Ficha 13.0. They suggested that she destroy her dog who was named after her. They had a vicarious pain in doing so ,if opened a bottle of sparkling water


🚣🚣🚣.con SUGGEST y RECOMMEND podemos cometer el error de traducir literalmente así ….. Me sugirió …. ⛔️Suggested me ……Me recomendó …….⛔️recommended me
💠Con SUGGEST y RECOMMEND nunca va después un 🔻pronombre
🔻ni tampoco verbo en infinitivo sino las siguientes construcciones ……….
✅SUGGEST ,RECOMMEND THAT ……………Le sugirieron que fuera a un gimnasio para reforzar la musculatura ……. ➡️➡️They 🔻suggested THAT he should go to the gym to strengthen his muscles ……….. ( la construcción con ‘should’ es más coloquial que poner el verbo directamente en subjuntivo ,es decir …….. they suggested that he go to the gym……..🚨recordemos que el subjuntivo nunca pone la S en tercera persona singular …… erramos al decir …… They suggested that he goes.

✅SUGGEST ,RECOMMEND …ING … …………. ➡️➡️She recommends caressing her skin with care ………. Ella recomienda acariciar su piel con cuidado ………….. ➡️➡️My father suggests breaking up with that girl …….mi padre sugiere que rompa con esa chica……. ….⛔️suggests me to break up .

✅SUGGEST,RECOMMEND TO (ME,HIM ,THEM )…….ING………………➡️➡️His maid suggested to him buying some new pricey sheets ………….. su sirvienta le sugirió que comprara algunas sábanas nuevas de las caras …………… ➡️➡️Y él le recomendó que se metiera en sus asuntos ………. …..And he recommended to her 🔗minding her own business

✅con el posesivo MY se suele oír también, aunque es más formal ……………➡️➡️Me sugieren que deje los estudios …………. They suggest MY ( nunca ME) 🔗dropping out of school .

🚣🚣🚣.TRICKY WORDS

↗️VICARIOUS ….. Es vicario pero como en español lo decimos sólo en el ámbito religioso es difícil ,pero daremos la idea de indirecto, algo que se vive o experimenta poniéndose en el lugar del otro .Raro pero es así ….. … Cuando decimos por ejemplo …..➡️vicarious feeling ……. Sentimiento que tiene otro …….➡️vicarious pain …..dolor ajeno ………➡️Vicarious liability…….. Responsabilidad ajena .

↗️DESTROY …… no es tricky word en el sentido común de destrozar sino en el de sacrificar a un animal , que se puede decir ↗️SACRIFICE , KILL, DISPOSE OF, pero en este apartado vemos rarezas , entonces es ……destroy a dog ,a pet, a kitten …… Sacrificar un perro, mascota ,gatito ……

🚣🚣🚣.PHRASAL .

Hay dos muy buenos con AFTER ….. ↗️TO NAME AFTER ↗️TO TAKE AFTER ……. Llamarse como y parecerse a ,respectivamente ……….veamos …… ….. ➡️➡️A Chonchi le pusieron el nombre de la abuela porque se parece mucho …….. Chonchi was named after grandma because she takes after her so much.

🚣🚣🚣.IDIOM

↗️ON TAP …… significa en ingles literalmente del grifo ….. Agua del grifo es ….↗️TAP WATER …….en Inglaterra siempre hay que especificar si quieres mineral o con gas ……mineral es ……. ↗️SPRING WATER ……. y con gas ……….. ↗️SPARKLING WATER ……….pero ⚠️OJO que ON TAP significa también estar algo disponible ………. ➡️➡️Tengo dos números de teléfono disponibles por si nos falla la cobertura ………. I’ve got two telephone numbers on tap in case we 🔗fall short of range .

🔗🔗🔗.ficha 12

↗️TACKLE ……vimos que es 🔹aparejos de pesca …. Si decimos 🔹jarcias o aparejos de un barco debemos decir ….↗️RIGGING y viene bien recordar que plataforma petrolífera se dice ↗️RIG.
↗️CONSIST OF …….. Consistir en siempre va con OF !

🚣🚣🚣.WORDS

↗️BOUNTIFUL …… Referido a persona es 🔹generoso y referido a cosas o situaciones es 🔹abundante ……..tenemos sinónimo en ↗️MUNIFICIENT que no es munición sino generoso ( es una palabra muy formal ) , munición se dice ↗️AMMUNITION ( las putaditas del inglés) .

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↗️DELICACY …..Exquisitez …… Tenemos sinónimo en ↗️TIDBIT

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PODCAST . BBC 4. Thought of the day

Remember running through the listening reading the script after the first go …… Recuerda repasar el audio leyendo el guión después de la primera oída

Thought for the Day – 11/07/2014 – Catherine Pepinster
DURATION: 02:55
If you believe newspaper headlines, Lord Patten, the former chairman of the BBC Trust, is to become the Pope’s right-hand man. The truth is more prosaic: Lord Patten is going to chair a committee that will look at the Vatican’s media strategy. And key to that, says the Vatican, is improving its digital channels.

Yet Pope Francis already has a Pope App, and 14 million followers on Twitter, not to mention the Vatican’s use of Facebook and You Tube. They’re already adding significantly to the bombardment we’re under from all kinds of media, 24/7.

The Vatican’s media strategy announcement was made on the same day it was revealed that around half of Britain’s managers work the equivalent of an extra day of unpaid overtime a week. According to a management study, much of the blame for the boundaries between home and the office dissolving, is down to smartphone technology. Emails, tweets and all kinds of communication are hammering away at us, making it impossible to relax, to think, or to meditate. Some of us may even want that kind of distraction, because it means we don’t have to face up to deeper or tougher issues.

While I understand why the Vatican believes it needs to be as effective as it can be as a communicator, it seems to me that what the Church is best placed to offer people today is the opposite of the twittersphere: it is silence. Silence has become the most precious commodity in our noisy world of often senseless chatter. Churches are that rare thing today: places where you can sit in silence, almost listen to the sound of the lack of noise.

There’s a long tradition of silence in Christianity, from the moments of silent prayers during services, to retreats where people spend days in complete silence, focusing instead on prayer. In Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus goes out into the desert for 40 days and nights to pray alone. Anyone who’s ever been in the desert will know its rich silence when you’re alone, so unlike normal life today.

But in the Christian tradition silence is not advocated for silence’s sake. St Benedict devoted a whole chapter of his rule for monks on keeping silent. Cultivating an inner stillness and silence, he advised, was a way to listen to God and experience his presence.
Benedict wrote his rule in the sixth century of the Christian Era. But his urging to get rid of the noise both outside you and inside your head, and be attentive to what is most important, is as wise today as it was then. For silence can bring a peacefulness that is all too elusive in a world of full of digital chatter.

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