Lista de Vocabulario – Otoño 2016 El viaje de su vida Capítulo 1 Carlos está de viaje



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Lista de Vocabulario – Otoño 2016

El viaje de su vida Capítulo 1

1. Carlos está de viaje. Carlos is on a trip.

2. Es el viaje de su vida. It is the trip of his life.

3. El viaje es un regalo de sus padres. The trip is a present from his parents.

4. Va a hacer el viaje con sus padres y su hermana.

He is going to make (take) the trip with his parents and his sister.



5. Ellos viajan en un crucero en el mar Caribe. They travel on a cruise (ship) in the Caribben Sea.

6. El crucero va a la Península de Yucatán en México.

The cruise is going to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.



7. La familia Ayala vive en Cincinnati. The Ayala family lives in Cincinnati.

8. Ellos se suben al crucero en Miami. They board (get themselves on) the cruise ship in Miami.

9. Florida es un lugar tropical con palmeras por todas partes. –

Florida is a tropical place with palm trees everywhere (all over the place).



10. Cuando se suben al barco, ven a mucha gente. When they board the boat, they see a lot of people.

11. La gente lleva ropa de turista. The people wear tourist clothing.

12. Carlos tiene vergüenza porque su mamá habla con una voz muy fuerte.

Carlos has embarrassment (is embarrassed) because his mother talks with a very loud voice.



13. Carlos piensa que todos pueden oír la voz de su madre.

Carlos thinks that everyone is able to hear the voice of his mother.



14. Hermoso – le dice el papá de Carlos a su esposa.

“Beautiful,” says the father of Carlos to his wife.



15. El barco se llama La Fiesta. The boat is called “The Party”.

16. Carlos y Teresa se miran. Carlos and Teresa look at each other.

17. Todos van a sus cuartos. Everyone goes to their rooms.

18. La familia Ayala va a su cuarto. – The Ayala family goes to its (their) room.

19. El cuarto es muy pequeño y las camas son pequeñas también.

The room is very small and the beds are also small.



20. La gente no pasa mucho tiempo en el cuarto.

The people do not spend much time in the room.



21. No importa donde duermas. – It does not matter where you sleep.

22. A Carlos no le importa. To Carlos it does not matter to him. (It does not matter to Carlos.)

23. Teresa siempre tiene hambre. Teresa always has hunger. (Teresa is always hungry.)

24. Cuando el crucero sale, todos salen a buscar comida.

When the cruise (ship) leaves, everyone goes out to look for food.



25. Todos llevan ropa bonita y tienen caras felices.

Everyone wears nice (pretty) clothes and they have happy faces.



26. Es muy difícil encontrar la comida. – It is very difficult to find the food.

27. Los Ayala andan por mucho tiempo. – The Ayalas walk (around) for a long time.

28. Después de buscar por mucho tiempo, encuentran un restaurante.

After looking for a long time, they find a restaurant.



29. El camarero tiene el pelo largo y liso.The waiter has long, straight hair.

30. El camarero sonríe y regresa a la cocina. – The waiter smiles and returns to the kitchen.

31. El papa les dice – No hay nada así en Ohio. –

The dad says to them, “There is nothing like this in Ohio.”



32. – No digas eso, Teresa. – le dice su mamá. – Don’t say that, Teresa, her mom says to her.

¡No me digas! – Don’t tell me!

33. Carlos mira a las personas allí en el restaurante.

Carlos looks at the people there in the restaurant.



34. Hay una pareja vieja allí. – There is an old couple there.

35. Carlos cree que son abuelos. – Carlos believes that they are grandparents.

36. Carlos ve a una mujer en el rincón. – Carlos sees a woman in the corner.

37. Ella es alta, delgada y tiene el pelo morado. – She is tall, thin and she has purple hair.

38. Carlos sigue mirándola. – Carlos continues looking at her.

39. Estoy de acuerdo – le dice Teresa. – “I agree,” says Teresa to him.

40. El camarero llega con la comida. The waiter arrives with the food.

41. Teresa tiene razón, la mujer realmente es diferente.

Teresa has reason (is right), the woman really is different.



