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VU H N AGA CA S O M L SR O

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Contents
PAGE 02 PAGE 18 PAGE 46 PAGE 63 PAGE 68 PAGE 73 PAGE 74 PAGE 75 Translation Booklet 2 Vocabulary Booklet 2 Presentations and Public Speaking Cloverdale’s Characters Sudoku Inglés Most Common Irregular Verbs Pronunciation of Common Regular Verbs Common Errors by Spanish Speakers

Translation Booklet

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LIST 1 - There + to be

Vaughan
S Y S T E M S

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Hay un problema con el sistema nuevo. Hay varios asuntos que atender. Había mucha gente aquí cuando llegué. Hubo una explosión en la fábrica anoche. Había varios faxes aquí esta mañana. Habrá una fiesta esta noche si no llueve. Va a haber una reunión esta tarde. Va a haber muchos problemas con esto. Ha habido un malentendido. Ha habido varios casos. Habría menos casos si hubiera una vacuna. Debe de haber una solución. Tiene que haber una forma de resolverlo. Tiene que haber al menos tres. Debería haber más sillas. Podría haber más de lo que piensas. Me dijeron el otro día que había habido problemas con el sistema nuevo. Siempre ha habido problemas con el sistema. No parece haber una solución. Habría habido más problemas si no hubiéramos visto el error a tiempo. Antes había mucha gente aquí. No hay tantos como antes había. No tiene que haber una solución necesariamente. No puede haber tanta gente Puede que haya una solución.

There’s a problem with the new system. There are several matters to take care of. There were a lot of people here when I arrived. There was an explosion in the factory last night. There were several faxes here this morning. There will be a party tonight if it doesn’t rain. There’s going to be a meeting this afternoon. There are going to be a lot of problems with this. There’s been a misunderstanding. There have been several cases. There would be fewer cases if there were a vaccine. There must be a solution. There has to be a way to solve it. There have to be at least three. There should be more chairs. There could be more than you think. They told me the other day that there had been problems with the new system. There have always been problems with the system. There doesn’t seem to be a solution. There would’ve been more problems if we hadn’t seen the mistake in time. There used to be a lot of people here. There aren’t as many as there used to be. There doesn’t necessarily have to be a solution. There can’t be that many people. (So many) There may be a solution.

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Vaughan Systems, 2004. Reservados todos los derechos.

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4. 2004. Que lo haga así. 19. Enséñamelo. Que me llamen. Have them check it. 9. Que se pinte. ¿Os importaría no molestarle? Pídeles que no me molesten. PAGE 4 . I’ve already told them not to bother you. 25. Have it sent to this address. Don’t bother him. No lo hagas por favor. Have it printed. No le molestéis. 8. I told you to do it this way. 22. Tell him not to show it to me. Have them call me. Que nos guarden una copia. They want you to do it this way. Dile que no me lo enseñe.Direct & indirect imperatives Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 12. Que lo comprueben. Que lo hagan de nuevo. Reservados todos los derechos. 3. 18. Have it painted. 15. Ya les he dicho que no te molesten. 6. 7. Tell him to show it to me. 14. Don’t show it to me. Dile que me lo enseñe. 5. Te dije que les dijeras que no me molestaran. Que se haga. 16. Quiero que me lo enseñes. Que se imprima. No me lo enseñes. Don’t do it please. I want you to show it to me. Yo quisiera que lo hicieras así. 21. Have her do it this way. 23. Would you mind not bothering him? Ask them not to bother me. 11. 10. Quieren que lo hagas así. Have them keep a copy for us. Diles que no me molesten. 17. 24. I’d like you to do it this way. I don’t want you to bother him. No quiero que le molestéis. Have it done. Te dije que lo hicieras así. 13. Have them do it again. c Vaughan Systems. Show it to me. 2. Que se mande a esta dirección.LIST 2 . I told you to tell them not to bother me. Tell them not to bother me. 20.

I want it to come true. 11. 17. 7. Queremos que llueva. 15. Quiero que mis hijos sean felices.LIST 3 . Quiero que esta sea la última vez. Quiero que se convoque para el próximo mes. I want it to be scheduled for tomorrow. c Vaughan Systems. Reservados todos los derechos. I want them to give it to me in hand. 25. Quiero que me lo den en mano. 24.The accusative Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 21. 13. 3. 10. (Kids) We want it to rain. I want the rest of the people to know the truth. 16. ¿Qué quieren ellos que hagamos? ¿Qué esperan que yo haga? ¿Cuándo esperan que lo terminemos? ¿Por qué necesitan que les ayudemos? Quiero que lo busques. 22. I want it to happen soon. Quiero que esté listo para mañana. PAGE 5 . What do they want us to do? What do they expect me to do? When do they expect us to finish it? Why do they need us to help them? I want you to look for it. 14. 19. I want this to be the last time. 6. I don’t want you to take it that way. Quiero que ocurra pronto. 5. Quiero que se haga realidad. Necesito que ellos me ayuden con esto. Quiero que dure. 12. I’d like them to set up a meeting. Quiero que se programe para mañana. I want us to be friends. 18. I want my children to be happy. I want it to be ready for tomorrow. Quiero que todos vayáis juntos. 20. Quiero que seamos amigos. 2004. No quieren que mezclemos más de tres colores. Quiero que el resto de la gente sepa la verdad. No quiero que lo tomes así. 23. 8. I want the meeting to be postponed. I need them to help me with this. Quiero que la reunión se posponga. He wants me to look for it. I want it to be called for next month. 2. 9. They don’t want us to mix more than three colors. I want all of you to go together. Quisiera que organizaran una reunión. Quiero que el trabajo se haga. 4. I want the job to be done. Él quiere que yo lo busque. I want it to last.

Hay maneras de burlar la ley. 5. 17. Larguémonos de aquí. What time did you get home? I got more than 20 letters yesterday. Get out of the car. Don’t let it get you down. Bájate del árbol. 8. 15. Aléjate del humo. 7. 11. Get down from the tree. Me pondré en contacto con él. Get away from the smoke. 23. 3. Él siempre se sale con la suya. Métete en el coche. Get on the bus. He doesn’t know how to get his ideas across. Get to the point. 9. llámame. Me las apaño.LIST 4 . 18.To get Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. (Get in contact with) You’ll get used to my style. 19. He always gets his way. c Vaughan Systems. 22. When you get there. 2004. I’ll get in touch with him. 12. Súbete al autobús. Sal del coche. I get by. Get out of the way! Don’t get me wrong. I’m not getting anywhere. 16. 20. 14. ¿A qué hora llegaste a casa? Recibí más de 20 cartas ayer. 21. It took me two months to get it back. Lo superé. 4. Bájate del autobús. 25. Él no sabe transmitir sus ideas. 24. 13. I got lost. I got over it. Get into the car. Cuando llegues allí. Tardé dos meses en recuperarlo. Vaya al grano. Let’s get out of here. 10. PAGE 6 . 2. No dejes que ello te deprima. There are ways to get round the law. ¡Quítate de en medio! No me malinterpretes. 6. Let’s get going. Reservados todos los derechos. call me. Pongámonos en marcha. Te acostumbrarás a mi estilo. Get off the bus. No estoy llegando a ninguna parte. Me perdí.

I used to eat like a king. 11. I’m not used to my new bed. They’re used to getting their way. I’ll have to get used to a new diet. They weren’t used to my accent. No estoy acostumbrado a restaurantes baratos. I have to get used to a lot of new things. 23. I used to be happy. PAGE 7 . 2. 10. Están acostumbrados a salirse con la suya. Antes era fácil encontrar trabajo. Ahora que estoy en prisión. 15. I used to be an army officer. 2004.LIST 5 . 6. 8. It used to be easy to find a job. 18. I used to eat in good restaurants. Pues más vale que te acostumbres a ello. I used to have more free time. Antes nevaba mucho aquí en invierno. No estaban acostumbrados a mi acento. Yo antes tenía más tiempo libre. 21. I’m not used to prison food. Él antes era cura. Estoy acostumbrado a ir al trabajo en coche. No estoy acostumbrado a la comida de la prisión. 9. Antes venían por aquí más a menudo. tengo que acostumbrarme a muchas cosas nuevas. Antes llovía más también. c Vaughan Systems. Well you’d better get used to it. Now I’ll have to get used to this one. You’ll get used to it. It took them months to get used to it. 19. They used to come (around) here more often. I used to sleep in a king-size bed. Tendré que acostumbrarme a una nueva dieta. Now that I’m in prison. It used to rain more too. Antes había más días festivos. 4. 7. Reservados todos los derechos. 22. He used to be a priest. Antes comía como un rey. I used to know a lot of important people. Ahora tendré que acostumbrarme a esta. 5. 25. Yo antes comía en buenos restaurantes.Used to / To be-get used to Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Yo antes era feliz. Yo antes conocía a mucha gente importante. Tardaron meses en acostumbrarse a ello. Ya te acostumbrarás. Antes dormía en una cama de matrimonio de tamaño especial. 16. 20. 3. It used to snow a lot here in the winter. 17. 12. No estoy acostumbrado a mi cama nueva. There used to be more holidays. 14. 24. Yo antes era oficial del ejército. 13. I’m used to driving to work. I’m not used to cheap restaurants.

(Ought to) You must do it. Puede que él lo haga. Puedo hacerlo.) Más vale que lo hagas. Preferiría estar contigo que con ella. I told you he might do it. Más vale que te vayas. 9. 8. No deben de estar en casa. I can do it. 24.LIST 6 . 4. 10. 21. 20. 25. There may have been a misunderstanding. Ese señor debe de ser rico. (Moralmente obligado) Tienes que hacerlo. (Should) They must not be at home. He may do it. There may be a misunderstanding. Reservados todos los derechos. You shouldn’t be here. Es posible que haya un malentendido. I told you I could do it. 11. You’d better do it. 12. You ought to call her more often. 2004. 22. 16. Debes hacerlo. 14. 2. porque si no… Más te vale. 23. Es posible que haya habido un malentendido. 6. 5. No deberías estar aquí. Le dije que podía hacerlo. 3. Deberías llamarla más a menudo. 18. because otherwise… What can I do with this? It may be too late. (Sin contracción) That man must be rich. ¿Nos vamos? ¿Qué hacemos? ¿Abro la ventana? No tienes que convencerme. You’d better leave. Shall we go? What shall we do? Shall I open the window? You don’t have to convince me. PAGE 8 . Deberías hacerlo. No podría ser de otro modo. You have to do it. 13. No debes tocar eso. 15. because otherwise… You’d better. You mustn’t touch that. porque si no… ¿Qué puedo hacer con esto? Es posible que sea demasiado tarde. 7. 17. 19. Te dije que él posiblemente lo haría. I’d rather be with you than with her. c Vaughan Systems.Modals (defective verbs) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. (No hay más remedio. It couldn’t be any other way. You should do it.

17. It took her a long time. He tardado tres días en llegar hasta esta lista. 11. 15.How long… take Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 20. 12. 14. It used to take me less time to prepare a list. It takes five hours to go to Seville. Te dije ayer que había tardado tres días. Él tardó mucho. 22. 23. Tardasteis mucho. Reservados todos los derechos. 25. 18. 2. It’s taken me three days to get to this list. Puede que tarde dos horas en preparar esta lista. Tardamos mucho. It may take me two hours to prepare this list. It took us a long time. It takes a long time to learn a language. 21. Sometimes it can take me more than an hour. It should take me less than 15 minutes. Estoy tardando mucho en preparar esta lista. It would’ve taken me longer if there had been any problems. Ella tardó mucho. It took you a long time. 5. 4. Antes tardaba menos en preparar una lista. It took him a long time. It doesn’t take long. A veces puedo tardar más de una hora.LIST 7 . 3. I told you yesterday it had taken me three days. 7. Habría tardado más si hubiera habido problemas. It took you a long time. Tardo media hora en preparar una lista. It takes quite a long time. ¿Cuánto se tarda en aprender este programa? ¿Cuánto se tarda en volar a Nueva York? ¿Cuánto se tarda en aprender a conducir? Tardé mucho. Tardaría más si hiciera un descanso para el café. 6. Se tarda mucho tiempo en aprender un idioma. PAGE 9 . Tardaste mucho. Se tarda bastante tiempo. No se tarda mucho. 10. It’ll take me 20 minutes to finish this list. It would take me longer if I took a coffee break. It takes me half an hour to prepare a list. 19. It took me two years to learn Spanish. 13. Se tarda cinco horas en ir a Sevilla. 2004. 8. 9. Tardé dos años en aprender español. Debería tardar menos de 15 minutos. Tardaré 20 minutos en terminar esta lista. 16. 24. c Vaughan Systems. How long does it take to learn this program? How long does it take to fly to New York? How long does it take to learn how to drive? It took me a long time. It’s taking me a long time to prepare this list.

