¡Estoy feliz!

Our fourth meeting took place at the Kaffila Café. This time we learned about the physical appearance and feelings. With all the new words we described persons we know and how we feel.

Afterwards we taught Diego the different pronunciations between “sch” and “ch” in the German language. Furthermore, Maria and I explained that German words, which start with “sp” or “st” are pronounced as “schp” and “scht”.

Diego taught us, that Spanish adjectives endings change depending on the gender they describe. Masculine form usually ends in “-o” and the feminine form by exchanging the “-o” at the end for an “-a”. Additionally, he taught us how to form the diminutives, to describe the smallness of something, by adding either “-ito” or “-ita” to the ending of an adjective.

Physical appearance:

English Spanish German
fat gordo fett
thin delgado dünn
tall alto groß
small bajo klein
old viejo, mayor alt
young joven jung
sporty deportista sportlich
dark moreno dunkel
light rubio hell
handsome guapo hübsch
ugly feo hässlich


Family members:

English Spanish German
boyfriend/girlfriend novio/-a Freund/-in
brother/sister hermano/-a Bruder/Schwester
father/mother papá/mamá Papa/Mama
grandfather/grandmother abuelo/-a Oma/Opa



English Spanish German
feelings sentimientos Gefühle
sad triste traurig
happy feliz glücklich
angry enojado sauer
hungry hambriento hungrig
disappointed decepcionado enttäuscht
exhausted exhausto erschöpft
excited emocionado aufgeregt
jealous celoso eifersüchtig
in love enamorado verliebt
funny divertido lustig
proud orgulloso stolz
confused confundido verwirrt

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