Vocabulary Activities

Profesor en Alcorcón

Intermediate Crossword 1

Listen to the vocabulary, pronounce the words, memorize the list. Then, write the translation in English for the clue in Spanish. Then press "Check" to check your answers.
(Find a test of this vocabulary by clicking on the word "cloze" above.

Escucha al vocabulario, pronuncia las palabras, memoriza. Luego, escribe la traducción en inglés para la pista en español. Haz click en el botón "Check", que aparece en la parte inferior de la página, para comprobar tus aciertos.
(Encuentra un test consistente en rellenar los espacios en blanco de este texto haciendo click en la palabra "Cloze" arriba.)



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bad – (malo) My English is very bad. I don’t understand.
bag – (saco) My jacket is in my bag. It’s hot.
bar – (bar) I need a drink. The nearest bar is on the corner.
bed – (cama) I am sleepy and need to go to bed.
belt – (cinturón) You should wear a brown belt with those trousers.
body – (cuerpo) The immigrant’s dead body was on the beach.
boyfriend – (novio) She lives with her boyfriend in a small flat.
bread – (pan) You cannot make a sandwich without bread.
cinema – (cine) Did you see a good film yesterday at the cinema?
client – (cliente) My lawyer has many clients, but he costs a thousand euros.
cup – (taza) I want a cup of coffee. Where’s the nearest bar?
exercise – (ejercicio) I exercise every day, but I need some new shoes.
feet - (pies) Are your feet too big for your shoes? Mine too.
flats – (pisos) Flats are very expensive in big cities.
heard – (oído) I heard the music, but I didn’t like the rhythm.
jacket – (chaqueta) I wore a jacket because it was cold.
job – (trabajo) He’s a student, but he also has a job.
last – (último) I got a new job last week. Today’s my first day of work.
lawyer – (abogado) I need a lawyer for my legal problems.
lived – (vivió) He lived in several different flats in Berlin between 2000 and 2005.
may – (poder) I may start to exercise next week. I don’t know.
mean – (quiere decir, significa) What does geek mean? It’s something like “empollón”.
mine – (mió) A: Whose jacket is this on this chair? B: It’s mine.
nearest – (el más cercano) Excuse me, could you tell me where the nearest train station is?
nose – (nariz) He was in a fight and broke his nose.
off – (apagado) Is the television on? No, it isn’t. It’s off.
rear – (trasero) The passenger sat in the rear of the car.
rhythm – (ritmo) Modern music has a fast rhythm.
right – (derecha, derecho, correcto) Do people have a right to a job? I don’t think so.
sat – (sentó) He sat and played video games for 3 hours.
saw – (vió, serruchar) I saw that jacket at Zara, but it was too expensive.
shoes – (zapatos) Do you have problems with your feet? You should buy a new pair of shoes.
spoke – (habló) She spoke about her job at the conference.
student – (alumno) I got a new student last week and I’m teaching her English now.
thousand - (mil) There are a thousand English teachers on the Internet. Call one!
when – (cuando) When did you start studying English?
where – (donde) Where are you from?
whose – (de quién) A: Whose jacket is this? B: It’s mine. Sorry. I forgot it.
yesterday – (ayer) Yesterday is a famous song by The Beatles. I listened to it yesterday.


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