Negative questions Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 2. 14. 8. 4. 19. 24. Reservados todos los derechos. 5. 16. 15. 2004. 25. 20. 18. 7. 17. 11. 21. 10. 3. 23. PAGE 10 . ¿Por qué no funcionaba? ¿Por qué no lo has hecho todavía? ¿Por qué no ha ocurrido todavía? ¿Por qué no nos han llamado aún? ¿Por qué no estarás allí? ¿Por qué no estará listo? ¿Por qué no les gustará? ¿Por qué no sería aconsejable? ¿Por qué no querrías algo así? ¿Por qué no pudiste ir? ¿Por qué no se ha hecho? ¿Por qué no se hará? ¿Por qué no se está haciendo? ¿Por qué no se hace nunca? ¿Por qué no se hizo? ¿Por qué no nos invitan nunca? ¿Por qué no deberíamos hacerlo? ¿Por qué no ha sido confirmado? ¿Por qué no lo habrías hecho? ¿Por qué no tiene nadie secretaria aquí? ¿Por qué no vas allí con ellos? ¿Por qué no lo pruebas? ¿Por qué no cae él bien a nadie? ¿Por qué no sería correcto? ¿Por qué no pasamos a otra lista? Why didn’t it work? Why haven’t you done it yet? Why hasn’t it happened yet? Why haven’t they called us yet? Why won’t you be there? Why won’t it be ready? Why won’t they like it? Why wouldn’t it be advisable? Why wouldn’t you want something like that? Why couldn’t you go? Why hasn’t it been done? Why won’t it be done? Why isn’t it being done? Why isn’t it ever done? Why wasn’t it done? Why don’t they ever invite us? Why shouldn’t we do it? Why hasn’t it been confirmed? Why wouldn’t you have done it? Why doesn’t anyone have a secretary here? Why don’t you go there with them? Why don’t you try it? Why doesn’t anyone like him? Why wouldn’t it be correct? Why don’t we go on to another list? c Vaughan Systems. 13. 22. 9. 6. 12.LIST 8 .

17. 3. 8. Ya lo he terminado. No hemos empezado todavía. It’s still on the way. Reservados todos los derechos. 24. 23. ¿Todavía me quieres? Todavía te quiero. 9. It’s not on the way anymore. Todavía está en camino. I haven’t left her yet. 12. 22. Ya no salgo con ella. I haven’t eaten yet. 7. 2004.Still / Yet / Already / Anymore Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Todavía estoy trabajando en ello. 2. ¿Ha llegado ya el tren? No ha llegado todavía. PAGE 11 . ¿Le has visto ya? We haven’t started yet. 11. Have you finished the report yet? I haven’t finished it yet. Ya ha llegado. Ya no te quiero. Ya la he dejado. Ya no estoy trabajando en ello. Ya no está en camino. (Begun) We’re still waiting. Are you still going out with her? I’m still going out with her. 25. Have you seen him yet? c Vaughan Systems. 21. No la he dejado todavía. 5. Have you eaten yet? I’ve already eaten. It’s already arrived. 15. ¿Sigues saliendo con ella? Todavía salgo con ella. No he comido todavía. I’m not working on it anymore.LIST 9 . I’m not going out with her anymore. Has the train arrived yet? It hasn’t arrived yet. I’ve already finished it. 4. 14. 16. Ya he encontrado a otra mujer. I’ve already left her. 19. 20. Do you still love me? I still love you. I don’t love you anymore. 6. ¿Has terminado el informe ya? No lo he terminado todavía. I’m still working on it. 13. I’ve already found another woman. 18. 10. ¿Has comido ya? Ya he comido. Todavía estamos esperando.

Lo haré cuando pueda. Todo el mundo se enfadará si lo pospones. 15. 22. I won’t spend it unless I’m forced to. No haré nada hasta que no aprueben el plan. It will be done if there’s enough money. I won’t work with them if they don’t offer me a car. 9. Si me abandonas. Saldremos si no llueve. 6. 7. You won’t learn if you don’t study. 24. 4. How will you go if I don’t take you? I won’t say anything until they tell me something. PAGE 12 . 8. I’ll cry. 21. Saldré en cuanto deje de llover. 16. 13. I’ll do it for you if that’s what you want.LIST 10 . Lo haré si me ayudas. 2004. Everybody will get angry if you postpone it. 20. 25. Nothing will happen if nobody says anything. 12. What’ll happen if they catch you? What’ll you do if that doesn’t happen? I’ll send it to you as soon as I have it. Te lo haré si eso es lo que quieres. 10. 3. ¿Qué pasará si te cogen? ¿Qué harás si eso no ocurre? Te lo mandaré tan pronto como lo tenga. They’ll start as soon as the class is over. 23. lloraré. No one will support you if you behave like that. 5. Nadie te apoyará si te portas así. If you leave me. I’ll go out as soon as it stops raining. I’ll do it when I can. Se hará si hay suficiente dinero.Future or first conditional Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. They won’t do it unless you pay them a lot. No lo haré a menos que me apoyes. They’ll come if you call them. No aprenderás si no estudias. Vendrán si les llamas. Lo compraré cuando tenga dinero. I’ll buy it when I have some money. Comenzarán en cuanto termine la clase. Reservados todos los derechos. I won’t do it unless you support me. We’ll go out if it doesn’t rain. No lo harán a no ser que les pagues mucho. No trabajaré con ellos si no me ofrecen coche. 19. 14. ¿Cómo irás si no te llevo? No diré nada hasta que no me digan algo. I won’t do anything until they approve the plan. 18. 2. 11. I’ll go as soon as I finish this letter. No pasará nada si nadie dice nada. 17. No lo gastaré a menos que me vea obligado. Iré en cuanto termine esta carta. c Vaughan Systems. I’ll do it if you help me.

la ampliaría. I wouldn’t be able to do it. PAGE 13 . 9. Si no necesitaran dinero. we’d eat outside. we’d finish sooner. What would happen if we didn’t do anything? If everything were ready. 3. Si supieras tanto como yo. 21. Dejaría la compañía si me bajaran el sueldo. podríamos empezar ya. 8. todo sería distinto. 22. If I were you. venderías más. Si le conocieras. 20. entenderías mi punto de vista. you’d destroy it. Si fuera verdad. everything would be different. 4. Si pudieras estar a las tres. nos apoyarían. If you could be here at three. you’d be a genius. I’d leave the company if they cut my salary. Reservados todos los derechos. If it were true. ¿Qué harías si eso pasara? Saldríamos si no estuviera lloviendo.LIST 11 . 2004. If they didn’t need money. 7. If they knew what I know. they wouldn’t be here. Where would you live if you couldn’t live here? If this house were mine. Yo que tú no lo haría. ¿Dónde vivirías si no pudieras vivir aquí? Si esta casa fuera mía. I’d help you if I had enough money. Lo haría si pudiera. you’d sell more. you’d understand my point of view. If you knew him. no sé lo que haría. Si no fueras tan cabezota. 23. we could begin right away. Si no estuviera lloviendo. 16. If you knew as much as I do. If it were yours. 11. 12. Si el mío fuera como el tuyo. Si supieran lo que yo sé. 24. 14. I could finish it. c Vaughan Systems. I’d appreciate it. la destrozarías. Si fuera tuya. If it weren’t raining. terminaríamos antes. 6. 10. If you didn’t bother me so much. no podría hacerlo. 18.Present or second conditional Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Te ayudaría si tuviera suficiente dinero. I don’t know what I’d do. serías un genio. no estarían aquí. comeríamos fuera. What would you do if you were in my shoes? If they didn’t help me. What would you do if that happened? We’d go out if it weren’t raining. I’d earn more money if I knew English. 17. 2. If mine were like yours. 25. If there were more people here. I’d enlarge it. If you weren’t so hard-headed. 5. 13. Si no me molestaras tanto. 15. te lo agradecería. Si hubiera más gente aquí. ¿Qué harías tú si estuvieras en mi lugar? Si no me ayudaran. I wouldn’t do it. podría terminarlo. 19. ¿Qué pasaría si no hiciéramos nada? Si todo estuviera listo. I’d do it if I could. Ganaría más dinero si supiera inglés. they’d support us.

Si hubieran perdido. 23. I could have solved the problem. De saber que estabas enfermo. habría aceptado. lo habría corregido.Past or third conditional Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. habría muerto. If I could’ve avoided it. Si me hubieras llamado ayer. me habría jubilado. What would you have done if I hadn’t shown up? How would you have gone if you hadn’t had a car? It wouldn’t have been accepted if it hadn’t been signed. 22. you wouldn’t have attended. If I’d known you were going. I would’ve accepted. 18. Habría sido tuyo si me lo hubieras pedido. yo no habría venido a España. 2004. no habrían avanzado. If I’d had a good job in my country. 10. 3. If you’d seen him. If my father had been ill. habría ido también. If they’d sent it to me. Si hubiera habido tormenta. Si Morgan hubiera jugado. I wouldn’t have done it. Si hubiera tenido un buen empleo en mi país. 14. 8. quizá hubiera ganado la guerra. you would’ve realized. habríamos perdido todo. Reservados todos los derechos. Si le hubieras visto. no habría venido aquí. It would’ve been yours if you’d asked me for it. 15. the team would’ve won. Si me hubiera tocado la lotería. If Morgan had played.LIST 12 . they wouldn’t have advanced. I would’ve corrected it. If I hadn’t wanted to do it. Si me lo hubieran enviado. 2. I would’ve retired. I wouldn’t have called. 12. lo habría evitado. Si mi padre hubiera estado enfermo. ¿Qué habrías hecho si yo no me hubiera presentado? ¿Cómo habrías ido si no hubieras tenido coche? No habría sido aceptado si no hubiera sido firmado. he would’ve died. 17. If it hadn’t been for you. If they’d notified me sooner. Si hubiera habido fiesta. If Hitler hadn’t invaded Russia. we would’ve lost everything. no habrías asistido. me lo habrían dicho. I wouldn’t have come here. they would’ve told me. If there’d been an agreement. PAGE 14 . no lo habría hecho. Si Noé no hubiera construido el arca. podría haberlo resuelto. Si pudiera haberlo evitado. no lo habría hecho. no habría llamado. te habrías dado cuenta. If you’d offered more money. If I’d had to do it. Si me hubieran avisado con mayor antelación. If I’d won the lottery. c Vaughan Systems. If they’d lost. 25. 7. Si yo hubiera tenido que hacerlo. Si no hubiera sido por ti. If I’d known that you were ill. el equipo habría ganado. 9. he might’ve won the war. Si hubieras ofrecido más dinero. Si yo no hubiera querido hacerlo. 5. 11. 4. I would’ve avoided it. 19. Si yo hubiera sabido que ibas. they wouldn’t have gone. If you’d called me yesterday. If there had been a storm. 6. I wouldn’t have come to Spain. If there had been a party. podría haber resuelto el problema. Si Hitler no hubiera invadido Rusia. 20. 24. 16. 13. ellos no habrían ido. I could’ve solved it. I wouldn’t have done it. I would’ve gone too. If Noah hadn’t built the ark. 21. Si hubiera habido un acuerdo.

12. Make me an offer. 7. Haces mal uso de tu tiempo. Haz la cama. 16. 4. Don’t make problems. You have to make a good impression. I don’t make mistakes. Hazme una oferta. 13. Make an effort. Make me a promise. Do whatever you want.LIST 13 . Do the job. You make poor use of your time. Do the best you can. 19. PAGE 15 . 20. 25. 22. 21. No cometo errores. Hazme una promesa. 11. We’re going to make some changes. 14. Hazme un favor. ¿Tengo que hacer un discurso? ¿Quién va a hacer la compra? ¿Cómo te ganas la vida? Haz una lista de lo que tienes que hacer. Haz el crucigrama. ¿Puedo hacer una petición? Do something. 15. 10. I do business with them. 17. Do me a favor.Make / Do Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 8. 24. 18. Who’s going to make dinner? Make sure they’re eating. Haz un esfuerzo. 6. Haz lo que quieras. Hazlo lo mejor que puedas. 2004. Can I make a request? c Vaughan Systems. Vamos a hacer unos cambios. Do I have to make a speech? (También “give”) Who’s going to do the shopping? How do you make a living? Make a list of what you have to do. Hago negocios con ellos. Haz algo. 5. 2. Make the bed. Make a presentation. Tengo que hacer una llamada. No crees problemas. 9. 23. ¿Quién va a hacer la cena? Asegúrate de que están comiendo. 3. Tienes que causar una buena impresión. I have to make a phone call. Do the crossword puzzle. Reservados todos los derechos. Haz una presentación. Haz el trabajo.

