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Deutschkurs.

Verbs:
Ich – e
Sie- en
Er/sie –t

Die Sprache: language


Die Muttersprache: native lenguaje
Auch: also
Ein bissche: un poco, a Little
Französisch.: French.
Natürlich: of course
Ihre: su/her femeni
Seine: su/his mascul
Heißen: llamas
Wohnen: vives
Lernen: aprendes
Gehen: go, walk.
Die Stadt, city
Liegt im Western von Deutschland, esta ubicado o situado.
Meine veste freundin/ mein bester Freun mi mejor amiga/amigo.

Wie heißen Sie? What is your name.


Woher…? Where your from
Wo…? Where
Welche Sprachen? Which languages?

Ich heiße Felipe und ich komme aus Santiago. Die Hauptstadt von Chile. Ich spreche
Spanisch und ich lerne Deutsch. Meine bester freund heißt Sebastian und der kommt aus
Hannover in Deutschland.

Hallo, ich heiße Felipe und komme aus Concepcion, Das liegt im Süden von Chile. Mein
bester freund heißt Sebastian, er wohnt in Hannover in Norden von Deutscheland.

Fertig: Ready.
Wohnen: vivo, live.
Gib mir: give mi
Sprache: idioma
Kommen: venir
Bitte buchstabieren Sie: Please Spell.
Ihr vorname/nachname: Your First name/Last name
Die Straße: the Street.
Mein Nachname ist Felipe und mein vorname ist montanares. Ich wohne in Santiago de
Chile. Die Straße, in der ich wohne Heißt Los Aguilera 220.

Sehen Sie sic han: Watch.


Der Finger: finger
Zählen: contar.
Laut: loud en voz alta.
Die Woche: The week
Montag: Monday
Dienstag: Tuesday
Mittwoch: Wednesday
Donnerstag: Thursday
Freitag: Friday
Samstag: Saturday
Sonntag: Sunday
Beginnen: to begin
Enden: to end.
Das Wochenende: the weekend.
Mein liebligstag: numero favorito
Mein Lieblingsfach: My favorite subject, tema o cosa
Ich mag: i like
Der Kirchenchor, Church choir
Die probe: ensayo
Die Kirche: church
Welcher tag ist heuter: What day is it today
Morgen: tomorrow
Gestern: yesterday
Kommt nach, comes after. Viene después
Mögen Sie (nich) gern: do you (not) like

Welcher tag ist heute? Heute is Sonntag, morgen ist Montag und Gestern war Samstag.
Nach Montag kommt Dienstag, Nach Mittwoch kommt Donnerstag. Nach Samstag kommt
Sonntag. Ich mag den Freitag und den Montag mag ich nicht so gern

Wie alt bist du? Wie alt sind Sie?: how old are you?
Was machst du/ Was machen Sie? What do you do?
Arbeiten: to work
Die Lehrerin: Teacher female
Studieren. To study. To go to University.
Noch: Still, todavía.
Wieder: again.

Ich heiße Felipe montanares und ich komme aus Chile. Santiago ist die Hauptstadt von
Chile. Meine Muttersprache ist Spanisch. Ich bin 25 Jahre alt. Ich studiere an der
universität. Mein Lieblingsfach ist Geschichte. Heute ist Montag, und gehe ich in die
Klassen. Gestern war Sonntag und habe ich studiere. Morgen is Dienstag un ich gehe zum
Strand.
Ein Interview mit Teresa:

Wie (how) or Woher (where), abd used the verb before the subject.

For example. Wie heißt du? Sprichst du Englisch?

Wie + verb + subjekt + compl.

Wie + Sprichst + du + Englisch

Woher Kommst du?


Welche Sprachen Sprichst du?
Hast du eine Liebingszahl?

Hallo
Wie heißen Sie?
Ich heiße Felipe Montanares.
Wie Buschtabiert man das
F-e-l-i-p-e und M-o-n-t-a-n-a-r-e-s
Wie kommen Sie?
Ich Komme aus Santiago.
Wie alt sie?
Ich bin 25 jahre alt.
Was machen sie?
Ich Studiere.
Ja, ich spreche Englisch.

