A - Z Same word (or almost the same) both languages
I often look for a translation of an English word, only to find that its almost, or even exactly the same in Spanish.
I think it would be helpful to know some of the easiest words to learn.
So lets make an A - Z game out it.
Normal rules, click on "newest", follow the alphabet.
Add both language versions, with any spelling variations, accents etc. ( estación for example. )
Add any further comments, or an example sentence, or a picture if you wish.
A acceptable. ¿Es este juego aceptable? Is this game acceptable?
Devorar: To Devour
Los leones devoraron una gacela.
The lions devoured a gazelle.
wombat = wombat
(la) laguna = lagoon
Estas lagunas hermosas están en la isla Oahu en el estado de Hawaii, EEUU.
These beautiful lagoons are on the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii, U. S. A.
Quinoa - Quinoa
Edit I have just learned from a very reliable source (wink) that the word is spelled "manifiesto" in Spanish. Moreover, it does not have the same general meaning in English, i.e., a public declaration of political principles and intentions. Instead, a political manifest would be best called "programa electoral" in Spanish.
(El) Limón ...... Lemon
L - láser - laser
Moderador -- moderator
I - inicial - initial
Creo que ya no estoy en el nivel inicial en español, gracias a SpanishDict.com.
I think that I'm no longer in the initial level of Spanish, thanks to SpanishDict.com.
mamá (madre) - mamma (mother)
Xenophobia - Xenófobo
Xenophobia is the uncontrollable fear of foreigners.  It comes from the Greek words ????? (xenos), meaning "stranger," "foreigner" and ????? (phobos), meaning "fear."
western=western (pertaining to the genre of movies by the same name.)
Mi lámpara de escritorio se rompió anoche. Tengo que comprar una nueva
My desk-lamp was broken last night. I need to buy a new one