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Practice Entender and Morir

Let’s get lots of spoken practice with verbs Entender and Morir, as well as our new nouns and everything else we’ve learned this week. Predict the Spanish and speak out loud!

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Ahora entendemos.

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Let’s use a big quiz to practice the verbs Entender and Morir, along with everything else we’ve learned this week.

They can’t hear you, they’re very sleepy.

No te pueden escuchar, tienen mucho sueño.

I gave an order and they died.

Di una orden y ellos murieron.

He hasn’t died, because if he dies they die.

No ha muerto, porque si él muere, ellos mueren.

He is in need of five more.

Le hacen falta cinco más.

You didn’t die because of the curse in the game.

No moriste por la maldición en el juego.

He understood that I’m dying to do it.

Entendió que me muero por hacerlo.

I died because of the curse thirteen times.

Morí por la maldición trece veces.

I think they don’t understand that thirteen is bad luck, fourteen is better.

Creo que no entienden que trece es mala suerte, catorce es mejor.

I didn’t understand the dream I had yesterday, but I understand it now.

No entendí el sueño que tuve ayer, pero ahora lo entiendo.

If you die, we’re not going to hear it(f).

Si mueres, no la vamos a oír.

They could die because of the lack of food and water.

Podrían morir por la falta de comida y agua.

You understood they were in need of money.

Entendiste que les hacía falta dinero.

You don’t have to understand, but he wants me to understand.

No tienes que entender, pero él quiere que yo entienda.

Do you understand that if we don’t have fourteen lives we die?

¿No entiendes que si no tenemos catorce vidas morimos?

Maybe they understand it was a dream and we didn’t die.

Quizás entiendas que fue un sueño y que no morimos.

It’s an order, you have to be here at twelve o’clock.

Es una orden, tienes que estar aquí a las doce en punto.

They want us to understand that the lack of money is a problem.

Quieren que entendamos que la falta de dinero es un problema.

No, please, I want you to understand.

No, por favor, quiero que entiendas.

Fifteen is better than twelve, but worse than eleven.

Quince es mejor que doce, pero peor que once.

They understood that four times three was fifteen and not twelve.

Entendieron que cuatro por tres eran quince y no doce.

If she understands it, maybe I won’t die.

Si ella lo entiende, quizás yo no muera.

I’m dying, because you haven’t understood.

Estoy muriendo, porque no has entendido.

Please, don’t die, we understand now.

Por favor, no mueras, ahora entendemos.

We didn’t understand that three times two was six.

No entendimos que tres por dos eran seis.

I don’t want you to die and I don’t want her to die either.

No quiero que mueras y no quiero que ella muera tampoco.

Maybe he doesn’t understand that she died.

Quizás él no entienda que ella murió.

For more practice with all of this, go to LCSPodcast.com/145.

Next week, we’ll learn the Spanish verbs for “feeling” and “sitting”, as well as some new adjectives and nouns used to describe people.

This show is brought to you by LearnCraftSpanish.com. The Spanish voice in this episode was our coach Michael Agudelo. Our music was performed by the Seattle Marimba Quartet, and I’m Timothy, encouraging you to do the hard work of learning Spanish. Acquiring a second language is one of the most fulfilling things you can do, so start your fluency journey today at LCSPodcast.com.

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