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>Practical Idioms...

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Practical Idioms...

 


I'd be the last (person) (to do smth) –  ( -); ( -)

I’d rather not –  ;  , ;

I’ll buy it (!) – !; ( )

I’ll say this much –  ,

(well,) I’ll see –  ; ;

I’ll tell the world –  ; ,

I’m blessed –  !

I’ve heard that one before! –  !; !  

If a day/it was a day –  ;

If I were you –  (, )

If my memory does not fall me/serves me right – 

If one values one’s life –  ;

If you will be so kind –  ;

In all frankness/in all honesty –

In smb’s book –  -

In a nutshell –  ;

It goes without saying –  ; ;

It is idle to deny ect. (that) –  ;

It is safe to say/to bet etc – 

It remains to be seen –  - ;  

It takes the cake! –  !; !

It will be all right on the night –  !; !

It’s a bargain –  !; !

It’s a bit off –  ; !

It’s a cinch (that) –  ; , e

It’s a mercy –  !

It’s no skin off your back/nose ect –  !

It’s not my funeral – ;  


 



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Practical Idioms...2

, 18 2011 . 22:34 +
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Practical Idioms...


Last but not/by no means least – ,

Leave it at that –  ()

Legally speaking –   

Let alone –  ( -/-)

Let chance decide – , !

Let it be said – ; ;

Let that be the least of your worries – 

Let this cup pass from me –  !; !

Let us have done with it –  !;  !

Let us return to our muttons – 

Let your yea be yea! –  !

Let’s call it a day –  , !; !

A little bird told me – - ;

Lo and behold! –  !, !; !

The long and the short of it –  ;

Look live/sharp! – ;




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Practical Idioms.. 3

, 21 2011 . 10:30 +
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Practical Idioms...

 


Naming no names

Naughty, naughty! – !; !

The nays have it – ( )

Never is a long day/time/word – !; !

Next (please)! – !; ?

Next to

Night, night – ! ( )

No entry except on business – !

No hard feeling – ;

No offence (intended/meant) – !; !

No, repeat, no – ; ,

No such thing – !; !

No sweat – ; !

No, a thousand times no – ,

None any too/ not altogether – ;

None of your (little) games! – !; !

Not by a great deal! – !; !

Not for the love of me – !

Not to put a fine point/upon it – ;

Not a syllable! – !; !; !




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>Practical Idioms... 4

, 21 2011 . 10:35 +
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Practical Idioms...

 


Make it snappy – !; !

To take matters worse – ; ;

Make yourself at home

Marry come up! – !

May all your future troubles be (but) little ones – ! ( )

May I have the honour? – ( )

May it please your honour! – ;

May success attend/wait upon you! – !; !

May (very) well – ;

Mayday (. m’aidez)! – ! ( )

The mind boggles – /

Mind my words! – !

Mind your own affairs/business – !; !

Mind your tongue! – !; !

More or less – -; ;

More power to your elbow! – !

Much less – ;

Mum’s the word! – ; ; !

My hat! – !; !; !

My service to you – ! ()

My word upon it – !




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gonna = am going to, a = going to (i’m a = i’m going to)

gotta = have got to,

wanna = want to,

dunno = don’t know,

gimme = give me,

lemme = let me,

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>The Barber of Siberia (1998)

, 04 2011 . 21:44 +
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The Barber of Siberia (1998)

 

The Barber of Siberia (1998)







1 hour and 26 min.


Julia Ormond - Jane Callahan
Richard Harris - Douglas McCraken
Oleg Menshikov - André Tolstoi
Aleksei Petrenko - General Radlov
Marina Neyolova - Mama lui Andrei Tolstoi
Vladimir Ilyin - Captain Mokin



"The Barber of Siberia" is dedicated by Mikhalkov to Russian officers, and its main topic is the set of values regarded as the cornerstone of Russian mentality, culture and politics. Values like honor, truthfulness, and willingness to sacrifice one's life.

The plot is a love-story. Jane Callahan, a beautiful American, writes to her son, a cadet at a famous military academy, but who is he? Her memories take us back 20 years to when she arrived in Russia to assist Douglas McCracken, an obsessive engineer who needs the Grand Duke's patronage to sponsor his invention, a massive machine to harvest the forests. On her travels, she meets two men who will change her life forever: a handsome young Andrey Tolstoy with whom she shares a fondness for opera, and the powerful General Radlov who is entranced by her beauty and wants to marry her.

Tolstoy and Radlov, much to the surprise and indignation of the latter, become rivals for Jane's love. She confides a deep secret to Tolstoy, promises to marry him, and together they spend a passionate night of love. But later he overhears Jane denying her interest in him to the General. Distraught, Tolstoy attacks the General who arrests his young rival on false charges and banishes him to Siberia. To 7 years of hard labor and 5 years of isolation.



