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Alabar sus agujetas. Alabar sus agujas. Cada ollero alaba su puchero. Quien no se alaba, de ruin se muere. Es para alabar a Dios. Alabaos, coles, que hay nabos en la olla. Alambicar los sesos. Alamparse por riquezas. Allanar la casa. Allanar el camino. Alargar la mecha. Alargar la cura. Alargar la bolsa. The grain is smothered by the weeds. To be oppressed, overheated, by the crowd. To abandon the clerical profession. Hang me if I do it!

Spare yourself the trouble of talking. To be thoroughly inconsiderate of others. To spend beyond one's means is a bad preparation for old age. Obey, without farther excuse! To scare away the birds, or flies. Poverty parts friends. To humble a person. To oblige one to do his duty. To act conscientiously. To praise one's own merchandise. To praise one's self. Each crow thinks its own young the whitest. Who can boast of having arrested fortune's wheel? I admire your taste! Diffidence does not prosper.

It is a glory to God. A reproach to those who are unrea- sonably desirous of being preferred to others. To cudgel one's wits. To thirst for riches. To enter the house forcibly, with a search warrant. To pave the way to obtaining some- thing. To protract a negotiation; to raise a salary. To prolong a negotiation for the sake of profit.

To prepare for some great expendi- ture. Alarg6 la piel. Alastrar un navio. Alborotar la calle. Ni te alborotes, ni te enfotes. Alcanzar de alguno. Alcanzarsele poco a alguno. Asno con oro alcanzalo todo. Alcanza quien no cansa. Alcanzar a uno de razones. Mis posibles no alcanzan d eso. Alcanzar a ver. Alcanzar en dias. El remedio no alcanz6 a curar la enfermedad. Caballo que alcanza, pasar querria.

No le alcanzaran galgos. Cada uno alega en derecho de su dedo. Alegrar las luces. Alegrarsele a uno los ojos. Aligerarse la ropa. Aligerar un caballo. Alindar el ganado. Alinearse los soldados. Alotar las anclas. Alquilar un cuarto alhajado con assistancia, 6 sin ella. Alquil un sim6n para ir al paseo. Alterar la moneda. Alzar un entredicho. Alzar figura. Alzar los ojos, 6 las manos. Alzar el dedo. He gave up the ghost. To ballast a ship nau. To disturb the neighborhood. Neither believe nor disbelieve blindly. To prevail upon any one.

To be of weak understanding. Even a fool, if rich, can get what he wants. He who does not tire achieves. To get the better of another in argu- ment. My means are not equal to that. To descry. To live long. This medicine does not reach the root of the evil. A person whose aspirations are never satisfied. A Scoicjijcousinship ; a very distant relationship.

Every one looks out for his own interest. To snuff the candles. To show gladness in one's eyes. To dress very lightly. To make a horse move lightly and freely. To drive cattle to pasture. To fall into line mil. To stow the anchors nau. To let, a furnished room, with or without board. I hired a hackney-coach to go to the fashionable drive. To debase the coinage. To raise an injunction. To assume an air of importance. To raise the eyes or hands. To raise the forefinger in assever- ation or affirmation.

Alzar 6 levantar el gallo. Alzar la cresta. Alzar velas. Alzarse con algo. Alzar el rastrojo. Alza y baja de los fondos publioos. Alzar las eras. Alzar el precio. Alzar 6 levantar rey, 6 por rey. Alzar el destierro. Alzar 6 levantar pendones. Alzome a mi mano, ni pierdo ni gano. Alzarse a mayores. Alzar alguna cosa. Alzarse con el santo, y con la li- mosna. Alzar la obra.

Alzarse el agua. Alzar cabeza. Alzar los naipes. Alzarse 6 levantarse con el dinero. Quien bien ama, tarde olvida. Amagar y no dar. Cuando Dios amanece, para todos aparece. Yo amaneci en Madrid, y anocheci en Toledo. Por mucho madrugar, no amanece mas temprano. Arreboles al oriente agua amane- ciente. Amaestrar un caballo. Quien feo ama, hermoso le parece. Quien ama el peligro, perece en el. To show one's self proud or arrogant. To be elated with pride. To set the sails nau.