42. La mujer insecta se sienta al lado de la pareja vieja.

The insect woman sits (herself) down next to the old couple.



43. Ella les habla. – She talks to them.

44. Carlos trata de escuchar, pero no oye nada. – Carlos tries to listen, but he hears nothing (does not hear anything).

45. La mujer les sonríe y ríe. – The woman smiles at them and laughs.

46. Después, la mujer insecta hace algo extraño.

After, the insect woman does something strange.



47. Carlos está sorprendido. – Carlos is surprised.

48. La mujer pone la mano debajo de la mesa y agarra algo.

The woman puts her hand under the table and grabs something.



49. Carlos no puede ver la cosa que agarra, pero él sabe que tiene algo en la mano.

Carlos is not able to see the thing that she grabs, but he knows that she has something in the (her) hand.



50. Él trata de verlo, pero no puede ver nada. – He tries to see it, but he cannot see anything.

51. La mujer pone la cosa en el bolsillo de su vestido.

The woman puts the thing in the pocket of her dress.



52. La mujer le está robando algo a esa pareja vieja.

The woman is stealing something from that old couple.



53. Les está robando algo a ellos. She is stealing something from them.

54. La mujer es ladrona. – The woman is a theif.

55. Carlos trata de no mirar. – Carlos tries to not look.

56. Él piensa que no debe mirar pero es imposible.

He thinks he should not look, but it is impossible.



57. Él la mira y sigue mirándola.

He looks at her and continues looking at (watching) her.



58. Carlos mira a la mujer y la mujer lo mira a él.

Carlos looks at the woman and the woman looks at him.



59. Carlos oye a su mamá y se despierta de un ensueño.

Carlos hears his mother and wakes (himself) up from a daydream.



60. ¿Qué pasa? – What’s happenings? What’s wrong?

61. La mujer se levanta, anda lentamente y sale del restaurante.

The woman gets up, walks slowly, and leaves the restaurant.



62. Carlos no se siente bien. – Carlos does not feel well.

El viaje de su vida – Capítulo 2

63. Tiene miedo. - S/he has fear.

64. Carlos sólo puede pensar en esa mujer. - Carlos only is able to think about that woman.

65. Él no piensa en nada más que ella.

He does not think about anything more (else) than her.

66. Carlos no le dice nada a nadie acerca de la mujer.

nada = nothing nadie= no one



Carlos does not say anything to anyone about the woman.

67. No sabe qué hacer. - He does not know what to do.

68. Carlos no sabe quién se va a sentar en los otros lugares.

Carlos no sabe quién va a sentarse en los otros lugares.

Carlos does not know who is going to sit (themself) down in the other places.



69. A Teresa le gusta la pizza más que nada. - Teresa likes pizza more than anything.

70. Mientras ellos comen, dos personas vienen y se sientan a la misma mesa.

While they eat, two people come and sit (themselves) down at the same table.



71. Carlos está muy sorprendido cuando ve quienes son.

Carlos is very surprised when he sees who they are.



72. La isla se llama Cozumel y está cerca de Cancún.

The island is called Cozumel and it is near (close to) Cancún.



73. Estamos emocionados porque vamos a visitar México.

We are excited because we are going to visit Mexico.



74. Es la primera vez en muchos años. – It is the first time in many years.

75. Es la tierra de los mayas. - It is the land of the Mayans.

76. Hacen mucho de que los mayas antiguos hacían.

They do much of what the ancient Mayans did (used to do).



77. Nosotros somos mayas. - We are Mayan.

78. El collar es muy viejo. - The necklace is very old.

79. Quiero dárselo a mi hermana Susana. – I want to give it to her (to my sister Susana).

Se lo quiero dar a mi hermana Susana.

