Spanish Lesson Covering the Names of Different Stores and Shops in Spanish

In today’s Spanish lesson, you will learn Spanish vocabulary for the names of different stores and businesses in a typical neighborhood. To find out the names of shops and stores, we are going to imagine a conversation between a new student in the neighborhood and her roommate.

Hello Guido, do you like the area? (Hello Guido, do you like the area?)

Yes, of course, but I still don’t know much. Where can I buy milk and eggs? (Yeah sure, but I don’t know much about it yet. Where can I buy milk and eggs?)

Well, you can find that kind of basic stuff in the store on the other block, or in the Supermarket that is on the avenue. Eggs can also be bought at the Farm, which is on Güemes Street, on the corner of Medrano; there they also sell chicken, cheese and other typical farm items. It is a red place, which has a fishmonger next to it, with very good, cheap prices. (Well, you can find that kind of basic stuff at the store on the next block or at the supermarket on the avenue. Eggs can also be bought at the farm store, which is on Calle Güemes corner Medrano, there they also sell chicken, cheese and other common foods from the farms, it is a local store, which is next to a fishmonger, with very good and cheap prices.)

Ah, very good, I want milk and eggs to prepare a white sauce, because I want to cook pasta. So I better go to the supermarket and buy pasta. (Oh, very good, I want milk and eggs to make a white sauce, because I want to cook pasta. So you better go to the supermarket and buy pasta.)

The pastas are richer homemade. On the corner there is a Rotisserie. I love the ricotta walnut ravioli from there. And opposite, in the Bakery, they sell delicious bread that will come in handy with the sauce. (The homemade pastas are tastier. There’s a delicatessen on the corner. I love the ricotta and walnut ravioli there. And across the street, at the Bakery, they sell delicious bread that goes well with the sauce.)

So in this neighborhood there is everything. Although last night I had a craving for a soda and couldn’t find a 24-hour kiosk. (In other words, this neighborhood has everything. Although last night I felt like a soda and I couldn’t find a kiosk open 24 hours a day.)

Yes, it is difficult, you can find a kiosk open after 10 at night about 8 blocks away. It is better to go to the Pharmacy, on the avenue there is a very large Pharmacy, where in addition to medicines and toiletries, they sell soft drinks, chocolates and sweets. It is always open. The only hard thing to find around here is a hardware store, so when something breaks in the house, I buy nails, screws or plugs near my work. (Yes, it is difficult, you can find a kiosk open after 10 at night about 8 blocks away. It is better to go to the pharmacy, on the avenue there is a large pharmacy, where in addition to medicines and toiletries, they sell soft drinks , chocolates and sweets and it’s always open, the only hard thing to find around here is a hardware store, so when something breaks in the house, I buy nails, screws or plugs near my work.)

Still, it’s a very nice neighborhood. There is a Bar and some Cafes nearby. And the people are nice. Today I didn’t have any change and the girl from the Greengrocer’s and Greengrocer’s gave me the oranges for free. Maybe I should invite her to the ice cream parlor for an ice cream, she’s also very pretty. (Still, it’s a very nice neighborhood. There’s a bar and some cafes nearby. And the people are friendly. I had no change today and the girl from the fruit and vegetable store gave me free oranges. Maybe I should treat her to the ice cream parlor to have an ice cream, she is also very nice.)

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