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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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USEFUL PHRASES FOR ESSAYS, PART 2

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Useful phrases for essays, part 2


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JOBS IN ENGLISH

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Jobs in English


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GROUPS OF THINGS IN ENGLISH

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Groups of things in English

Stack (, ): a stack of chairs, a stack of books, a stack of work, a stack of plates
Set (): a set of tools, a set of underwear, a set of compasses, a set of cutlery
Pile / Heap (): a pile of clothes, a heap of bodies.
Bunch (, ): a bunch of flowers, a bunch of grapes, a bunch of bananas.
Bundle (, , ): a bundle of newspapers, a bundle of sticks, a bundle of nothing.
Batch (, , ): a batch of homebrew, a batch of letters, a batch of recruits.
Stash (): a stash of cash, a stash of beer, a stash of weapons. (usually the things are hidden)
Fleet (): a fleet of ships
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80 /(OPPOSITES)

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80 /(Opposites)

good - bad - -
happy - sad - -
excited - bored - -
beautiful - ugly - -
dry - wet - -
naughty - well-behaved - -
noisy - quiet - -
strong - weak - -
horrible - nice - -
narrow - wide - -
great - minor - -
late - early - -
tired - enegretic - -
rich - poor - -
painless - painful - -
dark - bright - -
careful - careless - -
expensive - cheap - -
helpfull - helpless - -
useful - useless - -
difficult - easy - -
healthy - sick - -
dirty - clean - -
new - old - -
hot - cold - -
thin - fat - -
tiny - enormous - -
small - large - -
sour - sweet - -
old - young - -
empty - full - -
married - single - -
dangerous - safe - -
polite - rude - -
high - low - -
rough - smooth - -
shy - outgoing - -
hard - soft - -
short - tall - -
light - heavy - -
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LET'S TALK ABOUT TRAVELING:)

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Let's talk about traveling:)

Where would you like to go on your next holiday?
What's the best way to find deals on travel?
If you had to immigrate to another country, where would you go? Why?
What is the stereotype of your nation's citizens?
Do you prefer active or relaxing holidays?
If you had more money, where would you go?
Do you like packaged holiday tours?
What was your best holiday?
What was your worst holiday?
Do you have any horrible or funny travel stories?
"When in Rome, do as the Romans" do you agree with this idea?
Does your country have many tourists? What do you think of them?
What are the best places to visit in your city or town?
If you could only pack five things for a trip to an unknown place, what would you take?
Is there a place that you'd never visit again?
Who are the worst tourists?
What has been your worst experience at a hotel?
What are some common travel scams? Have you been the victim of a travel scam?
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http://www.englishcurrent.com/esl-conversation-questions-discussion/#Travel


STATIONERY/

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Stationery/


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COMMON MONEY PHRASES/ ""

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Common Money Phrases/ ""

cash -
coins -
currency -
denomination - ,
exchange -

Adjectives describing someone who is rich ( , ):

affluent -
loaded -
prosperous -
rich -
solvent -
wealthy -

Adjectives describing someone who does not have any or much money ( , )

bankrupt -
broke -
destitute -
insolvent -
on the bread line -
poor -
needy -

Phrases and words related to banking ( ):

to save money -
to put money in a bank -
to buy shares -
buying shares carries risk -
to invest money -
to make more money -
to earn interest -
to borrow money from the bank -
to land money to the bank -
to own a credit card -

may make more money than you spend = be in the black (profitable) -
may make loss = you are in the red -

Also remember: money cant buy you happiness :)
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Video lesson: http://www.commonenglishphrases.com/2013/03/common-money-phrases/


QUOTE FOR TODAY:)

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Quote for today:)

Let yourself be open and life will be easier. A spoon of salt in a glass of water makes the water undrinkable. A spoon of salt in a lake is almost unnoticed. ― Buddha Siddhartha Guatama Shakyamuni

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LET / MAKE / HAVE / GET

, 24 2014 . 11:49 +
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Let / Make / Have / Get

Let someone do something - to allow someone to do something - ,

[let + person + verb]

Examples:

Please let me drive his new car.


Make someone do something - to force someone to do something -

[make + person + verb]

He made the children do their homework.


Have someone do something - to give someone the responsibility to do something -

[have + person + verb]

Please have your secretary send me the email.


Get someone to do something - to convince to do something -

[get + person + to + verb]

How can teachers get their students to study more?


