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Useful phrases for essays

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Useful phrases for essays

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Crime slang terms

, 13 2014 . 17:52 +
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Crime slang terms

Hobo
Scam
Canary; cooper; grass
- To grass smb; to cooper smb
"", Caper; heist
, To carve
() To chance one's arm
( ) Ice; clonck
To clutch
Con
(, ) To father (murder, robbery) on smb -
Cool it
To cough
Creep; robber
Crud
To be up in a creek; to be on the mat; to come unstuck; to be in a bind
, , To dash
, Dipsy-doodle
To drop out (of sight)
, Dropout; freak
Fatcat
(To carry) feet first
- To flake out
- To run/fall afoul of smb
To create a flap
, , Everything is galley-west
, To get off; to get on; to hit the bottom; to get high; to hop up
Ghoul
, Gimpy
, To give a going-over; to shake down
() Goofballs; balls; pills
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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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13 "conversation"

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13 "conversation"

fall into conversation -
get into conversation -
strike up conversation -
deep in conversation -
bring the conversation round to something -
turn conversation -
steer conversation -
conversation drift -
move conversation on -
stimulating conversation -
one-sided conversation -
animated conversation -
engage somebody in conversation - -
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135 typical IELTS Speaking Part One questions

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135 typical IELTS Speaking Part One questions

Admin questions

1. Can I see your (photo) ID please?/ Can I have your scorecard please?/ Please show me your passport/ Can I see some identification first?

Name
2. Can I just check your name? / Your name is _______________/ So you are_______________. Is that right?
3. Could you tell me your (full) name please?
4. Can I check out how to pronounce/ spell your name?
5. What would you like me to call you?/ What should I call you?
6. Which part is your first name?
7. So, it says here that your name is ________________ Did I pronounce that okay?
8. Would you prefer me to use your first name or your family name?
9. Is it okay if I use your first name?
10. Should I call you _____________ or ______________?
11. Do you prefer Mrs, Miss or Ms?
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Useful expressions

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Useful expressions

it's high time -
take your time -
help yourself -
pay attention - ()
draw (smb's) attention - (-)
to take a chance -
to have a rest -
to take offence -
to take a nap -
to hit the target -
to put an end to - ,
to play with fire -
to read between lines -
to take into account -
to make a point -
to jump at conclusions -
moment of silence -
in accordance with -
on account of -
in addition to -
at any rate -
on behalf of -
on the basis of -
for the benefit of -
by and large -
in charge of -
in the course of -
with the exception of -
at the expense of -
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1) come on! - ; ,
"Come on, what's on your mind?"
2) come up -
I will not be able to visit you tonight if something else comes up.
3) come up with (something) - , ,
I tried to come up with a good excuse.
4) deal with (something) - -, -
I will deal with the problem later.
5) end up (doing something or going somewhere)
- -, , ,
We ended up visiting our friend after shopping last night.
6) figure out (someone or something) - , ,
She finally figured out how to use MacBook.
7) fill in (something) -
"Please try to fill in this form without corrections."
8) find out (something) - -
The parents got furious when they found out that their son was expelled.
9) get back to (something) -
I am always happy to get back to my work after my holiday.
10) get into (something) - , -
I never get into an argument with my boss.
11) get into (somewhere) - -
I dream about getting into a good university.
12) get out of (somewhere) - , ,
"Now, let's get out of here."
13) get rid of (something) -
I want to get rid of my old computer.
14) get through (something) - -
I have to get through my reading before tomorrow.
15) go ahead - -
"Go ahead, we're all listening."
16) go on - ()
The film will probably go on for another hour.
17) go over (something) - ,
I plan to go over your task later.
18) go with (something) - -
I decided to go with cake rather than ice-cream.
19) hang out (somewhere/with someone) - -/ -,
I haven't been hanging out much lately .
20) hold on - ; ;
"Please, hold on for a moment! I have to check the lock."
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Food expressions

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Food expressions

I'm starving. - .
I could eat a horse!. - ( ).
I'm just a bit peckish. - .
Greasy spoon - ,
Nosh, grub - ,
Takeaway - ,
Starter -
Main course -
Service not included - ,
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Idioms

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Idioms


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Sleep Idioms

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Sleep Idioms


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Take VS Have

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Take VS Have


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Useful expressions

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Useful expressions


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Vocabulary: Television

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Vocabulary: Television

Cartoon
Documentary
Game show /
Reality show -
Series
Sitcom (situation comedy)
Soap opera
Sports programme
Talk show -
The news
Weather forecast

Anchor
Breaking news (, )
Commercial/ad break
Couch potato ,
Host -
Newscast ( / )
Presenter
Prime time tv ,
Remote (control) / clicker
Rerun / repeat
To zap
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I think...

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I think...


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Expressions and proverbs about knowledge

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Expressions and proverbs about knowledge

Mental food -
Food for thought -
Be very quick in -
Follow in smb's footsteps - -
Go one's own way -
An idle brain is the devil's workshop - -
Be head over ears in work -
Busy one's brains about smth - -
Stuff smb's head with smth - - -
From cover to cover -
Show promise -
A walking dictionary / encyclopedia - ,
Reap the fruits of smth - -
Under pressure - ,
Turn a deaf ear to smth - -
In (at) one ear and out (at) the other - ,
It's never late to learn -
He, who makes no mistake, makes nothing - ,
Knowledge is power - -
Better untaught than ill taught -
Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain - , ,
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Useful expressions

, 28 2014 . 11:26 +
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Useful expressions

it's high time -
take your time -
help yourself -
to take measures -
to make a decision -
to achieve results -
pay attention - ()
draw (smb's) attention - (-)
to take a chance -
to have a rest -
to take offence -
to take a nap -
to hit the target -
to read between lines -
to take into account -
to make a point -
at the world's end -
in accordance with -
on account of -
in addition to -
at any rate -
on behalf of -
on the basis of -
for the benefit of -
by and large -
in charge of -
in connection with -
in contrast to/with -
in the course of -
as early as -
with the exception of -
at the expense of -
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Phrasal Verbs

, 28 2014 . 11:27 +
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Phrasal Verbs

give in/give up = ,
call off = ;
pull through = ()
put off = (-. );
look after =
put up with = c (-. / -.), , (-.)
carry on =
look forward to = ;
break up = ( , ), ( , )
blow out = ( ),
pass out =
look up = (-. , , )
look down on = (-.),
turn into =
get away with = , ,

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