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Rosa: Hello everybody, I am Rosa and this is Spanish weekly words and I have also discovered what the theme for this week is. So it is hygiene actions.
[bañarse] which means “bathe”. [Después de un largo y duro día de trabajo me gusta bañarme.]- “After a hard and long day working, I like taking a bath”.
The next word is [cepillar] which means “brush” either for your teeth or for your hair, like, [cepillarse el peo], [cepillarse los dientes].
[Hay que cepillarese los dientes después de cada comida.] - “You have to brush your teeth after each meal. “
The next word is [hacer gárgaras] - “to gargle”. [Cuando era pequeña solía hacer gargaras con un líquido que sabía a chicle.] - “When I was a child, I used to gargle with liquid tasty like chewing gum”.
The next word is [lavar] which means “wash”. You can use it for a lot of things. You can [lavar el pelo] or [lavar la ropa] - “wash your clothing” or any object, I don’t know. [Voy a lavarme el pelo antes de la cena de hoy. ] - “I am going to wash my hair before tonight’s dinner.”
The next word is [peinar] which is “comb”. [Peinar] you can transform it into other which would be [peinarse] it is to comb your hair. [Después de lavarme el pelo me lo peino.] - “After washing my hair, I comb it”. This is the end. I hope you learned something useful and also I hope to see you next week, bye.


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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Which word do you like the most?

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lee j won
Tuesday at 09:52 AM
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i noticed that all of these words have 'ar' verb(?) in them...:sweat_smile: