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, 21 2014 . 20:29 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]





1 . It never occurred to me that... - , ...
2 . I meant only the best. - . 
3 . Tend to your own affairs. - . / . 
4 . Think it over. - . 
5 . Coffee? - If it is no bother. - ? - . 
6 . You are on the right track. - . . 
7 . Come on. Let's get this over with. - . 
8 . Whatever is to be will be. - , . 
9 . Here's what we'll do. - . 
10 . It beats me. - .
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:30 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



boil -  
fry -
stew-
grill -  
bake-  
chop-  
slice-  
dice-  
grate- ( ) 
knead-  
sift/sieve-  
drain- ( ) 
sprinkle-  
cover- ,  
roll out- () 
dip-  
mix-  
smash- ( ) 
add-  
peel-  
squeeze- () 
serve-
boil -  
fry - 
stew- 
grill -   
bake-  
chop-  
slice-   
dice-   
grate-  ( ) 
knead-   
sift/sieve-  
drain-  (   ) 
sprinkle-  
cover- ,  
roll out-  () 
dip-  
mix-  
smash-  ( ) 
add-  
peel-    
squeeze-  () 
serve-
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

:

, 21 2014 . 20:31 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



Get it? - ? 
What makes you so sure? - ? 
Are you nuts? - , ? 
How's that? - ? 
How come, (that) ...? - , ...? 
What have I got to do? - ? 
What's the use of? - ? / ?: 
What's the use of worrying? - ? 
Why worry him? - ? 
What if I refuse? - , ? 
Surely you can see that. - ? 
Surely you saw them. - ? 
What is it taking so long? - ? / ? 
What is going on (here)? - () ? 
Are you kidding? - ?: 
What makes you think (that) ...? - , ...: 
What makes you think I was there? => , ? 
Coming along? - ? / ( / )?: 
- Let's go to the bar. - . Coming along, Tom? . - . , ( )? 
What remains to be done? - ? 
Are you getting the picture?- ( / )? 
Make yourself clear - . 
So what? - ? ? 
Can you be more specific? - ? / ? 
What is this all about? - ? 
Who are they to judge us? - , ? 
What gave you that idea? - ? 
No fooling?- ? / ? 
But supposing... what then? - , ,..., ?:
The question now is ...? - ...?: 
So what's the hitch? - ? 
What is your point? - ? 
Can you manage it? - ?: 
Do you think I don't know what's been going on behind my back? - , , ? 
What is it to you? - - ? ? 
What's the hold-up? - ? 
How long did you hold office? / How long have you held office? - / ? 
Why not do smth. while we are about it? - - ?: 
How do you account for doing smth.? - / ?: 
How do you account for being late? - ? 
How can you be sure? - ? 
Is that why / where / what / ...? - / / / ...?:
Is that why they didn't invite us? - . 
Is that where you were? - . / ?
Why is it ...? - , ..,?: 
Are you out of your mind? - ? How so? - ?

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:32 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



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 a lie -
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 -
no matter -
point of view -
pro and con -
say one's say -
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 judgement -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - !
What for? - ?
What of it? - ?
You can take it from me -
eat one's words -
Enough of it -
go into details -
!

I dont care -   
I have no idea -   
I mean it! -  
I wish I knew -    !
It doesnt matter -   
It doesn't make sense -    
It doesn't prove a thing -    
It' s none of your business -   
It's a lie -  
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 -   
no matter -   
point of view -  
pro and con -   
say one's say -  
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 judgement -  
What are you driving at? -    ?
What are you talking about? -   !
What for? - ?
What of it? -    ?
You can take it from me -   
eat one's words -   
Enough of it -   
go into details -
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

- , .

, 21 2014 . 20:33 +
Manini [ + !]

