In the summer it dawns earlier than in the winter. That guy's very embittered. He makes life miserable for everyone around him. He couldn't stand the bitterness of the coffee. His misfortunes caused him great bitterness. They soon became friends. He made friends with John. He got acquainted there in a short time. We talked with the owner of the house. Don't tell the boss. He likes to talk of love. He's found a new love. Yes, darling. He has too much pride. He was peeved by what you said.
I want an enlargement of this photograph. They furnished the house very luxuriously. Do you think the road's wide enough for cars? This suit's too big for me. What's the width of the material? We took a long hike up to the summit. You're a great gadabout, my boy. It's too far to walk. The train began to move.go
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Is that clock going? I've been chasing around all day. He didn't win the prize, but he came close to it. The child's going on seven. Move on! Go on! The jockey fell right by the rail. The liveliness of the gathering surprised me. Don't be a jackass! Let's encourage the players. His arrival pepped up the party. I'm urging him to come with us.
He was in good spirits. She cheered him up because he was depressed. It gets dark at five now. I'm anxious to meet her. The year before last we went to Europe. I told you that before. This street used to have another name. Let's eat before we go. They left before we arrived. Above all, don't forget to write me. He lent me 30 pesos. They advanced the date of the party. They arrived half an hour early. He got ahead of me. She likes to dress in an old-fashioned way.
She does whatever comes into her mind. Lo hago porque se me antoja. I do it because I take a notion to. Happy New Year. I'm twenty years old. Put out the light. The lights went out. He was surprised by the sudden appearance of his friend. That's a separate question. Put this package aside. Don't get off while the vehicle's in motion. They were grieved by the illness of their aunt. We were worried because we weren't getting any news.
He can hardly walk. Let me know as soon as he comes. He got very depressed after his failure. They crushed all resistance. They flattened his nose. They flattened themselves against the wall. He's very studious. They put a coat of paint on the chair. How much do you bet? I bet I get there before you. Rest your foot on that step. No one supported his motion. I second the motion. He's leaning on a cane.
I have great respect for him. Don't walk so fast; we'll get there on time. Please hurry; we're late already. Tighten this screw. This collar's too tight. He pressed down on the suitcase to close it. He gripped my hand. The runner sprinted on the last lap. There was such a crowd that nobody saw anything.
He does everything very quickly. I don't approve of his conduct. Did you pass your math exam?
The boss had to advance him some money. She made use of all the left-overs. Don't let him take advantage of you. Don't go too near the fire. You're aiming too low to hit the target. Jot it down in your notebook. They drained their glasses. The situation worries me very much. Don't worry. Hurry up, child! Hurry up! I bought that scarf we looked at yesterday. I like this book better than that one. He isn't here. I'll wait for you in here. From now on we'll have to spend less money. Come this way.
Wet firewood doesn't burn well. I was burned up by what he said. His arguments don't convince me. I didn't like the plot of the movie. They armed the people. The machine has to be assembled. They made a big racket last night. The mules balked halfway there. He armed himself with a pistol.
He built up a good business in a short time. He's always making a mess of things. He's always broke at the end of the month. Three pages have been torn out. We saw the car start. On a sudden impulse I returned to my home town. This car has a self-starter.
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What a heel! He gets everything because he's a bootlicker. He was dragged along by the current. Be careful, your coat's dragging. They crawled out of the cave. Is everything arranged for the trip? I think they'll fix the radio this afternoon. Tidy up a bit and we'll go to the movies. How can I manage to finish on time? We did it according to your instructions. Do you want to rent your house? I want to rent a room. You'll be sorry for this. They live two flights up.
The bedrooms are upstairs. It's past the square. He looked him up and down. From above one could see the river. The car was going up. Let's go up. The hat was dirty around the top. He doesn't mind risking his life. If we don't take risks we'll never get anything done. Don't put the table so close to the wall. Give me a hand! Don't throw things out the window. That rope has to be coiled. They were trampled by the crowd. That man ruined them completely. He was ruined by that business. Are you interested in art? Fine arts. He presents his arguments with great skill.