Größte Bigges, largest


Leben: to live.
Die Menschen: People
Das Kreuz: Cross.
Der Verkäuder: salesperson
Der nachbar: vecinos.
Die Kellnerin: waitress
Wenn Sie auch student sind. Eres tamb estudiante
Die Schwiegermutter, mother in law.
Die geschäftskollegin.: empresario
Die Sie nicht gut kennen. Alguien que no te conoce.

In teh German nouns have a gramatical gender.

Masculine Der, den, dem or des


Feminine Die or der
Neuter Das, dem or des.

Formal and Informal.


Sie or Du.

Sie end whit en


Du end whit st.

Icch heiße Felipe Montanares, meinen namen Buchstabieren F-e-L-I-P-E, M-O-N-t-a-N-a-


r-e-s. ich komme aus Chile und ich wohne aus concepción. Ich studieren geschiste, mein
mutterspreche ist spanisch auber acht spreche englisch und ein bissche italiansch.

Lektion II.

Teil 1.

In der Nähe von: near.


Zu Hause: at home
Bei meinen Eltern: whit my parents.

Hallo, Ich bin felipe montanares und ich habe 25 jahe alt. Ich wohne in Granerosein kleiner
staatd un liegt in der Nähe von Santiago de Chile. Ich lebe noch zu hause bei meinen
eltern.

Manner und Frauen in der familia.

Der Vater: father


Die mutter: mother
Der Bruder: brother
Die Schwester sister.
Die Großmutter: grandmother
Der Großvater. Grand father
Das Kind. Child.

Großeltern: granparents.
Die Eltern: Parents
Die kínder: de kids. Der Bruder, Die schwester.

Die monate und die jahreszeiten (in mitteleuropa).

Januar
Februar:
März:
April
Mai
Juni
Juli
August
September
Oktober
november
Dezember

Der Frühling, spring


Der Sommer: Summer
Der Herbst fall
Der Winter , Winter.

Frühling? Das sind hier die monate: Oktober November,Dezember


Sommer? Das sin heir die monate: Januar, Februar, März
Herbst? Das sind heir die monate: April, mai Juni.
Winter Das sind hier die monate: Juli, August September.

Stammt aus: is from


Ist in … geboren.
Immer noch: still, todavía.
Lebt nicht mehr: is no longer alive
Ist schon tot: has already passed away
Ist verheiratet: is married:
Ist berufstätig: she/he Works.
Tochter: daugther
Genurtstag, birthday
Sohn: son
Hund: dog.
Der informatiker:
Die Journalistin.
Schon: already
Viele many, muchos
Jetzt now
Oft: often
Noch: still todavía
Die Geschwister, broder and sister.
Das kind: chld
Das mädchen girl
Der junge boy
Das Baby. Baby.

Sie sind: ellos son.

Das Genus der Nomen: Artikel und Personalpronomen.


Definitive Article;

Der/ein: Mann
Die/eine Femenine
Das/ein: Neuter.

Er, sie, es. 3° persona.

Poner ojo Ein es mann and neuter.

Berufstätig: trabajando.

Ich heiße Felipe montanares und ich bin in Oktober gebore. Mein váter kommt us Lautaro
und Meine Mutter stammt aus Graneros. Ich in ein Mann, acht ich habe Geschwister. Ich
studiere. Ich lebe allein,

Lektion 2, Teil 3
English UdeC Online.
Module II, Lesson II.
Who do you look like?
I take after my father.

What Color eyes do you have?


I has Brown eyes.

Do you wear Glasses?


Yes, i do. I wear glasses all te time.

Pick you up at the airport: te recoge del aeropuerto.

Ariel: Ge’s is tall, about 5,5. H has short dark Brown hair, and Green eyes, he has a very
inteligent

for setting him up on date: establecer una fecha.

Vocabulary Physical description.

He’s in her mid twenties, he’s is Slim and about my height, he’s has black hair, gray eyes
and wear glasses.
Body tipes:
Skinny:
Thin:
Médium build:
Slim:
Chubby:

How old are they?


Young, she is un Early Twenties.
Middled.age, he’s is in mid-fifties.
old. She is in late-seventies.

What do they look like?


Handsome
Good-looking.
How long is their hair.
Short hair
Shoulder-lenght hair
Long Hair.

Color Hair.
Black hair
Dark Brown Hair.
Blonde Hair

Styles:
Striaght hair.
Wavy hair
Curly Hair
In braids.
Ponytails.
Bangs.

