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Lesson 6 - Datos personales (Personal Information)
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Personal Information Dialogue

Dialogue Lesson

Key Vocabulary

The following is a list of key vocabulary that you will need to know to understand the lesson. Click on the word to hear the pronunciation.


Select the correct translation

1.   street      

2.   address      

3.   information      

4.   receptionist      

5.   a little      

6.   telephone number      

7.   finally      

8.   email      

9.   name      

10.   last name      



Listen to the dialogue and select True or False about the statements.

► Listen to the dialogue

1.   His last name is Aguilar.      True      False        

2.   He lives in New York.      True      False        

3.   His area code is 664.      True      False        



Now read the dialogue.

► Listen to the dialogue

  • RECEPCIONISTA - Necesito un poco de información, por favor. ¿Cuál es su nombre?
  • JUAN – Juan Aguilar.
  • RECEPCIONISTA – ¿Cómo se deletrea su apellido?
  • JUAN – A – G – U – I – L – A – R
  • RECEPCIONISTA – Gracias. ¿Y cuál es su dirección?
  • JUAN – Calle Primera #3281, Tijuana, Baja California 22600
  • RECEPCIONISTA – ¿Y su número de teléfono?
  • JUAN – (664) 532-3597
  • RECEPCIONISTA – Y finalmente necesito su dirección de correo electrónico.
  • JUAN – [email protected]
  • RECEPCIONISTA – Gracias.

1) The @ symbol is called "arroba" in Spanish. The dot (or period) in the email address is called "punto."
2) Sometimes in Spanish "cuál" is used where in English we would use "what." This is used with the personal information questions like those that you are practicing with in this lesson. "Qué" would be used to ask for a definition (like explaining what an address is), while "cuál" is asking for you to provide the information.



Dictations are great for practicing listening and spelling in Spanish. Click on "Listen" to hear the dictation of a sentence. The sentence will be read once quickly and then repeated slowly with pauses to write the words. Write the sentence in the textbox. Click on "Check" to check your answer. Don't forget to use correct capitalization, accents and punctuation, or the computer will mark it as incorrect.

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Lesson 6 - Datos personales (Personal Information)
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