Read the article on page two. They sell sporting goods. Let's roast the chestnuts. It's roasting in this room. The balloon went up slowly. He was promoted three times in one year. The bill amounted to pesos. He refused the food with disgust. Those things disgust me. Don't come near me; you're filthy. He turns up his nose at everything. He fastened the horse's pack with a rope.
I assure you everything will be ready on time. He maintains it's true. The baggage is insured. First make sure the information's correct. He took out accident insurance. That's the way it is. You must do it this way. And so they decided to act immediately. I don't say it without reason. I'll let you know as soon as I get there. Your attendance isn't necessary. I took care of him during his illness.
Were you present at the meeting? The wash'll have to be put in the sun to dry. They were taking a sun bath on the beach. He put his head out of the window. It's forbidden to lean out of windows. He amazes everybody by his cleverness. I'm amazed that you say that. He assumed full responsibility. What's the subject of that play? Don't meddle in my affairs. Your screams frightened me. She's frightened by loud noises. If we go this way we'll catch up with 'em.
He cut him short by saying no. Lace your shoes up tight. When I heard that I put two and two together. I've danced so much that I'm dizzy. The announcer called for attention. I'll never forget your kindness. She likes to attract attention. I reprimanded him for his insolence.
The clerk waited on them immediately. Please pay attention to what I'm saying. He takes very good care of his guests. I don't know what to depend on. There was an attempt on the life of the president. Su atento seguro servidor. Very truly yours. He guessed the amount of money I had in my pocket. He didn't succeed in explaining what he wanted. I can't find the keyhole. I've never seen such a scatterbrain. What an attractive woman! She's very pretty but she has no appeal. She's back there with some friends.
Don't back up; there's a tree behind you. He looked back. She stayed behind with some friends. This'll delay my trip a long time. I have to set my watch back; it's very fast. My watch loses ten minutes a day. I think we're getting behind in this work. The backwardness of that country's well known. The bullet pierced his arm. I've crossed the Atlantic several times. A truck stopped crosswise in the middle of the road. He doesn't dare to tell me. What a horrible thing! An automobile ran over him.
If you want to do a good job, don't rush through it. We can't tolerate such an outrage. Three pedestrians were victims of an accident. So much noise rattles me. He was stunned and didn't know what to answer. We can still get there on time. Even now it wouldn't be possible. He hasn't come yet. Even if he doesn't come we'll have to begin. Though I wasn't born in the country, I know it very well.
He left the class because he was feeling sick. Is there enough room in the car for everybody? Which is cheaper, the bus or the street car? He couldn't maintain his authority. They reported it to the authorities. The car moved very slowly. We're not making any progress in our work.
The floods ruined the crops. He agreed to what they said. He's a very promising young man. He gets ahead of everybody in his work. He shamed his whole family by his conduct. After he said it, he was ashamed. The mechanic repaired the damage without delay. The shipment was damaged by the rain. We have to notify the police. I'm warning you for the last time.
They revived the fire by putting on more wood. Why don't you keep your eyes open? Step lively; it's very late. Wake up; you're half asleep. I want to help him carry the packages. Don't smoke on an empty stomach. Let's take that chance. He likes games of chance. He chose them at random. This would embarrass anyone. When I told him that he was very much embarrassed. The sugar industry. The enemy suffered many casualties. There was a general fall in prices. He dropped out of the club.
For lack of payment they dropped him from the subscription list. Let's go down the stairs slowly. The temperature fell. Bring the suitcase down from my room. Will you help me take the suitcases down from the rack? They saw us as they were getting off the train. He bent over to tie his shoe. I want a low table. He's shorter than his brother. They were speaking in a low voice.
Let's put the basses on the left. The temperature's fallen below zero. The superintendent lives on the ground floor. What's my bank balance this month?
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Don't rock in the chair; it's going to break. Three shots were heard. He had three bullet wounds in his chest. This bucket leaks. They're giving tickets free. He tried to get her on the phone without success. Can I cash my check in this bank?