Their faces.
Square
Round faces.
Oval face.

What shapes are their eyes.

Almond.

Types of noses.

Pointed noses
Snub nose
Broad.

Features:
Dimples
Freckles
Dimple on his chin.
Stubble
Mole
Pierced.
What do you think of web sites that arrange dates?

The past Simple.


Acción especifica
Para todos los verbos regulares es ed. Es para hablar sobre las acciones terminadas en el
pasado. Trata de explicar secuencias de cosas que suvedieron en el pasado.
For five years
}for five minutes
All day
All year.

Always,
Never
Usually
When i was younger

Vocal + y se mantiene
consonante + y se cambia la i y se agrega ed

Auxiliar did.

Bill did not hook us.


Did bill hook us up?

You took care of the baby


Did you take care of the baby?
You didn’t take care of the baby

Para el verbo To be, utilizamos el was o were.


I, He, She , It, Was.
We, You, They. Were.
Vocabulary:
Bitter: amargo,
Caring: bondadoso.
Carpet, alfombra
Cheerful: alegre.
Conceited: engreído
Embarrassed, avergonzada
Exit: salida
Fabric: tela
Faithful: fiel.
Frank: franco
Gang: pandilla
Grumpy: gruñon.
humble: humilde
Inexpensive: low cost.
Kind: amable.
Library: biblioteca
List: lista
Molest: atacar sexualmente.
Narrow-minded: mente estrecha.
Owe: Deber
Parents: padres
Pick: Recoger
Pretty: bonita.
Quit: parar.
Realice: darse cuenta
Relatives :parientes
Reliable: confianza
responsive: sensible.
Rest: descansar.
Rope: cordel
Shapes: Formas.
Straightforward: sencillo
Stubborn: ostinado
Support: apoyar
Terrific: fantastic.
Thoughtful: pensativo
Thoughtful: pensativo.
Truthful: veraz
Whit: Con
Wore: vistió
Expressions:
I hope so. Espero que si
I can’t wait, estoy emocionado, que falten las horas.
I owe you one: te debo una
Sounds hot: sounds great.
Have a great time: pásalo bien
Hook up.: enganchar.
Hit it off: caerse bien

- My best friend is Sebastian, he is a special person for me.

- He has twenty years old.

- He studies History in Concepcion.

- He is skinny and tall. He has blonde wavy hair, grey eyes and wears glasses. In your
faces has dimples and pierced earing.

