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the class
la clase
art
el arte
natural sciences
las ciencias naturales
social sciences
las ciencias sociales
p.e.
la educación física
spanish
el español
english
el inglés
math
las matemáticas
technology
la tecnología
bored
aburrido,-a
difficult
difícil
fun
divertido,-a
easy
fácil
interesting
interesante
practical
práctico,-a
pen
un bolígrafo
calculator
una calculadora
folder
una carpeta
3-ring binder
una carpeta de argollas
notebook
un cuaderno
dictionary
diccionario
piece of paper
una hoja de papel
pencil
un lápiz
book
un libro
homework
la tarea
seat
asiento
flag
una bandera
poster
un cartel
desk
un escritorio
table
una mesa
wastepaper basket
la papelera
door
la puerta
desk
pupitre
clock
un reloj
pencil sharpener
un sacapuntas
chair
una silla
window
la ventana
get a good grade
sacar una buena nota
discuss
discutir
laboratory
el laboratorio
project
un proyecto
a report
un informe
about
sobre
repeat the words
repetir las palabras
memorize
aprender de memoria
explain
explicar
someone, somebody
alguien
no, none
ningún, ninguno,-a
to pay attention
prestar atención
to respect
respetar
to answer
contestar
to give a speech
dar un discurso
to ask a question
hacer una pregunta
to ask for help
pedir ayuda
on time
a tiempo
to turn it in
entregar
to arrive late
llegar tarde
to pay attention
prestar atención
rule
la regla
it's forbidden...
se prohíbe...
locker
el armario
I.D. card
el carnet de identidad
transparent tape
la cinta adhesiva
stapler
la grapadora
supplies, materials
las materiales
scissors
las tijeras
assets
Everything a corporation or individual owns or is owed, including cash, investments, and property.
bear market
A condition of the stock market when prices of stocks are generally declining
blue-chip stock
Stock in a company with a national reputation for quality, reliability, and the ability to make money and pay stock dividends in good times and bad.
bond
An IOU which is issued by a corporation or a branch of government to its lenders. The bond is a promise to repay the loan at a certain later date and to pay a specific rate of interest. Bodnds are generally a safer and more predictable investment than stocks.
broker
A licensed professional who acts as the middleman between people who buy and sell stock.
capital
The money needed to start or expand a business. Companies often "go public"- selling shares of themselves to the public-to raise capital.
dividend
A payment made by a company to a stockholder, generally based on the company's profits. Dividends are paid in proportion to the number of shares a stockholder owns.
Dow Jones industrial average
An "indicator" of the stock market's overall strength, based on the values of 30 industrial stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Gross national product (GNP)
The total yearly value of all goods and services produced by a nation.
Interest rate
The price a borrower pays for the use of a lender's money. For example, if a lender charged $6 a year for a loan of $100, the interest rate would be 6 percent.
Liquidity
How easily one's assets can be converted into spendable cash. For example, if money in an account can't be withdrawn for 10 years, it is not very liquid.
Margin buying
A method of buying stocks in which the buyer doesn't have to pay all at once. A margin buyer must, however, pay at least 50 percent of the stock's value right away.
Mutual fund
A company that uses its capital to invest in other companies. The fund sells shares of itself to finance its investments. Small investors often invest in mutual funds to profit from the expertise of the "financial gurus" directing the funds' investments.
Odd lot
A portion of stock less than 100 shares
Portfolio
A variety of securities held by an indivdiual or institution.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
The federal agency which regulates the securities industry.
Wall Street
A street in New York's financial district where the New York Stock Exchange and many banks and brockerages are located.