Chapter 11 Words and Phrases

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los apuntes

the notes (academic)

el despertador

the alarm clock

el estrés

the stress

el horario

the schedule

el informe (oral/escrito)

the report (oral/written)

la nota

the grade (academic)

el plazo

the deadline

la presión

the pressure

la prueba

the quiz;test

la tarjeta de identificación

the identification card

el trabajo

the job; work; report; piece of work

el trabajo de tiempo completo/parcial

the full time/part time job

el calendario

the calender

la llave

the key

el brazo

the arm

el dedo (de la mano)

the finger (of the hand)

el dedo del pie

the toe

el pie

the foot

la pierna

the leg

Discúlpe(me)

Pardon me. I'm Sorry.

Fue sin querer

I didn't mean it.

Lo siento mucho

I'm very sorry

perdón

Pardon me; Excuse me

distraído/a

absentminded; distracted

escrito/a

written

estresado/a

stressed out; under stress

estudiantil

(of) student(s)

torpe

clumsy

último/a

last; final

universitario/a

(of the) university

la luz

the light; electricity

las luces

the light; electricity (plural)

la taza

the cup

hace + time + que + preterite

ago 1

preterite + hace + time

ago 2

hace + time + que + present

to have been (doing something) for (time)

-mente

-ly (adverbial suffix)

por Dios

for heaven's sake

por ejemplo

for example

por lo menos

at least

por primera/última vez

for the first/last time

por si acaso

just in case

por supuesto

of course

por todas partes

everywhere

qué + adj.

how + adj.!

acabar

to finish; to run out of

apagar (gu)

to turn off

quedar

to remain; be left

olvidar

to forget

perder (pierdo)

to lose (I lose)

acordarse (me acuerdo) (de)

to remember (I remember) (about)

estacionar

to park

recoger (recojo)

to collect; to pick up (I collect; pick up)

sacar (qu)

to get (grades)

sufrir (de) (muchas presiones)

to suffer; to be under (a lot of pressure)

entregar (gu)

to turn in; to deliver

llegar a tiempo/tarde

to arrive on time/late

olvidarse de

to forget about

tomar

to take, to drink

caer (caigo)

to fall; to drop (I drop)

caerse

to fall down

chocar (qu) con/contra

to run into; bump against

equivocarse (qu) (de)

to be wrong; to make a mistake (about)

hacerse daño

to hurt oneself

hacerse daño en

to hurt one's (body part)

lavantarse con el pie izquierdo

to get up on the wrong side of the bed

pedir (pido) (i) disculpas

to apologize

pegarse (gu) en/con/contra

to run; bump into/against

romper(se)

to break

tener buena/mala suerte

to have good/bad luck; to be (un)lucky

doler (duele)

to hurt, to ache (I hurt)

pegar (gu)

to hit

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