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Vocabulary Lists Must-Know Terms for Family Members

Must-Know Terms for Family Members

Términos para miembros de la familia que tienes que saber
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family
familia (n) fem
family
La familia está sonriendo para lal foto.
The family is smiling for the picture.
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mother
madre (n) fem
mother
Mi madre y mi padre estuvieron casados cincuenta (50) años.
My mother and father were married fifty (50) years.
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father
padre (n) masc
father
El padre está mirando a su hijo.
The father is looking at his son.
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wife
mujer (n) fem
wife
Estoy buscando a una mujer hermosa y perfecta.
I am looking for a beautiful perfect wife.
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husband
marido (n) masc
husband
El marido está llevando la cesta de las toallas dobladas.
The husband is carrying the basket of folded towels.
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parent
padre (n) masc
parent
child
niño (n) masc
child
Los niños están comiendo sandía.
The children are eating watermelon.
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daughter
hija (n) fem
daughter
Esta es mi hija.
This is my daughter.
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son
hijo (n) masc
son
Envié a mi hijo a estudiar en Londres.
I sent my son to study in London.
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sister
hermana (n) fem
sister
La hermana mayor está sosteniendo a la hermana menor.
The older sister is holding her younger sister.
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brother
hermano (n) masc
brother
younger sister
hermana menor fem
younger sister
Mi hermana menor se fue a Inglaterra para estudiar en el extranjero.
My younger sister went to England to study abroad.
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younger brother
hermano menor masc
younger brother
Mi hermano menor a menudo habla cuando duerme.
My younger brother often talks in sleep.
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older sister
hermana mayor
older sister
older brother
hermano mayor
older brother
great-grandmother
bisabuela (n) fem
great-grandmother
great-grandfather
bisabuelo (n) masc
great-grandfather
grandmother
abuela (n) fem
grandmother
Echo de menos a mi abuela.
I miss my grandmother.
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grandfather
abuelo (n) masc
grandfather
grandparent
abuelo (n) masc
grandparent
grandchild
nieto (n) masc
grandchild
granddaughter
nieta (n) fem
granddaughter
La niña pequeña en la foto es mi nieta.
The little girl in the picture is my granddaughter.
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grandson
nieto (n) masc
grandson
Mi nieto es el hijo de mi hijo.
My grandson is my son's son.
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aunt
tía (n) fem
aunt
uncle
tío (n) masc
uncle
niece
sobrina (n) fem
niece
El niño de a lado se acaba de casar con mi sobrina Sarah.
The boy next door just married my niece Sarah.
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nephew
sobrino (n) masc
nephew
cousin
primo (n) masc
cousin
Nuestros primos van a visitarnos el domingo.
Our cousins will visit on Sunday.
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mother-in-law
suegra (n) fem
mother-in-law
father-in-law
suegro (n) masc
father-in-law
sister-in-law
cuñada (n) fem
sister-in-law
brother-in-law
cuñado (n) masc
brother-in-law
partner
compañero (n) masc
partner
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Friday at 4:13 pm
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Hi Listeners! What is your favorite Family Member word? Let us know!

Wednesday at 12:37 am
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Hola Mike,


Thank you for your question. We have lessons in Iberian, Mexican, and Peruvian dialects (which should be indicated in the series or lesson title).


Here is an example: https://www.spanishpod101.com/index.php?cat=Advanced


Let us know if you have any further questions.


Cheers,

Cristiane

Team SpanishPod101.com

Mike Klein
Monday at 8:46 am
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Question.

Are these lessons in Latin American or European Spain Spanish? I am interested in Latin American.

TY for your help,

mike