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, 03 2013 . 22:31 +
We polish the Polish furniture. ( .)

He could lead if he would get the lead out. ( , .)

A farm can produce produce. ( .)

The dump was so full it had to refuse refuse. ( , .)

The soldier decided to desert in the desert. ( .)

The present is a good time to present the present. ( , .)

At the Army base, a bass was painted on the head of a bass drum. ( .)

The dove dove into the bushes. ( .)

I did not object to the object. ( .)

The insurance for the invalid was invalid. ( .)

The bandage was wound around the wound. ( .)

There was a row among the oarsmen about how to row. ( , ).

They were too close to the door to close it. ( , )

They sent a sewer down to stitch the tear in the sewer line. ( , ).

To help with planting, the farmer taught his sow to sow ( , .)

The wind was too strong to wind the sail. ( , .)

After a number of Novocain injections, my jaw got number. ( .)

I shed a tear when I saw the tear in my clothes. ( , .)

I had to subject the subject to a series of tests. ( .)

How can I intimate this to my most intimate friend? ( ?)

I spent last evening evening out a pile of dirt. ( , ).


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, 07 2013 . 12:59 +


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, 12 2013 . 21:34 +
Abdomen -
Ankle -
Armpit -
Arteries -
Back -
Backbone -
Belly, tummy; stomach -
Big toe - ( )
Bile/gall -
Bladder -
Blood -
Bone -
Bone marrow -
Brain -
Buttocks -
Calf - ()
Cartilage -
Cheek -
Cheek bone -
Chest, breast; bosom, bust -
Chin -
Clap hands -
Collarbone -
Ear -
Earlobe -
Elbow -
Embryo/germ/nucleus -
Esophagus -
Eye -
Eyebrow -
Eyelash -
Eyelid -
Face -
Finger - ( )
Finger nail - ( )
Fist -
Foot (feet) - ()
Forearm -
Forehead, brow -
Gallbladder -
Gland -
Groin -
Hair -
Hand / left and right - (, )
Head -
Heart -
Heel -
Hip-bone/pelvis -
Hips, thigh -
Index finger -
Iris -
Jaw -
Joint -
Kidneys -
Knee -
Kneecap -
Knuckle -
Large intestine -
Larynx -
Leg - ( )
Lile duct -
Lip -
Little finger - ( )
Little toe - ( )
Liver -
Lungs -
Lymph-gland -
Lymphatic vessels -
Middle finger -
Moustache -
Mouth -
Mucouse membrane -
Muscle -
Muscle - ,
Neck -
Nod -
Nose -
Nostril -
Palm -
Pancreas -
Point - ()
Punch -
Pupil -
Ring finger -
Scar -
Shin -
Shoulder -
Sinew/tendon - ,
Skin -
Skull -
Small intestine -
Sperm/jims/scum/spunk -
Spinal cord -
Stomach -
Temple -
Throat -
Thumb - ( )
Toe - ( )
Toenail - ( )
Tongue -
Tooth (teeth) - ()
Veins -
Vessel -
Waist -
Windpipe -
Wrist -


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, 25 2013 . 23:48 +
.

layabout ,
doormat (, )
wet blanket
big mouth -
pushover ( ), , ,
slob
twit ,
spoilsport ,
fatso
nerd ,
prat
lazy slob -
scumbag ;
swot
dork ; ;
tomboy
old bag/old cow -
double-bagger ( , 2 (bag): , )


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, 27 2013 . 16:53 +
- . . .

"to vodka"

1. -, , :
1.1. (Indefinite), .. , ,
1.2. (Continuous), .. ,
1.3. (Perfect), .. , .

2. -, :
2.1. (Present) - ,
2.2. (Past) - ,
2.3. (Future) - , : , ..

3. .

3.1. Present:
3.1.1. Present Indefinite ( ), . .
I vodka every day. - .
every day : usually, seldom, often,
from time to time, from melkaya posuda, bolshimi glotkami.
3.1.2. Present Continuous ( ):
I am vodking now. - .

:
He is constantly vodking! - !
3.1.3. Present Perfect ( ):
I have already vodked. - . (
)
3.1.4. Present Perfect Continuous ( -):
I have been vodking since childhood.
- ( inclusive).
- , ( exclusive).

