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, 12 2017 . 21:54 +
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, 12 2017 . 20:26 +
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, 12 2017 . 20:25 +
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, 12 2017 . 20:24 +
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: C



Amazing () - incredible, unbelievable, improbable, fabulous, wonderful, fantastic, astonishing, astounding, extraordinary

wful () - dreadful, terrible, abominable, bad, poor, unpleasant 

Bad () - evil, immoral, wicked, corrupt, sinful, depraved, rotten, contaminated, spoiled, tainted, harmful, injurious, unfavorable, defective, inferior, imperfect, substandar, faulty, improper, inappropriate, unsuitable, nasty, horrible, atrocious, outrageous, scandalous, infamous, wrong, noxious, sinister, deplorable, dismal, foul, ghastly 

Beautiful ( ) - pretty, lovely, handsome, attractive, gorgeous, dazzling, splendid, magnificent, comely, fair, ravishing, graceful, elegant, fine, exquisite, aesthetic, pleasing, shapely, delicate, stunning, glorious, heavenly, resplendent, radiant, glowing, blooming, sparkling

Big (o) - enormous, huge, immense, gigantic, vast, colossal, gargantuan, large, sizable, grand, great, tall, substantial, mammoth, astronomical, ample, broad, expansive, spacious, stout, tremendous, titanic, mountainous

Brave () - courageous, fearless, dauntless, plucky, daring, heroic, valorous, bold, gallant, valiant

Bright 1. - shining, shiny, gleaming, brilliant, sparkling, shimmering, radiant, vivid, colorful, lustrous, luminous, incandescent,
2. , - intelligent, knowing, quick-witted, smart, intellectual

alm () - quiet, peaceful, still, tranquil, mild, serene, smooth, composed, collected, unruffled, level-headed, unexcited, detached, aloof

Dangerous () - perilous, hazardous, risky

Delicious ( ) - savory, delectable, appetizing, luscious, scrumptious, palatable, delightful, enjoyable
 


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, 12 2017 . 20:24 +
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1. activity [æktˈɪvɪti]
2. ancient [ˈeɪːnʃənt]
3. architecture [ˈɑːkɪtɛktʃə]
4. arrive [ərˈaɪv]
5. art gallery [ˈɑːt gˈæləri]
6. attraction [ətrˈækʃən]
7. beautiful [bjˈuːtəfl]
8. breathtaking [brˈeθtɛɪːkɪŋ]
9. business district [bˈɪznəs dˈɪstrɪkt]
10. castle [kˈɑːsl]
11. church [tʃˈɜːtʃ]
12. close [klous]
13. continue on [kəntˈɪnju w̆ɒn]
14. custom [kˈʌstəm]
15. customary [kˈʌstəməri]
16. dangerous [dˈeɪːndʒərəs]
17. depart [dɪpˈɑːt]
18. devastating [dˈevəstɛɪːtɪŋ]
19. en route [ˈɒŋ rˈuːt]
20. enjoy [ɪndʒˈɔɪː]
21. enormous [ɪnˈɔːməs]
22. entertainment district [ɛntətˈeɪːnmənt dˈɪstrɪkt]
23. event [ɪvˈent]
24. exception [ɪksˈepʃən]
25. exhibition [ɛksɪbˈɪʃən]
26. expect [ɪkspˈekt]
27. extensive [ɪkstˈensɪv]
28. fascinating [fˈæsɪnɛɪːtɪŋ]
29. gorgeous [gˈɔːdʒəs]
30. grocery store [grousəri stˈɔː]
31. heritage [hˈerɪtɪdʒ]
32. highlight [hˈaɪlaɪːt]
33. international [ɪntənˈæʃənl]
34. legend [lˈedʒənd]
35. lobby [lˈɒbi]
36. locals [louklz]
37. location [ləʊːkˈeɪːʃən]
38. lovely [lˈʌvli]
39. magnificent [mægnˈɪfɪsn̩t]
40. map [mˈæp]
41. market [mˈɑːkɪt]
42. monument [mˈɒnjʊmənt]
43. museum [mjuzˈɪəːm]
44. necessities [nɪsˈesɪtiz]
45. original state [ərˈɪdʒənl stˈeɪːt]
46. permit [pˈɜːmɪt]
47. photograph [foutəgrɑːf]
48. popular [pˈɒpjʊlə]
49. postcard [poustkɑːd]
50. prevalent [prˈevələnt]
51. proceed [prəsˈiːd]
52. questions or concerns [kwˈestʃənz ɔː kənsˈɜːnz]
53. raise a hand [rˈeɪːz ə hˈænd]
54. recommend [rɛkəmˈend]
55. reconstructed [rikənstrˈʌktɪd]
56. refer [rɪfˈɜː]
57. relax [rɪlˈæks]
58. request [rɪkwˈest]
59. restaurant district [rˈestrɒnt dˈɪstrɪkt]
60. restored [rɪstˈɔːd]
61. ritual [rˈɪtʃʊəːl]
62. safe [sˈeɪːf]
63. scenery [sˈiːnəri]
64. scenic [sˈiːnɪk]
65. shopping district [ʃˈɒpɪŋ dˈɪstrɪkt]
66. show someone around [ʃou sˈʌmwʌn ərˈaʊːnd] -
67. sit back [sˈɪt bˈæk] ,
68. stairway [stˈeəːwɛɪː]
69. superb [supˈɜːb]
70. supermarket [sˈuːpəmɑːkɪt]
71. surroundings [sərˈaʊːndɪŋz]
72. thrilling [θrˈɪlɪŋ]
73. unbelievable [ʌnbɪlˈiːvəbl]
74. view [vjˈuː]
75. waterfront [wˈɔːtəfrʌnt]



