  • reservar = to reserve
  • masticar = to chew
  • morder = to bite
  • lamer = to lick
  • tragar = to swallow
  • eructar = to burp
  • sorber = to sip
  • saber a = to taste like
  • oler a = to smell like
  • incluir = to include
  • llevar = for a dish to contain (something)
  • el plato lleva… = the dish contains…
  • ¿Qué lleva este plato? = What does this dish contain? 
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