By E.M. Forster
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Reticule: retículo. slack: flojo, flojera. slipped: resbalado. suspicious: suspicaz, sospechoso, receloso. whispered: chuchicheado. M. Forster 37 So when the concert was over and Margaret said, “We live quite near; I am going there now. ” he said, “Thank you,” peaceably, and followed her out of the Queen’s Hall. She wished that he was not so anxious to hand a lady downstairs, or to carry a lady’s programme for her—his class was near enough her own for its manners to vex her. ” she began. ” Helen would have exclaimed, “So do I.
Armchair: sillón, butaca. burning: quemadura, ardiente. calamity: calamidad. cellar: sótano, bodega. command: mando, orden, mandato, comando, instrucción, capitanear, acaudillar. contained: contenido. cosy: cómodo.
Very serious thing this decline of the birth-rate in Manchester,” repeated Mr. Cunningham, tapping the Sunday paper, in which the calamity in question had just been announced to him. “Ah, yes,” said Leonard, who was not going to let on that he had not bought a Sunday paper. ” “Good-evening, Mr. ” “Good-evening, Mr. ” Then Leonard entered Block B of the flats, and turned, not upstairs, but down, into what is known to house agents as a semi-basement, and to other men as a cellar. ” with the pseudo-geniality of the Cockney.