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, 17 2014 . 13:03 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



It goes without saying -
Eat one's words -
Enough of it -
Go into details -
I don't care -
I have no idea -
I mean it! -
I wish I knew - !
It doesn't matter -
It doesn't make sense -
It doesn't prove a thing -
It' s none of your business -
It's all the same to me -
It's beside the point -
It's new to me -
It's out of place -
It's up to you -
It's waste of time -
Let's clear it up - .
Let's drop the subject -
Mind one's own business -
So what? - ?
That's not the point -
That's very well, but - , .
Use your own judgement -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - !
What for? - ?
What of it? - ?
You can take it from me -
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, 17 2014 . 12:58 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



1. drill [drɪl]
2. chainsaw [ˈʧeɪnsɔː]
3. nail [neɪl]
4. saw [sɔː]
5. drill bit [drɪl bɪt]
6. hammer [ˈhæmə]
7. screw [skruː] , , , ,
8. screwdriver [ˈskruːdraɪvə] ,
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, 17 2014 . 12:57 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Expressions with open


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, 12 2014 . 08:56 +
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.

 

 






 
 
( ) 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 


 

  

   (I, me, you, he, him, she, her, it, we, us, you, they, them)

   (my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its, our, ours, your, yours, their, theirs)

-   (myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, oneself, ourselves .)

   (each other, one another)

   (this, these, that, those, such, the same, it)

   (who, whom, what, which, whose)

   (who, whom, what, which, whose, that)

   (no, none, neither, no one, nobody, nothing)

   (some, any, somebody, someone, something, anybody, anyone, anything, one)

   (all, both, either, each, every, everybody, everyone, everything, other, another)  

  (many, much, few, little, a few, a little, several)

, .   
.

.   

 

The Present Indefinite (Simple)   
To be to have (got)    
The Present Continuous   
to be going to   
, Continuous 
The Present Perfect   
Present Perfect Past Indefinite   
The Present Perfect Continuous   

The Past Indefinite (Simple)
The Past Continuous
The Past Perfect
The Past Perfect Continuous 

 

The Future Indefinite (Simple)  
The Future Continuous  
The Future Perfect  
The Future Perfect Continuous 
The Future in the Past 

   

Passive
 
   
Passive 

 
;  
 
;   

; .   

: can, may, must, ought (to)  
: to have (to), to be (to)  
: shall, should, will, would, need, dare  

 

 
 
  
for  
 

 
  
 

Present Participle Simple  
Present Participle Perfect  
Past Participle (Participle II) 
 
  
 

 
 
 
 

   

    
   
  

, .    

 


 

there is 



 
 
 

 ( .)

 
 

 
 
 

 

  

 

 

  
  
 
  
  
 
 

   

     

 

- .



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, 12 2014 . 08:50 +
legat2010 [ + !]



" ", " ", " " . : , " 25 ", , , - , , , .

? :

...


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, 12 2014 . 08:48 +
secret_girl_ [ + !]

242

, , - 2009 . – 242 : Business English.



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, 12 2014 . 08:47 +
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5283370_Chastoispolzyemie_frazovie_glagoli_na_angliiskom (604x453, 161Kb)
1) come on! - ; ,
"Come on, what's on your mind?"
...


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, 09 2014 . 15:11 +
_ [ + !]

.

By the way. - .
A drop in the bucket -
And so on and so forth - .. ..
As drunk as a lord -
As I said before. - ..
As innocent as a babe unborn -
As sure as eggs is eggs -
As to... (As for.) - .
Believe it or not, but - ,
Did I get you right? - ?
Don't mention it -
Don't take it to heart -
Forgive me, please, I meant well. - ,
He is not a man to be trifled with -
I am afraid you are wrong - ,
I didn't catch the last word -
I mean it -
I was not attending -
If I am not mistaken -
If I remember rightly -
In other words. -
In short. -
It does you credit -
It doesn't matter -
It is a good idea -
It is new to me -
Let us hope for the best -
May I ask you a question? - ?
Mind your own business -
Most likely -
Neither here nor there - ,
Next time lucky -
Nothing much -
Oh, that. That explains it -
On the one hand . -
On the other hand . -
Say it again, please - ,
That's where the trouble lies - !
Things happen -
What do you mean by saying it? - ?
What is the matter? - ?
Where were we? - ?
You were saying? - - ?
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, 09 2014 . 09:32 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



