Expresso leccion 28

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Right now we're gearing up for our big Christmas... gear up for (something).
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get ready for something. Prepárarse para.
Definitely Jessica– she's racked up ten goals in the first four games of the season... rack up (something).
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acquire a lot of something... Acumular, juntar algo.
I made a lot of mistakes during my first week on the job. ”Well, you can chalk it up to inexperience... chalk (something) up to (something).
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say that one thing is caused by another thing. Atribuir algo a.
Who do you think is the most promising player on the team?... promising.
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Prometedor, que promete algo hacia el futuro.
I'm trying to psych myself up for the interview tomorrow... psych myself up.
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Preparse psicológicamente, mentalizarse, prepararse mentalmente.
She's off to an incredible start... off to do something.
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leaving to do something. ir a hacer algo.
She tells me she's off to make her fortune in the world of modelling... off to do something.
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leaving to do something. ir a hacer algo.
Do you remember that big winter storm we had last year?. I sure do!. We were cooped up in the house for three days – it was impossible to drive anywhere... be cooped up.
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be confined to a small space. Encerrado, confinado, enjaulado.
I just got the newest tablet computer. Really?. How does it stack up against the older model?... stack up against.
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Comparar con.
The old man divided his estate evenly between his son and daughter... evenly.
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en partes iguales, equitativamente.

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