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Practice Seguir and Terminar

Let’s use a big spoken Spanish quiz to practice the verbs Seguir and Terminar, along with everything else we’ve learned this week!

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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 Terminar, Seguir, and everything else we’ve learned this week.

In this first example, to say “boyfriend and girlfriend”, you’ll simply use the term novios.

They will continue being boyfriend and girlfriend.

Seguirán siendo novios.

It’s incredible that she has continued.

Es increíble que haya seguido.

Don’t be silly(m), tell me when you finish this.

No seas tonto, dime cuando termines esto.

If her husband finishes the job, he might be free.

Si su marido termina el trabajo, puede estar libre.

(Formal) Follow me! I know where the black car is.

¡Sígame! Sé dónde está el auto negro.

We kept working until we had finished.

Seguimos trabajando hasta que habíamos terminado.

Did you finish talking about the white book?

¿Terminaste de hablar del libro blanco?

(Plural) Keep talking to him, he isn’t your enemy.

Sigan hablando con él, no es su enemigo.

If you keep saying that, people will think you’re a murderer.

Si sigues diciendo eso, la gente va a pensar que eres un asesino.

Please, finish your job so you can go to the game, it’s free.

Por favor, termina tu trabajo para que puedas ir al juego, es gratis.

I want you to continue with your help so that they finish.

Quiero que sigas con tu ayuda para que ellos terminen.

My aunt is following me.

Mi tía me está siguiendo.

My grandfather, my girlfriend, and I will continue talking.

Mi abuelo, mi novia y yo seguiremos hablando.

If they don’t finish this now I don’t want them to continue.

Si no terminan esto ahora no quiero que sigan.

She wants me to finish, so let’s continue.

Ella quiere que yo termine, entonces sigamos.

I followed a human and we ended up here.

Seguí a un humano y terminamos aquí.

(Formal) Keep talking to my grandmother, she is special.

Siga hablando con mi abuela, ella es especial.

We still continue here until she finishes the list.

Aún seguimos aquí hasta que ella termine la lista.

Don’t finish this! She will continue.

¡No termines esto! Ella seguirá.

You didn’t follow the steps and now you can’t finish.

No seguiste los pasos y ahora no puedes terminar.

They continue talking to me as if I were an idiot.

Me siguen hablando como si fuera un idiota.

You’ll continue with this until you see another animal.

Seguirás con esto hasta que veas a otro animal.

If I finish this now, maybe I won’t continue.

Si termino esto ahora, quizás no siga.

Follow me! I’ll finish the food soon.

¡Sígueme! Terminaré la comida pronto.

Keep working, but don’t keep talking.

Sigue trabajando, pero no sigas hablando.

I continue here and I’m sure(f) she’ll finish soon.

Sigo aquí y estoy segura de que ella terminará pronto.

(Plural) Follow me! I’ll continue on this path.

¡Síganme! Seguiré por este camino.

She wants us to finish so that she can continue.

Quiere que terminemos para que ella pueda seguir.

They finished the job, but they didn’t follow the steps.

Terminaron el trabajo, pero no siguieron los pasos.

My uncle doesn’t want us to continue living here.

Mi tío no quiere que sigamos viviendo aquí.

If she continues here when he continues with his job, it’ll be hard.

Si ella sigue aquí cuando él siga con su trabajo, será duro.

He finished his job before, but I also finished.

Él terminó su trabajo antes, pero yo también terminé.

For more practice with all of this, go to LCSPodcast.com/170.

Next week, we’ll learn several new verbs, including the verbs for “find” and “remember”, and we’ll also explore more colors, numbers, and nouns.

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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