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11.7: Vocabulario. Los animales

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    • Erica Brown, Alejandra Escudero, María Cristina Montoya, & Elizabeth Small
    • SUNY Oneonta via OER SUNY

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    Objetivos

    • Understand and use the names of common animals

    Familias y clases de animales:

    Icon of an insect
    Insectos
    Icon of a rabbit
    Mamíferos
    Icon of a bird
    Pájaros/ Aves
    Icon of a fish
    Peces
    Icon of a lizard
    Reptiles

    Animales de la granja:

    A horse eating grass
    El caballo
    A goat
    La cabra
    A pig
    El cerdo
    A hen and a rooster
    La gallina / El gallo
    A sheep
    La oveja / El carnero
    A cow and a bull
    La vaca / El toro

    Animales en peligro de extinción o sobre-explotados:

    The bee
    La abeja
    tuna
    El atún
    A whale breaching
    La ballena
    hummingbird
    El colibrí
    An elephant
    El elefante
    The gorilla
    La gorila
    Picture of a lion
    El león
    A nightingale bird singing
    El ruiseñor (nightingale)
    Sea turtle
    La tortuga marina
    A shark
    El tiburón
    a crab (southern king crab)
    El cangrejo (crab)

    Animales adaptados a los barrios humanos:

    A grey squirrel
    La ardilla
    Spider
    La araña
    An ant
    La hormiga
    lizard
    El lagarto / La lagartija
    pigeon
    La paloma
    A rat
    La rata
    White mice
    El ratón
    racoon
    El mapache
    fly
    La mosca
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    El mosquito / El zancudo
    A deer
    El venado

    Animales del zoológico:

    A monkey
    El mono
    snake
    La serpiente
    Crocodile
    El cocodrilo
    frog
    La rana
    toad
    El sapo
    Penguins
    El pingüino
    bear
    El oso

    Palabras adicionales:

    • Cazar (to hunt)
    • La granja (the farm)
    • La jaula (cage)
    • Estar en peligro de extinción (to be in danger of extinction)
    • Salvaje (wild)
    • Domesticado/a (domesticated)

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    Familias y clases de animales:

    • Insectos (Insects)
    • Mamíferos (Mammals)
    • Pájaros/ Aves (Birds)
    • Peces (Fish)
    • Reptiles (Reptiles)

    Animales de la granja:

    • Caballo (horse)
    • Cabra (goat)
    • Cerdo (pig)
    • Gallina / Gallo (hen / rooster)
    • Oveja / Carnero (sheep / ram)
    • Vaca / Toro (cow / bull)

    Animales en peligro de extinción o sobre-explotados:

    • Abeja (bee)
    • Atún (tuna)
    • Ballena (whale)
    • Colibrí (hummingbird)
    • Elefante (elephant)
    • Gorila (gorilla)
    • León (lion)
    • Ruiseñor (nightingale)
    • Tortuga marina (sea turtle)
    • Tiburón (shark)

    Animales adaptados a los barrios humanos:

    • Ardilla (squirrel)
    • Araña (spider)
    • Hormiga (ant)
    • Lagartija (lizard)
    • Paloma (pigeon / dove)
    • Rata (rat)
    • Ratón (mouse)
    • Mapache (raccoon)
    • Mosca (fly)
    • Mosquito / zancudo (mosquito)
    • Venado (deer)

    Animales del zoológico:

    • Mono (monkey)
    • La serpiente (snake)
    • Cocodrilo (crocodile)
    • Rana (frog)
    • Sapo (toad)
    • Pingüino (penguin)
    • Oso (bear)

    Palabras adicionales:

    • Cazar (to hunt)
    • La granja (the farm)
    • La jaula (cage)
    • Estar en peligro de extinción (to be in danger of extinction)
    • Salvaje (wild)
    • Domesticado/a (domesticated)

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