Continual dropi ing wears away stone. To suffer great thirst. To amass money ; to be excessively rich. A dvuice may have good luck. To cancel a claim or debt. Death only can cure that. To distinguish between what is im- portant and what is not so. To give an absurd answer. To hopple a horse, or mule. To match a set of horses. To escape death from sickness. Men love the treason, but not the traitor. To engage in fruitless toils. To contend ; to defy. To learn by heart. On a fool's beard all learn to shave. What is learned in childhood is never forgotten.
To attack a person. To blame or punish severely. To draw the reins tighter of law or discipline. To urge a person till he loses pa- tience. To strangle a person. To take to one's heels. Mucho aprieta este testigo. Apuntar en el teatro. Apuntar y no dar. He apurado todos los recursos, y no he podido conseguirlo. Apurar la copa del dolor hasta las heces. To spur a horse. To start off running. To press vigorously by argument. To press with urgent reasons. This witness is significant. To exert one's utmost efforts. To profit by the occasion.
To catch the ball on the rebound. What is the use of a candle without a wick? His beard, or moustache, begins to grow. To point a tool. To sew pieces together to be washed. To prompt at the theatre. To promise readily, but not perform. To touch slightly on anything. To aim at a mark.
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To sit down without money, to gam- ble. I have exhausted every resource, and could not succeed. The pupil studies diligently. To know something thoroughly. To drain the cup of misery to the dregs. To be in difficulties. To tease, perplex, or make one angry. To exhaust the patience. To be grieved ; to worry. Arar con el ancla. Are mi buey por lo holgado, y el tuyo por lo alabado. Tal buque arbola tantos palos. Puede arder en un candil. La provincia se arde en disturbios.
Arder en deseo de hacer una cosa. Quien no se arriesga, no pasa la mar. Those who meddle with other peo- ] lc's affairs do not have an easy life. To make great exertions. To rejoice in the misfortunes of others. A man's enemies are generally of his own trade. One who flatters another with intent to injure ; a hypocrite. To drag the anchor nau. Experienced labor is cheapest in the end. Rent must be paid, crops or no crops. Land is much improved by fallowing. An industrious person does not need to beg. To give the masts a rake nau.
To rear said of horses. Such a vessel carries so many masts. It would burn in a lamp applied to generous wine or brilliant people. To be entangled in lawsuits. To burn with desire to do a thing. To burn with impatience. To be pricked by one's conscience. Nothing venture, nothing have. To stir up disturbances. To lay a snare, or set a trap. To raise the frame of a house. To set up a bedstead. To man the oars. To conspire ; to plot treason.
To knight ; to prepare for war. To arm one's self with patience ; to prepare to suffer. Armar de punta en blanco. Con frac negro bien arma chaleco blanco. Vieja escarmentada, arregazada pasa el agua. No le arriendo la ganancia. Quien presto se determina, mas presto se arrepiente. The bow forever bent must break. To arm a merchant vessel. To be armed to the teeth.
To make up accounts. To cheat at cards. To lend money to a friend. To fit out a ship. To prepare a ball, a feast, etc. A white waistcoat goes well with a black coat. It is not well to despise old things, which may be better than new. To obtain something by importunity. To feel great sympathy for a person. To be overwhelmed with grief or pity. To quit a house ; to break up house- keeping. To unsheath the sword. The clouds are dispersing. To encounter fatigues, and bear them patiently. To possess a carriage. Let him keep it.
To trim the sails nau. Only fools fall twice into the same error. My bad luck follows me. I should not like to be in his shoes. He who resolves in haste repents at leisure. To pay out the cable nau. To take in sail nau. Arrimarse de gorra y mogolla. Arrimar al punto de la dificultad. Arrimarse al parecer de otro. Arrimar las espuelas al caballo. No arrojemos la soga tras el caldero. To clew up the rnain-top-sail nau. To strike the colors. To put the flag at half-mast. To succeed in a difficult enterprise. Work courageously ; rest will come.
To act as a parasite. To approach the fire, or light. To side with a party. To depose one from his office. To abandon a study. To come to the point. Consort with good people, and you will become one of them. To place one's self under the pro- tection of another. He who leans against a good tree finds a good shelter. To take something out of the way. To push one thing against another. To approach the truth. To espouse another's opinion. To impute a crime. To work with a will ; to lend a hand. To abandon an official position. To impose upon ; to deceive. To house the guns nau. To stow the anchor nau.