Jane never gives up hope of finding Tolstoy, her true love. After ten years later, although by now married to McCracken, she returns to Russia to discover where he lives in Siberia. She goes to his home, where she finds that Tolstoy is married and has children. She leaves from there taking with her the secret of her true love which will forever tie her and her son to the huge mysterious country.

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Marilyn Monroe interview... and more (1954)

, 10 2011 . 18:02 +
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Marilyn Monroe interview... and more (1954) - (video)




Marilyn Monroe interview at Idlewild Airport circa 1954.






Better quality footage.sound. Marilyn interview about The Seven Year Itch


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Marilyn Monroe sings Happy Birthday to Kennedy





Marilyn Monroe sings to president Kennedy at his Birthday party in 1962.



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1930s movies: RAIN (USA,1932 -- English)

, 10 2011 . 18:11 +
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1930s movies: RAIN (USA,1932 -- English)

RAIN (1932 Movie)

Joan Crawford, Walter Huston, William Gargan, Beulah Bondi





(1:34)

Rain is a 1932 South Seas drama film directed by Lewis Milestone with portions filmed at Santa Catalina Island, California. The film stars Joan Crawford as prostitute Sadie Thompson and Walter Huston as a conflicted missionary who wants to reform Sadie, but whose own morals start decaying. Crawford was loaned out by MGM to United Artists for this film.

The plot of the film is based on the 1923 play Rain by John Colton and Clemence Randolph, which in turn was based on the short story "Rain" by W. Somerset Maugham. Actress Jeanne Eagels had played the role on stage. Other movie versions of the story include: a 1928 silent film titled Sadie Thompson starring Gloria Swanson, and the heavily sanitized Miss Sadie Thompson (1953), which starred Rita Hayworth.

A boat, which was en route to Apia, is temporarily stranded on the South Pacific island village of Pago Pago due to a possible cholera outbreak on-board. Discharging among others, Alfred Davidson, a self-righteous missionary, his wife, and Sadie Thompson, a prostitute. Thompson spends her time partying and drinking with the American Marines stationed on the island. Sergeant Tim O'Hara, nicknamed by Sadie as "Handsome", falls in love with her.

Her wild behavior soon becomes more than the Davidsons can stand and Mr. Davidson confronts Sadie, resolving to save her soul. However, when she rebels and dismisses his offer, Davidson has the Governor order her deported to San Francisco, California, where she had apparently committed a crime years earlier. She begs Davidson to allow her to remain on the island a few more days; her plan is to flee to Sydney, Australia. During a heated argument with Davidson, she apparently experiences a sudden religious conversion and agrees to return to San Francisco and the jail sentence that is waiting for her there.

The evening before she is to leave, Sergeant O'Hara asks Sadie to marry him and offers to hide her until the Sydney boat sails, but she refuses. Later, while native drums beat, the repressed Davidson succumbs to Sadie's allure and accosts her. The next morning, he is found dead on the ocean shore a suicide. Thompson switches back to her old self and goes off to Sydney with O'Hara to start a new life.

Cast (in credits order) Fred Howard as Hodgson Ben Hendricks Jr. as Griggs William Gargan as Sergeant Tim O'Hara Mary Shaw as Ameena Guy Kibbee as Joe Horn Kendall Lee as Mrs Robert MacPhail Beulah Bondi as Mrs Alfred Davidson Matt Moore as Dr Robert MacPhail Walter Huston as Alfred Davidson Walter Catlett as Quartermaster Bates Joan Crawford as Sadie Thompson

Rain was not well-received either critically or financially upon initial release. The unglamorous role for Crawford and bold story (religious hypocrisy being its main theme) caught Depression-era audiences off-guard.

Motion Picture Herald commented, "Because the producers have made such a strong attempt to establish the stern impressiveness of the story, it is rather slow. In its drive to become powerful, it appears to have lost the spark of spontaneity....Joan Crawford and Walter Huston are satisfactory."

Variety noted, "It turns out to be a mistake to have assigned the Sadie Thompson role to Miss Crawford. It shows her off unfavorably. The dramatic significance of it all is beyond her range.... [Director] Milestone tried to achieve action with the camera, but wears the witnesses down with words. Joan Crawford's get-up as the light lady is extremely bizarre. Pavement pounders don't quite trick themselves up as fantastically as all that. In commercial favor of Rain is the general repute of the theme and Miss Crawford's personal following, but the finished product will not help either."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rain_%281932_film%29



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1950s movies: Salt of the Earth (USA, 1954 - English)

, 10 2011 . 18:13 +
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1950s movies: Salt of the Earth (USA, 1954 - English)

Salt of the Earth (1954)






Salt of the Earth (1954) is an American drama film written by Michael Wilson, directed by Herbert J. Biberman, and produced by Paul Jarrico. All had been blacklisted by the Hollywood establishment due to their alleged involvement in communist politics.

