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ANIMALS IN SPREAD OF NEW VIRUS

PRIMERA NOTICIA ANIMALS IN SPREAD OF NEW VIRUS LONDON -Britain's Health Protection Agency has published anlinked to bat viruses, and scientists say camels, sheep or goats might end up being implicated too. So far, officials have only identified two confirmed cases and say the virus isn't as infectious as SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome, which killed hundreds of people, mostly in Asia, in a 2003 global outbreak. In Geneva, World Health Organization spokesman Glenn Thomas told reporters Friday that so far the signs are that the virus is "not easily transmitted from person to person" — but analyses are ongoing. The agency said it's too early to tell how big a threat the new virus will be since it is unknown how exactly it spreads and whether it will evolve into a more dangerous form. WHO is now working with experts in the Middle East to fi g ure out how the two confirmed cases got infected but could not share details until the investigation was finished. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-0-7" src="pdf-obj-0-7.jpg">

LONDON -Britain's Health Protection Agency has published an early genetic sequence of the new respiratory virus related to SARS that shows it is most closely linked to bat viruses, and scientists say camels, sheep or goats might end up being implicated too.

So far, officials have only identified two confirmed cases and say the virus isn't as infectious as SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome, which killed hundreds of people, mostly in Asia, in a 2003 global outbreak.

In Geneva, World Health Organization spokesman Glenn Thomas told reporters Friday that so far the signs are that the virus is "not easily transmitted from person to person" but analyses are ongoing. The agency said it's too early to tell how big a threat the new virus will be since it is unknown how exactly it spreads and whether it will evolve into a more dangerous form.

WHO is now working with experts in the Middle East to figure out how the two confirmed cases got infected but could not share details until the investigation was finished.

PRIMERA NOTICIA ANIMALS IN SPREAD OF NEW VIRUS LONDON -Britain's Health Protection Agency has published anlinked to bat viruses, and scientists say camels, sheep or goats might end up being implicated too. So far, officials have only identified two confirmed cases and say the virus isn't as infectious as SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome, which killed hundreds of people, mostly in Asia, in a 2003 global outbreak. In Geneva, World Health Organization spokesman Glenn Thomas told reporters Friday that so far the signs are that the virus is "not easily transmitted from person to person" — but analyses are ongoing. The agency said it's too early to tell how big a threat the new virus will be since it is unknown how exactly it spreads and whether it will evolve into a more dangerous form. WHO is now working with experts in the Middle East to fi g ure out how the two confirmed cases got infected but could not share details until the investigation was finished. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-0-43" src="pdf-obj-0-43.jpg">

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ANIMALES EN LA PROPAGACIÓN DEL VIRUS NUEVO

LONDON-Agencia británica de Protección de Salud ha publicado una secuencia genética temprana del virus respiratorio nuevo relacionado con el SARS, que muestra que está más estrechamente relacionado con los virus de murciélagos, y los científicos dicen que los camellos, ovejas o cabras podrían terminar siendo implicado también.

Hasta el momento, las autoridades sólo han identificado dos casos confirmados y dicen que el virus no es tan infeccioso como el SARS o síndrome respiratorio agudo severo, que mató a cientos de personas, la mayoría en Asia, en un brote mundial de 2003.

En Ginebra, el portavoz de la Organización Mundial de la Salud Glenn Thomas le dijo a los reporteros el viernes que hasta el momento todo apunta a que el virus "no se transmite fácilmente de persona a persona" -, pero los análisis están en curso. La agencia dijo que es demasiado pronto para decir qué tan grande es la amenaza del nuevo virus será ya que se desconoce exactamente cómo se propaga y si va a evolucionar hacia una forma más peligrosa.

La OMS está trabajando con expertos en el Medio Oriente para averiguar cómo los dos casos confirmados se infectaron, pero no pudo compartir los detalles hasta que la investigación había terminado.

TRADUCCIÓN ANIMALES EN LA PROPAGACIÓN DEL VIRUS NUEVO LONDON-Agencia británica de Protección de Salud ha publicado

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SEGUNDA NOTICIA

SEGUNDA NOTICIA Google and major book publishers <a href=have settled a lengthy legal battle over digital copyrights, but a bigger dispute still looms with thousands of authors who allege that Google is illegally profiting from their works. The truce ends a federal lawsuit filed in 2005 by several members of the Association of American Publishers after Google Inc. began stockpiling its Internet search index with digital duplicates of books scanned from libraries. Google has maintained that its scanning is covered by fair-use provisions of copyright law and showed only snippets of the copyrighted books unless permission was given to show more. Publishers and authors, however, insisted that Google needed explicit permission from them before making the digital copies, let alone showing even snippets of text from the books on Google's website. The scaled-down agreement with publishers is likely to make more copyright- protected books available online. Most of those will be sold through Google Play, a digital store. Publishers will have the right to release digital copies of their books in Google Play or remove them from Google's search index entirely. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-2-5" src="pdf-obj-2-5.jpg">

Google and major book publishers have settled a lengthy legal battle over digital copyrights, but a bigger dispute still looms with thousands of authors who allege that Google is illegally profiting from their works.

The truce ends a federal lawsuit filed in 2005 by several members of the Association of American Publishers after Google Inc. began stockpiling its Internet search index with digital duplicates of books scanned from libraries.

Google has maintained that its scanning is covered by fair-use provisions of copyright law and showed only snippets of the copyrighted books unless permission was given to show more.

Publishers and authors, however, insisted that Google needed explicit permission from them before making the digital copies, let alone showing even snippets of text from the books on Google's website.

The scaled-down agreement with publishers is likely to make more copyright- protected books available online. Most of those will be sold through Google Play, a digital store. Publishers will have the right to release digital copies of their books in Google Play or remove them from Google's search index entirely.