80. Carlos se siente triste. - Carlos feels sad.

81. Ahora Carlos sabe que esa mujer le robó el collar a la Señora Mendoza.

Now Carlos knows that that woman stole (from her) the necklace from Sra. Mendoza.



82. Carlos se pone muy enojado cuando piensa en esto.

Carlos gets/becomes very angry when he thinks about this.

poner = to put ponerse = to put one’s self = to get or become / to put on one’s self

83. Chichén Itzá es una ciudad antigua de los mayas.

Chichén Itzá is an ancient city of the Mayans.



84. Queremos darle el collar en Chichén Itzá. – We want to give to her the necklace in (at) Chichén Itzá.

85. La pirámide y Chichen Itzá estaban allí muchos años antes de Cristóbal Colón.

The pyramid and Chichén Itzá were there many years before Christopher Columbus.



86.Estoy muy emocionada de ver a mi hermana. Hace muchos años que no la veo, les dice la señora Mendoza.

“I am very excited to see my sister. It has been many years that I do not see her,” to them says Señora Mendoza



87. Carlos no le puede dar las noticias malas del collar.

Carlos (to her) cannot give the bad news about the necklace to her.



88. Va a buscar a esa mujer. – He is going to look for that woman.

89. Va a encontrar el collar y dárselo a la señora Mendoza.

He is going to find the necklace and give it to señora Mendoza.



Lo va a encontrar. Se lo va a dar a la señora Mendoza.

He is going to find it and give it to her to señora Mendoza.



90. la pirámide – the pyramid

91. las ruinasthe ruins

92. emocionado(a) – excited

93. preocupado(a) – worried

94. los hijos – the children

95. impresionante – impressive

96. al día siguiente – the following day

Imperfect tense verb forms

97. había – there was / there were (imperfect of hay)

98. se llamaba – s/he called her/himself (s/he was called)

99. era – s/he, Ud.,it, I was / used to be (imperfect of ser /irregular)

100. estaba – s/he, Ud.,it, I was (imperfect of estar)

101. vivía – s/he, Ud.,it, I lived / used to live / was living

102. tenía - s/he, Ud.,it, I had / used to have / was having

103. iba – s/he, Ud.,it, I went (often) / used to go / was going

104. quería – s/he, Ud.,it, I wanted (in general) / used to want / was wanting

105. le gustaba – it was pleasing to him/her (in general)

le gustaban – they were pleasing to him/her

El viaje de su vida – Capítulo 3

106. está de mal humor – s/he is of bad humor ( is in a bad mood)

estaba de mal humor - s/he, I was in a bad mood

107. enojarse con – to get or become angry with

108. se enoja con – s/he becomes /gets angry with

109. se enojó con - s/he got / became angry with (specific time)

110. divertirse – to enjoy one’s self (to have fun)

111. se divierte – s/he has fun (enjoys him/herself)

112. se divertía –s/he was having fun

113. preocuparse (por)- to worry (one’s self) (about)

114. se preocupa (por) – s/he worries (about)

115. se preocupaba – s/he was worrying

116. tanto – so much

117. el secreto – the secret

118. Dime tu secreto. – Tell me your secret.

119. No se lo digo a nadie. – I won’t say it to anyone.

120. No le digo nada a nadie. – I won’t say anything to anyone.

121. la medianoche – midnight

122. le enseña – s/he teaches to him /her (enseñar – to teach)

123. extraño(a) – strange, weird

124. contigo – with you

125. camina hacia – s/he walks toward

126. joven – young

128. te conozco – I know you

129. tú robaste – you robbed / stole

130. allí - there

Expresiones comunes

131. ¡No me molestes! – Don’t bother me!

132. por ejemplo – for example

133. ¿De acuerdo? – Agreed? (Do you agree?)

134. Todavía no. – Not yet.

135. ¿De veras? – Really?

