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>Birds in English

, 14 2014 . 12:05 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Birds in English

- stork
- albatross
- sparrow
- raven
- crow
- jackdaw, daw
- pigeon; dove
- rook
- goose
- thrush
- woodpecker
- lark
- crane
- halcyon, kingfisher
- chaffinch
- oriole
- turkey
- canary
- hummingbird
- kite
- wild duck, mallard
- cuckoo
- sandpiper
- hen
- partridge
- swallow
- swan; cob (), cob-swan
- eagle
- peacock, peafowl
- cock; rooster
- penguin
- parrot
- hazel-grouse, hazel-hen
- tomtit, blue titmouse, blue tit
- starling
- bullfinch
- owl
- nightingale
- magpie
- ostrich
- swift
- wagtail
- duck
- pheasant
- flamingo
- heron; egret
- gull; sea gull
- siskin
- goldfinch
- hawk

, :)



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g>

, 14 2014 . 12:05 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



!

Good luck (with smth)!
Good luck to you
The best of luck!
Best of luck!

!

Break a leg!
Good luck!

!

Good luck!
I do hope you win.

!

I wish you luck!

!

Good luck! I wish you success.
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>30

, 14 2014 . 11:52 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

30

1 Extremes meet — ,
2 East or West home is best — ,
3 Better late than never — ,
4 All’s well that ends well — ,
5 Out of sight out of mind — ,
6 As fit as a fiddle - ,
7 No sweet without sweat - ,
8 A penny saved is a penny gained - — ,
9 Have a heart! - !, !
10 A good beginning makes a good ending -
11 Too good to be true - , / ,
12 New lords new laws - -….
13 Honesty is the best policy - —
14 A light purse is a heavy curse - ,
15 It’s like putting a saddle on a cow -
16 An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth - ,
17 I dare swear -
18 Look who’s talking! - , !
19 There is no rose without thorn -
20 If there is a will, there is a way -
21 There is no place like home - ,
22 There is no smoke without fire -
23 Lovely weather for ducks! !
24 There is a black sleep in every flock —
25 But … There is always but… - … -, …
26 There are spots even on the sun -
27 While there is life, there is hope - –
28 There is no flying from fate -
29 There is a small choice in rotten apples -
30 There is no so faithful friend, as a good book - ,
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>100 /100 ENGLISH ADVERBS

, 14 2014 . 11:44 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

100 /100 ENGLISH ADVERBS

how
so
then
there
no
now
just
very
where
too
also
well
again
why
here
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g>What would you like for breakfast?:)

, 14 2014 . 11:44 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

What would you like for breakfast?:)

1. donut -
2. muffin -
3. bagel -
4. bun -
5. danish pastry -
6. pikelet -
7. croissant -
8. eggs -
9. pancakes -
10. waffles -
11. toast -
12. bacon -
13. sausages -
14. home fries - "-"
15. coffee -
16. decaf coffee -
17. tea -
18. iced tea -
19. lemonade -
20. hot chocolate -
21. milk -
22. tuna fish sandwich -
23. egg salad sandwich - ( )
24. chicken salad sandwich -
25. ham and cheese sandwich -
26. corned beef sandwich -
27. BLT/bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich - , "" .
28. roast beef sandwich - ()
29. white bread -
30. whole wheat bread -
31. pita bread -
32. pumpernickel -
33. rye bread -
34. a roll -
35. a submarine roll -
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>

, 14 2014 . 11:43 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



(, )...
I wish you...

!
I wish you every success!

!
I wish you every success in passing your exam!

() ...
With all my heart I wish you...

() ...
With all my heart (and soul) I wish you...

!
I wish you joy!
I wish you happiness!
With all my heart I wish you happiness / joy!

() !
I wish you the best of everything!

(-) ...!
( -) ...!
On the occasion of... I wish you
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>

, 14 2014 . 11:04 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



a number of -
all at once -
all kinds of / all sorts of - ,
all over again -
along with -
as a whole -
as best one can -
as far as / as long as / as much as - ,
as far as possible -
as soon as - /
as well - / ,
at all costs /at any cost (price) -
at every turn - ,
at least - , ,
at most - ,
best part of something -
bit by bit / little by little - , -
fed up with -
for free -
go too far -
good deal of -
in addition to -
more or less - , , -
next to nothing -
nothing but -
over and over (again) -
to a degree / to some degree -
up to -

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> :)

, 14 2014 . 11:03 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

Thanks - !

Cheers - ! ( - , :)

Thank you very much - !

I really appreciate it - ( )!

You've made my day - ( ).

How thoughtful of you - /.