SEGUNDA NOTICIA Google and major book publishers <a href=have settled a lengthy legal battle over digital copyrights, but a bigger dispute still looms with thousands of authors who allege that Google is illegally profiting from their works. The truce ends a federal lawsuit filed in 2005 by several members of the Association of American Publishers after Google Inc. began stockpiling its Internet search index with digital duplicates of books scanned from libraries. Google has maintained that its scanning is covered by fair-use provisions of copyright law and showed only snippets of the copyrighted books unless permission was given to show more. Publishers and authors, however, insisted that Google needed explicit permission from them before making the digital copies, let alone showing even snippets of text from the books on Google's website. The scaled-down agreement with publishers is likely to make more copyright- protected books available online. Most of those will be sold through Google Play, a digital store. Publishers will have the right to release digital copies of their books in Google Play or remove them from Google's search index entirely. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-2-39" src="pdf-obj-2-39.jpg">

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Google y los principales editores de libros han resuelto una larga batalla legal sobre los derechos de autores digitales, pero una disputa más grande aún domina con miles de autores que alegan que Google está beneficiando ilegalmente de sus obras.

La tregua pone fin a una demanda federal presentada en 2005 por varios miembros dela Asociación de Editores de Estados Unidos después de que Google Inc. Comenzó su almacenamiento índice de búsqueda de Internet con duplicados digitales de libros escaneados de bibliotecas.

Google ha mantenido que su análisis está cubierto por las disposiciones de uso justo del derecho de autor y sólo mostró fragmentos delos libros con derechos de autora menos que se le dio permiso para mostrar más.

Los editores y autores, sin embargo, insistió en que Google necesitaba el permiso explícito de ellos antes de hacer las copias digitales, y mucho menos aunque muestra fragmentos de texto de los libros en la página web de Google.

El acuerdo a escala reducida con los editores es probable que haga más protegidos por copyright libros disponibles en línea. La mayoría de las personas se venderán a través de Google Play, una tienda digital. Los editores tienen el derecho a publicar copias digitales de sus libros en Google Play o eliminarlas del índice de búsqueda de Google por completo.

TRADUCCIÓN Google y los principales editores de libros han resuelto una larga batalla legal sobre los

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  • 1. THEY HAVE SOLVED GOOGLE AND MAIN BOOK PUBLISHERS? A long legal battle on digital copyright.

  • 2. WHY THERE YET GOOGLE BIG DISPUTE WITH THOUSANDS OF AUTHORS? Google because they claim is benefiting illegally of his works.

  • 3. WHY AND FOR WHOM WAS FILED THE FEDERAL LAWSUIT AGAINST GOOGLE? Was filed in 2005 by members of the publishers association of the us for storage Google search began his internet with duplicates digital library scanned books.

  • 4. HAVE

WHO

APPLIED FOR PUBLISHERS AND AUTHORS TO

GOOGLE?

That Google needed the explicit premiso them before making digital copies, let alone snippets show of books on the website.

  • 5. WHAT IS GOOGLE PLAY? Where is a store digital publishers have the right to publish digital copies of their books.

PREGUNTAS 1. THEY HAVE SOLVED GOOGLE AND MAIN BOOK PUBLISHERS? A long legal battle on digital

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TERCERA NOTICIA

TERCERA NOTICIA NEW YORK - New York City <a href=awakened Tuesday to a flooded subway system, shuttered financial markets and hundreds of thousands of people without power a day after a wall of seawater and high winds slammed into the city, destroying buildings and flooding tunnels. Scenes of the damage were everywhere. At least 50 flooded homes in Queens caught fire and were destroyed. A hospital removed patients on stretchers and 20 babies from neonatal intensive care, some on respirators operating on battery power. Where usually bustling crowds and traffic jams streamed through sidewalks, streets and subways, they were largely empty. The storm was once Hurricane Sandy but combined with two wintry systems to become a huge hybrid storm whose center smashed ashore late Monday in New Jersey. New York City was perfectly positioned to absorb the worst of its storm surge — a record 13 feet. "We knew that this was going to be a very dangerous storm, and the storm has met our expectations, " Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. "This is a once-in-a-long-time storm. " VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-5-5" src="pdf-obj-5-5.jpg">

NEW YORK - New York City awakened Tuesday to a flooded subway system, shuttered financial markets and hundreds of thousands of people without power a day after a wall of seawater and high winds slammed into the city, destroying buildings and flooding tunnels.

Scenes of the damage were everywhere. At least 50 flooded homes in Queens caught fire and were destroyed. A hospital removed patients on stretchers and 20 babies from neonatal intensive care, some on respirators operating on battery power.

Where usually bustling crowds and traffic jams streamed through sidewalks, streets and subways, they were largely empty.

The storm was once Hurricane Sandy but combined with two wintry systems to become a huge hybrid storm whose center smashed ashore late Monday in New Jersey. New York City was perfectly positioned to absorb the worst of its storm surge a record 13 feet.

"We knew that this was going to be a very dangerous storm, and the storm has met our expectations," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. "This is a once-in-a-long-time storm."

TERCERA NOTICIA NEW YORK - New York City <a href=awakened Tuesday to a flooded subway system, shuttered financial markets and hundreds of thousands of people without power a day after a wall of seawater and high winds slammed into the city, destroying buildings and flooding tunnels. Scenes of the damage were everywhere. At least 50 flooded homes in Queens caught fire and were destroyed. A hospital removed patients on stretchers and 20 babies from neonatal intensive care, some on respirators operating on battery power. Where usually bustling crowds and traffic jams streamed through sidewalks, streets and subways, they were largely empty. The storm was once Hurricane Sandy but combined with two wintry systems to become a huge hybrid storm whose center smashed ashore late Monday in New Jersey. New York City was perfectly positioned to absorb the worst of its storm surge — a record 13 feet. "We knew that this was going to be a very dangerous storm, and the storm has met our expectations, " Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. "This is a once-in-a-long-time storm. " VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-5-45" src="pdf-obj-5-45.jpg">

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NUEVA YORK - Nueva York despertó el martes a un sistema de trenes subterráneos inundados, cerró los mercados financieros y cientos de miles de personas sin electricidad un día después de que un muro de agua de mar y los fuertes vientos azotó la ciudad, destruyendo edificios y las inundaciones túneles.