1.
Dear Sirs, Dear Sir or Madam ( )
Dear Mr, Mrs, Miss or Ms ( ; Ms, "Mrs or Miss")
Dear Frank, ( )

2. , .
Thank you for your e-mail of (date). ()
Further to your last e-mail. .
I apologise for not getting in contact with you before now. , .
Thank you for your letter of the 5th of March. 5
With reference to your letter of 23rd March 23
With reference to your advertisement in "The Times"

3.
I am writing to enquire about , .
I am writing to apologise for , .
I am writing to confirm , .
I am writing in connection with .
We would like to point out that. ...

4.
Could you possibly. .
I would be grateful if you could . , ...
I would like to receive ..
Please could you send me. .

5. .
I would be delighted to . ...
I would be happy to .
I would be glad to .

6.
Unfortunately . .
I am afraid that . , .
I am sorry to inform you that , .
We regret to inform you that. , .

7.
We are pleased to enclose ... .
Attached you will find ... ...
We enclose ... .
Please find attached (for e-mails) .

8. .
Thank you for your letter of
Thank you for enquiring .
We would like to thank you for your letter of ... .

9. .
We would also like to inform you ... .
Regarding your question about ... .
In answer to your question (enquiry) about ... .
I also wonder if. .

10. .
I am a little unsure about. .
I do not fully understand what. .
Could you possibly explain. .

11.
I'm writing to let you know that. , .
We are able to confirm to you. .
I am delighted to tell you that. .
We regret to inform you that. , .

12.
Would you like me to.? ().?
If you wish, I would be happy to. , .
Let me know whether you would like me to. , .

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, 03 2014 . 10:16 +
[ + !]

16 !!!

  ,  16

...


(0)

, 30 2014 . 16:44 +
MissKcu [ + !]




- "", . , . , . 
: . , .

! .

accept /əkˈsept / –  
address /əˈdres / – 
advise /ədˈvaɪz / – 
announce /əˈnaʊns / –  
answer, reply / ɑːnsə, rɪˈplaɪ/ – 
apologize /əˈpɒlədʒaɪz / –  
be acquainted /bi əˈkweɪntɪd / – 
bribe /braɪb / – 
cause losses /kɔːz ˈlɒsɪz / – 
contribute /kənˈtrɪbjuːt / –  /  
convict / kənˈvɪkt/ – 
demand /dɪˈmɑːnd / – 
greet /ɡriːt / – 
hire /ˈhaɪə / – 
lease /liːs / – 
punish /ˈpʌnɪʃ / – 
shake hands /ʃeɪk hændz / – 


, , . , , .

to be fond of – - 
Yagitch was delighted with him, and blessed him as a worthy successor, as Derchavin blessed Pushkin; he appeared to be fond of him. – , , , -, . 

to be disappointed/satisfied with – / -
I was very disappointed with myself. – .

apply for – , ( )
I would like to apply for the position –  

dream about/of –
And that's a good thing because in order to make anything a reality, you have to dream about it first. – , , - , . 

insist on –  
And he insisted on beautiful music. – . 


 

- . , , , , . , ( ), , ( , ). , , .

( : ; ), . , ..  what / which / what kind / whose? ( / / ?) ,

air mass 

ocean current 


? ?

TOLL-FREE TELEPHONE CALLS –

Simon:Hi,Jack.It’s nice to see you. How are you? 
,. . ?

Jack:(his American friend).I’m fine. I,m glad to see you. 
-. .

Simon: Do you have a couple of spare minutes? 
- ?

Jack: Of course,I do. 
-.

Simon: Couldn’t you explain to me what these «800″ telephone numbers mean? 
- , (), «800″?

Jack: That’s very simple,Simon.Numerous telephone numbers -mostly related to businesses or governmental of fices -are «800″ numbers.These numbers pro- vide free customer service. In many other cases ,companies are interested in getting new customers. If you dial an «800″ number,your party will pay the bill. 
- , . - , - «800″. , . . «800″, .

Simon: I see.I appreciate your explanation, Jack.Next time I’ll try to make use of these toll-free numbers. 
-. , .

Jack: Don’t forget to dial:1-800-telephone number.Good luck. 
1-800 . .