Do not let us throw the rope after the bucket. To squander, to waste. To send a person away angrily. To brave dangers, or death. To frown with anger, or fear. To salute the colors when hoisting them. Asentar bien su baza. Ese hombre me asesina. Asirse de alguna cosa. Asirle por el rabo. Asir de la reja, del balustre. En casa del oficial asoma el hambre, mas no osa entrar. Asosegarse uno en su caballo. Atacar bien la plaza.
Jsi ata, ni desata. Quien bien ata, bien desata. Atar bien su dedo. To set up housekeeping. To enlist in the army. To agree to serve a person. To bind one's self as apprentice. To strike or punish any one. To stop at a station for rest or food. To set a thing aslant. To establish one's character, or credit.
To finish the bout, and lay down the sword fencing. To begin being sensible and judi- cious. To cut across the grain. That man vexes or worries me to death. To take time by the forelock. To avail one's self of an opportunity. To make frivolous excuses. It is difficult to overtake a fugitive. To quarrel ; to pass from words to blows. He who has a trade never need lack means of livelihood.
To sit very firmly on horseback. To hoot ; to cry out with vehemence. To wish to marry a woman. To eat a great deal. To reconnoitre the ground. A fool or madman, needing restraint. To tie one's self down by a promise. To talk at random, without judg- ment. He who hides knows where to find ; fast bind, safe find.
To look out for one's own interest. To prevent a thing from being done. Atar por la cola. Al potro y al mozo el ataharre flojo, y apretado el bozo. Atravesar con alguno una palabra. Avisar con tiempo, avisar anticipa- damente. No wise man follows another's opin- ion Ijlindly. To put the cart before the horse. Colts and boys must be well fed and well governed. To prevent a thing from being said. To abide ; to remain in a place. To keep to the letter of the text.
To raise the lampwick ; or, to refill the glasses. Why does Peter sow? Flies do not seek the boiling pot ; evident destruction is not attrac- tive. Ignorant of common things. Not to go into a house ; not to darken one's door. To move one to compassion. To be speechless on account of vio- lent emotion. To speak with a person. To act in defiance of the law. To overwork a horse. To run away frightened ; to stam- pede applied to cattle. Faint heart never won fair lady. To be determined to do something, happen what may. To bring one to reason. To warn, or give warning. To be on one's guard.
To accelerate the pace. Fortune favors the brave. God helps those who help them- selves ; activity and industry se- cure success. Harto ayuna quien mal come. Bailar al son que se toca. Bailar el agua adelante. Quien bien baila, de boda en boda se anda. Trust to your own exertions, and not to the help of others.
I wish you something better! Brothers or brothers-in-law some- times disagree. Three who help each other are as good as six. In forma pauperis legal. To fast from Holy Thursday to the following Saturday. To fast after a good meal. A bad meal is no better than fasting. To act to no purpose ; to labor in vain. To lounge about the streets ; to idle. To be exceedingly eager. To be easily moved by affection or passion. To adapt one's self to circumstances. Money makes the mare go. Money is attractive even to those who do not need it.
To have no money. Those who have some special ac- complishment like to exhibit it. True merit is not always appreciated. To exert one's self to please a person. To mortify ; to humble. To bow the head ; to humble one's self; to obey. To yield ; to humble one's self. To cast down the eyes ; to be ashamed. To moderate ; to lessen. Bajar de ley el oro. Bajar por un rio. Escoba nueva barre bien. Al buen entendedor pocas palabras bastan. To decay ; to decline. To be very much terrified. To drop down a river. To go down to the garden. To take up the cudgels. To lay out the land.
A mean nature is sure to betray it- self sooner or later. To be very much pleased ; to look through rose-colored glasses. To flood with sunlight. To entangle or confuse an affair. To reject a proposal. To scuttle or sink a ship nau. To blast a rock, or mine. To rake a ship fore and aft nau. To sweep the terre-plein mil. New brooms sweep clean. Each one must fulfil the duties of his position. A word to the wise is enough. Misers lament their expenses. To fight a duel. Strike while the iron is hot! To ply the seas. To reconnoitre the enemy's camp.
