Spanish : Family, Parties and Celebrations Vocabulary - Presentation
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English: Hello! Today we’re going to talk about the family, the parties and the celebrations.
Spanish: ¡Hola! Hoy vamos a hablar de la familia, las fiestas y las celebraciones.
English: Whom is a typical family made up of? First there are the parents: the father and the mother. Let’s imagine that the father is Mr. Iglesias and the mother is Mrs. Iglesias.
Spanish: ¿Cómo está compuesta una familia típica? Primero están los padres: el padre y la madre. Imaginemos que el padre se llama el señor Iglesias y la madre, la señora Iglesias.
English: Mr. Iglesias is Mrs. Iglesias husband and Mrs. Iglesias, obviously, is his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Iglesias have two children, a son, Enrique and a daughter, Chabeli.
Spanish: El señor Iglesias es el esposo de la señora Iglesias y la señora Iglesias, obviamente, es su esposa. El Señor y la Señora Iglesias tienen dos hijos, un hijo, Enrique y una hija, Chabeli.
English: Enrique is not married, that is, he is single, he doesn’t have a wife, but Chabeli, she is married, that is, she has a husband. Chabeli’s husband’s name is Juan. Chabeli and her husband Juan have a son called Roberto.
Spanish: Enrique no está casado, es decir es soltero, no tiene esposa, pero Chabeli sí está casada, es decir, ella tiene esposo. El esposo de Chabeli se llama Juan. Chabeli y su esposo Juan tienen un hijo que se llama Roberto.
English: So, we can say that Mr. and Mrs. Iglesias are Roberto’s grandparents, the grandfather and the grandmother, and at the same time the Iglesias are Juan’s parents-in-law; the father-in-law and the mother-in-law.
Spanish: Entonces, podemos decir que el señor y la señora Iglesias son los abuelos de Roberto, el abuelo y la abuela, y al mismo tiempo los Iglesias son los suegros de Juan, el suegro y la suegra.
English: Also, we can say that Roberto is Enrique’s nephew and the grandchild of The Iglesias. Enrique is Roberto’s uncle. Roberto has no brothers because Roberto is an only son.
Spanish: También podemos decir que Roberto es sobrino de Enrique y nieto de los señores Iglesias. Enrique es tío de Roberto. Roberto no tiene hermanos porque Roberto es hijo único.
English: Speaking about the family, this weekend is my brother’s daughter’s birthday, my niece Angela.
Spanish: Hablando de la familia, este fin de semana es el cumpleaños de la hija de mi hermano, mi sobrina Angela.
English: We are going to give her a surprise party. So I have to buy a few things for the party: the beverages, the balloons, the cake and many presents.
Spanish: Vamos a darle una fiesta sorpresa. Así que tengo que comprar algunas cosas para la fiesta: las bebidas, los globos, el pastel y muchos regalos.
English: In family parties and celebrations in Latin America there is always lots of food, refreshments, music, dance, piñatas and presents. I hope you can go to a Latin party soon.
Spanish: En las fiestas y celebraciones de las familias en Latinoamérica siempre hay mucha comida, refrescos, música, baile, piñatas y regalos. Espero que pronto puedas ir a una fiesta latina.
English: By the way, who are the members of your family?
Spanish: A propósito, ¿Cuáles son los miembros de tu familia?
English: Do you have brothers or sisters?
Spanish: ¿Tienes hermanos o hermanas?
English: How many uncles and aunts do you have?
Spanish: ¿Cuántos tíos y tías tienes?
English: Are you married? Are you married?
Spanish: ¿Estás casado? ¿Estás casada?
English: or Are you single? or Are you single?
Spanish: o ¿Estás soltero? o ¿Estás soltera?
English: Do you like to celebrate your birthday with your family?
Spanish: ¿Te gusta celebrar tu cumpleaños con tu familia?
English: I’m sure you do. Very well! I’ll see you soon.
Spanish: Estoy seguro que sí. ¡Muy bien! Hasta pronto.
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