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http://fibergraph.livejournal.com/13261.html

 

 


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,
alt alternate
     
beg begining
bet between
BO bind off
     
CA color A ( )
CB color B B ( )
contrasting color ,
CDD centered double decrease : , , .
CN cable needle
CO cast on ,
cont continue
cross 2 L cross 2 stitches to the left , , .
cross 2 R cross 2 stitches to the right , , .
     
dec decrease
DPN = DP double pointed needles , ,
     
edge st edge stitch
end on RS end on right side .
end on WS end on wrong side .
EON end of needle
EOR end of row
every other row

     
FC front cross
FL front loop
fol follow
     
G st garter stitch : - , .
grp(s) group(s) ()
     
inc increase
     
K knit
K tbl = K1 tbl = K1b knit through the back loop
K-B knit stitch in row below : , , .
K1f&B=KFB knit 1 stitch in the front , then in the back . : - , - .
K2 tog knit 2 stitches together .
K2 tog tbl knit 2 stitches together through the back loop .
KLL knit left loop : , , , .
KRL knit right loop : , , .
KSP knit, slip, pass : , , . .
K2SP knit 2, slip, pass : , , . .
     
LC = cross 2 L    
LH left hand
lp(s) loop(s) ()
LT left twist , , .
     
MB make bobble
MC main color
M1 make 1 . , , .
M1A make 1away : c . .
M1L = M1B make 1 front (left) : , .
M1R = M1B make 1 back (right) : , .
M1T = M1A make 1 towards : c . .
     
     
P purl
p tbl = P1 tbl = P1B purl stitch through the back loop
P-B purl stitch in the row below , , , . , .
P-wise purl wise
P1f&B = PFB purl 1 stitch front & back , .
P2tog purl 2 stitches together .
P2tog tbl purl 2 together through the back loop .
pat(s) = patt(s) pattern(s) ,
pm place maker
PSSO pass slip stitch over knit stitch .
PNSO pass next stitch over
prev previous
PU pick up stitch , .
     
RC = cross 2 R right cross  
rem remaining
rep(s) repeat(s) (),
rev St st reverse stockinette/stocking stitch : , .
RH right hand
rib ribbing . , K1 P1 rib - 11
rnd(s) round(s) ()
RS right side
RT right twist , , , .
     
seed st seed stitch
sk skip
SKP = SKPO = sl1, k1, PSSO slip, knit. pass , , .
SP2P slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slip stitch over : , , .
sl = S slip . , . , : .
sl1k = sl1 k-wise slip a stitch knit-wise .
sl1p = sl1 p-wise slip a stitch purl-wise .
slip knot   .
sp(s) space(s) , ()
SSK slip, slip, knit : , , .
SS slip stitch
SSK (improved) = sl1, sl1 p-wise, knit slipped sts tog   : , , .
     
SSP slip, slip, purl , : , .
SSSK slip, slip, slip, knit : , , .
st(s) stitch(es) ()
St st Stockinette/Stocking stitch : - .
     
TBL through back loop
tog together
     
WF wool forward : , , .
WON wool over needle : , , , .
WRN wool round needle : , .
WS wrong side
WYIB with yarn in back
WYIF with yarn in front
     
YFWD = YF yarn forward
YO = YFON = YFRN = YON =YRN yarn over .
YO2 = YO twice yarn over twice

 


 

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,
bl(s) block(s) : .
BPHDC back post half double crochet
BPTR back post triple
ch chain
cl cluster ,
DC double crochet
FPHDC front post half double crochet
FPTR front post triple
HDC half double crochet
HDCTBL half double crochet worked in the back loop
HDCTFL half double crochet worked in the front loop
hk hook
lp(s) loop(s) ,
p picot 3-4-
SC single crochet
TC triple (treble) crochet


Special thanks to
http://www.knittinghelp.com/
 

 

 

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:34 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