The film is one of the first pictures to advance the feminist social and political point of view. Its plot centers on a long and difficult strike, based on the 1951 strike against the Empire Zinc Company in Grant County, New Mexico. In the film, the company is identified as "Delaware Zinc", and the setting is "Zinctown, New Mexico". The film shows how the miners, the company, and the police react during the strike. In neorealist style, the producers and director used actual miners and their families as actors in the film.

The film opens with a narration from Esperanza Quintero (Rosaura Revueltas). She begins: "How shall I begin my story that has no beginning? My name is Esperanza, Esperanza Quintero. I am a miner's wife. This is our home. The house is not ours. But the flowers... the flowers are ours. This is my village. When I was a child, it was called San Marcos. The Anglos changed the name to Zinc Town. Zinc Town, New Mexico, U.S.A. Our roots go deep in this place, deeper than the pines, deeper than the mine shaft..."

The issues the miners strike for include equity in wages with Anglo workers and health and safety issues. Ramon Quintero (Juan Chacon) helps organize the strike, but at home he treats his wife as a second-class citizen. His wife, Esperanza Quintero, pregnant with their third child, is passive at first and reluctant either to take part in the strike or to assert her rights for equality at home. She changes her attitude when the men are forced to end their picketing by a Taft-Hartley Act injunction. At the union hall, the women convince the men after a long debate that they should be allowed to participate and they join the picket line.

Cast

Professional actors Rosaura Revueltas as Esperanza Quintero Will Geer as Sheriff David Wolfe as Barton Mervin Williams as Hartwell David Sarvis as Alexander

The story of the film's suppression, as well as the events it depicted, inspired an underground audience of unionists, leftists, feminists, Mexican-Americans, and film historians. The film found a new life in the 1960s and gradually reached wider audiences through union halls, women's centers, and film schools. The 50th anniversary of the film saw a number of commemorative conferences held across the United States.

The "Salt of the Earth Labor College" located in Tucson, Arizona is named after the film. The pro-labor institution (not a college, per se) holds various lectures and forums related to unionism and economic justice. The film is screened on a frequent basis.

Around 1993, Massachusetts Institute of Technology linguistics professor and political commentator Noam Chomsky praised the film because of the way people were portrayed doing the real work of unions. He said, "[T]he real work is being done by people who are not known, that's always been true in every popular movement in history...I don't know how you get that across in a film. Actually, come to think of it, there are some films that have done it. I mean, I don't see a lot of visual stuff, so I'm not the best commentator, but I thought Salt of the Earth really did it. It was a long time ago, but at the time I thought that it was one of the really great moviesand of course it was killed, I think it was almost never shown."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_of_the_Earth



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1950s movies: Suddenly: Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason and Nancy Gates (1954, English)

, 10 2011 . 18:17 +
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1950s movies: Suddenly: Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason and Nancy Gates (1954, English)

SUDDENLY

(Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason and Nancy Gates (1954 Movie)






Suddenly (1954) is an American film noir directed by Lewis Allen with a screenplay written by Richard Sale. The drama features Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason and Nancy Gates, among others.

The tranquility of a small town is jarred when the U.S. President is scheduled to pass through and a hired assassin takes over the Benson home as a perfect location to ambush the president.

In post-war America, the President of the United States is scheduled to journey through the small town of Suddenly, California. Claiming to be checking up on security prior to his arrival, a group of FBI agents arrive at the home of the Bensons, which neighbors the station where the Presidential train is due to stop. However, they soon turn out to be assassins led by the ruthless John Baron (Frank Sinatra), who take over the house and hold the family hostage.

Sheriff Tod Shaw (Sterling Hayden) arrives with Dan Carney (Willis Bouchey), a Secret Service agent in charge of the President's security detail. When he does, Baron and his gangsters shoot Carney and a bullet fractures Shaw's arm.

Baron sends one of his two henchmen to double-check on the President's schedule but he is killed in a shootout with the police. Jud (James O'Hara), a television repairman, shows up at the house and also becomes a hostage. Pidge (Kim Charney) goes to his grandfather's dresser to fetch some medication and notices a fully loaded revolver which he replaces with his toy cap gun.

Baron is confronted by the sheriff on the risks and meaning of killing the President and Baron's remaining henchman begins showing some reluctance. For Baron, however, these are the very least of his concerns and it soon becomes clear that he is a psychopath whose pleasure comes from killing -- who and why he kills being the least of his problems.

