Packed and ready!

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Transcripción
  • Ruin /ˈruːɪn/ the physical destruction or disintegration of something or the state of disintegrating or being destroyed.
    “a large white house falling into gentle ruin”

  • Abroad: /əˈbrôd/ In or to a foreign country or countries; in different directions; over a wide area.

  • Ancient: /ˈeɪnʃ(ə)nt/ belonging to the very distant past and no longer in existence.
    “the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean”

  • Campus: /ˈkampəs/ the grounds and buildings of a university or college.
    “for the first year I had a room on campus”

  • Safe: /seɪf/ a strong fireproof cabinet with a complex lock, used for the storage of valuables. “Keep everything inside the safe”

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The matches:

1️⃣ New word: Compass /ˈkəmpəs/

Definition: a device used for determining directions with a needle that can move easily and that always point to the magnetic north

Example: “If you will explore the forest alone, you will need a compass to don’t lost in”.

2️⃣ New word: Rope /rōp/

Definition: thick cord or wire that is made by twisting together several thinner cords or wires.

Example: “Give me the rope, I will tie the horse to his fence”

3️⃣ New word: Archaeologist /ˌärkēˈäləjəst/

Definition: a person who studies human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains.

Example: “Today are many archaeologists studying dinosaurs’ extinction”.

vocabulary

  • In the news, I heard that
    new maya ruins were discovered.

  • He is an archaeologist and yesterday he went to unearth a mysterious coffin.

  • I’m so scared for walk near to ancient house looks so spooky.

  • She forgot her scarf on the campus, she is so clueless.

  • I put all my jewelry in the safe.

Does it sound to me like an old Radionovela, like the one my grandmother listened to in the afternoon on her old Sanyo radio?

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1️⃣ New word: The safe

Definition: A place where you can hide important objects, it close by a password or a key

Example: In my room, behind my bed I have a safe where I put my passport and birth certificate

2️⃣ New word: Abroad

Definition: in or to a different country

Example: Are you going abroad this summer?

3️⃣ New word: Rope

Definition: A long piece of twisted string or fiber, used to tie or pull things

Example: They tied the rope to the wagon.

Whaaaaat! Cliffhanger alert!

The script helped to understand the last sentence when Sarah says “Don’t forget the safe”. I heard it many times and yet it was confusing to me, until I saw the class resources.

Thanks!

Jake: Dinner is on me

This phrase means that Jake will pay for dinner for everyone and themselves.

Oh right, It seems a mode set, back pack, Camera, Wallet, Passport, cellphone, kompass, Well, let see you Sarah it´s ready too.

Hey Sarah, ready for tomorrow?
Hey Jake, almost, it´s tell me to pack or … takes for investigation, but in almost ready, and you pack, yet?
yes, I have all my things ready, I can´t wait to finally see those egypcian ruins with my own eyes.

Spoiler: Jake is evil

It’s the time to use the vocabulary we just learned:

  • All what’s left of ancient civilizacions is the ruins of their temples.
  • I am going to study abroad next year.
  • We learned a lot of ancient history in the school.
  • I don’t want to live in the campus.
  • You should keep the gold watch in the safe.

So, Jake is the bad guy of history? Interesting 🤔

New words for me!

  • Compass - Brújula
  • Safe - Caja fuerte

Today I learn new words and expressions

Flashlights, rope, matches, safe.

I’m all set.

My examples:

  1. Mayan ruins are awesome.
  2. I want to travel abroad next year.
  3. This is an ancient tradition in my culture.
  4. I prefer the campus in the south cost.
  5. I’m going to put my laptop into the safe.

Chapter 1: Packed and ready!

Jake: packed everything to the trip to Egypt.
Sara: is packing all the things for investigation.
Max: is excited to finish their investigation on ancient ruins. He also packed everything, even extra things. They will not have reception there.


