Specialists in Spanish

Specialists in Spanish

Hospital and Pharmacy, Society, Spanish Categories
Specialists in Spanish It's time to learn how to name the specialists in Spanish translation. allergist- el alergista, el alergólogo anesthetist - el anestesista bacteriologist - el bacteriólogo cardiologist - el cardiólogo chiropractor - el quiropráctico dentist - el dentista dermatolotist - el dermatólogo endocrinologist - el endocrinólogo gastroenterologist - el gastroenterólogo gynecologist - el ginecólogo internist - el internista neurologist - el neurólogo nutritionist - el nutricionista obstetrician - el tocólogo, el obstetra therapist - el terapeuta oncologist - el oncólogo ophthalmologist - el oftalmólogo optometrist - el optometristaorthodontist - el ortodoncista orthopedist- el ortopédico, el ortopedista pathologist - el patólogo pediatrician - el pediatra pharmacist - el farmacéutico phlebotomist - el flebotomista physical therapist - el terapista físico podiatrist - el podólogo, el podiatra proctologist - el proctólogo psychiatrist - el psiquiatra psychologist - el psicólogo radiologist - el radiólogo social worker - el trabajador social surgeon - el cirujano urologist - el urólogo assistant - el ayudante nurse…
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Traffic Signs in Spanish

Traffic Signs in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
Traffic Signs in Spanish It's time to learn how to pronounce the traffic signs in Spanish translation. Have you ever seen traffic signs in other language? Have you ever wondered what this language has to say about streets, directions, and road signs in general?. It is essential to know the traffic signs in Spanish, so that coexistence on public roads is optimal. If everyone knew them well, several road accidents could be avoided. Above all, understand the importance of respecting traffic signs and speed levels. Common Road Signs: Zona para no pasar(No passing zone) Zona de escuela(School zone) Ceda el paso adelante (Yield ahead) Sinuoso camino por delante (Winding road) Velocidad recomendada(Advisory speed) Dos sentidos de tránsito(Two way street) Tráfico de bicicletas (Bicycle traffic warning) Alto, pare (Stop) Pare a…
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Media in Spanish

Media in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
Media in Spanish It's time to learn how to pronounce the media in Spanish translation. Media plays an even greater role in the culture. How do you say media? The term "media" has several meanings, which can be explained below. It can refer to printed publications such as magazines, books, newspapers, and films. It can also refer to audio and visual arts such as music and the arts. And it can also be used to describe the written word in Spanish, thus media in Spanish would then simply mean the entire works created - both print and audio/visual. The main purpose of the media is precisely to communicate objectively, but depending on their type of ideology they can specialize in: informing, educating, transmitting, entertaining, forming opinions, teaching, controlling, etc. Next,…
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Places in Spanish

Places in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
List of common places in Spanish It's time to learn how to pronounce the places in Spanish translation. The vecindario o barrio is translated as neighborhood in English. As you progress through your Spanish lessons, you will undoubtedly be asked many questions regarding places to go in Spanish. How can you properly say the names of places in Spanish? What's a typical "place" in a typical neighborhood? How do you say the name of places?   Zoológico (Zoo)   Vecindario (Neighborhood)   Universidad (University)   Tienda de Zapatos (Shoe Store)   Tienda de Ropas (Clothing Store)   Tienda de Música (Music Store)   Tienda de Mascotas (Pet Store)   Tienda de Deportes (Sports Store)     Tienda de Conveniencia (Convenience Store)   Tienda de Belleza (Beauty Store)   Supermercado (Supermarket)…
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Daily Routine for Kids in Spanish

Daily Routine for Kids in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
Daily Routine for Kids in Spanish It's time to learn how to pronounce the daily routine for kids in Spanish translation. The Student Routines   Me levanto (I get up)   Me lavo la cara(I wash my face)   Me cepillo los dientes (I brush my teeth)   Me afeito (I get shaved)   Me baño (I have a shower)   Me visto(I get dressed)   Preparo el desayuno (I prepare breakfast)   Desayuno (I have breakfast)   Salgo de la casa (I leave home) Voy a la escuela(I go to school)   Monto el autobús (I get on the bus)   Tomo mi clase (I take my class)   Leo un libro (I read a book)   Dibujo(I draw)   Juego (I play)   Hago ejercicios (I do exercises)…
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Jobs in Spanish

Jobs in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
What are the names of jobs in Spanish? It's time to learn how to pronounce the jobs in Spanish translation. When learning Spanish as a second language, it's very important to learn about the types of jobs because of various business transactions that can be done through the use of it. One common job in Spanish is working as a translator in the United States, Canada, or Europe. This can be for writing, translating electronic documents, preparing reports, and so on. Another common job in Spanish is being a teacher of Spanish at schools, colleges, and universities. There are also more job opportunities in the hospitality industry such as being a chef or a hotel manager if you are skilled in this language. If you want a job in the…
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Transportation in Spanish

Transportation in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
Mode of Transportation in Spanish This article is intended to give you a quick list of transportation in Spanish, and by doing so, you will be able to communicate more effectively. However, one of the best ways to learn quickly is through listening to podcasts. That's why here we have listed for you the most popular modes of transportation in Spanish with their pronunciations. What are some private and public modes of transportation? In this lesson, you will find the different modes of transport. The means of transportation have an extraordinary relevance in society because they allow the movement of goods and people, helping social integration and development. List of transportation Tren(Train) Tranvía(Tram) Taxi (Cab) Ómnibus, Autobús,Guagua (Bus) Motocicleta(Motocycle) Metro(Subway) Helicóptero (Helicopter) Carruaje, Coche (Carriage) Carro, Auto(Car) Camión(Truck) Bote, Lancha…
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Daily Routines in Spanish

Daily Routines in Spanish

Basic Spanish, Society, Spanish Categories
Describing your daily routines in Spanish daily routines - rutinas diarias ¿Cómo se dice worker routines en español? Worker routines in Spanish translation: rutinas de trabajo. It's time to learn how to pronounce the daily routines in Spanish translation. Enjoy the vocabulary about daily actions and activities. List of Daily Routines Yo me levanto(I get up) Yo tomo una ducha(I take a shower)   Yo me visto (I get dressed) Yo desayuno (I have breakfast)     Yo voy para el trabajo(I go to work) Yo comienzo el trabajo(I start work) Yo almuerzo (I have lunch) Yo termino de trabajar (I finish work) Yo llego a la casa(I arrive home) Yo ceno(I have dinner) Yo veo la televisión (I watch TV) Yo voy a la cama (I go to bed)…
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