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English to Spanish words related to “The Beach”

There are so many Spanish words… where do you start?! Well, I recommend that you start with learning the vocabulary that is interesting and useful to you, as these will be the Spanish words that stick in your head. Don’t try to learn too many Spanish words in one go or you will just end up forgetting the majority of them. And try your best to practice with them soon after learning them. In this series of three video lessons featuring English to Spanish words related to “The Beach” I am introducing a set of vocabulary that I hope will be useful to most people. Who doesn’t like a lazy day on the beach, slurping ice cream and reading a good book?! This lesson is part of the Spanish Vocabulary Course and all of the lessons in this course are available completely FREE.

Spanish Vocabulary Lesson 66 Advanced Level At the beach

Listen and repeat the following words:

El chiringuito: beach bar
La bahía: bay
El acantilado: cliff
La corriente: current
Los vestuarios: changing rooms, locker rooms
Las dunas: dunes
El horizonte: horizon
El velero: sailboat
La concha: shell
La caracola: conch
Las piedras: stones
La estrella de mar: starfish
La almeja: clam
El alga marina: seaweed
La quemadura de sol: sunburn
Los surfistas: surfers
Las gafas de bucear: diving mask
La colchoneta: airbed, lilo
La marea: tide
Los bañistas: bathers
La barrera contra el viento: wind break
La cometa: kite
El cucurucho: ice cream cone/cornet


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