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1) Ace = "" , , ..
"Somebody said you aced the test, Dave. That's great!"
"- , "" , . !"

2) And then some = , :
"I'd guess your trip to Canada cost about $2,000."
" , ".
"It cost that much and then some because I took my little sister with me."
" , .

3) Antsy = .
"I can't wait until my exam results are announced. Waiting is making me antsy."
" , . ."

4) As easy as pie = , .
"I had always been good at maths, and solving that problem was as easy as pie for me."
" , ".

5) At the eleventh hour = , .
"We arrived at the station at the eleventh hour, but we managed to catch the 5:40".
" , - 5:40"

6) Deadpan = ,
The news was really shocking but she was sitting still deadpan. - , , .

7) Drop a line - , ( ): Well, and if you have a time, please, drop me a line. - , .

8) Leg work - "----..."

9) Full of beans =
Full of beans we came home. - .

10) Monkey business = :
Too many monkey business going on in this affair! You better watch out whom you deal with! - - ! , !

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Air sickness bag -
Airoport -
Airplane -
Aisle -
Aisle seat -
Armrest -
Arrival and departure monitor -
Baggage carousel -
Baggage claim area - a
Baggage claim check -
Boarding pass -
Cabin -
Call button - a
Cargo door -
Carry-on bag -
Check-in counter -
Co-pilot -
Cockpit -
Concession stand/snack bar -
Control tower -
Customs -
Customs declaration form -
Duty-free shop -
Emergency exit -
Emergency instruction card -
Fasten Seat Belt sign - " "
First-class section -
Flight attendant -
Flight engineer -
Fuselage -
Galley -
Garment bag -
Gate - /
Gift shop -
Immigration officer - c
Instrument panel - -
Landing gear -
Lavatory -
Life vest -
Luggage carrier -
Metal detector -
Middle seat -
No Smoking sign - " "
Overhead compartment -
Oxygen mask -
Passport -
Pilot/captain -
Runway - -
Seat belt -
Seat pocket -
Security checkpoint - -
Security guard -
Suitcase -
Tail -
Terminal -
Ticket -
Ticket agent -
Ticket counter -
Tray -
Visa -
Waiting area - a
Window seat -
Wing -
X-ray machine -

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(, , ). -, , .

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1. engineeringtv.com

2. youtube.com/user/engineeringforchange - -

3. ocw.mit.edu/index.htm - MIT

4. edx.org -

5. engineering-dictionary.org -

6. ru.scribd.com/doc/21202729/Technical-English-Vocabula.. - Technical English Vocabulary and Grammar. Intermediate.

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1. learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video/Technology -

2. webcast.berkeley.edu/series.html#c ,d,Engineering - Berkley, California

3. oid.ucla.edu/webcasts - UCLA, California. .

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1. http://www.youtube.com/education?category=University/Engineering-

2. http://www.youtube.com/education?category=University/Engineering-

3. http://www.youtube.com/education?category=University/Engineering -

4. http://www.youtube.com/education?category=University/Engineering -

5. http://www.youtube.com/education?category=University/Engineering -

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1. nytimes.com/pages/technology/index.html

2. machinedesign.com

3. sciencedaily.com/news/computers_math

4. engineeringforchange.org

5. genengnews.com

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1. TECH TALK (Oxford University Press)

2.Technical English (David Bonamy)


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black -
jet-black -
dark -
brown -
auburn [ 'ɔ:bən ] - -
fair -
blond -
golden -
red -
reddish -
grey -
grizzling / grizzled - /
ash-blonde - ( )
crisp -
waved -
curled -
curly -
land / straight -
thick -
abundant -
scanty / thin -
short -
sleek / smooth -
silky -
luxuriant [ lʌg'ʒjuəriənt ] -
rumpled -
disheveled -
long -
dyed -
bobbed / shingled -
bald / bald-headed -
braids / plaits -
lock / curl / ringlet - ,
forelock -
brunette -
blond(e) - ,


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all shook up ,
acid head
bobby, copper, blue boy, cops -
to crank it on
big daddy - " ",
booz - , ""
bonehead - , , .
blunder - , , , " "
chickenshit -
duck soup - ,
fag, faggot, faggy ,
fall flat - ,
get a screw loose-
eyepopper - ( -) , , ( ) .
go bananas : go mad , ( ), .
idiot box
high - ,
junked up
Blow a fuse -
to scare the hell out of somebody - -
loony == loonie - , "".
shake a leg - ,
monkey business -
kick back - ,
jailbait - , ( )
hot red - , , , , .