But what are you saying? I knew it was going to happen. 6. I told them to wait for me. ¿No podemos ir? ¿Quién lo dice? ¿Qué dijeron cuando te levantaste para irte? ¿Estás diciendo que no debemos hacerlo? Os estoy diciendo que no lo hagáis. (En general) They told us to hurry up. She didn’t even say hello to me. Say good evening to them. Siempre rezo una oración antes de cenar. 4. Saluda a tu primo. c Vaughan Systems. 11. Dile tu nombre. Say good morning to them. 13. 7. Say you’re sorry. 20.Say & tell Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. (Apologize. Diles lo que me dijiste anoche. Les dije que me esperaran. 22.LIST 14 . 17. 19. Nos dijeron que nos diéramos prisa. Nos dijeron que no dijéramos nada. I told you so. 9. Di lo que dijiste anoche. (Por la mañana) Salúdales. (A última hora de la tarde) Despídete de ellos. Say good afternoon to them. 14. 5. Can’t we go? Who says so? What did they say when you got up to leave? Are you saying we shouldn’t do it? I’m telling you not to do it. ¿¡Pero qué dices!? Yo sabía que iba a pasar. Salúdales.Ya te lo dije. Tell him your name. He told a story about his old boss. Ella ni siquiera me saludó. 25. 15. 23. 12. Say goodbye to them. Pide perdón. 24. (A primera hora de la tarde) Salúdales. 3. 2. (Por la noche) Despídete de ellos. Say hello to them. They told us not to say anything. 2004. Say hello to your cousin.) Say what you said last night. Say good night to them. PAGE 16 . I always say a prayer before having dinner. Dímelo. Tell them what you told me last night. Reservados todos los derechos. 8. Él contó una historia acerca de su antiguo jefe. Say what’s on your mind. 16. (En general) Salúdales. Di lo que estás pensando. 10. Tell me. 21. 18.

Enséñame el otro modelo. Give me the other one you have. 8. 21. 10. Other people will come tomorrow. Show me the other model. 7. 6. Tiene que haber otra forma. 24. 2. but the other times they didn’t. Enséñame otro modelo. Enséñame los otros modelos. I like that girl. This time they called me. Debes hacerlo de la otra forma. There are other matters to resolve too. What other people know you? There’s another problem too. 16. I was with him the other day. 23. Give me another (one). Give me another book. Reservados todos los derechos. Dame otro. 15. 11. Estuve con él el otro día. Show me the other models. Esta vez me llamaron. 13. Me gusta esa chica. This is for you and this is for the others.Other / Another / The other / etc. but I also like others. Show me some other models. Show me another model. 2004. Algunas veces lo hago solo y otras veces con mis amigos. Dame el otro que tienes. 5. ¿Qué otra gente te conoce? Hay otro problema también. Enséñame otros modelos. La otra gente vendrá mañana. 25. This time they brought the money. Otra gente vendrá mañana. No quiero este… quiero otro. 12. Esto es para ti y esto es para los demás. The other people will come tomorrow. 3. No quiero otro cualquiera… quiero el otro que me enseñaste ayer. I don’t want just any other one… I want the other one you showed me yesterday. but the other time they didn’t bring it. 19. You should do it the other way. 18. Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Dame otro libro. pero también me gustan otras. Hay otros asuntos que resolver también. 14. Esta vez trajeron el dinero. No te deprimas… habrá otras mujeres. 4. Don’t get depressed… there will be other women. Hay otras muchas maneras de convencerle.LIST 15 . I don’t want this one… I want the other (one). 17. 22. Sometimes I do it alone and other times with my friends. There must be another way. PAGE 17 . I don’t want this one… I want another (one). pero la otra vez no lo trajeron. 20. c Vaughan Systems. There are many other ways to convince him. No quiero este… quiero el otro. 9. pero las otras veces no.

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18. Le gusta presumir. 10. No te acerques a mi novia. 7. Don’t fall in love. El niño se cayó del árbol. 15. Don’t pass up this opportunity. Don’t mix me up. We stayed up very late. 2. If you don’t catch up with them. No dejes pasar esta oportunidad. 24. Me quedé sin sentido.LIST 16 . they’ll win the race. No me líes. I passed out. Ella me habló hasta convencerme. 13. No puedo seguir el ritmo. Nos quedamos levantados hasta las tantas. I can’t make out what they’re saying. Stay away from my girlfriend. No te apoyes en la mesa. Don’t lean on the table. First you have to pass through an intersection. 9. ¿Cómo puedo transmitirles la importancia de esto? No sé cómo transmitírselo. Reservados todos los derechos. You’re going too fast. 11. No te quedes atrás. 2004. 5. He likes to show off. I can’t keep up with you. 23. Dejé el colegio a los 15 años. 12. 4. How can I get across to them the importance of this? I don’t know how to get it across to them. I dropped out of school when I was 15 years old. She talked me into it. I fell into the water. ganarán la carrera. Ella entró en una depresión. 19. I’ll pass by your house on the way to mine. We stayed out very late. 16. She fell into a depression. The little boy fell out of the tree. 8. Don’t fall behind. 6. 22. (Me comió el coco) Me alegro de que me hayas hablado para convencerme de lo contrario. 3. Vas muy de prisa. 20. La buena señora falleció después de una larga enfermedad. c Vaughan Systems. 25.Phrasal verbs (1) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. No puedo seguir tu ritmo. No te enamores. Pasaré por tu casa camino de la mía. 14. No puedo captar lo que dicen. Primero tienes que atravesar un cruce. 17. Me caí al agua. (Drop by) The good lady passed away after a long illness. 21. I can’t keep up. Nos quedamos por ahí hasta las tantas. PAGE 19 . Si no les alcanzas. I’m glad you talked me out of it.

2. ¿Cómo puedo compensar la pérdida? Decídete. 12. Reservados todos los derechos. 20. The committee is made up of seven members. ¿Cómo te lo puedo enmendar? Tenemos que despedir a 200 trabajadores. 16. Apóyate en mí. 13. Tenemos que recuperar el tiempo perdido. Who is he? I can’t help it. 23. The child kept me up all night. El comité está compuesto por siete miembros. Estás frenando al resto de la clase. Nunca he oído hablar de Paco Morgan. He keeps on asking me about you. Espérate. Don’t lean against the wall. 2004. Lo siento. No tengo noticias de ella. How can I make up for the loss? Make up your mind. Lean on me. El niño me tuvo en vela toda la noche. Tendrán que escucharme hasta el final. 6. They’ll have to hear me out. 11.Phrasal verbs (2) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Ayúdale a levantarse. (No lo puedo evitar) Déjame que te eche una mano. 5. You’re holding back the rest of the class. Don’t run over the poor dog. 17. El niño huyó de casa. We have made up for lost time. 22. Él está continuamente preguntándome por ti. Hold on.LIST 17 . What’s holding him up? Keep him away from her. Let me help you out. 15. I haven’t heard from her. ¿Quién es? No lo puedo remediar. Help him up. The child ran away from home. 25. 8. 21. 9. 19. 4. No atropelles al pobre perro. No te apoyes en la pared. 7. Talk it over before making a decision. Tenemos que mantenernos con los tiempos actuales. We have to keep up with the times. 14. ¿Qué le está retrasando? Mantenle alejado de ella. No creo que vayan a reconciliarse. I’m sorry. I’ve never heard of Paco Morgan. 3. 18. 10. I don’t think they’re going to make up. PAGE 20 . Habladlo antes de tomar una decisión. How can I make it up to you? We have to lay off 200 workers. 24. c Vaughan Systems.

yo la colgaré. 11. Rebajamos el precio en un 10%. We took 10% off the price. 9. yo elaboraré uno. If you don’t take down the picture.LIST 18 . 22. I’d leave it out. ¿Quién derribó el avión? Tendrás que bajar a su nivel. 17. You’re turning into a little dictator. c Vaughan Systems. 15. Can you make out what they’ve written? You look like your father. Si tú no elaboras un plan. Apúntala en este papel. Te estás convirtiendo en un pequeño dictador. I’ll hang them up. 19. 13. 8. ¿Puedes descifrar lo que han escrito? Te pareces a tu padre. yo lo rellenaré. 18. Estoy asumiendo más responsabilidades ahora. Make out a check. 16. PAGE 21 . Make it out to Juan Pérez.Phrasal verbs (3) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Si tú no rellenas los espacios en blanco. Van a derribar ese muro. Who shot down the plane? You’ll have to come down to their level. Extiéndelo a Juan Pérez. 7. If you don’t hang up the clothes. Take it back to where you found it. 24. Write down my address. I’ll take it down. 5. If you don’t fill in the blanks. If you don’t bring up the subject of the cars. Este tipo de reto saca lo mejor que hay en él. (Forma de ser) Devuélvelo adonde lo encontraste. Si no cuelgas la ropa. Si tú no rellenas el impreso. I’m taking on more responsibilities now. 14. If you turn down the offer. 20. Estamos atravesando un período difícil. If it were up to me. yo lo descolgaré. 23. 4. I’ll bring it up. I’ll fill them in. yo lo sacaré. I’ll put it back together. Si tú no sacas el tema de los coches. I’ll fill it out. 21. Si tú rechazas la oferta. ¿Por qué no te deshaces de ese calendario viejo? El tema no salió en la reunión. Si la decisión fuera mía. Reservados todos los derechos. 12. (Físicamente) Te pareces a tu padre. Apunta mi dirección. yo lo omitiría. yo los rellenaré. yo lo volveré a montar. If you don’t draw up a plan. 2. I’ll draw one up. If you take it apart. If you don’t fill out the form. Why don’t you get rid of that old calendar? The subject didn’t come up at the meeting. yo la rechazaré también. Extiende un cheque. Si no descuelgas el cuadro. We’re going through a difficult period. 25. They’re going to knock down that wall. I’ll turn it down too. 3. Write it down on this piece of paper. You take after your father. (De ellos) Si tú lo desmontas. 6. This kind of challenge brings out the best in him. 10. 2004.

When you go into the room. esto la quitará. Esa chica está detrás de mí desde hace un mes. 14. 20. No lo estás haciendo bien. Go for it! You have to go in through that door. 11. me doy cuenta de lo mucho que ella significaba para mí. 6. Mi hija está cerca de cumplir los 17 años. 2. That girl has been after me for a month. Voy a bajar a la primera planta. 5. Él siguió hablando horas y horas. The meeting will go on for about 10 more minutes. Let’s go on to the next item on the agenda. Yo te subiré hasta el despacho del presidente. 12. 19. 24. I don’t want to go into that matter. As time goes on. Me llevo bien con ella. This armchair takes up a lot of space. 10. Reservados todos los derechos. Caí enfermo con gripe. My daughter is going on 17. Voy a llevar a mi mujer a pasear. 21. 22. Pasemos al siguiente punto del orden del día. A medida que pasa el tiempo. Él te absorberá mucho de tu tiempo. 18. We wound up talking about the price of apples. Nadie ha asumido el control todavía. Nobody has taken over yet. don’t say anything. no digas nada. 25. The sun went down at 7:00. I get along with her very well. 3. 4.LIST 19 . 2004. I realize how much she meant to me. You’re not going about it right. 8. Tengo que volver a la oficina. Mi despertador no sonó esta mañana. PAGE 22 . 15. 16. I’m going to take my wife out for a walk. Cuando entres en la sala. 23. Terminamos hablando del precio de las manzanas. 9. The bomb went off before the police could arrive. 13. He went on talking for hours. 7. He’ll take up a lot of your time. Este sillón ocupa mucho espacio. this will take it out. My alarm clock didn’t go off this morning. ¡A por ello! Tienes que entrar por aquella puerta. Si eso no quita la mancha. El sol se puso a las 7:00. If that doesn’t take out the stain. I’ll take you up to the president’s office.Phrasal verbs (4) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 17. I came down with the flu. No quiero entrar en esa cuestión. I have to go back to the office. La reunión seguirá unos 10 minutos más. La bomba estalló antes de que pudiera llegar la policía. c Vaughan Systems. I’m going to go down to the first floor.

¡Venga! ¡Vamos! Le vi cuando salía del ascensor. 16. ¿Cómo vamos a salir de este lío? Se ha despegado el sello. 13. (Por sí solo) Eso pasó de moda hace años. It boils down to a question of money. Vamos a vernos otra vez en algún momento. How are we going to get out of this mess? The stamp came off. 5. That went out of fashion years ago. 23.LIST 20 . 20. La presentación salió muy bien. ¿Por qué no vienes a mi casa a tomar una copa? El total asciende a 3. 11. c Vaughan Systems. pass by) Come down from there! It comes down to a question of money. 17. 21. 19. You got us into a real mess. Pasa por mi casa antes de ir allí. (Drop by. 18.You can’t back out. Let’s go over it one more time. Nos has metido en un buen lío. Este tipo de bolígrafo resulta muy útil.000 euros. Se ha apagado el incendio. No puedes volver atrás. The fire has gone out. 2. ¡Baja de ahí! Se reduce a una cuestión de dinero. 12. Tengo que preparar el presupuesto. Ve al grano. ¿Qué letra viene después de la K? Vuelve… te necesito.Phrasal verbs (5) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Solo tres de las 10 fotos salieron bien. 25. 2004. The presentation came out very well. PAGE 23 . La revista se publica mensualmente. I’m counting on you. stop by. This kind of pen really comes in handy. Get to the point. Se pusieron en huelga. 10. 7. Cuento contigo. Reservados todos los derechos. The magazine comes out monthly. 22. 24. Come on! I saw him when he was coming out of the elevator. 9. 15. Let’s get together again sometime. They went on strike. Se reduce a una cuestión de dinero. 8. Only three out of the 10 photos came out well. 14.000 euros. 3. 4. I have to draw up the budget. Why don’t you come over to my place to have a drink? The total comes to 3. Come by my house before going there. Ensayémoslo una vez más. 6. What letter comes after K? Come back… I need you.

