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ENGLISH. IDIOM OF THE MONTH Beat around the bush Meaning: be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information For example:

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2 IDIOM OF THE MONTH Beat around the bush Meaning: be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information For example: ·"Don't beat around the bush - tell me what you want!". "Not to beat about the bush I'm hoping that you might be able to give me a job" Idiom sent by Chris Thompson

3 SPANISH OMELETTE INGREDIENTS 4 medium-sized potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced 6 eggs 1 onion, chopped ¼ litre olive oil salt PREPARATION First, heat the oil in a large frying pan and then gently fry the sliced potatoes until almost soft, stirring from time to time so that they don't burn on the bottom of the pan. Add the onion and continue frying until all the pieces are soft. Drain the vegetables in a colander to get rid of the excess oil. Beat the eggs in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Add the potatoes, etc. and mix well and check seasoning. Heat a little oil in a frying pan on a moderate heat. Pour in the potatoes and eggs and shake the frying pan from time to time so that the omelette doesn't stick to the bottom. Once the bottom of the omelette has set, turn the heat down low and cover the pan. After about ten minutes, turn the omelette by placing either a flat plate or saucepan lid on the frying pan and quickly turning over. Gently slide the omelette back into the frying pan and continue frying, once again shaking the pan from time to time so that it doesn't stick to the bottom, until it has set all the way through. Remove the tortilla from the pan and serve with crusty bread. Recipe sent by Chris Thompson

4 Big Ben Big Ben is one of London's best-known landmarks, and looks most spectacular at night when the clock faces are illuminated. You even know when parliament is in session, because a light shines above the clock face.London The four dials of the clock are 23 feet square, the minute hand is 14 feet long and the figures are 2 feet high. Minutely regulated with a stack of coins placed on the huge pendulum, Big Ben is an excellent timekeeper, which has rarely stopped. The name Big Ben actually refers not to the clock-tower itself, but to the thirteen ton bell hung within. The bell was named after the first commissioner of works, Sir Benjamin Hall. This bell came originally from the old Palace of Westminster, it was given to the Dean of St. Paul's by William III. Before returning to Westminster to hang in its present home, it was refashioned in Whitechapel in 1858

5 Tongue twister of the month Luke's duck likes lakes. Luke Luck licks lakes. Luke's duck licks lakes. Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Luck likes. Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.

6 SEE YOU NEXT MONTH!!! HORARIO/DIRECCIÓN Espacio Movilidad Lunes a viernes de 9:00 a 14:00 Martes y jueves de 17:00 a 19:00 Concertar cita previa. Concejalía de Juventud Paseo Alfonso XIII, nº Cartagena Telf. y fax


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