3.2. Past :
3.2.1. Past Indefinite ( ):
I vodked yesterday. - .
( 3.1.3., ).
3.2.2. Past Continuous ( ):
,
3.2.1
- Unfortunately, I was vodking at the moment my wife came.
- , , .
3.2.3. Past Perfect ( ):
, .
- I had already vodked when my wife came.
- , .
3.2.4. Past Perfect Continuous ( -):
- I had been vodking for about a month when my wife came.
- , .

3.3. Future :
3.3.1. Future Indefinite ( ):
I will vodka tomorrow. - .
:
(.. )
3.3.1. 3.1.1.:
- If I vodka tomorrow I will be sick the day after tomorrow.
- , .
3.3.2. Future Continuous ( ):
I will be vodking tomorrow at 5. -
5.
:
3.3.1. 3.3.2. :
- Soon! Soon I will be vodking!
- ! !
3.3.3. Future Perfect ( ):

- Tomorrow by 5 o'clock I will have vodked.
- .
3.3.4. Future Perfect Continuous ( -):
- By tomorrow morning I will have been vodking for a week.
- .

1.
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, 27 2013 . 17:12 +
balalaika
banjo
baritone
bass
bassoon
baton
castanets
chorus
clarinet
classical music
composer
concert
concert hall ,
concert of chamber music
concert of classical music
concert of folk music
conductor
contralto
cornet
cymbals
drum
duet
flute
folk-song
gong
grand piano
guitar
harp
hautboy
horn ,
jazz
lyrics
mandolin / mandoline
mass singing
melody
mezzo-soprano -
mixed chorus
music
musical
musical instrument
musician
orchestra
performer
piano
quartet
quintet
rhythm
septet
sextet
singing
solo
soloist
sonata
song
soprano
symphony
tenor
trio
trombone
trumpet
tune ,
tuning fork
violin
waltz

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, 30 2013 . 11:01 +
Everything's cool - ;
I couldn't care less - ;
I had a complete fit - ;
I haven't got a care in the world - ;
I'm having a really peachy time - ;
I'm on cloud nine - ;
I'm really buzzing - ;
I'm totally over the moon - ;
I'm walking on air - ;
I've had the week from hell - ;
She blew her top - ;
She threw a wobbly - ;
The fur's been flying - ;
There's a bad vibe round here - ;
We've made it up - .


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, 01 2013 . 20:28 +


1.
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, 21 2013 . 15:41 +
, "" " " -: "Hello" "Goodbye".

1. , . :
"Hello", "Hi", "Hello there"("")
"Hi there" (""),
"Hey, how are you doing?" (", ?"),
"What's up?"(" ?"),
"How's it going?"(" ? ?"),
"Wow, it's good to see you" (" , !").

" ", :
"Hi there, hey how are you doing?" (", ?"),
"Hello, how have you been?" (", ?"),
"It's good to see you, how's life been treating you?" (" , ?").

2. , , : "Good to meet you", "It's nice to meet you", "It's a pleasure to meet you". " ".

, :
"Oh my God, it's you!"(" , !");
"Aahh, where have you been?" (", ?);
"My goodness, long time no speak" ( , ");
"Wow, it's so good to see you again!" ( , !");
"Is it really you? Where did we last meet?" (" ? ?");
"Wow, as I live and breathe, it's my best friend from school" (" , , .").

3. , , .
, , . :
"Hi, sorry I can't stop" (", , ");
"Oh hi there, look I'm a bit pushed for time. Here's my mobile phone number. Give me a call sometime" (", , , . . -");
"Hello there. I'm on my way to work. Maybe catch you with again soon" (". . - ");
"Hey, I would love to stop and chat, but I really have to dash" (", , ").

4. , , :
"Hello, how's the family?" (", ?"),
"Hello, how's your wife doing?" (", ?"),
"Hello, how are the kids?" (", ?").

5. :
"Bye", "Bye-bye", "See you"(),"So long" ( ),
"Ciao", "Later" ( ),
"Cheerio" ( ),
"See you around" (),
"Farewell" ( ), "See you again" (),"Catch you later" (/ ).


