miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 2015

338.Frases para traducir al inglés 3.

Es un buen ejercicio traducir al inglés y tener que pensar en inglés, aprender vocabulario, usar los tiempos verbales...y os ayudará a escribir en inglés mucho mejor.

Cualquier duda o pregunta....."ASK ME"

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1. Tengo hambre
2. ¿Tienes sed?
3. Tengo prisa
4. ¿Cuanto cuesta?
5. ¿Le conoces?
6. No, no se quien es
7. Yo tampoco
8. Hace mucho calor fuera
9. Pues en casa tengo frio
10. ¿Quieres salir esta noche?
11. ¿Que te apetece hacer?
12. ¿Que te parece comer comida Griega?
13. Nunca he comido comida Griega
14. Yo tampoco
15. Te recojo a las nueve con mi moto
16. No hará frio ir en moto?
17. Ponte tu chaqueta de cuero
18. ¿Que tal tu madre?
19. Está mucho mejor
20. Me alegro
21. ¿Sabes que por fin encontré un trabajo?
22. Que suerte tienes
23. Yo estoy un año y medio en paro
24. Estoy pensado en irme fuera
25. Hablaré con mi jefe
26. Me dijo que estaba buscando alguien para trabajar el turno de noche
27. ¿Te importa trabajar por la noche?
28. Creo que me gustaría
29. Así puedo hacer cosas durante el día
30. ¿Que está haciendo tu hermana?
31. Se fue a a Seatle para trabajar
32. ¿A que se dedica?
33. Es enfermera en un hospital de niños
34. Va a trabajar allí dos años
35. Dice que le gusta mucho su trabajo
36. Me voy de compras
37. Y yo tengo que volver al trabajo
38. Espero que no tenga mucho trabajo
39. Mi jefe siempre me da algo que hacer justo antes de salir del trabajo 
40. Me tarda casi una hora para llegar a casa
41. ¿Te gusta escuchar música?
42. Si, mucho, especialmente cuando estoy en el autobus
43. Ya están aquí. ¿Que hacemos?
44. ¿Cuando se van? No tengo ni idea
45. Da igual. No creo que nos van a molestar
46. Deberías dejar de fumar. Toses demasiado
47. Tengo demasiado trabajo
48. No tengo tanto tiempo para estudiar
49. Me pongo nervioso
50. No me importa ir a la fiesta contigo
51. Estamos pensando en ir a Granada por unos cuantos dias
52. Ojala pudiera ir con vosotros

Aparte de traducir, escuchar inglés también es muy importante a la hora de tener una conversación con alguien en ingles 
Mira este video:


And now, listen to Bad Company sing "Feel like making love"


Escuchar mi pronuncian de las frases para compararlas con tus frases antes de ver la solución 


1. I´m hungry
2. Are you thirsty?
3. I´m in a hurry
4. How much does it cost?
5. Do you know him?
6. No, I don´t know who he is
7. Me neither o I don´t either
8. It´s very hot outside
9. Well in the house I´m cold
10. Do you want to go out tonight?
11. What do you feel like doing?
12. How about eating Greek food?
13. I have never eaten Greek food
14. Me neither o I haven´t either
15. I´ll pick you up at nine with my motorcycle
16. Won´t it be cold on the motorcycle?
17. Put on your leather jacket
18. How´s your mother?
19. She´s much better
20. I´m happy to hear that
21. Do you know that I finally found a job?
22. How lucky you are!
23. I´m a year and a half unemployed
24. I´m thinking about going away
25. I´ll speak to my boss
26. He told me he was looking for someone to work the night shift
27. Do you mind working at night?
28. I think I would like that
29. That way I can do things during the day
30. What´s your sister doing?
31. She went to Seatle to work
32. What does she do?
33. She´s a nurse at a children´s hospital
34. She´s going to work there for two years
35. She says she likes her job a lot
36. I´m going shopping
37. And I have to go back to work
38. I hope I don´t have a lot of work
39. My boss always gives me something to do just before leaving work
40. It takes nearly an hour to get home
41. Do you like listening to music?
42. Yes a lot, especially when I´m on the bus
43. They are already here. What shall we do?
44. When are they leaving? I have no idea
45. It doesn´t matter. I don´t think they are going to bother us
46. You should stop smoking. You cough too much
47. I have too much work
48. I don´t have so much time to study
49. I get nervous
50. I don´t mind going to the party with you
51. We´re thinking about going to Granada for a few days
52. I wish I could go with you