To defraud. To run the first furrows with the plough. The rise and fall of public securities. To finish the harvesting of grain. To raise the price. To proclaim a king. To pardon an exile. To proclaim loudly ; to make public. He who is not hampered by affairs can act freely. To be petulant. To lay away anything. To abscond with money entrusted to one's care.

To stop work. To stop raining. To recover from a calamity or dis- ease. To cut the cards. To win all the stakes in gambling. He who loves truly is slow to forget. To threaten, but not strike. Is this the dawn of day for you! The sun shines on the just and on the unjust. God give you a happy morrow! I was in Madrid at dawn, and in To- ledo at twilight. It dawns none the sooner because we rise early. A red sky in the morning indicates rain. To break in a horse. Love is blind.

He who loves danger will perish by it. Cada dia gallina, amarga la cocina. La verdad amarga. Amoldar las agujas. Amontonarse el juicio. Amparar en la posesi6n. Amusgar las orejas. El tiempo anda. El reloj 6 el molino anda. Los planetas 6 las maquinas andan. Andar 6 estar por las nubes el mar. El carro no anda.

Andar con las cruces a cuestas. Andar estaciones. Ir 6 andar las estaciones. Tornar a andar las estaciones. Andar al uso. Andar en coplas. Andar en palmas. Andarse por las margenes, 6 las ramas. Anden y tnganse. Andar de rama en rama. Andar en retrucanos. Andar en coplas, 6 de boca en boca. Andar triste, 6 alegre. Andese la gaita por el lugar. Andar de una camada. No se ande V. No andar en dengues. Camino de Santiago, tanto anda el cojo como el sano. Andar como el cangrejo. We cling to those whom we need.

Constant repetition wearies. The truth may be bitter to the evil doer. To polish needles. To lose one's presence of mind. To keep one in possession of prop- erty. To listen ; to prick up one's ears. Time flies. The watch or the mill goes. Planers or machines move. The sea runs mountains high. The wheels are clogged ; the busi- ness does not prosper. To pray to God. To pray at certain shrines in order to obtain indulgences. To mind one's own business. To return to one's evil habits. To conform to the times. To be very well known. To be universally applauded.

To beat about the bush ; not to come to the point. To play fast and loose. To dwell upon unimportant details. To play upon words. To be the town talk. To be sad, or merry. It is of no consequence ; I do not care. Like seeks like. Do not stand upon compliments. Not to mind trifles. Good pilgrims accommodate their pace, and arrive together.

To go backward, like a crab. Quien anda entre la miel, algo se le pega. Andar de zoco en colodro ; 6 de Her6des a Pilatos. Andando el tiempo. Andar con dilatorias. Estar a un andar. Andar el mundo al rave's. Andar de barrio. Andar por hacer, 6 decir una cosa. Andar divertido. Andar con las manos en la cinta. Andar de Zeca en Meca. Andar de aca para alia, 6 para aculla. Andar a la flor del berro. Andar de bardanza. Andar a la gandaya, 6 trastejando. Andar la ciudad.

Andar con el hato a cuestas. Andar a la balda. Andar arrastrando. Andar a la briba, 6 a la sopa ; 6 an- dar buscando. Andar a tres menos cuartillo. Andar, quedar, 6 estar a la cuarta pregunta. Andar de pie" quebrado. Andar tentando. Andar a tientas, 6 a ciegas. Andar a sombra de tejado. Andar a monte. Andar aperreado. Andar de nones. Andarse a picos pardos. Andar a grilles. You cannot touch pitch without being defiled. To escape Scylla and fall into Charybdis. In the course of time. To waste another's time with false promises. To be on the same story of rooms. To reverse the order of nature.

To wear a simple dress. To be about to say or do a thing. To be engaged in love affairs. Not to have anything to do. To rove about ; from Dan to Beer- sheba. To be a vagrant. To stroll and wander about. To go here and there ; to be unset- tled. To wander, gad, or roam. To scour the city.