Las escenas de los daños por todas partes. Al menos 50 casas inundadas en Queens se incendiaron y fueron destruidos. Un hospital eliminado pacientes en camillas y bebés 20 de cuidados intensivos neonatales, algunos respiradores en funcionamiento con la batería.

Cuando las multitudes lo general bulliciosas y atascos de tráfico fluyen a través de las aceras, calles y pasos subterráneos, en su mayoría estaban vacíos.

La tormenta de arena que una vez fue el huracán, pero combinados con dos sistemas invernales para convertirse en una gran tormenta híbrido cuyo centro se estrelló en tierra la noche del lunes en Nueva Jersey. Nueva York fue colocado perfectamente para absorber el peor de su oleada de la tormenta - un récord de 13 pies.

"Sabíamos que esto iba a ser una tormenta muy peligrosa, y la tormenta ha cumplido con nuestras expectativas", dijo el alcalde Michael Bloomberg. "Esta es una tormenta de una vez en un largo tiempo.

TRADUCCIÓN NUEVA YORK - Nueva York despertó el martes a un sistema de trenes subterráneos inundados,

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  • 1. WHAT CAUSED THE STORM IN NEW YORK CITY? A subway system flooded, thousands without electricity because there were strong winds that hit the city destroying buildings and flooding of tunnels.

  • 2. IN THE CITY OF QUEENS HAPPENED AS A RESULT OF THE STORM? At least 50 homes were flooded caught fire and destroyed.

  • 3. MAYOR SAID ASERCA OF THIS CATASTROPHE? We knew this was going to do a very dangerous storm, and the storm met our expectations.

  • 4. HOW COME THE STREETS AFTER THE STORM CAUSED IN NEW YORK? Streets and subways are mostly empty.

  • 5. WHAT WAS THE RECORD THAT NEW YORK ALCAMO IN THIS WAVE? New York was perfectly placed to absorb the worst of the storm surge - a record 13 feet.

PREGUNTAS 1. WHAT CAUSED THE STORM IN NEW YORK CITY? A subway system flooded, thousands without

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CUARTA NOTICIA

Barack Obama Wins Second Term

CUARTA NOTICIA Barack Obama Wins Second Term . WASHINGTON - His <a href=lease renewed in trying economic times, President Barack Obama claimed a second term from an incredibly divided electorate and immediately braced for daunting challenges and progress that comes only in fits and starts. "We have fought our way back and we know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come," Obama said. The same voters who gave Obama four more years in office also elected a divided Congress, sticking with the dynamic that has made it so hard for the president to advance his agenda. Democrats retained control of the Senate; Republicans kept their House majority. The vanquished Republican, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, tried to set a more conciliatory tone on the way off the stage. "At a time like this, we can't risk partisan bickering, " Romney said after a campaign filled with it. "Our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the people's work." VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-8-7" src="pdf-obj-8-7.jpg">

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WASHINGTON - His lease renewed in trying economic times, President Barack Obama claimed a second term from an incredibly divided electorate and immediately braced for daunting challenges and progress that comes only in fits and starts.

"We have fought our way back and we know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come," Obama said.

The same voters who gave Obama four more years in office also elected a divided Congress, sticking with the dynamic that has made it so hard for the president to advance his agenda. Democrats retained control of the Senate; Republicans kept their House majority.

The vanquished Republican, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, tried to set a more conciliatory tone on the way off the stage.

"At a time like this, we can't risk partisan bickering," Romney said after a campaign filled with it. "Our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the people's work."

CUARTA NOTICIA Barack Obama Wins Second Term . WASHINGTON - His <a href=lease renewed in trying economic times, President Barack Obama claimed a second term from an incredibly divided electorate and immediately braced for daunting challenges and progress that comes only in fits and starts. "We have fought our way back and we know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come," Obama said. The same voters who gave Obama four more years in office also elected a divided Congress, sticking with the dynamic that has made it so hard for the president to advance his agenda. Democrats retained control of the Senate; Republicans kept their House majority. The vanquished Republican, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, tried to set a more conciliatory tone on the way off the stage. "At a time like this, we can't risk partisan bickering, " Romney said after a campaign filled with it. "Our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the people's work." VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-8-42" src="pdf-obj-8-42.jpg">

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Barack Obama gana un segundo mandato

WASHINGTON- Su arrendamiento renovado en tiempos difíciles económicos, el presidente Barack Obama reclamó un segundo mandato de un electorado muy

dividido y de inmediato se preparó para grandes desafíos y avances que viene

sólo

a

trancas

y

barrancas.

"Hemos luchado nuestro camino de vuelta y sabemos en nuestros corazones que para los Estados Unidos de América, lo mejor está por venir", dijo Obama.

Los mismos votantes que dieron a Obama cuatro años más en el cargo también eligió un Congreso dividido, el de mantener la dinámica que ha hecho que sea

muy difícil para

el presidente para avanzar en su agenda. Los demócratas

retuvieron el control del Senado, los

republicanos mantuvieron su

mayoría

en

la

Cámara.

El vencido republicano, el ex gobernador de Massachusetts Mitt Romney, trató de

establecer un

tono

más

conciliador

en

el

camino

del escenario.

