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Zombie apocalypse vocabulary in Spanish

Berges Institute • Dec 7, 2022 • 1 minute
Updated Jun 30, 2023
Zombie apocalypse vocabulary in Spanish
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Here's a classic vocab list. It may seem silly, but some of these words may turn out to be extremely helpful should the zombie apocalypse strike.

El Apocalipsis Zombi: vocabulario básico

El zombi – the zombie

El refugio – the refuge / the shelter

La plaga – the plague / the infestation

La infección – the infection

La civilización – civilization

La humanidad – humanity

Esconderse – to hide

Agua potable – drinking water

El generador eléctrico – the generator

Morder – to bite

Correr – to run

Acercarse – to get closer

Cuarentena – quarantine

El walkie talkie – the walkie talkie

La frecuencia de radio – the radio frequency

Comer cerebros – to eat brains

Also, here's zombie resistance member Dan broadcasting the conjugation and uses of tener, ir, and hacer in the present tense from the Forest Hills survivor camp:

Lastly, here are seven cult zombie movies in Spanish:

REC (2007, Jaume Balagueró & Paco Plaza)

REC 2 (2009, Jaume Balagueró & Paco Plaza)

REC 3: Génesis (2012, Jaume Balagueró & Paco Plaza)

REC 4: Apocalipsis (2014, Jaume Balagueró)

Cementerio del terror (1985, Rubén Galindo Jr.)

El ataque de los muertos sin ojos (1973, Amando de Ossorio)

Apocalypze (2011, Fernando Chávez)

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