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Practice Pensar and Creer

Let’s get lots of practice with Pensar, Creer, and everything else we’ve learned this week. Speak along out loud!

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Cree en ti mismo…

Intro: Join us on a rigorous, step-by-step journey to fluency. I’m Timothy and this is LearnCraft Spanish.

Let’s use a big quiz to practice Creer, Pensar, and everything else we’ve been learning this week.

I believe those goods are hers but you don’t believe that.

Creo que esos bienes son suyos pero tú no crees eso.

The weather is very good today, we can be near the clear water.

Hace buen tiempo hoy, podemos estar cerca del agua clara.

He was the fastest boy, that’s why he was always the first.

Él era el chico más rápido, por eso siempre era el primero.

Last week I thought a lot about that and I think I’m ready(f).

La semana pasada pensé mucho en eso y creo que estoy lista.

He thinks the things are very low.

Cree que las cosas están muy bajas.

She says she’s shorter, but I think they are the same.

Ella dice que es más baja, pero creo que son iguales.

It’s not fair, believe in yourself!

No es justo, ¡cree en ti mismo!

I have to believe they didn’t have the weapon.

Tengo que creer que ellos no tenían el arma.

Those things are very high, can you give them to me?

Esas cosas están muy altas, ¿me las puedes dar?

He’s going to think about that for a long time.

Él va a pensar en eso por mucho tiempo.

Will you tell it to him over the phone?

¿Se lo dirás por teléfono?

This dog is taller than that one.

Este perro es más alto que ese.

He is thinking about those things because he saw a lot of fire in that place.

Está pensando en esas cosas porque vio mucho fuego en ese lugar.

You can’t be in bed all day if you want a coffee.

No puedes estar en la cama todo el día si quieres un café.

Do you think about what happened? I think a lot about that.

¿Piensas en lo que pasó? Yo pienso mucho en eso.

He always thinks about his sister.

Siempre piensa en su hermana.

Think! Don’t you know where you left it? I thought you knew.

¡Piensa! ¿No sabes dónde lo dejaste? Creí que sabías.

I thought about him and he thought about me.

Yo pensaba en él y él pensaba en mí.

Do you(all) believe in those things? Before I used to believe they were true.

¿Creen en esas cosas? Antes yo creía que eran verdad.

Anyways, she believed he had already thought about that.

De todas formas, ella creía que él ya había pensado en eso.

Believe me! You have to believe it, it’s the truth.

¡Créeme! Tienes que creerlo, es la verdad.

We think that what he did isn't right.

Creemos que lo que hizo no está bien.

She told it to us and now we’re thinking about those things.

Nos lo dijo y ahora pensamos en esas cosas.

We left late and we thought about that.

Nos fuimos tarde y pensamos en eso.

We want the woman to think that everything is fine.

Queremos que la mujer crea que todo está bien.

Don't think about that! If you do it, you are going to have problems.

¡No pienses en eso! Si lo haces, vas a tener problemas.

They want me to believe what they’re telling me, but I know it’s not the truth.

Quieren que crea lo que me están diciendo, pero sé que no es la verdad.

We want you to think about what she told you yesterday.

Queremos que pienses en lo que ella te dijo ayer.

Don’t believe him! You know he thought about that.

¡No le creas! Sabes que pensó en eso.

We are going to do it so that you believe in us.

Lo vamos a hacer para que creas en nosotros.

They want me to think about what happened tonight.

Quieren que piense en lo que pasó esta noche.

(formal) Think! Don’t you know where they are?

¡Piense! ¿No sabe dónde están?

Your friend didn’t believe you.

Tu amigo no te creyó.

I know you thought about that yesterday.

Sé que pensaste en eso ayer.

Think about it! I also have to think about it.

¡Piénsalo! Yo también tengo que pensarlo.

We’re going to do it when the family thinks about what we told them.

Lo haremos cuando la familia piense en lo que les dijimos.

I know you were thinking about her because she hasn’t believed you.

Sé que pensabas en ella porque no te ha creído.

Think about what you(all) did!

¡Piensen en lo que hicieron!

We don't want them to think we don’t want to go with them.

No queremos que piensen que no queremos ir con ellos.

For more practice with any of this, feel free to dig deeper at LCSPodcast.com/120.

Next week, we’ll learn the verbs for “live”, “need”, and “look”, as well as some new numbers.

This show is brought to you by LearnCraftSpanish.com. The Spanish voice in this episode was our coach Ximena Lama-Rondón. 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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