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TIME to catch up on your reading

Wendy . Blog Publicado 15 Julio 2013

Many of you are on vacation. Excellent! You can ignore emails and moodle for a while, changing pace and taking a much needed break. You might be at the beach or out by the pool, in the park or in the garden, at your favorite café or half way around the world. Wonderful!

You now have time to read whatever you want. TIME Magazine Cover, April 29 / May 6, 2013

Some of you are still at work, teaching intensive courses, taking courses yourselves. If that's your case, come down to the Language Center, Basement Hall Building A and pick up a back issue of TIME magazine, 2013. A friend who has a subscription gave them to me for the book sale in November and March. It seemed like a shame to hold them so long, so I decided to put them out for you to read now. If you want you can return them, or just pass them on. Then remember to come to our big BOOK EXCHANGE & SALE in November.

You can catch up on all the news you missed and practice your English at the same time. And for those on you already on vacation, be sure you do some reading in English. Every little bit helps.

Wendy

Vocabulary:

take a break: tomar un descanso
whatever you want: lo que quieras
pick up: recoger
a back issue: de meses anteriores
a shame: una pena
to hold them: guardarlos
so long: tanto tiempo
catch up: ponerse al día
the news: las noticias
missed: perdiste
little bit: poquito

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Comentarios (1)
Ester Haro M58 (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

Hi Wendy in this moment i want to take a break but i think is a really good idea take english books for dont forget the English that i learned. And I think that read a magazing is a woy way to improve because it does a colloqial vocabulary.

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