-Crime doesn´t paysaid to say there is more trouble than benefit from committing a
-Locks keep out only the honest Honest people will never go to prison because they
are never guilty.
-If you share your friend´s crime, you make it your ownIt means that if you don’t
report a crime, you’re being an accomplice
-Obviously crime pays, or there´d be no crime If people receive punishment for
committing a crime is because a crime has been committed.
 Pg 58/59 After twenty years:
-Avenuea broad road in a town or city, typically having trees at regular intervals along
its sides.
-chillyuncomfortably or unpleasantly cold.
-Now and thenrom time to time, sometimes
-leaned/to lean to rest or cause to rest against a support; to bend or tilt (the body)
from a vertical position
-to reassuresay or do something to remove the doubts or fears of (someone)
-to strike a matchto light a match by rubbing it on a rough surface.
-to have a square jawed face having a regular, approximately rectangular jaw
-to raise/to be raised to be brought up; educated
-to correspond/ correspondedto send letters to each other
-to lose track of each otherIf you lose track of someone or something, you no longer
know where they are or what is happening; not to be in contact for a long time
-to do well out To profit from someone or something.
-drizzlelight rain falling in very fine drops
-To gazelook steadily and intently, especially in admiration, surprise, or thought.
-to unfoldopen or spread out from a folded position
-to trembleshake involuntarily, typically as a result of anxiety, excitement, or frailty
 Pg 60:

-shapethe external form, contours, or outline of someone or something; the appearance
of an object
-to turn upto suddenly appear somewhere
-barely only just; almost not.
-appointmentan arrangement to meet someone at a particular time and place; a formal
-to handIf you have something to hand or near to hand, you have it with you or near
you, ready to use when needed; to put something in someone’s hand from your own hand
-to forcemake a way through or into by physical strength; to make things happen but
-scarmark left on the skin where a wound, burn, or sore has not healed completely
-steady not shaking or moving.
-to releaseset free;

To go on continue
To go on happen
To turn in go to bed in the evening.
To turn in Report to the police or authorities
To give away Give sth for free
To give away to tell information or facts that you should keep secret
To put something down record something in writing
To put someone down To criticise and tease someone
To back up Support and idea for instance
To back up To move in reverse
To take out Go on date
To take out remove
 Pg 62/63:
-To claimtate or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence
or proof.
-To wonderto think for oneself; to be curious about
-Surveillanceclose observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal.
 Pg 64:
-Mugger a person who attacks and robs another in a public place.
-Con artista person who cheats or tricks others by persuading them to believe
something that is not true;

-Pickpocketa person who steals from people's pockets
-Shopliftera person who steals goods from a shop while pretending to be a customer.
-To get caughtto become unexpectedly involved in an unpleasant or annoying situation
-To let off chance to escape or avoid something; to be released; not to punish someone
who has committed a crime
-Proof evidence or argument establishing a fact or the truth of a statement
-To safeguarda measure taken to protect someone or something or to prevent
something undesirable;
-Finethe amount of money one has to pay after having committed a crime; the money
that has to be paid because of a punishment; money imposed as a penalty for an offense
-To get away with to succeed in avoiding punishment for something; escape blame,
punishment, or undesirable consequences for (an act that is wrong or mistaken)
-To be guiltyresponsible for a specified wrongdoing
-To be on trialbeing tried in a court of law
-Valuables small objects, especially jewellery, that might be sold for a lot of money;
things that are worth a great deal of money.
-Fake something that is not true

-To grab to take hold of something or someone suddenly and roughly; to seize
suddenly, eagerly, or roughly;
-To run off with somethingto borrow, steal, or take something that does not belong to
-To break into enter or open (a place, vehicle, or container) forcibly.


-Money makes the world go round????money is very important, it is the most important or one of the essential things in life; The expression “money makes the world go round ” means that money is very important, it is the most important or one of the essential things in life, a lot of events could not happen without it, money solves lots of (or all) problems.