16. Due to unforeseen circumstances. I think you should talk to your boss. If you pay attention in class. 10. Use the preliminary figures for the time being. there are others too. Hice un análisis en profundidad del tema. (Por teléfono) Si prestas atención en clase. c Vaughan Systems. Además de estos problemas. 8. no han hecho nada todavía. Debido a circunstancias imprevistas. el mejor de la clase. I’ve already spoken to him at length about the matter. In addition to those problems. If you pay me in advance. PAGE 24 . no fumo en clase. El nivel de vida en mi país es muy alto. te haré un descuento. Siempre está de buen humor los viernes. En resumidas cuentas. 25. En el mejor de los casos. 3. They’ll do it as long as you back them up. Reservados todos los derechos. Te daré un toque mañana por la mañana. He’s always in a bad mood on Mondays. 19. I’ll give you a discount. 2. 6. they haven’t done anything yet. Que yo sepa. I made an in-depth analysis of the subject. Concerning that subject. I’m leaving this company for good. Utiliza las cifras preliminares por ahora. we will receive the third prize. He’s always in a good mood on Fridays. I have nothing more to say. In short. 21. where Pepe is? John is by far the best in the class. Me voy de esta empresa para siempre. Él siempre está de mal humor los lunes. they can do whatever they want. As far as I know. 20. estamos en quiebra. Ya he hablado con él detenidamente sobre el asunto. The standard of living in my country is very high. Who’s in charge of this project? In any case.Common expressions (1) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. pueden hacer lo que quieran. 23. 24. I don’t smoke in class. Voy a la clínica un día sí y otro no. 22. The cost of living is very high here. 2004. En cuanto a mí. 15. El coste de la vida es muy alto aquí. ¿Quién es el encargado de este proyecto? En todo caso. we’re bankrupt. creo que deberías hablar con tu jefe. 9. a la larga aprenderás mucho. no tengo más que decir. As a general rule. I go to the clinic every other day. Lo harán siempre que les respaldes. nos vemos obligados a cancelar el espectáculo. 12. ¿No sabrías por casualidad dónde está Pepe? Juan es. con mucha diferencia. I’ll give you a ring tomorrow morning. At best. by any chance. You wouldn’t know. Si me pagas por adelantado. 14. 11. En cuanto a ese tema. 17. Como regla general. 18. As far as I’m concerned. 7. eventually you’ll learn a lot. 5. recibiremos el tercer premio.LIST 21 . we are forced to call off the show. 13. hay otros también. 4.

En teoría. Hemos perdido el contacto debido a un malentendido. I’ve decided to cancel it. 17. el negocio va muy bien. 23. Bring your diary just in case. 20. 15. 25. 11. To a certain extent. I agree with the plan. Mientras tanto. ¿Quién lleva la voz cantante aquí? In terms of profits. A pesar de la escasez de agua. Estaré de regreso en 15 minutos. I did it on purpose. 4. por favor? Da igual que seas alto o bajo. 3. 16. In theory. They arrived safe and sound. Hasta cierto punto. Reservados todos los derechos. On the whole. Aquello fue la gota que colmó el vaso. 21. 8. estoy de acuerdo contigo. I’m willing to do anything as long as it’s legal. quiero expresar su agradecimiento a todos los empleados por los excelentes resultados. Tuve un accidente camino de la oficina. In the meantime. 14.LIST 22 . 9. yo era autónomo. In view of the problems. Antes de entrar en esta empresa. On behalf of the management. Sin duda tienes noticia de los cambios recientes. Things are starting to get out of control. In the long run. A la larga. 19.Common expressions (2) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 12. No doubt you’ve heard about the recent changes. En vista de los problemas. 2004. Estoy dispuesto a hacer lo que sea siempre que sea legal. I’ll be back in 15 minutes. In spite of the water shortage. I was self-employed. We’ve lost contact on account of a misunderstanding. Could you give it to me in writing please? It doesn’t matter whether you’re tall or short. En nombre de la Dirección. go over your notes. 10. 22. Llegaron sanos y salvos. Prior to joining this company. el año ha sido bueno. 2. we’ve managed to keep the grass in good condition. 18. 5. I want to thank all the employees for the excellent results. I agree with you. the year has been good. ¿Crees que vale la pena? Me siento algo fuera de lugar aquí. Who runs the show here? c Vaughan Systems. estoy de acuerdo con el plan. we will all come out ahead. Las cosas están empezando a escapar a nuestro control. That was the last straw. 6. It took me a long time to break the ice with him. the business is going very well. I had an accident on the way to the office. he decidido cancelarlo. ¿Me lo podrías dar por escrito. 24. repasad vuestros apuntes. Do you think it’s worth it? I feel somewhat out of place here. Trae tu agenda por si acaso. En términos generales. todos saldremos ganando. Tardé mucho en romper el hielo con él. En términos de beneficios. 7. hemos logrado conservar el césped en buenas condiciones. PAGE 25 . Lo hice a propósito. 13.

Se parecen mucho. I don’t trust him. 11. 5. Podemos descartar la segunda alternativa. 9. I won’t go unless you come with me. No puedo deshacerme de este resfriado. 2004. Tengo algunos cabos sueltos que atar primero. Déjame ponerte un ejemplo. c Vaughan Systems. Estuve en contacto con él ayer. El proyecto empezó con buen pie. 24. They look a lot alike. I have to tie some loose ends first. Tengo la costumbre de pensar en voz alta. a mi mujer le gusta el helado de vainilla. you’ll regret having done it. Mientras que a mí me gusta el helado de chocolate. 10. te arrepentirás de haberlo hecho. 8. my wife likes vanilla ice cream. 6. 25. Whereas I like chocolate ice cream. Keep in mind that they must be ready by tomorrow. We can’t hire any new people for the time being. you don’t stand a chance. Sigamos en contacto. Tendré que recurrir a enchufes para conseguir eso. Tengo que volver atrás y partir de cero otra vez. Tenemos que recurrir a financiación ajena. I have to go back and start from scratch again. 7. Personalmente. Toda empresa tiene sus altibajos. no tienes posibilidad. Let me give you an example. I can’t get rid of this cold. El proyecto empezó con mal pie. Si tienes que competir con él. You have to set an example in front of the people. 3. 15. You can’t rely on him for important things. no me fío de él. I have the habit of thinking out loud. No iré a no ser que vengas conmigo. 2. 23. Sooner or later. Keep an eye on him. The project got off to a good start. I was in touch with him yesterday. We’ll gain more time if we fax it to them. Siempre les confundo. Every company has its ups and downs. 13. We can rule out the second alternative. Corres el riesgo de perder tu empleo.LIST 23 . 4. 14. Personally. 20. We have to resort to outside financing. Reservados todos los derechos. Vigílale. 21. 19. The project got off to a bad start. 17. You run the risk of losing your job. I’ll have to pull some strings to get that. PAGE 26 . No podemos contratar a más gente por ahora.Common expressions (3) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. Ten presente que deben estar listos para mañana. I always get them mixed up. 18. 16. Tienes que dar ejemplo delante de la gente. No puedes confiar en él para las cosas importantes. 22. Let’s stay in touch. Ganaremos más tiempo si se lo mandamos por fax. 12. Tarde o temprano. If you have to compete with him.

12. there weren’t any calls. La mandé a verte para que la conocieras. without a doubt. ¿ha venido Paco hoy? Lo haré a primera hora de la mañana. Things have gone beyond my control. On the contrary. Es tan despistado que se le olvidó su cumpleaños. No voy a tratar más con él. How far did we get with this yesterday? So far we’ve won every game. My sales have grown by word-of-mouth. A propósito. Al contrario. 16. 19. 11. 2004. Según mi secretaria. The game was called off because of the weather. I’m aware of the possible repercussions. I sent her to see you so that you could meet her. I’ll do it right away. 9. 25. We’ll contract them provided they deliver the merchandise before Christmas. hemos ganado todos los partidos. En cualquier caso. Les contrataremos a condición de que entreguen la mercancía antes de Navidades. If need be. puedo traer a Juan para echarte una mano. In any event. He likes to take risks. I can bring John to give you a hand. no hubo llamadas. has Paco come today? I’ll do it first thing in the morning. We’re ahead of the competition. Si es necesario. 22. By the way. I’m fed up with these lists. I think we should call them.Common expressions (4) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 8. 6. According to my secretary. c Vaughan Systems. I’m sick and tired of these lists. 24. Mi discurso causó el efecto contrario. Ya es el colmo. ¡Qué follón! Él es sin duda la persona más inteligente aquí. PAGE 27 . 10. 3. I’m mixed up as to who is who. 13. Estamos por delante de la competencia. Estoy harto de estas listas. Soy consciente de las posibles repercusiones. 14. I think you achieved what you wanted. 18. Mis ventas han crecido por el “boca a boca”. Le gusta correr riesgos. Estoy confundido en cuanto a quién es quién. ¿Hasta dónde llegamos con esto ayer? Hasta ahora. 2. creo que deberíamos llamarles. He’s so absent-minded that he forgot his birthday. the most intelligent person here. Reservados todos los derechos. 20. 21. 17. I’m not going to deal with him anymore. El partido fue cancelado debido al tiempo. Lo haré en seguida. Estoy harto de estas listas. My speech caused the opposite effect. 7. 23. Las cosas han ido más allá de mi control. creo que conseguiste lo que querías. 5. What a mess! He’s.LIST 24 . I’ve had it. 4. 15.

That noise is very annoying. 19. 20. It was a challenging job. I have broad experience in teaching. It was a bitter experience. She’s a very deserving person. Estoy preocupado por las ventas. You’ve made an accurate assessment of the situation. I’m concerned about sales. No seas tan descuidado. 11. It was an awful experience. Fue una experiencia horrible. He’s a closed-minded person. They would be delighted to have you on their team. Es una chica muy risueña. Tengo amplia experiencia en la enseñanza. 10. c Vaughan Systems. It’s a little chilly today. 8. 2. It was an amusing situation. 9. Ese ruido es muy molesto. Ella es una mujer con encanto. My wife can be very bossy at times. 3. Estarían encantados de tenerte en su equipo. Fue una amarga experiencia. Esa fue una decisión muy atrevida. 25. It’s only achievable in the long term. Él es una persona de mente cerrada. Tu progreso ha sido asombroso. Fue un trabajo que supuso un desafío para mí. 14. Solo se puede conseguir a largo plazo. 2004. I’m amazed by your progress. 13. 23.LIST 25 . 22. Don’t be so careless. 16. Say it aloud. Ha sido una velada encantadora. Reservados todos los derechos. 5. PAGE 28 . 15. Tengo confianza en el futuro. It was a very daring decision. 18. 6. Has hecho una evaluación precisa de la situación. Dinamarca es una sociedad acomodada. Denmark is an affluent society. 21. Your progress has been amazing. Ella es una persona muy merecedora. 4. The place was very crowded. El lugar estaba muy abarrotado. She is a charming woman. Mi mujer puede ser muy mandona a veces. 17. 7. She is a cheerful girl. I’m confident about the future. It’s been a delightful evening. Fue una situación graciosa.Adjective enrichment (1) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 24. 12. Dilo en voz alta. Hace un poco de frío hoy. Estoy asombrado de tu progreso.

Hemos pasado una velada muy agradable. Los resultados podrían ser desalentadores.LIST 26 . 16. Necesito un intérprete de primera. 4. El sótano está inundado. 13. 25. PAGE 29 . I feel a little embarrassed when I speak German. El resto del camino es cuesta abajo. This room is filthy. 20. 12. The basement is flooded. We’ve suffered an endless chain of delays. 19. 21. 24. Me siento un poco violento cuando hablo alemán. 5. 6. That man is filthy rich. Esta habitación está horriblemente sucia. Solo contratamos a personas discapacitadas. Ese hombre está forrado de dinero. Somos fieles a los principios de nuestro fundador. 10. We only hire disabled people. Los resultados son alentadores. 2004. El discurso fue aburrido. I don’t think you’ve been fair in that decision. Me siento tonto cuando trato de hablar alemán. I need a first-rate interpreter. 17. 14. The final outcome is doubtful. Todo el mundo parece desanimado por aquí. Hemos sufrido una cadena interminable de retrasos. She’s a gifted girl. 23. Ella es una niña superdotada. 9. I’m disappointed with the results. Estoy ansioso de conocer los resultados. El desenlace final es dudoso. The results are encouraging. 3. It was an embarrassing situation. No creo que hayas sido justo en esta decisión. The results have been disappointing. Fue una situación violenta. The results could be discouraging. The speech was dull. I feel dumb when I try to speak German. Este plan no es económicamente viable. I’m fully aware of the problem.Adjective enrichment (2) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 22. We are faithful to the principles of our founder. 18. I’m completely exhausted. Estoy completamente agotado. 2. 7. c Vaughan Systems. Estoy decepcionado con los resultados. The rest of the way is downhill. We’ve spent a very enjoyable evening. I’m eager to know the results. Los resultados han sido decepcionantes. 11. 8. Everybody seems dejected around here. Reservados todos los derechos. The plan isn’t feasible. 15. Soy plenamente consciente del problema.

