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Role: Moderator of Romance Languages. Contribution: translations, transliterations, thanked times, solved requests, helped members, transcribed songs, added idioms, explained idioms, left comments. Site activity. No Woman. Let's colour the sky. The source lyrics have been updated. Please review Phantasmagoria Poems of stories. Not a single word can pass through my lips. It's not what the mirror reflects - it's what's reflected in the mirror.

I see it-". Lo veo Jem looked around, reached up, and gingerly pocketed a tiny shiny package. We ran home, and on the front porch we looked at a small box patchworked with bits of tinfoil collected from chewing-gum wrappers. It was the kind of box wedding rings came in, purple velvet with a minute catch.

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Jem flicked open the tiny catch. Inside were two scrubbed and polished pennies, one on top of the other. Jem examined them. Era una cajita de las que contienen anillos de boda, de terciopelo morado con un cierre diminuto. These are real old. Mil novecientos seis, y, Scout, una es de mil novecientos.

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Son antiguas de verdad. You reckon we ought to keep 'em, Jem? Who'd we give 'em back to? I know for a fact don't anybody go by there -Cecil goes by the back street an' all the way around by town to get home. Cecil Jacobs, who lived at the far end of our street next door to the post office, walked a total of one mile per school day to avoid the Radley Place and old Mrs.

Henry Lafayette Dubose. Dubose lived two doors up the street from us; neighborhood opinion was unanimous that Mrs. Dubose was the meanest old woman who ever lived.

Jem wouldn't go by her place without Atticus beside him. Finders were keepers unless title was proven. Plucking an occasional camellia, getting a squirt of hot milk from Miss Maudie Atkinson's cow on a summer day, helping ourselves to someone's scuppernongs was part of our ethical culture, but money was different. These are somebody's, I know that. See how they've been slicked up? They've been saved. Las guardaremos hasta que empiece la escuela, entonces iremos por las clases y preguntaremos a todos si son suyas. Estas monedas son de alguien, ya lo sabes. Las ahorraban. You know it doesn't last.

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Pero las monedas tienen importancia para alguien They're real strong magic, they make you have good luck. Not like fried chicken when you're not lookin' for it, but things like long life 'n' good health, 'n' passin' six- weeks tests … these are real valuable to somebody. I'm gonna put 'em in my trunk.

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Tienen una magia poderosa de verdad, le dan buena suerte a uno. Before Jem went to his room, he looked for a long time at the Radley Place. He seemed to be thinking again. Two days later Dill arrived in a blaze of glory: he had ridden the train by himself from Meridian to Maycomb Junction a courtesy title Maycomb Junction was in Abbott County where he had been met by Miss Rachel in Maycomb's one taxi; he had eaten dinner in the diner, he had seen two twins hitched together get off the train in Bay St.

Louis and stuck to his story regardless of threats. He had discarded the abominable blue shorts that were buttoned to his shirts and wore real short pants with a belt; he was somewhat heavier, no taller, and said he had seen his father. Hush," said Jem. He was clearly tired of being our character man. Evidentemente estaba cansado de ser nuestro primer actor. I was tired of playing Tom Rover, who suddenly lost his memory in the middle of a picture show and was out of the script until the end, when he was found in Alaska. Our first days of freedom, and we were tired.

I wondered what the summer would bring.

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We had strolled to the front yard, where Dill stood looking down the street at the dreary face of the Radley Place. An old lady taught me how. I mean it, now-". Y ahora lo digo en serio A Hot Steam's somebody who can't get to heaven, just wallows around on lonesome roads an' if you walk through him, when you die you'll be one too, an, you'll go around at night suckin' people's breath-".

Calpurnia asegura que eso son cuentos de negros. Jem scowled darkly at me, but said, "Well, are we gonna play anything or not? Jem sighed. I ran to the back yard and pulled an old car tire from under the house. I slapped it up to the front yard. Dill said he ought to be first, he just got here. Jem arbitrated, awarded me first push with an extra time for Dill, and I folded myself inside the tire. Until it happened I did not realize that Jem was offended by my contradicting him on Hot Steams, and that he was patiently awaiting an opportunity to reward me.


He did, by pushing the tire down the sidewalk with all the force in his body. Ground, sky and houses melted into a mad palette, my ears throbbed, I was suffocating. I could not put out my hands to stop, they were wedged between my chest and knees. I could only hope that Jem would outrun the tire and me, or that I would be stopped by a bump in the sidewalk.

I heard him behind me, chasing and shouting. Lo hizo empujando la cubierta acera abajo con toda la fuerza de su cuerpo. The tire bumped on gravel, skeetered across the road, crashed into a barrier and popped me like a cork onto pavement. Dizzy and nauseated, I lay on the cement and shook my head still, pounded my ears to silence, and heard Jem's voice: "Scout, get away from there, come on! I raised my head and stared at the Radley Place steps in front of me.

I froze. I got to my feet, trembling as I thawed. Yo me puse en pie, temblando como si me derritiese. Ain't you got any sense at all? When I was able to navigate, I ran back to them as fast as my shaking knees would carry me. Jem was silent. Why, you even touched the house once, remember7".