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Colegio Sagrado Corazón de Jesús 6th Bilingual Miss Ana Lucia Pérez TOEIC


Maria de los Angeles Cifuentes Morales Key 2 Date: 13.3.14

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Index 1. Front Page 2. Index 3. Proofread Essays 3.1. 3.2.

Movie Maker (Reflective Essay) Important Character (Informative Essay)

4. Two-Word Verbs 5. Printscreen of Movie Maker 6. Reflection

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Dolphines By: Maria de los Angeles Cifuentes Morales Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals and are part of the family of toothed whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. They are found worldwide, mostly in shallow seas of the continental shelves, and are carnivores, for this reason, they eat fish and squid. Dolphin coloration varies, but they are generally gray in color with darker backs than the rest of their bodies. Most species live in shallow areas of tropical and temperate oceans throughout the world. Dolphins frequently leap above the water surface, this being done for various reasons, consequently, when travelling, jumping can save the dolphin energy as there is less friction while in the air, for this reason, this type of travel is known as porpoising. Other reasons include orientation, social displays, fighting, non-verba communication, entertainment and attempting to dislodge parasites. Dolphins live in social groups of five to several hundred. They use echolocation to find prey and often hunt together by surrounding a school of fish, trapping them and taking turns swimming through the school and catching fish. Furthermore, they are well known for their agility and playful behavior, making them a favorite of wildlife watchers.

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Abraham Lincoln By: Maria de los Angeles Cifuentes Morales Abraham Lincoln, the son of a farmer, was born born near Hodgenv ille, Kentucky, on February 12, 1809. Although his parents were virtually illiterate, and he spent only a year at school, he developed a love of reading. In his spare time Lincoln continued his studies and became a lawyer. He was a member of the fairly new Republican party which strongly opposed allowing any of the southern states to secede. Lincoln won the 1860 election and was inaugurated as president in March of 1860. On January 1, 1863 Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. This was an order that freed the slaves in the Confederate States. Lincoln adhered to the Whig theory of the presidency, which gave Congress primary responsibility for writing the laws while the Executive enforced them, also he presided over the expansion of the federal government's economic influence in several other areas. President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth while attending a play at the Ford Theatre in Washington D.C. He died the next day on April 15, 1865. Lincoln is most famous for leading the country during the American Civil War. His leadership in the North helped the country to remain strong and defeat the South keeping the country united. He also pushed for the freedom of all slaves throughout the nation .

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Movie Maker

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Referrals: A person referred or recommended to someone or for something

Example: Inappropriate referrals will be redirected to the appropriate service.

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Mandatory: Authoritatively ord ered; obligatory; c ompulsory: It is ma ndatorythat all stu dents take two yea rs of math

The requirements, which also make it mandatory to report suspected abuse


Hazards: A chance; an accident.

Example: plastic water bottles are becoming a major environmental hazard

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Booth: A small, often enclosed compartment, usually accommodating only one person

Regrettable: Ca using or des erving regret; unfortunate

Example: The cabin booth is for taking pictures.

Exa mple:The bombing of the Chi nese Embassy was a deeply regrettable mistake

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Invoice: A nonnegotiable com mercial instrument i ssued by a seller to a buyer.

Adjourned: To suspend until a later stated time.

Example:The invoice, which i sent on monday, didn't turn up until today

Example:Adjourned to allow the landlord to give evidence.

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Trainee: One who is being trained.

Example: In addition, solicitors responsible for supervising trainees must review performance on a quarterly basis

Bid: Propose a payment. An authoritative direction or instruction to do something. Example:

The budgetary process results in funding bids being assessed against priorities, with many not being accepted.

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To understand; perceive.

You were ready to drop a catch on purpose.

To take place; happen.

That's come about because of advances of the technology.

To meet or find by chance

Came across my old college roommate in town today.

Come by

To gain possession of; acquire

Mortgages are hard to come by.

Come on

To convey a particular personal image.

Comes on as an old-fashioned reactionary.

Count on

To rely on; depend on.

You can count on my help.

To criticize severely.

Sometimes the audio would cut out as well, which made it harder for them to concentrate.

To take action on.

To deal with each problem in turn.

Catch on Come about Come across

Cut up Deal with Find out Get by

To ascertain (something), as through examination or inquiry. To succeed in managing; survive

I found out the phone number by looking it up. We will get by if we economize.

Get through

To succeed in making contact; reach.

I was very relieved to get through because I haven't practiced at all.

Get to

To meet with or incur.

To get to the festival, you can take either route 3 or 5.

Give in

To hand in; submit.

She gave in her report.

Keep to

To adhere to.

Keep to the original purpose.

Left out

To stop; cease.

Look around Look away Look for

Look about oneself.

Look around to see whether you can find the missing document.

Perceive with attention; direct one's gaze towards.

She looked over the expanse of land; "Look at your child!”

To search for; seek.

Looking for my books.

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Look into

To inquire into; investigate.

Look out

To be watchful or careful; take care.

Look through

To examine.

The police looked into the disturbance. If you don't look out, you may fall on the ice. We looked out for each other on the trip. He looked through his notes before the lecture. He looked to hear from her within a week.

Look to

To expect or hope to.

Put off

To delay; postpone.

Put off paying the bills.

Put on

To clothe oneself with.

Put on a coat.

Run into

To meet or find by chance.

Ran into an old friend.

Stand for

To put up with; tolerate.

We will not stand for bad behavior.

Stand up Stood out Take hold Take over Take up Taken off

To remain valid, sound, or durable. To refuse compliance or maintain opposition; hold out. To become established. To assume the control or management of or the responsibility. To use up, consume, or occupy. To deduct as a discount.

His claim will not stand up in court. Stand out against an opinion. The newly planted vines quickly took hold. She took over the job after he left. The extra duties took up most of my time. Took 20 percent off.

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K: I already know how to right an essay and how to create a pictionary.

W: I want to learn more words for a better vocabulary and improve in my writings

L: I learn more vocabulary words and to create a magazine

H: I learned through my teacher, my book and internet.

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