My name is Jennifer.

Me llamo Jennifer.

I am 27 years old.

Tengo veintisiete años.

I am English.

Soy inglés/inglesa.

I live in London.

Vivo en Londres.

I have two sisters.

Tengo dos hermanas.

I do not have a brother.

No tengo hermano.

She is older than me.

Tiene más años que yo.

Her name is Rebecca.

Se llama Rebecca.

She is 31 years old.

Tiene treinta y uno años.

I would like to be a doctor.

Quiero ser médico.

My birthday is January 8th.

Mi cumpleaños es el ocho de enero.

I was born in 1969.

Nací en mil novecientos sesenta y nueve.

My father is a policeman.

Mi padre es guardia.

My mother died last year.

Mi madre ha muerto el año pasado.


How do you do? / Nice to meet you.

¡Tanto gusto!

Welcome to New York.

Bienvenido a Nueva York.

May I introduce my secretary.

Permítame presentarle a mi secretario.

This is my father.

Quiero presentarle a mi padre.

How are you?

¿Cómo se va?

I'm very well, thank you.

Muy bien, gracias.

Make yourself at home.

¡Estás en vuestra casa!

What is your name?

¿Cómo se llama?

How old are you?

¿Cuántos años tenéis?

Where are you from?

¿De dónde venéis?

Where do you live?

¿Dónde vivéis?

What is your address?

¿Cuál es vuestro dirección?

What is your telephone number?

¿Cuál es vuestro número de teléfono?

Is this your first visit to the USA?

¿Está vuestro primero viaje en los estados unidos?

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