Grita mucho pero es inofensivo. 13. Mi secretaria es zurda. Estoy afónico hoy. Soy un poco duro de oído. This information has been very helpful. He’s from a wealthy family.LIST 27 . c Vaughan Systems. He’s a very handsome man. pero a veces resultan útiles. Es un hombre muy apuesto. Él es una persona muy trabajadora. Reservados todos los derechos. Él es un vago. 23. You have to be humble and self-confident at the same time. 4. This could be harmful to my interests. I’m not willing to support them. but they come in handy at times. My secretary is left-handed. 15. No me gustan los teléfonos móviles. 18. Don’t be greedy. 25. Esta información ha sido de mucha ayuda. He’s a lazy person. Él es un conocido periodista. Hemos recibido un pedido enorme. I don’t like mobile phones. 2. 21. We’ve received a huge order. 7. Estamos en una situación desesperada. He’s a very good-looking boy. 2004. I’m a little hesitant to initiate the plan now. No seas avaro. 14.Adjective enrichment (3) Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 9. I’m very grateful for your help. Él es de una familia adinerada. 17. No estoy dispuesto a apoyarles. 6. 10. We are in a hopeless situation. It’s not very likely that they will come here today. 19. Ha sido un día ajetreado. It’s been a hectic day. He’s a well-known journalist. He’s a very hard-working person. Estoy muy agradecido por tu ayuda. Tienes que ser humilde y decidido al mismo tiempo. Tenemos que reducir el tiempo de espera. He shouts a lot but he’s harmless. Me siento desamparado ante esta situación. 16. No es muy probable que vengan aquí hoy. She’s a very jealous person. 8. 5. PAGE 30 . Don’t worry about my boss. We have to reduce idle time. Soy un poco reacio a iniciar el plan ahora. I’m hoarse today. 3. Esto podría ser perjudicial para mis intereses. 12. 22. 20. No te preocupes por mi jefe. 11. Ella es una persona muy celosa. 24. I feel helpless in the face of this situation. Él es un chico muy guapo. I’m a little hard of hearing.

2004. 21. PAGE 31 .List 28 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. A PROPÓSITO PAÑUELO SIN EMBARGO PROBABILIDAD IMÁN TORTILLA REEMBOLSO RELACIONADO ESCASO SENSIBLE ARAÑA PROVISIONAL. FLECHA POR CIERTO. 24. 17. 8. 22. 9. 19. 25. ENTRENAR SILBAR TOALLA DISGUSTADO ARROW BY THE WAY HANDKERCHIEF HOWEVER LIKELIHOOD MAGNET OMELET REFUND RELATED SCARCE SENSITIVE SPIDER TENTATIVE TERRITORY TO BE IN A GOOD MOOD TO BEAR TO REST TO RETIRE TO SCRATCH TO SIGN TO STRETCH TO TRAIN TO WHISTLE TOWEL UPSET c Vaughan Systems. 16. 5. 2. 7. 10. 11. 15. Reservados todos los derechos. 18. 6. 3. 14. 20. 23. 13. ARAÑAR FIRMAR ESTIRAR FORMAR. TEMPORAL TERRITORIO ESTAR DE BUEN HUMOR SOPORTAR. 12. 4. AGUANTAR DESCANSAR JUBILARSE RASCAR.

Reservados todos los derechos. 5. 25. IR MAS DESPACIO TRADUCIR CONFIAR EN. 21. 19. FIARSE DE VOLUNTAD EFFECTIVE INJURY IT DOESN’T MATTER IT’S NOT WORTH IT JUST IN CASE BREAKDOWN. 24. 18. 8. 15. 4. 11. 14. 3. PAGE 32 . 2. 12. 20. 6. 13. 16. 7. 10.List 29 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 2004. EFICAZ LESIÓN DA IGUAL NO VALE LA PENA POR SI ACASO AVERÍA EN GENERAL PERSEVERANTE OBRA DE TEATRO INDEPENDIENTEMENTE DE COMENTARIO (CON CRÍTICA) COMPAÑERO DE HABITACIÓN SARCASMO CULEBRA ETAPA LOS AÑOS CINCUENTA COOPERAR FINANCIAR INFLUIR EN RECONOCER DAR LA MANO DESACELERAR. 23. 9. MALFUNCTION ON THE WHOLE PERSEVERING PLAY REGARDLESS OF REMARK ROOMMATE SARCASM SNAKE STAGE THE FIFTIES TO COOPERATE TO FINANCE TO INFLUENCE TO RECOGNIZE TO SHAKE HANDS TO SLOW DOWN TO TRANSLATE TO TRUST WILL c Vaughan Systems. 22. 17.

List 30 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 17. 4. 12. 19. 25. 21. 5. 13. 24. 15. 3. 16. AGRADECIMIENTO CUESTA ABAJO DE VEZ EN CUANDO NO TIENE SENTIDO PROBABLE FUERZA LABORAL MÁXIMO PESADILLA OPTIMISTA PASTILLA PERFIL RELACIÓN ASEO (EN LUGARES PUBLICOS) ENCUESTA. PAGE 33 . SONDEO EL POLO NORTE EL POLO SUR NOMBRAR VALORAR CARECER DE. 20. 23. Reservados todos los derechos. FALTAR LOCALIZAR ESPERAR CON ILUSIÓN MEDIR INTRODUCIR EN FASES LUCHAR SOBREVIVIR APPRECIATION DOWNHILL EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE IT DOESN’T MAKE SENSE LIKELY MANPOWER MAXIMUM NIGHTMARE OPTIMISTIC PILL PROFILE RELATIONSHIP RESTROOM SURVEY THE NORTH POLE THE SOUTH POLE TO APPOINT TO ASSESS TO LACK TO LOCATE TO LOOK FORWARD TO TO MEASURE TO PHASE IN TO STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE c Vaughan Systems. 9. 7. 2004. 18. 10. 8. 22. 14. 6. 2. 11.

DESARROLLAR CABER. 20. 19. 2004. 24. 14. 3. 12. 7. 10. 5. 2. 8. AJUSTARSE VOLVERSE LOCO PASAR POR ALTO ECHAR LA SIESTA ACOSTUMBRADO A BENEFICIAL COMPARISON FLAVOR IMPRESSIVE MANUFACTURING MEASUREMENT OUT OF CONTROL PHYSICIAN PROFIT AND LOSS RECEIPT RELIABILITY REVENUE STRAIGHT STRENGTH THEORETICAL TO AUTHORIZE TO BE AWARE OF TO BE OPTIMISTIC TO DECEIVE TO EVOLVE TO FIT TO GO CRAZY TO OVERLOOK TO TAKE A NAP USED TO c Vaughan Systems. 17. PAGE 34 . 9. 15. 16. 6. 11. Reservados todos los derechos. 13. 4. 21. 23. 25. 18. BENEFICIOSO COMPARACIÓN SABOR IMPRESIONANTE FABRICACIÓN MEDIDA.List 31 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. MEDICIÓN FUERA DE CONTROL MÉDICO BENEFICIO Y PÉRDIDA RECIBO FIABILIDAD INGRESOS RECTO FUERZA TEÓRICO AUTORIZAR SER CONSCIENTE DE SER OPTIMISTA ENGAÑAR EVOLUCIONAR. 22.

DEMORAR PREVER. 22. COMPROMISO ENORME MASACRE MEDIOCRE EN ABSOLUTO AGOTADO (NO EN EXISTENCIA) MONTÓN PROMETEDOR ADECUADO. 12. 21. 25. 4. 24. CITA. 11. 6. 19.List 32 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. CONFIAR EN AFEITARSE TRAMPA TESTIGO APPOINTMENT HUGE MASSACRE MEDIOCRE NOT AT ALL OUT OF STOCK PILE PROMISING PROPER PROPOSAL RICE SATISFIED SHOULDER THREAT THUS TO ADVISE TO BENEFIT FROM TO DELAY TO FORECAST TO GET ALONG WITH TO PICK UP TO RELY ON TO SHAVE TRAP WITNESS c Vaughan Systems. 13. APROPIADO PROPUESTA ARROZ SATISFECHO HOMBRO AMENAZA POR LO TANTO ACONSEJAR. PAGE 35 . ASESORAR BENEFICIARSE DE RETRASAR. 16. 5. 15. HACER UNA PREVISIÓN LLEVARSE BIEN CON RECOGER DEPENDER DE. 2. 17. Reservados todos los derechos. 7. 3. 2004. 18. 8. 20. 23. 9. 14. 10.

5. 4. 18. 3. LANAR. 2004.List 33 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 2. MARINERO LA EDAD MEDIA ANALIZAR SOLICITAR ASEGURAR COMPORTARSE COLABORAR ASUSTAR PASÁRSELO BIEN TOMAR UNA DECISIÓN COLOCAR PRESIONAR INCONSCIENTE A WIDE RANGE CUSTOMER DEMANDING EXHAUSTED IN ANY CASE LIVESTOCK MASTERY OVEN PROFITS PROSPECTS ROLE ROUGH SAILOR THE MIDDLE AGES TO ANALYZE TO APPLY FOR TO ASSURE TO BEHAVE TO COLLABORATE TO FRIGHTEN TO HAVE A GOOD TIME TO MAKE A DECISION TO PLACE TO PRESSURE UNCONSCIOUS c Vaughan Systems. 7. 24. ETC. TURBULENTO MARINO. Reservados todos los derechos. PAGE 36 . 19. 25. 22. 13. 14. 12. 15. 21. 20. 23. 6. 10.) DOMINIO HORNO BENEFICIOS (ECONÓMICOS) PERSPECTIVAS PAPEL RUGOSO. 9. 17. UNA AMPLIA GAMA CLIENTE EXIGENTE AGOTADO EN TODO CASO GANADO (VACUNO. 16. ASPERO. 8. 11.

23. ECHAR LA CULPA A CONTRIBUIR DESANIMAR ANIMAR. Reservados todos los derechos. 16. 24. INSIGNIFICATIVO EN ULTRAMAR DOLOR REPUTACIÓN RAÍZ ESCÉPTICO ÉXITO BLANCO. 3. 2. 19.List 34 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 20. PAGE 37 . ALENTAR MATAR TIEMPO RECORDAR (RECORDARLE A OTRO) SOSPECHAR ACTUALIZAR DIGNO DE CONFIANZA INSATISFACTORIO TRIGO DISPUESTO AS FAR AS I KNOW DEADLINE LONG-TERM MEANINGLESS OVERSEAS PAIN REPUTATION ROOT SKEPTICAL SUCCESS TARGET THE COST OF LIVING TO ADD UP TO BLAME TO CONTRIBUTE TO DISCOURAGE TO ENCOURAGE TO KILL TIME TO REMIND TO SUSPECT TO UPDATE TRUSTWORTHY UNSATISFACTORY WHEAT WILLING c Vaughan Systems. 4. 10. 6. 18. 5. 7. DIANA. 2004. OBJETIVO EL COSTE DE LA VIDA SUMAR CULPAR. 11. 15. 22. 21. 13. 17. QUE YO SEPA FECHA TOPE. 12. 14. PLAZO A LARGO PLAZO SIN IMPORTANCIA. 8. 9. 25.

6. 20. 3. 2. 25. 12. 17. 2004. 10. 4. CONFIANZA INSTALACIONES INVERSIÓN HIERRO FUSIÓN (DE EMPRESAS) DE MENTE ABIERTA CLIP CONTENTO POTENTE. HOTEL. 14. 5. ETC. 19.List 35 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 15. Reservados todos los derechos. 22. 9. 7. 18. 11. 23. 24. 8. REPASAR NOTAR PARECERSE A DAR POR SENTADO INJUSTO ALTIBAJOS CERA CONFIDENCE FACILITIES INVESTMENT IRON MERGER OPEN-MINDED PAPER CLIP PLEASED POWERFUL QUICK-WITTED RELIABLE ROUND TRIP TO BEAR IN MIND TO BOOK TO CALL OFF TO CARRY OUT TO CRUSH TO GET NERVOUS TO LOOK OVER TO NOTICE TO RESEMBLE TO TAKE FOR GRANTED UNFAIR UPS AND DOWNS WAX c Vaughan Systems. PODEROSO OCURRENTE. 16. 13. 21. LISTO. PERSPICAZ FIABLE VIAJE DE IDA Y VUELTA TENER EN CUENTA RESERVAR (MESA.) CANCELAR LLEVAR A CABO APLASTAR PONERSE NERVIOSO REVISAR. PAGE 38 .

