6.8.13

A fancy dress party.


Going to a party. - Ir a una fiesta.

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Hello. Do you like work? I don’t. I don’t like work. I like food and I like wine and I like parties. But I don’t like work.
Hello. It’s six o’clock.
No Jane, it’s five to six. It’s not six o'clock. At six o'clock I can go home.
Do you like parties?
Yes, I like parties, Jane.
Shall we go to a party? Look.
A fancy dress party.
Yes, can you come?
What can I wear?
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Do you like this?
No, I don't like it at all.
Do you like this one?
No, I don't like it.
I like it.
And I like it. I like it very much.
What do you think of this?
It's nice.
No.
I like this one. It's very nice. What do you think?
Well.
I like this one. I like it very much.
Do you like this one? What do you think of this one?
It's nice, but I like this one. What do you think of it?
Sorry, I don't like it at all. What can I wear?
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Nine o'clock.
Good morning.
I don't like parties.
Tea or coffee?
Coffee, please. I prefer coffee to tea in the morning.
Oh, not bad. Not bad at all.
I don't like it much. But I like you, Jane.
And I like you.
Good bye.

Vocabulario:

Shall we go to a party? - ¿Vamos a una fiesta?
A fancy dress party. - Una fiesta de disfraces.
What can I wear? - ¿Qué puedo ponerme?
No, I don't like it at all. - No, no me gusta en absoluto.
What do you think of this? - ¿Qué piensas de esto?
I prefer coffee to tea

Gramática:

Shall  se usa para hacer una sugerencia y ofrecerse a hacer algo.

Hello. Do you like work? I don’t. I don’t like work. I like food and I like wine and I like parties. But I don’t like work.

Hello. It’s six o’clock.
No Jane, it’s five to six. It’s not six o'clock. At six o'clock I can go home.
Do you like parties?
Yes, I like parties, Jane.
Shall we go to a party? Look.
A fancy dress party.
Yes, can you come?
What can I wear?
Hola. ¿Te gusta el trabajo? Yo no. No me gusta el trabajo. Me gusta la comida y me gusta el vino y me gustan las fiestas. Pero no me gusta el trabajo.
Hola. Son las seis.
No Jane, son cinco menos seis. No son las seis. A las seis, puedo irme a casa.
¿Te gustan las fiestas?
Sí, me gustan las fiestas, Jane.
¿Vamos a ir a una fiesta? Mira.
Una fiesta de disfraces.
Sí, ¿puedes venir?
¿Qué puedo ponerme?
Do you like this?
No, I don't like it at all.
Do you like this one?
No, I don't like it.
I like it.
And I like it. I like it very much.
What do you think of this?
It's nice.
No.
I like this one. It's very nice. What do you think?
Well.
I like this one. I like it very much.
Do you like this one? What do you think of this one?
It's nice, but I like this one. What do you think of it?
Sorry, I don't like it at all. What can I wear?
¿Te gusta esto?
No, no me gusta en absoluto.
¿Te gusta este?
No, no me gusta.
A mí me gusta.
Y a mí me gusta. Me gusta mucho.
¿Qué piensas de esto?
Es bonito.
No.
Me gusta esta. Es muy bonito. ¿Qué piensas tu?
Pues.
Me gusta esta. Me gusta mucho.
¿Te gusta este? ¿Qué piensas de este?

Es bonito, pero me gusta esta. ¿Qué piensas de eso?
Lo siento, no me gusta en absoluto. ¿Qué puedo ponerme?
Nine o'clock.
Good morning.
I don't like parties.
Tea or coffee?
Coffee, please. I prefer coffee to tea in the morning.
Oh, not bad. Not bad at all.
I don't like it much. But I like you, Jane.

And I like you.
Good bye.                 
Las nueve de la mañana.
Buenos días.
No me gustan las fiestas.
¿Té o café?
Café, por favor. Prefiero el café al té por la mañana.
Oh, no está mal. No está mal en absoluto.
No me gusta mucho. Pero me gustas tu, Jane.
Y me gustas tu.
Adiós.

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