The notes from Professor Charles

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Transcripci贸n
  • Professor: /pr蓹藞f蓻s蓹/ a university academic of the highest rank; the holder of a university chair. 鈥淧rofessor Goodwin鈥

  • Endorsed: declare one鈥檚 public approval or support of. 鈥渢he report was endorsed by the college鈥

  • Reliquary: /藞r蓻l瑟kw蓹ri/ a container for holy relics. Be careful with that reliquary.

  • Appropriate: /蓹藞pr艒pr膿蓹t/ Suitable or proper in the circumstances.

  • Trouble: /藞tr蕦b(蓹)l/ difficulty or problems. 鈥淚 had trouble finding somewhere to park鈥

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Preguntas 13

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Tremendous recording and excellent musical selection

Nice acting, especially Jess as the professor. Apparently he aged like 30 years for the role.

Alguien mas reconoce las voces de los profesores de platzi? XD

Chapter 2: The notes from Professor Charles

Sara met Professor Charles, she was late.
Professor Charles doesn鈥檛 want Jake and Max to know about a reliquary that he gives to Sara.
Sara and Professor Charles had planned to keep the reliquary as a secret until they arrive to some place.
The documents of Professor Charles grant the access to the caves and ruins. Are formal signed document.
Sara is bad reading maps, they will let Jake handles that.
The mission is to put the reliquary where it belongs, the less people who know about it, the better.
It鈥檚 important that the reliquary doesn鈥檛 fall into the wrong hands.


  • Sara and Professor Charles are keeping a reliquary as a secret from the boys, they have a plan with it.
  • Professor Charles seems to like the boys, but also he doesn鈥檛 trust them.
  • The trip will take a couple of weeks.
  • In case of having troubles, Professor Charles suggest Sara to contact Doctor Martin Shaw, who works on the Grand Egyptian Museum. He also seems to know the plan.
  • Professor Charles warned Sara to only contact Dr. Martin Shaw as a last resort.

Now my mind can鈥檛 get over the British accent 馃槄

鈥淚t鈥檚 Levi-O-sa. Not Levio-SA鈥

It Is a good help that in the resources they have the script with all the dialogue, Thanks for that, there are still many words i can not distinguish when hearing them, for now

This sounds like Prince of Persia

Wow, I really can鈥檛 wait to know what will happen!

1锔忊儯 New word: Grant /伞rant/

Definition: agree to give or allow (something requested) to.

Example: 鈥淗ere is your degree that grants you have completed all the requirements for being a professional鈥.

2锔忊儯 New word: Belong /b蓹藞l么NG/

Definition: to be in the right place or a suitable place

**Example: 鈥**I belong to this country鈥.

3锔忊儯 New word: Sign /s墨n/

Definition: to write your name, usually on a written or printed document, to show that you agree with its contents or have written or created it yourself

Example: 鈥淚f you agree with the contract, sign your name below鈥.

Good performance

That professor scares me haha

Script module helps to understand some words that It鈥檚 difficult.

Nice sound production! This course is getting exciting.

Thank you

What an exciting story! I can鈥檛 wait to know what will happen in the next class! I feel like if I am watching a movie.

I had my suspects about Jake, but now the things get more interesting with the Sarah and professor鈥檚 conversation.

What do you think?

A few examples using the new words of this class:

  • I hardly pay attention to what the professor says.
  • Not everything what i wrote in my book is endorsed by my editor.
  • This is the antique reliquary that I inherited from my grandmother.
  • In my opinion the punishment wasn鈥檛 appropiate to the crime.
  • I had some troubles finding the best route to get there.

Vocabulary

  • I get along very well with my anatomy professor, his name is Alejandro.

  • My brother saw on youtube, a channel about urban exploration whose owner exploring caves in different locations.

  • My brother-in-law has endorsed his loan with a property.

  • In the Harry Potter universe there is the Rasputin Reliquary was a magical object that granted immortality to its owner.

  • If you don鈥檛 take these pills, we鈥檒l have a trouble.

