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Hi, everyone! This is Rosa. Today, we’ll be doing top 10 phrases your parents always say. Let’s go!
1. Ve con cuidado. “Be careful.”
Always like before I leave home like my mother will tell that to me like always, always.
2. Estate callado. “Be quiet.”
I was a pretty quiet girl so I didn’t get that very much.
3. Compórtate. “Behave.”
I would get told that like if my parents left me with other people like they will tell me like compórtate!
4. ¿Qué acabo de decir? “What did I just say?”
5. Ve a la cama. “Go to bed.”
6. Voy a contar hasta tres. “I'm going to count to three.”
Wow! They will tell me this every time and it’s so scary like “one” uno, dos, tres…yeah.
7. Para. “Stop.”
Very simple, but very effective word.
8. ¿Qué has dicho? “What did you say?”
So yeah, if the child says something inappropriate like the parent would say...¿qué has dicho?
9. Para la televisión ahora. “Turn the TV off now.”
I don’t know if the kids now like watch as much TV as we used to like maybe now, they are with their computers or their phones. So it would be like, apaga el ordenador ahora like “turn the computer off”.
10. ¿Te has cepillado los dientes? “Did you brush your teeth?”
Yeah, when I was a child, they would always remind me of that. Now, I do it on my own. I don’t need them to remind it to me.
So this is the end of today’s lesson. Today, we did the top 10 phrases your parents always say. Which were the ones that your parents told you the most? Please tell us in the comments below. I hope you liked this video. Please don’t forget to like it and subscribe to this channel. If you want to take on more Spanish lessons, visit SpanishPod101.com. See you soon. Hasta luego!

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