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, 12 2017 . 20:19 +
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, 12 2017 . 20:19 +
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'I like it very much'

, 12 2017 . 08:19 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

'I like it very much'

'I like it very much'


 


I'm addicted to it! — !
I'm very fond of it! — , .
I'm hooked on the Net -
She's completely hooked on soap operas. — .
I just like it very very much. —
I'm crazy about it! — !
I'm keen on it! — !
I really enjoy it! - !
It's very interesting for me. — .
It's a great pleasure for me to do it. — .
That's very pleasant for me. — .
It's really great! — !
It's awesome! - !
 
 
 


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(Phrasal verbs) - Look

, 12 2017 . 08:19 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

(Phrasal verbs) - Look


(Phrasal verbs) - Look

look about = look around - ,
look about for - , (-.)
I've been looking about for a better job since Christmas.
.

look back - ,
Man stopped and looked back.
.
I want to be able to look back -

look down - , / -
he looked down towards the water -
look up and down -

look down - ;

look down - ; ;
look down nose - ( -., -.)

look for - , ,
What are you looking for?
? ?

look forward to - ; (-.)
I'm looking forward to some warmer weather after this bitter winter.
, , .

look out - (.)
Look out! - ! !

look out - ( -. ), (-.)
My hotel room looks out across the lake. - .

look out for - , (-. / -.)
to look out for a house - ( )

look over - , , / ,
He looked around, is there someone else.
, - .

look over - ,
So me and John start to look over the rest of the fuel trucks.
, .

look in - (-.) /
I don't intend to look in tonight, there's nothing worth watching.
, .

look through - , (-.) / ,
I said good morning but she looked me straight through and walked on.
, .

look up - (-. )
look up to - (-.), (-.)
look up - (.) ( )
Things are looking up. - .

look up - (-.)
While you're in London, do look up our old teacher, he'll be pleased to see you.
, , .

 

 



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, 12 2017 . 08:19 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

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:

I agree / disagree...
In my opinion, ... / From my point of view, ... / As far as I am concerned, ...

I believe that ... / It seems to me that ...
I am in favour of ... / I am against the idea of ...
According to ...
Some people say that ...
It is said / believed that ...
There is no doubt that ...
It cannot be denied that ...
It goes without saying that ....
We must admit that ...

:

The main argument in favour / against is ...
First of all, I should like to consider ...
The first thing (I would like to consider) to be considered is...
To begin with ... / To start with ...
Apart from that ...
Despite the fact that ... / In spite of the fact that ...
On the one hand ... / On the other hand, ...
Besides, ... / In addition, ...
What is more, ... / Moreover, ... / More than that, ...
What matters most in this case is ...
Finally, ...
However, ... / ..., though
... although ... / ... even though ...
Nevertheless, ...

