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Can someone PLEASE help me??

 

I'm just about done my list of English/Spanish words... I'm hoping to mail it on Friday and I'm still missing some info....

 

I need help with the pronounciation for the following:

 

Eso es pequeño (that's small)

Eso es grande (that's big)

Es hermoso (it's beautiful)

Es feo (it's ugly)

Por la mañana (morning)

La tarde (afternoon)

Esta noche (evening)

De esa manera! (that way!)

Habitacion (room)

Servicio de cuarto (room service)

Lluvia (rain)

Mojada (wet)

Puesta de sol (sunset)

Salida del sol (sunrise)

Ola (wave)

Arena (sand)

Nadar (swim)

El/La salvavidas (lifeguard)

Pelota de playa (beach ball)

Voleibol (volleyball)

Sombrilla (parasol)

Salón silla (lounge chair)

Gafas de sol (sunglasses)

El traje de bano (bathing suit)

Crema solar (Sunblock)

Concha marina (sea shell)

Nevera (cooler)

Tabla de surfind (surfboard)

Marea alta (high tide)

Marea baja (low tide)

Podemos nadar aqui? (can we swim here?)

A qué hora es la marea alta? (what time is high tide?)

A qué hora es la marea baja? (what time is low tide?)

 

Ok.. so there's more than a few here heheheheheh My document is already 5 pages long!! And I'll be more than happy to share it once it's done.

 

THANKS!!!! smile03.gif

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I can help but I'm not sure I understand what you need. You have the translation so you just want to know where the enunciation goes for each of the words. Or do you want like a phonetic prononciation for each work?

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Hi Christine! I'd love your file when your done :)

 

And I'm thinking you are wanting the phonetic pronounciation? So your guests can sound out the words?

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I can help but I'm not sure I understand what you need. You have the translation so you just want to know where the enunciation goes for each of the words. Or do you want like a phonetic prononciation for each work?

I'm looking for the phonetic pronounciation...

Yes.... Si (SEE)

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Hi Christine! I'd love your file when your done :)

And I'm thinking you are wanting the phonetic pronounciation? So your guests can sound out the words?
No problem!!! I'd love to share it... I have been adding to the Debbie's Travel list :)

Yes.. that's exactly what I need!

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not all the words you have on there are even correct... go to a book store and pick up a mini langenscheidt universal spanish dictionary, all the correct words and their pronunciations are in it and its like $6

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not all the words you have on there are even correct... go to a book store and pick up a mini langenscheidt universal spanish dictionary, all the correct words and their pronunciations are in it and its like $6
Good idea.

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