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inmigrar (to immigrate)
1. It is important that immigrants immigrate legally (legalmente).
*dedicarse a (to dedicate oneself to)
2. It is a shame that politicians are not dedicating themselves to the struggle of inequality.
*elegir (e-i) (to elect)
3. It is necessary that we elect a new senator (senador).
perder (e-ie) (la elección) (to lose) (the election)
4. It is possible that Mark Udall loses the election.
influir (i-y) (to influence)
5. It is probable that minorities (minorías) influence the election.
*destrozar (to destroy)
6. It is a pity that terrorists destroy the right to live peacefully (pacíficamente).
*castigar (to punish)
7. It is impossible that the court punishes all of the combatants.
*merecer(se) (to deserve)
8. It is best that all people deserve basic (básicos) human rights.
*otorgar (to grant)
9. It is possible that the government grant amnesty (amnistía) to people under the Dream Act.
*fortalecer (to strenghten)
10. It is uncertain that we are strengthening the borders (las fronteras) against (contra) terrorists.
promulgar (una ley) (to enact) (a law)
11. It is probable that the president is enacting a law to help unaccompanied (los menores no acompañados) immigrant children.
*tener derecho a… (to have the right to…)
12. It is ridiculous that women in some countries (paises) don’t have the right to vote.
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Luchar (contra) (to fight against). abusar (el poder) (to abuse power)
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