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Units 31-32, (1:54 hours/min MP3, PDF included)

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UNIT 31
DIALOGUE When School Was Over For Ever

while = mientras, A while = un rato

ABEL

who - whom

Prepositions at the End of Sentences. En frases interrogativas que empiezan por: who - what - which - where... la preposición se pone generalmente al final de la frase.

ROBERT and MILLIE

forever = para siempre
forever and ever = para siempre, siempre

just as … = precisamente cuando
just as … as = tanto … como
Tom’s friends were just as glad as he was.

To raise= levantar, aumentar
To rise = salir (el sol, la luna), subir, aumentar (precios)

MILLIE

Also - Too - As well = también
To go out = salir. To ride out = salir (a pasear) en bicicleta, a caballo
To drive out = salir en coche

ROBERT and MILLIE

reason = razón, reasonable = razonable, unreasonable = irrazonable
The reason why = el porqué, el motivo

ABEL

All over = por todas partes

to speak - to talk
ABEL and MISTER WILSON

Verbs of perception = Verbos de percepción: to watch - to see - to notice - to listen to - to feel - to hear - to look at - to perceive - to smell - to observe, etc.

ABEL

only - alone - lonely
SULKINA

Phrasal Verbs, ABEL

Phrasal Verbs. Un “phrasal verb” es un verbo, que seguido de una preposición o de un adverbio, cambia su significado.

to wonder = preguntarse, maravillarse. I wonder why = Me pregunto por qué.
I wonder if = Me pregunto si

I wonder what - when - how - who, etc. No wonder. Small wonder. Little wonder = No es de extrañar.

ABEL and DEBRA
HUMAN BODY, cuerpo humano
CHOCOLATE CAKE
AN ORIGINAL COUPLE
EXERCISES
VOCABULARY


UNIT 32
DIALOGUE There Was Never a Noisier Child

Verbs and prepositions. Algunos verbos ingleses rigen una preposición diferente en español.

as far as

As far as I know = Que yo sepa
As far as I can remember = Que yo recuerde
As far as possible = En la medida de lo posible
As far as I’m concerned = Por lo que a mí respecta

ABEL and DEBRA

Double comparative

gradual increase or decrease = aumento o disminución gradual
It is getting colder and colder.

parallel increase or decrease = aumento o disminución paralela
The more I study, the more I learn.

From: Ivan Morrison Subject: Winter in Boston: Freezing Cold!

to let - to make. Cuando ‘to make’ significa ‘obligar’ le sigue un infinitivo sin ‘to’.
Robert made his neighbour apologize.

Cuando ‘to let’ significa ‘permitir’ le sigue un infinitivo sin ‘to’.
He doesn’t let him stay out past midnight.

‘Let’s’ se usa para introducir sugerencias u órdenes.
Let’s go to the park. = Vámonos al parque.

to let = alquilar

ABEL and IVAN
ABEL and DEBRA
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
A FOOLISH MOTHER
EXERCISES
THE PRINCESS and the BOY
VOCABULARY
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64 pages
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