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Now you have really pissed me off, asshole! - , .
You are filthy bastard! - ! ( !)
Bone factorys the right place for you! - !
Dont be such a knockhead! - !
Get out of here! - !
Give him a knuckle sandwich! - !
Go chase yourself! - , !
Go to blazes! - !
Go to hell with all your blankety - !
Go to soak yourself! - !
I crap on what you say! - !
Ill blow your brains out! - !
Ill kick in your guts. - .
Ill make a hamburger out of you. - .
Ill pin your ears back another time! - !
Ill sooth you in no time, you creep! - , !
Shut up your trap! - !
Stop bugging me! - !
Stop chapping me! - !
Youre a real rattlebrain! - !
Youre a worm, man! - , !
Youre like a pain in the neck. - .
Youre so soft! -
Youve snapped? - , ?


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Furniture ['fɜːnɪʧə] ,

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[ʧɛə] - , [ˌɑːm'ʧɛə] - , ['rɔkɪŋˌʧɛə] - -, [kɑ: si:t] - , [stu:l] - , , ['(h)wi:lʧɛə] - -, , ['səufə, kauʧ, se'ti:] - , , [rɪ'klaɪnə] - , ['kuʃ(ə)n] - , [ˌʃeɪz'lɔŋ] - , ['swɪv(ə)l ʧɛə] - , ['dekʧɛə] - , [dɪ'rektəs ʧɛə] - , ['launʤə] - , [benʧ] - , ['haɪˌʧɛə] - .


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['hæpɪ] / / , [ɪk'saɪtɪd], [ek'saɪtɪd] / , [praud] , [ɪm'bærəst], [em'bærəst] , [sæd] / , ['æŋgrɪ] , [hɜːt] , [lʌvd] , [ə'freɪd] , ['sɔrɪ] / , ['sɪlɪ] / , ['wʌrɪd] / , [ʃaɪ] / , [sə'praɪzd] .


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eat one's words -
Enough of it -
go into details -
I dont care -
I have no idea -
I mean it! -
I wish I knew - !
It doesnt matter -
It doesn't make sense -
It doesn't prove a thing -
It' s none of your business -
It's a lie -
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 -
no matter -
point of view -
pro and con -
say one's say -
side against -
So what? - ?
speak one's mind -
stand one's ground -
stand to reason - ,
take a side -
take a stand -
take into account -
That's not the point -
That's very well, but - ,
to one's face - ( )
up against -
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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-, -, - :

Arty-farty
Boogie-woogie -
Chick-flick
Chock-a-block
Eency-weency (incy-wincy)
Fuddy-duddy ;
Fuzzy-wuzzy sl.
Hanky-panky , , ; , ,
Harum-scarum ,
Heebie-jeebies ;
Helter-skelter , ; , -
Higgledy-piggledy , , -
Hob-nob ,
Hocus-pocus -
Hodge-podge ,
Hoity-toity : Oh hoity-toity, are we? , !
Hokey-pokey -;
Hubble-bubble , ; , ;
Hugger-mugger ,
Hurly-burly ,
Itsy-bitsy/itty-bitty
Jeepers-creepers !
Lardy-dardy
Lovey-dovey ,
Mumbo-jumbo ,
Namby-pamby ;
Nitty-gritty ; ,
Okey-dokey OK
Pell-mell , ;
Raggle-taggle ; ,
Razzle-dazzle ; ;
Rumpy-pumpy
Shilly-shally ,
Teenie-weenie , ,
Topsy-turvy , -
Walkie-talkie "-",
Willy-nilly -


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Prepositions. .

