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Family vocabulary in Spanish – Intermediate level Spanish vocabulary

We continue our Spanish Vocabulary Video Course with three Spanish video lessons at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels about The Family in Spanish (“La familia”).

Today’s intermediate level Spanish vocabulary video lesson shows you how to correctly pronounce the Family vocabulary in Spanish for words such as “nephew”, “niece”, “mother in law”, “father in law”, “cousins”, etc.

I hope you are all enjoying this course of video lessons aimed at helping you to build your Spanish vocabulary. So far we have covered topics such as the office, computers, animals, the house, sports, clothes, babies and money. Try to watch the videos little and often so that the Spanish vocabulary sticks in your head and remember to repeat the Spanish words after me to make sure you are pronouncing them correctly.

Spanish Vocabulary Video Lesson 77 Intermediate Level The family

Listen and repeat the following words:

El tío: Uncle
La tía: Aunt
Los tíos: Uncles & aunts
El sobrino: Nephew
La sobrina: Niece
Los sobrinos: Nephews and nieces
El primo: Male cousin
La prima: Female cousin
Los primos: Cousins
El novio: Boyfriend/Groom
La novia: Girlfriend/Bride
El suegro: Father in law
La suegra: Mother in law
Los suegros: Parents in law
El consuegro: Father in law of one´s son or daughter
La consuegra: Mother in law of one´s son or daughter
El yerno: Son in law
La nuera: Daughter in law
El cuñado: Brother in law
La cuñada: Sister in law
El padrino: Godfather
La madrina: Godmother

1 Comment

  1. ¿Ha oido hablar usted de la palabra “polola” que se usa para significar “novia”?

    Me dijeron que era jerga Chilena, pero la he oido en una telenovela Colombiana también.



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