what type of desk did you want?¿qué tipo or clase de escritorio quería?;what type of person is he?¿qué tipo or clase de persona es?;I'm not the type to get carried awayno soy de la clase or del tipo de personas que se dejan llevar;I know the type of thing you meantengo una idea de a qué te refieres
injuries caused by rubber bullets, tear gas, grenades and this type of thinghe'll be locked up so he can't do this type of thing againhe's a bit tight with money, you know the type of thing I meanhe wasn't the type to commit murderI am a very determined type of personwe have all heard people describe some men as the "strong silent type"this type of crime is becoming increasingly commonshe had the type of boss we all dreadhe's the type of student who is fascinated by anything he doesn't understand/there is a certain type of person who/ will always be attracted to the unusualwhat type did you want?have you done this type of work before?this is the type of accident drivers fear mostthe second type of defenders are lymphocytesthis is a very different type of filmfive different types of lentilwhat type of car is it?there are several types of rosesthis dog is the only one of its type in Britain
nightclubs are not my type of thinglos clubes nocturnos no son lo mío;she's/he's not my typeno es mi tipo;it's my type of filmes una película de las que a mí me gustan
I didn't think he was my type at first
she's the motherly typees una madraza
he's an outdoor typees el tipo or la clase de persona a la que le gusta la vida al aire
a moisturizer suitable for all skin typesuna crema hidratante apropiada para todo tipo de pieles
she was the very type of Spanish beautyera el tipo exacto de la belleza española
the true type of the breedhe's/she's [a] typeHe is a type, but as bad of the type as you can imagine
there was some interesting casting against type in the filmen la película varios actores interpretaban papeles atípicos y el resultado es interesante
she didn't believe men could really become more sensitive - after a while they would become more macho, would revert to type
the government, true to type, tried to make us believe nothing was wrongel gobierno, como es característico en él or como siempre, intentó hacernos creer que no ocurría nada malo
they are often printed in plain type or capitalsHelvetica type, fourteen-pointThe Times was founded to advertise the most revolutionary new printing technology since Gutenberg: whole words preset in type instead of single lettersthe first book ever printed using movable typethe printers kept the type intact for several years afterwardsthe valuable copper type was stolen
in bold typeen negrita
in italic typeen cursiva
underneath, in much smaller type, was an address
Do you need to write a lot of essays in Spanish? If you are, don’t worry. It’s about to get a little bit easier for you because here in this article, we’ve listed down useful phrases that you can use in your essays.
Feel free to pepper your essays with the words and expressions from this list. It would certainly elevate your essays and impress your teachers.
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|Spanish Essay Phrase||English Translation|
|1||para empezar||to begin with|
|2||en primer lugar||in the first place|
|3||al principio||in the beginning|
|4||como punto de partida||as a point of departure|
|5||por un lado||on the one hand|
|6||para continuar||to continue|
|9||además||in addition; also; moreover|
|13||después de (+ infinitivo)||after|
|16||antes de (+ infinitivo)||before|
|18||a pesar de (+ infinitivo)||in spite of|
|19||aunque||even though; even if|
|21||en cambio||on the other hand|
|22||por otra parte||on the other hand|
|23||por otro lado||on the other hand|
|24||sino que; sino||but (rather)|
|25||en realidad||in reality; really|
|26||hay que tomar en cuenta||you have to take into account|
|27||lo importante es||the important thing is|
|29||por lo tanto||therefore|
|32||para ilustrar||to illustrate|
|33||por ejemplo||for example|
|34||a causa de||because of|
|35||en conclusión||in conclusion|
|36||en fin||in short|
|38||en resumen||in summary; to summarize|
|39||para concluir||to conclude|
|40||para terminar||to conclude|
Which phrases do you find the most useful? And do you have more phrases you would like to add? Leave your thoughts in the comments section! 🙂
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