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Landing in Egypt

6/23
Recursos
  • Look forward to: /藞l蕣k/ /藞f蓴藧rw蓹rd/ /藞tu藧/: to feel pleased and excited about something that is going to happen

  • Thrilled: /藞胃r瑟ld/ extremely happy about something

  • Find out: /藞fa瑟nd/ /藞a蕣t/ to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something

  • Stuff: /st蕦f/ things that someone says or does, when you are referring to them in a general way without saying exactly what they are

  • Get off: /藞g蓻t/ /藞蓲f/ to leave a train, bus, or aircraft

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Preguntas 7

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Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

1锔忊儯 New word: Though

Definition: used especially at the end of a sentence to add a fact or opinion to what you have just said | used before a fact or opinion that makes the other part of the sentence surprising

Example: 鈥淚鈥檓 going to my work. My boss needs me to be there, though鈥.
鈥淚 want to go to the party, though I鈥檓 sick鈥.


2锔忊儯 New expression: While

Definition: a period of interminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition

Example: 鈥淚 have been waiting for you for a while鈥.


3锔忊儯 New expression: Get on

Definition: get on board of (trains, busses, ships, aircraft, etc.)

Example: 鈥淲e need to get on the train, it will leave in 5 minutes鈥.


4锔忊儯 New expression: Luggage

Definition: anything you use to carry your things with you on a trip

Example: 鈥淭he first thing I will do when I arrive at the hotel is to dump my luggage鈥.

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

  • I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
  • Everyone is thrilled about this course.
  • I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
  • Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
  • Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

Llegaron a egypto y despues dicen 鈥済et on the plane鈥 osea , se suben nuevamente? I麓m quite confused, i guess :d

Landing in Egypt

Aterrizaje en Egipto

  • Look forward to - Esperamos: to feel pleased and excited about something that is going to happen
  • Thrilled - Emocionado: extremely happy about something
  • Find out - Averiguar: to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something
  • Stuff - Cosas: things that someone says or does, when you are referring to them in a general way without saying exactly what they are
  • Get off - B谩jese: to leave a train, bus, or aircraft

Chapter 5: Landing in Egypt

The three students finally arrived to Egypt. They are very excited about it.
They are tired for the long trip.
Sara ask Jake for help reaching her backpack because she is not tall enough.


  • Sara and Jake ask Max about his mysterious package, they wonder why his father has friend in Egypt.
  • Sara suggest that if they need it, those Max鈥檚 father friends could help them.
  • Sara鈥檚 backpack was suspiciously heavy.

Everyone鈥檚 starting to doubt each other. Best drama haha

This adventure has a recap! 馃槏

Sara should be more careful. If she wants to keep a secret she might have more discretion with their stuff
New vocabulary: look forward to, thrilled, find out , stuff, get off. - I'm thrilled to be here. - We find out these ruins. - There are many stuff in the backpack. - We got off the bus.

extra vocabulary:

-I鈥檓 looking forward to my birthday
-They鈥檙e thrilled with the result of the match
-I found out that she is pregnant
-I don鈥檛 know what he does, he said me that he does stuff
-Be careful to get off the train

HAPPY DAY!

Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

Very Good

I鈥檓 looking forward to have my new video game of The Zelda鈥檚 legend.
The concert is tomorrow I鈥檓 really thrilled.
The girl will find out the new restaurant tonight.
All these are my scholl stuff.
Oh our time here is over, let鈥檚 get off right now.

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from what I see the boys are hiding information from each other 馃
In this drama we have New vocabulary

I love this!

Look forward to: Look forward to Gabriel coming.
Thrilled: I鈥檓 thrilled for this adventure.
Find out: Let鈥檚 find out who lives here.
Stuff: These stuff is sticky.
Get off: Let鈥檚 get off I need food.

Great

Parece real .

Synonym
Await with pleasure
Excited
Pumped
Discover
Locate
Uncover
Leave鈥

Examples with the key vocabulary from Landing in Egypt chapter:

  • I get off the bus
  • I find out 鈥渁s it was鈥 song yesterday
  • The student stuff
  • I am looking forward to a summer camp
  • the bird is trilling

Some expressions I made from this lesson:

  • I am thrilled from discovering this course
  • I hope to find out the mysteries from this course
  • I am looking forward to knowing where the story is heading

Vocabulary:
Wonder
Thilled
Heck
Luggage

**vocabulary **

stuff
bricks
time to get out
luggage

Vocabulary:
Look forward to: /藞l蕣k/ /藞f蓴藧rw蓹rd/ /藞tu藧/: to feel pleased and excited about something that is going to happen

Thrilled: /藞胃r瑟ld/ extremely happy about something

Find out: /藞fa瑟nd/ /藞a蕣t/ to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something

Stuff: /st蕦f/ things that someone says or does, when you are referring to them in a general way without saying exactly what they are

Get off: /藞g蓻t/ /藞蓲f/ to leave a train, bus, or aircraft

Sara should be more careful. If she wants to keep a secret she might have more discretion with their stuff.

The locket is very heavy, Sarah is hiding a great secret from them.

  1. They are looking forward to go to the journey.
    .
  2. I鈥檓 thrilled with the hotel service.
    .
  3. Sometime you鈥檒l find out all the reasons.
    .
  4. There鈥檚 a lot of stuff in your backpack.
    .
  5. Get off the class now!