7. 21. CINTA AZULEJOS LOGRAR CLARIFICAR CONTAR CON DISEÑAR ELABORAR. 4. 8. 25. 22.List 36 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 11. 17. CAUCHO TÍMIDO PAPEL CELO. 19. DISPONIBLE JUSTO PÉRDIDA SUAVE. CONFECCIONAR PARECERSE COMETER FALTAS DE ORTOGRAFÍA ALIVIAR VARIAR PESAR VALIOSO PUNTO DE VISTA SIN DUDA AVAILABLE FAIR LOSS MILD NERVOUS BREAKDOWN PART TIME RAINY RESIGNATION RUBBER SHY TAPE TILE TO ACHIEVE TO CLARIFY TO COUNT ON TO DESIGN TO DRAW UP TO LOOK ALIKE TO MISSPELL TO RELIEVE TO VARY TO WEIGH VALUABLE VIEWPOINT WITHOUT A DOUBT c Vaughan Systems. 6. 14. 15. 2004. Reservados todos los derechos. 13. 5. PAGE 39 . 2. 9. 3. 10. 18. 24. 12. TEMPLADO ATAQUE NERVIOSO A TIEMPO PARCIAL LLUVIOSO DIMISIÓN GOMA. 23. 16. 20.

22. EN VOZ ALTA BASADO EN DINERO EN METALICO O SEA. 18. 2. 11. Reservados todos los derechos. 7.VALORAR ARREPENTIRSE SATISFACER RIZAR EL RIZO ATAR CABOS SUELTOS ALIANZA DE BODAS ALOUD BASED ON CASH IN OTHER WORDS MODESTY PAYROLL RESOURCEFUL SALESPERSON SORE THROAT TO BE BORING TO CONVINCE TO DESERVE TO DISAGREE TO DISMISS TO ENABLE TO HIRE TO MISTREAT TO POSTPONE TO PROVE TO RATE TO REGRET TO SATISFY TO SPLIT HAIRS TO TIE LOOSE ENDS WEDDING RING c Vaughan Systems. 14. 21. PAGE 40 . 3.List 37 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 13. 6. EN OTRAS PALABRAS MODESTIA NÓMINA INGENIOSO. 4. 2004. 24. 17. 25. 5. APLAZAR DEMOSTRAR CLASIFICAR. 23. 8. POSIBILITAR CONTRATAR (A EMPLEADOS) MALTRATAR POSPONER. 20. 15. QUE TIENE RECURSOS VENDEDOR DOLOR DE GARGANTA SER ABURRIDO CONVENCER MERECER ESTAR EN DESACUERDO DESPEDIR PERMITIR. 16. 19. 9. 10. 12.

8. 23. 7. CONFUNDIRSE REUNIRSE (INFORMALMENTE) HACER DAÑO. 15.List 38 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 24. PAYASO COMPROMISO PERICIA. PERJUDICAR RESTRINGIR ASUSTAR SUGERIR RETIRAR ADVERTENCIA ADINERADO PESO BIEN INFORMADO CLOWN COMMITMENT EXPERTISE MORTGAGE NOWADAYS OTHERWISE PEANUTS SAMPLE TO A CERTAIN EXTENT TO BET TO DOUBT TO DRAG TO ENHANCE TO FORGIVE TO GET MIXED UP TO GET TOGETHER TO HURT TO RESTRICT TO SCARE TO SUGGEST TO WITHDRAW WARNING WEALTHY WEIGHT WELL-INFORMED c Vaughan Systems. 2004. SI NO CACAHUETES MUESTRA HASTA CIERTO PUNTO APOSTAR DUDAR ARRASTRAR REALZAR PERDONAR LIARSE. 18. 22. 14. 11. 9. 2. 19. HABILIDAD HIPOTECA HOY EN DÍA DE OTRO MODO. 10. 5. PAGE 41 . 3. 12. 13. 4. 20. 16. 17. 6. 21. Reservados todos los derechos. 25.

11. 2. 16. 17. PAGE 42 . 14. 5... 4.. Reservados todos los derechos. 19. 6. 23. 20. 10. 24. 15. PONER TRABAS IMPRESIONAR INVOLUCRAR HACER BAJAR ELOGIAR.) AHORRAR OLAS BIEN HECHO (UN OBJETO) CRITERIA INSTEAD OF MOODY MUSSELS NO WONDER . 25. 7. 21. ! ON THE OUTSKIRTS PERSUASIVE PROUD R&D REVENGE SAVINGS ACCOUNT SHOPPING CENTER TO ASSUME TO ENSURE TO FACILITATE TO HINDER TO IMPRESS TO INVOLVE TO LOWER TO PRAISE TO REACT TO RUN TO SAVE WAVES WELL-MADE c Vaughan Systems. CAMBIA MUCHO DE HUMOR MEJILLONES ¡NO ME EXTRAÑA QUE.. 3. CRITERIOS EN VEZ DE VOLUBLE. ALABAR REACCIONAR DIRIGIR (COMPAÑÍA O DPTO.List 39 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1.! EN LAS AFUERAS PERSUASIVO ORGULLOSO I+D (INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO) VENGANZA CUENTA DE AHORRO CENTRO COMERCIAL SUPONER ASEGURAR FACILITAR ENTORPECER. 18. 12. 8. 22. 13. 9. 2004.

ELECCIÓN CIERVO DESVENTAJA FRACASO ES UNA PÉRDIDA DE TIEMPO PRINCIPALMENTE MUTUAMENTE GLOBAL. 14. 18. 9. 10. 11. 20. 2004. 6. DESAFIAR ENTREGAR CADUCAR DOBLAR. 21. 2. 5. 15. 8. 23. PAGE 43 . 16. SOSTENER COMPLACER. 12. Reservados todos los derechos. 17. PLEGAR DAR UN PASEO SUJETAR. 19.List 40 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. AGRADAR PRECEDER PROPORCIONAR SUDAR INÚTIL BIEN PLANIFICADO CHOICE DEER DISADVANTAGE FAILURE IT’S POINTLESS MAINLY MUTUALLY OVERALL PACE REALISTIC SCARCITY SELF-CONFIDENCE SKYSCRAPER TO CHALLENGE TO DELIVER TO EXPIRE TO FOLD TO GO FOR A WALK TO HOLD TO PLEASE TO PRECEDE TO PROVIDE TO SWEAT USELESS WELL-PLANNED c Vaughan Systems. 4. 24. 25. 7. 22. 3. 13. TOTAL RITMO REALISTA ESCASEZ CONFIANZA EN UNO MISMO RASCACIELOS RETAR.

18. 11. 10. 23. 5. 7. 19. Reservados todos los derechos. 20. PAGE 44 . 12. DESALENTADOR SUPONGO QUE SÍ A PESAR DE CRUCE (DE CALLES) SIESTA INGENUO A PROPÓSITO DOLOROSO RETRATO TASA SEGURO DE SÍ MISMO APRETADO DISCUTIR (ACALORADAMENTE) REPARAR. 4. 13. 8. 25. 17. 22. 16. 2.List 41 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. 24. 6. 21. IMPLICAR PREDECIR TRANQUILIZAR RESUMIR APROVECHAR APUNTAR (ESCRIBIENDO) TENDENCIA BIENESTAR SILLA DE RUEDAS DISCOURAGING I GUESS SO IN SPITE OF INTERSECTION NAP NAÏVE ON PURPOSE PAINFUL PORTRAIT RATE SELF-CONFIDENT TIGHT TO ARGUE TO FIX TO GET LOST TO GO FOR A DRIVE TO IMPLY TO PREDICT TO REASSURE TO SUMMARIZE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TO WRITE DOWN TREND WELFARE WHEELCHAIR c Vaughan Systems. 9. 3. ARREGLAR PERDERSE DAR UN PASEO (EN COCHE) DAR A ENTENDER. 14. 2004. 15.

2. 17. 18. NO COCINADO REQUISITOS APRÓXIMADAMENTE MAL EDUCADO PAISAJE AUTÓNOMO (TRABAJADOR) DESDE CUANDO ESTAR ABURRIDO TENER GANAS DE HEREDAR INSTALAR DEBER (DINERO. UN FAVOR. 23. 16. 12. 24. 13. 10.) AMENAZAR DESAGRADABLE IMPOPULAR VOLUMEN BODA CAPRICHO SABIDURÍA ASHAMED GUIDELINES NARROW-MINDED NEGLIGENCE POVERTY PRESCRIPTION RAW REQUIREMENTS ROUGHLY RUDE SCENERY SELF-EMPLOYED SINCE WHEN TO BE BORED TO FEEL LIKE TO INHERIT TO INSTALL TO OWE TO THREATEN UNPLEASANT UNPOPULAR VOLUME WEDDING WHIM WISDOM c Vaughan Systems. 11. 19. 21. 3. 5. 15. 20. 4. Reservados todos los derechos. 22. 6. 14. PAGE 45 . AVERGONZADO DIRECTRICES DE MENTE ESTRECHA NEGLIGENCIA POBREZA RECETA (MÉDICA) CRUDO. 25.List 42 Vaughan S Y S T E M S 1. ETC. 8. 9. 7. 2004.

Presentations & Public Speaking Telephoning and conference calls Vocabulary for dealing with questions Interview evaluation sheet Vocabulary for business English .

? Is this the Customer Service Department? Could I speak to. PAGE 47 .Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S TELEPHONE EXPRESSIONS This is Sonia.. Connecting someone Can you hold the line? Can you hold on a minute/moment? Hold please. 2004. Reservados todos los derechos. How can I help you? (Not 'I am Sonia!') Excuse me... Answering a call Sonia speaking. Asking for someone Is Maria there/in? Could you put me through to Extension 123? Can I have Extension 123? I'll just put you through. c Vaughan Systems.. who's calling please? Asking who is on the telephone May I ask who's speaking? Who shall I say is calling? (Not 'Who is this?') Could you please tell me the number of your Madrid branch? Asking for a number Could you give me the number of the Human Resources department? Do you have the number for..

you are arriving on the 27th. You're breaking up – do you have a land line I could call you on? c Vaughan Systems. 2004. Reservados todos los derechos. I think we got cut off just then. this connection is terrible. Just to confirm.. could you call back later? Taking a message Can/Could/May I take a message? Would you like to leave a message? Leaving a message Could I leave a message for her? Could you pass on a message to Sonia for me please? Have I got this straight? Have I got that right? Checking information Let me just check the details... Could you repeat that please? Problems with the line I think there's some interference on the line. is that right? I'm sorry. PAGE 48 . I'm sorry. When someone is not available Maria's out/away at the moment.. The line is busy.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S TELEPHONE EXPRESSIONS I'm afraid Maria is not available at the moment.

Is there anything else I can help you with? Very nice to talk to you. If there's anything else. Talk to you again soon.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S TELEPHONE EXPRESSIONS Thank you for calling. you can reach me on my mobile/ my extension is 8893. Reservados todos los derechos. Ending a call Add any further sentences you can think of… c Vaughan Systems. PAGE 49 . 2004.

Add any further sentences you can think of… c Vaughan Systems.’ Contradicting a Statement Question E. You need have no worries on that front. use ‘actually’ or ‘as a matter of fact. haven’t we? Actually. we expect to have completed the work by next week. Answering Polite Questions That’s a good point.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S EXPRESSIONS FOR DEALING WITH QUESTIONS Do you mind if I ask you whether… Could you tell me if… Asking Questions – Polite I’d be interested to know… I’d like to know … Would you mind telling me/us about… Please do/ Go ahead/Certainly. That’s an interesting question. we’re right on target. .” I'd like to reassure you about that.g. Statement Questions Make a statement with a question intonation or a question tag. .“The project won’t be finished on time?” Or “We’ve underestimated the budget..” Or “The project won’t be finished on time? As a matter of fact. Giving Reassurance There is no need for concern on that point. I can understand your concern but. 2004. Reservados todos los derechos. PAGE 50 .g.“We’ve underestimated the budget. E. haven’t we?” If you want to contradict a statement question. I’m glad you asked me/raised that..

Public Speaking

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INTERVIEW EVALUATION SHEET

1.

START OF THE INTERVIEW * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

2.

TELL ME A BIT ABOUT YOURSELF * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

3.

HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT THIS POSITION? * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

4.

ACHIEVEMENTS * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

5.

STRENGTHS * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

6.

WEAKNESSES * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

7.

WHAT ARE YOUR LONG-TERM CAREER PLANS? * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

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WHY SHOULD WE CHOOSE YOU? * Verbal Communication (What is said) * Non-verbal Communication (How it is said) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5

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VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH

Let’s get down to business.

Beginning

Shall we make a start? I’d like to begin by… There are three points I’d like to make.

As you’ll see from the agenda…

Ordering

To begin with… I suggest we take this item first. Let’s start by looking at the issue of…

Turning to…

Introducing a new point

Moving on to… Turning our attention to… Let’s now focus on…

In addition…

Adding

Additionally We should also think about…

Let me give an example…

Giving an example

To illustrate this point, let’s consider… Let’s look at the case of… A case in point is…

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VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH

On the one hand,... but on the other hand... Although..., we must remember that...

Weighing up an idea

Even though..., we should still bear in mind that... In spite of..., I still think that... Despite the fact that..., we mustn’t forget that...

By and large... All in all... Most of the time... On the whole... In general... Generally speaking...

Generalising

Let me emphasize...

Emphasizing

Can I just draw your attention to...? I’d like to point out...

I’d prefer... to...

