English words to Spanish

You must Translate the English Words to spanish
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Last updated: August 23, 2013
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English Word
Spanish Word
Soccer
Fútbul
England
Inglaterra
Computer
Ordenador
Dog
Perro
Cat
Gato
Bird
Pájaro
Word
Palabra
English Word
Spanish Word
Coffee
Café
Paper
Papel
Pen
Escribir
Stallion
Semental
Horse
Caballo
Friend
Amigo
Enemy
Enemigo
English Word
Spanish Word
House
Casa
Garden
Jardín
Teacher
Profesor
Hospital
Hospital
College
Colegio
Police
Policía
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Level 71
Aug 23, 2013
I learned a few words, but I think in fairness you need to accept some alternative answers and get rid of the needlessly obscure ones. I have heard "Computadora" used, even though some people shy away from it because of the second and third syllables. I have never seen "Futbul"; I think you mean "Futbol." Your choice of "Escribir" is technically correct, but too cute by half: why not "Pocilga" for pigpen? "Pluma" would have been far more reasonable. And why not "Maestro" for teacher?
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Level 57
Aug 27, 2013
Never heard of "futbul"; I'm going to assume that's a typo and you meant futbol. I agree with the comment above mine, you ought to accept more answers. There are many ways to say some of these words, including "pen" and "computer," and some of these are more commonly used than the ones you have chosen.
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Level 34
Nov 27, 2013
Coming from a Spaniard, now living amongst Cubans and Mexicans... Never heard of "futbul"... it is futbol. Also, escribir is the verb "to write"... nouns for a pen vary but usually include Pluma in Spain, Boligrafo in Central America and Lapicero is scattered everywhere as well.
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Level 14
Oct 13, 2016
There is spelling mistake in 'futbul', it will be 'futbol' with accent mark on 'u'. 'Pluma' is also right answer in case of pen instead of 'escribir' because 'escribir' is a verb and not noun. It means ' to write'.