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In this Spanish video lesson we will learn some useful food vocabulary in Spanish that we will use in the next lesson about buying food in a Spanish supermarket. Shopping for food is a great opportunity to practice your Spanish when you are living or travelling in Spain or Latin America. It is relatively simple to ask for products and to discuss prices and it is always pretty much the same conversation so you will see yourself getting ever more confident the more you practice. The important thing is to get stuck in as quickly as you can. Don’t hold back and kid yourself that you will speak in Spanish the next time around and this time you will hope the shop assistants speak English. Have confidence in your own ability and never forget that the other person will really appreciate the effort you are making to converse in their language.

Lesson notes:

Fruta: fruit
Verduras: vegetables
Carne: meat
Pescado: fish
Lácteos: dairy products
Naranja: orange
Manzana: apple
Plátano: banana
Tomate: tomato
Cebolla: onion
Patatas: potatoes
Lechuga: lettuce
Zanahoria: carrot
Cerdo: pork
Pollo: chicken
Ternera: veal
Cordero: lamb
Sardinas: sardines
Atún: tuna
Bacalao: cod
Lubina: seabass
Leche: milk
Huevos: eggs
Queso: cheese
Yogures: yoghurt

Activity:

Translate the following…

Milk:
Carrot:
Tomato:
Lamb:
Cod:

Here are the answers to the last activity:

Trabajo a las ocho y veinticinco de la mañana.
Silvia come a las dos de la tarde.
Escuchamos música a las cinco de la tarde.
Leemos a las ocho menos cuarto de la tarde.
Compro fruta a las diez y veinte de la mañana.

 

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