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English Spanish Vocabulary – Flowers Las Flores Posted by on Apr 12, 2017 in Basic, Learning, Pronunciation, Spanish Vocabulary

Build your repertoire of Spanish words little by little by tuning in to these biweekly posts on English-Spanish vocabulary. You will find lots of really useful words on essential everyday topics, complete with audio mp3 recordings to help you with the Spanish pronunciation. Enjoy!

Today we are going to practice useful Spanish vocabulary related to flowers.
Hoy vamos a practicar vocabulario español útil relacionado con las flores.

Use the player below to listen to and repeat the pronunciation of the words in Spanish:

 

Flowers Las Flores

carnation – un clavel
chrysanthemum – un crisantemo
cornflower – un aciano
daffodil – un narciso
dahlia – una dalia
daisy – una margarita
delphinium – un delfinio
foxglove – una dedalera, una flor de digital
freesia – una fresia
fuchsia – una fucsia
gardenia – una gardenia
geranium – un geranio
gladiolus – un gladiolo
heather – brezo
hollyhock – una malvarrosa
honeysuckle – madreselva
hyacinth – un Jacinto
iris – un iris
jasmine – un jazmín
lavender – lavanda
lily – un lirio
lily-of-the-valley – un lirio de los valles
magnolia – una magnolia
marigold – una caléndula
nasturtium – una capuchina
orchid – una orquídea
pansy – un pensamiento
poppy – una amapola
primula – una prímula, una primavera
rose – una rosa
snapdragon – un dragón, una boca de dragón
snowdrop – una campanilla de invierno
sunflower – un girasol
sweet pea – un guisante de olor
tulip – un tulipán
violet – una violeta
wall flower – un alhelí
wisteria – una glicina

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About the Author:Laura

I am from Bilbao in northern Spain. I qualified as a Spanish Language Teacher in 2004. I have taught Spanish in England and Spain and now really enjoy teaching the Spanish Language via my website The Spanish Blog to students from all around the world. I love my job and the intricacies of the Spanish Language. My main personal interests are music, reading and cooking. I studied music for twelve years in Bilbao and I play the piano. I also enjoy singing and I try my best to sing more in English now. I hope very much that you enjoy my posts and welcome any comments.


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