I really need help with my spanish homework

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I can't figure out what fits in the blank for number 1 and 9

Mañana hay una fiesta en mi casa. Todavía tengo muchas cosas que hacer. Primero voy a sacudir los __1__ y pasar la aspiradora sobre la __2__ de la sala. Luego tengo que colgar el __3__ que compré. En la cocina, voy a sacar las verduras del __4__ y cocinar la sopa en la __5__. Luego voy a lavar los platos en el __6__ y poner la ropa a secar en la __7__. Después de terminar, voy a leer un poco antes de dormir. Después de leer, voy a apagar la __8__ que está en la __9__ de noche.

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updated OCT 5, 2008
posted by YO-YO

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James Santiago said:

The rule here is NOT TO DO HOMEWORK FOR STUDENTS.I know that you (Gus and Guaito) were trying to help, but doing homework for the person does not help them learn, it only helps them get a good grade. The learning is much more valuable.

Ok, I agree with your comment.

updated OCT 5, 2008
posted by Guaito
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The rule here is NOT TO DO HOMEWORK FOR STUDENTS.

I know that you (Gus and Guaito) were trying to help, but doing homework for the person does not help them learn, it only helps them get a good grade. The learning is much more valuable.

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Mañana hay una fiesta en mi casa. Todavía tengo muchas cosas que hacer. Primero voy a sacudir los __manteles__ y pasar la aspiradora sobre la __alfombra__ de la sala. Luego tengo que colgar el __cuadro__ que compré. En la cocina, voy a sacar las verduras del __frigorífico__ y cocinar la sopa en la __cazuela__. Luego voy a lavar los platos en el __fregadero__ y poner la ropa a secar en la __terraza__. Después de terminar, voy a leer un poco antes de dormir. Después de leer, voy a apagar la __lámpara__ que está en la __mesilla__ de noche.

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by Guaito
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a pagar la luz que esta en la mesa de noche (table besides the bed)

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by 00769608
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Natasha said:

Guillermo said:

1 could be "cortinados""

Por supuesto, pero en una clase para principiantes, ¿no es más probable que sea muebles?


That's what immediately came to mind for me. Does that make me a "dubutante"'

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by samdie
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Guillermo said:

1 could be "cortinados""

Por supuesto, pero en una clase para principiantes, ¿no es más probable que sea muebles'

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by Natasha
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1 could be "cortinados""

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by 00e657d4
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Natasha said:

Are you saying it should be:

voy a apagar la luz que está en la luz de noche.

Not to give away the answer, but why in the world would luz need to be repeated? In English we just say, "turn out the nightlight."


More likely, "turn out the light/lamp that is on the night table/stand".

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by samdie
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Are you saying it should be:

voy a apagar la luz que está en la luz de noche.

Not to give away the answer, but why in the world would luz need to be repeated? In English we just say, "turn out the nightlight."

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by Natasha
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CalvoViejo said:

1: Alfombras (Carpets)

I don't know about number nine. The last sentence says

After reading, I am going to turn of the (8) light that is in the (9) ? of night.

Was this a matching quiz, or do you have to draw from the general vocabulary you've already studied?


CV you're not taking advantage of all the clues. The article (already supplied) for #1 is "los" and, besides, "alfombra" is obviously the answer to #2.

updated OCT 3, 2008
posted by samdie
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dude, ur totally awesome!
i don't know y i couldn't think of that!

James Santiago said:

You'll probably figure them out if I tell you that sacudir means "to dust" in addition to "to shake," and that 8 is a movable thing that sits on 9, which in English is two words, but in Spanish is 9+de+noche.

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updated OCT 2, 2008
posted by YO-YO
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1: Alfombras (Carpets)

I don't know about number nine. The last sentence says
After reading, I am going to turn of the (8) light that is in the (9) ? of night.

Was this a matching quiz, or do you have to draw from the general vocabulary you've already studied'

updated OCT 2, 2008
posted by CalvoViejo
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You'll probably figure them out if I tell you that sacudir means "to dust" in addition to "to shake," and that 8 is a movable thing that sits on 9, which in English is two words (night + 9), but in Spanish is 9+de+noche.

updated OCT 2, 2008
posted by 00bacfba