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. "". 4.

, 19 2014 . 17:48 +
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. "". 4.

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: Green Card +

, 20 2014 . 22:55 +
Milendia_Solomarina [ + !]

: Green Card +

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




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BBC Learning English – , -. «6 minute English» ( ), Pronunciation tips (, )   The Flatmates – .

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Visual English: Kitchen

, 16 2014 . 17:30 +
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Visual English: Kitchen

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"English":
1 - Visual English: Kitchen
2 - Visual English: Everyday activities
3 - Visual English: In the city
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7 - Visual English: Office
8 - Visual English: Shopping
9 - Visual English:


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Basic Verbs

, 17 2014 . 18:06 +
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Basic Verbs

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Face

, 17 2014 . 18:08 +
English_Blog [ + !]

Face

 

 

 

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Let it go) Frozen

, 18 2014 . 14:41 +
poohmargo [ + !]

Let it go) Frozen



 

!!!)))

  (Frozen)- . ( ))

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The wind is howling like the swirling storm inside - (, - ,...  -) - )

 

Don’t let them in, don’t let them see ,

Can’t hold you back anymore - ? ...

The cold never bothered me anyway -

Turn my back and slam the door -

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Standing frozen in the life I’ve chosen 
You won't find me, the past is so behind me 
Buried in the snow  - 
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) . , ). . ))) - : Let it gooooooooouuuuuuuuuuuuu!yahoo
 
( :-).
 
howl -, howling -
swirl - ,
swirling -
relieved  - (. to relieve - )
conceal  - ,
fear  - ,  (, :-)
bother  - ,
grieve  -
buried -


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let's play with irregular verbs

, 21 2014 . 09:21 +
allxandra [ + !]

let's play with irregular verbs

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, 22 2014 . 21:37 +
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That's Greek to me!

, 25 2014 . 07:39 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

That's Greek to me!

That's Greek to me or It's (all) Greek to me is an idiom in English, expressing that something is not understandable.

It may have been a direct translation of a similar phrase in Latin: "Graecum est; non legitur" ("it is Greek, [therefore] it cannot be read"). This phrase was increasingly used by monk scribes in the Middle Ages, as knowledge of the Greek alphabet and language was decreasing among those who were copying manuscripts in monastic libraries.

The idiom is typically used with respect to the foreign nature, complexity or imprecision of verbal or written expression or diagram, often containing excessive use of jargon, dialect, mathematics, science, symbols, or diagrams. The metaphor makes reference to Greek (either ancient or modern), as an archetypal foreign form of communication both written and spoken.


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Language Exchange

, 25 2014 . 13:50 +
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Titled or Entitled?

, 26 2014 . 07:56 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Titled or Entitled?

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Therefore, both of these are correct:

I found a book entitled The Great Gatsby.
I found a book titled The Great Gatsby.

On a side note, its important to remember that entitled also has a different meaning, which titled doesnt share: to give someone a legal right or just claim to do something:

As human beings, we are entitled to basic rights and freedoms, regardless of gender, race, or religion.
This ticket entitles you to board this ship and take a voyage youll never forget.


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News is bad for you and giving up reading it will make you happier

, 27 2014 . 13:54 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

News is bad for you and giving up reading it will make you happier

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Vocabulary In Context . , . , .
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What time is it?

, 28 2014 . 09:21 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

What time is it?


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Visual English: Shopping

, 28 2014 . 09:26 +
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Visual English: Shopping

"Shopping"

... ?- Where can I buy...?
? - Where is the nearest supermarket?
?- Is there a market?
- ? - Can you recommend any good shops?
. - I am looking for a jewelry store.


