By Edward Rosset
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Los angeles historia de Espana es los angeles de un territorio practicamente sin gobernantes patriotas, es l. a. historia de un fracaso, de lo que pudo haber sido y no fue, de lo que, en repetidas ocasiones, unos autenticos patriotas intentaron y otras tantas el oscurantismo religioso malogro. A estos intentos los reaccionarios de siempre les han calificado despectivamente de utopias, como si los angeles utopia fuera un mal, cuando a lo largo de l. a. historia solo las utopias han movido el mundo y han liberado al hombre, pues nunca es este tan chic como cuando lucha por una utopia.
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The doctor seemed quite self-confident 'Your injury is going to get worse if you don't relax your training a little. You'll be better shortly. ' Stanley 27 PREPOSICIONES: AT Ibamos a encontrarnos en la estacion a las doce. Cuando llegue al punto de reunion, el no estaba alii. No habfa mucha gente en la estacion. Los fines de semana no viaja mucha gente. Habfa un mozo en la puerta. Estaba mirando a los pasajeros. Decidi esperaren el bar. Me sente en una mesa en un rincon. Al principio estaba impaciente.
I was walking in the rain. I was in a hurry. A tall man in his fifties was looking at the sky. He had a bag in his right hand. There were pieces of stale bread in the bag. He was dressed in rags. He lived in poverty. There was snow on the mountains and it was cold in January. We had a little house on the hill and it was already in sight. In the middle of the path there was a broken mirror. It was broken into several pieces. The light reflected in the mirror. The tramp picked up a piece of mirror and said a few words in a low voice.
I arrived late. My grandfather never accepted excuses, and he never admitted that he was wrong. He lived in an old house at the end of Elm Street. I visited him very often. "Grandpa", as I called him, worked a lot in the garden and picked flowers for the house. He liked the country. He often walked and picked wild fruit. He attended meetings and visited his friends, he never rested. He was an educated person. He painted pictures and played several musical instruments. He argued with his friends, joked and laughed very often.
159 Traducciones Para Las Escuelas de Idiomas Nivel 1 (Spanish Edition) by Edward Rosset