To lead a nomadic life. To lead a vagabond life. To live in misery. To beg. To be very short of anything. To be utterly destitute of funds. To be in increasingly narrow circum- stances. To grope where we cannot see ; to make efforts or trials. To grope in the dark ; to fumble. To hide ; to skulk ; to abscond. To skulk ; to lurk in hiding-places. To be harassed, or fatigued. To be idle. To follow idle pursuits ; to loiter. To waste time in useless pursuits. Andar manga por hombro. Andar por su cabal. Andar 6 venir con un palmo de len- gua.

Anda mal. Andar a tatas, 6 a gatas. Andar sin sombra. Andar balando por alguna cosa. A mayor andar. A peor andar. Quien mal anda, mal acaba. Quien con lobos anda, a aullar se ensefia. Andar 6 estar en la danza. Andar en malos pasos. Andarse tocando tabletas. Andar como ardilla. Andar 6 ir de capa caida. Andar en balanza. Andar en cuerpo.

Andar con mosca. Andar de puntas. No andar en contemplaciones. Andar 6 estar torcido con alguno. Andar en quintillas. Andar a capazos. Andar en puntas. Andar al pescuezo. Andar en dimes y diretes. Andar en dares y tomares. Andar a mia sobre tuya; 6 a la zarpa; 6 andar al morro, 6 al pelo. Andar a tr6mpis.

To play truant. To be very careless in domestic af- fairs. To live selfishly. If I am comfortable, what care I for ridicule! To be overheated. He is a bad walker. To walk timidly j to creep. To crave ; to desire anxiously. To long anxiously for something. At best ; at most. At worst. He who lives ill, dies ill. He who lives with wolves will learn to howl ; evil communications cor- rupt good manners.

To be implicated in an affair. To be in a bad way, as to conduct. To be disappointed. To be as active as a squirrel. To be" crestfallen. To be in danger of losing property or place. A remedy, in order to be effectual, should be applied promptly. Ill-gotten gains never prosper. Much toil and little profit. To fidget. La mujer y la camuesa 6 cereza por su mal se afeitan. Aficionarse con exceso a Muy aficionado a Baco. Afilar el ingenio.

Afilar las unas. Aflojar la cuerda; 6 aflojar al arco la cuerda. Aflojar el animo. Aflojar las riendas. Aforrar una casa. Aforrar un cabo. Agarrarse d'e un pelo. Agarrarse a, 6 de, buenas aldabas. Agarrarse de un clavo ardiendo. Agitarse una cuesti6n 6 negocio. Agotar la paciencia. Si la vista no me agrada, no me aconsejes nada. Grano a grano agrega para tu ano. Aguantar la mecha, 6 el pujo. La ocasi6n no aguarda. Aguzar el ingenio, 6 vista. Aguzar las orejas. Aguzar los dientes.


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Piedra sin agua, no aguza en la fragua. Ahilarse el vino. Ahogar los odios. For whom does the wife of the blind man dress? Powder and paint are worn to con- ceal defects. To give one's mind to Very fond of the bottle. To make a great effort for a special purpose. To make an intelligent effort; to sharpen one's wits. To stop working for needful rest. To rest or refresh one's self by enter- tainment.

To relax watchfulness or authority. To ceil a house. To serve a cable nau. To support an opinion ; to furnish an excuse ; to 'split hairs. To avail one's self of an influential protector. To seize a red-hot nail ; to take any means, however dangerous, to accomplish one's object. To discuss a question warmly. To weary one's patience. If the appearance does not satisfy me, you cannot persuade me.

A little every day amounts to much in a year. To be patient ; to resign one's self. Time and tide wait for no man. To sharpen the wit, or sight. To prick up the ears ; to listen intently. To whet the appetite. Nothing is to be gained without the use of proper means. To turn, and grow ropy applied to wine. To forget enmities. Ahogarse de gente. Ahorcar los hdbitos. Ah6rrese V. No ahorrarse con nadie ; ni con su padre. Ahorrar para la vejez, ganar un maravedi, y beber tres. Ahuyentar los pajaros, 6 las moscas. La miseria ahuyenta amigos. Ajar la vanidad a alguno.

Ajustar a uno la golilla. Agitarse con su conciencia. Alabar sus agujetas. Alabar sus agujas. Cada ollero alaba su puchero. Quien no se alaba, de ruin se muere. Es para alabar a Dios. Alabaos, coles, que hay nabos en la olla. Alambicar los sesos. Alamparse por riquezas. Allanar la casa.