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:)

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:)


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By the way - .
And so on and so forth - .. ..
Believe it or not, but - ,
Did I get you right? - ?
Don't mention it -
Don't take it to heart -
I am afraid you are wrong - ,
I didn't catch the last word -
I mean it -
If I am not mistaken -
If I remember rightly -
In other words -
It doesn't matter -
It is a good idea -
It is new to me -
Let us hope for the best -
May I ask you a question? - ?
Most likely -
Neither here nor there - ,
On the one hand . -
On the other hand . -
Say it again, please - ,
What do you mean by saying it? - ?
What is the matter? - ?
Where were we? - ?

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SUMMER WEATHER VOCABULARY

, 23 2014 . 10:52 +
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Summer Weather Vocabulary

It's warm/it's hot - /

It's roasting/it's boiling/it's scorching - :)

The sun is splitting the stones! - - ( )

I am passing out! - !

to sunbathe -

burnt/tanned - /

a tan -
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FAMOUS SLOGANS IN ENGLISH:)

, 20 2014 . 13:19 +
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Famous Slogans in English:)

, . . .

, , :

Impossible is nothing ( ) Adidas;

Melt in your mouth, not in your hands ( , ) M&Ms;

Because youre worth it ( ) Loreal;

Think Different ( ) Apple;

Connecting people ( ) Nokia.

, , , :

Born to lead (, )

State of Independence ( )

The Drive of your life ( )

The Power of Dreams ( )

Put the fun back in to driving ( )

Mercedes:

The Star always shines from above ( .)
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BODY VERBS

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Body Verbs

Breathe .
While I breathe, I hope. , .
When we breathe in, or inhale, our diaphragm contracts and moves downward. , .

Yawn .
She yawned good night. , .
Why do I yawn when Im tired? , ?

Cough .
If he coughs she immediately runs to him. , .
The smoke in the room made her cough. - .

Hiccough
If he wasnt sleeping, he was hiccoughing. , .
She was crying and hiccoughing at the same time. .

Sneeze .
If you just sneezed, something was probably irritating the inside of your nose. , , - .
Sneezing used to be thought of as a means for the body to drive out evil spirits. , .

Sigh . (sigh of relief), , . , (sigh heavily).
When he is here, I sigh with relief. , .
She sighed and said: You are right. : .

Snore . .
Yesterday she snored her head off. .
Is there a cure for snoring? ?

Chew .
Can I chew gum while Im pregnant? , ?
My dog continues to chew my blanket. .

Rumble ( ).
Whats happening when your stomach rumbles? , ?
How to stop stomach rumbling in exam? ?

Swallow . ?
How can I make my daughter swallow a pill? ?
My dog died because he swallowed the squeaker in a dog toy. , .

Suck , .
My father often sucks raw eggs. () .
A child usually sucks his thumb! .

Lick , .
The cat licked up the milk. .
I licked the chocolate off my fingers. .

Bite , .
I have a bad habit. I often bite my nails. . .
Why does my cat bite my hand when I stroke her? , ?

, bite. : bite bit bitten. .

Blink , .
Why do we blink our eyes? ?
Ive got something in my eye. Dont rub it. Try to blink several times. - . . .

Wink , .
Have you winked at anyone this week? - ?
What does it mean when a girl winks at a guy? ?

Frown , .
He was trying to excuse but she frowned and refused to listen to him. , .
Do you smile or frown more? ?

Grin , .
I grinned my approval. .
What are you grinning about? ( )?

Blush , , . .
I dont know what made her blush so. , .
She always blushes when she speaks in public. , .

Perspire / sweat , .
My hands dont perspire. .
She drank very little but she sweated a lot. , .

Tremble , .
My whole body trembled. .
Her voice trembled with excitement. .

Shiver , , .
My sister seemed depressed and she often shivers. , .
Why do we shiver when we are cold? , ?
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:)

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:)

Excellent! !
Perfect! !
Brilliant! !

Fantastic! !
Magnificent! !
Superb! !

Youre doing great! !
Keep it up! !
Thats better than ever! , !

Well done! !
Good job! !
Way to go! ! !

I like that! !
Very good! !
Good for you! !

Great you are! !
Thats nice. .
Thats right. .
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10 YOUTUBE !

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HAND VERBS:)

, 10 2014 . 17:17 +
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Hand Verbs:)

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