To storm a fortress mil. To dip the flag in presence of au- thorities mil. To make a breach mil.
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To remove a cataract from the eye. Batir el monte, el bosque. Batir el agua por la ventana. Beber palabra y semblante. Beber como una cuba. Sobre brevas, no bebas. No bebas en laguna, ni comas mas que una aceituna. Beber en las fuentes. To beat the bushes, the woods hunting. To throw water from the window. The north wind blows at Madrid. To toil hard for useful purposes. To press a book after printing. To pursue an enterprise with activity and interest. To spur a horse, or wound a horse with spurs.
To believe current rumors. Said of a horse with a white mouth. To absorb the doctrine or spirit of another. To listen with rapt attention. To listen intently ; or to serve an- other carefully. To solicit with much eagerness. To take the bit between the teeth horses. To drink huge draughts. To drink at leisure and luxuriously. To drink like a fish. To obtain drink on credit.
To drink as often as invited. To drink from a fountain or stream without a cup. Do not drink after eating early figs. Do not drink at a lagoon, nor eat more than one olive both are unhealthy. To obtain information at headquar- ters. To anticipate one's thoughts. To exaggerate the fineness of a thing. He who cannot drink at the tavern may at least sniff the fumes.
Beber los vientos por una persona. Besar la tierra que otro pisa. Manos besa el hombre que quisiera ver quemadas. Birar de bordo tomando por avante. Birar para popa, para proa. Birar por las aguas de otro bajel. Birar de bordo en redondo. To hate a person mortally. Opportunities should not be lost. To make love to a person assidu- ously. Praise be to God! God blesses his creatures. God bless and preserve you! To buy the commission of a captain of cavalry. To kiss the rod. To kiss the hands or feet expres- sions of regard or respect. To kiss the ground another treads on excessive respect.
To be forced to submit to another. Home, or block and block nau. To serve a person against one's will. To tack, or go about nau. To work or beat to windward nau. To heave astern or ahead nau. To tack in the wake of another ship nau. To stand to leeward nau. To heave at the capstan nau. To boast of achievements never per- formed. To distort the truth.
To distort words to different mean- El navio bornea. La ausencia borra los recuerdos. The ship swings round her anchor nau. To abolish an office or position. Out of sight, out of mind. To launch a ship. It is not always prudent to express our feelings. Tiempos hay de burlar, y tiempos donde caen y parecen mal las burlas.
Burlaos con el asno, daros ha con el rabo en la casa. Burla burlando vase el lobo al asno. Burla burlando hemos caminado ya dos leguas. Buscar por todos lados. Buscar cinco pies al gato. Buscar la paja en el oido. Buscar el pelo al huevo. Al hombre bueno no le busques abolengo. El busca la muerte, ya que no el triumfo. Goza de tu poco, mientras busca mas el loco. Excessive work destroys vigor. To be earnestly desirous of a thing.
To be crazy to dance. To be vigorous and healthy. There is a time to jest, and a time when jests are unseasonable. Do not jest with fools. It is very easy to do what we like. If you allow a foolish person to take liberties in private, he will take the same in public. Be sensible in your treatment of women and money. We have accomplished two leagues very pleasantly. He obtained his office by his geni- ality.
To take the caliber of a gun. To seek devious means. To hunt hither and yon. He who seeks, finds. To seek a quarrel. To seek occasion for quarrel. To seek frivolous excuses for quar- relling. Do not inquire into a good man's pedigree. To foment disputes and disturbances. He seeks for death, since he cannot triumph. To earn one's own living. The avaricious waste life in striving for riches when they might enjoy comfort in comuetence.
Buscar pan de trastrigo. Todo cabe en fulano. No caber de pies. No caber en el mundo. Honra y provecho no caben en un saco. En casa del bueno, el ruin cabe al fuego. No caber en toda la casa. No caber en el pellejo. Caer bien alguna cosa. Caer de su asno, de su burra. Caer en la cuenta. Do not idle your time away in ex- pectation of help from others. To look for better bread than ever came of wheat.