- :

for this reason
therefore / that is why
thus
sth happened
because of
as a result of
owing to / due to
as a consequence of

:

for example
for instance
such as
like

:

To sum up, ....
To conclude, ...
On this basis, I can conclude that ...
In conclusion, I would like to stress that ...
All in all, I believe that ...


a graduate – ( )
paper qualifications – ,
work experience –
to graduate from (a college, university etc.) – (, )
train as – ,
to qualify as – , -
in-house training –
management development –
management training – ,
skills–
skilled — , , (-, )
unskilled – , (-, )
highly skilled – (-, , )
semi-skilled– (-, )
to be skilled at/in smth – , -
to be skilled at/in doing smth – , -
customer care –
good with = skilled at/in – , -
a self-starter = self-motivated = self=driven = proactive] – ( – )
methodical = systematic = organized – ,
computer-literate – ,
numerate –
motivated– ( )
talented– ,
a team player – ,
come through experience –
accountancy firm –
laborer (AmE) = labourer (BrE) – (, )

 

 



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I think (/):

, 12 2017 . 08:18 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

I think (/):



I suppose – , ,
I suppose it will rain today. (, .)

I reckon – ,
I reckon she is angry at me for leaving her alone. (, - , .)

I guess – , ,
I guess I’ll go now. (, , .)

I imagine – ,
I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel. (, .)

I presume – ,
That’s the new assistant, I presume. ( , .)

In my opinion –
In my opinion this matter is not as bad as it may seem. ( , , .)

I believe – ,
I believe he is innocent. (, .)

It seems to me that – , …
It seems to me that they are conspiring against us. ( , - .)

To my way of thinking,… - , -
To my way of thinking, his speech was not very convincing. ( , .)

As I see it, … – ,
As I see it, he has done nothing wrong but helped his family. ( , , .)

The way I see things is that… – , -
The way I see things is that they have committed a crime and have to be punished. ( , , .)
 


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>10

, 12 2017 . 08:18 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

10



1) englishtips.org/ – . . . ( ).

2) learnamericanenglishonline.com/ - , .

3) britishcouncil.org/learnenglish  . (podcast-, ) . , , , , . .

4) bbc.co.uk/russian/learning_english/  BBC, . , . , , .

5) voanews.com/russian/learning-english/  «English USA — », « ».

6) homeenglish.ru/ – , . , .

7) toefl.ru/ – , TOEFL.

8) 4flaga.ru/ – . . .

9) efl.ru/ – , , , , , , .. .

10) english.freevar.com/ — , , , . . . ( ). .



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, 12 2017 . 08:18 +
kudryashechka [ + !]







, , . , . Upper-Intermediate. !

, :
thebigproject.co.uk/news/#.UJuCEeQyJyV 
newspapers.com/index.php 

:
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

:
Serious:
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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>10 .

, 11 2017 . 16:02 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

10 .


 

10 . 

1) englishtips.org/ – . . . ( ).

2) learnamericanenglishonline.com/ - , .


3) britishcouncil.org/learnenglish  . (podcast-, ) . , , , , . .

4) bbc.co.uk/russian/learning_english/  BBC, . , . , , .

5) voanews.com/russian/learning-english/  «English USA — », « ».

6) homeenglish.ru/ – , . , .

7) toefl.ru/ – , TOEFL.

8) 4flaga.ru/ – . . .

9) efl.ru/ – , , , , , , .. .

10) english.freevar.com/ — , , , . . . ( ). .

 



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, 11 2017 . 16:01 +
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back away , , ( ) 
be back
be out , ,
be over ,
be up 1) , ; 2) ,
blow out 1) , ( ..); 
( ); 2)
break down ) , , 
; ; ) , ..; 
2) ( );
break off 1) ( , ..); 2) ,
break out 1) , ( , ..); 2) , ( , , , , ..)
call back 1) (); 2) , o
calm down
carry on -.
check in , ( , , 
, ..)
check out (, ..)
come back 1) ; - 2)
come down 1) , (. ); 
2) ; ; ( )
come in 1) ; , ; 2) ( ..)
come on 1) !, !, !; 2) !, !, !, !, ! come over , , , , -.
cut off 1) , , ; 2) ( .)
fall down 1) , , ( , ); 
2) . .
find out - , , , , ,
get around 1) , (); 
2) ,
get away 1) , , , ; 2) ,
get back
get down - 1) ; ; 2) : , , ; !
give up - , , (),
go away - 1) , (, , ); 2) , ;
go back -
go in -
hang on - 1) - !; 
2) - , , – ;
hold on - 1) ! ( ); 2) , ( ); 3) , ( );
let in - 1) ,
lie down - , (, )
look for -
look forward to - ,
move on - ;
pull on - 1) , ; 2) , (, .l.)
run away - , ,
set up - 1) , ; 2) ,
switch off -
switch on -
take off - 1) , , 2) -
wake up -
walk away - ,
watch out - ,
work out - 1) , ( - , ) 
2)
work up - , , , ,
write down -,
 


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, 11 2017 . 06:03 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

,




, :

Talk big — ,
Go on, talk big! I'll soon have you purring like a kitten.

