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Sb p. 68, 72 

Act your age. to behave in a way suitable for someone as old as you are Be in your prime: in the best, most successful, most productive stage Come of age: to reach the age when you are legally recognized as an adult

Have its ups and downs 
Look forward to something: await eagerly. To feel happy and excited about something that is going to Happen. 
Have mixed feelings 
Dreading: feeling extremely worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might Happen 
Upbeat: full of hope, happiness, and good feelings 
Cynical 
Gloomy: feeling distressed or pessimistic. 
Filled with optimism 
Filled with despair: feeling that there is no hope and that you can do nothing to improve a difficult or Worrying situation

SB p. 82 Phrasal verbs: 
Bring out - publicar mercado
Break into .- forzar
Pull out .- irse (vehículo)
Take back to .- Retractarte
Come across .- Conocer a alguien
Put up with .- Tolerar algo
Turn out.-  Descubrir algo de manera especial
Break down .- estropearse
Put someone up.-  poner / mandar a alguien


Tabloid: a type of popular newspaper with small pages that has many pictures and short, simple reports 
Supplement: a part of a magazine or newspaper, either produced separately or as part of the magazine Or newspaper 
Broadsheet: a newspaper that is printed on large sheets of paper, or an advertisement printed on a large Sheet of paper 
Readership: the group of people who regularly read a particular newspaper, magazine, etc. 
Biased: showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person based on personal opinions 
Columnist 
Circulation

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