This is amazing course!

Examples for the notes from Professor Charles chapter:

  • That clothes is appropriate for Winter
  • I have troubles driving cars
  • I had a marketing professor in my university
  • I endorsed myself
  • Egypt have reliquaries

I think I know whose voice it is 馃槄

When I am learning english.
My mind: The less people who know about this, the
better.

I like it

Endorsed: declare one鈥檚 public approval or support of. 鈥渢he report was endorsed by the college鈥

Reliquary: /藞r蓻l瑟kw蓹ri/ a container for holy relics. Be careful with that reliquary.

Professor: /pr蓹藞f蓻s蓹/ a university academic of the highest rank; the holder of a university chair. 鈥淧rofessor Goodwin鈥
Endorsed: declare one鈥檚 public approval or support of. 鈥渢he report was endorsed by the college鈥
Reliquary: /藞r蓻l瑟kw蓹ri/ a container for holy relics. Be careful with that reliquary.
Appropriate: /蓹藞pr艒pr膿蓹t/ Suitable or proper in the circumstances.
Trouble: /藞tr蕦b(蓹)l/ difficulty or problems. 鈥淚 had trouble finding somewhere to park鈥

I love it

1锔忊儯 New word: Grant /伞rant/

Definition: agree to give or allow (something requested) to.

Example: 鈥淗ere is your degree that grants you have completed all the requirements for being a professional鈥.

2锔忊儯 New word: Belong /b蓹藞l么NG/

Definition: to be in the right place or a suitable place

**Example: 鈥**I belong to this country鈥.

3锔忊儯 New word: Sign /s墨n/

Definition: to write your name, usually on a written or printed document, to show that you agree with its contents or have written or created it yourself

Example: 鈥淚f you agree with the contract, sign your name below鈥.

The history professor is very mysterious.

We have to find the appropriate time to go out.

The exam must be endorsed by the principal.

The reliquary is very old.

She found trouble in your document.

  • The history professor is very mysterious.

  • We have to find the appropriate time to go out.

  • The exam must be endorsed by the principal.

  • The reliquary is very old.

  • She found trouble in your document.

  1. They have many professors in the school of engineering.
    .
  2. I think those cartoons are appropriate for kids.
    .
  3. All the certifications are endorsed by the directive.
    .
  4. The reliquary has been stolen.
    .
  5. If you continue doing that; you鈥檒l get into trouble.

I was proffesor 10 Years ago. Sara told him un the appropiate moment I signed AND endorsed the check to my son my mom have a reliquary fridge, it鈥檚 have almost 50 Years. I have trouble with my Pet, he sick.

Excellent musical selection! 馃幎

Trementina jade y exelente

Wow, they are going on vacation, but with a secret mission. this story is getting good.

I was proffesor 10 Years ago. Sara told him un the appropiate moment I signed AND endorsed the check to my son my mom have a reliquary fridge, it's have almost 50 Years. I have trouble with my Pet, he sick.

the is uitr

New vocabulary: professor, appropriate, endorsed, reliquary, trouble.

good

Interesting. I'm wondering who is the doctor Shaw.

Reliquary
Professor
Caves
Ruins
Archaeology
Maps

Ticher

Morning

Good

Hello

Hi Guys, I want speak about my teacher G.
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In my later years of school, I developed great passion for Philosophy and Policy. Thanks to my teacher G, my tastes for Philosophy and policy were enhanced in those years and later of the school. I don鈥檛 have any trouble with attending his classes, What I learned was a relic for my life!. I have to thank you very much鈥 not only do I appreciate him for his teachings that today are part of my support, I miss him too.

Professor: /pr蓹藞f蓻s蓹/ a university academic of the highest rank; the holder of a university chair. 鈥淧rofessor Goodwin鈥

Endorsed: declare one鈥檚 public approval or support of. 鈥渢he report was endorsed by the college鈥

Reliquary: /藞r蓻l瑟kw蓹ri/ a container for holy relics. Be careful with that reliquary.

