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CLASE 16
En la decimoséxta clase aprenderás el pasado de los verbos irregulares

CLASE 17
En la decimoséptima clase aprenders a utilizar el verbo estar + el participio


CLASE 18
En la decimoctava clase aprenderás a utilizar los comparativos "tanto-como"

CLASE 19
En la decimonovena clase aprenderás a utilizar los pronombres



CURSO DE PERFECCIONAMIENTO DE LA LENGUA INGLESA
CLASE 20 - TRANSICIONES


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TEXT
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THE CLASSLESS SOCIETY

In the year 2000, there were 3 different surveys asking Americans if they were middle class or not.

In the first, 91% said yes; the second, 93%; the third, 97%.
This means that Americans dont understand the word "class". Of the working population, 96% are employed. Fictional unemployment (students, people job-hunting, housewives, etc.) is between 2 and 3%. The crime rate has gone down for the last 11 years, simply because people dont have time to commit crimes? Even with foreign emigration flooding in (the U.S. accepts 90% of the worlds official emigration), there arent enough people to fill the jobs available.

Every day, TV is filled with long lists of jobs. Truly, the U.S. has become exactly what Marx envisioned: a classless society. Even 80% of the unemployed say they are middle class!


VOCABULARY (vocabulario)

Surveys encuestas Trutly de verdad / en realidad
To mean significar To envision preveer
job-hunting busca-trabajos Even incluso
crime rate Tanto por ciento de crimenes Enough suficiente
To flood in entrar a lo bestia Available disponible



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