Stating preference

I’d rather... I tend to favour... as opposed to...

Let me wrap up by saying...

Concluding

Let me conclude with... I would like to conclude my comments by...

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VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH

What do you think?

Asking for an opinion

What’s your opinion? What’s your position on...? What are your views/ thoughts on...?

I strongly/firmly/really believe that... I really feel that... I am (absolutely) convinced... There can be no question that... It’s quite/crystal clear that... I’m certain/positive that...

Giving a strong opinion

In my opinion, we should… As I see it…

Giving an opinion

As far as I’m concerned… From my perspective/point of view… In my view…

As far as I know/ am able to judge...

Giving a weak opinion

It strikes me/ seems to me that... I would say that... I think it could be argued that...

I see what you mean.

Commenting on opinions

That’s an interesting point. That does need to be considered.

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to sum up… If I could just sum up the discussion… In short… Summarizing In brief… The main points that have been made are… The matter as it stands is… Just to review the main points so far… I’m 100% behind you. Let’s hear from… Giving someone the opportunity to speak So.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH Perhaps we’re missing the point. I think you’re right. I agree. Strong agreement I entirely agree with you. I’m in total agreement/accord. Shall we get back to the point? We haven’t heard from… I’d like to get your view… Can we hear what…has to say? I would like to invite…to present his views on… Would you care to comment? I think…would like to make a point. PAGE 55 . 2004. c Vaughan Systems. I think we are in agreement on that. Reservados todos los derechos. Neutral agreement I see your point. Relevance We’re getting off the point. I’m of exactly the same opinion.

Reservados todos los derechos. PAGE 56 . but… Polite disagreement I can see why you think that. I don’t agree at all. 2004.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH I agree. I couldn’t agree less. Tentative agreement I would tend to agree with you on that. but… c Vaughan Systems. You must be joking/ kidding! Frankly… Polite strong disagreement To be blunt… Bluntly… With (all due) respect… I really can’t agree with you about… I can’t say I share your views on… Tentative disagreement I’m not convinced about… I think we need more time to consider… There are two sides to the argument… I understand your point. Strong disagreement You’re completely in error/mistaken. What you are saying is unfeasible/ impossible. but… I’m not against it. I could never agree to that. but… I agree with you on the whole. but it could be argued/said that… I totally/completely disagree with you. I agree with you. I agree in principle. but… I can see what you’re getting at. but… Up to a point.

. There's absolutely no cause for concern about. For example… Adding information Seen from one angle/perspective/point of view… I wonder if you’ve considered… There are certain aspects we must bear/keep in mind… I don’t know if you’re aware of… Have you considered…? Has it occurred to you that. I'm afraid that.. I/we understand/share/appreciate your concern about.. 2004... PAGE 57 . I can't help feeling that....... Reassuring Let me assure you...Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH There are other considerations which must be taken into account.. I think we can disregard… Playing something down I don’t think we need to focus too much on… These are minor issues when one considers… c Vaughan Systems..? Do you realize/know that…? Wouldn’t you agree that…? Shouldn’t we consider…? I was wondering if you’d looked at…? Asking questions I have some reservations about.. Expressing concern or reservation I'm (rather/a little/somewhat) concerned/worried about.. I can assure you.. Reservados todos los derechos.

2004.. I'll come to that in a moment. Preventing an interruption Before we begin the discussion. To resume. Just let me finish. If I could return to the point I was making..... I think I have something to add which could be relevant. Firstly...Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH Excuse me.. PAGE 58 .. If it's alright with everyone.. and then I would like to... If you would be so kind as to let me finish. If I might just finish... Reservados todos los derechos. Stopping interruptions before they happen If I could briefly outline three points.... c Vaughan Systems. Can I say something here? Sorry to interrupt/ butt in...... Coming back to a point after an interruption Coming back to what I was saying.... I have a point to make here. may I interrupt here? Interrupting Just a moment... I'd like to take this opportunity to.... I'd just like to say. Joining in As I was saying. To return to. I have two points I'd like to make Very briefly.. Just wait a moment.. I'd like to. Could I come in at this point? If I could just say something here...

... Let me make sure I follow.? Is there.? Asking closed / leading questions Have you. So you're worried about.? What exactly do you mean by...? Could you tell us.. c Vaughan Systems. Could you go into a little more detail about....? Paraphrasing You feel that..? What sort of.......? If I understand you correctly... You feel that..? Are you going/planning to. Reservados todos los derechos... Perhaps you could tell us. PAGE 59 . 2004... please? I'm afraid I don't see what you mean. You want to. Asking general questions Did you. Could you repeat that? Would you mind going over that again....... Could you run that by us again please? Asking for repetition I'm afraid I don't quite follow.... Probing questions Could you tell us a little more about.? I was wondering if you could....... I'd be interested to know.? Let me see if I've understood you.Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH Can/could/may I just ask you.? Will there be.

...... Being unsure It's not impossible that.. PAGE 60 .. What I was trying to say is that... I'm fairly sure that.... It's possible that... There is a possibilty that. I'm almost certain that. perhaps I didn't make myself clear. Being fairly sure It's quite likely that. Being certain I'm (absolutely) sure that. there are a lot of issues to consider. Giving yourself time to think of an answer I'm glad you asked me that..Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH There seems to have been a slight misunderstanding. Reservados todos los derechos. You have raised a good point there. Probably.. That's an interesting question. 2004... There's no doubt. That's a difficult question to answer. I'm (100%) certain that. Sorry. Obviously...... Correcting misunderstandings That isn't quite what I meant. c Vaughan Systems. It's fairly probable that..

We are willing to... unless... 2004.. We are prepared to.. I don't think we could agree to that.. Being uncertain I have doubts about.....provided that... Accepting a bargain We wouldn't be prepared to.. Bargaining I think we could. We'd be reluctant to....Public Speaking Vaughan S Y S T E M S VOCABULARY FOR BUSINESS ENGLISH It's very unlikely that...on condition that....as long as. Reservados todos los derechos... PAGE 61 ....on the understanding that .. There's very little likelihood of.. I'm not sure/certain that.. Would that be acceptable? Confirming acceptability Does that seem satisfactory? Is that an acceptable compromise? We hope that this will be acceptable... I don't think there's any chance that... We will concede... Thinking something is unlikely It seems highly unlikely that. It is highly improbable that.... We are ready to.unless.. I'm uncertain about. c Vaughan Systems...if you compromise on..... unless..

Appendices Cloverdale’s Characters Sudoku Inglés Most Common Irregular Verbs Pronunciation of Common Regular Verbs Common Errors by Spanish Speakers .

Did Phillip have a busy morning yesterday? 2. Who usually makes breakfast? 11. What did he need the money for? 33. What time did he get to the office? 19. but yesterday he got up at 7:00 because his wife. Why did he get up earlier than usual? 6. he received the owner of a ceramic factory near Lincoln. At 12:00.000 to add a new building to his factory. What time was the first meeting? 23. PAGE 63 . What can you say about the ceramic factory? 34. Who did he have lunch with? 40. Who prepared breakfast for Phillip? 10. What did he prepare his children for breakfast? 14. What did they decide to do? 29. Was the meeting with a salesman? 24. What was the problem? 27. He prepared fried eggs and toast for Michael and Denise and at 8:30 he took them to school. He had three meetings during the morning. The first one was at 10 o’clock with the bank’s lawyer. He got to the office at ten minutes past nine. Did he get up at the usual time? 3. Who did Phillip receive? 31. 1. but yesterday was an exception. Nancy. Was the first meeting at 9:30? 22. He usually gets up at 7:30 every morning. Why did he leave home with his children? 18. The man needed $500. They decided to wait until the meeting of the bank’s Board of Directors to make a final decision. What time did Phillip go to lunch? 39. Did he have any meetings during the morning? 20. Nancy left home at 7:25 and Phillip made breakfast for himself and for the children. How many meetings did he have? 21.They had lunch in a small restaurant near the office. Did they discuss a problem? 26. How long did the meeting last? 38. What time did he get up? 4. At 11:30. Who did Phillip meet with at 12 o’clock? 36. Phillip Johnson had a busy morning. The ceramic factory was one the best in Nebraska and Phillip knew the man very well and trusted him. Phillip met with the chief commercial officer of the bank to discuss a salary question concerning one of the employees in the commercial department.They discussed a problem with an important client who wanted to suspend payments on a loan. Who did he leave home with? 17. Reservados todos los derechos. What time did he leave home? 15. Why did Nancy have to leave home early? 7. How much money did the man need? 32. What did Phillip do before the children got up? 13. Usually Nancy makes breakfast for all three. What time was his second meeting? 30. What time does he usually get up? 5. He went to lunch with the chief commercial officer at 12:30. What did they discuss? 37. had to leave home very early to take a report to a client of hers 70 miles from Lincoln. Did he leave home alone? 16. What time did Nancy leave home? 9. Was yesterday an exception? 12. How far was the client from their home? 8. Did they make a final decision during the meeting? 28. 2004. What was Phillip’s relationship with the man? 35. Phillip took a shower and had breakfast before the children got up.Cloverdale’s Characters Vaughan S Y S T E M S Philip Johnson Yesterday. Where did they have lunch? c Vaughan Systems. Who was the first meeting with? 25.

so Nancy had to drive a total of 160 miles before 10:00. What time does she usually get up? 3. How much time did she spend talkingto him? 22. Evans needed to give the plan to the company that is building a new master bedroom for him and his wife. PAGE 64 . but yesterday she got up at 6:30. Why wasn’t there a lot of traffic? 27. What did she do before having breakfast? 5. got dressed. How far is the technical school from Lincoln? 16. 18. Evans’ house? 21.Cloverdale’s Characters Vaughan S Y S T E M S Nancy Johnson Yesterday morning wasn’t a normal morning for Nancy Johnson. 1. She left home at 7:25 because she had to drive 70 miles to the west of Lincoln to deliver an interior design plan to John Evans. Evans? 10. She drove relatively fast and got to Mr. Explain why she had to drive 160 miles yesterday. Did she drive relatively fast or slowly? 20. Mr. What did she have to deliver to Mr. Who did she have a coffee with? 30. What is he doing with his house? 11. How far is it from Mr. Evans? 9. Why didn’t Nancy deliver the plan later in the day? 14. Nancy had to deliver it early in the morning because she didn’t have any time the rest of the day to drive to Mr. Evans’ house? 7. She spent ten minutes talking to him about some details of the plan and then started her drive to the school at 8:45. What time did she leave home? 6. Lincoln is a relatively small city and there isn’t a lot of traffic. What did she talk to him about? 23. and had breakfast in less than 45 minutes. How long was the trip to the school? 25. Was there a lot of traffic? 26. How far did she have to drive to Mr. What time did Nancy get to the school? 28. Her problem was that she had to be at the technical school where she teaches interior design at 10 o’clock.The technical school is 20 miles east of Lincoln. Why did Nancy have to be at the school at 10:00? 19. What did she have before going to her class? 29. Evans’ house? 17. Is the house east or west of Lincoln? 8. when her first class started. Evans’ house. Did Nancy have a normal morning yesterday? 2. Who is the new bedroom for? 12. Evans’ house at 8:35. What time did she get to Mr. What time did she have to be at the technical school? 15. Who is Mr. What time did she leave Mr. She had to drive 90 miles in an hour and fifteen minutes. What time did she get up yesterday? 4. She got to the school at exactly five minutes to ten. 2004. Evans’ house? 24. She had a quick coffee with one of the other teachers and entered her class at two minutes past ten. She usually gets up at 7:30. She took a shower. the owner of a house that she is decorating. Reservados todos los derechos. Fortunately. Who did he need to give the design plan to? 13. What time did she enter her class? c Vaughan Systems.