"En un momento como este, no podemos arriesgarnos a disputas partidistas", dijo Romney tras una campaña llena de ella. "Nuestros líderes tienen que llegara través del pasillo para hacer el trabajo de la gente”

TRADUCCIÓN Barack Obama gana un segundo mandato WASHINGTON- Su arrendamiento renovado en tiempos difíciles económicos, el

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  • 1. WHAT WAS IT THAT PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA CALLED? A second term of an electorate.

  • 2. WHAT THE PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA PREPARED? Major challenges and advances for coming only fits and starts

  • 3. WHAT DID PRESIDENT OBAMA SAID THE COUNTRY? We fought our way back and we know in our hearts that for the United States of America, the best is yet to come ".

  • 4. WHAT DID FORMER MASSACHUSETTS GOVERNOR MITT ROMNEY? Tried to establish a more conciliatory tone stage on the road.

  • 5. ROMNEY SAID AFTER CAMPAIGN? "At a time like this, we cannot risk partisan bickering a campaign full of" our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the work for the people.

PREGUNTAS 1. WHAT WAS IT THAT PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA CALLED? A second term of an electorate.

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Guatemala Quake Deaths Expected to Rise

QUINTA NOTICIA Guatemala Quake Deaths Expected to Rise SAN MARCOS, Guatemala - The <a href=death toll in the worst Guatemala earthquake since 1976 rose Thursday to 52 people, with many of the 22 still missing expected to be among the dead, according to President Otto Pérez Molina. Pérez said the powerful 7.4-magnitude quake that hit Wednesday morning off the Pacific coast affected as many as 1.2 million people as it shook nearly the entire country. He said a little more than 700 people were in shelters, with most opting to stay with family or friends. "They have no drinking water, no electricity, no communication and are in danger of experiencing more aftershocks, " Pérez told a news conference. Damaged homes will be among the biggest problems the country will face in the coming days, Pérez added. The quake caused terror over an unusually wide area, with damage reported in all but one of Guatemala's 22 states and shaking felt as far away as Mexico City, 600 miles (965 kilometers) to the northwest. Pérez said more than 2,000 soldiers were deployed to help with the disaster. A plane had made at least two trips to carry relief teams to the area. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-11-7" src="pdf-obj-11-7.jpg">

SAN MARCOS, Guatemala - The death toll in the worst Guatemala earthquake since 1976 rose Thursday to 52 people, with many of the 22 still missing expected to be among the dead, according to President Otto Pérez Molina.

Pérez said the powerful 7.4-magnitude quake that hit Wednesday morning off the Pacific coast affected as many as 1.2 million people as it shook nearly the entire country. He said a little more than 700 people were in shelters, with most opting to stay with family or friends.

"They have no drinking water, no electricity, no communication and are in danger of experiencing more aftershocks," Pérez told a news conference.

Damaged homes will be among the biggest problems the country will face in the coming days, Pérez added.

The quake caused terror over an unusually wide area, with damage reported in all but one of Guatemala's 22 states and shaking felt as far away as Mexico City, 600 miles (965 kilometers) to the northwest.

Pérez said more than 2,000 soldiers were deployed to help with the disaster. A plane had made at least two trips to carry relief teams to the area.

QUINTA NOTICIA Guatemala Quake Deaths Expected to Rise SAN MARCOS, Guatemala - The <a href=death toll in the worst Guatemala earthquake since 1976 rose Thursday to 52 people, with many of the 22 still missing expected to be among the dead, according to President Otto Pérez Molina. Pérez said the powerful 7.4-magnitude quake that hit Wednesday morning off the Pacific coast affected as many as 1.2 million people as it shook nearly the entire country. He said a little more than 700 people were in shelters, with most opting to stay with family or friends. "They have no drinking water, no electricity, no communication and are in danger of experiencing more aftershocks, " Pérez told a news conference. Damaged homes will be among the biggest problems the country will face in the coming days, Pérez added. The quake caused terror over an unusually wide area, with damage reported in all but one of Guatemala's 22 states and shaking felt as far away as Mexico City, 600 miles (965 kilometers) to the northwest. Pérez said more than 2,000 soldiers were deployed to help with the disaster. A plane had made at least two trips to carry relief teams to the area. VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-11-46" src="pdf-obj-11-46.jpg">

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Guatemala Muertes Quake crecerían

SAN MARCOS, Guatemala

número de

-El

muertos en el peor terremoto

de

Guatemala desde el año 1976 se elevó el jueves a52 personas, con muchos de

los 22 aún desaparecidos espera que esté entre los muertos, según el presidente

Otto

Pérez

Molina.

Pérez dijo

sismo de magnitud

que el potente

que sacudió la mañana del

7,4

del Pacífico afectó tanto

la costa

como 1,2

millones de

miércoles frente a personas, ya que

sacudió casi todo

país.

el

Dijo que

un

poco

más

de

700

personas se encontraban en refugios, y la mayoría

 

optó

por

quedarse con familiares o amigos.

"No tienen agua potable, ni electricidad, ni la comunicación y están en peligro de sufrir más réplicas", dijo Pérez en una conferencia de prensa.

Viviendas dañadas será uno de los mayores problemas que el país enfrentará en

los próximos días, añadió

Pérez.

El sismo causó terror en un área extraordinariamente amplio, con daños reportados en todos menos uno de los 22 estados de Guatemala y sacudiendo sintió tan lejos como la ciudad de México, a 600 millas (965 kilómetros)al noroeste.

Pérez dijo que más de 2.000 soldados fueron desplegados para ayudar en el desastre. Un avión se había realizado al menos dos viajes para llevar a los equipos de socorro a la zona.