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▶ To/At
At tells where an object or subject is while to refers to another location. For example:
We arrived at the station.
Mary returned to the store.

▶ For/Since
For measures time while since refers to a specific period. For example,
He has been traveling for five years.
Hes been with the company since it was established.

▶ Dates and Times
Use in or for with general measurements and on or at for specific dates. For example:
Muriel has a meeting in the morning.
The term paper is due at 8:00 AM on the 5th.
Seasons, Months and Holidays

▶ Specific days require the preposition on or for while general measurements call for the proposition in. For example:
The whole family loves to go sailing in the springtime.
Are you going to the barbecue on the 4th of July?

▶ Quantities
About, around and up to are used to create approximate quantifications.

▶ Regions
In refers to geographic regions, continents, counties and towns.

▶ Roads and Streets
When referring to a street or road, on is the word of choice. For example:
Theres a bank on Birch Street.

▶ Specific Places
At refers to specific places and addresses. For example:
The Andersons live at 144 Byrd Lane.

▶ Phrases
Phrases that require a preposition, include:
Afraid of
Love of
Concern for
Study for
Worry about, etc.

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10Qthank you ()
143I love you ( )
4QF*** You
53XSex
A/S/L/PAge/Sex/Location/Picture ( // / )
A3Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime ( , , )
ADRAddress ()
AEAPAs Early As Possible ( )
AFKAway From Keyboard ( )
ASAPAs Soon As Possible ( )
AightAll right ( )
AITRAdult In The Room ( )
ALAPAs Late As Possible ( )
ALTGAct Locally, Think Globally ( , )
ASLAge/Sex/Location ( / / )
B&FBack and Forth ( )
B/CBecause ( )
B4Before ()
B4NBye For Now ()
B4UBefore You ( )
BI5Back In Five ( 5 )
BONBelieve it Or Not ( )
BRBBe Right Back ( )
BRTBe Right There ( )
BZBusy ()
CD9Code 9 it means parents are around ( 9 - , )
CTCant Talk ( )
CTACall To Action ( )
CTOCheck This Out ( )
CUL8RSee You Later ( )
CYCalm Yourself ()
CYECheck your Email ( )
CYLSee You Later ( )
CYMCheck Your Mail ( )
CYOSee You Online ( )
CYTSee You Tomorrow ( )
D&MDeep & Meaningful ( )
d/cDisconnected ()
FTFFace to face (" " - )
G2BGoing to bed ( )
G2G Got to go ( )
GBHGreat big hug ( )
GBYGod bless you ( )
GLGood luck ()
H&KHug and kiss ( )
HANDHave a nice day ( )
HOASHold on a second ( )
J/KJust kidding ()
KMAKiss my ass ( )
LOLLaughing out loud ( )
M/F Male or Female ( ?)
OICOh, I see ( )
P@H or PAHParents at home ( )
PALParents Are Listening ( )
PAWParents are watching ( )
PLZPlease ()
RU/18Are You Over 18? ( 18?)
SRYSorry ()
SYSSee you soon ( )
W8AMWait a minute ( )
WAY or WAUWhat about you ( )
WBSWrite back soon ( )
WBWelcome back ( , )
WPWrong person ( )
WTFWhat The F*** ( )
WUWhats up? ( ?)
YLYoung lady ( )
=w=Whatever (, -)
*G*Giggle or grin ( )
*H*Hug ()
*K* Kiss ()
*S* Smile ()
*T*Tickle ()
*W*Wink ()

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, , : very very much? , (big, good, bad, funny, tired).
, Its a very interesting book. I was very tired.

(extreme or strong adjectives), . , big huge, good excellent, bad terrible. . very (intensifying adverbs): highly, extremely, absolutely, deeply, bitterly, strongly, ridiculously. , .

HIGHLY (, , )
EXTREMELY (, )
, / . highly controversial, , (e.g. effective, successful).

