that's english modulo 5 unit 9-5

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  1. siempre que algo le viene a la cabeza nunca espera hasta el lunes

    le pasa por la cabeza
    Any time something comes into his head. Never waits till Monday,
  2. sabes que? olvidado
    You know what? Forget it.
  3. de veras?
    Is it really?
  4. increible
    • amazing /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/
    • amazing bed
  5. sera una reunión familiar
    it'll be a family get-together. Mum and Dad will be there. How about coming with Anna? 

    • Oh my God. How boring...
    • Shut up! It's our first baby!! That's not boring.
  6. ire solo
    I'll be alone. But yes, I'd love to.
  7. raise and wave
    the politician  (raise) his hand and  (wave) at the audience.
  8. palabrota taco
    swearword [ˈswɛəw3ːd]

    One man  shouted swearwords at him, but he just smiled and  nodded his head slightly at his security people.
  9. gritar
    shout [ʃaʊt]
  10. ser discreto
    (comportarse discretamente)
    behave discreetlyt

    is very important for politicians to  (behave) discreetly at all times, and to  (have) good manners.
  11. novia
    bride [braɪd] N novia 

    it is traditional for the bride's father to  make a speech and  welcome the newcomer into the family
  12. recien llegado
    newcomer [ˈnjuːˌkʌmər] N recién llegado
  13. novio
    groom [gruːm]

    I'm not going to say much, but I would like to invite everyone to stand,  raise a glass and toast the groom. To Max, my lovely daughter's new husband. Welcome to the family, son.'
  14. cuanto tiempo ha pasado?
    quince años?
    que haces?
    How long has it been? 15 years? What are you doing now?
  15. comprometerse con alguien
    get engaged to [sb]

    comprometerse con alguien

    she's so idiot for getting engaged to him.
  16. invitacion formal
    Hi. Um. Some friends of mine have just moved into a new house and I would like to invite you to come to the housewarming party with me tonight?

     Oh! That's a surprise! Yes, that would be great, thank you.
  17. invitacion informal
    Do you fancy going for a sandwich after work this evening?

     I'd love to, but I'm sorry I can't tonight. I'm going to the doctors right now.

     Ah, ok. Don't worry about it. See you tomorrow.
  18. invitacion formal
    Could I possibly ask you to come to the theatre with me this evening?

    Oh, I'd love to, really, but I'm afraid I have a family dinner. Perhaps another time?

    Well, how about going to the office Christmas party together?

    It would be a pleasure. I'd like that. Thank you.
  19. exclamaciones
    • .Oh my God!
    • (Puede expresar entusiasmo, emoción, ilusión, asombro, susto, asco o desprecio. Algunas personas consideran la expresión ofensiva)

    • Leave me alone!
    •  (Déjame en paz)

    • Come on!   Hurry up!  
    •  Let's go! (¡Vamos!)

    • Are you kidding me? (US)
    •  You must be joking! (UK) (¡Estás de broma!)

    Shut up!   Be quiet! (¡Cállate!)
  20. dar las gracias  formal
    Thank you so much.

    Thank you very much indeed.

    Thank you (so much) for ...

    I (really) must thank you for .
  21. dar las gracias    informal
    Thank you. 



    Thanks a lot! (Muchas gracias)

    Thanks a million. (Un millón de gracias)
  22. adjetivos
    • challenged /ˈtʃæləndʒd/
    • cute /kjuːt/
    • discreet /dɪˈskriːt/
    • dysfunctional /dɪsˈfʌŋkʃ(ə)nəl/
    • effusive /ɪˈfjuːsɪv/
    • embarrassed /ɪmˈbærəst/
    • engaged /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒd/
    • enthusiastic /ɪnˌθjuːzɪˈæstɪk
    • homeless /ˈhəʊmləs/
    • queer /kwɪə/
    • respectful /rɪˈspektfəl/
    • restricted /rɪˈstrɪktɪd/
    • unexpected /ˌʌnɪkˈspektɪd/
    • upset /ˌʌpˈset/
    • weird /wɪəd/
  23. sustantivos
    • argument /ˈɑː(r)ɡjʊmənt/
    • baby-shower /ˈbeɪbiˌʃaʊə(r)/
    • ban /bæn/
    • bride /braɪd/
    • butler /ˈbʌtlə(r)/
    • christening /ˈkrɪs(ə)nɪŋ/
    • collector /kəˈlektə(r)/
    • compliment /ˈkɒmplɪment/
    • course (in a meal) /kɔː(r)s/
    • dustman /ˈdʌs(t)mən/
    • engagement /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒmənt/
    • enthusiasm /ɪnˈθjuːzɪæzəm/
    • get-together /ˈɡettəˌɡeðə(r)/
    • gossip/ˈɡɒsɪp/
    • hand-shake /ˈhændʃeɪk/
    • homemaker /ˈhəʊmˌmeɪkə/
    • house warming /ˈhaʊsˌwɔː(r)mɪŋ/
    • inside /ɪnˈsaɪd/
    • manners /ˈmænə(r)z/
    • midget /ˈmɪdʒɪt/
    • newcomer /ˈnjuːˌkʌmə(r)/
    • opening /ˈəʊp(ə)nɪŋ/
    • outside /ˌaʊtˈsaɪd/
    • politeness /pəˈlaɪtnəs/
    • prejudice /ˈpredʒʊdɪs/
    • refuse /rɪˈfjuːz/
    • replacement /rɪˈpleɪsmənt/
    • retirement /rɪˈtaɪə(r)mənt/
    • sanitation /ˌsænɪˈteɪʃən/
    • swearword /ˈsweə(r)wɜː(r)d/
    • tip /tɪp/
    • toast /təʊst/
    • trader /ˈtreɪdə(r)/
    • tramp /træmp/
    • wedding /ˈwedɪŋ/
  24. verb
    • address /əˈdres/
    • behave /bɪˈheɪv/
    • clear up /ˈklɪərˈʌp/
    • compliment /ˈkɒmplɪment/
    • fancy /ˈfænsi/
    • frown /fraʊn/
    • hug /hʌɡ/
    • nod /nɒd/
    • show off /ˈʃəʊˈɒf/
    • wave /weɪv/
  25. presumir   jartarse fanfarronear
    show off

    • He's showing off to impress her. 
    • Se está jactando para impresionarla.
  26. aceptar una invitación a casa
    • then a British person or American invites you to their home, be careful how you accept the invitation. If you are speaking to a British person, a simple and polite
    • Oh, that would be lovely, thank you’ is enough, but with an American, enthusiasm is
    • essential. I recommend ‘That sounds like so much fun! I would love to come.’ 
  27. llevar el postre
  28. if you bring dessert to a British person’s house, don’t bring fruit. British people give fruit to people in hospital, so you may give the wrong message:
    You don’t look healthy, have some fruit.

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that's english modulo 5 unit 9-5
2016-01-24 10:18:51
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