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algo inglés:

1. aught


know you aught of this fellow, young sir?

Inglés palabraalgo"(aught) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "Brite and Fair" (Henry A. Shute)
Fichas del libro - "Th' Barrel Organ" (Edwin Waugh)
Fichas del libro - "Lancashire Songs" (Edwin Waugh)
Fichas del libro - "As Others Saw Him" (Joseph Jac...
Fichas del libro - "Indian and Other Tales" (M. L....

2. something


Let's try something.
A passport is something you cannot do without when you go to a foreign country.
Quit talking like you've got something stuck in your mouth and say what you mean.
If you know that something unpleasant will happen, that you will go to the dentist for example, or to France, then that is not good.
Unless it's something fairly impressive, I won't remember it.
Something you should know about me is that I'm afraid of heights.
They took Tom to the hospital to have his stomach pumped because he ate something poisonous.
I talked with Tom for over an hour before he said something that made me realize he wasn't a native speaker.
Mathematicians are like French people: whatever you tell them they translate it into their own language and turn it into something totally different.
If there is nothing near them that needs doing, they are sure to go and find something.
This kind of music is something that older people have difficulty understanding.
Our section chief always makes a face at me when I ask him for something.
If a burglar came into my room, I would throw something at him.
Even though I felt that there was something strange, I just didn't know what it was.
This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.

Inglés palabraalgo"(something) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "Deepfreeze" (Robert Donald Locke)
Fichas del libro - "The Annals of Ann" (Kate Trimb...
Fichas del libro - "The Notting Hill Mystery" (Cha...
Fichas del libro - "Among the Canadian Alps" (Lawr...
Fichas del libro - "Cleek: the Man of the Forty Fa...

3. somewhat


When he saw her letter, he felt somewhat uneasy.
With the approach of Christmas, business improved somewhat.
Now that I think over it, it's somewhat embarrassing.
somewhat confused
Strictly speaking, his view differs somewhat from mine.
The collaboration between these somewhat eccentric men was filled with strain and compromise on both sides, but in the end they appear to have gotten on well.
They say that God is everywhere, and yet we always think of Him as somewhat of a recluse.
This is because they are trying to prove they are somewhat independent.
I am very good at appearing organised, although the reality is somewhat different.
While walking, I used to feel somewhat in a hurry.
She received me somewhat unenthusiastically
It is somewhat too Eurocentric and somewhat too compartmentalised as well.
She threw her skinny arms around my neck and planted a somewhat sticky kiss on my cheek.
He was a good-looking but somewhat raffish young gentleman.

Inglés palabraalgo"(somewhat) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "In Red and Gold" (Samuel Merwin)
Fichas del libro - "On the Age of Maya Ruins" (Cha...
Fichas del libro - "Mammals from Southeastern Alas...
Fichas del libro - "Was the Beginning Day of the M...