Weekly Vocab #5.3 (original)
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 15, 2006, 4:05|
It is the first time this is posted.
> From: "Carsten Becker" <carbeck@...>
> Hi List,
> I have tried to translate my shopping list into Ayeri
> recently, but I failed at some words. I thought I should
> share this Weekly Vocab exercise with you thus, brought to
> you by the Real Life™. Most things should be pretty easy to
> translate, but I'm astonished again and again what there is
> still no word for in my dictionary yet although you use this
> something daily. This time, it's 15 words because it
> shouldn't be too hard.
> Here we go:
> 1. apples
> 2. bread
> 3. bus/train/... ticket
> 4. butter
> 5. cheese
> 6. cream
> 7. ink
> 8. jam/marmelade
> 9. milk
> 10. noodles/pasta
> 11. salad
> 12. sausage (of which you put slices on your bread)
> 13. soap
> 14. stamps
> 15. toilet paper
> Some sentences:
> 1. I like to eat an apple at the end of my lunch break.
> 2. This bread is mouldy, I urgently need to buy a new one.
> 3. In order to use the bus you must have a bus ticket.
> 4. Butter tastes very well on a fresh raisin roll.
> 5. If you need something to eat quickly, you can make rice
> with melted cheese and ketchup.
> 6. Cream is made of milk.
> 7. I need ink for my printer.
> 8. Fruit jam when eaten outside is likely to attract wasps.
> 9. You have to pay attention that the milk won't get sour.
> 10. Noodles like to boil over.
> 11. Salad is suitable as a side dish for almost anything.
> 12. This is a sausage of which you put slices on your bread.
> 13. The Federal Health Authority recommends to use soap.
> 14. The postal service will refuse to deliver this letter
> becaues the stamp is missing.
> 15. I had my brother bring me a new roll of toilet paper.
> Happy translating :-)
> Carsten Becker
> "Miranayam kepauarà naranoaris." (Kalvin nay Hobbes)
> Tingraena, Ravikan 24, 2315 ya 26:45:33 pd
Bonus Vocab from WordNet:
This is randomly selected automatically, so in case it offends you
or you disagree, please either ignore or be inspired to make up
different words and/or phrases:
- carving, n.
removing parts to create a desired shape
- bevel, v.
cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel; "bevel the surface"
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