  • Jake propose to have a dinner and review the plan he is paying for all.
  • The dinner will be at 8PM in Jake’s place.
  • Sara mentioned that some Professor Charles told them about a documents on the campus.
  • Sara told Jake that he mustn’t forget the safe, they need to protect the documents.
  • Jake is up to something.

thank you

To be set or aka all set: Means to be completely ready, wholly prepared, or already finished. 💚

Practice

  • I would like to visit Chan-Chan ruins in Peru.
  • Maria is going to plan travel abroad.
  • I went to the university campus to collect some documents.
  • Visit ancestral ruins is interesting
  • the safe of the bank is deficient.

this is exciting!!

New word of the day: matches 👀

When will the butler appear?

Packed and ready!

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  • Ruin - ruina: the physical destruction or disintegration of something or the state of disintegrating or being destroyed.“a large white house falling into gentle ruin”
  • Abroad - extranjero: In or to a foreign country or countries; in different directions; over a wide area.
  • Ancient - antiguo: belonging to the very distant past and no longer in existence.“the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean”
  • Campus - Instalaciones: the grounds and buildings of a university or college.“for the first year I had a room on campus”
  • Safe - Caja fuerte: a strong fireproof cabinet with a complex lock, used for the storage of valuables. “Keep everything inside the safe”

No se ni hablar ni pronunciar ni escribir el ingles

My examples:

  1. There are many places in Latinoamerica where you can go to visit ruins from ancient civilizations as Teotihuacán, Tulum, Chichén-Itzá, Machu Picchu, Tikal and more.
  2. When I was a child I wanted to be an archaeologist.
  3. My father enjoys reading about the history of ancient civilizations.
  4. Sofía has been very busy lately. Right now she is in the campus finishing an experiment.
  5. This is a safe place, you can stay here as long as you want.

🔍At the final, Jake sounds so weird. I think is something strange with that guy.🤔

set = Put or fix in a place or condition I set the box on a table

New word: Compass
Definition: a device used for determining directions with a needle that can move easily and that always point to the magnetic north
Example: South is opposite north on a compass

New word: matches
Definition: small stick that produces a flame when rubbed against a rough surface,
Example: I light a match

New word: Rope
Definition: a length of thick strong cord made by twisting together strands of hemp, sisal, nylon, or similar material.
Example: Alejo competed in the rope climbing event.

My sentences to practice in this second class 🚀

(My notes) In this chapter we knowing to Sarah, Jake and Max. they will going to travel to the Egyptian Ruins. Are they archaeologist? (–or only are amateurs explorers? --) yep, they are archaeologist, they have an investigation with Professor Charles.

1️⃣ Set

Definition: to put a thing or a person in place or any time.

Example: We need to set our dinner for next week.

2️⃣ Off abroad

Definition: another country, go outside the country.

Example: Mom, I want to go off abroad on my next vacation, it will be fun, it can be in Canada or Japan.

3️⃣ Flashlight

Definition: it is an object that has a little bulb inside.

Example: Oh no! the city’s light and our home’s light is off because of lightning, I have to find the flashlight.

1️⃣ New word: Time off

Definition: time for rest or recreation.

Example: Today we have time off, we can play video games or go running.

2️⃣ New word Compass

Definition: tool which shows the direction contained a magnetized point.

Example: When Einstein was only 6 years, his father gave him a compass

3️⃣ New word Rope

Definition: a length of strong cord

Example: I need to pack a rope for our trip to the mountain.

Let’s practice the new words:

  • The ruins are very long from here.
  • I’d like to go abroad. I’d to meet new cultures and taste new flavors.
  • Ancient Greece refers to the years 700-480 B.C.
  • I need to go to the campus. I forgot some books about Physics.
  • You never guess the password of my safe.

I heard an idiom as well: " I’m down ", we use that sentence
when we agree to do something or we accept an invitation:

Hey, how about going to a party at Daniel’s?
I’m down. It’ll be fun!.

Vocabulary:
Time off: a period of time when you do not work because of illness or holidays, or because your employer has given you permission to do something else.