TRADUCCIÓN Guatemala Muertes Quake crecerían SAN MARCOS, Guatemala número de -El muertos en el peor terremoto

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  • 1. WHAT

PEOPLE

TUBE

THAT

SUPPORT

THE

LAST

DAYS

GUATEMALA?

earth quake that affected the entire population and part of

A strong

mexico city.

  • 2. THE

WHAT IS

DEATH

TOLL

THE EARTHQUAKE IN

FOR

GUATEMALA?

The death toll in the worst earthquake in guatemala since 1976 on thursday rose to 52 people , with many of the 22 still missing expected to be among the dead, according to president otto perez molina.

  • 3. PEREZ SAID IN THE PRESS CONFERENCE? They have no water, no electricity, not communication and are at risk of more aftershocks, "perez said in a press conference.

  • 4. HOW MUCH WAS THE MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE IN GUATEMALA AND WHAT PEOPLE AFFECTED? The powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake that struck early wednesday off the coast of the pacific affected as much as 1.2 million people, and that hit most of the country. he said a little more than 700 people were in shelters, and most chose to stay with family or friends.

  • 5. THE GOVERNMENT OF GUATEMALA TO HELP ALAS WHO SUFFERED THIS DISASTER? Sent more than 2,000 soldiers were deployed to help in the disaster. a plane had made at least two trips to bring relief teams to the area.

PREGUNTAS 1. WHAT PEOPLE TUBE THAT SUPPORT THE LAST DAYS GUATEMALA? earth quake that affected the

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SEXTA NOTICIA Out of the ruins of families that <a href=lost a precious child, sister or mother, glows one bright spot: the stories of staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School who may have prevented further carnage through selfless actions and smart snap judgments. After gunman Adam Lanza broke through the school door, gun blazing, school psychologist Mary Sherlach and Principal Dawn Hochsprung ran toward him, Robinson said. Hochsprung died while lunging at the gunman, officials said. The 56-year-old Sherlach, who would have been tasked with helping survivors cope with the tragedy, died doing what she loved, her son-in-law, Eric Schwartz, said. Victoria Soto, a 27-year-old teacher, reportedly hid some students in a bathroom or closet and died trying to shield them from bullets, a cousin, Jim Wiltsie, told ABC News. Those who knew Soto said they weren't surprised. In other cases, staffers both saved students and managed to escape with their own lives. wasn't in the school at all also One person who is being lauded for his grace: Robbie daughter Parker, whose Emilie died. Speaking to reporters Saturday, he said he was not mad and offered sympathy for Lanza's family. "I can't imagine," he said, "how hard this experience must be for you." VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-14-5" src="pdf-obj-14-5.jpg">

Out of the ruins of families that lost a precious child, sister or mother, glows one bright spot: the stories of staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School who may have prevented further carnage through selfless actions and smart snap judgments.

After gunman Adam Lanza broke through the school door, gun blazing, school psychologist Mary Sherlach and Principal Dawn Hochsprung ran toward him, Robinson said. Hochsprung died while lunging at the gunman, officials said. The 56-year-old Sherlach, who would have been tasked with helping survivors cope with the tragedy, died doing what she loved, her son-in-law, Eric Schwartz, said.

Victoria Soto, a 27-year-old teacher, reportedly hid some students in a bathroom or closet and died trying to shield them from bullets, a cousin, Jim Wiltsie, told ABC

News. Those who

knew

Soto

said

they weren't surprised.

In other cases, staffers both saved students and managed to escape with their own

lives.

wasn't in the school at all also

One person who

lauded for his grace:

Robbie

daughter

Parker,

whose

Emilie

died.

Speaking to reporters Saturday, he said he was not mad and offered sympathy for Lanza's family. "I can't imagine," he said, "how hard this experience must be for

you."

SEXTA NOTICIA Out of the ruins of families that <a href=lost a precious child, sister or mother, glows one bright spot: the stories of staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School who may have prevented further carnage through selfless actions and smart snap judgments. After gunman Adam Lanza broke through the school door, gun blazing, school psychologist Mary Sherlach and Principal Dawn Hochsprung ran toward him, Robinson said. Hochsprung died while lunging at the gunman, officials said. The 56-year-old Sherlach, who would have been tasked with helping survivors cope with the tragedy, died doing what she loved, her son-in-law, Eric Schwartz, said. Victoria Soto, a 27-year-old teacher, reportedly hid some students in a bathroom or closet and died trying to shield them from bullets, a cousin, Jim Wiltsie, told ABC News. Those who knew Soto said they weren't surprised. In other cases, staffers both saved students and managed to escape with their own lives. wasn't in the school at all also One person who is being lauded for his grace: Robbie daughter Parker, whose Emilie died. Speaking to reporters Saturday, he said he was not mad and offered sympathy for Lanza's family. "I can't imagine," he said, "how hard this experience must be for you." VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO TERCERO SECRETARIADO “A” " id="pdf-obj-14-89" src="pdf-obj-14-89.jpg">

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TRADUCCIÓN

Fuera de las ruinas de las familias que perdieron a un hijo precioso hermana o madre, brilla un rayo de esperanza: las historias de los miembros del personal de la Escuela Primaria Sandy Hook, que pueden haber impedido carnicería más a través de las acciones altruistas y juicios inteligentes broche de presión. Después pistolero Adán Lanza rompió la puerta de la escuela, arma de fuego, psicólogo de la escuela María Sherlach y principal Dawn Hochsprung corrió hacia él, dijo Robinson. Hochsprung murió mientras arremetiendo contra el atacante, dijeron las autoridades.

El Sherlach de

56

años de edad, quien habría

sido

la

tarea de

ayudar a los

sobrevivientes frente a la tragedia, murió haciendo lo que amaba, su hijo-en-ley,

Eric Schwartz,

dijo.

