Idiom: Decir «te precipitas» en inglés

Gary Toomey nos trae esta vídeo clase de inglés para aprender este idiom tan utilizado.

Jump to conclusions – precipitarse

Jumping into something without thinking about it, or at least looking, rarely ends well. ‘To jump to conclusions’ means to make a hasty decision without taking time to analyze the facts or reflect on what they mean. Unless you have a sixth sense, it’s usually better to consider your options and think things through.

 

Don’t jump to conclusions.

Your boss is always jumping to conclusions.

You just jumped to conclusions and you were wrong.

No te precipites.

Tu jefe siempre se precipita.

Te precipitaste y no tenías
razón.

 

10/03/2017Level - difficulty 2IrelandVideo1 min