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Today we are going to practice useful Spanish vocabulary related to flowers.
Hoy vamos a practicar vocabulario español útil relacionado con las flores.

Use the player below to listen to and repeat the pronunciation of the words in Spanish:

Flowers Las Flores

carnation – un clavel
chrysanthemum – un crisantemo
cornflower – un aciano
daffodil – un narciso
dahlia – una dalia
daisy – una margarita
delphinium – un delfinio
foxglove – una dedalera, una flor de digital
freesia – una fresia
fuchsia – una fucsia
gardenia – una gardenia
geranium – un geranio
gladiolus – un gladiolo
heather – brezo
hollyhock – una malvarrosa
honeysuckle – madreselva
hyacinth – un Jacinto
iris – un iris
jasmine – un jazmín
lavender – lavanda
lily – un lirio
lily-of-the-valley – un lirio de los valles
magnolia – una magnolia
marigold – una caléndula
nasturtium – una capuchina
orchid – una orquídea
pansy – un pensamiento
poppy – una amapola
primula – una prímula, una primavera
rose – una rosa
snapdragon – un dragón, una boca de dragón
snowdrop – una campanilla de invierno
sunflower – un girasol
sweet pea – un guisante de olor
tulip – un tulipán
violet – una violeta
wall flower – un alhelí
wisteria – una glicina

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