Frases en el Parque / Phrases in the playground [ Inglés/ Spanish ]

El reto bilingüe en casa consiste en integrar el idioma minoritario como parte de nuestra rutina diaria, A continuación veran las principales frases que se usan con lo niños cuando uno los lleva al parque, te invitamos a escuchar la pronunciación correcta en inglés  y español, en nuestro siguiente video con nuestra invitada Aileen de MamaLingua.

Español Inglés
¿Quieres subirte al columpio? Do you want to go on the swing?
Súbete tu solo al columpio Get on the swing on your own / by yourself
deslizate por el resbaladero/resbaladilla Slide down the slide
¿Necesitas ayuda? Do you need help?
¿Me empujas? Can you push me?
¿Quieres hacerlo otro vez? Do you want to do it again?
Es hora de irnos it’s time to go
¿Quieres ir al parque? Do you want to go to the park?
quiero ir al parque I want to go to the park
ven conmigo al parque Come with me to the park
sube por las escaleras para el resbaladero Use the steps to go on the slide
mucho cuidado Be careful
camina no corras Walk don’t run
¿Puedes columpiarte? Can you swing on your own?
¿Puedes mantener el equilibrio? Can you balance?
¿Puedes escalar? Can you climb?
¿Que quieres construir o hacer? What do you want to build? what do you want to do?
Prestale la pala a tu hermano Can you share your shovel with your brother?
hacemos un castillo en la arena Let’s build a sand castle
no avientes arena, te puede caer en los ojos Don’t throw the sand it can get in your eyes!
puedes lastimar a otros niños You can hurt other kids
Espera tu turno Wait your turn
Sigues despues de tu hermano Go after your brother
Este juego es para niños pequeños, el de los grandes esta alla. This playground is for younger kids, the playground for older kids is over there
Cuelgate de las barras Hang from the monkey bars
Columpiate de lado a lado swing side to side
presentate con los otros niños Say hi to the other kids
Pide disculpas Say your sorry
Perdon por usar tu juguete, aqui tienes. Sorry for using your toy, here you go
Ese juguete no es tuyo, pideselo prestado That toy is not yours, ask if you can use it
¿Me prestas tu juguete? Can I borrow this toy?
te caiste, fue un accidente, arriba! Did you fall? it was an accident….get up!
No se peleen, usen sus palabras Don’t fight, use your words
Lo hiciste a proposito / adrede Did you do it on purpose?



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