July 2014 LHH Vocabulary
Review of Vocabulary and expressions from July
Terms in this set (35)
If you don't eat the courgettes, they will go off.
You will have to throw them away because you can't eat them.
It smells bad.
You use dough for
pizzas and pies.
She's keen on cooking.
Cooking is an activity she really enjoys.
from lakes or rivers
from the sea
I spilled red wine on my shirt.
Now I have a stain and I can't get it out.
I dropped food on the floor
but the dog ate it.
Let's grab a bite to eat.
I'm on it. (opposite)
I'm not with it. (estoy despistada)
I feel a bit tipsy
after I drink a few glasses of wine.
to be on the same wavelength with someone
to have the same ideas and opinions as another person
It's a piece of cake! Anybody can do it.
It's really easy!
Thailand is famous for
their lovely Thai massages, and beautiful beaches.
to check something out
to have a look
to check in/out
of a hotel
to move up the ladder
to get promoted
She's really impatient (NO) for the concert.
She can't wait for the concert.
If you could have done something different in your career,
what would you have done?
I have something pending (NO)
I have unfinished business.
I'm disappointed in you.
You let me down.
Why should I choose you
over the other candidates for this job?
your main strengths?
Give me an example of how
you solved a difficult situation?
What are you biggest
achievements in your career?
How do you see
yourself in 5 years?
What has been your
What do you think you can
bring to the company and this position?
Have good posture. Sit up straight.
Don't slouch. (opposite)
I got my car repaired.
They fixed my car.
I got my suit cleaned.
I paid the dry cleaner to clean my suit.
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