Victoria Soto, una maestra de 27 años de edad, presuntamente escondió algunos estudiantes en un cuarto de baño o un clóset y murió tratando de protegerse de las balas, un primo, Jim Wiltsie, dijo a ABC News. Los que conocieron Soto dijo que no se sorprendió.

En

otros

casos,

personal

de

ambos sav

estudiantes de educación y logró escapar con sus propias vidas.

Una persona que no estaba en la escuela en todo, también está siendo alabado por su gracia: Robbie Parker, cuya hija Emilie murió.

En declaraciones a los periodistas el sábado, dijo que no estaba loco y ofreció condolencias para la familia de Lanza. "No puedo imaginar", dijo, "lo difícil de esta experiencia debe ser para ti."

TRADUCCIÓN Fuera de las ruinas de las familias que perdieron a un hijo precioso hermana o

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PREGUNTAS

  • 1. WHAT WAS IT THAT MOVED ALL COUNTRIES THE LAST DAYS? The slaughter of the children of a school.

  • 2. HOW OLD WAS THE PERSON WHO HELPED ON TASK?

56 years

  • 3. WHO LOST ROBBIE PARKER IN THIS MISFORTUNE? His daughter died

  • 4. HISO VICTORIA SOTO THE DAY OF THE SLAUGHTER? Some students hid in a bathroom or closet and died trying to protect themselves from bullets.

  • 5. SAID IN STATEMENTS THE CAUSE OF THIS SLAUGHTER? He said he was not crazy and offered condolences to the family of Lance. "I can not imagine," he said, "how difficult this experience must be for you."

PREGUNTAS 1. WHAT WAS IT THAT MOVED ALL COUNTRIES THE LAST DAYS? The slaughter of the

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THE AMERICAS AND JOSEPH AVENUE JARA CITADEL SHAPAM

2-992-108

0985313886

TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2013

Mr. HARRY MICHELL LOOT PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER CALLE 10 AUGUST AND 25TH AVENUE

DEAR Mr. HARRY:

I'm writing to tell you that the last time we met, was not agree on the reports presented to the planning of the new product that will soon to present to our customers, I disagreement with that.

  • I accept my fault and apologise is best, was not in the mood that day, and I want to arrenge this

call me anyway, so perhaps they give proper solution to it, I have hope that I can ring and so agree

and move forward with this project the good of the company and keep working together and continue our friendship.

  • I appreciate your kind attention.

SINCERELY,

VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO

SALES MANAGER

THE AMERICAS AND JOSEPH AVENUE JARA CITADEL SHAPAM 2-992-108 0985313886 TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2013 Mr. HARRY

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Martes, 15 de enero 2013

Sr. HARRY MICHELL LOOT Director de Relaciones Públicas CALLE 10 AVENIDA 25 DE AGOSTO

QUERIDO AMIGO:

AVENIDA LAS AMÉRICAS Y JOSÉ JARA CIUDADELA SHAPAM

2-992-108

0995313886

En la última reunión celebrada el Jueves, 06 de diciembre 2012 en el departamento de ventas de nuestra empresa, hubo algunos desacuerdos en cuanto a los puntos que se tratan en relación con comercial que pondrá en marcha el nuevo producto de belleza que va a disposición de nuestra clientela.

Por lo tanto, respetuosamente le pido que me perdones, porque el error fue mío, por lo que no es no puede llegar a ningún acuerdo sobre la cuestión que se trataba en esa discusión, trate de volver a medir más de mi error y asegúrese de que llegar a un acuerdo inmediato para el progreso de nuestra empresa y la gran amistad que tenemos.

Espero que esto no afecta a nuestras relaciones y nuestra amistad de nuevo reiterar mis disculpas y espero que en nuestra próxima reunión el viernes 14 de diciembre a las 14:00 a discutir los puntos que estaban pendientes.

Le agradezco su amable atención y espero poder ayudarle a planear su próxima reunión.

SINCERAMENTE,

VERÓNICA CAJAS FAJARDO

GERENTE DE VENTAS

Martes, 15 de enero 2013 Sr. HARRY MICHELL LOOT Director de Relaciones Públicas CALLE 10 AVENIDA

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January 17, 1993

Jan Turner Arrowhead Conference Center 412 Bellevue Lane Brewster, Maryland 20906

Dear Ms. Turner:

In our telephone conversation yesterday, we discussed plans for our meeting at your conference center. i would like to confirm these plans.

The meeting will be from March 15th to the 17 th.

We will need two rooms. Eighty people will attend the meeting.

I

have additional requests:

Could you provide ten tables for each room?

Is it possible to have a TV and VCR in one room?

Would you be able to serve lunch on the 16th?

  • I would appreciate your answers by next Friday.

If you need any more information, please call me.

  • I would like to thank you for your help in planning our meeting.

Sincerely yours,

Curt Marks

Special Projects Office

January 17, 1993 Jan Turner Arrowhead Conference Center 412 Bellevue Lane Brewster, Maryland 20906 Dear Ms.

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17 de enero 1993

Jan Turner Arrowhead Conference Center 412 Bellevue Carril Brewster, Maryland 20906

Estimada Sra. Turner:

En nuestra conversación telefónica de ayer, discutimos los planes para nuestra reunión en el centro de conferencias. Me gustaría confirmar estos planes. la reunión será del 15 al 17 de marzo. Vamos a necesitar dos habitaciones. Ochenta personas asistirán a la reunión. Tengo solicitudes adicionales:

* Podría ofrecerle diez mesas para cada habitación? * Es posible tener una televisión y vídeo en una habitación? * ¿Sería capaz de servir el almuerzo el día 16? Le agradecería sus respuestas antes del próximo viernes. Si usted necesita más información, por favor llámeme. Me gustaría darle las gracias por su ayuda en la planificación de nuestro encuentro.