All the benches are taken. The skirt had three red bands. He wore a red sash across his chest. That band gives me a headache. A gang of thieves works these parts. Please bathe the children. I'm going to take a bath. It's very pretty and besides it's cheap. They sell things very cheap in this store. There's a sale today in that department store. He eats too much.
Don't talk nonsense. What he did was an outrage. I like her an awful lot. How many times have you made the trip by boat? We need an iron bar. The spectators cheered the players on. See bastar enough! He dicho que te calles. That's enough! I told you to shut up! Do you have enough money?
She's a rather pretty woman. There wasn't enough food for all. The suit's made of very rough material. Please beat the eggs. He defeated his enemy. They haven't unpacked their trunks yet. He doesn't appreciate favors. The profits were very high. He doesn't know the difference between good and evil. He spoke very well. The beer's very cold. He has a great deal of property. He's rich rather than poor. All right or Correct.
Pay close attention to what I tell you. Have you bought the tickets? Give me the money in fives and tens. You have to put a screen in front of the door. I wish I'd bought a white dress! LL [ edit ] llama flame. M [ edit ] maceta flowerpot. Mahoma Mohammed. Manuel Immanuel. Marruecos m. N [ edit ] nacer to be born. P [ edit ] Pablo Paul. See patio. Pedro Peter. See plaza. See puerta.
R [ edit ] rabadilla handle. Roma Rome. Rusia Russia. Su Majestad his her, your Majesty. Moorish recluse. T [ edit ] tabaco tobacco, cigar. Torcuata Torquata. Z [ edit ] zafar ; vr. Hidden category: Modules with print version. Namespaces Book Discussion. Views Read Edit View history. Policies and guidelines Contact us. The day after they arrived in Pripyat, Aliaksei scanned the news In the library, all the books about nuclear energy and radiation had been removed, and what looked like fistfuls of pages had been ripped out of others.
Only silent, hollow shelves were left in their place. Life was less erratic there. Years ago, the city had been a peaceful place to live. The regime had modeled it according to the slogans of the revolution. All of the houses were to be constructed the same way: the same amount of space, the same number of rooms, the same height. There was also a school within walking distance for the children of the workers, and a shopping center that would be equidistant to all homes and apartment buildings.
Over the years, the regime had been able to integrate the countryside into the city as well. Instead of leading entirely separate lives from the city folk, the farmers now supplied them with food. He had a son and daughter to take care of, who had also given him a granddaughter with those great big eyes. But to Varenska, working in the new plant had seemed like a grand opportunity. From then on, Aliaksei felt that his family would never be the same. At that time, people knew either very little or nothing at all about what had happened at Hiroshima.
Aliaksei remembered that the soldiers had been wearing masks on the day of the evacuation. But radiation? What was that? Where was it? Business relations had also been cemented with other cities like Kiev, kilometers away. Anya was just happy because the apple tree in their yard had grown tall enough for her to climb. Perhaps these were the good things that came with the plant. He went inside to escape the cold for the night. The next morning at first light, he took a tour around the house. Some plates, serving dishes, and corroded, dust-filled teacups formed a centerpiece on the wooden table.
In the bedroom he found an old dress; once red, it had been irreparably discolored by sunlight until it was the same shade as the dirt that permeated the rest of the space. The old man peered through the window out into the abandoned garden, which was beginning to merge with the forest beyond. A gentle breeze convinced him to take a rest that afternoon. As he continued further into the zone, the silence that hung over it grew more pervasive.
Only the sound of a bird crashing into a nearby tree interrupted the muteness of the woods. Aliaksei approached the wounded animal and gently picked it up. It trembled in his hands, its neck broken. Suddenly, the old man dropped the bird, an expression of terror flashing in his eyes. But Aliaksei was tired. Later, we hung the Nazis. Do you know how much that costs, to hang a man in a tree and leave him there as an example for more than a week? Now, this tree is dead. But if it could talk, what stories it could tell.
Hanging over his ruined house, the trees of Chernobyl had grown and laid waste to everything. Branches like hands had split and extended from the reddish forest, striking at walls and windows. As he circled the house, he found the well that they had built together more than twenty years ago.