Allanar el camino. Alargar la mecha. Alargar la cura. Alargar la bolsa. The grain is smothered by the weeds. To be oppressed, overheated, by the crowd. To abandon the clerical profession. Hang me if I do it! Spare yourself the trouble of talking. To be thoroughly inconsiderate of others. To spend beyond one's means is a bad preparation for old age. Obey, without farther excuse! To scare away the birds, or flies. Poverty parts friends.

To humble a person. To oblige one to do his duty. To act conscientiously. To praise one's own merchandise. To praise one's self. Each crow thinks its own young the whitest. Who can boast of having arrested fortune's wheel? I admire your taste! Diffidence does not prosper. It is a glory to God.

A reproach to those who are unrea- sonably desirous of being preferred to others. To cudgel one's wits. To thirst for riches. To enter the house forcibly, with a search warrant. To pave the way to obtaining some- thing. To protract a negotiation; to raise a salary. To prolong a negotiation for the sake of profit. To prepare for some great expendi- ture. Alarg6 la piel. Alastrar un navio. Alborotar la calle. Ni te alborotes, ni te enfotes. Alcanzar de alguno. Alcanzarsele poco a alguno. Asno con oro alcanzalo todo.

Alcanza quien no cansa. Alcanzar a uno de razones. Mis posibles no alcanzan d eso. Alcanzar a ver. Alcanzar en dias. El remedio no alcanz6 a curar la enfermedad. Caballo que alcanza, pasar querria. No le alcanzaran galgos. Cada uno alega en derecho de su dedo. Alegrar las luces. Alegrarsele a uno los ojos. Aligerarse la ropa. Aligerar un caballo. Alindar el ganado. Alinearse los soldados. Alotar las anclas. Alquilar un cuarto alhajado con assistancia, 6 sin ella. Alquil un sim6n para ir al paseo.

Alterar la moneda. Alzar un entredicho. Alzar figura.

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Alzar los ojos, 6 las manos. Alzar el dedo. He gave up the ghost. To ballast a ship nau. To disturb the neighborhood. Neither believe nor disbelieve blindly. To prevail upon any one. To be of weak understanding. Even a fool, if rich, can get what he wants. He who does not tire achieves. To get the better of another in argu- ment. My means are not equal to that. To descry. To live long. This medicine does not reach the root of the evil. A person whose aspirations are never satisfied. A Scoicjijcousinship ; a very distant relationship.

Every one looks out for his own interest. To snuff the candles. To show gladness in one's eyes. To dress very lightly. To make a horse move lightly and freely. To drive cattle to pasture. To fall into line mil. To stow the anchors nau. To let, a furnished room, with or without board. I hired a hackney-coach to go to the fashionable drive. To debase the coinage. To raise an injunction. To assume an air of importance. To raise the eyes or hands. To raise the forefinger in assever- ation or affirmation.

Alzar 6 levantar el gallo. Alzar la cresta. Alzar velas. Alzarse con algo. Alzar el rastrojo. Alza y baja de los fondos publioos. Alzar las eras. Alzar el precio. Alzar 6 levantar rey, 6 por rey. Alzar el destierro. Alzar 6 levantar pendones. Alzome a mi mano, ni pierdo ni gano. Alzarse a mayores. Alzar alguna cosa. Alzarse con el santo, y con la li- mosna. Alzar la obra. Alzarse el agua. Alzar cabeza. Alzar los naipes. Alzarse 6 levantarse con el dinero. Quien bien ama, tarde olvida. Amagar y no dar. Cuando Dios amanece, para todos aparece. Yo amaneci en Madrid, y anocheci en Toledo. Por mucho madrugar, no amanece mas temprano.

Arreboles al oriente agua amane- ciente. Amaestrar un caballo. Quien feo ama, hermoso le parece. Quien ama el peligro, perece en el. To show one's self proud or arrogant. To be elated with pride. To set the sails nau. To defraud. To run the first furrows with the plough. The rise and fall of public securities. To finish the harvesting of grain. To raise the price. To proclaim a king. To pardon an exile. To proclaim loudly ; to make public. He who is not hampered by affairs can act freely.

