Learn 10 Nouns related to people in Spanish (Podcast) – LSFB Podcast 008

This is Podcast 8, you can listen to it using the player shown above these lines.

In this audio lesson we will learn 10 Nouns related to people in Spanish.

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Podcast Transcript (Text Version):

Hi, welcome to Learning Spanish for Beginners, the place to learn Mexico’s conversational Spanish.

Today we will review 10 nouns that may be useful when talking about people.

Feel free to repeat as you listen.

Let’s get started.

  • Man – “Hombre”
  • Woman – “Mujer”
  • Young man – “Muchacho” or “un jóven”
  • Young woman – “Muchacha” or “una jóven”
  • Boy – “Niño”
  • Girl – “Niña”
  • Old man – “Anciano”
  • Old woman – “Anciana”
  • Baby – “Bebé”
  • Person – “Persona”

 

Now, let’s review the words one more time, this time only in Spanish.

Feel free to repeat as you listen.

  • “Hombre”
  • “Mujer”
  • “Muchacho”
  • “Muchacha”
  • “Niño”
  • “Niña”
  • “Anciano”
  • “Anciana”
  • “Bebé”
  • “Persona”

 

That’s all for today.

To learn more Spanish and to access a downloadable text version of this audio, you can visit the Podcast section at LearningSpanishForBeginners.com

See you next time, hasta la próxima.

 

Learn how to Differentiate between Masculine and Feminine Nouns in Spanish here: The Gender of Nouns

 

 

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