It was here that Aliaksei had crouched down and drank the little water he could cup in his hands. Alexander remembered how he had filled his canteen, and turned to gaze upon the forest of Chernobyl, that army of trees that surrounded everything in sight. Its green color had disappeared, and was now replaced by an unrecognizable shade in every direction. Cold, the old woman tugged at the piece of fabric slung across her body, which looked like it had perhaps once been a blouse.
Just a few hours that way. The handful of people that lived there left for the other side of the river, far from the city and the plant. Returned to nature. Not even a shadow of your son. Although obscured by branches, he could make out a shadowy building in the distance as the daylight began to fade. Its open doors received him silently. He went in carefully, as the vegetation had begun to grow around the windows and ceiling.
It had broken the floor as well, and climbed up the walls. In desperation the forest was dragging itself out of its emptiness and into the school. The smudged blackboard left only a hint of a word that someone had once written on it. Aliaksei was afraid. The silence was entrenched around the city, and yet left not a trace.
It crept into his skin and resounded in his heart. In this room, it was the only thing to be heard. He held his breath for a moment when he heard a noise from out in the avenue, exhaling only when it was gone. He moved on, continuing to pass through the abandoned streets, the deserted commercial center. None of the streets had names: the radiation had burned them away.
The silence became more profound as Aliaksei approached the amusement park. Here too, the undergrowth had grown hastily until it became intertwined with the structures of twisted metal. A few meters away was the Ferris wheel, now cumbersome and paused in time.
It rose up above him with no explanation to give. If he peered closely enough, he could still make out the faint yellow color of its passenger cars. It reminded him of Anya, and From the top, it would be possible to look over the entire city; even as far as the plant. He approached the control panel in the hopes of making the wheel turn again, but it was useless. Aliaksei returned to his position, silently watching, hoping that a gust of wind might pull it out of its oblivion.
It was then that he felt the first flakes of winter falling onto his head. From his seat in the amusement park, he watched the snow take hold of the city, passing through holes in roofs and windows and depositing slowly across the wilderness. In the distance, the old construction site of brick and cement: the nuclear plant. Hermetic and eternal, it towered over the city. Only the falling snow could continue to go near it without permission. Then, a little ways away, Aliaksei believed he could see the silhouette of a man, carrying something in his hands.
The old man began to call out to him, and walk toward him. The man in silhouette ignored him. When Aliaksei arrived to face the man, he paused. In front of the plant, the statue stood absorbed, watching the fire in his hands that had been permanently put out. Motionless, Aliaksei recognized him as the figure of Prometheus.
He was finally home. It could be no one else. No other girl came close; none that fit this description; none with such a similar name; none close enough to him to star in this story. No other boy came close; none who wrote like this; none who drowned the paper with his blood, blue handwritten veins bulging out on the other side. You forgot this! All things were possible. Every word, every cross-out, from the first letter to the last period.
Maybe it was wrong, though. And he lost it.
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A girl, wearing some gleeful glare. She said nothing. After taking impulsive peeps into this lost world, the world around her seemed a stranger. Her friend ran up to her side and walked with her, eyes locked on her purse with furrowed brows. She shrugged it off in her mind, too, and looked forward as they both walked off to lunch. To make herself look busy. Beth sighed with relief at her successful dodge and decided to get back to work. She needed to get something done. Then again, the day was almost over and she needed to decide soon.
Eventually, her friend left her inside of her own labyrinth of deliberation, juggling numbers and morals. Only if she was planning on reading it and giving it back under the guise of an oblivious, friendly find. She wondered if she even cared about that, though. Her curiosity and her conscious clashed, and their stalemate paralyzed her. In the midst of her paralysis, the bell blared like a buzzer and the simple, quiet world around her broke into anarchy, beginning the great race to return home. He stood and walked away toward the door, dismissed to a dismal day which would carry him to wherever his days usually did.
The girl kept her face for a few seconds before snorting. I gotta go to practice. She groaned, glanced out the window into the sunny, spring day, glanced to door, buried her mind in math again, and made a mental note to keep her cell phone off for the rest of the day. Ron sat in the library during his free eighth period, heart pounding, palms sweating. It was happening. There she was: Bethany, walking in the library.
