Lesson 19
Getting new vocabulary II


 

Chapter 7

CROWDED- lleno de gente

The theatre was crowded that night

The theatre was crowded that night

The theatre was crowded that night

The theatre was crowded that night

The theatre was crowded that night

 

To RISK(ED)- arriesgar

Neither of his two friends risked saying anything

Neither of his two friends risked saying anything

Neither of his two friends risked saying anything

Neither of his two friends risked saying anything

 

To WHISTLE(D)- Silbar

The audience started to shout and whistle

The audience started to shout and whistle

The audience started to shout and whistle

The audience started to shout and whistle

 

ORCHARD- Huerto de frutas

The moonlight in the orchard was false

The moonlight in the orchard was false

The moonlight in the orchard was false

The moonlight in the orchard was false

 

FLUNG- past tense of “Fling” arrojar

She flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She
flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She
flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She
flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

 

TRAMPLE(D)- pisoteada

She flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

She flung herself at his feet like a trampled flower

 

To SOB(BED)- sollozar

She sobbed

She sobbed

She sobbed

She sobbed

She sobbed

 

SHRANK- past tense of SHRINK- encoger

She shrank to the floor like a wounded creature

She shrank to the floor like a wounded creature

She
shrank to the floor like a wounded creature

She
shrank to the floor like a wounded creature

 

WOUND(ED)- herido

She shrank to the floor like a wounded creature

She shrank
to the floor like a wounded creature

She shrank
to the floor like a wounded creature

She shrank
to the floor like a wounded creature

 

FAULT- culpa (noun)

It was the girl’s fault

It was the girl’s fault

It was the girl’s fault

It was the girl’s fault

It was the girl’s fault

 

To REGRET- remordimiento (noun)- REGRET(TED) (verb)

He felt regret

He felt regret

He felt regret

He felt regret

He felt regret

 

HUNG- Past Tense of “Hang”- Colgar

He hung a big screen in front of the portrait

He hung a big screen in front of the portrait

He hung a big screen in front of the portrait

He hung a big screen in front of the portrait

 

 

 

Chapter 8

DROWSILY-  Con sueño, “Drowsy” adjective- Somnoliento

What time is it? Asked Dorian, drowsily

What time is it? Asked Dorian,
drowsily

What time is it? Asked Dorian, drowsily

What time is it? Asked Dorian, drowsily

 

SIP- Sorbo, trago

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

 

DEALT with, Past Tense of DEAL with- Tratar, ocuparse de

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

He sat down and after having a few sips, dealt with his letters

 

To HESITATE- Dudar

He hesitated for a moment

He hesitated for a moment

He hesitated for a moment

He hesitated for a moment

He hesitated for a moment

 

To SQUEEZE (D) – Apretar, exprimir

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

 

TIGHTLY- Apretadamente, con fuerza, firmemente

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

He took his hands and squeezed them tightly

 

To BEAR the BURDEN Cargar con el peso

The portrait would bear the burden of his shame

The portrait would
bear the burden of his shame

The portrait would
bear the burden of his shame

The portrait would
bear the burden of his shame

 

 

 

Chapter 9

SORROW- dolor, pena

A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure

A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure

A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure

A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure

 

to ARGUE- discutir, pelear

Don’t argue with me, Basil

Don’t
argue with me, Basil

Don’t argue with me, Basil

Don’t argue with me, Basil

Don’t argue with me, Basil

Don’t argue with me, Basil

 

  

 

Chapter 10

CANVAS- lienzo

The face on the canvas has an evil and aged expression

The face on the canvas has an evil and aged expression

The face on the canvas has an evil and aged expression

The face on the canvas has an evil and aged expression

The face on the canvas has an evil and aged expression

 

WRINKLE(D)- arrugado

He also liked to compare his fair hands with the wrinkled hands in the picture

He also liked to compare his fair hands with the wrinkled hands in the picture

He also liked to compare his fair hands with the wrinkled hands in the picture

He also liked to compare his fair hands with the wrinkled hands in the picture

 