sábado, 26 de septiembre de 2015

337. Walking barefoot

Walking barefoot is also called “EARTHING”….or “Connected to the earth.
Basically, “EARTHING” means walking barefoot on grass, land, sand, stones and on wooden or tile floors in your house.
It is good for our bodies to walk barefoot due to the relationship we have with the electrons of the earth and our bodies.
The planet Earth has its own natural charge, therefore we will feel better when we are in direct contact with it.

Studies show that walking barefoot is good for our

health because:

-It can reduce the electrical activity in the brain
-Improves glucose regulation
-Reduces stress
-Boosts immunity
-Helps to sleep better
-Reduces inflamation
-Improves blood circulation
-Removes toxins
-Reduces the risk of cancer
-Prevents diabetes

When your feet are in direct contact with the earth, the electrons from the earth will drain negative energy from your body.
Your body absorbs electrons from the earth through the soles of your feet when walking barefoot.

This energy is a very potent antioxidant helping you to have a healthy mind and body. 
Remember, we are electrical beings.
Our body regularly produces positive charges which can oxidize and harm us if it is excessive.
We have at least 100 watts or more of electricty flowing through our body, therefore, too much electricity can be bad for us.

One good way to regulate excess electricity is “WALKING BAREFOOT” ….and let the EARTH cure us.
If you live near the sea or a river, try walking barefoot in the water.

"It works wonders"


barefoot = descalzo
means = significa
grass = hierba
land = tierra
stones = piedras
wooden or tile floors = suelos de madera o gres
due to = debido a
earth = planta tierra
charge = carga
therfore = por tanto
feel better = sentirse mejor
show = muestra
health = salud
Brian = cerebro
improves = mejorar
boosts = incrementa
better = mejor
blood = sangre
removes = quita
drain = consumirá
through the soles =  a través de las plantas
healthy mind = mente sana
electrical beings = seres eléctricos
harm = dañar
at least = por lo menos
flowing = fluyendo
one good way = una buena manera
let = dejar
if = si
it works wonders = hace maravillas 

The Police sing "Walking on the moon"

sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2015

336. Soulmate

Your soulmate is a person who you meet and right away and you have an immediate connection.
It´s a very strong connection, and it´s a feeling you perhaps have not expierenced before.
This beautiful natural connection will develop into a very deep love.
Life will have a new meaning for you and you will feel that you cannot be separated by this special person.

The American writer Richard Bach said, "A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our true selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are."

Your soulmate makes you feel completely whole, healed and intact, as if there is no piece missing from the puzzle. 

You will fall in love with his (or her) flaws. Of course, no relationship is perfect, and even soulmate relationships will experience ups and downs. However, that bond will be much harder to break. 

Soulmates have an easier time of accepting, even learning to love, each other's imperfections. Your relationship is more likely to be a soulmate match if you both love each other exactly as you each are, accepting both the great and awful tendencies we all have.

You feel secure and protected with your soulmate. It doesn´t matter the gender of your partner, he or she will always make you feel secure and protected. Your soulmate will make you feel like you have a guardian angel by your side. 
You can't imagine your life without him this special preson. A soulmate is not someone you can walk away from that easily. It is someone you can't imagine being without, a person you believe is worth sticking with and fighting for.

Soulmates will look into each other's eyes when speaking more often than ordinary couples. It comes naturally from the deep-seated connection between them. Looking a person in the eye when speaking denotes a high level of comfort and confidence.