Appropriate: /蓹藞pr艒pr膿蓹t/ Suitable or proper in the circumstances.

Trouble: /藞tr蕦b(蓹)l/ difficulty or problems. 鈥淚 had trouble finding somewhere to park鈥

met Professor Charles, she was late.
Professor Charles doesn鈥檛 want Jake and Max to know about a reliquary that he gives to Sara.
Sara and Professor Charles had planned to keep the reliquary as a secret until they arrive to some place.
The documents of Professor Charles grant the access to the caves and ruins.

Hello guy"s

Tremendous recording and excellent
Trementina jade y exelente

nice

THANK YOU

Good performance

Great History.

Excellent

nice

My tummy鈥檚 turnin鈥 and I鈥檓 feelin鈥 kinda homesick
Too much pressure and I鈥檓 nervous

This is all so crazy
Everybody seems so famous

Jumped in the cab, here I am for the first time
Look to my right, and I see the Hollywood sign

Welcome to the land of fame excess (woah)
Am I gonna fit in?

I hopped off the plane at LAX
With a dream and my cardigan

Excellent actors!

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thanks

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Wow, I really can鈥檛 wait to know what will happen!

Nice acting, especially Jess as the professor. Apparently he aged like 30 years for the role.

Tremendous recording and excellent musical selection

This is interesting, there are many miyteries. What are the professor and Shara hiding? and What is the plan鈥檚 Jake?.

Excelente course!!! Really nice work!
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A few examples using the new words of this class:

I hardly pay attention to what the professor says.
Not everything what i wrote in my book is endorsed by my editor.
This is the antique reliquary that I inherited from my grandmother.
In my opinion the punishment wasn鈥檛 appropiate to the crime.
I had some troubles finding the best route to get there.

excellent

hello

a

It鈥檚 my turn.
The spiritual guide, who in my language is named: Ajq鈥檌j, gave me a reliquary that belonged to my ancestors. This reliquary guards an important document with epigraphy symbols.

The Ajq鈥檌j asked me to deliver this reliquary to the archeology professor in the city, because he needs the endorsed of the university where the professor works. The Ajq鈥檌j will go to a convention next month in another country and need this grant.

The day when I should talked to the professor I made a mistake and got a trouble. I didn鈥檛 speak to the appropriate person but with another one.

good

Vocabulary


Extra Vocabulary-The notes from Professor Charles-Class 3.pdf

Grant: to give or allow someone something, usually in an official way
Endorsed: to make a public statement of your approval or support for something or someone

It鈥檚 your turn now


Create your own examples with these words and improve your vocabulary

  • Professor Mike is a tough guy.
  • I don鈥檛 think it鈥檚 appropriate to say that at the funeral.
  • I have a letter endorsed by the president.
  • You have the reliquary in your bag, it鈥檚 time to go.
  • I鈥檓 in trouble, I鈥檓 being stalked by the feds.

exente lo mantuve bien estudiado

Previusly, Jack has a plan.
Sarah and professor Charles have a plan, too.
and why professor Charles took that reliquary?
mmm?

excellent class

Nice acting, especially Jess as the professor. Apparently he aged like 30 years for the role.

nice class
Excellent
interesting

Sara and Professor Charles had planned to keep the reliquary as a secret until they arrive to some place.

Hello

Tremendous recording and excellent musical selection

in this course, with them teachers i think鈥h my god is basically the moon knight platzi鈥檚 version the soundtrack it鈥檚 amazing

Practice:
鈥 She is the best singing professor I had in College.
鈥 When my thesis was endorsed, I was very happy.
鈥 This little chest is my reliquary. It has jewelry that belonged to my great-grandmother.
鈥 It鈥檚 very appropriate that you said that, thank you.
鈥 Oh no, right now he鈥檚 in trouble.

Good course

Nice acting, especially Jess as the professor. Apparently he aged like 30 years for the role.

hello

Tremendous recording and excellent musical selection

Sara and Professor Charles had planned to keep the reliquary as a secret until they arrive to some place.

Very Good

nice class