¿Quiero una cosa que ….     I want something that…
¿Cómo es?     What is it like?

Es:  (bastante - quite,  Muy - very,  un poco - a little)
grande  big  
pequeño small
largo  long  
corto  short
redondo round  
cuadrado square
rectangular rectangular 
plano  flat
afilado  sharp  
curvado  curved
grueso  thick   
fino   thin/fine

Tiene: 
un agujero   a hole  
un cable   wire 
una pantall  a screen 
un botón   a button
un interruptor  a switch 
una ranura   a groove
una luz   a light 
un motor   an engine

Es de: 
Metal    metal   
madera  wood
Aluminio  aluminium  
papel    paper
cartón   cardboard  
algodón   cotton
plástico  plastic  
hierro   iron
oro     gold    
plata     silver  
cristal  glass   
tela    cloth
cerámica  ceramic  
cemento  cement
hormigón   concrete   
nylon    nylon

Es de color: 
Marrón  brown 
gris    grey
Dorado  golden 
plateado  silver
Metálico  metallic 
trasparente  transparent  

Se utiliza para: 
Cortar  to cut  
Cocinar  to cook
Limpiar  to clean
medir   to measure
arreglar   to mend, to tidy
jugar    to play
decorar  to decorate

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