You shouldn't have - .

That's so kind of you - .

I am most grateful - .

We would like to express our gratitude - .

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>100

, 14 2014 . 11:03 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

100

actual , ,
alone
another , ,
awful ,
basic , ,
best
big , , , ,
black ,
blue
brown
busy ;
central , , ,
certain ,
clear , , ,
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Useful expressions about time

, 13 2014 . 22:50 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Useful expressions about time

Run out of time - , -
Spend a lot of time - -
Save time -
Kill time -
Take your time -
Make up for lost time -
Take me long time - ,
Give someone a hard time - -
Spare the time -
Take all the time -
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>:

, 13 2014 . 22:32 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:


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>

, 13 2014 . 22:31 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



Really? - ?
What? -?
What a surprise! - !
Well I never! / Blimey! - !/ blimey='God blind me!', , !
That's the last thing I expected! - , !
You're kidding! - !
I don't believe it! / Are you serious? - / ?
I'm speechless! - !
I'd never have guessed. - !
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g>,

, 12 2014 . 22:06 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

,

Phrases you hear in an airport

If you travel to another country, you will probably need to go through an airport at least once. Here are some of the phrases you might hear.


What is the purpose of your trip? - ?

Did you pack this bag yourself? - ?

Do you have a laptop? - ?

Please do not leave any bags unattended. - , .

Do you have anything to declare? - - ?

Flight ... is now boarding. - ...

Flight ... has been cancelled. - ... .

Flight ... has been delayed. - ... .

Would passenger ... please come to... - ... ...

This is the final call for flight ... to... - ... ...

...please make your way to - , ...
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>Caution!/!

, 11 2014 . 17:10 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Caution!/!


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100 /100 ENGLISH ADVERBS

, 10 2014 . 22:15 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

100 /100 ENGLISH ADVERBS

how
so
then
there
no
now
just
very
where
too
also
well
again
why
here
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>

, 10 2014 . 17:52 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



Strawberry [ˈstrɔːbri] -
Barberry [barbery] -
Cowberry [ˈkaʊbərɪ], foxberry -
Elder-berry [ˈeldəberi] -
Cherry [ˈtʃeri] -
Sweet cherry [swiːt ˈtʃeri] -
Crowberry [krəʊberi] -
Bog bilberry, whortleberry, blueberry [bɒɡ ˈbɪlbəri / ˈwɜːtlˌberɪ /ˈbluːbəri]-
Blackberry [ˈblækbəri] -
Wild strawberry [waɪld ˈstrɔːbri] -
Arrowwood, snowball, guilder [ˈærəʊwʊd / ˈsnəʊbɑːl / ˈɡɪldə] -
Cranberry [ˈkrænbəri] -
Gooseberry [ˈɡʊzbəri] -
Raspberry [ˈrɑːzbəri] -
Cloudberry [ˈklaʊdˌberɪ] -
Sea-buckthorn [siː ˈbəkˌθɔːn] -
Ashberry [æʃ ˈberi], rowan(berry) [ˈrəʊən ˈberi]-
Black chokeberry [blæk tʃəʊk ˈberi] -
White currant [waɪt ˈkʌrənt] -
Red currant [red ˈkʌrənt] -
Black currant [blæk ˈkʌrənt] -
Bearberry [beəˈberi] -
Bilberry, whortleberry [ˈbɪlbəri / ˈwɜːtlˌberɪ]-
Hip [hɪp] -
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>

, 06 2014 . 08:43 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



a number of -
all at once -
all kinds of / all sorts of - ,
all over again -
along with -
as a whole -
as best one can -
as far as / as long as / as much as - ,
as far as possible -
as soon as - /
as well - / ,
at all costs /at any cost (price) -
at every turn - ,
at least - , ,
at most - ,
best part of something -
bit by bit / little by little - , -
fed up with -
for free -
go too far -
good deal of -
in addition to -
more or less - , , -
next to nothing -
nothing but -
over and over (again) -
to a degree / to some degree -
up to -

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>, ! 25 )

, 03 2014 . 20:24 +
poohmargo [ + !]