. - I have a migraine.
. - I have a headache.
. - I have a stomach ache.
. - I feel nauseous.
. - I have chills.
. - I have nausea.
. - I have fever.
, . - I've got a fever and a headache, and I feel dizzy and weak.
. - I have vomiting.
. - I vomited several times yesterday.
. - It hurts here.
. - I am bleeding.
. - I've got a terrible toothache.
/ . - I've got a terrible stomach ache / headache.
. - I have a sharp pain in my ear.
/ . - I have a pain in my back / chest.
. - I have a flu.
, , . - I have a sore throat and a runny nose, and I'm sneezing a lot.
. - I have been feeling dizzy and sweating a lot.
. - I have a bad cough and my chest hurts.
. - I have an allergy.
. - I'm allergic to .
. - My whole body hurts.
/ . - I've got a broken arm / leg.
/ . - I've got a dislocated arm / leg.
/ . - I have a burn / a cut.
. - I have a burn an insect bite.
  . - I have a migraine.
   . - I have a headache.
   . - I have a stomach ache.
 . - I feel nauseous.
 . - I have chills.
  . - I have nausea.
  . - I have fever.
     ,      . - I've got a fever and a headache, and I feel dizzy and weak.
  . - I have vomiting.
    . - I vomited several times yesterday.
   . - It hurts here.
  . - I am bleeding.
    . - I've got a terrible toothache.
     / . - I've got a terrible stomach ache / headache.
     . - I have a sharp pain in my ear.
     / . - I have a pain in my back / chest.
  . - I have a flu.
   , ,     . - I have a sore throat and a runny nose, and I'm sneezing a lot.
       . - I have been feeling dizzy and sweating a lot.
       . - I have a bad cough and my chest hurts.
  . - I have an allergy.
    . - I'm allergic to .
    . - My whole body hurts.
   / . - I've got a broken arm / leg.
   / . - I've got a dislocated arm / leg.
   / . - I have a burn / a cut.
  . - I have a burn an insect bite.
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

.

, 21 2014 . 20:35 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]




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 - (: " ")

 

Learn smth at one's mother's knee - -  
Mental food -  
Food for thought -
Be very quick in-  
Follow in smb's footsteps - -  
Go one's own way -  
In doing we learn - ,  
An idle brain is the devil's workshop - -  
Work by fits and starts - ,  
Be head over ears in work -  
Busy one's brains about smth - - 
Stuff smb's head with smth - - - 
Stuff smb's memory with smth - -  
From cover to cover -  
Hammer into smb's head - -  
Show promise -
She should go far -  
A walking dictionary \ encyclopedia - ,  
Reap the fruits of smth - - 
Under pressure - ,  
Turn a deaf ear to smth - -  
In (at) one ear and out (at) the other - ,  
It's never late to learn -  
He, who makes no mistake, makes nothing - ,  
Little knowledge is a dangerous thing -  
Knowledge is power - -  
Live and learn - -  
Better untaught than ill taught -  
Like teacher, like pupil - ,  
Study under smb -  
Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain - , ,
 


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 - . (.: " ")

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

.

, 21 2014 . 20:37 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]





? - Have a toddle? 
? - Have a date? (Date somebody)? 
? - Have been waiting long for me? 
- Quite a bit 
- Wrong time you pick to saunter 
- That sucking (fucking) weather is a kink for shuffling (snailing) 
! ! - Crap!The most on weather! 
, - Crap. Stuff. Dogshit. Bullshit. Horseshit. Shit. 
() - A helluva gook around. 
! ! - Watch your step, you, hulky. 
! ! - Shit, you've caked me with mud 
- You've niggled me up belly-aching on me. (Got me down elegizing on me). 
- You get on my nerves 
? - You've blown your cool for piece of cake. 
() - You've got a miff for nothing. 
! - Just a helluva people around (here) 
, - I was near kicking off bulling through the crowd 
() - You're too much flappable. (high strung)
keep an eye on -
keep one's eyes open -
keep one's mind off smth -
keep one's word -
keep quiet -
keep somebody up to date -
keep the lid on -
keep to oneself -

