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Welcome to this lesson! Today, we will be over over women's clothing.
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In the following scene, Lupe has just purchased a scooter and is extremely excited to ride on her new Vespa. Though she is concerned about looking cute in the warm weather, her father, Jorge, is more concerned with her safety. Listen to the scene first, then we'll go over it. See if you can figure out what's going on.
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¡Mire mi nueva Vespa! ¿Esta bien chula verdad?
Lupe
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Si. Me gusta el color. ¿Que ropa te vas a poner cuando la uses?
Jorge
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Me voy a poner unos vestidos largos, o una falda con tacones altos. Pero no se preocupe, papá. Me voy a poner una chaqueta de cuero para protegerme.
Lupe
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Estas loca. Ni blusa de dejo poner. Tienes que cubrirte completamente. Tienes que ponerte pantalones largos, botas largas y una chaqueta de cuero.
Jorge
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¡No se le olvide el casco!
Lupe
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Si, mija. Tienes que proteger tu cabeza linda.
Jorge
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Si, papi. Estaba burlando. Por supuesto tengo pantalones largos, botas, una chaqueta de cuero y un casco.
Lupe
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Que bueno. Maneja con cuidado.
Jorge
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Now we're going to break down each part. Feel free to replay any part you need in order to better understand the material.
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First, Lupe is excited to show her dad, Jorge, her new scooter. She exclaims:
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¡Mire mi nueva Vespa! ¿Esta bien chula verdad?
Lupe
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Mire simply means to look.
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You'll recall from previous lessons that nueva means new. This means that Vespa is scooter.
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Do you know what the fist sentence means?
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It means Look at my new scooter!
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Jorge likes the scooter, and asks a question. He says:
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Si. Me gusta el color. ¿Que ropa te vas a poner cuando la uses?
Jorge
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In the Survival Guide, we went over me gusta. It means "I like." Can you figure out what the rest of that sentence says?
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Yes. I love the color.
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The second sentence is a little trickier.
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¿Que ropa te vas a poner cuando la uses?
Jorge
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Let's break it down some. Ropa means clothes.
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From our lesson on questions, cuando means when.
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Poner means to put.
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From these clues, what do you think Jorge is asking Lupe?
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What clothes will you wear when you use it?
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Lupe tells Jorge what she plans to wear when riding her scooter. Keep an ear out for vocabulary words from the lesson.
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Me voy a poner unos vestidos largos, o una falda con tacones altos. Pero no se preocupe, papá. Me voy a poner una chaqueta de cuero para protegerme.
Lupe
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That's a long list! Before we go further, let's break down the beginning.
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Voy means to go, Me voy means I am going. Here, Lupe says Me voy a poner, which means I am going to wear. This means that anytime you hear Lupe say voy a poner, she is saying I am going to wear.
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In her list of what to wear, Lupe mentions words from our vocabulary list-- a long dress, high heels, and a leather jacket.
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Finally, no se preocupe means don't worry.
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When we put it all together, Lupe said: I'm going to put on a long dress, or a skirt with high heels. But do not worry, Dad. I'm putting on a leather jacket to protect me.
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Are those good things to wear on a scooter? Obviously not. Jorge tells Lupe that.
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Estas loca. Ni blusa de dejo poner. Tienes que cubrirte completamente. Tienes que ponerte pantalones largos, botas largas y una chaqueta de cuero.
Jorge
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First of all, estas loca simply means you're crazy.
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<Ni blusa de dejo poner translation>
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Remember that tienes means you have. Completamente is complete in the adverb form, which is completely.
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When we put this together, we understand that the second sentence means You have to cover yourself completely.
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With the vocabulary we've learned so far, you can see that the third sentence means "You have to wear long pants, large boots, and a leather jacket.
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Lupe understands, and replies:
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¡No se le olvide el casco!
Lupe
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Olvide means to forget. Casco means helmet.
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This means, "don't forget the helmet!"
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Jorge reminds Lupe why it's important to wear a helmet.
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Si, mija. Tienes que proteger tu cabeza linda.
Jorge
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Proteger means to protect. Cabeza means head. Also remember that, in Spanish, the adjective goes after the noun. Linda means beautiful, but it comes after cabeza.
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Jorge said, "Yes, daughter. You have to protect your beautiful head."
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Lupe responds:
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Si, papi. Estaba burlando. Por supuesto tengo pantalones largos, botas, una chaqueta de cuero y un casco.
Lupe
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Estaba is the past tense of I am. Burlando means kidding. Put together, it means "I was kidding"
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Por supesto means of course.
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Tengo is the yo (I) form of tienes. Lupe is saying that she has the appropriate attire.
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Put together, this all means: "Yes, dad. I was kidding. Of course I have long pants, boots, a leather jacket, and a helmet.
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Jorge is relieved.
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Que bueno. Maneja con cuidado.
Jorge
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Since bueno means good, que bueno means "That's good."
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Maneja means to drive.
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Put together, Jorge is saying That's good. Drive carefully.
Teacher
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