136. Estoy seguro(a). – I am sure (certain).

El viaje de su vida Capítulo 4

137. llegar – to arrive

138. tomar – to take; to drink

139. regresar – to return

140. andar hacia – to walk toward

141. ayudar- to help

142. No te puedo ayudar. - I am not able to help you.

No puedo ayudarte.

Past Preterit tense verb forms

143. le dijo – s/he said to him/her (decir)

144. se puso – s/he got or became; s/he put on him/herself (ponerse)

145. gritó – s/he yelled (gritar)

146. habló – s/he spoke, talked (hablar)

147. decidió – s/he decided (decidir)

148. subirse a – to get on / board; to climb up or on to

149. se subió a – s/he got on to /boarded

150. ellos se subieron a – they got on to / boarded

151. vio – s/he saw (ver)

152. vieron – they saw

153. bajarse de – to get off of / get out of /get or come down from

154. se bajó del barco – s/he got off of, got out of the boat

155. se bajaron del barco – they got off of, out of the boat

Past Imperfect tense verb forms

156. se sentía – s/he, was feeling (sentirse)

157. podía – s/he, I was able to, could (poder)

158. no podía ayudarle – S/he, I was not able to (could not) help him/her

159. sabía – s/he, I knew (saber)

160. creía – s/he, I believed (creer)

161. pensaba – s/he, I thought (pensar)

Otro vocabulario y expresiones

162. pobre – poor

163. único(a) – only

164. desilusionado(a) – disappointed

165. el pueblo – the town

166. la callethe street

167. la tienda – the store

168. el trabajo – the work (job)

169. los árboles – the trees

170. la selva – the jungle

171. la bolsathe bag

172. desde – from (origin of movement or action)

173. ¿Así es? – Is that how it is?

174. en seguida – right away

El viaje de su vida Capítulos 5 y 6

175. comprar – to buy

176. matar – to kill

177. morir – to die

178. respirar – to breathe

179. soltar – to let go (of)

suelta – s/he lets go (of)

180. caerse (de) – to fall (from)

se cae (de) – s/he falls (from)

Past Preterite tense verb forms

181. llegó – s/he arrived llegaronthey arrived

182. buscó – s/he looked for buscaron – they looked for

183. encontró – s/he found encontraron – they found

184. compró – s/he bought compraron – they bought

185. empujó – s/he pushed

186. le dio – s/he gave to him/her

187. nos ayudó – s/he helped us

188. salió de – s/he left from

189. regresó (a) – s/he returned (to)

190. se puso – s/he got, became or put on him/herself (ponerse)

191. puso – s/he put (poner)

192. hizo – s/he did or made (hacer) hicieron they did or made

193. se cayó (de) – s/he fell from



Past imperfect tense verb forms

194. hacía calor – it was hot (literally: it was making heat)

195. Todos tenían calor. - Everyone was hot. (literally: Everyone had heat.)

196. Ellos trataban de no pensar en el collar. – They tried to not think about the necklace.

197. quería matar - s/he, I wanted to kill

198. No lo podía creer. – S/he, I was not able to (could not) believe it.

199. necesitaba – s/he, I needed
Otro vocabulario y expresiones

200. más tarde – later

luego – later

201. las estrellas – the stars

202. los escalones – the steps or stairs

203. plana(o) por encima – flat on top

204. demasiado alto(a) – too tall

205. la parte más alta – the highest (tallest) part

206. el cuellothe neck

207. el cuchillo – the knife

208. asesina(o) – murdurer

209. peor – worse

el peor – the worst

210. valor – value

Vale mucho dinero. – It is worth a lot of money.

211. rico(a) – rich (wealthy)

212. algunas cosas – some things

213. el Castillo – the castle (referring to the pyramid temple at Chichén Itzá)

214. el Caracol – the snail (an astronomical observatory at Chichén Itzá)

215. lejos de – far from


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