Café Puusti, meeting Vol.3

… After the Mexican party, we met for the third time at Café Puusti as suggested by Jacqueline. It was time for the real deal. We sat and we discuss our previous meetings, what we had seen so far but, there was an addition to our equation, my friend Nedas decided to join us in order to learn spanish with Jacky and Maria.

I had to go through the basics again with Nedas so he could catch up with the girls. After a while we practice our speaking abilities with the phrases we saw last meeting, Maria and Jacky are really quick learners and they could tackle allmost all of the spanish pronunciations , as for Nedas since he wasn’t as familiar with some of the sounds from spanish I taught him the ñ and the ll sound.

After our general review and practice we saw some new vocabulary related to food and the kitchen, which will be useful in our future meetings.

ENGLISH ESPAÑOL DEUTSCH
Spatula Espátula Pfannenwender
Regrigerator Refrigerador Kühlschäler
Pealer Pelador de Vegetales Gemüseschäler
Fork Tenedor Gabel
Knife Cuchillo Messer
Spoon Cuchara Löffel
Pan Sartén Pfanne
Pot Olla Topf
Cup Taza Tasse
Glass Vaso Glas

 Food.

 

ENGLISH ESPAÑOL DEUTSCH
Potato Papa Kartoffel
Rice Arroz Reis
Tomato Tomate Tomate
Cheese Queso Käse
Carrot Zanahoria Karotte
Banana Platano Banane
Orange Naranja Orange
Milk Leche Milch
Pepper Pimiento Paprika
Bread Pan Brot
Cinammon Pimienta Pfeffer
Flour Harina Mehl
Honey Miel Honig
Lemon Limón Zitrone

Prashes:

ESPAÑOL DEUTSCH
Cuesta €____________. Es kostet €_________________.
Está a la derecha. Est ist rechts.
‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’la izquierda. Est ist links.
¡Está muy caro! Es ist sehr teuer.
¿Cuándo nos vemos? Wann treffen wir uns?

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