 



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, 26 2014 . 14:02 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Widely Spoken Languages

, 6 , 90% !:)

, , , , :)

!

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, 26 2014 . 14:01 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



At the hotel -

Can I help you? ?
Id like to check in. .
I have a reservation. .
Your room is ready. .
Is it possible to see the room? ?
Yes, Ill take it. , .
What time is checkout? ?

On the street -

Where is the nearest bus stop? ?
Where can I find the subway / underground? ?
How can I get to ? ?
How far is it? ?
How long does it take to get there? ?
Which bus goes to ? ?
When does the next bus leave? ?
Where is the tourist information center? ?
How much does a ticket cost? ?
I need a guide who speaks Russian. , -.
Where do we meet? ?
Can you take a photo of us? ?
Is there a discount for students? ?
May I use the toilet? ?
Where is the currency exchange? ?
What is worth visiting? ?
Do you have a map of the city? ?
Is this seat free? ?
Dont push
When are you coming back? ?
In 20 min. 20

At the airport -

May I see your passport / visa? , / .
Whats the purpose of your visit? ?
Please open your bags. , .
Do you have any items to declare? , ?
Delay on the flight is due to adverse weather conditions. .
Flight is boarding. .
You have to fill in this
- landing card
- immigration form
- customs declaration form .

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, 26 2014 . 14:00 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]




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, 23 2014 . 22:10 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

25

By the way - .
And so on and so forth - .. ..
Believe it or not, but - ,
Did I get you right? - ?
Don't mention it -
Don't take it to heart -
I am afraid you are wrong - ,
I didn't catch the last word -
I mean it -
If I am not mistaken -
If I remember rightly -
In other words -
It doesn't matter -
It is a good idea -
It is new to me -
Let us hope for the best -
May I ask you a question? - ?
Most likely -
Neither here nor there - ,
On the one hand . -
On the other hand . -
Say it again, please - ,
What do you mean by saying it? - ?
What is the matter? - ?
Where were we? - ?

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, 16 2014 . 19:33 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

Excellent! !
Perfect! !
Brilliant! !

Fantastic! !
Magnificent! !
Superb! !

Youre doing great! !
Keep it up! !
Thats better than ever! , !

Well done! !
Good job! !
Way to go! ! !

I like that! !
Very good! !
Good for you! !

Great you are! !
Thats nice. .
Thats right. .
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, 11 2014 . 21:35 +
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* , . . P.S.

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1)WordSteps.com - .
2) lang-8.com/ - , ,
3) sharedtalk.com/ - !
4) langled.com/home.php - ( , )
5) www.englishbaby.com/ - , , , lessons
6) www.interpals.net/ -
7) livemocha.com/ -
8) http://www.busuu.com/ru

YouTube :
1) www.youtube.com/user/MinooAngloLink -
2) www.youtube.com/user/dailydictation - . .
3) www.youtube.com/user/duncaninchina -

:
1) www.manythings.org/ - , . TESL / TEFL. ( ), , .
2) engblog.ru/ - ,
3) www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/language/ - ,
4) www.amalgama-lab.com/ -


http://www.better-english.com/exerciselist.htm 250 : , . .

http://dictionary.cambridge.org - (Learner's, Advanced Learner's, American English, Idioms, Phrasal Verbs).

http://a4esl.org/q/h
: , , , . .

http://www.linguarama.com/ps/index.html .

http://www.worldwidewords.org

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http://www.wordorigins.org .

http://learnamericanenglishonline.com/
. . .

http://www.dictionary.com . , , .

http://www.onelook.com .
130 -. .

http://www.edufind.com/english/practice/test-ces.html
. 80 .


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, 10 2014 . 17:17 +
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, . . , , , , .

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, 06 2014 . 13:16 +
Surge_Blavat [ + !]



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, 27 2014 . 21:52 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

6 ways to use "get"

"to get" .

, , .

6 "get":)

Get+adjective()

get divorced -
get angry -
get married -
get lost -

Get+comparative( )

get older -
get worse -
get better -

Get=buy/obtain(, )

get a flat -
get a job -

Get+preposition=phrasal verbs ( )

get on well with someone - -
get up -
get out - ,

Get=arrive - ,

get to work -
get to school -
get home -

Get=receive -

get a salary -
get a letter -
get an e-mail -

P.S. What does this expression mean?:)

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