What did Nigel ask permission to do in the bookshop? 35. Did it get to Monte Carlo early or late? 15. Where did they leave their car? 11. Did they go up to the apartment? 24. What airport did they leave from? 8. Did they catch a bus or a taxi? 19. Nigel and his wife weren’t expecting to meet Ronny at the airport. so they caught a taxi and went to his apartment near the port. 1. at five minutes past one. so he and his wife spent some time looking at the shop windows along the street. They drove to Gatwick Airport on Wednesday morning and left the car at the airport parking lot. Nigel likes to spend time in bookshops.The plane left Gatwick on time at 11:15 and got to Monte Carlo ten minutes early. What kind of reservations did they have on the flight? 12.They had first class reservations for the two-hour flight. Did the plane leave late or on time? 13. called the porter. Did they drive to the airport or take a taxi? 17. Why didn’t they go up to the apartment? 25. Ronny still wasn’t there. Nigel didn’t have a key to the apartment. What did they do then? 28. What did he tell Nigel concerning the porter? 39. Were they expecting to meet Ronny at the airport? 18. Nigel and Margaret walked back to the building. Was Ronny at home when they got there? 22. What did Nigel and his wife do after talking to Ronny? 40.They decided to go to a small bookshop about 300 meters from Ronny’s apartment building. Who did he go with? 3. What day did they fly to Monte Carlo? 10. Did they go to Ronny’s office or to his apartment? 20. Ronny. Who did they go to Monte Carlo to visit? 4. Who met them at the airport? c Vaughan Systems. How far was the bookshop from Ronny’s apartment? 33. What was Margaret’s problem? 31. What did they do? 26. How often do they fly to Monte Carlo? 5. but his wife. What time did it leave? 14. The temperature was around 15 degrees and Nigel’s wife felt a little cold. PAGE 65 . Where was Ronny? 37. Reservados todos los derechos. so Nigel asked permission to use the telephone and called Ronny’s mobile number. and asked for the key. Was Ronny there the second time? 29. Who was he in a meeting with? 38. How much time did they spend looking at the shops? 27. They were surprised to find that their son wasn’t at home. How do Nigel and Margaret feel about bookshops? 34.Cloverdale’s Characters Vaughan S Y S T E M S Nigel Perkins Last week. In what period of the year do they go there? 6. He said he was sorry and told Nigel that the porter in his apartment building had a key to his apartment. they went back to the apartment building and tried again. Ronny was in a meeting with a tour operator not far from the bookshop. Nigel Perkins flew to Monte Carlo with his wife to visit their son. Why don’t they go there in the summer? 7. What city did Nigel fly to last week? 2. How was the weather that day in Monte Carlo? 30. After 20 minutes. What was their reaction to this? 23. doesn’t. Nigel and his wife go to Monte Carlo two or three times every year between November and March because Ronny is too busy the other half of the year to be with them. What time did the flight arrive? 16. Where did they decide to go? 32. Margaret. When did Ronny get home? 9. Ronny arrived two hours later. What telephone number did he call? 36. Where is the apartment? 21. 2004.

She thought this was strange. What kind of music did the gypsy group play? 28. What kind of surprise did Natasha have last night? 2. eating. Natasha got home at 11:00. How long did they stay in the office? 23. At 4:30. What time did Natasha go home? 31. ten minutes before Natasha was planning to go to the national library. Where is Gregori’s office? 18. How many people were there when she got there? 19. Why did she think this was strange? 16. drinking and dancing until 10:30. Where did she go at 4:30? 17. When she got there. Were they waiting for her or for Gregori? 20. What did they do at the nightclub? 29. She was glad that today was Friday. Did she have to get up early or late this morning? 34. Where was the nightclub? 26. Gregori called her on the phone and asked her to help him with a report he was trying to get finished before 5:30. What time was Natasha planning to go to the library? c Vaughan Systems. What did they want to celebrate? 21. What time did they leave the nightclub? 30. Did she want to tell them about her birthday? 5. Was there good vodka or good brandy at the club? 27. Did they have a good time? 24. Gregori? 8. Why didn’t she want to tell them? 6.Cloverdale’s Characters Vaughan S Y S T E M S Natasha Zarakovich Last night Natasha had a big surprise. as she does every day. How long did she talk to her mother? 33. What was she glad about this morning? 9. 1. Then Gregori invited all of them to a nightclub in the center of Moscow where there was good vodka and a gypsy group that played folk music. What didn’t she remember about her boss. because Gregori doesn’t usually ask her to work late. What did they have waiting for her? 22. She didn’t want to tell them because Russian people always bring a lot of food to the office to celebrate and Natasha was on a strict diet. What did Karina tell him? 10. Why didn’t she want to eat a lot of food? 7. What did she think concerning the people at the lab? 4. there were 10 people with cakes and tea waiting to celebrate her birthday. What did Gregori and Karina do yesterday? 11. Gregori and Karina had lunch together yesterday and Karina told him that it was Natasha’s birthday. At 4:20. But she didn’t remember that her boss. What was special for Natasha yesterday? 3. was going out a lot with one of her best friends. until 7:00 p. When did he say he wanted to finish the report? 14. 2004. Where did Gregori invite them? 25.m. What did he ask her to help him with? 13. Reservados todos los derechos. They stayed in the office. having a good time. Karina. What did she do before she went to bed? 32. because she had to get up early this morning to go to the laboratory. Did Natasha think this was normal or strange? 15. she went to his office on the third floor. What time did Gregori call her? 12. She talked to her mother for a few minutes and then went to bed. Yesterday was her birthday and she thought that nobody at the laboratory knew. PAGE 66 . They stayed at the nightclub. Gregori.

but this time she didn’t know what to say. a Ford Puma. 32. Did she go to the other car or stay next to hers? 23. it was a small car too. Why did she go to the other car? 24. Did she run the stop sign or did she stop in time? 14. What can you say about the accident? 19. Describe the man physically. She ran the stop sign and another car hit her on the passenger side. Did it happen in the morning? 3. she was a talking with Paco. probably the same age as Inés. Reservados todos los derechos. What can you say about the streets in that area? 10. What did Inés do regarding her phone conversation? 21. What did she do concerning her mobile telephone? c Vaughan Systems. Did she get out of her car or stay in it? 22. She was driving her car. She was happy to see that the other driver was a young man. What was the young Frenchman’s name? 41. Then. Did she talk a lot this time too? 35. What kind of car was she driving? 8. PAGE 67 .Cloverdale’s Characters Vaughan S Y S T E M S Inés García Yesterday. The accident was her fault. her boyfriend. When he got out of his car. It happened at about 5:45 p. What did he invite her to have with him? 42. Does Inés usually talk a lot or very little? 34. Why was she going to the University? 6. Where was she going at the time? 5.m. whose name was François Monet. She was listening to her boyfriend and didn’t notice a stop sign in front of her. the young Frenchman. invited her to have a coffee in a coffee shop across the street. as a result. 1. Inés simply looked at him and didn’t say anything. He was tall and very attractive. the accident wasn’t serious. Was the other car big or small? 17. He seemed like a very pleasant person. through the narrow streets in the center of Seville. Inés García had a traffic accident. She went to the other car to speak to the driver. on her mobile telephone. Did he seem like a pleasant or unpleasant person? 33. Inés usually talks a lot. What did the young man ask her? 37. Who was she talking to? 12. Why didn’t she talk a lot? 36. Did the other driver smile when he got out of his car? 27. Why was she happy when she saw the other driver? 25.They finished the paperwork in less than ten minutes. What happened to Inés yesterday? 2. Why wasn’t the accident serious? 20. he smiled and said hello in Spanish but with a French accent. When did it happen? 4. Inés cut her phone conversation and got out of the car. What did she get from her car? 39. At the same time. and. Did Inés accept or reject the invitation? 44. Where did the other car hit her? 16. What didn’t she notice in front of her? 13. How old was the other driver? 26. What did he say to Inés when he got out of his car? 28. Where was the coffee shop? 43. an Opel Corsa. Did she hit another car or did another car hit her? 15. Inés went back to her car and got the papers. Did Inés go back to her car or call her boyfriend? 38. What kind of accent did he have? 30. 2004. Fortunately. Inés accepted and disconnected her mobile telephone. when she was driving to the University of Seville for her evening course in Business Management and Finance. What did Inés do when the man said hello to her? 31. What part of Seville was she driving through? 9. Did he say hello in Spanish or in French? 29. What was she doing while she was driving? 11. How long did it take them to finish the paperwork? 40. What kind of car was it? 18. Whose fault was the accident? 7.The young man asked her if she had her car papers.

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Reservados todos los derechos. 2004.SUDOKU INGLÉS 3 Vaughan S Y S T E M S c Vaughan Systems. PAGE 70 .

PAGE 71 .SUDOKU INGLÉS 4 Vaughan S Y S T E M S c Vaughan Systems. 2004. Reservados todos los derechos.

SUDOKU INGLÉS 5 Vaughan S Y S T E M S c Vaughan Systems. Reservados todos los derechos. 2004. PAGE 72 .

PAGE 73 .Most Common Irregular Verbs Vaughan S Y S T E M S am. is. 2004. are become begin blow break bring build buy catch choose come cost cut deal with do drink drive eat fall feel fight find fly forget get give go grow have hear hold hurt keep know was. Reservados todos los derechos. were became began blew broke brought built bought caught chose came cost cut dealt with did drank drove ate fell felt fought found flew forgot got gave went grew had heard held hurt kept knew been become begun blown broken brought built bought caught chosen come cost cut dealt with done drunk driven eaten fallen felt fought found flown forgotten got/gotten given gone grown had heard held hurt kept known lead leave lend let lose make mean meet pay put quit read ring rise run see sell send set shut sit sleep speak spend stand steal take teach tell think throw understand wear win led left lent let lost made meant met paid put quit read rang rose ran saw sold sent set shut sat slept spoke spent stood stole took taught told thought threw understood wore won led left lent let lost made meant met paid put quit read rung risen run seen sold sent set shut sat slept spoken spent stood stolen taken taught told thought thrown understood worn won c Vaughan Systems.

2004. barring an oversight. but these.Pronunciation of Common Regular Verbs Vaughan S Y S T E M S There are many more important verbs not listed here. Reservados todos los derechos. PAGE 74 . Hard “d” sound Agreed Allowed Answered Appeared Arrived Believed Belonged Called Carried Changed Cleaned Closed Continued Copied Covered Cried Died Earned Enjoyed Explained Followed Gained Happened Joined Listened to Lived Moved Offered Owned Planned Prepared Played Preferred Pulled Rained Raised Received Retired Saved Seemed Served Showed Smiled Snowed Stayed Studied Tried Used Worried “t” sound Asked Checked Cooked Crossed Danced Escaped Finished Helped Hoped Jumped Laughed Liked Looked Missed Noticed Parked Passed Picked Progressed Promised Pushed Reached Stopped Talked Walked Washed Watched Wished Worked “id” sound (additional syllable) Accepted Acted Added Attended Attracted Avoided Contacted Counted Created Decided Depended on Divided Eliminated Existed Expanded Expected Hated Included Insisted Invented Invited Landed Lifted Lasted Needed Pointed Printed Rented Rested Shouted Started Treated Waited Wanted Wasted c Vaughan Systems. are the most commonly used.

Reservados todos los derechos. PAGE 75 .Common Errors By Spanish Speakers Vaughan S Y S T E M S The following list outlines some of the most common problems for Spanish speakers caused by direct translation.CORRECT VERSION!! To depend of something To spend money in something To pay something To buy to someone To work in something To focus in something To know to do something To be related with something To be committed with something Near of/from somewhere Close of/from somewhere To be based in something To be responsible of something To be the guilty (I’m the guilty) According with someone I must to study I can to swim I will to go Tell to us Ask to him To depend on something To spend money on something To pay for something To buy from someone To work on something To focus on something To know how to do something To be related to something To be committed to something Near somewhere Close to somewhere To be based on something To be responsible for something To be one’s fault (It’s my fault) According to someone I must study (NEVER to) I can swim (NEVER to) I will go (NEVER to) Tell us (NEVER to) Ask him (NEVER to) c Vaughan Systems. 2004. SPANGLISH ENGLISH .

CORRECT VERSION!! Call to Mary I am agreed Are you agreed? To explain you To listen me To listen it To propose them An important problem The best important The important is.. 2004.Common Errors By Spanish Speakers Vaughan S Y S T E M S SPANGLISH ENGLISH . PAGE 76 . Reservados todos los derechos.. To do a purchase To make a travel To make a question To make business To make research To take a drink/meal To arrive to an agreement To get an objective To have sense People is Persons We are three Call Mary (NEVER to) I agree Do you agree? To explain to you (ALWAYS to someone) To listen to me (ALWAYS to someone) To listen to it (ALWAYS to something) To propose to them (ALWAYS to someone) A big problem The most important The important thing is... To make a purchase To make/take a trip To ask a question To do business To do/carry out research To have a drink/meal To come to/reach an agreement To reach/achieve an objective To make sense People ARE People There are three of us c Vaughan Systems.

Reservados todos los derechos. 2004.Common Errors By Spanish Speakers Vaughan S Y S T E M S SPANGLISH ENGLISH . PAGE 77 .CORRECT VERSION!! Actually (= actualmente) Illusioned (= ilusionado) Really (= en realidad) Impressing How curious! (= Qué curioso) In a future Question (= asunto) To discuss (= disputar) May I take lent your pen? To count a history To assist to class To remember someone to do something The competence (= competencia) Nothing of nothing Particular lessons To learn English is funny Customer fidelity A familiar car Tonight (= anoche) This night (= esta noche) All the days All the day Currently/presently Hopeful/excited Actually Impressive That’s funny/interesting In the future Issue/matter To argue May I borrow your pen? To tell a story To attend class To remind someone to do something The competition/competitors Nothing at all Private lessons Learning English is fun Customer loyalty A family car Last night Tonight Everyday All day (long) c Vaughan Systems.

.] c Vaughan Systems.A. Reservados todos los derechos...S.CORRECT VERSION!! During 4 years It’s for this reason that.. It’s the same the same than/that different that I have 21 years 10% of discount 10 thousands of people 1 thousand million (= 1.000 million) For 4 years That’s why. It doesn’t matter The same as Different than I am 21 years old A 10% discount 10 thousand people 1 billion [U.Common Errors By Spanish Speakers Vaughan S Y S T E M S SPANGLISH ENGLISH . PAGE 78 . 2004.

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