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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (my profession)
2. (my competition)
3. (my education)
a. my degree
Mi plan es terminar mi carrera y luego buscar trabajo en alguna ONG.My plan is to finish my degree and then look for a job at an NGO.
b. my major
Regionalism used in the United States
Lo que me gusta de mi carrera es que no te exige que seas un genio para las matemáticas.What I like about my major is that it doesn't require you to be a math genius.
c. my studies
Cuando estaba en la universidad no salía mucho de fiesta. Estaba completamente enfocado en mi carrera.When I was in college I didn't go out partying that much. I was completely focused on my studies.
4. (my taxi journey)
a. my fare
Este taxista debió pensar que yo era un turista. Me trató de cobrar $20 cuando yo sé que mi carrera costaba menos de $10.This cab driver must've thought I was a tourist. He tried charging me $20, when I know my fare was less than $10.
b. my ride
La máquina para procesar tarjetas de crédito en el taxi estaba averiada, asi que mi carrera me salió gratis.The credit card machine in the cab was broken, so my ride was free.
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