To be petulant. To lay away anything. To abscond with money entrusted to one's care. To stop work. To stop raining. To recover from a calamity or dis- ease. To cut the cards. To win all the stakes in gambling. He who loves truly is slow to forget. To threaten, but not strike. Is this the dawn of day for you! The sun shines on the just and on the unjust.

God give you a happy morrow! I was in Madrid at dawn, and in To- ledo at twilight. It dawns none the sooner because we rise early. A red sky in the morning indicates rain. To break in a horse. Love is blind. He who loves danger will perish by it. Cada dia gallina, amarga la cocina.

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Los planetas 6 las maquinas andan. Andar 6 estar por las nubes el mar. El carro no anda. Andar con las cruces a cuestas. Andar estaciones. Ir 6 andar las estaciones. Tornar a andar las estaciones. Andar al uso. Andar en coplas. Andar en palmas. Andarse por las margenes, 6 las ramas. Anden y tnganse. Andar de rama en rama. Andar en retrucanos. Andar en coplas, 6 de boca en boca. Andar triste, 6 alegre. Andese la gaita por el lugar. Andar de una camada.

No se ande V. No andar en dengues. Camino de Santiago, tanto anda el cojo como el sano. Andar como el cangrejo. We cling to those whom we need. Constant repetition wearies. The truth may be bitter to the evil doer. To polish needles. To lose one's presence of mind. To keep one in possession of prop- erty.

To listen ; to prick up one's ears. Time flies. The watch or the mill goes. Planers or machines move. The sea runs mountains high. The wheels are clogged ; the busi- ness does not prosper. To pray to God. To pray at certain shrines in order to obtain indulgences. To mind one's own business. To return to one's evil habits. To conform to the times. To be very well known. To be universally applauded. To beat about the bush ; not to come to the point. To play fast and loose. To dwell upon unimportant details.

To play upon words. To be the town talk. To be sad, or merry. It is of no consequence ; I do not care. Like seeks like. Do not stand upon compliments. Not to mind trifles. Good pilgrims accommodate their pace, and arrive together. To go backward, like a crab. Quien anda entre la miel, algo se le pega.

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Andar de zoco en colodro ; 6 de Her6des a Pilatos. Andando el tiempo. Andar con dilatorias. Estar a un andar. Andar el mundo al rave's. Andar de barrio. Andar por hacer, 6 decir una cosa. Andar divertido. Andar con las manos en la cinta. Andar de Zeca en Meca. Andar de aca para alia, 6 para aculla. Andar a la flor del berro.

Andar de bardanza. Andar a la gandaya, 6 trastejando. Andar la ciudad. Andar con el hato a cuestas. Andar a la balda. Andar arrastrando. Andar a la briba, 6 a la sopa ; 6 an- dar buscando. Andar a tres menos cuartillo. Andar, quedar, 6 estar a la cuarta pregunta. Andar de pie" quebrado. Andar tentando. Andar a tientas, 6 a ciegas. Andar a sombra de tejado. Andar a monte. Andar aperreado. Andar de nones. Andarse a picos pardos. Andar a grilles. You cannot touch pitch without being defiled. To escape Scylla and fall into Charybdis.

In the course of time. To waste another's time with false promises. To be on the same story of rooms. To reverse the order of nature. To wear a simple dress. To be about to say or do a thing. To be engaged in love affairs. Not to have anything to do. To rove about ; from Dan to Beer- sheba. To be a vagrant. To stroll and wander about. To go here and there ; to be unset- tled. To wander, gad, or roam. When you cross the bridge, don't look down. The trousers were worn at the bottom. He's very sloppy in his dress.

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He left his wife. He frequently neglects his work. As it was warm, she was fanning herself. The news depressed him very much. The opening in this sweater's small and my head won't go through. The windows are open. The asphalt was softened by the heat. The fender was badly dented. We'll pay the difference. This is the best time to fertilize the fields. I'm going to subscribe to these chamber-music concerts. These blankets are very warm.

