2nd year of BACHILLERATO
English in a minute (short videos)
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Vocabulary and idiom expressions related to JOBS
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Take a Seat & Make a friend
In the middle of a city square sits a giant tub of colorful balls and above it hangs a sign that says, “Take a Seat & Make a Friend“. Two strangers climb in and talk about life questions, some funny, some serious.
What starts out as what may seem like a weird social experiment turns into the sharing of life stories, laughter, hugs, and even a secret handshake or two.
|wallflower n||figurative (shy person) (mujer)||la fea del baile loc nom m|
|(hombre)||el que no baila loc nom m|
|slang (things you wish to do before dying)||cosas por hacer antes de morir grupo nom|
|Swimming with dolphins is on Susan's bucket list.|