- He is Cherfull, caring, and responsive, He is a sweet person, a very good friend; but
sometimes is a bossy, ironic and grumpy but he is a good man.
- see you every week
- Sebastian and me, let’s run 3 times a week.
- the weekends we go to the movies, to the beach, or we stay at home.
- See you later bye.
Vocabylary:
Neglected: Negligencia.
Behavior: comportamiento.
Mean: media
Sovereignty: soberanía
Asserting: afirmando.
Ehiter: ya sea.
Overriding: Primordial
Undertake: emprender.
Borrowings: prestamos
Steady: Stable,
scaffolding': andamio
understood.: comprendido.
Plenty: muchos.
Hurt: herido.
Finger Food: comer con dedos
Drop: hasta quedar sin energía.
Drawer: Cajon
Complain: cuando no quieres molestar.
Below: posicion baja
Cupboard: lugar para poner platos generalmente en la cosina.
Draw, abrir.
Envelope, sobre
Inside: adv, in.
On: sobre
Rack: marco para poner cosas,
Flow: flujo.
Turn off: apagar la luz.
Bookshelf: librero.
Borrow: pedir prestado.
Dirty: sucio
Folding: doblar para hacer mas pequeño
Mess: lugar desordenado.
Hang: (colgar) poner algo en un lugar fijo para que lo demás abao se mueva,
Laundry, ropa que necesita ser lavada.
Laundry basket, lugar para poner ropa sucia
putting something away: poner en un lugar usual
Tidying up: algo que necesita ser limpiado o colocar sus cosas en su lugar.
Follows: sigue.
Wastebasket: papelera
Guest room: A bedroom in a house where visitors can stay.
Kitchen: the room where prepare and cook food.
Dinig room: A room in the house where you eat our meals.
Bathroom, A room in a house where people can take a bath or shower and use the toilet.
Family Room: A room in a house where the family can relax, whatch televisión, play games, listen
to music, etc.
Master bedroom, The main bedroom in a house, often whit an en-suite bathroom.
Study: A rom in a house where you can work or study.
Dining room
China Cabinet. Lugar de la loza.
Dining table
Table Cloth.
Utility Room
Dryer: secadora
Whasing machine, lavadora.
Ironing board. Tabla de plancha.
Laundry basket,
Iron. Plancha
Table linen,mantelera
Table cloth.
Bath towel: toalla de baño
Face towel:
Hand towel:
Wash cloth.:
Sheets: sabanas.
Linen closet. Armario de ropa
Kitchen
Facet: llave de agua
Drain Board. Ligar de platos.
Fruit bascket.
Stove: cocina
Cookware: cajón
Cupboard. Alacena
Coffe maker
Microwabe.
Chinaware:
Trash can/ garbage can. Basurero
Dishwashing detergent.
Silverware drawer. Cajón de cucharas.
Electric kettle, hervidor.
Tong: pinzas.
Sieve: colador.
spatula
corkscrew: sacacorchos.
Wooden spoon.: cuchara madera
Ladle, cucharon.
Can opener.abrelatas.
Dishwasher.
Blender: jugera.
Oven, horno.
Papel towel holder.
Family Room.
Recliner armchair, sillón reclinable.
Magazine rack. revistero
Rocking chair. Silla mecedora.
painting
wall to wall carpet.
Wall uniti: unidad de muralla
Entrance Hall.
Coat rack, cuelga o guardarropa.
Writing pad.
Adress book.
phone book.
Garaje:
Storage Gabinet: gabinete de herramientas.
Tool box. Caja de herramientas
Study:
Wastebasket: papelero
Printer.
Computer: Desk
Armchair: silla de escrutorio
Bookshelf.
Sofa/Couch.
Side table. Mesa auxiliar o pequeñita.
Candle: vela.
Sofa
Cushion
Speaker: altavoz o parlante.
Stereo Gabinet.
Coffe table.
Center piece.
Ashtray: cenicero.
Lamp: lámpara
Plants.
Balance: lugar de las cortinas doselera.
Curtain: cortina
Guest room: visitas.
Childrens room:
Wall Calendar: calendario de muro.
Wall Shelf
Picture
Bookshlef
Chest of Drawer: cajonera
Toy box
Night table
Heater: calefacción
Bedside rug: alfombra de piso.
Bathroom:
Towel: toalla
Mirror
Vanitory: lavamanos
soap dish jabon
soap dispenser jabon liquido.
cologne
thootpaste
toilet paper
toilet
bath mat: alfombra de baño
robe Hook: cuelga toalla.
Shower curtain:
Bathtub: tina
Balconi
Plant Pot macetero
Table Set: set de mesa
Flower Box:
Master Bedroom:
Walk in Closet:
En-Suit en Bathroom
Trunk: maletero
Bed skirt: cubre colchón.
Matress: Colchon.
Sheet: Sabanas.
Blanket: cobija
Conforter: Plumon
Cushion: cojines
Pillow Almohada.
Jewerly Box: caja de joyas.
Framed Picture: foto enmarcada.
Frying pans: Sartenes.
Saucers: platillos
Saucepan: Ollas

At the door entrance,


Ring the bell,
Knock: the door

In the family room:


Turn Up the Stereo.
Turn Down the Stereo
Turn on the tv
Turn off the tv

In the Living room.

Roll the rug


Unroll the rug.

In the living room.

Light the candles


Blow out the candles.

Empty the Ashtray

In the Children’s bedroom

Fold the clothes.


Pick Up the toys.

In the master bedroom

Hang /hang up the shirts


Put away the books
Draw the curtains.
Turn on the lights
Turn off the lights.

In the bathroom

Turn on the faucet


Turn off the faucet
Flush the toilet

In the kitchen

Turn on the stove


Turn off the stove
In the hall
Pick up the phone
Hang up the phone

Personality traits, personalidad


Feeling and emotion: emociones.

Angry: enojado
Frightened: asustado
Moody: temperamental

Expression!

Make Sure… asegúrate de.

Make sure you invite mary and julia.


MAke sure you eat Pinaple and tomato.
Dance till you drop, bailar hasta caerse muerto.

We’ll dance till we drop. Hope So!

