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Carne, I think it meand the driver's license, I wasn't too sure but it would make sense.
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I spent half the time I spent on the listening thinking that 'castigar' meant to imprison - this really confused me, until I realised it meant to punish...

I am SO SO happy - I took a guess at 'to rectify', wrote 'rectificar', and IT WAS RIGHT :woo:
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(Original post by snowyowl)
I spent half the time I spent on the listening thinking that 'castigar' meant to imprison - this really confused me, until I realised it meant to punish...

I am SO SO happy - I took a guess at 'to rectify', wrote 'rectificar', and IT WAS RIGHT :woo:
Was 'castigar' on the listening audio? I can't remember hearing it, what was the question, if you can remember it? :woo:
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It was in the second question from the listening part.
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(Original post by snowyowl)
It was in the second question from the listening part.
Sorry, can you remember what it was asking?

And, did you write down your awnswers for the ticking exercise?
I got b c i j k , pretty sure they are all correct.

I've uploaded the reading sheet for anyone who might want to review it, sorry for the messy writing. :redface: :p:

http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/3101/img002p.jpg
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(Original post by common_person)
But I didn't know what that carné thing was either
Apparently it means licence... because I read it as carne, flesh, I took it as some weird idiom for getting arrested!! (not sure how I backed that one up really.....)
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(Original post by Hanoi)
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(Sorry - my phone won't let me quote you properly )

It was something like: -forgive the lack of accents, again, it's my phone-

Segun la Agencia, en que circunstancias se puede castigar a alguien? Or something like that

My answer was quite lame, I think it was 'cuando hace algo ilegal con datos personales' or something
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Oh and carne -with an accent- I assumed it meant licence - I'm guessing I was right

So, 'no me quitaron el carne' -with an accent- I put down as him saying they didn't take his licence away... I hope I was right
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^ you were
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