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Don't Travel Without Knowing These Top 10 Verbs

Don't Travel Without Knowing These Top 10 Verbs

No viajes sin conocer estos 10 importantes verbos
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buy
comprar (v)
buy
La pareja compró ropa.
The couple bought clothes.
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comprar (v)
buy
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tour
recorrer (v)
tour
La visita turística a la casa blanca fue muy interesante.
The White House tour was very interesting.
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recorrer (v)
tour
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sightsee
hacer turismo
sightsee
Nosotros descansaremos hoy, pero haremos turismo manana.
We'll rest today, but sightsee tomorrow.
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hacer turismo
sightsee
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ride
coger (v)
ride
ir en autobus
ride on a bus
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coger (v)
ride
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arrange
concertar (v)
arrange
concertar el alojamiento
arrange for lodging
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concertar (v)
arrange
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board
embarcar (v)
board
embarcar en un avión
board a plane
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embarcar (v)
board
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take a picture
hacer una foto
take a picture
¿Puedo hacer una foto?
Can I take a picture?
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hacer una foto
take a picture
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land
aterrizar (v)
land
El avión aterrizará en el aeropuerto a las diez en punto.
The plane will land at the airport at ten o'clock.
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aterrizar (v)
land
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take off
despegar (v)
take off
Despegue a las 10 de la noche
take off at 10 PM
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despegar (v)
take off
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pay money
pagar dinero
pay money
pagar dinero
pay money
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avatar SpanishPod101.com Tuesday at 12:30 pm

Hey listeners! Where have you traveled recently? Tell us in Spanish.

avatar SpanishPod101.com Tuesday at 12:13 pm

Hola Norma,

Thank you for the feedback, we really happy to know your enjoying the lessons!
You can check the following link to help you with spanish phonetics, https://www.spanishpod101.com/2007/12/23/phonetics-lesson-1-learning-the-alphabet/

Here you can find more vocabulary lists https://www.spanishpod101.com/spanish-vocabulary-lists/.

aire is pronounce as /ai/ /re/ no “d”.

Suerte,
Carla
Team SpanishPod101.com

avatar Norma Sunday at 4:03 am

PS….I took some time to realize that “aire” has no “r” sound in it…. phonetically….eye, ee, day …….correct? I also hear “day” sound for “r” at the end of words that end in “re”……..am I hallucinating?

avatar Norma Sunday at 3:57 am

This selection of phrases are excellent……..especially the male speaker who pronounces and enunciates each word, slowly…that is unbelievably helpful. If I can get the actual pronunciation correct, then I can always (hopefully) increase the speed. Like Kim I have no one with whom I can speak Spanish. I have finished Beginner series and conjugations and this is a great review. I still have problems with the “r” in listening for the “dr” and also the “ll” whether it will be “jeh” or “yeh”, also hearing “h” will it be a j or a g, but I am improving slowly.
I also found the refresher series 1 helpful even tho most of the dialogue is Spanish. Is there more refresher series? I found this one by accident.

avatar SpanishPod101.com Monday at 5:30 pm

Hello Maritza,

Thank you for your feedback!
The verb “coger” is used in some Spanish speaking countries meaning “to ride” or literally: “to catch”. For example: to catch a bus - “coger el autobús”.
In other Spanish speaking countries they use the verb “ir” or “viajar”. The 3 verbs can be used for the same purpose - meaning “to ride”.
Please, let me know if you have more questions.

Kind regards,
Laura
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avatar Maritza Wednesday at 11:05 pm

why do you put the verb coger for to ride but the put ir en bus for to ride on bus?

avatar SpanishPod101.com Tuesday at 12:47 pm

Thank you Mark!
Our team is happy to know your enjoying the lessons!
Stay tuned we have a new lesson for you every week.

Suerte,
Carla
Team SpanishPod101.com

avatar SpanishPod101.com Tuesday at 12:41 pm

Hola Kim,

Thank you for your feedback!
Don’t forget to let us know you questions, our team will answer you as soon as possible.

Suerte,
Carla
Team SpanishPod101.com

avatar Mark Monday at 8:28 am

Marvellous job!
Cheers chaps
Mark

PS Could we have some Photography related please?

avatar Kim Monday at 12:45 am

Thanks for the lesson, I have a premium subscription and have been studying off and on for about 16 months. I’m an old white geezer who is very busy during the growing season, so these lessons along with the daily word I get in my e-mail really helps me to get in a little practice every day. To anyone who’s struggling with their learning I would encourage you to do the hard work of memorizing words and phrases and you’ll soon be amazed out how that will start to build on itsself, especially if you’re like me and have no one around to speak spanish with.