Got it! or Gotcha! = Entiendo.

The laundry goes to the laundry basket in tha bathroom. Got it!.

Make yourself at home


Make yourself at home! = Sientete como en tu casa.

Gramar!

The verb “To go”.

The verb “To go” can be used in a number of different ways.

-When used in connection to places, it is followed by the preposition “to”.


Cuando se buscan a conectar lugares tenemos que usar el To go.

Bill doesn’t want to go to the concert.


Bill always goes to the U.S in the Summer.
I have to go to the dentist tomorrow.
I have to go to the concert tomorrow.
Ariel doesnt want to go to school.
Let’s go to the supermarket to get what we need right away.

-We also say go to sleep and the meaning is “to start to sleep”.
In “go to work” the word “work” refers to the place of work.

I went to bed Early las night, but i couldn’t go to sleep until very late.
OK then. I must hurry now. I have to go to work.

-in the expression “go home” no “to” is used. No se usa el to cuando se habla de casa.

See you tomorrow, i have to go home now.

-We use go+ V – ingfor many outdoor activities.


In the Winter we go skiing almost every weekend.
My father has a small boat and he often goes sailing. Present Simple, Go + es + Verb+ ing.
It’s a beautiful day to go swimming.

-We also say “go dancing” and “go shopping”

I need to go shopping for comfortable shoes because we’re going dancing tonight.

-We use “go” + the preposition on (meaning leave a place and do something different) in
expressions like:en el sentido de dejar un lugar y hacer algo diferente.

Go on holiday.
Go on a trip.
Go on an excursión.

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-We use “go” + the preposition “for” (meaning leave a place in order to engage in an activity) in
expressin like. Dejar un lugar para ir a hacer otra actividad

Go for a walk.
Go for a swim.
Go for a drive
Go for a Drink.
Go for a meal.

Resumen:
To go,
Para conectar lugares en una oración.
Comenzar a hacer algo.
Go home no tiene el to.
Actividades fuera de casa, Go + Verbo +ing
Los casos de Go dancing, y Go Shopping.
Go + on, en caso de dejar un lugar para hacer otras cosas en un periodo amplio.
Go + for, para dejar un lugar a ir a hacer una actividad.

Simple present, VS present continuous

The simple present “I do” is used to tlk about thing that are true in general.
The simple present tense i do is used to describe everyday activities. To express the idea tha an
action is usual or a habit , algo cotidiano o que es un habito.

The present continuous, “I am doing” is used for something thatis happening at or around the time
of speakink. The action is not finished. Algo que se menciona al momento de hablar

Remember tha we use the simple present also to talk about thigs that happen sometimes or all
the time.

Never Will Can, es invariable.

Could: podría
Trip: viaje
Order to engage: orden de participar.
Meaning: sentido.
We’re: fueron.
Almost: casi.
Until: hasta
Then: entonces
Must: debe
Hurry: prisa.

Quede en Grammar 5.

Last year, we celebrated bev’s birhday in this apartment. As this apartment is so small, we had to
move the furniture to make more roo for the guests. I rolled the rug and put it under my bed. We
took the coffee table and the bookshelf to Caro’s room. We the went to store to buy some food,
drinks and a cake. Our Friends brought in cushoon and sat on the floor. We had a very good time.
We sang, ate pizza, drank beer and soft drinks, and danced until 4 am, when some neighbors came
to complain were too thin and the music was too loud and said they would call the pólice if we
didn’t turn down the volumen. Then almost everyone left but they primised not to miss the next
party. So this year we are plainning to give another party to celebrate bevs birthday. We’re already
inviting some of oue closest frieds. Yesterday I called Julia and Bill. I am try to call Francisco, but I
didn’t find him because he is out of town until next week. I can’t to found Barbara’s pone number,
so I.ii ask Beverly to call her. Barbara’s a lot of fun. I hope to have a great time again and dance till
we drop.

Present Perfec Tense

Make sure yoy invite Mary and Julia.


They have been so good to us.

The present perfect is formed by have/has + past participle.

He-She-it: Has
I-You-We-They: Have.
I have: I’ve
You have= You’ve
He has = He’s
She has= She’s
It has = It’s
We Have = We’ve
They have = They’ve.

