Appendix B #I-J-K-L-M-N-NN Useful expressions for informal speaking (simulated conversation)

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Appendix B section C # H-I-J-K-L-M-N-NN Useful expressions for informal speaking (simulated conversation)

have you thought about?

¿has pensado que?

don't you think that?

¿No te parece que?

why don't you consider?

¿Por qué no consideras?

what do you think if?

¿qué te parece si?

It would be better that

sería mejor que

it seems to me that

a mí me parece que

after thinking about it

después de pensarlo

for me

para mí

personally, I prefer

personalmente, yo prefiero

I am a little confused

estoy un poco confundido

I am not sure what you said, but

no estoy seguro de lo que dijiste pero

that is the last straw!

¡eso es el colmo!

don't even think about it!

¡ni lo sueñes!

It can't be!

¡no es posible!

I can't take it anymore!

¡No puedo más!

good grief!

¡qué barbaridad!

that's terrible!

¡qué horror!

I am so sorry!

¡cuánto lo siento!

what a shame!

¡qué lástima!

what a pity!

¡qué pena!

and what do you think?

¿y tú? ¿qué piensas?

for that reason

por esa razón


por lo tanto


ya que

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