The fish that dallies with the hook does so to his sorrow. To ride with very short stirrups. It is quite possible! It is quite too much! He is capable of anything. To have no room to stand. The place is full. To be very much pleased ; very happy ; overjoyed. To be very much agitateti, with sor- row or anger. To be inflated with pride. No doubt can exist. Honor and riches are seldom found united. He cannot contain himself. It was my lot to come to America. Bear undeserved ills patiently, and strive to conquer them. There is nothing more to be desired. By the fireside of the benevolent man the humblest may find warmth.
To quarrel with those who live in the same house with us. To be very fat. To fit ; to be becoming. To become a favorite. To own one's error. To see the point ; to correct one's habits. Caer de su borrico. Caer de su estado. No caer en la cosa. Las ventanas caen al rio. Con las orejas caldas. Al caer de la hoja. El sol se deja caer. La pascua cae en Abril. Caer en el mes del obispo. I see ; I understand. To dismount from one's hobby. To fall on one's feet ; to succeed. To fall senseless ; or to lose one's position. To fall down flat. To sit a horse well. To be situated on this side.
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To feel very sleepy. The windows overlook the river. To blush with shame. The bill falls due. Your note falls due next month. To fail in one's engagement. To commit a fault. To fall to one's lot. At the close of the year ; autumn. The sun, or the day, declines. To be intolerably hot. To be growing dark. Old birds are not caught with chaff. Easter falls in April. To please ; to become a favorite. To fall in the estimation of any one. To detect a fraud in gambling. To break down through weakness. To walk with a shambling gait. He has won a prize in the lottery.
To be a booby ; a fool. To arrive in time for a succession. To be disappointed ; discouraged. Caer en mal caso. Caer en las mientes. Caer en el chiste. Caerse la sopa en la miel. Potros cayendo y mozos perdiendo, van asesando. Caer en las garras de alguno. Caer en alguna cosa. Caerse una cosa de la memoria. Calar el can de un arma de fuego. He who falls to-day may rise to- morrow. To fall into bad repute. To fall of itself. To guess ; to imagine something. To become one of a number.
To repeat a thing continually. To die off in great numbers. There is nothing free from imper- fections. This has succeeded beyond all ex- pectation. To suffer a great calamity. Misfortunes and hardships strengthen the character. Everything fells on the tender spot. Overthrown pride only inspires con- tempt. When the tree has fallen, it is used for firewood, and even for chips. To give cause for scandal. His fortune fell before the breath of malignity. To be deceived ; to fall into a snare. To fall into a trap.
To fall into a snare. To fall into the clutches of a person. To remember to find out about a thing. To apply a match to a firearm. To cock a gun. To fix the bayonet. To set the lance in rest ; to poise. To lower a drawbridge. Calar el sombrero en la cabeza. Calar el palo de un navio. No calentar el asiento. En tiempo de guerra ceden y callan leyes y audiencias. Callen barbas, y hablen cartas.
Callar y obrar por la tierra, y por la mar. He was out of breath when he got here. Es una persona de muchos alientos. He's a very energetic person. We have to lighten the load. Hurry up, it's late. This food's not nourishing enough. He enlisted in the Foreign Legion. We'd better get ready early because the train won't wait. He's up there waiting for you. Your friends are in there. Let's go that way. The village is beyond those trees.
I saw 'em over there a while ago. Put it over there. His house is there on the right. She lives far from there. From there one could see perfectly. He says we should go that way. It's a town of people. Lo siento en el alma. Lo voy a consultar con la almohada. I'm going to sleep on it i. They rented a house. They were sitting around the table. It cost about thirty pesos. We have to make some changes in our plans. He showed signs of great emotion. There were disorders all over the country. His coming changed our lives completely. Don't get excited; it's nothing.
What's that very tall building? He talked to a high official of the Treasury Department. Prices are very high in this store. Don't talk so loud. He returned very late at night. They live in the upper story of that house. The house is on top of the hill. We've overlooked many important facts. We stopped along the way to have lunch. The soldiers halted at the entrance to the town. I don't feel well at such a high altitude.
The lighting's poor in this part of the city. The street lamps don't give enough light. Can you light the way? He didn't raise his eyes from the book. They revolted against the government. He stole the money. In the summer it dawns earlier than in the winter. That guy's very embittered. He makes life miserable for everyone around him. He couldn't stand the bitterness of the coffee. His misfortunes caused him great bitterness. They soon became friends. He made friends with John. He got acquainted there in a short time. We talked with the owner of the house. Don't tell the boss. He likes to talk of love.