The wall protected me from the rain. Wrap up well before you go out. Please open the door. When was the box opened? Unlock the cabinet with this key. If you back out the deal won't go through. He was making his way through the crowd. Buckle the child's belt. I have to button my jacket. The governor abused his authority. He betrayed my confidence. Come here. I hope we'll be seeing you around here soon. This piece of furniture has a fine finish. I'm worn out. The finish of the table was perfect. Finish your work quickly. Let's put an end to this discussion. They exhausted all the resources of the country.

They wiped out the enemy. I've just arrived. I'll end up by going crazy. I ran out of money. The patient's feverish this afternoon. The argument became heated. I got overheated playing baseball. Maybe he'll come tomorrow. Do you have it by any chance? Take some money just in case you need it.

Those troops are going into action. The plot develops rapidly. This word's stressed on the last syllable. He has a good accent. I don't know anything about that. Bring up a chair for me, please. He approached the door. Whoever guesses the number wins. He couldn't find the house. He hit the bull's-eye. These oranges are very sour. That suit you bought's a good choice. He was elected by acclamation. This matter must be clarified. It seems to be clearing up. It's a well-to-do family. Put the suitcases carefully on the rack. She adapts herself to circumstances.

Make yourselves comfortable, for we have plenty of time. They agreed to it unanimously. Do you remember this? Would you please shorten the jacket. It's time to put the children to bed. He became sick and they laid him on a bench. He goes to bed early but it takes him a long time to get to sleep. He was lying on the couch. He's an accredited representative of the French government. He's a doctor of good reputation. It's a solvent firm. His creditors are after him. There's been a lot of activity around the office this morning.

In addition to his regular job, he has a lot of other activities. It was an act of courage. The ceremony took place in the afternoon. The third act is about to begin. He did it right away. Present circumstances are unfavorable. Nowadays coffee is scarce. At the present time he's in Chicago. They rushed to his aid. He didn't keep his appointment. They came to an agreement. We're of the same opinion. I did it according to your instructions.

They accused him of manslaughter. We acknowledge receipt of your letter. You have to pay in advance in that hotel. This boy surpasses the rest of the class. They went ahead of all the others. They were doing eighty kilometers and they passed us. Your watch gains time. Put your watch ahead; it's slow. My watch is five minutes fast. His Spanish is improving little by little. I wanted to invite you, but your friend beat me to it. Go ahead. From now on we'll do it this way. You'll understand it later on. Farther on we came upon a house.

Come in! This house has all the latest improvements. I don't want to go, and besides it's too late. Besides fruit we're going to have ice cream. I'm going inside. I'll bet you can't guess what happened to me today. I'm amazed at his nerve. He admired his friend's work. They were amazed at his courage. He was admitted to the engineering school.

Tips not accepted. He doesn't allow interruptions. You can't go where I'm going. Where are you going? They adopted a little girl. They've adopted a new plan. He assumed an air of great importance. The room's nicely fixed up for the party. The dress was trimmed with lace. They paid customs duties. I noticed some mistakes in his report.

I'm warning you not to do it again. I told you so. He has regard for all his office companions. I'm a great baseball fan. This is an amateur company. He's very fond of reading. He's become fond of sports. He's one of my in-laws. The loss of their mother grieved them very much. They grieved over their friend's misfortune. Loosen the bandage a little. Don't slacken in your work in war time. The storm let up.

Let's go out. They live in the suburbs. Get out! Bend down; the ceiling's very low. Hold the rope tight. I caught an awful cold. She caught hold of my arm so she wouldn't fall. He's agent for a big insurance company. The company's sent several representatives to discuss the matter.

Ask the policeman where St. James Square is. He's quick in his movements. She has a very quick mind. Shake well before using. The politician stirred up the workers. When she heard it she got very excited. They ran through the inheritance. He's wearing himself out working so much. The edition went out of print quickly. The provisions gave out in a short time. I appreciate your kindness.

I thanked him very much for his help. They're going to enlarge their store. This makes the situation worse. The patient got worse. We saw the military attache of the American Embassy. You have to add more details to the report. He wants a glass of cold water. We're having a rainy spell. You're right, that's as clear as crystal. Man overboard! Last night's storm washed out the road.

