Neologismos en inglés

Hoy repasamos algunos Neologismos más recientes y que empiezan a aparecer en el habla inglesa coloquial Shero Es un héroe, pero en femenino, una heorína, pero especialmente cuando apoya causas feministas, por los derechos de las mujeres. Tasker Es una persona que vive...

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Idioms through pictures

 to have nine lives (especially of a cat) to be very lucky in dangerous situations: Cats are supposed to have nine lives.        ...

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Idioms through pictures

Sunday driver A person perceived as driving in a slow and unskilful way: Move over, you Sunday driver! So beware, the Sunday driver with the flat cap and pipe is a myth, the real Sunday driver is someone unaware of those around them and their driving skills! Now many...

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Idioms through pictures

to lose sleep over/about something to worry about something: I wouldn't lose any sleep over what happened. Yes, Kelly is in a little bit of trouble, but I'm not going to lose any sleep over her. Don't lose any sleep over the matter. I refuse to lose sleep about it. No...

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10 Phrasal verbs con UP

1. Blow up Hace referencia a que algo explote o poner una bomba. Aquí tienes una frase de ejemplo: He drove over a land mine and his Jeep blew up. (El condujo por un campo de minas y su Jeep explotó) 2. Break up (with somebody) Significa romper con alguien, acabarse...

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Phrasal verbs con “Keep”

keep [sb/sth] from doing [sth] EN: Prevent ESP: Impedir Ej. sorry to keep you from your work. I shouldn’t have called during working hours. keep sth up EN: to continue without stopping or changing. ES: seguir el ritmo.  Ej. “Keep up the good work!” keep sth from sb...

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