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3ºESO Term 1

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hang-up
something you are worried or depressed about - something quite permanent and psychological
tough
difficult
build up
to increase slowly (your runnning distance, for example)
carry on
to continue doing something
get out of
avoid something you don't want to do
hook up
connect something technological.
join in
to become part of a group
let someone down
to disappoint someone
live on
to eat only one type of food
set up
to start (a business, an organisationm etc)
bone
break a _____
yourself
cut ______
eye
get a black ______
graze
_______ your knee
pull
_______ a muscle
ankle
sprain your ________
face the music
to accept a punishment, to accept reality
neck
to get it in the ______
hand
give someone a ______
heights
to have a head for _______
teeth
to lie through your ______
lose heart
to lose hope and motivation
foot
to put your _____ down
couch potato
someone who sits on the sofa all day and is unfit
junk food
unhealthy, fast food
shabby
adj. old, in a bad condition.
short temper
You get angry easily. You have a ________
groan
verb and noun: a noise that you make when you are relaxing or relieved.
take in
Phrasal verb: to understand, internalise.
concerned
As far as I'm _________ (In my opinion)
aware
As far as I'm _________ (As far as I know)
frilly
Adjective: con volantes
seek out
to look for (s.th. valuable or poetic)
provide
to give someone something that they need.
upset
to have an _______ stomach
as a whole
in general
regret
verb: to wish you had never done something
overhear
verb: to hear a conversation that you are not part of.
overwhelmed
adjective: to be unable to cope with something.
handle
verb: to be able to cope with something. 'I can _______ it.'
resentful
adjective: when you are angry with someone for an extended period of time, because of something they did.
pride
noun: 'His father was full of ______ when he won the race. He told all his friends.'
advise
verb: 'I think you should tell the truth' = 'I ______ you to tell the truth.'
throw a wobbly
A rather old-fashioned way of saying 'to lose your temper.'
blow your top
to lose your temper = to b____ your t____
do wonders for
To improve something very much. 'Sleeping well 'd____ w______ f_____' your concentration.
wind someone up
to annoy or make fun of someone, until they get angry.
temper
to get angry: lose your _______
defuse
to calm people down when they are starting to fight: _______ a situation
piece of your mind
'Give someone a _____ __ _____ _____' (Be angry with someone, and tell them why.)
sense of humour
to see the funny side of things: to have a _____ __ ______
blow
The get really angry: 'to _____ your top'
do as you please
= 'do whatever you want'
go
suggest you (to go / going / go)
stopped
I would rather you (stop / stopped / stopping / to stop)
stay
I would rather (stay / stayed / staying / to stay)
to eat
I would prefer (to eat / eat / eating / ate)
speaking
I suggest (speak / to speak / speaking)
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