Run for one's life — ,
Simon continued to run for his life.

Throw good money after bad —
You don't spend more money— in effect throw good money after bad.

Cast a glance —
Are there really that many women with that low of self-esteem that they would even cast a glance at a man like this?

Put on a show —
The children are now at an age when they are fully aware of what is going on, so for their sakes Kate and Peter have decided to put on a show of union.

Take turns —
The fact that you take turns attacking, of course, offers endless strategies.

Make a nuisance of oneself —
It regenerates into the entire reptile, which proceeds to destroy buildings and property and generally make a nuisance of itself.

Play the fool —
It's a guy walking around the streets playing the fool.

Have smb on the string —
Olivia breaks off their relationship despite Rollo's attempts to keep her on the string.

Out of sight —
Now get that dog out of my sight.

Take for granted —
What we take for granted might not be here for our children.

Turn inside out —
Oh yeah, there's also a gigantic thing wandering around that looks like if you took a yeti and turned it inside out. Interesting premise.

Make a show of —
The club wants blood, but Jax says they can't make a show of force.

Break loose —
All hell is literally about to break loose as the eve to the magical Libria Solstice approaches

fall /be out of favor — /
Du Barry has been complaining to the King that you will not address her, and you cannot afford to fall out of favor with the King.

Be quits —
As long as the check doesn't bounce, you and I are quits.

Be at the end of one's tether —
I do feel I'm getting to the end of my tether with vampires of late.

Set the pace —
When you set the pace, you control the race.

Keep pace with smb —
They scurried along as fast as they can, trying to keep pace with the moving vehicle below.

single-handed —
Single-handed, through fog and sleet and snow, he daily risks his life in the cause of justice.

Drive someone into a corner —
His efforts to provide himself with an alibi failed and he got driven into a corner.

Hurt smb's pride —
A man was talking about a girl that had hurt his pride. He was in despair.

Cover one's tracks —
Harry was a great cop here in Miami. He taught me how to think like one; he taught me how to cover my tracks. I'm a very neat monster.

Be up to smth —
You are up to no good!

Catch smb unawares —
I have thought about how they so often catch us unawares.

Take by surpirse —
I'm going to come around behind you now, sir. - Okay, Kryten, take me by surprise.

Know smb by sight —
Cartwright, neither of which knows him by sight.

Know one's place —
I know my place. It is time you learn yours.

Lead the way —
Okay, big guy, you lead the way, uh...

Run counter to smth —
As Martin notes, this runs counter to the ideal of the empathetic, hands-on modern dad.

Go to all lengths —
This man will go to all lengths to save his Love.

Have a way with —
I do have a way with the ladies, Lexie! It's my burden!

Tempt fate —
Don't tempt fate, girls — leave the Pandora's box of female sexuality and female creativity alone!

In smb's stead — -
You'll trust us to act in your stead.

Get one's hand in / have a hand in smth —
Not only has he developed a cool giant killer robot but he's got his hand in many other experiments--the most exciting of which is his invisibility formula.

Make up for lost time —
Soon, Jack's young, orphan brother Frankie arrives in town; while Tom and Doris vie for his friendship, the outlaw gang is hoping to make up for lost time.

Go back on one's word —
You can't go back on your word. I can do what I like. Help! Help!

Begin the world —
We have it in our power to begin the world again.

Keep one's nose out of smth —
Why don't you keep your nose out of my family.

Have a bite —
Dave, why don't we order some room service, have a bite, relax.

Do smb a good / bad turn — /
Come on Cookie, you've helped him fuck up his life for the last five years, now do him a good turn.

On pain of smth —
Brother Bender, do you accept the principles of Robotology on pain of eternal damnation in Robot Hell?

Lose sight of —
Sorry I lost sight of you. I had to step outside for a smoke.

Lose face —
He doesn't want to get beaten up, but on the other hand, he doesn't want to lose face in front of Bala.

Cut smb down to size —
Cut him down to size, Jack!

Settle a score —
Thanks for bailing me out, Dad. Can you drop me off at Rushmore? I got to go settle a score.

Play a trick —
That guy's wife must be pretty pissed off to play a trick like that.

