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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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[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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▶ 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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1. , .
e.g. He's lost all his money and now feels utterly desperate.

2.
e.g. I've lost my keys! (I remember putting them in my bag this morning but know they are not there now.)

3. , ( Present Perfect Continuous).
e.g. She has worked as an accountant for 10 years. She's a really experienced one now.

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