JEWELLERY- Joyería

He became interested in the history of jewellery

He became interested in the history of jewellery

He became interested in the history of jewellery

He became interested in the history of jewellery

 

 

Chapter 11

FOG- Niebla

With this fog I don’t even recognise my street

With this fog I don’t even recognise my street

With this fog I don’t even recognise my street

With this fog I don’t even recognise my street

With this fog I don’t even recognise my street

 

BREATHE(D) Respirar

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

 

LIT (past tense Light) a cigarrette- Encender con fuego

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

Dorian breathed and lit a cigarette

 

VILE- vil

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

 

DEGRADED- Degenerado

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

They say you are vile and degraded

 

TARNISHED- deslustrado, manchado

Sir Henry Ashton had to leave England with his name tarnished

Sir Henry Ashton had to leave England with his name tarnished

Sir Henry Ashton had to leave England with his name tarnished

Sir Henry Ashton had to leave England with his name tarnished

 

SCORNFULLY- Con desprecio

You are talking about things that nobody knows, said Dorian scornfully

You are talking about things that nobody knows, said Dorian scornfully

You are talking about things that nobody knows, said Dorian scornfully

You are talking about things that nobody knows, said Dorian scornfully

 

GOSSIP- cotillear

I know perfectly well how people in England gossip

I know perfectly well how people in England gossip

I know perfectly well how people in England gossip

I know perfectly well how people in England gossip

 

CRADLE- cuna

England is the cradle of hypocrites

England is the cradle of hypocrites

England is the cradle of hypocrites

England is the cradle of hypocrites

England is the cradle of hypocrites

 

 

MOCKINGLY-burlonamente

Dorian laughed mockingly

Dorian laughed mockingly

Dorian laughed mockingly

Dorian laughed mockingly

Dorian laughed mockingly

Dorian laughed mockingly

 

 

 

Chapter 12

DRAUGHT- Corriente de aire – juego de damas- conscripción militar

They felt a cold draught

They felt a cold draught

They felt a cold draught

They felt a cold draught

They felt a cold draught

They felt a cold draught

 

UNTIDY- Desordenado

Basil Hallward looked at the untidy, dusty room

Basil Hallward looked at the untidy, dusty room

Basil Hallward looked at the untidy, dusty room

Basil Hallward looked at the untidy, dusty room

 

To DRAW BACK- descorrer

Draw back this curtain and see mine

Draw back this curtain and see mine

Draw back this curtain and see mine

Draw back this curtain and see mine

 

SWOLLEN-  Swell = hinchar Hinchado

The swollen eyes still reminded one of Dorian Gray’s blue eyes

The swollen eyes still reminded one of Dorian Gray’s blue eyes

The swollen eyes still reminded one of Dorian Gray’s blue eyes

The swollen eyes still reminded one of Dorian Gray’s blue eyes

 

CRUSH(ED) Aplastar

Dorian Gray crushed the flower with his hand

Dorian Gray crushed the flower with his hand

Dorian Gray crushed the flower with his hand

Dorian Gray crushed the flower with his hand

 

To MAKE a wish- Pedir un deseo

I made a wish: to stay young and beautiful

I made a wish: to stay young and beautiful

I made a wish: to stay young and beautiful

I made a wish: to stay young and beautiful

 

STAB- Clavar, apuñalar

He threw himself on him and stabbed him

He threw himself on him and stabbed him

He threw himself on him and stabbed him

He threw himself on him and stabbed him

 

To MOAN- Gemir

The painter moaned and raised his extended arms

The painter moaned and raised his extended arms

The painter moaned and raised his extended arms

 

To DRIP- Gotear

Something started to drip onto the floor

Something started to drip onto the floor

Something started to drip onto the floor

Something started to drip onto the floor

 

 

 

 

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