A sniper's rifle has been mounted on a metal table by a window. Jud discreetly hooks the table up to the 5000 volt plate output of the family television. Pop Benson (James Gleason) then spills a cup of water on the floor beneath the table. Although the hope is that Baron will be shocked to death, his remaining henchman touches the table first and is electrocuted, firing the rifle repeatedly and attracting the attention of police at the train station as he struggles to free himself. Baron shoots Jud, disconnects the electrical hookup and aims the rifle as the president's train arrives at the station, but to his surprise, doesn't stop (having been alerted to the risk). Ellen Benson (Nancy Gates) shoots Baron in the chest and Shaw shoots him again. Baron's last words are, "Don't... please."

Cast Frank Sinatra as John Baron Sterling Hayden as Sheriff Tod Shaw James Gleason as Peter "Pop" Benson Nancy Gates as Ellen Benson Kim Charney as Peter Benson III (Pidge) Paul Frees as Benny Conklin, Baron's Accomplice (also TV announcer voice) Christopher Dark as Bart Wheeler Willis Bouchey as Dan Carney, Chief Secret Service Agent Paul Wexler as Deputy Slim Adams James O'Hara as Jud Kelly Kem Dibbs as Wilson Clark Howat as Haggerty Charles Smith as Bebop Dan White as Desk Officer Burg

In 1959, five years after the release of Suddenly, a novel was published which had a remarkably similar ending. This was The Manchurian Candidate written by Richard Condon, a former Hollywood press agent recently turned novelist. His book also features a mentally troubled former war hero called Raymond Shaw who, at the climax, uses a rifle with scope to shoot at a presidential candidate. Because of such strong similarities, it is now thought that Suddenly was one inspiration for Condon's Manchurian Candidate.

The Manchurian Candidate was released as a film in 1962, again starring Sinatra, but this time out to prevent an assassination being committed by Laurence Harvey.

Another person who was certainly aware of Suddenly, whether or not he ever saw it, was Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. The movie played at several New Orleans theatres for two months in the winter of 1954-55, at a time when Oswald was living there and was a 15-year-old borderline juvenile delinquent. In his teenage world, Oswald cannot have been ignorant of such a violent and sensational movie.

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Dance Me to the End of Love -- Leonard Cohen

, 14 2011 . 11:49 +
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Dance Me to the End of Love -- Leonard Cohen

"Dance Me To The End of Love" Leonard Cohen





Music video for Leonard Cohen's song "Dance Me To The End of Love" from his album "Various Positions.'

dance me to the end of love-Leonard Cohen
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Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin
Dance me through the panic 'til i'm gathered safely in
Lift me like an olive branch and be my homeward dove
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love

Oh let me see your beauty when the witnesses are gone
Let me feel you moving like they do in babylon
Show me slowly what i only know the limits of
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love
Me to the wedding now, dance me on and on
Dance me very tenderly and dance me very long
We're both of us beneath our love, we're both of us above
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love

Dance me to the children who are asking to be born
Dance me through the curtains that our kisses have outworn
Raise a tent of shelter now, though every thread is torn
Dance me to the end of love...



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Christmas coming... (Josh Groban)

Believe ~~ Josh Groban




Children sleeping, snow is softly falling
Dreams are calling like bells in the distance
We were dreamers not so long ago
But one by one we all had to grow up
When it seems the magic's slipped away
We find it all again on Christmas day

Believe in what your heart is saying
Hear the melody that's playing
There's no time to waste
There's so much to celebrate
Believe in what you feel inside
And give your dreams the wings to fly
You have everything you need
If you just believe

Trains move quickly to their journey's end
Destinations are where we begin again
Ships go sailing far across the sea
Trusting starlight to get where they need to be
When it seems that we have lost our way
We find ourselves again on Christmas day

Believe in what your heart is saying
Hear the melody that's playing
There's no time to waste
There's so much to celebrate
Believe in what you feel inside
And give your dreams the wings to fly
You have everything you need
If you just believe [x4]

Just believe

~~~
Josh Groban~~My December




Josh Groban ~~All I Want For Christmas Is You




JOSH GROBAN - THE CHRISTMAS SONG




O Holy Night by JOSH GROBAN (+ lyrics)




I'll Be Home For Christmas - Josh Groban



A video to introduce "I'll Be Home For Christmas" from Josh Groban's Christmas Album "Noel".
http://www.joshgroban.com/news



" Holidays":

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2 - שנה טובה 5772
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7 - !!!()
8 - Christmas coming... (Josh Groban)




" Christmas ":

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2 -
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6 - - . Jul i Norge ( I)
7 - Christmas coming... (Josh Groban)




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1 - Christmas coming... (Josh Groban)





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