Atentamente,

Oficina de Proyectos Especiales

17 de enero 1993 Jan Turner Arrowhead Conference Center 412 Bellevue Carril Brewster, Maryland 20906 Estimada

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TAREA

10 ORACIONES CON BARROW Y LEND

  • 5 ORACIONES CON

BORROW.

Marcia need borrow my English book.

Katherine need to borrow my pencils.

They need to borrow the car of hellen.

Pedro borrow prospectus to make your tessis.

I borrow $ 1,000 bank of machala.

  • 5 ORACIONES CON LEND

The bank loaned me the money without interest.

I'll give you borrowed my car to make your tour.

I'll give you my computer to do your job.

Carlos will give your lapto borrowed for the exhibition.

You give me your cellular borrowed for one ratuito yamar.

TAREA  10 ORACIONES CON BARROW Y LEND 5 ORACIONES CON BORROW . Marcia need borrow

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HISTORIA DE MICHAEL JORDAN

I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot…and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.

Michael Jordan was one of the greatest athletes of all time, but like all great people, he also failed regularly.

Watching Michael Jordan play basketball was like watching a man fly.

His grace and talent were unmatched.

Clearly he had a lifetime of training and incredible natural talent, but these weren’t the only things that made him great. He also had a heatly relationship with failure. Like many greats in sports and business, he wasn’t discouraged by failure. The

shots he missed and the games that he lost didin’t make him give up. He knew that

failure was just another chance for him to improve.

Many highly successful people in the world of sports and business have this healthy relationship with failure.

HISTORIA DE TOMAS EDISON

One of the world´s most famous inventors, Thomas Edison made thousands of attempts at creating a light bulb. He tried hundreds of materials for the light bulb filament, but there was always a problem. Some would burn out.

Others would explode. Some would melt the glass. There were always problems, but he never gave up and he never saw his failure as a failure.

He just saw it as step towards success. Edison once said. “I have not failed. I have merely found 10,000 ways that won’t work”. This attitude of seeing failure as a learning experience helped him persevere. This way of thinking eventually led him to Japan, where he found a kind of bamboo, which was the perfect material for his light bulb invention.

HISTORIA DE MICHAEL JORDAN I ’ve missed more th an 9,000 shots in my career. I

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TRADUCCIÓN DE LA HISTORIA DE MICAHEL JORDAN

He fallado más de 9.000 tiros en mi carrera. He perdido casi 300 juegos de 26

veces que he sido fiables para llevar el juego ganando tiró

...

y otra y otra vez en mi vida

..

y es por eso que tuve éxito.

y falló. He fallado una

Michael Jordan fue uno de los más grandes de todos los tiempos athetes, pero como todas las grandes personas, él tampoco regularmente.

Mirar Michael Jordan jugar baloncesto era como ver a un hombre volar.

Su gracia y talento eran incomparables.

Estaba claro que tenía una vida de entrenamiento y el talento natural increíble, pero estos no fueron los únicos que lo hicieron muy bien. También tuvo una relación con el fracaso. Al igual que muchos grandes en el deporte y los negocios, no se desanimó por el fracaso. Los disparos se perdió y los juegos que perdió ascendieron no le hacen abandonar. Sabía que si no era más que otra oportunidad para él para mejorar.

Muchas personas de gran éxito en el mundo del deporte y los negocios tener una relación sana con el fracaso.

TRADUCCIÓN DE LA HISTORIA DE THOMAS EDISON

Uno de los inventores más famosos del mundo, Thomas Edison hizo miles de intentos de crear una bombilla. Trató de cientos de materiales para el filamento de la bombilla, pero siempre había un problema. Algunos podrían quemarse.

Otros podrían

explotar.

Algunos

podrían

derretir

el

vidrio.

Siempre había

problemas, pero nunca se dio por vencido y que nunca vio a su fracaso como un fracaso.

Él sólo lo veía como paso hacia el éxito. Edison dijo una vez. "No he fracasado. Simplemente he descubierto 10.000 maneras que no funcionan”. Esta actitud de ver el fracaso como una experiencia de aprendizaje le ayudó a perseverar. Esta forma de pensar le llevó a Japón, donde se encontró con una especie de bambú, que era el material perfecto para su invención bombilla.

TRADUCCIÓN DE LA HISTORIA DE MICAHEL JORDAN He fallado más de 9.000 tiros en mi carrera.

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PREGUNTAS DE LA HISTORIA DE MICHAEL JORDAN

  • 1. How many shots did he miss?

He missed 9,000 shots.

  • 2. How many games did he lose? He lost almost 3600 games.

  • 3. How many times did he miss the game winning shot? He missed the game winning shot 26 times.

  • 4. Did he fail one time in his life? No he didn’t, he failed over and over in his life.

  • 5. Who was one of the greatest athletes of all time? He was one of the greatest athletes of all time.

  • 6. Did he always win? No he didn’t. He failed regularly.

  • 7. How can you describe Michael Jordan’s style of playing basketball? Michael Jordan is like watching a man fly.

  • 8. Did Michael Jordan have a lot of training? Yes, he has.

  • 9. Did he have natural talent? Yes, he has natural talent.

10. Did he have a healthy relationship with failure?

Yes he has.

11. Did he give up? No, he didn’t

12. What did Michael Jordan think about failure?

He though failure was another chance for him to improve.

PREGUNTAS DE LA HISTORIA DE MICHAEL JORDAN 1. How many shots did he miss? He missed

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GUNMAN OPENS FIRE AT OREGON MALL: GUNMAN 2 DEAD

PORTLAND.OREGON

A suburban Portland mall remained closed Wednesday a day after a gunman wearing camouflage and mask opened fire on shoppers, killing two people and wounding a third, before killing himself.