The present perfect has several uses. Let’s study some. The present perfect is used to refer to an
action tha began in the past and is still continuing. Es para una acción en el pasado pero que aun
continua.

Something that started at some point in the past and which is the same today. For example:

How long have you lived here?

I have lived in this small apartment for two years


I have Studied in this University for three years.

Tenemos caso de una cosa que paso en el paso pero no se menciona cuando comenzó, en este
caso igualmente se usa el presente perfecto.

Francisco has refused oir invitation to the party.


Francisco refused our invitation yesterday.

The present perfecto is often used when the time is recent.


This use is a Little more difficult tan the other two. In this case, the action happened at some
(usually fairly recent) time in the past, but the effect of the ction is still important now. For
example:
Algo que sucedió recientemente pero aun es importante en la actualidad.

Beverly has jus turned 23! A policeman has arrested Jukia’s boyfriend.

The negative form es Haven’t , Hasn’t.


In tje interrogative gform is
Aux- Subjetc. Pst participle. Adverbials.

When we use the present perfect, we often lse use the adverbs already and yet.

Already se refiere a una acción que ha sucedido en un mmento inespecífico antes del moemtno
que se habla. Enfatiza que esta acción se complet en el asado y no se necesita repetirla. Y se usa
para mostrar sorpresa por algo que sucede antes de lo esperado.

Posicion: already se puede poner antes el verbo principal o al final de la oración

Yet,
Se usa para decir que una acción no esta comletada y se enfatiza en que se completara en algún
momento. Y en interrogaciones pa preguntar si algo que esperamos ya sucedió, genralmente va al
final de la oración.

Have you ever? Alguna vez?

Expresa el tiempo indefinido antes del ahora.

In question for examle


Have yoy ever been.

In the first time i’ve ever.

Ever siepre va detrás del verbo


Ever+not = never.

Have you ever received and expensive birthday present?

It’s the first time (that) i’ve ever been to a surprise party.
This is the firsy time we’ve ever organized a party together.
This is the first time i’ve ever seen your messy apartment!
I have never cleaned it without help.
Have you ever painted the living-room?

For/ Since= Para/ desde. Para decir cuanto tiempo esta ocurriendo.

We use for + a period of time.

Ex: They have lived in that apartment for three years now.

We use since + the beginning of a period of time:

They have lived in that apartment since they arrived in Chile.

Formas Débiles.

What do you do?

I’m a waiter in a pub, and you?

I’m an assitant in a photocopy shop on campus.

I’m a Singer in a musical Company on concepción.


Where does your husband do?

He works at United Electronics. He is in charge of the finance section.

And, what does Sergios do?


He is salesman. He sells computer equipment for Microsoft. He travels a lot.

How do you like your job, carol?

It’s not bad, but it’s a Little tiring sometimes.

My bedroom is biggest and cozi. There is a bed whit a Green bedsprear and matching pillow.
There’s a desk and a chair and bookshelf for my stuff What’s you bedrromm like?

I have a comfortable bed, whit a Green bedsprear, a closer for my clothes and a bookshelf for my
books. I also have a desk for my commputer. I love my bedroom , i spend my free moments there
Reading, eriting and listening to music.

Hi barbara, i’m Felipe montanares and I live in an aopartment whit a friend.

i'm felipe montanares and also i live an apartment whit my friend.

My apartment has five rooms, a living/dining room área, a kitchen, one bathroom and two
berdrooms.

My favorit place is my bedroom, because it’s so big and cozy.

In my bedroom there is a bed whith a Green bedspread. There is a desk in the right wall, and two
picture on the opposite wall.

I keep my personal things in my closet, my books I put them in a bookshlef, next to my musical
instruments.

Good! Thanks for you invitation! see you later!

Lesson 7

Close: si es cerrada, privada.


Cute: adorable, pretty , attractive.
Law: temas legales
Niece: sobrino
Own: pertenecer
Belong to: pertenece a
Take care: cuidar o vigilar a alguien
Few: pocos.
Cheer up: intentar subir de animo a alguna persona
Homesick: extañar casa
Miss: cuando extraña a una ersona en particular.
Upset: ser infeliz 
Worried: Preocupado.
Worse: peor
Better: mejor
Bring: traer.
Count on: amigo de confianza, o confía en alguien de confianza
On one’s own: alone
Raise criar
Reliable : confiable
Supportive.: solidario.