 

- Off day
- I lot on you. I rely on you.
! - You've left me in the lurch
- It's a (real) pity
(, ) - See you (later, tomorrow)
- So long, bye
- Godd bye, bye-bye
? - When shall we cross (meet)?
- Spare me two minutes
... - I would like (I'd like)
? - Are you free tomorrow
? - Free this evening?
! - You're cool!
! - You're a strange dude!
- To mop around, to loll around, to nop about, to screw around, to fuck around, to lounge about, to lop about.
- To have a fat-city (To be in clover)
- To be in the cold
- To get eye popped (bugged) with surprise
, - To go/get banana, to go gaga, to go coocoo, to be off one'conk
- He doesn't have all his buttons
, - To phone, to make a call, to give a tinkle, to give a buzz, to make a buzz
- To go with a swing
- To overdo
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:37 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]




1 . I don't mind. - . 
2 . I think so. - . 
3 . You'll make it. - . 
4 . That's the whole point. - - . 
5 . Easy! - . . . 
6 . Calm down. - . 
7 . Don't worry. Relax. - He . . .
8 . It makes things easier. - ( / ). 
9 . I haven't given it much thought. - / . ( ) 
10 . It serves you / smb. right. - / - .
11 . You'll hear from me. - / . 
12 . It's going to be all right. - . 
13 . You bet! - !: 
14 . — Do you want me to help you? — You bet! — , ? — ! 
15 . Sounds good to me. - . 
16 . Time's up. - . 
17 . Hear me out! - ! 
18 . I couldn't reach you. - . 
19 . Let happen whatever would happen. - , . 
20 . It never crossed my mind (that)... - , ... 
21 . Don't mention that. - . 
22 . I don't give a damn / a shit - , : Let's hold to reason. Let's hold to reason. Let's hold to reason. 
23 . Tell him whatever you want, I don't give a shit. - , — . 
24 . Get out of my way. - . 
25 . Get lost. - . . . 
26 . You have a point there. - . / . 
27 . I mean it. - . / . 
28 . I want to buy your house. I mean it. - . .
29 . Let's get to the point. Let's hold to reason. - . 
30 . So far so good. - . 
31 . It's not that I don't... -He , ...:
32 . It was not that he didn't love her. -He , . 
33 . Don't be silly. - . . 
34 . You know better than that. - ( ). 
35 . Don't worry, I can make it on my own. - He , . 
36 . Not likely. Unless ... - , . ...: 
37 . No reason in particular. - . .:
38 . Why do you ask? — No reason in particular. 
39 . Suit yourself. - . . , .: 
40 . Suit yourself, but I've got a work to do and I won't go to Paris. - , - , . 
41 . It never occurred to me that... - , ...
42 . I meant only the best. - . 
43 . Tend to your own affairs. - . / . 
44 . Think it over. - . 
45 . Coffee? — If it is no bother. — ? — . 
46 . You are on the right track. - . .
47 . Come on. Let's get this over with. - . 
48 . Whatever is to be will be. - , .
49 . Here's what we'll do. - . 
50 . It beats me. - .

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

25 !

, 21 2014 . 20:38 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]

25 !

1. Women speak two languages - one of which is verbal. - . - . ©

2. You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation. - , . , . ©

3. An elegant woman is a woman who despises you and has no hair under her arms. - - , , . ©

4. After all these years, I see that I was mistaken about Eve in the beginning; it is better to live outside the Garden with her than inside it without her. - , . , , - . ©

5. Can you imagine a world without men? No crime and lots of happy fat women. - ? ! ©

6. If a girl looks swell when she meets you, who gives a damn if she's late? Nobody. - - , ? . © . .

7. A woman's hopes are woven of sunbeams; a shadow annihilates them. - . . ©

8. A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad. An optimist is a man who hopes they are. - - , , . - , . ©  

9. There are three things men can do with women: love them, suffer for them, or turn them into literature. - , : , - . ©

10. A woman's whole life is a history of the affections. - - . ©  

11. A man chases a woman until she catches him. - , . ©

12. Modern paintings are like women, you'll never enjoy them if you try to understand them.― - : , . ©

13. Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more. - , , - . ©
Begin English.

