Practicar Inglés en Dehesa Vieja

Estos coloquios se realizan con la idea de practicar el inglés y de acercarnos a todos al aprendizaje de este idioma. Esta actividad no tendrá ningún coste mas que tu esfuerzo en venir y compartir tus ideas.

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Debate en Inglés: PETS ... Vuestras Mascosa 16th December Dehesa Vieja

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Como siempre, os invitamos a participar en el coloquio en inglés en el centro cívico. La idea de estos coloquios es practicar nuestro inglés con gente de diferentes niveles e intentar soltarnos. No hay requisitos ni obligaciones, solo participar en la medida que se pueda y se quiera. 

Os dejamos unos enlaces más abajo para que podais preparar el coloquio y que podáis venir con una opinión formada del tema que vamos a hablar. Por este motivo todo los temas los ponemos en inglés para que tengamos los conceptos preparados en el idioma en el que vamos a hablar.

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Pets ... Vuestras Mascotas

This debate we will make sure everyone will participate in an equal manner to share opinions and impressions

Related Links: suggested reading

These are some links we suggest you read to prepare for the debate

Pets Vocabulary list with Definitions (Jaime´s compilation)

The following list has vocabulary items that are related to pets. Try to learn as many of the words as you can.

  • Adorable: Something that is lovely and cute. (adjective)
  • Allergic: A reaction to something that often includes sneezing. (adjective)
  • Bark: The sound a dog makes. (noun)
  • Bird: An animal that flies and has feathers. (noun)
  • Bite: To use the mouth and teeth to hold something or someone. (verb)
  • Bowl: What an animal would eat or drink out of. (noun)
  • Breed: The specific type of animal, e.g. there are many different breeds of dog. (noun)
  • Cage: A structure made of metal bars that is used to keep an animal in. (noun)
  • Canary: A small bird that sings a beautiful song and is a yellow color. (noun)
  • Canine teeth: The sharp and long teeth that some animals have. (noun)
  • Cat: A furry animal that goes meow with whiskers and a tail. (noun)
  • Chirp: The noise that a bird makes. (noun)
  • Claws: The sharp curved parts of animal’s and bird’s feet. (noun)
  • Collar: A strap around an animal’s neck that is used to attach a lead. (noun)
  • Crawl: To move slowly. (verb)
  • Dog: An animal with fur that wags it tail and barks. (noun)
  • Feathers: The covering of a bird’s body. (noun)
  • Fetch: A game to play with a dog where the person throws something and the dog brings it back. (noun)
  • Fish: An animal that lives in water and swims. (noun)
  • Food bowl: The container for an animal’s food. (noun)
  • Food: What an animal eats. (noun)
  • Friendly: An animal that likes people. (adjective)
  • Fur: The hair that covers many types of animals. (noun)
  • Groom: To look after the fur of animals so they look smart and clean. (verb)
  • Groomer: Person who cuts the fur of animals and makes them look beautiful. (noun)
  • Hamster: A small animal that stores food in its cheeks. (noun)
  • Horse: A large animal that can be ridden by a person. (noun)
  • ID tag: Something that is attached to a collar and has information about the animal’s owner. (noun)
  • Kennel: A small house for a dog. (noun)
  • Kitten: A baby cat. (noun)
  • Lead: The rope or other material used to stop an animal running away, normally a dog (same as leash). (noun)
  • Leash: The rope or other material used to stop an animal running away, normally a dog (same as lead). (noun)
  • Meow: The sound a cat makes. (noun)
  • Microchip: A small device put under an animal’s skin to identify it. (noun)
  • Mouse: A small animal with a pointed nose. (noun)
  • Parrot: A type of bird that is brightly colored and can learn to speak words. (noun)
  • Pet owner: A person who looks after and cares for a pet. (noun)
  • Pet shop: A shop where pets and pet supplies can be bought. (noun)
  • Pet: An animal that is kept by a person to be a friend. (noun)
  • Playful: An animal that wants to have fun with people. (adjective)
  • Puppy: A baby dog. (noun)
  • Ride: To sit on an animal while it moves. (verb)
  • Shy: An animal that is scared of people. (adjective)
  • Snake: A reptile with no legs or arms. (noun)
  • Stroke: To use a hand to play with an animal’s fur (same as to pet) (British English). (verb)
  • Tail: The long and thin part of an animal that comes out of the end of the back. (noun)
  • Tank: A container for fish. (noun)
  • Teeth: The white hard parts of the mouth used for chewing. (noun)
  • Tie up: To use a rope or other material to attach to an animal’s collar so it will not run away. (verb)
  • To pet: To use a hand to play with an animal’s fur (same as stroke) (American English). (verb)
  • Vet: (Veterinarian) A person who looks after sick and hurt animals. (noun)
  • Wag: To move a tail from side to side. (verb)
  • Walk: To take an animal, mainly a dog, to get exercise. (verb)


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