second-hand: usado, de segunda mano; dealer:
concesionario de automóviles; test drive: prueba de manejo; Be
careful: Ten cuidado; valuable: valioso costoso; rumor:
rumor, chimento; dating: saliendo juntos (una pareja de novios); naive:
ingenuo; Honey = Darling: Querido/a; uncertain events:
hechos inseguros, inciertos; refuse: rechazar; appearance:
apariencia, aspecto exterior; some degree of truth: cierto grado
de verdad; interfering: interfiriendo; a bad way: una mala
forma, una práctica incorrecta; advisable: aconsejable; risk:
arriesgar; turn out to be: resultar ser; worthless: sin
106: Basándote en el glosario
anterior y en tu intuición, BUSCA un
proverbio adecuado para cada conversación y TRANSCRIBELO
en el espacio en blanco correspondiente. Verifica luego las respuestas
My uncle has just offered me a position in his company, but I don't like
If I were you, I would accept the job. It might not be the best job for
I want to buy a second-hand Honda car at Kimberly Dale's. Although
reliable dealers, I'm not absolutely sure
about this car.
B: OK. I suggest you have a test drive with someone who knows cars well
before you decide.
I love this house. I guess I'm going to buy it.
Be careful, you know
Just because something appears valuable does not mean
that it really is.
I don't believe those rumors about Ted and Liza, but apparently they're
Oh, please. Don't be so naive!! You know perfectly well what they say,
Honey, here's the list of the things I'm going to buy next month when
you get that money back.
OK, darling. I know you would love to buy all those new things, but
107: Este es un ejercicio de
comprensión a partir del significado de siete proverbios. Lee
con atención y selecciona del menú el PROVERBIO que
corresponde cada descripción. Verifica luego las respuestas
make plans based on uncertain events.
Never refuse good fortune when it is there in
front of you.
Don't judge people or things only by their
Rumors are usually based on some degree
Too many people interfering is a bad way
of doing things.
It's advisable to be satisfied with something
you have than to
risk losing it by trying to get
which seems valuable at first may
turn out to be worthless.
proverbio preferido es:
NEVER SAY DIE (Persevera y triunfarás) Y ahora aprenderás un nuevo tiempo verbal:
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