14. The strength of women comes from the fact that psychology cannot explain us. Men can be analyzed, women ... merely adored. - . - . ©

15. When God makes a beautiful woman, the devil opens a new register. - , . ©

16. Woman is the only creature in nature that hunts down its hunters and devours the prey alive. - - , . ©

17. There is no such thing as an ugly woman. - , . ©

18. My further advice on your relations to women is based upon that other motto of chivalry, "Serve all, love one" - : " - ". ©

19. I believe a strong woman may be stronger than a man, particularly if she happens to have love in her heart. I guess a loving woman is indestructible. - , , . , . ©

20. Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult. - , , , , . , . ©

21. A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong she is until she gets into hot water. - - . ,  
, . ©

22. Nature has given women so much power that the law has very wisely given them little. - , . ©

23. The less you notice them the more they chase after you. There's something perverse about women ... they're all masochists at heart. - , . - . - . ©

24. People may talk about the equality of the sexes! They are not equal. The silent smile of a sensible, loving woman will vanquish ten men. - ! . . ©

25. If thou makest a statement concerning women, lo, she shall immediately try to disprove it straightway. She goeth by contraries. - , : . . ©
 
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:39 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



 

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— Where is the book?

— It’s on the table.

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4.

,

, . , , . . —  , tongue-twisters. 

— Red leather, yellow leather.

— Red lorry, yellow lorry.

— Mixed Biscuits.

— Unique New York.

— Richard gave Robin a rap in the ribs for roasting his rabbit so rare.

— Sly Sam sips Sally's soup.

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- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:40 +
Aelios [ + !]

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- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:40 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]





, .

. - :

Were you really "ill" or just skipped your classes?
"" ?
:

.away!" .away." .away?"
.

Gross Domestic Product has increased by 7% (see Table 1).
7% (. 1).
, , :

I glanced on his Ferrari (what a beauty!) and started the conversation.
( !) .

(don't, didn't . .) .

-‘s:

Robert's room, dog's toy

(‘), ( -s):

pupils' uniform, doctors' salary
-‘s, :

children's rhyme, women's clothes


-‘s :
dentist's ( ), grocer's ( ), grandma's ( )
:

Dickens' books, Xerxes' army
:
Henry and Lena's son is really cute.

( , - mother-in-law) , . :

We saw all kinds of goods - carpets, ceramics, fabrics.
- , , .

, , :

pages 4-35
:

the Moscow-Saint Petersburg express
:

the famous painter-writer

.
( ) and, , , :

We have bought cabbage, watermelon, and some bananas.
, .
:
Berlin, the capital of Germany, formerly was divided into eastern and western part.
, , .
:
By the way, the rain has stopped.
, .
:
Agriculture, remaining the main sector of our economy, provides employment for millions of people.
, , .
, :
The weather was excellent, and we decided to play badminton outside.
, .

We arrived too late and were not allowed to board the plane.
.
:
The old book, which I had seen on the shelf of that bookshop, was gone.
, , .
, :
If you need this book so badly, I can lend it for a couple of days.
, .
:

"I don't understand what you are talking about," said Fred.
Fred said, "I don't understand what you are talking about."

"How do you do?" he inquired.
"How dare you!" exclaimed Ulrich.
:

‘Hello!' she purred.