Get out of hand — , -
I say we kill him, before this gets out of hand.

Fall into the habit of —
It's just a matter of settling back into the habit of writing every day.

Learn one's lesson —
Oh, no. Not again. I learned my lesson.

 


 

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, 11 2017 . 06:01 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

. !



it's high time - ( " ") 
take your time - ( " ") 
help yourself - ( " ") 
to make a decision - ( "")  
to achieve results -
pay attention - ( "") ()
draw (smb's) attention - (-)
to take a chance -  
to have a rest -  
to take offence -  
to take a nap -  
shadow cabinet -
to hit the target -
golden share -
to put an end to - ,
to play with fire -
the root of the trouble -
to read between lines -
to take into account -  
to make a point -  
to jump at conclusions -  
moment of silence -  
ups-and-downs -  
trouble shooter -  
at the world's end -  
think tank -  
token strike -
in accordance with -  
on account of -  
in addition to -  
at any rate -  
on behalf of -  
on the basis of -  
for the benefit of -  
by and large -  
in charge of -  
in connection with -  
in contrast to/with -  
in the course of -  
as early as -  
with the exception of -  
at the expense of -

 



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, 11 2017 . 05:59 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

British VS American

 


 






 

 


 



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, 11 2017 . 05:58 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

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, 08 2017 . 22:49 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

: 30 , .


 

 

: 30 , .

1. I'm sorry to bother you - ,

2. Nice to meet you! -

3. How much is this? -

4. My name is ……., what's yours? I'm from Russia, and you? - …. ? ,

5. Does anybody here speak Russian? -- -?

6. I'm Russian, I don't speak English very well - , -

7. I'm lost, can you help me? - , ?

8. Where can I buy a newspaper? - ?

9. Where can I find a toilet? - ?

10. Where can I buy the tickets? - ?

11. Where is the booking office? - ?

12. How far is it? - ?

13. That's (too) expensive. - ()

14. I'll take one / it / this. -

15. I like this. -

16. I don't like that -

17. Can I pay by credit-card? - ?

18. Can I exchange this? -

19. That's all, thanks - ,

20. Please say that again - ,

21. Could you speak more slowly, please? - ?

22. Excuse me, where can I get a taxi? - , ?

23.What time is breakfast? - ?

24.When does the bus to Boston leave? - ?

25. Keep the change -

26. Could I have the bill? - ?

27. The hange is not correct -

28. Do you have a table by the window? - ?

29.Could you break this 100 (hundred) dollar bill? - 100- ?

30.Stop here, please. - , .



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, 08 2017 . 22:49 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

:


 

:

To be hoisted by one's own petard - , (: " ")

That's the way the cookie crumbles - (: " ").


To tread on air - (.: " ")

Smell hell - (: " ")

Bare as a bone - (: ", ")

To promise the moon - (: " ")

Neither here nor there - (.: " ")

To call a spade a spade - (.: " ")

Rolling in money - (: " ")

To fly off the handle - (: " ")

To draw the wool over someone's eyes - - (.: " -")

To hang by a thread - (: " ")

Act the fool - (: " ")

It's still all up in the air - (.: " ")

To sit twiddling one's thumbs - (.: " ")

Put it into your pipe and smoke it - . (.: " ")

 



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, 08 2017 . 22:48 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

