FOR OCTOBER'S EXAM



ENGLISH
SPANISH
SENTENCE
Envelope
Sobre
I put the letter in the envelope
Fill
Llenar
Her eyes filled with tears
Mislay
Perder
She mislaid the letter
Swoon
Desmayarse
She swooned when she heard the news
Tender
Tierno, blando
She only wanted to hear tender words
Grave
Tumba
She visited his grave
Reply
Respuesta
His reply was cruel.
Landlady
Casera
The landlady lost the letter
Scrawl
Garabatear
She scrawled some words in a piece of paper
Wooden
De mader
I like the wooden box
Approach
Acercarse
She approached him with the umbrella.
Anxious
Nervioso
He was anxious about the exam.
Gnat
Mosquito
He heard a gnat and tried to find it.
Bowel
Intestino
He moves his bowels at 8:20
Poll
Encuesta
According to the poll, 36 per cent of parents never pick up a book with their little
ones
Suburbs
Las afueras
He lives in the suburbs
Launch
Lanzar
He has launched a new CD
Excited
Entusiasmad@
She was really excited when she heard the news.
Vast
Gran
The vast majority prefers computer games to books.
Blame
Culpar
He blames me about his misfortunes.

PHRASAL VERBS: BRING
bring about – cause to happen: Provocar, hacer que suceda
bring along – bring with: Traer
bring around – convince, change someone's opinion: Convencer
bring away – learn, gain from an experience: Ganar experiencia, aprender de.
bring off – do well, succeed at something difficult: Lograr, conseguir
bring on – cause, make something happen: Causar
bring out – highlight, stress: Resaltar
bring over – bring to someone's house: Invitar a casa
bring to – regain consciousness: Volver a la consciencia

bring up – 1. mention: mencionar 2. raise (a child): criar







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