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By Mark Twain

ISBN-10: 0497261448

ISBN-13: 9780497261443

This version is written in English. besides the fact that, there's a operating Spanish glossary on the backside of every web page for the more challenging English phrases highlighted within the textual content. there are various variations of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s court docket. This variation

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It is a little thing--glass is--until it is absent, then it becomes a big thing. But perhaps the worst of all was, that there wasn't any sugar, coffee, tea, or tobacco. I saw that I was just another Robinson Crusoe cast away on an uninhabited island, with no society but some more or less tame animals, and if I wanted to make life bearable I must do as he did--invent, contrive, create, reorganize things; set brain and hand to work, and keep them busy. Well, that was in my line. One thing troubled me along at first--the immense interest which people took in me.

Narrow: estrecho, angosto. perilous: peligroso. rats: rata. remnants: remanentes. scant: escaso, escatimar. shoved: empujado. straw: paja, pajita, la paja. % When I next came to myself, I seemed to have been asleep a very long time. My first thought was, "Well, what an astonishing dream I've had! I reckon I've waked only just in time to keep from being hanged or drowned or burned or something.... " But just then I heard the harsh music of rusty chains and bolts, a light flashed in my eyes, and that butterfly, Clarence, stood before me!

He asked them why they were so dull--why didn't it occur to them to strip me. In half a minute I was as naked as a pair of tongs! And dear, dear, to think of it: I was the only embarrassed person there. Everybody discussed me; and did it as unconcernedly as if I had been a cabbage. Queen Guenever was as naively interested as the rest, and said she had never seen anybody with legs just like mine before. It was the only compliment I got--if it was a compliment. Spanish assemblage: reunión. cabbage: col, repollo, la col, berza.

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