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English Spanish words related to “School”

What is the Spanish word for …? For sure you have said this many times during your studies. I remember when I was in the early stages of my English studies and walked everywhere with my English Spanish dictionary in my handbag, pulling it out countless times during the day. It is obviously so much quicker to have a ready supply of useful vocabulary in your head and though, of course, you will never remember every Spanish word it is possible to develop a solid arsenal of key vocabulary. This is the aim of my online Spanish vocabulary video course: to provide you with 10 to 20 useful and memorable Spanish words every day. The most important thing is that you are consistent with your studies. You don’t have to study for long, but make sure you study a little every day. This lesson is part of the online Spanish Vocabulary Course and all of the lessons in this course are available completely FREE.

Spanish Vocabulary Lesson 60 Advanced Level At school

Listen and repeat the following words:

Las chinchetas: drawing pins
El tablón de anuncios: notice board
El laboratorio: laboratory
El vídeo: video
El ordenador/La computadora: computer
El corrector: corrector pen
Salir a la pizarra: to go up to the blackboard
Aprobar un examen: to pass an exam
Suspender un examen: to fail an exam
La matrícula de honor: A+
Sobresaliente: A
Notable: B
Bien: C
Suficiente: D
Insuficiente: F
La clase de plástica/arte: art class
La clase de ciencias naturales: science class
La clase de ciencias sociales: social studies class
La clase de historia: history class
La clase de educación física/gimnasia: physical education class
La clase de matemáticas: mathematics class
La clase de geografía: geography class


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