Escuela y Educación en Inglés: En esta lección aprenderemos el vocabulario relacionado con la escuela y la universidad.
Asignaturas en el colegio en inglés
|physical education||Educación Física|
Las asignaturas de la escuela (excepto los idiomas) no se escriben con mayúscula inicial. Los cursos de universidad (Introduction to Philosophy, Bioengineering) deben escribirse con mayúscula.
Cosas útiles en la escuela/universidad
|board marker||rotulador de pizarra|
|notice board||tablón de anuncios|
|sheet of paper||hoja de papel|
|textbook||libro de texto|
|colored pencils||lápices de colores|
|Scotch tape||cinta adhesiva|
I need my colored pencils. I will attend my Art classes in a few minutes.
Students need to bring two pencils and a pencil sharpener during the examination day.
I put all my notebooks and textbooks in my backpack.
We have to bring calculators for our Physics exam tomorrow.
It’s better to use the highlighter to mark the important words.
Phrasal verbs útiles sobre colegio y Educación en Inglés
|catch on||to understand||The first few Chinese lessons were really difficult, but I think I’m catching on now.||entender|
|drop out||to stop going to school, to leave school||Many young teens are dropping out of school to find a job.||abandonar|
|fall behind||to be behind the schedule||Jim’s falling behind because of the absences we had.||quedarse atrás|
|find out||to discover or learn something you don’t know||The students found out the reason who Thomas Edison was.||descubrir|
|go over||to review or check again something||Just leave your answers; I’ll go over them this breaktime.||repasar|
|hand in||to give your work to somebody; to submit||The pupils handed in their exams to the teacher.||entregar|
|hand out||to give so that people will have one or some||The teacher handed out the exams to the students.||repartir|
|cut out||to remove a part by cutting||My teacher asked me to cut the pictures out.||separar|
|look up||to find information in a book, in the internet||I don’t know what that word means. I have to look it up in the dictionary.||buscar información|
|miss out||to not include||Don’t miss out the important information in your report.||omitir|
|mix up||to confuse two things or people||I always mix up ‘sensible’ and ‘sensitive’.||confundir|
|opt for||to choose a thing or person||Hanna opted for French because she didn’t like physical education.||optar por, elegir|
|run through||to read something quickly in order to check it||We have to run through our notes before the exam.||hojear|
|sign up||to take part or join in an organization||We signed up for the drama club.||registrarse, unirse|
|kick out||to force someone to leave a place||The principal kicked him out of the school for bullying.||echar|
|read over||to read something again from the very beginning||We’ll read over the first part of the chapter but we didn’t do the exercises.||leer de nuevo|
|put off||to delay||The teacher decided to put off the exam for a week.||retrasar, posponer|
Edificios y lugares de la Escuela y Educación en Inglés
|classroom||a room in which students learn||aula|
|school grounds||the land surrounding a school||áreas de la escuela|
|campus||the area of land containing all the buildings of a university||campus|
|schoolyard / playground||an area in the school where students usually play games or sports||patio|
|principal’s office||an office where the principal stays and offices||oficina del director|
|music room||a room in a school where students learn to sing, play musical instruments or anything related to music||aula de música|
|art room||a room in school for teaching visual arts||aula de arte|
|computer room||a room of computers for students who specialized in computer education||aula de informática|
|library||a room in a school where students, teachers and everyone in school gain access to resources/information||biblioteca|
|locker||a place in a school where students put their belongings||taquilla|
|playing fields||large areas of land where different sports are played||campos|
|toilet||a room in a school where students urinate or defecate||aseos|
Frases y verbos útiles sobre Escuela y Educación en Inglés
An English teacher teaches about the subject and verb in the sentence.
We learn how to read and write in primary schools.
Students should do their homework.
My university professor gives a lecture on Mathematics; we take notes and ask questions if we are confused.
We have to take a History course in school. At the end of the course, we take or do an examination. All students hope to pass the examinations but some of them will fail the exams.
If we pass the final examinations in a university, we get a degree.
Ejercicios sobre Escuela y Educación en Inglés
Une la columna A con la columna B.
|1. play team sports and other physical activities (j)||a. religious education|
|2. learn to use software and know the hardware (i)||b. physics|
|3. solve numerical problems (g)||c. history|
|4. do vocabulary exercises and use them in a sentence (f)||d. chemistry|
|5. draw or paint and other visual things (e)||e. art|
|6. learn about the life cycle of the butterfly (h)||f. English|
|7. learn about the composition of water (d)||g. mathematics|
|8. learn about the past (c)||h. biology|
|9. study the law of gravity (b)||i. computer science|
|10. the study of people’s beliefs, ceremonies and traditions (a)||j. physical education|
Completa las oraciones usando el phrasal verb correcto de la caja.
|catch on||drop out||fall behind||hand in||go over|
|opt for||mix up||look up||hand out|
- “Letty, you’re absent for two weeks. There’s a lot of discussions that you ________.” (miss out)
- We are given three subjects to study for the summer class. I ______ the swimming class instead of the sewing class. (opt for)
- I always _______ the formula in Math. They’re confusing. (mix up)
- “Class don’t forget to ______ your assignments tomorrow. Late submission will not be accepted anymore.” (hand in)
- “Class, I have to ______ your thesis papers. I will return them after two days.” (go over)
- Due to the hurricane, we suspended the class for a week. The students are ________ with their lessons now. (falling behind)
- I don’t know what this word means. I will _____ it _____ in the dictionary. (look up)
- I hope you can ______ with our lessons. You’ been absent for how many days. (catch on)
- “Mary, please ____ these papers ____ to your classmates. Make sure everyone has a copy.” (hand out)
Ejercicios de comunicación sobre Escuela y Educación en Inglés
- What was your favorite subject when you were in high school? Why did you like it?
- Do you like math? If not, what makes mathematics a difficult subject? If yes, explain.
- What major did you study in college?
- What part of school do you like the most?
- When you were a student, how did you spend your free time?