He's found a new love. He has too much pride. He was peeved by what you said. I want an enlargement of this photograph. They furnished the house very luxuriously. Do you think the road's wide enough for cars? This suit's too big for me. What's the width of the material?
We took a long hike up to the summit. You're a great gadabout, my boy. It's too far to walk. The train began to move. Is that clock going? I've been chasing around all day. He didn't win the prize, but he came close to it. The child's going on seven. The jockey fell right by the rail. The liveliness of the gathering surprised me. Don't be a jackass! Let's encourage the players. His arrival pepped up the party. I'm urging him to come with us. He was in good spirits. She cheered him up because he was depressed. It gets dark at five now. I'm anxious to meet her. The year before last we went to Europe.
I told you that before. This street used to have another name. Let's eat before we go. They left before we arrived. Above all, don't forget to write me. He lent me 30 pesos. They advanced the date of the party. They arrived half an hour early. He got ahead of me. She likes to dress in an old-fashioned way. She does whatever comes into her mind. Lo hago porque se me antoja. I do it because I take a notion to. I'm twenty years old. Put out the light.
The lights went out. He was surprised by the sudden appearance of his friend. That's a separate question. Put this package aside. Don't get off while the vehicle's in motion. They were grieved by the illness of their aunt. We were worried because we weren't getting any news. He can hardly walk. Let me know as soon as he comes. He got very depressed after his failure. They crushed all resistance. They flattened his nose. They flattened themselves against the wall. They put a coat of paint on the chair. How much do you bet? I bet I get there before you. Rest your foot on that step.
No one supported his motion. I second the motion. He's leaning on a cane. I have great respect for him. Don't walk so fast; we'll get there on time. Please hurry; we're late already. This collar's too tight. He pressed down on the suitcase to close it. He gripped my hand. The runner sprinted on the last lap. There was such a crowd that nobody saw anything. He does everything very quickly. I don't approve of his conduct. Did you pass your math exam? The boss had to advance him some money.
She made use of all the left-overs. Don't let him take advantage of you. Don't go too near the fire. You're aiming too low to hit the target. Jot it down in your notebook. They drained their glasses. The situation worries me very much. I bought that scarf we looked at yesterday.
I like this book better than that one. I'll wait for you in here. From now on we'll have to spend less money. Wet firewood doesn't burn well. I was burned up by what he said. His arguments don't convince me. I didn't like the plot of the movie. They armed the people. The machine has to be assembled. They made a big racket last night.
The mules balked halfway there. He armed himself with a pistol. He built up a good business in a short time. He's always making a mess of things. He's always broke at the end of the month. Three pages have been torn out. We saw the car start. On a sudden impulse I returned to my home town. This car has a self-starter. He gets everything because he's a bootlicker. He was dragged along by the current.
Be careful, your coat's dragging. They crawled out of the cave. Is everything arranged for the trip? I think they'll fix the radio this afternoon. Tidy up a bit and we'll go to the movies. How can I manage to finish on time? We did it according to your instructions. Do you want to rent your house? I want to rent a room. You'll be sorry for this. They live two flights up. The bedrooms are upstairs. It's past the square. He looked him up and down. From above one could see the river.
The car was going up. The hat was dirty around the top. He doesn't mind risking his life.
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If we don't take risks we'll never get anything done. Don't put the table so close to the wall. Give me a hand! Don't throw things out the window. That rope has to be coiled. They were trampled by the crowd. That man ruined them completely. He was ruined by that business. Are you interested in art? He presents his arguments with great skill.
Read the article on page two. They sell sporting goods. Let's roast the chestnuts. It's roasting in this room. The balloon went up slowly. He was promoted three times in one year. The bill amounted to pesos. He refused the food with disgust. Those things disgust me. Don't come near me; you're filthy. He turns up his nose at everything. He fastened the horse's pack with a rope. I assure you everything will be ready on time.
He maintains it's true. The baggage is insured. First make sure the information's correct. He took out accident insurance. That's the way it is. You must do it this way. And so they decided to act immediately. I don't say it without reason. I'll let you know as soon as I get there. Your attendance isn't necessary. I took care of him during his illness.