! (.: ) - Can you help me?
. - I'm just looking.
, 42. - I'm looking for a leather jacket, size 42 (forty two).
, .- Show me this, please.
?- Can I look at it?
. - I want to try it on.
? - Where is the fitting room?
.- It doesn't fit.
. - It is too big.
() .- It is too small.
() .- It is too tight.
() ().- It is too loose.
. - I need one size smaller.
.- I need one size larger.
?- Is it washable?
?- Wiil it shrink?
? - Is it handmade?
( )?- Is it silk?
? - Is it cotton?
? - Is it wool?
. - I like it.
. - I don't like it.
, ? - May I see it working?
. - I'l take it.
. - I prefer this one.
. - I'll buy it.
, ?- Would you like it wrapped?
? - How much is it? / How much does it cost? / What is the price?
?- Can you write down the price?
. - That is too expensive.
. - The price is very high.
- ? - Do you have something cheaper?
? - Could you lower the price?
... - I'll give you...
...- No more than...
? - Do you give a discount?
.- I need a receipt.
?- Do you accept a credit card?
?- Does it have a guarantee?


.- I'd like my money back.
. - It's faulty.
.- It's broken.
. - It has hole in it.
.- I bought this here yesterday.
.- I want to return this.
? - Can I change it for another?



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"English":
1 - Visual English: Kitchen
2 - Visual English: Everyday activities
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6 - Visual English: Arts and crafts
7 - Visual English: Office
8 - Visual English: Shopping
9 - Visual English:
10 - Visual English: Cups and Glasses


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, 28 2014 . 23:57 +
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buy-bought-bought ()
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pay-paid-paid, ()
lay-laid-laid ()
think-thought-thought, ()
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Smell-smelt-smelt ! ()


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Some Idioms to describe people

, 29 2014 . 08:11 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



Some Idioms to describe people:

An early bird: someone who wakes up or arrives early.
A party animal: someone who enjoys going to parties.
An eager beaver: someone who works very hard and is very eager to do things.
A couch potato: someone who sits on a sofa or couch for several hours watching TV.

Can you think of some more?

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FREE DISCUSSIONS~ Topics to be debated

, 29 2014 . 08:12 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

FREE DISCUSSIONS~ Topics to be debated

Some of them are too primitive, but others might be used for conversational practice:)

1. The husband should bring most of the money in the family.
2. Women are less intelligent than men.
3. Football is for idiots.
4. Computers are very important in education.
5. Knowing English well is equivalent to a college degree.
6. The actual school system is not good.
7. Success in life means money.
8. Nationalism is a positive thing.
9. Talk shows on TV are useless and boring.
10. Husbands and wives should have the same educational level.
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History of the Union Jack

, 29 2014 . 19:36 +
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100 Ways to say "Great"

, 30 2014 . 19:08 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

100 Ways to say "Great":)

I knew 95 of them. Have never heard of top-notch, mind-boggling, splendiferous, stupendous and sterling (apart from pound sterling:)

What is your score?:)
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To Lay or to Lie?

, 31 2014 . 08:00 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

To Lay or to Lie?

There is often confusion over the verbs to lay and to lie.

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To ask

, 31 2014 . 08:01 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

To ask


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Phrasal Verbs: To Take

, 01 2014 . 23:09 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Phrasal Verbs: To Take


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Funny definition:)

, 01 2014 . 23:10 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Funny definition:)


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Countries and nationalities

, 02 2014 . 22:36 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Countries and nationalities




Full list can be found here:

http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/world-countries-nationality.htm


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Colons/

, 02 2014 . 22:40 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Colons/

Colons are used:

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1) To extend a sentence to expand on something previously mentioned in the sentence (e.g., I'm looking for just one personal trait: discipline.)

Think of a colon (:) as the language version of an equals sign (=) in mathematics. The information on the left of the colon equals the information on the right.

He blamed his divorce on one thing: beer.
(one thing = beer)

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phrasal verbs

, 05 2014 . 18:56 +
allxandra [ + !]

phrasal verbs

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STUDY PREPOSITIONS 2.

, 05 2014 . 18:58 +
allxandra [ + !]

STUDY PREPOSITIONS 2...

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study prepositions ..

, 05 2014 . 18:59 +
allxandra [ + !]

study prepositions ...

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- , . : at, in, for, to, with, on, off, out, ..

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He is in the office.

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13 )))

, 05 2014 . 19:01 +
allxandra [ + !]

13 )))

1. Virtually - ( )
2. Actually - ( )
3. Agency - , ( )

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face

, 06 2014 . 19:33 +
allxandra [ + !]

face



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