-Sth costs an arm and a leg???? it means that sth is very expensive

-to be well off????To be rich, get a lot of money

-to make ends meet????get the minimum money to subsist

-to live from hand to mouth????making a lot of sacrifices to pay the bill at the end of the month ¸ earn just enough money to live on.

-to be on the house????it is given to you free by a business, If you are given something in a restaurant or bar on the house, you do not have to pay for it.-distressing???? when something causes worry to you

-relieve????to improve an unpleasant situation, to alleviate 

-Gloom????feelings of great unhappiness and loss of hope.

-Trends????a general development or change in a situation(modas)

-needy????poor and not having enough food, clothes, etc.

-donor????a person who gives some of their blood or a partof their body, or money to help someone who is ill or needs it

-recipient????a person who receives something

-To express gratitude????to show quality of being grateful

-to wane out???? lower the intensity, become smaller or less interesting

-to make a comeback????referring to a clothes for example that were trendy at one point, it disappeared and now is trendy again.

-to be beyond reach????difficult or almost impossible to achieve or obtain.

-drive-through????a place where you can get some type of service by driving through it, without needing to get out of your car.

-drive off????to leave in a car.

-to repay????to pay back or to reward someone.

-to nod????to move your head down and then up.

-to vary????If things of the same type vary, they are different from each other, and if you vary them, you cause them to be different from each other.

-up to date????until this precise moment, modern, recent.

-in turn????when you do something after someone else.

-lack of????be in need of¸ fact that something is not available or that there is not enough of it.

-needy????poor and not having enough food, clothes, etc.

-Grateful????when you say thanks to somebody who have helped you.

Grateful????showing or expressing thanks.

-afford????to be able to buy or do something because you have enough money or time.

-to point????to make it seem likely that a particular fact is true or that a particular event will happen

-to take pleasure in????to  take happiness, or satisfaction.




Tired of

in need of sleep

Protection from

the act of protecting from sth

Opposed to

completely different

Intention of

something that you want and plan to do

Effect on

When an event or situation has a done an effect

Grateful for

To be thankful because of something

Confidence in

the quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people

Sympathy for

to understand and care for someone else’s suffering.

Familiar with

easy to recognize because of being seen, met, heard, etc. before:

Reaction to

An attitude or behavior one has, a feeling or an action that is a direct result of something else.

Jealous of

upset and angry because someone that you love seems interested in another person.

Late for

Not to be on time for an event

Mad about

To be angry at something or someone

Report on/about

to give a description of something or information about it to someone

Increase in

to (make something) become larger in amount or size

Fond of

to like someone or something very much; to like doing something

-to be in charge of????to be agree with
-To have the chance of????to have the opportunity

-to catch sight of????to be able to see with your eyes

-to play part in????to be participating in an event, teamwork or so.

-to run the risk of????to be in danger of having problems because of deciding to do something that might not be right to do.

-discount-????to lower the price of one object

-owe????to have a debt with someone

-to inherit????to receive money or properties in someone´s (a family member) will (testamento)

-poverty????people who do not have money

-Cash????money: coins and notes, not the credit card.

-property????a building that we own

-bargain????the person who ask for money in the street

-to borrow/to lend????to take something  from someone for a period of time and with the intention of giving it back / to leave sth to someone.

-To have a refund/to exchange????to be given money after buying a product and returning it because  we did not like it/  to change one product for another.

-to be broke/to be affluent????not to have money to make a living/ to have much more money than what you need to survive.

-receipt????the ticket we are given once we buy a product.

-Change (money)????the money we receive back when we pay with notes and coins.

-price tag????the ticket attached to a product that says how much a product costs.

-two for the price of one????to buy two products for the price of one

-the full price????the total amount of money that a product costs

-at no extra cost????no extra amount of money

-the cost of living????the amount of money you invest or spend in surviving

-low-cost????low price