Palabras en Inglés con N

Aprender nuevas palabras siempre será una necesidad cuando se trata de estudiar un nuevo idioma. El vocabulario es una parte importante del aprendizaje de otra lengua y es por esto que hacer listas de palabras es tan importante. En esta oportunidad tenemos para ti este grupo de palabras en inglés con N.

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    Una manera efectiva de aprender vocabulario es hacer listas de palabras e ir estudiando su significado y uso correcto dentro de una oración. Aquí te mostramos 46 palabras en inglés con N que puedes ir estudiando.

    1. Nail – Uña / Clavo

    • She started moving the couch and then she broke a nail. It was very painful
    • David was fixing the wall but he realize he was missing just one more nail to finish the job

    2. Naïve – Ingenio / a

    • Linda is so naïve that it´s easy to surprise her on her birthday
    • You are being too naïve if you think men can change

    3. Naked – Desnudo / a

    • Sarah was still naked when he knocked on the door
    • He said he wanted to tell me the naked truth about his affair

    4. Name – Nombre

    • I can´t remember the name of the doctor
    • What is your name?

    5. Nanny – Niñera

    • Jillian started working as a nanny part time this summer
    • We had to call a nanny to be able to go see my dad at the hospital

    6. Narrow – Estrecho

    • This hallway is too narrow for the two of us to walk at a time
    • There is a narrow window of time to do everything on your list today

    7. Near – Cerca

    • His house is near the rail lines so there is too much noise
    • My son wants to have near all the time

    8. Necessary – Necesario

    • It is necessary to find an alternative energy source
    • Kyla wants to change her car. I don´t see It necessary

    9. Need – Necesitar

    • We don´t need to worry about Lucas. He´s doing fine at college
    • Lyla needs to find a better place to live

    10. Negative – Negativo

    • Jackson is being a negate role model for his siblings
    • The test was negative again. We´ll keep trying next year

    11. Negligent – Negligente

    • Your company was very negligent in the way they treated this case
    • They said she was a negligent mother so they took her kids

    12. Neighbor – Vecino

    • We have a new neighbor in our street. He seems to be very nice
    • Tonya was having an affair with her next door neighbor

    13. Neither – Ninguno

    • Neither one of us wanted to say sorry
    • We both drank so neither one of us could drive that night

    14. Nervous – Nervioso / a

    • I always get nervous when I have to go to the dentist
    • She has always being a nervous girls

    15. Never – Nunca

    • She could never do that. She is a good girl
    • We never thought in a million years we would have twins

    16. News – Noticias

    • Ron was watching the news while I cooked dinner
    • Have you heard the news? William and Carol are getting married

    17. Nice – Agradable

    • Vicky is such a nice little girl
    • He was so nice on our first date I had to give him my phone number

    18. Niece – Sobrina

    • Howard has a beautiful little niece called Bella
    • I wanted a niece but my sister is expecting another boy

    19. Night – Noche

    • Last night was the best night ever. Dillon proposed to me
    • At night, every seems bigger and scarier

    20. Nightmare – Pesadilla

    • Samuel had the most terrible nightmare last night
    • My car just wouldn´t start. It was a nightmare getting to work on time

    21. Noise – Ruido

    • The kids were making so much noise at their pajama party that I couldn´t sleep
    • I don´t like this house. The noise from the street is too much

    22. Nonsense – Disparate

    • Grandpa started talking nonsense just before he went to sleep
    • Do you really want to have a baby now? That´s nonsense

    23. Noon – Mediodía

    • I have to pick up Caleb from his father´s at noon
    • Noon came and went and didn´t eat at all that day

    24. North – Norte

    • There are strong winds blowing north
    • We have to drive up north to get to the lake

    25. Nose – Nariz

    • Andy doesn´t like his nose
    • When she was a baby, her nose was always a very funny pink color

    26. Nostalgic – Nostálgico

    • I always get nostalgic when I see my prom photos
    • He was very interesting; a bit nostalgic maybe

    27. Notebook – Cuaderno

    • Alicia kept a secret notebook; a kind of diary if you may
    • Charlie lost his math notebook yesterday at school

    28. Nothing – Nada

    • There is nothing I like about this tiny apartment
    • He said he knew nothing about the fight that day

    29. Notify – Notificar

    • The policeman came to notify they had found Melissa´s car
    • She said she would notify me by mail of my next appointment

    30. Notion – Noción

    • Andrew has no notion of how to use a drill
    • We had a notion that it was going to be bad news

    31. Notorious – Notorio

    • Mr. Ramsey is such a notorious character in our town
    • It was very notorious that she wanted to leave

    32. Now – Ahora

    • Alexa I need you to come home now
    • Now he thinks he can do wherever he wants without asking for permission

    33. Nowhere – En ninguna parte

    • The cat was nowhere to be found
    • Our car broke down in the middle of nowhere

    34. Numb – Entumecido

    • It is so cold that my fingers are getting numb
    • She was trying to numb the pain but it was impossible so we took her to the ER

    35. Numerous – Numeroso

    • We made numerous attempts but at the end it was impossible
    • They have met on numerous occasions so a date was the next step

    36. Nurse – Enfermera / o

    • Andrea is studying to become a nurse
    • My mom needed care so we hired a private nurse

    37. Nutrition – Nutrición

    • Kids need a balanced nutrition to grow up strong and healthy
    • Their nutrition was based in fish and rice only

    38. Neat – Ordenado

    • Danny likes keeping his house very neat
    • My roommate has a neat and beautiful handwriting

    39. Necklace – Collar

    • Ashton gave me a beautiful diamond necklace for our anniversary
    • She was going crazy because she couldn´t find her mom´s necklace

    40. Neighborhood – Vecindario

    • Dustin doesn´t want to move. He loves this neighborhood
    • I grew up in very nice neighborhood

    41. Nephew – Sobrino

    • My nephew Matt is a fantastic piano player
    • He practically raised his nephew as his own son

    42. Network – Red

    • Those guys had a criminal network working from their house
    • I have a very supportive family network

    43. Nickname – Apodo

    • I never had a nickname growing up
    • He is so tall that his nickname is Long Al

    44. Noble – Noble

    • Adrian is working for a very noble cause. To help kids out of the streets
    • We have to live an honest and noble life

    45. None – Ninguno

    • They had too many drinks so none of them should have been driving
    • None of us knows the answer to that question

    46. Nonstop – Sin parar

    • We danced nonstop last night
    • Tina was talking nonstop in class today

    Allí las tienes, 46 palabras en inglés con N que pueden ayudarte a aumentar tu vocabulario y aprender nuevas maneras de comunicarte. Al estudiar estas nuevas palabras, su significado y usos en las oraciones tendrás mejores herramientas para aprender este nuevo idioma de manera fácil y divertida.

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