You have butterfingers. Don't be a wet blanket. It's amazing how much he can stand. This is unbearable. Hang on tight! You have to take it. We expect him tomorrow at ten o'clock. I've been waiting for you for hours. The knife had a very sharp point. He's a very clever boy. She has a very high-pitched voice. He's always making such witty remarks! The two streets form an acute angle. What would you like after dinner — coffee, tea, or mint water? Do you have a needle to sew on these buttons?

One of the hands has fallen off my watch. The train's passed the switch. Sharpen the end of the stick a little. He pricked up his ears. There's your friend. What have you got there in your pocket? That way, please. Your hat's somewhere around here. Hello there, what's new? He tried to choke him. Many animals were drowned in the flood. This room's so small and hot that I'm suffocating. I'm going home now. Now, what do you think? Now then, let's get this problem cleared up. Do it right away. He just left. We'll do it this way from now on.

Up to now we've never had this problem. We have enough food for the present. They hanged him the same day. We're going to see him right now. How much have we saved this month? The air in this room's very stuffy. There's a very strong wind blowing. He looks like a millionaire. He looked very tired. We spent three hours in the open air. Se da aires de persona importante. He puts on airs. Don't meddle in other people's affairs.

He started swearing. You have to tighten those screws. This cover doesn't fit. They met to decide peace terms. Let's settle accounts. He lifted the trunk to show off his strength. The sleeves of this coat have to be lengthened. Would you hand me the suitcase, please? The children are making a lot of noise. He's always short of money. They caught up with us quickly. I can't reach that can of tomatoes. He reached the rank of general. From here I can't see it.

The flowers will brighten up the table. I'm very glad to see you. Why are you so happy today? They're very cheerful people. What a bright-colored suit that is! He's a little tipsy. He showed great joy when he saw him. He was ill, but today he's all right. She needs a little cheering up. Encourage him to do it. Have you something to tell me? It seems rather expensive to me. Have you got some money? You must have a reason for telling me. I don't know whether this'll be of any use to you. Somebody's knocking at the door. Has anybody come? I hope you'll come again some day. I want to ask you some questions.

Do you want to ask me any questions? Do you need anything else? He visits us now and then. Some people have no patience. He was out of breath when he got here. Es una persona de muchos alientos. He's a very energetic person. We have to lighten the load. Hurry up, it's late. This food's not nourishing enough.

He enlisted in the Foreign Legion. We'd better get ready early because the train won't wait. There it is!


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  7. He's up there waiting for you. Your friends are in there. Let's go that way. The village is beyond those trees. I saw 'em over there a while ago. Put it over there. His house is there on the right. She lives far from there. From there one could see perfectly. He says we should go that way. It's a town of people.

    My dear child! Lo siento en el alma. I'm terribly sorry. Lo voy a consultar con la almohada. I'm going to sleep on it i. They rented a house. Rooms for rent. They were sitting around the table.

    You are here

    It cost about thirty pesos. We have to make some changes in our plans. He showed signs of great emotion. There were disorders all over the country. His coming changed our lives completely. Don't get excited; it's nothing. What's that very tall building? He talked to a high official of the Treasury Department. Prices are very high in this store. Don't talk so loud. He returned very late at night. They live in the upper story of that house. The house is on top of the hill. We've overlooked many important facts. We stopped along the way to have lunch. The soldiers halted at the entrance to the town.

    I don't feel well at such a high altitude. The lighting's poor in this part of the city. The street lamps don't give enough light. Can you light the way? He didn't raise his eyes from the book. They revolted against the government. He stole the money. In the summer it dawns earlier than in the winter. That guy's very embittered. He makes life miserable for everyone around him. He couldn't stand the bitterness of the coffee. His misfortunes caused him great bitterness. They soon became friends.

    He made friends with John. He got acquainted there in a short time. We talked with the owner of the house. Don't tell the boss. He likes to talk of love. He's found a new love. Yes, darling. He has too much pride. He was peeved by what you said. I want an enlargement of this photograph.

    They furnished the house very luxuriously. Do you think the road's wide enough for cars? This suit's too big for me. What's the width of the material? We took a long hike up to the summit. You're a great gadabout, my boy. It's too far to walk. The train began to move. Is that clock going? I've been chasing around all day. He didn't win the prize, but he came close to it.

    The child's going on seven. Move on! Go on!


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