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Dora (and Diego) Says…

October 21, 2008

It’s happened to most of us with pre-school age kids. That darn Dora said something in Spanish,  your three-year-old picked up on it and is now saying it over and over and over again. And despite 5 years of Spanish between high school and college you cannot for the life of you figure it out. Well here is my little guide to help you decipher what it is Dora is saying {and sometimes Diego too}.

Dora Translation Guide

Hola ~ Hello
Come On vamanos ~ Come on let’s go!
Lo Hicimos ~ We did it!
Feliz cumpleaños ~ Happy Birthday!
Muy Bien ~ very good
Gracias ~ Thank you
Al rescate ~ to the rescue

Empujen ~ push
Para ~ stop
Abre ~ open
Salta ~ jump
Rapido ~ fast
Mueve te~ you move
Ayuda me~ Help me

La Lechuza~ owl
Bombero ~ firefighter
Mochila ~ Backpack
Fiesta ~ party
Fresa ~ Strawberry
Luna~ Moon
Estrella ~ star
Pelota ~ ball

Azul~ blue
Rojo~ red
Amarillo ~ yellow
Naranja ~ orange
Morado ~ purple

There are many, many, many more and I will add them as my mommy brain remembers them (or the Big One starts repeating them). This is just the list off the top of my head.

Please feel free to add yours in the comments. Or ask me if you need a translation, I’ll do my best to decipher it for you.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Karen permalink
    October 22, 2008 3:41 pm

    LOL! Thank you! some of those were actually quite helpful!

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