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Describing People And Family Relationships

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el/la abuelo(a)
grandfather (grandmother)
los abuelos
grandparents
almorzar (ue)
to have lunch
callado(a)
quiet
canoso(a)
grey-haired
castaño(a)
dark brown
ciego(a)
blind
corto(a)
short
de color café
the colour brown
delgado(a)
thin
dormir (ue)
to sleep
empezar (ie)
to begin, to start
entender (ie)
to understand
el/la gato(a)
cat
gordo(a)
fat
hasta
until
el/la hermano(a)
brother (sister)
los hermanos
siblings
el/la hijo(a)
son (daughter)
los hijos
children, sons
joven
young
largo(a)
long
la madre (mamá)
mother (mom)
mayor
older
menor
younger
merendar (ie)
to have a snack
negro(a)
black
el/la nieto(a)
grandson, granddaughter
los nietos
grandsons, grandchildren
el padre (papá)
father (dad)
los padres
parents
el pelo
hair
el/la perro(a)
dog
la persona
person
el/la primo(a)
cousin
los primos
cousins
la silla de ruedas
wheelchair
el/la sobrino(a)
nephew (niece)
los sobrinos
nephews, nieces and nephews
sordo(a)
deaf
tener (ie) los ojos azules
to have blue eyes
el/la tío(a)
uncle (aunt)
los tios
uncles and aunts
todos(as)
everyone, all of us
travieso(a)
mischievous
usar lentes
to wear glasses
verde
green
viejo(a)
old
volver (ue)
to go back or come back