Were you present at the meeting? The wash'll have to be put in the sun to dry. They were taking a sun bath on the beach. He put his head out of the window. It's forbidden to lean out of windows. He amazes everybody by his cleverness. I'm amazed that you say that. He assumed full responsibility. What's the subject of that play?
Don't meddle in my affairs. Your screams frightened me. She's frightened by loud noises. If we go this way we'll catch up with 'em. He cut him short by saying no. Lace your shoes up tight. When I heard that I put two and two together. I've danced so much that I'm dizzy. The announcer called for attention. I'll never forget your kindness. She likes to attract attention. I reprimanded him for his insolence. The clerk waited on them immediately.
Please pay attention to what I'm saying. He takes very good care of his guests. I don't know what to depend on. There was an attempt on the life of the president. Su atento seguro servidor. He guessed the amount of money I had in my pocket. He didn't succeed in explaining what he wanted. I can't find the keyhole. I've never seen such a scatterbrain.
What an attractive woman! She's very pretty but she has no appeal. She's back there with some friends. Don't back up; there's a tree behind you. She stayed behind with some friends. This'll delay my trip a long time. I have to set my watch back; it's very fast. My watch loses ten minutes a day. I think we're getting behind in this work. The backwardness of that country's well known. The bullet pierced his arm. I've crossed the Atlantic several times. A truck stopped crosswise in the middle of the road.
He doesn't dare to tell me. What a horrible thing! An automobile ran over him. If you want to do a good job, don't rush through it. We can't tolerate such an outrage. Three pedestrians were victims of an accident. So much noise rattles me. He was stunned and didn't know what to answer. We can still get there on time. Even now it wouldn't be possible. He hasn't come yet. Even if he doesn't come we'll have to begin. Though I wasn't born in the country, I know it very well.
He left the class because he was feeling sick. Is there enough room in the car for everybody? Which is cheaper, the bus or the street car? He couldn't maintain his authority. They reported it to the authorities. The car moved very slowly.
We're not making any progress in our work. The floods ruined the crops. He agreed to what they said. He's a very promising young man. He gets ahead of everybody in his work. He shamed his whole family by his conduct. After he said it, he was ashamed. The mechanic repaired the damage without delay. The shipment was damaged by the rain. We have to notify the police. I'm warning you for the last time. They revived the fire by putting on more wood. Why don't you keep your eyes open? Step lively; it's very late. Wake up; you're half asleep.
I want to help him carry the packages. Don't smoke on an empty stomach. Let's take that chance. He likes games of chance. He chose them at random. This would embarrass anyone. When I told him that he was very much embarrassed. The enemy suffered many casualties. There was a general fall in prices. He dropped out of the club. For lack of payment they dropped him from the subscription list.
Let's go down the stairs slowly. Bring the suitcase down from my room. Will you help me take the suitcases down from the rack? They saw us as they were getting off the train. He bent over to tie his shoe. I want a low table. He's shorter than his brother. They were speaking in a low voice. Let's put the basses on the left.
The temperature's fallen below zero. The superintendent lives on the ground floor. What's my bank balance this month? Don't rock in the chair; it's going to break. Three shots were heard. He had three bullet wounds in his chest. They're giving tickets free. He tried to get her on the phone without success. Can I cash my check in this bank? All the benches are taken. The skirt had three red bands. He wore a red sash across his chest. That band gives me a headache.
A gang of thieves works these parts. Please bathe the children. I'm going to take a bath. It's very pretty and besides it's cheap. They sell things very cheap in this store. There's a sale today in that department store. He eats too much. What he did was an outrage. I like her an awful lot. How many times have you made the trip by boat? We need an iron bar. The spectators cheered the players on. He dicho que te calles. I told you to shut up!
Do you have enough money? She's a rather pretty woman. There wasn't enough food for all. The suit's made of very rough material. Please beat the eggs. He defeated his enemy. They haven't unpacked their trunks yet. He doesn't appreciate favors. The profits were very high. He doesn't know the difference between good and evil. He spoke very well.
