Vocabulary Activities

Profesor en Alcorcón

Intermediate Crossword 4

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.

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niece – (sobrina) the daughter of your brother or sister. We bought our niece a clock for her birthday.
away – (lejos, fuera) at or to a different place. Robert was away when I arrived and I couldn’t meet him.
until – (hasta) as far as. Drive straight until you reach the McDonald’s and then turn left.
sphere – (esfera, ámbito) a round object. The planet has the shape (forma) of a sphere.
death – (muerte) the end of life. I was surprised by Robbin Williams’ sudden death when he committed (cometió) suicide (suicidio).
fame – (fama) being known by a lot of people for a good reason. His fame grew because the TV series was so successful.
lyrics – (letras de canciones) the text of song. You can learn a lot of English by looking up (buscar) the lyrics of your favorite songs in both English and Spanish.
busy – (ocupado) working hard with a particular activity. I was busy all morning and forgot (olvidé) to call you.
own – (propio, poseer) belong (pertenecer) to a person. Do you own (posees) your own (propia) house?
shy – (tímido) not confident about meeting new people. She was shy and hardly (apenas) spoke.
socks – (calcetines) clothes for your feet (not shoes). He didn’t wear socks and his shoes stank (apestaban).
attractive – (atractivo) beautiful, interesting. She was attractive and turned heads (giró cabezas).
cap – (gorra, límite, tapa) something like a baseball player’s hat. Trump often wears a red cap with “Make American Great Again” on it.
instrument – (instrumento) a device (aparato) used for making music. He played a musical instrument at the concert.
eon – (eón) a period of time that is extremely (extremadamente) long. In science an eon is about a billion years long.
sculpture – (escultura) a piece of art that is made from stone, wood, clay (arcilla), etc. One of the most famous sculptures is Michelangelo’s David.
clock – (reloj, cronometrar) a device (aparato) for telling time. My alarm clock broke last night and I didn’t wake up (despertar) this morning.
another - (otro) one more, a different thing or person. Waiter (camarero), I’d like another beer, please.
sang – (cantó) to make music with your voice (past tense). I sang a song by the Beatles, “Yesterday.”
gym – (gimnasio) a place that you go to to do sports or exercises. I went to the gym to lift (levantar) weights (pesas).
bank – (banco, orilla) a place where you can deposit (ingresar) or withdraw (retirar) money. I went to the bank to get 100 Euros.
breakfast – (desayuno) the meal (comida) that you have in the morning. I had pancakes (tortitas, crepes) with maple syrup (sirope de arce) for breakfast.
firm – (firme, empresa) certain, strong and in control, a company. My sister-in-law is a lawyer (abogado) in a law firm (bufete de abogados).
lip – (labio, borde) two opposing parts of the mouth. The attractive girl had red lips.
teacher – (profesor) an educator. In English, professors teach in universities and often have a doctorate (doctorado). All other educators are just teachers.
residence – (residencia) a place where someone lives. Elderly people (ancianos) usually live in “retirement homes,” not “residences.”
mile – (milla) One mile is 1.6 kilometers. Six miles are just under 10 kilometers.
average – (promedio, media) the normal or most common type. The increasingly (cada vez más) technological world is too complex (complejo) for the average person to understand.
eye – (ojo, ojear) the part of the body that you see with. I closed my eyes and went to sleep.
prefer – (preferir) – to like one thing more than another thing. I prefer fast food (comida rápida) to healthy food (alimentos sanos).
noun – (sustantivo) a word that is a person, place or thing. In the sentence, “Steven likes coffee,” both (ambos) "Steven" and "coffee" are nouns.
noticed – (notó, percibió) to see something and be aware (consciente) of it. He noticed his own mistakes (propios errores) and memorized the corrections.
raw – (crudo, prima) not cooked or in its natural state. Dogs shouldn’t (no deberían) eat raw meat because it can contain bacteria.
wrote – (escribió) to send someone a letter or to create a book or story. Steven wrote a book of crossword puzzles and language games.
saved – (guardó, ahorró) to keep money to buy something in the future. He saved 300 Euros to buy a new mobile phone.
vowel – (vocal) sounds of parts of words that aren’t consonants. The vowels are a, e, i, o and u.
bit – (mordió, poco, pedazo) slightly, a little. Can I have a bit of your cake?
began – (empezó, comenzó) to start to do something. They began to work on their school project at the last minute (en el último momento).
else – (más, otro) in addition to something. A: Ok, so that’ll be 2 cups of coffee and 2 donuts. Anything else? B: No, nothing else, thank you.
glove – (guante) clothes that you wear on your hands to protect them from the cold, for example. She wore leather (cuero) gloves on the motorbike (motocicleta).
eat – (comer) to have a snack (tentempié) or a meal. What did you have to eat for breakfast?
twin – (gemelo, mellizo) an identical child born at the same time. Twins can be either identical to each other (el uno al otro) or they can be different from each other.
face – (cara, mirar hacia, abordar) Face to face English classes are better than Skype classes because your teacher can interrupt (interrumpir) you more easily (fácilmente) to correct you.
bestseller – (superventas) an extremely (extremadamente) popular book which a lot of people buy. The Harry Potter books are bestsellers and just the first one, for example, has sold 120 million.
ever – (alguna vez) at any time. Does he ever answer the phone?
races – (carreras) competitions to see who is the fastest. I’m afraid (me temo) that Robert is away watching the Grand Prix races in Barcelona.
try – (intentar) to attempt to do something. Do. Or do not. There is no try. (Yoda)
rob – (robar) to steal. Did Robert rob a bank or something? How did he get so rich?
dry – (seco, secar) the opposite of wet. She didn’t dry her hands on her shirt (camisa).

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