Kari and her mom went for a hike in the woods. They followed a path along a creek. As they walked, Kari heard a noise in the bushes. She grabbed Mom’s hand and said, “Tengo miedo.”
“It’s OK,” Mom said. “Look over there.”
Kari smiled as she watched a deer leaping through the brush.
Mom found a good spot for their picnic. Kari helped take out the sandwiches, juice, and apples from Mom's backpack.
"Are you hungry?" asked Mom.
Kari nodded. “Sí, tengo hambre.”
After a while, a cool wind blew. Kari shivered and said, “Tengo frío.”
Mom gave her a sweater to put on. "Is that better?" she asked.
Kari said, “Sí, mucho mejor.”
On the way back, Kari saw the deer eating grass. She said, “El venado tiene hambre.”
“Yes, he is hungry,” said Mom. “He has a picnic in the woods every day.”
Sí, tengo hambre.
see TEHN-goh AHM-breh
Yes, I’m hungry.
El venado tiene hambre.
ehl beh-NAH-doh teeEH-neh AHM-breh
The deer is hungry.