The beer's very cold. He has a great deal of property. He's rich rather than poor. All right or Correct. Pay close attention to what I tell you. Have you bought the tickets? Give me the money in fives and tens. You have to put a screen in front of the door. I wish I'd bought a white dress!
There are white people, Indians, and Negroes in this city. They hit the target. Leave this sheet blank. They hit the mark three times. The soldiers had target practice in the morning. He didn't open his mouth all afternoon. The subway entrance is on the corner. The child's sleeping on his stomach. He was lying on his back on the beach. What an embarrassing situation that was!
What sultry weather we're having! What a shameful action! Blow the horn so that car'll let us pass. I'm out of breath. Give me that iron ball. We bought some tennis balls. There was a crowd of people at the entrance of the theater. She carried a silk purse. I need a paper bag to put it in. I don't know what the quotations are on the exchange today. They used a pump to take out the water. The bomb destroyed three houses. It struck like a bombshell! Where is there a filling station? Se puso una bomba. He got drunk [ Am ]. Three bulbs have burned out. Thank you for your kindness.
Please wait a moment. He was lying on the bed. Be careful, don't throw away those papers. Look how that ball bounces. I want a can of tomatoes. When he heard it he jumped. The theater was jammed. Be careful, it's a fierce bull. He got very mad. I don't like this paper; it's too shiny. He gave her a diamond bracelet.
Let's drink to your health! I said it as a joke. He takes everything lightly. He's abrupt in his way of speaking. That's a very good car. It was a good opportunity. I'm not feeling very well. Bueno, nos veremos a las cinco. All right, we'll meet at five. He gave it to me willingly. They made a terrible racket. He went out with a bundle of clothes in his hand. He has a swelling on his head. As soon as he saw what he had to do, he ducked out. They were making fun of him. Put these letters in the mail box.
He's a perfect gentleman. Here's your bill, sir. She wears her hair loose. Nothing else will fit in the trunk. The piano won't go through that door. There's no doubt that he's English. That child has a very large head. He was the leader of the movement. You have to use your brains in this work. He plunged into the water head first. Business is in a mess. He never loses his head.
Ese proyecto no tiene pies ni cabeza. There's no rhyme or reason to that plan. From end to end. We can't leave any loose ends. They passed the Cape of Good Hope. He has corporal's stripes. They put an end to the conversation. I know the story from beginning to end.
They carried out the plan right away. Take this junk out of here. Every day he says something different. Every one paid for his own meal. He asks me for it every time he sees me. A heavy rain fell. He dropped to his knees. The suit's becoming to him. His birthday falls on Sunday. He was taken sick a few days ago. I didn't realize it until much later. She fell down the stairs. Be careful, don't drop the tray.
He was lame after the fall. The opposition of the House caused the fall of the government. He gave her a box. He put a lot of money in the savings bank. They keep their jewelry in the safe. Look and see how much the cash register rings up.
Lecho de Arena - (bed of Sand) (Spanish, Paperback, Original ed.)
We have to see how much cash we have on hand. I'm going to buy a pack of cigarettes. They've lost the key to the drawer. They received a box of books. She turned him down. They flunked him in geometry. He got a cramp while he was swimming. The dagger penetrated to his heart. I got home drenched. He pulled his hat down to his eyes. Let's figure out the cost of the trip. Please heat the water. They warmed themselves in the sun. He's had a fever for the past few days.
Is this good material? Be careful, the soup's very hot. Why are you so quiet? He kept quiet while we were talking. He kept the truth from us. You're talking too much. Se callaron de repente. All of a sudden they stopped talking. What street do you live on? I had no choice but to throw him out. When his business failed he was left penniless. We're in a blind alley. There was a calm after the storm.
He takes his time when he works. These pills will ease the pain. He didn't calm down until much later. I don't like the heat. It's very warm today. Everything he's saying is slander. What size shoe do you wear? I'm going to chock the wheels so the car won't move. Please make my bed. He's been confined to bed for the past three months. What kind of a camera do you have? They were talking together like old pals. The maid hasn't made up the room yet. Ask the waitress for the menu. I want to reserve a first-class stateroom.
He hasn't changed a bit since I saw him. Can you change a ten-peso bill for me? Has there been any change in policy? Do you have any change? What's the rate of exchange on the dollar today? I'll give you this book in exchange for the other one.