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, 07 2013 . 23:50 +
3QUTe1dV8bQ (519x604, 98Kb)
: [dɪ'pɑːtmənt stɔː] , ['menzˌwe(ə)r] , ['wiminzˌwe(ə)r] , ['lænʒ(ə)rɪ ] () , ['bjuːtɪ] , ['pɜːfjuːm] , [bed ənd bɑːθ] , [həum 'fɜːnɪʃɪŋz] , ['nəuʃ(ə)nz] , ['kɪʧɪnwɛə] , ['ʧaɪnə] , [ɪˌlek'trɔnɪks ], [ˌelek'trɔnɪks] , ['laɪtnɪŋ] , ['spɔːtɪŋ gudz] , [tɔɪz] , ['steɪʃ(ə)n(ə)rɪ] , ['grəus(ə)rɪz] ,


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, 07 2013 . 23:52 +


besides the house
among us
between the houses
by the window
at the door
round the table
far from the house
beyond the river
in front of our office
opposite my house
behind me
adove my head
over the table
under the bed
below the ground
in the school
inside the house
outside the house
on the table
on the wall



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SMS in English

, 07 2013 . 00:00 +

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, 07 2013 . 00:12 +


1. () - move
2. () - stop
3. / - go
4. () - roll
5. - slide
6. () - turn
7. - bend
8. - wave
9. () - shake
10. - swing
11. - fly
12. - creep
13. - swim
14. - rotate
15. - ski
16. - skate



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, 07 2013 . 00:15 +
She sells sea shells at the sea shore, the shells she sells are the sea-shore shells, Im sure.
: ; , ,

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
: , ?

William always wears a very warm woolen vest in winter. Victor, however, will never wear woolen underwear even in the Wild Wild West.
. , , .

Can you imagine an imaginary menagerie manager managing an imaginary menagerie?
: , ?

Good blood, bad blood.
: , . ( , .)

Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisier noise annoys an oyster most.
: , .

She stood on the balcony inexplicably mimicking him hiccupping, and amicably welcoming him home.
: , .

We'll weather the weather, whatever the weather, whether we like it or not."
: , , .


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, 07 2013 . 00:46 +

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, 07 2013 . 00:56 +
Part 1:

Synonyms Antonyms

1) accurate inaccurate
/ /
2) active, energetic inactive, passive
, ,
3)attentive inattentive

4) awful, terrible great, excellent, wonderful
,
5) awkward, clumsy skillful (BrE: skilful)
,
6) beautiful, attractive, good-looking, pretty ugly
, , ,
7) best worst

8) big, large little, small

9) bold, confident timid, shy
, ,
10) brave, bold afraid,frightened
,



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, 11 2013 . 17:52 +

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, 11 2013 . 18:01 +
be in for it -
carry / gain one's point -
do well -
get a grip on smth -
go up in smoke -
golden opportunity -
good for nothing -
good fortune -
Good job! - , !
It could have been worse -
It was a great fun -
It was a success -
It was no fun -
make a fortune -
make good - -
Next time lucky -
on the nose -
Shit happens - .
Sink or swim -
stand a chance -
take a chance that - ,
That'll do -
That's the way to do it -
Things happen -
What a pity! - !


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, 20 2013 . 10:20 +
:
Financial Times - ft.com/intl/world/uk
Times - thetimes.co.uk/tto/news
Telegraph - telegraph.co.uk
the Guardian - guardian.co.uk
METRO - metro.co.uk/news
Mirror - mirror.co.uk
the Sun - thesun.co.uk
The SundayTimes - thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto

:
The New York Times - nytimes.com
The Wall Street Journal - europe.wsj.com/home-page
The Washington Post - washingtonpost.com
Los Angeles Times - latimes.com

Tabloids:
USA Today - usatoday.com
New York Daily
News - nydailynews.com
NewYork Post - nypost.com
Chicago Sun-Times - suntimes.com/index.html
Houston Chronicle - chron.com
:
Scholastic News . teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/indepth/index.asp

:
National Post - nationalpost.com/index.html
The Vancouver Sun - vancouversun.com/index.html
Ottawa Citizen - ottawacitizen.com/index.html
TimesColonist - timescolonist.com/index.html
TheChronicleHerald - thechronicleherald.ca
CalgaryGerald - calgaryherald.com/index.html
WinniepegFreePress - winnipegfreepress.com

:
The Australian - theaustralian.com.au
News.com.au
The Sydney Morning Herald - smh.com.au
TheWestAustralian - au.news.yahoo.com/thewest

:
NewZealandHerald - nzherald.co.nz
Stuff - stuff.co.nz
Local Matters - localmatters.co.nz
Migrant News - migrantnews.co.nz
The National Business Review - nbr.co.nz


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