He could see her: hair flailing beautifully behind her like a cape in the breeze, those long, nylon legs flowing in front of each other, floating towards a table far from him. She was about to sit, he saw. And he wanted to sit with her. This would only take a minute or two in the span of the period and in their lives. That jolt of encouragement ejected him from his seat, and, as he sat up, she sat down. He walked, one step after another, until he nearly bumped into the table because his eyes had been so immovably fixed on her.
Her soft voice nearly blew him away in a hurricane of emotion. Beth looked up from the incomplete world in her hands, feeling the mundane sensations of the mortal world once more: the beat of her heart, the sweat on her skin, the weight of gravity suppressing her. Nobody was. He had intended to lock this away inside of himself forever, a fossil buried in his heart, far beyond all excavation. She saw Don sitting peacefully, drifting away in his own thoughts in Math, still oblivious to the loss of his infant story.
Nonetheless, she tried to focus on the school day. She failed, however: her struggle between attention and reflection made her sway in a pendulum of pensiveness, from which either she or someone else always eventually pulled her out of.
Overall, she was silent for most of the day. Not even the badgering of her friend could rescue her this time. Now, only a whole day later, she once again sat in the library, in her free eighth period. And she once again saw him come in and sit at his table. And, as she had yesterday, she could only stare at him again, infinitely more indecisive, still clueless as to what to do. After awhile, she accepted the inevitable. She stood up as he sat down and she willed herself to walk without thinking until she nearly bumped into his table.
He lifted When he found it, his eyes nearly bulged from their sockets, and everything went black. He got the last words out a little before the bell sounded, a buzzer terminating the eternity of this story, ending the boring math lesson about asymptotes. Soon after the last word left his hand, however, he felt silly for writing such a stupid story about this girl named Beth finding a story from a boy named Don, about herself as Bethany and himself as Ron.
These were no longer the last words. So when the bell blared, breaking the simple, quiet world around him into anarchy, he scratched onto the remaining space of paper:. He stood up, collected his crap, crumpled up his story, threw it in the garbage, and walked into the hallway. Yo siempre he insistido en conectar a las islas. Pero, por otro lado, nosotros podemos ir a la Republica Dominicana, pero no podemos ir a Cuba.
O como Pedro Mirtro, que es el Hay una cantidad de ellos que son hijos de los que migraron. O nietos. Muy pocos, pero muy pocos. Editoriales del gobierno, las comerciales o las alternativas. Esto tiene que ver con que no ha sido redefinida y no se le ha dado los instrumentos ni los recursos para levantarse. Y la quiebra hizo que muchos distribuidores de libros cerraran. En papel, casi no hay. Bueno, cada una es completamente distinta, no hay forma de compararlas. Todos los buenos escritores cubanos publican de una forma u otra.
Entonces todo gira alrededor de esto. Una gran cantidad de los poetas del ochenta publicaron muy tarde. No empiezan a publicar inmediatamente. Motivada, pues, por muchas cosas. Esto es importante. Y el mismo Festival de la Palabra. Pero no es que le tengan miedo a la pregunta, sino a no tener una respuesta. Y entonces no trabajan un texto completo, trabajan un poema que lo pueden manejar mejor que un texto completo. Introduction In view of the growing importance of interdisciplinary research in modernday arts and sciences, this work brings together the fields of Hispanic literature and linguistics in an attempt to explore the increasingly relevant issue of border identity.
This paper presents a linguistic study of a set of literary works by a Spanish exile author, Cecilia G. It contributes methodologically and theoretically to the existing literary scholarship on exile and border narrative on the one hand and to the study of syntactic variation and language contact on the other. The works of Spanish Republican exiles such as those of Guilarte have only recently begun to gain attention in literary criticism1 and have not been studied by linguists.
Exile is a social event that places individuals in situations of language and dialect contact, which is one of the most powerful causes of both language change and identity shift.
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On the one hand, identity is constructed both socially and linguistically Smuts In this paper, we view identity shift in terms of this bond between language and identity or, specifically, as a process of identity re construction through language.