100




1. Hello/ good bye - /  
2. Good morning! / Good afternoon! / Good evening! - ! / /  
3. Please thank you - /
 
4. Sorry -  
5. I don't understand. -  
6. Please speak more slowly. - , , . 
7. Could you repeat that? - ? 
8. What is your name? - ? 
9. My name is . . . . - ... 
10. Nice to meet you! -  
11. How are you doing? ? 
12. Can you help me? - ? 
13. Let's go to... - () ... 
14. I'm looking for... - ... 
15. Where is . . . the bathroom, restaurant, museum, hotel, beach, embassy? - , , , , , ? 
16. How do I get to ..? - ...? 
17. How do you say this? - ? ( ) 
18. How much is this? - ? 
19. Can I ask you a question? - ? 
20. I am from . . . . - ... 
21. Can you help me practice English? - ? 
22. Could you write it down on paper?- ? 
23. What does this word mean? - ? 
24. I am hungry. - . 
25. I am thirsty. - . 
26. I am cold. - . 
27. I am feeling sick. - . 
28. How do you use this word? - ? 
29. Did I say it correctly? - ? 
30. What time is it? - ? 
31. This food is amazing! - - ! 
32. I need to go now. - . 
33. Today, yesterday and tomorrow - , , . 
34. Can you give me an example? - ? 
35. Please wait a moment. - . 
36. Excuse me! - ( ) 
37. I'm sorry to bother you - ,  
38. Does anybody here speak Russian? -- -? 
39. I don't speak English very well - -. 
40. I speak English a little bit - - 
41. I need an interpreter. - . 
42. Where can I buy ...? - ...? 
43. That's (too) expensive. - ()  
44. I'll take one / it / this. -  
45. I like this. -  
46. I don't like that -  
47. Can I pay by credit-card? - ? 
48. Can I exchange this? -  
49. That's all, thanks - ,  
50. Excuse me, where can I get a taxi? - , ? 
51. This address , please - , ! 
52. Drive me to the airport/hotel/city center - / /  
53.When does the bus to Boston leave? - ? 
54. Stop here, please. - , . 
55. I'd like a ticket to...- ... 
56. When does the check-in begin? - ? 
57. Where can i return my ticket? - ? 
58. Here are my passport and custom declaration -  
59. Here is my luggage -  
60. It is a business trip -  
61. It is a turistic visit -  
62. I travel with a group -  
63. I want to book a room. . 
64. I want a room with bed and breakfast. « ». 
65. Non-smoking, please. - , . 
66. Here you are. , . 
67. Keep the change -  
68. Could I have the bill? - ? 
69. The hange is not correct -  
70 Could you break this 100 (hundred) dollar bill? - 100- ? 
71. What size is this sweater? ? 
72. I want to try it on. - . 
73. I need... - ... 
74. I want to book a table. . 
75. I'd like... - ... 
76. I do not eat meat. -  
77. I agree. - (). 
78. With pleasure. - . 
79. I see. - . 
80. I am busy. - (). 
81. No, thank you. - , . 
82. I am sorry, but I can’t. - , . 
83. Thank you so much!- ! 
84. You are welcome! - ( ). 
85. Best wishes! - ! 
86. Congratulations! - ! 
87. Happy birthday! - ! 
88. I wish you all the best! - ! 
89. Have a good time! - ! 
90. Have a good holiday! - ! 
91. Have a good trip! - ! 
92. Take care! ! 
93. Good luck! - ! 
94. See you (later)! - ! 
95. See you soon! - ! 
96. I need help. . 
97. I'm lost. - . 
98.I have an emergency. Please call for help. - . ! 
99. Call the police! - ! 
100. Call for a doctor. -

 

 



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, 08 2017 . 22:48 +
kudryashechka [ + !]




as a matter of fact -
as things turned out -  
as to / as for -  
at first sight / at a glance -  
at any rate -  
at first - - 
at least -  
believe it or not - ,  
by the way -  
deep down - ( ) 
first of all -  
for all / for all that -  
for example / for instance / for one thing - ,…
for one thing -
for one's part / on one's part -
for the most part -
I dare say - ,…
I wonder… -
if I remember rightly -
if I'm not mistaken -
in a nutshell -
in all probability / in all likelihood -
in any case -
in fact -
in my opinion -
In other words - ,
in short / in brief / in a word -
in the long run -
it turned out that - ,
just for the record - ,
lay it on the line -
let alone -
look here -
not to mention -
on the contrary -
one way or another -
or what? - ?
or whatever - -
something tells me - - ,…
that is to say -
that's the way things are going -
to say nothing of -
to say the truth -
to sum up - …
what's more -
 


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, 08 2017 . 22:47 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

,





Look here. – .
Thank you very much. – .
It was very kind of you to do it. – ( ).

