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[PEDIDO] Finales Ingles 1
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[PEDIDO] Finales Ingles 1 Finales Inglés I
Buenas, alguien tiene modelos de finales de ingles 1?

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23-11-2012 23:11
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RE: [PEDIDO] Finales Ingles 1
El final es simplemente traducir un texto técnico. El que me tocó a mí hablaba de un router, por ejemplo. Para que te des una idea de la longitud, es más o menos largo como esto:

Cita:Of the two highly symbolic pieces of land in New York harbor, the more obvious icon is the Statue of Liberty; the lady embodies every immigrant’s dream of America. But I’ll take Ellis Island—that’s an icon with its feet in reality. Almost half the people now living in America can trace their ancestry to the 12 million men and women and children who entered the country there. mainly between 1892 and 1924. “It’s their Plymouth Rock,” says M. Ann Belkov, superintendent of the National Park Service’s Immigration Museum, which occupies the distinctive red brick building, now handsomely restored, where the immigrants were processed. “Tourists who come here are walking in their families’ footsteps,” Belkov told me. “Three of my four grandparents first stepped on land in the U.S.A. in this building.”

Unlike most museums, which preserve the dead past, Ellis Island feels almost alive, or at least within reach of living memory. People we all know made history–American history and their own history–in the vast Registry Room, where as many as 5,000 newcomers a day were examined by officials and doctors and were served meals that contained strange and wonderful foods. Many had never seen a banana. “The white bread was like cake already,” says one old man who came from Russia, his voice typical of the many oral recollections that animate the building, along with exhibits displaying the much-loved possessions that the immigrants brought from their own culture: clothes and linens and embroidery, ornaments and religious objects and musical instruments.

Strong faces stare out of innumerable photographs: men and women from every cranny of the world. The captions quote them eloquently on the poverty and persecution that impelled them to leave (“always there was the police”) and on the unbelievable freedoms that awaited them here. One of them says, “It was as if God’s great promise had been fulfilled.”

Esas son aprox. 300 palabras. Acordate que podés usar el diccionario inglés/español. Llevá uno grande si tenés (si tenés uno técnico mejor) y sino andá un rato antes y sacalo de la biblioteca.

Si tenés medianamente una idea de inglés lo sacás de taquito.
24-11-2012 09:21
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