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, 17 2013 . 19:47 +
? - Have a toddle?
? - Have a date? (Date somebody)?
? - Have been waiting long for me?
- Quite a bit
- Wrong time you pick to saunter
- That sucking (fucking) weather is a kink for shuffling (snailing)
! ! - Crap!The most on weather!
, - Crap. Stuff. Dogshit. Bullshit. Horseshit. Shit.
() - A helluva gook around.
! ! - Watch your step, you, hulky.
! ! - Shit, you've caked me with mud
- You've niggled me up belly-aching on me. (Got me down elegizing on me).
- You get on my nerves
? - You've blown your cool for piece of cake.
() - You've got a miff for nothing.
! - Just a helluva people around (here)
, - I was near kicking off bulling through the crowd
() - You're too much flappable. (high strung)


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, "" " " -: "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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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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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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, 23 2013 . 00:41 +
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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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['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 "-",
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Get it? - ?
What makes you so sure? - ?
Are you nuts? - , ?
How's that? - ?
How come, (that) ...? - , ...?
What have I got to do? - ?
What's the use of? - ? / ?:
What's the use of worrying? - ?
Why worry him? - ?
What if I refuse? - , ?
Surely you can see that. - ?
Surely you saw them. - ?
What is it taking so long? - ? / ?
What is going on (here)? - () ?
Are you kidding? ?:
What makes you think (that) ...? - , ...:
What makes you think I was there? => , ?
Coming along? - ? / ( / )?:
Let's go to the bar. . Coming along, Tom? . . , ( )?
What remains to be done? - ?
Are you getting the picture?- ( / )?
Make yourself clear .
So what? - ? ?
Can you be more specific? - ? / ?
What is this all about? - ?
Who are they to judge us? - , ?
What gave you that idea? - ?
No fooling?- ? / ?
But supposing... what then? - , ,..., ?:
The question now is ...? - ...?:
So what's the hitch? - ?
What is your point? - ?
Can you manage it? - ?:
Do you think I don't know what's been going on behind my back? - , , ?
What is it to you? - - ? ?
What's the hold-up? - ?
How long did you hold office? / How long have you held office? - / ?
Why not do smth. while we are about it? - - ?:
How do you account for doing smth.? - / ?:
How do you account for being late? - ?
How can you be sure? - ?
Is that why / where / what / ...? - / / / ...?:
Is that why they didn't invite us? - .
Is that where you were? - . / ?
Why is it ...? - , ..,?:
Are you out of your mind? - ? How so? - ?


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Ask me another - !
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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1 Fillers, - .
- , , , , . , , .

1.1 Well,...
. "", , "". "", "" , . - , , .

1.2 I think,...
, . - - , .

2

2.1 It depends
. , , , - , . - " [ ]" , , -/ . .

2.2 This and that - .
2.1, . , :
What sort of music do you like? different, - difficult, different. ? :
Well, this and that. / Well, it depends.
) , . . . ) I like Shakira ) - I like different music.

3.
3.1 Yes, please!
- .
Comment 1: : Will you marry me? - Yes, I will! .
Comment 2: Yes, thank you! - : No, thank you.
3.2 (Yes,) of course!
3.3 (Yes,) sure!
3.2 3.3 , 3.2 , , 3.3 .
c :
3.4 Certainly, (sir)!
3.5 You bet!

3.6 I agree.
. , - , 3.1-3.3
3.7 Right you are! = !

4 .
4.1 How much (is it)? = ()? . , , ,
4.2 Here you are.= , . , . , , Your Majesty.
4.3 Can I have a ( sandwich, please)?= ?
4.4 I'll leave it.= ( , , ). - , ,...
4.5 I'll have it. = . ( , )
4.6 Cash, please. / Credit card, please. = , . / , . - "How would you like to pay?" = ?

5
5.1 Hello!
5.2 Hi! , 5.1
5.3 How are you? = , ?
5.4 Bye! (Bye-bye!)
5.5 See you! =
5.6 Have a nice time! = ! , , -


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Better Late Than Never (. , )
This idiom is simple but effective. It implies () that a belated () achievement () is better than not reaching a goal () at all.
One might say, The achievement is long overdue (), but its better late than never.

On the Spur of the Moment (. )
This popular saying denotes () a spontaneous (, ) or sudden () undertaking ().
For example, Linda and Louis drove to the beach on the spur of the moment.

Once in a Blue Moon (. )
A blue moon is a colloquial () term applied () to the second full moon in one month. This idiom means something is rare () or infrequent ().
For example, Homebodies () Mary and James only go out once in a blue moon.

Living on Borrowed Time (. )
Following an illness or near-death experience (, ), many people believe they have cheated () death.
Heres an example: After Jim was struck () by lightning (), he felt like he was living on borrowed time.

In the Interim (. )
This frequently () used phrase is interchangeable () with in the meantime ( ), which is another time-related saying. It denotes () a period of time between something that ended and something that happened afterwards ().

In Broad Daylight (. )
When something occurs () in broad daylight, it means the event is clearly visible ().
Heres an example: Two coyotes brazenly () walked across the lawn () in broad daylight.

Against the Clock (. - )
This common () idiom means time is working against a project or plan instigated () by a group or an individual ( , ).
For example, In movies, writers love to create countdowns where the main characters are working against the clock.

All in Good Time (. )
Patience () is an uncommon virtue (, ). When individuals are inpatient, friends often assure () them that things will happen eventually ( ).

Big Time (. , , )
This versatile (), informal idiom is used to denote () something of extreme severity ().
For example, When he landed () the position as vice president, he knew he had reached the big time.

The Time is Ripe (. )
When the time is ripe, its advantageous () to undertake () plans that have been waiting for awhile ( ).
Heres an example: Raphael was planning a trip overseas ( ), and the time was finally ripe.

Have the Time of Your Life (. )
The 1980s movie Dirty Dancing turned this idiom into a song that became one of the films most iconic () tracks.
For example, Genevieve had the time of her life touring ( ) Italy.

Time is Money (. )
If time is going to waste (), money isnt being made. This popular idiom attributed () to Ben Franklin is frequently ()
used in relation to business or employment ().
Heres an example: Its wise to use every minute productively because time is money.


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Let me -
I hope -
It is to be noted - . ( .)
We have no doubt of (that) - . ( .)
As you may know - , ,
to take the liberty of -
to draw your attention to -
to take into consideration, to take into account -
the matter of great importance -
at the present time -
in case of necessity -
without fail -
as soon as possible -
at your convenience -
mentioned above -
in general -
for example -
etc. -
in no case -
except for -
despite the fact that -
as a result of -
in accordance with -
in view of the above said -
on the ground that -
according to -
as follows -
not above -
to a great extent -
to a certain extent /degree -
in order to -
as far as -
in addition to
a pleasant surprise -
It gives me a great pleasure to introduce -
I am just writing a few lines to introduce - ,
I sincerely regret that - ,
To my great regret I must inform you that - ,
I regret to inform you that - ,
Please, accept my apologies for - ,
I must apologize that -
I am afraid that - ,
Unfortunately -
I will keep you informed -
Let me inform you - ,
Pay special attention to. -
Please, take a note of - ,
Add some data about -
I will be in touch as soon as -
This is to inform you that - ,
I am attaching some information about -
to confirm that - ,
to keep informed -
to let know (without delay) - , ( )


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