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:41 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



hold all the cards -
hold back -
hold down -
hold in -
hold in check -
hold it - ! !; !
hold on - ()!; ()
hold out - ,
hold over -
hold that - ,
hold up - ,

 
At the cafe

(). I'm hungry (thirsty).
(). Let's go to a restaurant (cafe).
. Give me the menu, please.
! Bon appetit! / Have a nice meal!
. I want to try some national dish.
, ... Please, give me ...
... I'll have ...
. That's delicious.
. I don't like this.
... I recommend ...
? What will you recommend?
! Health and happiness!
, . Nothing more, thank you.
, . Bring the bill, please.
, . A glass of tea, please.
, . A cup of coffee, please.
... I'd like some...
.... ... juice.
.... ... milk.
... . ... mineral water.
... May I have some ..
" " Seeing doctor
() . I need a doctor (quickly).
, , . Please, get me a doctor.
. I'm not feeling well.
. It hurts here.
. It does not hurt here.
(). I feel better (worse).
(). I have a headache (stomach-ache).
. I have a high temperature.
. I feel dizzy.
. I have caught a cold.
? What medicine should I take?
- . I've got something in my eye.
. I have a tooth-ache.
? What do I owe you for the call?
? Where does it hurt?
. Open your mouth.
, . Cough, please.
() . Take a (deep) breath.
. Breath out.
. Don't breath.
. Lay down over here.
. I'll give you an injection.
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:42 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



.
( !)

Learn smth at one's mother's knee - -
Mental food -
Food for thought -
Be very quick in-
Follow in smb's footsteps - -
Go one's own way -
In doing we learn - ,
An idle brain is the devil's workshop - -
Work by fits and starts - ,
Be head over ears in work -
Busy one's brains about smth - -
Stuff smb's head with smth - - -
Stuff smb's memory with smth - -
From cover to cover -
Hammer into smb's head - -
Show promise -
She should go far -
A walking dictionary encyclopedia - ,
Reap the fruits of smth - -
Under pressure - ,
Turn a deaf ear to smth - -
In (at) one ear and out (at) the other - ,
It's never late to learn -
He, who makes no mistake, makes nothing - ,
Little knowledge is a dangerous thing -
Knowledge is power - -
Live and learn - -
Better untaught than ill taught -
Like teacher, like pupil - ,
Study under smb -
Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain - , ,
DOG !
( !)

jolly dog - ; ;
lucky dog -
lazy dog -
top dog - " ", ,
dead dog - " ", ,
dog's age -
dog's breakfast / dinner - . .
dog in the manger -
to go to the dogs - ,
to help a lame dog over a stile - -.
to throw to the dogs -
to put on the dog - . ,
dog-and-pony show - . . ,
dogs of war - ,
(as) sick as a dog - . .
attack dog - ,
in the doghouse - . ,
dog eat dog -
dog days - ; 
dog in a blanket -
puppy love - ( , , )
,
( !)

Which road should we take? - ?
Will you show me on the map? - .
How can I drive to ....? - ....?
How many miles is it to ....? - ....?
I need a map of highways. - .
Where are we now? - ?
Is there a speed limit? - ?
Where can we park? - ?
Where is a filling station? - ?
Fill it up 5 gallons of petrol. - 5 .
I need oil. - .
Change the oil. - .
We need a mechanic. - .

 

 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:42 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



 
follow the fashion -
have one's own style -
look good -
trendy -
up-to-date -
fashionable -
old-fashioned-
dress-up -
well-dressed -
cotton -
denim -
jersey -
leather -
linen -
nylon -
polyester -
silk -
suede -
tartan -
velvet -
wool -
woolen -
I guess that is it! - , !
Hold it!- ! !
You bet!- . ! !
Let's make things clear!- ! !
You're welcome!- ! !
We are in a need of ..- ..
Disorderly conduct - ().
Neither of us -
That will do....!That'll do! - ! !
I'm ready give it up! - ()!
Excuse me! - , . .
You're on your own! - ! !
That's (quite) right! - , ! !
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:43 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



:

? - How can I get to this place from here?
? - Which line goes to Chicago?
? - How much for a ticket to Paris?
? - What is the fare to Rome?
. - I would like a ticket to London.
. - I would like two tourist class tickets.
. - I'd like to reserve a seat on this train.
? - Do I have to change trains?
? - Where should I change trains?
? - Which platform does the train depart from?
. ? - I missed the train. When does the next one depart?
? - Is this a direct train to Humburg?
? - This train goes to London, doesn't it?
. - How long is the delay?
? - Is this train an express or a local?
? - Is there a dining car?
- ? - Is the dining car at the front or rear of the train?
? - Is this seat taken?
, . - I think this is my seat.
. - I prefer a seat by the window.
( ) - It is very hot (cold) here.
? - May I open the window?
? - Where are we passing now?
? - How long does the train stop here?
? - Where is the next stop?
? - Which stop should I get off at?
? - How many stops from here?
? - How late does the subway run?

-...
?

to lose heart - //
doleful - , , , ,
to be in the dumps - /  
to be down in the mouth - /
to wring one's hands - / /
to touch/ hit a nerve - /
to tear one's hair out - ( , , )
to be on the rack - / 
to draw a blank - /
a cross to bear - ////
It is a dog's life. - .
miserable - ,
to go though hell - /
cry one's eyes out -
face like a wet week-end -
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:43 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



WHAT TIME IS IT? 

It's. 
9.00 - nine o'clock 
9.05 - five past nine 
9.10 - ten past nine 
9.15 - quarter past nine ['kwɔː:tə pɑ:ːst naɪn] 
9.20 - twenty past nine 
9.25 - twenty-five past nine 
9.30 - half past nine [hɑ:ːf pɑːst naɪn] 

9.35 - twenty-five to ten 
9.40 - twenty to ten 
9.45 - quarter to ten 
9.50 - ten to ten 
9.55 - five to ten 
10.00 - ten o'clock

 

She doesn't have a car. She gets around by bicycle, bus, or taxi.

get up - (-); ; ( ); ( . .); ; ( , );; ; ; ( );; ; (); ; ; ( , , ); ( , , ); (get up past smb's knee yhw); (); ( , ); 

get around - (, to get around a defender Tamerlane); ; ; ; -. 
(a law, etc. ); .
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:44 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]





Thanks for your quick reply. - .
Apologies for the delay. - .
Sorry for the delay with the answer. - .
Thank you for your letter. - .
We thank you for your letter of the 10th of July. - 10- .
We thank you for your inquiry of the 10th of July. - 10- .
Due to the fact that... - , ...
In reply to your letter of the 25th of May... - 25- ...
In answer to your letter of the 25th of May... - 25- ...
Further to our letter of the 11th of January... - 11- ...
In response to your cable... - ...
In response to your telex... - ...
All whom it may concern... - , ...
In accordance with the terms of our agreement... - ...
In conformity with your instruction we ... - , ...
We are writing to inform you... - ...
Kindly note that... - , , ...
I regret to inform you... - , ...
I have been informed that... - , ...
We are forced to inform you... - ...
We wish to draw your attention to the following: - :
We draw your attention to the fact... - ...
We confirm that... - , ...
We acknowledge the receipt of... - ...
We have received your letter of... - ...
We have learnt with regret of... - ...
We have learnt with regret about... - ...
We regret to hear of... - ...
We regret to hear about... - ...
We are surprised to learn that... - , .
Regarding your letter of... - ...
Will you please notice that... - , ...
Please note that... - , ...
Please take notice that... - , ...
Please inform us about... - ...
    . 