, ! 25 )

      ,   :-)   . -, . -, , ,  ( " ":-)))) , ))) :-)

, , )))

  • Against the clock —  — « - »,   .
  • To eat one’s word —    ,    — .
  • Break a leg —   , - « »,   :  ,  !
  • The apple of one’s eye — ,   - « », -   .
  • To feel it in one’s bones — ,   , - .   ,   — .
  • When pigs fly — «   » «  ».   .
  • To scratch someone’s back and that someone will scratch in return — « ,    »,    :    ,    .
  • To walk a mile in my shoes —     , «   »,  - .
  • To cost an arm and a leg — , - .   , .
  • To count one’s chickens before they hatch —    ,  .   «   ».
  • It’s raining cats and dogs —    ,   ,  .
  • Rat race — « » —   , . «    »,  / — .
  • In a nutshell —    - ,   ,   .
  • The grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence) — « ».   ,    —   .
  • Quick and dirty —     «  ».
  • To shake a leg — ,   - : «!».
  • Not your cup of tea —    ,    - -   . «  »,   .
  • Curiosity killed the cat — . - —   ,    .
  • To take the cake —   , « » (  ). «   ».
  • A leopard cannot change its spots —   ,  «, »,      . ,   .
  • Blood, sweat, and tears — . «,  »:   « ».
  • Pushing the envelope — , -     .
  • To save your breath —  « »,      ,   .    .
  • To know where the bodies are buried —  ,   —    , : «, ».

 



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> -

, 03 2014 . 13:28 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

-

1. Excuse me vs Im sorry
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1.1 Excuse me . , - , : , / / .
Excuse me, could you tell me the time? , , ?
Excuse me, but this is my place. , .
Excuse me, where is the shop? , , ?
excuse me . , , , : .

1.2 Sorry . , . .
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:)

, 30 2014 . 11:36 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

awesome -
amazing - ,
adorable -
charming -
fantastic -
gorgeous -
great - ,
wonderful -
brilliant -
attractive -
beautiful - ,
good-looking -
handsome - ( )
lovely -
pretty - ( )
experienced -
hard-working -
efficient - , ""
talented, gifted - ,
confident -
brave -
clever, intelligent -
patient -
kind -
honest -
good-humoured -
outgoing -
friendly -
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25

, 25 2014 . 12:08 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

25

That's all - ( ).

I'm through / finished - ( / ).

I see - . / .

That's none of your business - He . / He .

Shut up! - ! / !

I don't mind - .

I think so - .
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g>At the bank

, 13 2014 . 15:58 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

At the bank

There are some special words and phrases that we need to understand and be ready to use at the bank.

These phrases are the most important expressions that we use.

Intermediary-banking-services (401x299, 181Kb)

The cashier () is the person who serves you in a bank. They are usually behind a glass screen for security. In the US they are called 'tellers'.

A bank account ( ) is the record of how much money that you keep in the bank. There are many different kinds of account.

'Current account' ( ) means that you can take the money quickly whenever you want.

'High interest account' ( ) is another record of money that you keep in the bank for a long time. Every month the bank pays you a little money (interest) for keeping a lot of money in the account.

The balance () is how much money you have at one time in one account. You can ask 'I'd like to know the balance of my current account'.

A cash/debit card ( ) is another way to take out money. You put it in a machine, type some numbers and it gives you money.

A hole-in-the-wall() is the machine that you can take money from with a cash card. In the US, they are called A.T.Ms.

You have an overdraft ( ) when you take out more money than you have in your account. You have minus money (e.g. -50 pounds).

If you have an overdraft you are overdrawn (adjective) and we say that your account is 'in the red' ( ). In the black ( ) is the opposite.

A standing order ( ) is some money that the bank automatically pays to somebody from your account every month. In the UK, we often pay for gas / electricity / telephone like this.

Sometimes you need to put/place/deposit money into an account ( )

But mostly you use your cash card to withdraw money from an account ( )


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> , . , 2 ,

, 02 2014 . 10:31 +
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, . , 2 ,

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>100

, 28 2014 . 15:06 +
echeva [ + !]

100

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! -



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, 27 2014 . 09:00 +
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Come and see me on Sunday - .
I want to invite you to lunch. - .
Call any day you like. - , .
Would you like to have some coffee? - ?
Would you like to come for a walk? - ?
Would you care to come to my place and have a drink? - ?

 

" ":
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2 - .
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31 - -
32 -
33 -


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> : 9

, 18 2014 . 11:48 +
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, 07 2014 . 10:41 +
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, 06 2014 . 08:38 +
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- ""

, 25 2014 . 15:55 +
pmos_nmos [ + !]