I look fowart to hear much More about the history I鈥檓 very thrilled to study english I found out my desires for the future I have pretty much stuff in my cl贸set I get off the plane together

This adventure has a recap!

This story is getting more and more exciting.

They have been all day looking forward to entry to the museum.
I鈥檓 so thrilled to see the next class of the English course.
I hope to find out as soon as possible.
I carry stuff enough for the trip.
Well, it鈥檚 time to **get off ** and take another train.

I look fowart to hear much More about the history I'm very thrilled to study english I found out my desires for the future I have pretty much stuff in my cl贸set I get off the plane together

Find out, synonym - Discover

audio class
The airports have limitations related to the luggage. How make Sara to be allowed of carry with here a bag so heavy?

Ok

Wonder
heck
Thrilled
Find out

Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.

Excellent.

Very good

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

I am thrilled with this history, I can鈥檛 leave to listen this course, I can鈥檛 looking forwad to for them to be discovered.

lled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases,

exelent

馃槂

thank you

Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

Be confidence

  • Finally, Jake, Sarah and Max arrived to Egypt
  • Max has to drop dad鈥檚 package at the hotel
  • Sarah carries the reliquary in her backpack and is very heavy.
  • Sarah asks Jake to help her carry backpack and now, Jake and Max know that Sarah is carrying something weird

My listening was very bad. But with this interesting story, the vocabulary and the text I feel like I am improving my skills c: My listening, my reading , my writting in general all !

wonder

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

thanks

It鈥檚 my turn.
An expedition is hiking in the jungle.
Stephen: Hey Robert, I鈥檓 looking forward to find out what is in the luggage. It鈥檚 enough heavy. I鈥檓 thrilled for it.
Robert: You can鈥檛 do it. It鈥檚 a secret. The stuff we carry here are valuables and mysterious.
In a moment, both hear a strange noise.
Robert: We have to get off soon of this place. It鈥檚 probably a wild animal.
Stephen: Ok. Ok. We need to reach our partners that are going ahead, but be careful.

The culture of Egypt is very interesting, Is amazing.

nice

Vocabulary


Extra Vocabulary-Landing in Egypt-Class 6.pdf

Thrilled: extremely happy about something

It鈥檚 your turn now


Create your own examples with these words and improve your vocabulary

  • I look forward to meeting you again.
  • My dog is thrilled to see me.
  • Let鈥檚 find out what he is cooking.
  • How much for this old stuff**.
  • Get off of my plane now!
excellent class

Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

Excellent
ok
Vocabulary: Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something. thrilled: extremely happy about something. heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question. luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.
1 New word: Though Definition: used especially at the end of a sentence to add a fact or opinion to what you have just said | used before a fact or opinion that makes the other part of the sentence surprising Example: "I'm going to my work. My boss needs me to be there, though". "I want to go to the party, though I'm sick". 2 New expression: While Definition: a period of interminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition Example: "I have been waiting for you for a while". 3 New expression: Get on Definition: get on board of (trains, busses, ships, aircraft, etc.) Example: "We need to get on the train, it will leave in 5 minutes". 4 New expression: Luggage Definition: anything you use to carry your things with you on a trip Example: "The first thing I will do when I arrive at the hotel is to dump my luggage".

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

Hello

Landing in Egypt
Aterrizaje en Egipto

Look forward to - Esperamos: to feel pleased and excited about something that is going to happen
Thrilled - Emocionado: extremely happy about something
Find out - Averiguar: to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something
Stuff - Cosas: things that someone says or does, when you are referring to them in a general way without saying exactly what they are
Get off - B谩jese: to leave a train, bus, or aircraft

*I鈥檓 looking forward to solvING the mistery.

This adventure has a recap!

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

Practice:
鈥 I鈥檓 looking forward to hug you.
鈥 I was thrilled about your phone call.
鈥 Could you find out how much the tickets cost, please?
鈥 In that bag are all my stuff.
鈥 Are you going to get off already?

Great

Very Goo

Very Good

This is incredible!!

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

Landing in Egypt
Aterrizaje en Egipto

Look forward to - Esperamos: to feel pleased and excited about something that is going to happen
Thrilled - Emocionado: extremely happy about something
Find out - Averiguar: to discover, especially where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching, or to discover where to get or how to achieve something
Stuff - Cosas: things that someone says or does, when you are referring to them in a general way without saying exactly what they are
Get off - B谩jese: to leave a train, bus, or aircraft

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

This is my humble contribution of sentences using the words of this lesson:

I鈥檓 looking forward to solve the mistery.
Everyone is thrilled about this course.
I hope Jake finds out who the bad guy is.
Jake has packed a lot of stuff for the adventure.
Once they get off the plane they will go directly to the hotel.

holle

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

ok

good

thank you

Vocabulary:
Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling

Wonder: to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something.
thrilled: extremely happy about something.
heck: an expression of annoyance or surprise, or a way of adding emphasis to a statement or question.
luggage: the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.

I love this

In this epissode there are three protagonists sarah, max, jean they arrived to egyp and they go to the hotel. Sarah asks help jean for help with her bags. Jans says saran`s bag is heavy

thank

In this epissode there are three protagonists sarah, max, jean they arrived to egyp and they go to the hotel. Sarah asks help jean for help with her bags. Jans says saran`s bag is heavy

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Let麓s find out the mistery.

This is amazing History, I鈥檝e been wondering what happens at the final of this history, it is great to feel this curiosity.