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31 terms

Idiomatic Expressions: ir, llegar, ponerse, tener

taken from Abriendo Paso, pp. 423-424
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ir al centro
to go downtown
ir de compras
to go shopping
ir de tiendas
to go shopping
llegar a tiempo
to be on time
llegar tarde
to be late
llegar temprano
to be early
llegar a ser
to become (goal achieved over time)
ponerse de acuerdo
to agree, to come to an agreement
ponerse de pie
to stand
ponerse de rodillas
to kneel
tener buena/mala cara
to look good/bad
tener calma
to be calm
tener celos
to be jealous
tener cuidado
to be careful
tener deseos de
to feel like
tener dolor de (garganta, cabeza, etc.)
to have a sore (throat, headache, etc.)
tener envidia
to be envious
tener éxito
to be successful
tener ganas de
to feel like
tener mucho gusto en
to be pleased to
tener en cuenta
to take into account
tener la culpa
to be to blame, to be one's fault
tener la palabra
to have the floor
tener lástima de
to feel sorry for
tener lugar
to take place
tener miedo
to be afraid
tener presente
to keep in mind, to take into account
tener prisa
to be in a hurry
tener que ver con
to have to do with
(no) tener razón
to be right (wrong)
tener vergüenza
to be ashamed/embarrassed