Natasha sings this beautiful song called "Soulmate"


soulmate  = alma gemela / media naranja
right away = enseguida
perhaps = quizás
develop = desarollar
meaning = significado
locks = cerraduras
fit = caben / se ajusta
safe enough = lo bastante seguro 
true selves = verdadero yo
whole = completo
healed = curado
missing = perdido
fall in love = enamorarse
flaws = defctos
of course = por supuesto
even = incluso
ups and downs = altibajos
however = sin embargo
bond = unión
harder = mas fuerte
likely = probable
match = emparejamiento
both = ambos
great = grandes
awful = horrible
It doesn´t matter = no importa
partner = comapñero
always make you feel = siempre te hace sentir
walk away = marcharte
easily = fácilmente
worth sticking = vale la pena quedarse
look into = mirarse
couples = parejas
deep-seated = arraigado
confidence = confianza

miércoles, 9 de septiembre de 2015

335. The salt of life

The old wise Hindu master was getting tired of listening to the constant complaints of his apprentice.
Therefore, he thought that he should teach his apprentice something which would make him reflect on.

One morning, the master asked his apprentice to bring him some salt.
When he came back his master asked him to put a handful of salt into a glass of water, and drink it.
"What does the water taste like?", the wise old man asked him.
“Very salty and terrible”, said the apprentice.

Wanting to laugh, his master told him to do it again, but instead of putting the salt into a glass, he told his apprentice to throw the handful of salt into a lake.
So, they slowly walked together to a large lake situated in the middle of a forest near his village.

When the apprentice threw the salt into the lake, the old man asked him to drink some water from the lake.
“What does it taste like now?”, his master asked.
“The water is delicious and fresh. It doesn´t taste like salt at all.

Then the wise old man took his apprentice´s hands and told him.
“The pain of life is pure salt”.
There is always the same amount, however its taste depends on the receptacle that contains the sorrow.
Therefore, when you suffer from the adversities of life, enlarge the meaning of things.

"Stop being a glass and simply become a lake".

wise = sabio
getting tired = cansando
complaints = quejas
apprentice = aprendiz
therefore = por tanto
should = deberia
came back = regresara
handful = puñado
what does the water taste like? = que sabor tiene el agua?
again = otra vez
instead = en lugar de
throw = tirar
together = juntos
forest = bosque
threw = tiró
at all = en absoluto
took = cogio
always = siempre
receptacle = recipiente
sorrow = pena
enlarge = agrandar
meaning = sentido

martes, 8 de septiembre de 2015


I applaud the decision of the local Valencian government to limit the speed limit to 30 kilometers per hour in the city center.

They are "on the right track".

It is a good idea to limit the speed limit of cars in the Valencian historical city center.
The second step to limit the amount of cars.

In the end, this is the best idea.

There are many reasons why:
-The center is a closed area, so there is practically no wind circulation.
- In the summer it is very hot. The more traffic, the hotter it gets.
-There is too much pollution due to gas fumes.
-There are too many cars.
-There is too much noise.
-There is too much traffic.
-People are more uptight and stressed when there is so much traffic and noise.
-The buildings are dirtierIn fact everything is dirtier.
-People get irritated.
-Tourists will probably complain of the noise when they are having a coffee, lunch or dinner in the many terraces in the streets.
-The Paz street should be closed to traffic.
-This street should only be used by cyclists, pedestrians and electric taxis and buses.
-This way people will slowly walk and go into the many shops in this street and buy more things.
-There will be more coffee shops and restaurants where people can sit outside.
Many European cities are limiting the amount of cars in the city center….so why not Valencia? 

-On the right track = en buen camino
On the right track es una expresion que se usa mucho. La palabra "right" significa correcto, justo, bien y derecha.
La palabra "Track" significa via (tren), rastro, pista y rastrear
-Step = paso
-Amount = cantidad
-In the end = al final
-Best = mejor
-There are = hay
-Closed = cerrado
-The more traffic, the hotter it gets = Cuanto mas trafico, mas calor hace
-Too much = demasiado
-Fumes = gases
-Noise = ruido
-Uptight = agobiado
-So much = tanto
-Dirtier = mas sucio
-Everything = todo
-Complain = se quejan
-Should = deberia
-This way = de esta manera
-Slowly = lentamante
-Go into = entran
-Outside = fuera

En esta cancion de Lady Gaga, ella usa la expresion "on the right track"