English to Spanish: Learn Family Words and Other People Words and Phrases in Spanish
Family (and people in general for that matter) are a very important part of life and as such, knowing the translations for such people words can be quite useful to those who are learning Spanish. This page can help your studies by providing you with the various English to Spanish translations for members of the family, plus the translations for other general people words and phrases.
This page includes several key translations including the family members: mother, father, sister, and brother, plus more general terms like: boy, girl, man, and woman To see the English to Spanish translations of these words and more, keep scrolling.
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Family and General People Words from English to Spanish
Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of family related English to Spanish translations are here to teach you family words in Spanish, so you can become fluent in Spanish!
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)
Family Words from English to Spanish:
- Family - La familia
- Friend - Amigo
- I - Yo
- Parents - Los padres
- Mother - La madre
- Mom - La mamá
- Father - El padre
- Dad - El papá
- Sister - La hermana
- Brother - El hermano
- Aunt - La tía
- Uncle - El tío
General People Words from English to Spanish:
- Baby - Bebé
- Girl - Chica
- Boy - Chico
- Twins - Gemelos
- Man - Hombre
- Woman - Mujer
- Children - Niños
Phrases Using Family and People Words Translated from English to Spanish:
- Can we be friends? - Podemos ser amigos?
- My mom is pretty - Mi mama es linda
- Small child - Niño pequeño
- Where is the mom? - Donde esta la mama?
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Requested Spanish Translations
Do you know how to speak Spanish? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of family and people words in English that people are looking to be translated into Spanish.
- Best friends
- Go my dear friend.
- I have a boyfriend.
- I love my friends.
- I love you daddy.
- I still want you to be my best friend.
- Like your mom's face.
- My friend
- Thank you for spending time today with me and I am glad that we are best of friends.
- You are my friend.
- You have a wonderful daughter.
- You're my best friend.
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