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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Gomez_Leo

55 Verbos en inglés poco conocidos pero útiles

Para encontrar trabajo en una empresa internacional extranjera o estudiar en el exterior, muchas veces debes obtener el certificado TOEFL que compruebe tu conocimiento del inglés a un nivel suficiente para poder llevar una conversación en ese idioma. Para ello, debes aprobar el examen.

Genial.guru una reconocida página a nivel internacional, que preparó una lista de 55 verbos en inglés que les serán útiles a todos aquellos que quieran perfeccionar este idioma. Para poder encontrarlo debes seguir el link:

http://genial.guru/admiracion-curiosidades/55-verbos-en-ingles-poco-conocidos-pero-utiles-131505/

March 24, 2016

18 comentarios


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/garamond5

¡Huy! Gracias por mencionar al público ese sitio web. De allí mismo se encuentran otros interesantes como

  • 155 Frases necesarias para una conversación en inglés http://genial.guru/admiracion-curiosidades/155-frases-necesarias-para-una-conversacion-en-ingles-104405/ (que alguien ya lo había mencionado por aquí)
  • 60+ frases con los verbos más necesarios en Inglés http://genial.guru/inspiracion-consejos/60-frases-con-los-verbos-mas-necesarios-en-ingles-64455/
  • Los mejores 50 sitios de Internet para aquellos que están aprendiendo inglés http://genial.guru/inspiracion-consejos/los-mejores-50-sitios-de-internet-para-aquellos-que-estan-aprendiendo-ingles-53805/
  • 5 Razones por las que todavía no sabes hablar inglés http://genial.guru/inspiracion-consejos/5-razones-por-las-que-todavia-no-sabes-hablar-ingles-40405/
March 24, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Gomez_Leo

Así es :D

March 24, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/lukasduolingo08

if we are english students why are we speaking in spanish?

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/garamond5

I think I know what you're talking. Anyway, this post is also for the most inexperienced.

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Gomez_Leo

Thank you! Garamond have all the reason. I can speak english friend, but the idea is can help for the most inexperienced. If you want we can speak english. I do not have any problems with speak, because that is very important for me; it is the foundation to learn well the idioms. Greetings. I must admit that I am no expert in this area of responsibility.

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/lukasduolingo08

i did not understand well, but if we are learning english we have to push ourselves to do it, even the most unexperiensed, basicly because the level of english we use here is not high. to create an english atmosphere in this media is going to help everybody to advance faster towards an aceptable fluency and language andderstanding, i am not saying your post is wrong, you are providing information and documents to help our partners in this process and that is a great actitude, what is wrong is to think that using spanish on the web is better to comunicate and help others to learn english, thats the aspect i am correcting you, now i am just inviting everybody to speak english on this web site.

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Jason2120

You must consider here are posts to practice English, and other posts which serve the most novice, who not only have no idea of English, but also do not know much to use computers (I know many people like that, they don't even know how to open a dictionary ). For those who already know a little, there are recent posts, such as

  • Test your Knowledge. Latin America
  • I want to practice my speak in Inglés
  • We speak of books
  • What languages do you plan to learn?

I agree with you that we should practice English by reading it from the beginning, but this post is especially for the most novice. So let them read in Spanish.

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Jazztonight

To use an idiom, "I beg to differ." In other words, while someone may have decided that these 55 verbs are very important and you must know them for the TOEFL for some reason, let me list a few from the list that a native speaker will rarely use.

This does not mean that I would never use them (I have several college degrees and am a published author). It just means that these verbs are rarely used. And given the large number of verbs that are used in everyday language, I personally would never put these on a list of "Verbs that you should or must know":

Abash; aggregate; bethink; castigate (great word; rarely used); efface; feign; remonstrate (give me a break; this is never used!).

If these are the verbs that you "must know" to pass the TOEFL, then the people creating the TOEFL test should re-think the list.

Just my opinion. They're all good words. But there are hundreds of verbs in English that are far more useful.

March 24, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/garamond5

Hey, thanks for giving us your perspective on this issue. I guess you're an English speaker. I also read once that we must work very hard to learn phrasal verbs, because in English conversational, instead of using a direct verb, almost certainly the phrasal verb is used. Thanks for letting us know about that detail.

Hey, gracias por brindarnos tu perspectiva sobre este asunto. Supongo que eres un hablante inglés. Yo también leí alguna vez que debemos esforzarnos mucho al aprender los verbos frasales, porque en inglés coversacional, en vez de usar el verbo directo, muy seguramente se usará el verbo frasal. Gracias por informarnos acerca de ese detalle.

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Jazztonight

Yes, I'm an English speaker. You make a very good point about phrasal verbs. It's the kind of thing that native speakers don't think about too much. Here is a good description of phrasal verbs: http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar/verbs/phrasal-verbs

I am aware that English is not a very easy language to learn. There are many Spanish-English cognates, but the sentence structure is often different. When you translate directly from one language to the other, you see why "foreigners" sound the way they do--they're translating a sentence "verbatim," not taking into account the differences in how a sentence is structured in the new language.

After my first college class in Spanish many years ago, I could make myself understood when visiting Spain or Mexico, but my grammar was terrible. (It's still not great.) However, my vocabulary in Spanish was and still is quite good because I have a firm understanding of how cognates are formed and can be used.

If you have a large vocabulary in your native language, it helps a lot! (The example I always use is "edificio." Native English speakers rarely use the word "edifice"--they will typically say "building." But if you know what an edifice is, then learning and remembering that "edificio" is the Spanish word for "building" is easy.

Claro?

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/garamond5

Sure!

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/LuisGerardo01

Thank so much! for this considerations!

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/BlueHighway

¡Muy bueno, gracias!

March 24, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/DiegoAlejo-Perez

¡Muy buen aporte! 10/10

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/MichGonz

Thank you!

March 25, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/jasdres

good morning , estoy empezando a aprender ingles aprendi mucho de gramatica pero me cuesta mucho entender cuando hablan, alguien q pueda realizar conversaciones les agradecería mucho

March 26, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/anaclarayunes

gracias!

March 26, 2016

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Cynza179

Muchas gracias por el aporte ! ;)

March 28, 2016
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