ABSOLUTELY (, )
UTTERLY /ˈʌtɚli/ (, )
, utterly , , very, , exhausted (very tired , ; ) hilarious (very funny , ). , absolutely / utterly exhausted / hilarious, tired funny very. , absolutely / utterly tired very exhausted. , (e.g. utterly devastated).

DEEPLY (, , )
, , , , . , .

BITTERLY (, , )
, : , , (disappointed, regret, cry) / (resent, complain). deeply , .

STRONGLY (, , )
, -. , We strongly recommend that you think your decision over.

RIDICULOUSLY (, , )
, , -, .

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air conditioner [eə][kən'dɪʃənər] -
air-bag [eə][bæg] -
arm rest [ɑ:m][rest] -
back seat [bæk][si:t] -
boot [bu:t] -
brake [breık] -
brake lights [breık][laıts] - -
brakes [breıks] -
breakdown van ['breɪkdaʋn][væn] -
buckle ['bʌkl] -
buckle up ['bʌkl][ʌp] -
bumper ['bʌmpə] -
caravan ['kærəvæn] - ,
clutch [klʌʧ] -
cowl [kaul] -
diesel ['di:zəl] -
door handle [dɔ:]['hændl] -
driver's license ['draɪvə's ]['laısəns] -
driver's seat ['draɪvə's ][si:t] -
driving license ['draıvıŋ]['laısəns] -
engine ['enʤın] -
fender bender ['fendə][,bendə] -
filling station ['fılıŋ]['steıʃən] -
first gear [fə:st][gıə] -
fix [fıks] -
flat tyre [flæt]['taıə] -
freeway ['friːweɪ] - , ,
fuel [fjuəl] -
garage ['gærɑ:ʒ] -
gas [gæs] -
gas gauge [gæs][geıʤ] -
gas pedal [gæs]['pedl] -
gas station [gæs]['steıʃən] -
gas tank door [gæs][tæŋk][dɔ -
gasoline ['gæsəuli:n] -
gear lever [gıə]['li:və] -
gear shift [gıə][ʃıft] - ,
gear stick [gıə][stık] -
glove compartment [glʌv][kəm'pɑ:tmənt] -
handbrake ['hæn(d)breɪk] -
head light [hed][laıt] -
high beam [haı][bi:m] -
horn [hɔ:n] - -
ignition key [ıg'nıʃən][ki -
ignition switch [ıg'nıʃən][swıʧ] -
indicator ['ındıkeıtə] - -
indicator switch ['ındıkeıtə][swıʧ] -
jack [ʤæk] -
jump start [ʤʌmp][stɑ:t] - "", ""
lens [lenz] -
license plate ['laısəns][pleıt] -
license plate number ['laısəns][pleıt]['nʌmbə] -
lock [lɔk] - , ,
low beam [ləu][bi:m] -
miles per hour [maıls][pə:]['auə] -
moonroof [muːnruːf] -
motor ['məutə] -
motorway ['məutəweɪ] -
neutral ['nju:trəl] -
number plate ['nʌmbə][pleıt] -
oil [ɔıl] -
outside mirror ['aut'saıd]['mırə] -
parking ['pɑ:kıŋ] -
parking light ['pɑ:kıŋ][laıt] -
parking ticket ['pɑ:kıŋ]['tıkıt] - .
passenger seat ['pæsınʤə][si:t] -
petrol ['petrəl] -
petrol cap ['petrəl]['kæp] -
petrol gauge ['petrəl][geıʤ] -
petrol station ['petrəl]['steıʃən] -
power locks ['pauə][lɔks] -
pump [pʌmp] -
rear light [rıə][laıt] -
rear seat [rıə][si:t] -
rear window [rıə]['wındəu] -
rear-view mirror [rıə][vju:]['mırə] -
reverse [rı'və:s] -
reversing lights [ʀ(ə)vɛʀıŋ][laıts] -
rim [rım] -
roundabout ['raundəbaut] -
safety belt ['seıftı][belt] -
safety seat ['seıftı][si:t] -
screwdriver ['skru:,draıvə] -
seat [si:t] -
seat belt [si:t][belt] -
shift [ʃıft] -

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