Excuse me for being late. – .
I must apologize to you. – .
Forgive me, please, I meant well. – , , .
I congratulate you. – .
Happy birthday to you. – .
Have a good time. – .
Let me introduce... – ...
Allow me to introduce (to present). – .
May I present... – ...
Goodbye. – .
See you later. – .
I must be going. – .
By the way... – ...
I have been thinking. – .
You are getting away from the subject. – .
Keep to the point. – .
In short... – ...
Skip the details. – .
That’s all there is to it. – , .
But enough of it.– , .
I see. – .
Say it again, please. – , .
Is that the point? – ?
That is not exactly what I mean. – , .
Let us clear it up. – .
In other words. – .
I mean it. – .
I am coming to that. – .
It stands to reason. – .
All right, I give in, you win. – , , .
What has it got to do with the problem? – ?
You are carrying it too far. – .
It does not make sense. – .
It does not prove a thing. – .
Let us stick to facts. – .
It is not true to facts. – .
That makes all the difference. – - .
That is quite a different thing. – .
On the one hand. – .
On the other hand. – .
As to... / As for... (As far as...is concerned) – ...
Nevertheless. – .
Of course. Certainly. – .
Exactly. – .
That’s right. – .
I agree with you. – .
I think so. – , .
I am afraid so. – , .
I am sure of it. – .
I don’t agree with you at all. – .
Far from it. – .
I don’t think so. – , .
I am afraid you are wrong. – , .
I am not sure of it. – .
I doubt it. – .
I don’tknow. – .
I can’t say. – .
Is he? – ?
Really? – ?
Well, it is a surprise. – , .
Who would have expected that? – ?
You look wonderful today. – .
It does you credit. –


 



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, 08 2017 . 22:42 +
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, 08 2017 . 22:29 +
kudryashechka [ + !]

5 , dear


 

“dear”, , – . , , “dear”.

1. “Dear”

, , . “dear” «» , , . , . . :

Dear Ms. Jacobs,
I would like to inform you about changes in our agreement…

Dear Sirs,
I am interested in the Sales Manager position at your company…

, , , “dear” – . , “dear grandma”, – “Hi, Max”, “Hello, Max”, “Max,”.

, , . , , , “dear” .

2. “Dear” ,

, , “dear”, , : “Can you help me with housekeeping, dear?” , “dear” , – “honey”, “baby”, “sweetheart” .

3.

– “sir” “ma’am”, “dear”, . , “dear”, , , , : “Thank you for the picture you present to me, dear. It is beautiful”.

4.

, , – “dear” . , . , , , : “I can’t find my keys! -They’re in your bag, dear”. , , .

5.

. “Oh, dear!” - : , , , , … “dear” – , , : “Oh, dear! Our son missed school again!”; “Oh, dear! He’s going to sing again!”



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, 08 2017 . 22:26 +
kudryashechka [ + !]



?

 

, - — . , , . . :

 

How did you cook fish?

 

. , , , . , . , , , . , . :

 

Well, first I did X then I did Y… ( )

Oh! It’s easy really. ( )

Why? Don’t you like it? ( )

 

, :

 

Can you feel a draught from the window?

 

, , , , . , , , , ( , - ). , : « , , , .» , - . , . :

 

No, I’m fine thanks. ( )

Yes, it is a bit cold. ( )

Oh, are you cold? I’ll close the window. ( - )

Yes. Should we move to another room? ( )

 

, . , , . , , , .

 

.

 

Can’t you drive more quickly? ( )

Have you washed your hands recently? ( )

Why did you paint it red? ( )

Where on earth did you get that hat? ( )

 

- .

 

Have you met/Do you know Mr Jones?

Do you two know each other?

 

.

 

Are you doing anything tomorrow night? ( )

Would you like to come to a film on Friday?

Why don’t you come dancing with us?

 

- :

 

Won’t you have some more coffee?

Shall I give you a hand?

Would you like me to help you carry that?

 

:

 

Will you just roll up your sleeve? ( )

Close the window, will you/would you? ( )

Will you listen to me for a minute? (, , )

 

:

 

Do you mind if I smoke?

Can I come in?

 

- :

 

Could you pass me the newspaper?

Can you reach the salt? (, )

Have you got a minute? ( )

 

- :

 

Why don’t we have lunch before we go?

Have you tried doing it this way?

How about asking Bill to the party?

 

:

 

How are you feeling today? ( )

Are you all right? ( )

 

:

 

Do you want a smack? ( )

How would you like a punch on the nose?

 

, « », , .
,
 Do you Know Mr Jones? 
 Yes  No.
«Yes»”, .       
Are you doing anything special tomorrow night? 
  Yes No
, «No».



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, 08 2017 . 22:24 +
kudryashechka [ + !]