- ""

: At what time does the shop open?       ?Can I order this online?         ?Can I try it on?       ?Can you wrap it, please? Its a gift.         ?  .Could you wrap it, please?    , .Do you accept credit cards?      ?Do you have a large?        L?Do you have a larger size?         ?Do you have a smaller size?         ?Do you have any bracelets?       ?Do you have anything cheaper?        - ?Do you have these jeans in size L?          / L?How does it fit?      ?How much does that cost?      ?How much is this?     ?How would you like to pay?       ?I cant find my size.         .I dont like this.       .I would like this.        .Id like another color.       .Id like to pay by credit card.       .Id like to pay in cash.       .Id like to return the purchase and get a refund.        .Ill have it, please.      .Im an extra large.      XL .Im looking for a sweater.      .Im looking for a white beach dress.        .Im sorry, we dont make exchanges without receipts. ,       .Im sorry, we make exchanges only if you bring the product back within fourteen days. ,       14   .Its too large.      .Medium size is too big for me.      -    .My size is XS.      - XS. Show me the dress.      .Thats too expensive.      .The biggest size is extra large/XL.       -  /XL.The fitting rooms are over there.      .These jeans are too small for me, can you bring me one size up please?    ,         ?These shoes are tight.      .This is not my size.       .This is size large.     L.This size fits me well.       .This size is big for me.      .This size is small for me.      .This t-shirt is too small for me, can you bring me a bigger one please?    ,       ?We dont have extra large.       XL.We have your size in another colour, do you want to have a look?        ,  ?What size are you?       ?What size is it?      ?Where can I buy it?        ?Wheres a cashier's desk?     ?
 
At what time does the shop open? — ?

Can I order this online? — ?

Can I try it on? — ?

Can you wrap it, please? It’s a gift. — ? .

Could you wrap it, please? — , .

Do you accept credit cards? — ?

Do you have a large? — L?
 
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, 20 2014 . 08:47 +
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, 09 2014 . 08:14 +
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http://vk.com/english_is_fun - . .

http://vk.com/philochko - .

Extra English - . , .

lingualeo.ru - , . .

- http://www.english-polyglot.com/ - , .

http://www.youtube.com/user/krutopridumal/videos - , .

ororo.tv - , , .

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By the way. - .
A drop in the bucket -
And so on and so forth - .. ..
As I said before. - ..
As innocent as a babe unborn -
As sure as eggs is eggs -
As to... (As for.) - .
Believe it or not, but - ,
Did I get you right? - ?
Don't mention it -
Don't take it to heart -
Forgive me, please, I meant well. - ,
He is not a man to be trifled with -
I am afraid you are wrong - ,
I didn't catch the last word -
I mean it -
I was not attending -
If I am not mistaken -
If I remember rightly -
In other words. -
In short. -
It does you credit -
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? - ?
Mind your own business -
Most likely -
Neither here nor there - ,
Next time lucky -
Nothing much -
Oh, that. That explains it -
On the one hand -
On the other hand -
Say it again, please - ,
That's where the trouble lies - !
Things happen -
What do you mean by saying it? - ?
What is the matter? - ?
Where were we? - ?
You were saying? - - ?


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The Internet –

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the Internet / the Net /'ɪntənet / –  
World-Wide Web (WWW) – " ",  
browser / 'brauzə / , - 
website / 'websaɪt / – -, - 
bookmarks / 'bukmɑːks / –  
favourites / 'feɪv(ə)rɪt s/ –  
links / lɪŋks / – ( ) 
download / 'daunləud / – , (-) 
search engine / sɜːʧ 'enʤɪn/ – , (. Google, Yandex ..) 


“@” ( “at”) – / æt / – ()
“.” ( “dot”) / dɔt / –  
“-” ( “hyphen” “dash”) – / 'haɪf(ə)n / / dæʃ / –
“_” ( “underscore”) – / ˌʌndə'skɔː / –
“/” ( “slash”) – / slæʃ / – ()
“\” ( “backslash”) – / 'bækˌslæsh / – ()

, e-mail . .

irina.sergeeva-komarova@mail.ru –irina dot sergeeva dash ( hyphen) komarova at mail dot ru

katya_387@ya.ru – katya underscore three eight seven at ya dot ru 

www.english-moscow.ru/free – www (/'dʌblju: //'dʌblju: //'dʌblju: /) english dash( hyphen) moscow dot ru slash free 
 


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Talking about the Net

Billy: Helen, how often do you use the Internet? 
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Helen: Oh, I use it every day! I check my email and chat with my friends. I love the Internet! And you? 
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Billy: No. ctually I’d rather look in the eyes of my friend than stare at the screen. So I don’t think that the Internet helps to communicate. It simply ruins real communication. 
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Helen: But what should I do if my friends are abroad and it’s too expensive for me to call them? 
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Billy: I think you should wait for their coming back. Because you miss them while they are away and you’ll be happy when they come back. 
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Helen: You’re right. Well, maybe I just got addicted to the Internet too much. 
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