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Trabajo final de inglĂŠs Creado por Adriana VizcaĂ­no Mora Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad Dic, 2012


Agent-ˈeɪʤʌnt Dictionary A person who acts on behalf of another person, group, business, government, etc. representative.

Sentences 1- Your local travel agent should be able to help.

2- I am an agent to the call center.


Blood-ˈblĘŒd Dictionary The fluid that circulates in the principal vascular system of human beings and other vertebrates, in humans consisting of plasma in which the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are suspended. Sentences 1- Blood vessels pour out protein rich exudate which causes swelling.

2- My type blood is A+.


Customer -ˈkʌstʌmɜr Dictionary A person who purchases goods or services from another; buyer; patron.

Sentences 1-This means that because of our unique services and experience, we are able to attract customers from all over the country. 2- The customer is angry with my partner for the service.


Dessert-ˈdezɜrt Dictionary Cake, pie, fruit, pudding, ice cream, etc., served as the final course of a meal. Sentences 1- Dessert spoon full of seed in the hopper every day. 2- I like to eat dessert before the lunch.


Elephant-ˈelʌfʌnt Dictionary Either of two large, five-toed pachyderms of the family Elephantidae, characterized by a long, prehensile trunk formed of the nose and upper lip, including Loxodonta Africana. Sentences 1- Talk of pink elephants calls to mind Dorothy b. Hughes, whom I discovered recently.

2- My prefer animal is the elephant.


Face-ˈfeÉŞs

Dictionary

The front part of the head, from the forehead to the chin. Sentences 1- He has a pale face with dark markings around his nose.

2- My face is very pretty.


Guide-ˈgaÉŞd Dictionary To assist (a person) to travel through, or reach a destination in, an unfamiliar area, as by accompanying or giving directions to the person. Sentences 1- Guide dogs in the front of house bar. 2- My brother is a guide in the Hotel Campana.


Have-ˈhĂŚv Dictionary To possess; own; hold for use. Sentences 1- Have potential to benefit from them. 2- I have an iPhone. ( in my dreams)


Ice-ˈaÉŞs

Dictionary

The solid form of water, produced by freezing; frozen water. Sentences 1- Add the rum and fill the glass with crushed ice.

2- I put ice in my drink.


Jump-ˈʤʌmp Dictionary To spring clear of the ground or other support by a sudden muscular effort; leap. Sentences 1- Jump on the bandwagon " over the next year.

2- My daughter jump in my bed.


Key-ˈki: Dictionary

A small metal instrument specially cut to fit into a lock and move its bolt. Sentences 1- Key stage 2 or 3 programs of study.

2- The house key is lost.


Later-ˈleɪtɜr Dictionary Continued until after the usual time or hour; protracted. Sentences 1- Later on it would be their duty to punish such audacity and high-treason with the utmost rigor. 2- You are later.


Matter-ˈmætɜr Dictionary The substance or substances of which any physical object consists or is composed. Sentences 1- Matters related to breast cancer. 2- My matter prefer is science.


Night-ˈnaÉŞt Dictionary

The period of darkness between sunset and sunrise. Sentences 1- Night's sleep... baby's development - massage or Mozart? 2- This night I'm going to see a movie.


Out-ˈaĘŠt Dictionary Away from, or not in, the normal or usual place, position, state, etc. Sentences 1- I got the words out in time to stop the king. 2- Get out here please.


Place-ˈpleÉŞs Dictionary

A space, area, or spot, set apart or used for a particular purpose. Sentences 1- What are my chances to get the first place in search engine listings?

2- I like this place because is a paradise.


Quickly-ˈkwɪkli: Dictionary

In a rapid or speedy manner; swiftly. Sentences 1- I moved quickly toward it 2- The internet´s ICE is quickly.


Race-ˈreÉŞs Dictionary A group of tribes or peoples forming an ethnic stock. Sentences 1- The human race evolved on a diet with a ratio of about of these acids. 2- My best friend is a black race.


Surprise-sɜrˈpraɪz Dictionary To strike or occur to with a sudden feeling of wonder or astonishment, as through unexpectedness. Sentences

1- It is always a pleasant surprise to see who turns up. 2- I give a surprise to my daughters.


Tea-ˈti: Dictionary

The dried and prepared leaves of a shrub. Sentences 1- Tea with traditional scones and home made cakes. 2- I like green tea.


University-Ìju:nʌˈvɜrsʌti: Dictionary

An institution of higher education having authority to award bachelors' and higher degrees, usually having research facilities. Sentences 1- Those attending university outside of wales will still have to pay the full top-up fee amount.

2- I study in the University from teacher.


Voices-ˈvɔɪsʌz Dictionary The sound or sounds uttered through the mouth of living creatures, especially of human beings in speaking, shouting, singing, etc. Sentences 1- Voice from heaven confirmed the apostles interpretation of the inspired prophets. 2- I hear voices in my head.

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