 

 



Speaking -
This is Surikov calling. - .
Who's calling, please? - ()?
Could you put me through to Mr. Sokolov? - - ?
I'm putting you through (I'm ringing your party now). - .
The line is engaged. - .
Can you hold on? - ?
Mr. Jones is on the other fine. - - .
Sorry to have kept you waiting. - , .
I'm putting Mr. Jones on the line. - - .
I'll see if he is in. - , .
Mr. Ivanov is out at the moment. - - .
Could you take a message? (Could I leave a message?) - ?
Mr. Roberts is not available. - - .
Is there any message? - - ?
I'll call back later. - .
There is no reply (answer) at his number. - .
What extension, please? - , ?
You are through. - .
Trying to connect you. - .
You've got the wrong number. - .
Sorry to have troubled (bothered) you. - .
There is no one by the name of Smith here. - .
This is a private residence. - .
I'm sorry to have bothered you - , .
That's quite all right. - .
Could you speak up, please? - ?
Are you there? - ?
Your voice is fading and there's some background noise interfering. - - .
We had a very bad connection. - .
We could scarcely hear each other. - .
Then we were cut off completely. - .
I want to book/to place a call to Moscow for 10 p.m. - 10 .
What number are you calling from? - ?
Would you like to make it personal? Br. / Would you like to make it person-to-person? Am. - ?
I just want a station-to-station call. - .
Will it be on credit? Br. / Is it a credit-card call? Am. - ?
I'm terribly sorry that you have been disconnected. - , .
There seems to be some interruption (interference) in our connection with Chicago. - , .
I'll call you back as soon as there is another circuit open. - , .
I'll ring you as soon as I have your party again. - , .
I can't get through. - .
Go ahead, please. - , .
I'll call him again. - .
Is Mr. Courtney in? - - ?
This is Abrahams of Social Welfare. - .
He is in a meeting with his aids now. - .
I'll call him tomorrow morning
 - .

 



 




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, 27 2017 . 19:17 +
Maja2012 [ + !]

-

Cheer up! — ! !
Chin up! — !
Don't give up! — !
Come on, you can do! — , !
Keep going! — !
Lighten up! — !
Look on the bright side ... — ...
Smile! — !
There are plenty more fish in the sea. — .
There's no use crying over spilt milk. — .
Worse things happen at sea. — .
You're coming along well. — .
Keep up the good work! — !
That's a good effort. — .
That's a real improvement. — .
You're on the right lines. — .
Every cloud has a silver lining. — .
It's not the end of the world. — .

      .

 

 


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, 22 2017 . 18:43 +
AlinkaColnishko [ + !]



I don't care -
pros and cons -
It's up to you -
What of it? - ?
It's out of place -
What for? - ?
It's waste of time -
Let's clear it up - .
Let's drop the subject -
Mind one's own business -
You can take it from me -
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 judgment -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - ?
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1. . - I’d like to place an order. 
2. . - I would like supper. 
3. . - I would like a continental breakfast. 
4. ? - What drink would you like before dinner? 
5. , . - I’ll have whatever you recommend. 
6. ? - What do you recommend? 
7. ? - What is the specialty of the house. 
8. , . - Menu, please. 
9. , . - May I have the menu and the wine list, please? 
10. ? - Do you serve vegetarian food? 
11. ? - Is there an English menu? 
12. ? - What kind of soup are you serving today? 
13. ? - What’s the cocktail of the day? 
14. ? - May I take your order? 
15. . - I’ll have the same thing. 
16. . - I’ll have this. 
17. ? - How long will it take? 
18. (). - Scrambled eggs. 
19. . - I’ll just have a ham sandwich. 
20. . - I’ll have a T-bone steak with fried potatoes. 
21. , ? - Would you like fried, baked or mashed potatoes? 
22. ? - How would you like it? 
23. , . - Medium rare, please. 
24. , . - Well - done, please. 
25. , . - Please show me the wine list. 
26. ? - What kind of wine do you have? 
27. . - I would like a bottle of white wine. 
28. ? - How much is a whole bottle? 
29. 1 ? - How much is a glass? 
30. () - I would like a cup of coffee (tea). 
31. ? - May I have a glass of water? 
32. ? - Orange juice or tomato juice? 
33. - ? - How about some dessert? 
34. , . - Pancakes and a milk shake, please.



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> -

, 21 2017 . 10:49 +
Maja2012 [ + !]

-

Cheer up! — ! !
Chin up! — !
Don't give up! — !
Come on, you can do! — , !
Keep going! — !
Lighten up! — !
Look on the bright side ... — ...
Smile! — !
There are plenty more fish in the sea. — .
There's no use crying over spilt milk. — .
Worse things happen at sea. — .
You're coming along well. — .
Keep up the good work! — !
That's a good effort. — .
That's a real improvement. — .
You're on the right lines. — .
Every cloud has a silver lining. — .
It's not the end of the world. — .

      .

 

 


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, 19 2017 . 20:10 +
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