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SA Project - Viajante



Most signs used in South American roads are internationally known and easy to understand. The other signs with words and phrases can be considered family to be in Spanish: 
Customs: Aduana
Police: Alcabala
Stop: Alto
Oil: Aceite
Drop in the streets: Baches
Gasoline: Bencina
Street: Calle
Truck: Camión
Tent: Carpa
Road: Carretera
Rail: Carril
Hit my car! : !Choqué mi coche!
Car: Coche/Auto
Give way: Concede
Lower the headlight when crossing a vehicle in the opposite direction: Concede las luzes
Dangerous bend: Curva peligrosa
Landslide: Derrumbamiento
Slowly: Despacio
Where can I fill the tire? : ?Donde puedo poner aire en los neumáticos?
Axis: Eje
The car flipped:  El coche se volcó
School: Escuela
Parking: Estacionamiento - Parqueadero - Aparcamiento
Fuel Station: Estación de servício - Grifo - Gasolinera
Train: Ferrocarril
Motor with brake (gear): Frene con motor
Gal: Galon
Car jack: Gato
Tire: Gomeria - Vulcanizador
Rim of the wheels of the car: Llanta
Fill, please: Llena, por favor
Migration: Migración
Tire: Neumático
Toll: Peaje
Pedestrians: Peatones
Danger of death: Peligro de muerte
Uphill: Pendientes
Weighing: Pesaje
Flat tire: Pincho el neumático
Give the arrow (left / right): Prender los intermitentes
Gateway: Puente angosto
Trailer: Remolque
Spare part: Repuesto
Type of flooring (small stones): Rípio
Bumps: Romperville
Roundabout: Rotonda
Slippery surface: Superficie resbalosa
Mechanical workshop: Taller
One way: Una via
Glass: Vidrio


Neighborhood: Barrio 
Butcher: Carniceria 
Journal: Diário
Bakery: Panaderia 
Hairdresser: Peluqueria 
Newsstand: Quiosco 
Store: Tienda


A good education is and should always be part of daily life, particularly when traveling to other countries and experiencing different cultures and customs. Be considerate and polite to people can be a good opportunity for new friendships. Here are some basic phrases most used in day-to-day: 
Hi, how are you? : Hola,  cómo estás? 
Good day! : Buenos dias! 
Good afternoon! : Buenas tardes! 
Good night! Buena noches! 
Thank you very much! : Muchas gracias! 
Excuse: Con permiso 
Very pleased: Mucho gusto


Sugar: Azucar 
Lunch: Almuerzo 
Pork: Cerdo
Dinner: Cena
Cutlery: Cubiertos 
Spoon: Cuchara 
Knife: Cuchilo 
Dessert: Dulce 
Peach: Durazno 
Breakfast: Desayuno 
Strawberry: Fresa / Frutilla 
Coolant: Gaseosa 
Hunger: Hambre 
Ice Cream / Sorbet: Helado 
Ice: Hielo 
Ham: Jamon 
Juice: Jugo 
Milk: Leche 
Loin Lomo 
Mace: Manzana 
Butter: Mantequilla 
Jelly: Mermelada 
Bread: Pan 
Potato: Papa 
Breast (chicken): Pechuga 
Fish: Pescado 
Pineapple: Piña 
Banana: Plátano
Chicken: Pollo 
Dessert: Postre 
Cheese: Queso 
Cattle: Res 
Sauce: Salsa 
Headquarters: Sed 
Napkin: Servilleta 
Tea: Té 
Fork: Tenedor


The language may be familiar, but there are times when knowing how to communicate can ease the problems: 
It has room for single? :  ?Hay habitación sensilla?
It has room for a couple? : ?Hay habitación doble?
How much: ?Cuanto cuesta?
The bathroom is private or public? : ?El banõ és privado o compartido?
It has hot water? : ?Hay água caliente?
May I see a room? : ?Puedo ver la habitación (pieza)?
What time do serve breakfast? :  ?A que hora sirven el desayuno?
The breakfast is included? : ?El desayuno esta incluso?
You can call me at ... (hours): ?Puedes llamarme a las…?
You can turn on the heater? : ?Puedes prender la calefación?
You can turn on the light: Puedes prender la luz?
Where have an outlet? : ?Donde hay un enchufe?
Has sheet, blanket, pillow, pillowcase? : ?Hay sábana, frazada, almohada, funda?
I have to leave the key? : ?Yo tengo que echar la llave?
Husband and wife: Matrimonio
Couple: Pareja


It is always useful to know how to communicate in case of need to request any information for what you want to accomplish: 
How do I get to ...? :  ?Cómo hago para llegar en...?
Where can I take a bus? : ?Donde puedo coger un bus?
Where is the meter? : ?Donde hay un metro/sub?
Buses to ...? : ?Hay bus para…?
Where can I change money? : ?Donde puedo cambiar dinero?
Where he has a house exchange? : ?Donde hay una casa de cambio?
How much is the dollar? : ?A cuanto está el dolar?
How do I make a collect call? : ?Como hago para hacer una llamada de cobro revertido?

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