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Signs everywhere

Corporate Spanish Trainer
34/365
sábado, 29 de abril de 2017


Signs
in Spanish – letreros
Keep your eyes open and notice signs that you see around town or on your travels

Review Post: 3/28

Have you seen any of these?

Posted on store fronts
Abierto
– open
Cerrado
– closed

 

Posted on the door
entrada – entrance
salida – exit

 

Posted on the door
jale – pull
empuje – push

 

On bathroom doors
Hombres – men
Mujeres – women


 

 

 


You might also see: 
On bathroom doors
Caballeros / Señores – Gentlemen / Mr
Damas / Señoritas – Ladies / Misses

 

At the airport
salidas – departures
llegadas – arrivals

 

At the Grocery store or other store (little yellow tents)
Cuidado piso mojado – careful, wet floor



Around town
No estacionar – No parking

 

In a shop or museum
No tocar – Don’t touch

 

Action Steps: Write and learn opposites from above. Write them in your special notebook. Begin a collection. Add other signs that you’ve seen on your travels.

Thank you so much for being here!
Feliz sábado, y  ¡Qué tenga muy buen resto de tu día!
Carolina


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