The shooter was a man in his 20s apparently fired at random because there’s no know connection between the gunman and the man and woman who were killed and the young woman who was wounded, police said.

The young woman, Kristina Shevchenko, whose age could not be confirmed, was in serious condition. Oregon Health y Science University Hospital in Portland said early Wednesday.

It really was a killing of total strangers, to my knowledge at this point and time.

He was really trying to kill as many people as possible, “Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts told ABC’s Good Morning America”.

Employees at mall with 2.000 employees were trained to run and hide, lock down and evacuate. “this could have been much, much worse, “Roberts said”.

TRADUCCIÓN

En el centro comercial en el suburbio de Portland permaneció cerrada el miércoles un día después de que un pistolero armado llevaba camuflaje y máscara abrieron fuego contra los compradores, matando a dos personas e hiriendo a un tercero, antes de suicidarse sí mismo.

El asesino era un hombre de unos 20 años al parecer dispararon al azar porque no hay saber conexión entre el pistolero y el hombre y la mujer que fueron asesinados y el joven que resultó herido, dijo la policía.

La joven mujer, Krisitna Shevchenko, cuya edad no se pudo confirmar, se encontraba en condición Serios. El hospital de la universidad en Oregon de Portland dijo miércoles.

Realmente fue una matanza de personas totalmente desconocidas, que yo sepa en este punto y la hora.

Él estaba tratando de matar a la gente como muchos como sea posible ", dijo el alguacil del condado de Clackamas Craig Roberts América ABC Good Morning".

Los empleados de centro comercial con 2,000 empleados fueron entrenados para correr y esconderse, bloquear y evacuar. "Este podría haber sido mucho, mucho peor", dijo

Roberts”.

GUNMAN OPENS FIRE AT OREGON MALL: GUNMAN 2 DEAD PORTLAND.OREGON A suburban Portland mall remained closed

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VOCABULARY

Miss: extrañar

I’ve : del verbo haber

Shots: disparos o lanzamientos

Career: carrera

Lost: perder

Times: veces, era

Trusted: confirmar

Win: ganar

Succed: tener éxito

Great: grandes,grandiosas

Like: como para comparar

Over: sobre

Fly: volar

Fail: fallar (acción)

Do: hacer /esfuerzo

Make: hacer/acción

Match: encajar- que haga juego

Unmatch: desencajar

Also: también

Relationship: relación unida

Failure: fracaso

VOCABULARY Miss: extrañar I’ve : del verbo haber Shots: disparos o lanzamientos Career: carrera Lost: perder

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Amound: alredor-rodeado de

Under: debajo

Advertisement: anuncios

To apply: aplicar

Applicants: aspirante

Appreciate: apreciado

To confirm: confirmer

Employment: empleo

To enclose: incluir

Enclosure: incluyendo

Human Resource Director: Director de Recursos Humanos

Interest: interesante

Job: trabajo

Office manager: gerente

Position: posición

Receptionist: recepcionista

Resumé: curriculum

To Schedule: Para planificar

Stationery: recepción

Wpm( words per minute): palabra por minuto

Attendance: asisitencia

Deadline: línea muerta

Facilities: suministros

Amound: alredor-rodeado de Under: debajo Advertisement: anuncios To apply: aplicar Applicants: aspirante Appreciate: apreciado To confirm:

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Meeting: reunion

Planner: guía

Sales meeting: conferencia de ventas

Planning: planificación

Blond: rubio

Curly: rizado

Wavy: ondulado

Long: largo

Round: ronda

Dark: oscuro

Overweight: sobrepasar, sobrepeso

Pretty: bonito

Good- looking: guapo

Helpful: útil

Laugh: reir

Shy: tímido

Smilling:sonriente

Funny: gracioso

Always: siempre

Never: nunca

Offten: a menudo

Sometimes: algunas veces

Usually: usualmente

Meeting : reunion Planner: guía Sales meeting: conferencia de ventas Planning: planificación Blond : rubio Curly:

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Play: entonar

Add: añadir

On: sobre

In: en

Trough: a través de

Between: entre o en medio

Behind: atrás

In front of: al frente

Next to: acontinuación

Above: arriba

Below: Abajo

Amound: alrededor

Under: debajo

Play : entonar Add: añadir On: sobre In : en Trough: a través de Between: entre

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REGLA NÚMERO 1:

Borrow: prestar

Lend: prestar

REGLAS

Aumentamos er: Borrower: el que toma prestado

Lender: dar prestado

Verbo donde tiene la necesidad de pedir algo.

 

Borrow: Que no tiene algo y lo necesita.

Lend: Suple la necesidad.

Ejemplos:

I

have car

Can you lend me your car?

Can I borrow your car?

 

Borrow: Si alquila algo, rentar algo,alquiler

Rent

Library

DVDS

books

REGLA NÚMERO 2:

Want: querer, desear

Need: necesitar: I need to go shopping.

Es una necesidad, algo importante. Ejm: alimento,casa

Want: deseo. Ejm:

I

want to eat pizza.

REGLA NÚMERO 1:  Borrow: prestar  Lend: prestar REGLAS Aumentamos er: Borrower: el que toma

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REGLA NÚMERO 3:

Live: vivir

Live: adj.: a word that describes a noun

Live music: musica en vivo

Adj. Noun

REGLA NÚMERO 4:

7º’clock sharp! exacto en punto

Like the back of my hand- necesitas ayuda

I’ll get back to you tomorrow.

Volveré a ti mañana.

REGLA NÚMERO 3: Live: vivir Live: adj.: a word that describes a noun Live music: musica

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