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4. LINKING WORDS

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lorena uribe

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4. LINKING WORDS
4.1 ADD
4.2 CONTRAST AND COMPARISON
4.3 REASON AND RESULTS
4.4 SEQUENCE AND SUMMARY
Linking words help you to connect ideas and sentences, so that people can follow your ideas.
VOCABULARY
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CURSO AVANZADO DE INGLÉS
4.2 CONTRAST AND COMPARISON
4.4 SEQUENCE AND SUMMARY
4.1 ADD
4. LINKING WORDS
4.3 REASON AND RESULTS
TIPOS DE ROPA (KINDS OF WEAR)

sportswear - ropa informal; ropa de deporte
underwear - ropa interior (de hombre o mujer)
lingerie - ropa interior de mujer
sleepwear - ropa de dormir
footwear - calzado
accessories - accesorios
outerwear - ropa para el exterior
EQUIPAJE (LUGGAGE)

suitcase - maleta
baggage - equipaje
carry-on bag - equipaje de mano
toiletry bag - bolso para artículos de tocador
garment bag - portatrajes
briefcase - maletín, portapapeles
LEARNING THROUGH SONGS
Vocabulary needs to be revised again and again. Well, what could be better than studying vocabulary by listening to your favourite songs?

Read the lyrics first and try to understand them. You don’t have to translate the lyrics word by word, just try to find out what the song is all about.

Pick some words or phrases from the song that you would like to learn. If necessary, look up their exact meaning in a dictionary. A dictionary might also be useful to find other interesting phrases with the word.

Now, to learn the vocabulary, all you have to do is listening to the song again and again (that shouldn’t be a problem if it’s one of your favourite songs).
ACTIVITY TIP
Thanks to DVD, watching films in English has become an easy thing to do.

Choose your favourite film – you’ve watched that film a dozen times and probably know all the dialogues off by heart in your native language. So following the story will be easy for you.

Have paper and pen ready as you may want to jot down useful words or phrases that you wish to learn. English subtitles might be useful for that.

If you are not used to watching films in English, choose only few episodes – at the beginning it isn’t easy to concentrate on listening to the foreign language for a long time.
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