Friends:

Best friend
Good friend
Old friend
Friend
Acquiintance
Boyfriend:
Fiance
Husband
Lover.

Partner is informal word for Good friend. In the british mate.


For example in this word classmate, room mate workmate.

Adjetivos que demuestran emociones:


Happy : glücklich,
Sad: traurig.
Nervous: nervös
Embarrassed: avegonzado: verlegen
Angry: Wütend
Worried: preocupado. Besorgt
Confused: verwirrt.
Frightened. Asustado erschrocken
Surprised: shocked: sorprendida überrascht
Tired: cansado: müde
In love: verliebt
Excited: aufgeregt
Homesick: heiweh.
Borred: gelangweilt
Dissillusioned: dessillusioniert, desilucionado.
Adjetives and nouns expressing feelings and emotions.

Genealmente los adjetivos que dentan emociones terminan en ed. Y en las caso de los sustantivos,
terminan en ion Ness and ment.

To get mas adjetivos. Get significa mverse.


Esto busca enseñar cuando realizamos un cambo de stado, cambio o cualidad.

Example. I’m sad. Simplemente demuestra que siente ese sentimiento.


I get sad when, indica cuando uno se pone triste.
I get happy.
I get hhomesick
I get furious when…

Cheer up! Anímate


You’re right: Tienes razón
Like mother, like daughter/like father, like son. Cuando te pareces a alguien. De tal palo tal astilla.
Freak out. Te pone histérico.
Get a life! Búscate una vida, algo mas emocionante.
Feel low, para expresar cuando alguien se siente triste.

Future:

Will,
Be + going to. The present progressive.

The will is ised for volunteerinf to do something deciding to do something at the time of
speaking
Decidir hacer algo a la hora de hablar.

For example.
Bill, the pone is ringind.
I’ll get it. it may be my brother.

Be + going to is used for.

Talking about something rhat is already decided. Hablar de algo ya decidido!

Present Continuous is used for, hablar de cosa que ya pasaron.


Present simples para hablar de cosas y events públicos

Will in afirmative,
Pronb + Will (‘ll) + compl
Negative
Pron + Will not (Won’t) + compl.

Interrogative.

Will + pron + compl?

Be+ Goin to in afirmative.

Pron + be +going to + compl.

Be + going to in negative sentence

Pron + be + not + going to + compl.

Interrogative

Be + pron + going to + compl.

Progresive presente.

Pron. + be+ ver+ ing + compl

Progresive present negative form.

Pron + be + not + verb + ing + compl.

Present progressive. Interrogative form.

Be + pronb + verb + ing+ comple?

Will

Puede indicar hacer algo en el momento.


Ofrecer algo
Prometer algo.

En el caso de predecir o prometer algo podemos usas will or going to,. Pero al hablar sobre el
futuro se debe hacer según las certezas, usas will si no estas seguro y going to si estas con una
mejor certeza.

A veces cuando decidimos en el acto, tenemos que going to presenta mayo determinación.
Cuando hablamos de cosas que ya hemos decidido hacer o donde existe una evidencia del
presente usamos el going to o el rpesente progresivo.
libra
Artistic,
Romantic
Charming: encantador
Mature
Flirtatious: coqueto.
Indecisive
Superficial
Cruel
Sagitarius.
Cheerful: alegre
Optimistic
Caring
Good-humored.
Irresponsible
Superficial
Tactless, sin tacto
Kind,
Emotional
Friendly
Protective
Moody
Narrow-minded.
Sociable
Generous
Faitful
Alert
Bossy
Conceited: engreído
Dependiable: confiable.
Straightforward: sencillo
Witty: ingenioso.

Personal Traits.

Sufijos que significan lo contratio

Un
Im
Il
In
Dis

Unreliable
Unemotional
Impatient
Imprudent
Ilegal
Illogical
Insincere
Intolerant
Irresponsible
Irrational
Disorganized
Dishonest.

Falses cognates.

I hope so!. Espero que si.


I can’t wait. No hallo las horas.
I owe you one: te debo una.
Sounds hot: suena entretenido.
Have a great time!: pásalo bien.
Hook up: conectar enganchar.
Hit it off: caerse bien.

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For =porque
Yet= sin embargo
Or= o
Do you have many close Friends?
No, i only have a few