October 25, 2020

World Week Night Jasmine (10-25-2020)

by Chompers

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Tonight Jasmine is back to teach us more Spanish!

Where to Listen


>> Rachel: Hey welcome back to Chompers your morning and night toothbrushing show. It's World Week and so we're talking to people from all over the world. today, We're talking to Jasmine. Jasmine normally does the interview. But today she's answering our questions about speaking Spanish. Start brushing on the top of your mouth.

3. 2 1 brush! 

Okay. Jasmine I want to know how you talk about families in Spanish. So who's in your family. 

>> Jasmine: I have three sisters. So you would say tres hermanas. Tres means 3 and hermanas means sisters.

>> Rachel: Tres hermanas.

>> Jasmine:  And I have a mom, mama. My mom. My dad, my papa. And my grandmother who is my abuela.

>> Rachel: Abuela.


>> Jasmine:  Exactly 

>> Rachel: Switch your brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush the molars and in the way back

So your grandmother is your abuela. Where does your abuela live? 

>> Jasmine: My abuela lives with my mommy and Papi in their casa, in their house. 

>> Rachel: Casa is house?


>> Jasmine: yes. 

>> Rachel: So a lot of families have pets in them. What would be the word for like a cat. 

>> Jasmine: Cat would be un gato.

>> Rachel: one Gato

>> Jasmine: yes one cat. 

>> Rachel: And what about a dog 

>> Jasmine: Un Perro 

>> Rachel: Un Perro.

>> Jasmine: Exactly 

>> Rachel: Switch you're rushing to the bottom of your mouth. Brush your front teeth too. 

>> Rachel: So how do you say toothbrush? 

>> Jasmine: Cepillo De Dientes

>> Rachel: Cepillo De Dientes.

>> Jasmine: yeah. Cepillo. 

>> Rachel: And how do you say toothpaste?


>> Jasmine: Pasta de dientes 

>> Rachel: So thats like paste of teeth?

>> Jasmine: Pasta de dientes

>> Rachel: And one of the words in there means teeth.

>> Jasmine: Yeah dientes is the word for teeth.  

Switch your brushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and brush your tongue too

>> Rachel: Let's say that I needed to go to the bathroom to brush my teeth. How would I say wheres the bathroom?

>> Jasmine: You would say Donde esta el bano. Donde is where, esta is is, and bano means bathroom. 

>> Rachel: Donde esta el bano. Well Jasmine thank you so much for letting us interview you!


>> Jasmine: Anytime. This is great. 

>> Rachel: Do you want to do a count down together so we can end the show?


>> Jasmine: Yeah let's do it.

>> Rachel & Jasmine:  Okay. 3, 2, 1 escupe!