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Social Interaction I

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SOCIAL INTERACTION I
 
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ACROSS:

2.Anxious because of problems or unpleasant things that might happen.
4.Angry
7.Something that you say or write that you know is untrue.
9.The real facts about a situation.
 
DOWN:
1.Showing firm and constant support to a person or situation.
3.An action, decision or judgment which produces an unwanted or unintentional result.
5.Conversation or reports about other people´s private lives which might be unkind, disapproving or not true.
6.An opinion which someone  offers you about what you should do or how you should act in a particular situation.
8.A feelingof hate. 
 
 Complete the Chart. (141-146)
 Simple Form  Past Tense  Past Participle  Translation
 swing  swung 
  sneezed  estornudar
 swell   hinchar
  supported supported 
 swear   jurar
 stay  stayed
 
 
 
 
Match the word with the definition.
 
 1.Talking a lot                                                                               (    )  suggestion
 2.Able to be trusted                                                                        (    )  magazine
 3.To become angry very easily                                                      (    ) chatterbox
 4.Synonym of enemy                                                                     (    )  misunderstanding
 5.A person, especially a child, who talks a lot                              (    ) naughty
 6. A situation or subject under consideration                                 (    ) matter
 7.When children behave badly or are not abedient                        (    ) talkative
 8.To mention an idea, possible plan or action for other
people to consider                                                                             
(    ) quick-tempered
 9.When someone does not understand something 
correctly                                                                                          
(    ) trustworthy
 10.A type of thin book which contains articles and
photographs and is published every week or month                       
(    ) foe