Thanks for your quick reply. -     .
Apologies for the delay. -   .
Sorry for the delay with the answer. -     .
Thank you for your letter. -     .
We thank you for your letter of the 10th of July. -       10- .
We thank you for your inquiry of the 10th of July. -       10- .
Due to the fact that... -  , ...
In reply to your letter of the 25th of May... -       25- ...
In answer to your letter of the 25th of May... -       25- ...
Further to our letter of the 11th of January... -       11- ...
In response to your cable... -     ...
In response to your telex... -     ...
All whom it may concern... - ,    ...
In accordance with the terms of our agreement... -      ...
In conformity with your instruction we ... -     , ...
We are writing to inform you... -       ...
Kindly note that... - , , ...
I regret to inform you... -  ,   ...
I have been informed that... -  , ...
We are forced to inform you... -    ...
We wish to draw your attention to the following: -       :
We draw your attention to the fact... -       ...
We confirm that... -  , ...
We acknowledge the receipt of... -   ...
We have received your letter of... -     ...
We have learnt with regret of... -     ...
We have learnt with regret about... -     ...
We regret to hear of... -     ...
We regret to hear about... -     ...
We are surprised to learn that... -    , .
Regarding your letter of... -    ...
Will you please notice that... -   , ...
Please note that... -  , ...
Please take notice that... -  , ...
Please inform us about... -    ...
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:45 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



, , :

What if - , . 
Go ahead - ,  
if I were you. - . 
you had better. -  
had rather -
what's the use of -  
at full blast / at full power - ,
be in touch / keep in touch / get in touch - / /  
when it comes to -  
it's all over with. - .  
feel one's way - ,  
be careful not to - , . 
get together -  
get the better of / get the best of -  
near at hand -
do away with something - ,  
put an end to - -
do a job on something - ,  
do one's best -  
do with / do without - - / - 
have / get a grip on - / - 
get a move on / get rolling / get going / get cracking - ,  
have a thing about - , - 
make a fuss -
put in order -  
put in order -  
set right / put right - - ,  
be at pains / take pains -  
on one's own -  
to the bone -

.

It's fine. - .
It's a good idea. - .
I mean it. - .
Not bad. - .
Most likely. - .
By the way. - .
That's right. - .
Time after time. - .
It's not serious. .
In other words. - .
It's not important. - .
In short. - .
As soon as possible - .
May I ask you a question? - ?
That explains it. - .
As to... - ...
As for... - .
It's enough. - .
It's not worth it. - .
Same to you! - !
You wanna talk about it? - ?
I don't want to do this. - .
I figure it's the least I can do. - , , .
A drop in the bucket. - .
And so on and so forth - .. ..
I've got to go. - .
As I said before. - .
As innocent as a babe unborn - .
As sure as eggs is eggs. - , .
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 was not attending. - .
If I am not mistaken. - .
If I remember rightly. - .
It does you credit. - .
It doesn't matter. - .
It is new to me. - .
Let us hope for the best. - .
Mind your own business. - .
Neither here nor there. - , .
Next time lucky. - .
Nothing much. - .
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? - - ?
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:46 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



, AT

1. rejoice at smth - -
2. look at smth / smb - - / -
3. shoot at smth / smb - -/-
4. smell at smth - -
5. swear at smb - -
6. throw at smb - -
7. drive at smth - -
8. connive at smth- -
9. shout at smb - -
10. hint at smth - -
11. arrive at smth - -
12. aim at smth - -
13. knock at smth - -

- active 
, - ambitious, high-flying 
- reckless 
- light-hearted, easygoing 
- furious 
- strong-willed 
- grumbling 
- proud 
- humane 
- kind 
- greedy 
- acrimonious 
- cruel 
- envious 
- unsociable 
, - arrogant 
- angry 
- ideal, perfect 
- capricious, fretful 
, - sly 
- lazy 
- lying, mendacious 
- personality 
- curious 
- disgusting 
- impertinent 
, - reliable 
- importunate 
- naive 
, ( ) - naughty 
- touchy 
- mischievous, naughty 
- he is a man of (strong) character 
- optimist 
- witty 
- courageous 
- responsible 
- responsive 
- passive 
- pessimist 
- positive 
- complaisant 
- indifferent 
, - smart 
- uninhibited 
- sober-minded, reasonable 
- realist 
- harsh 
- self-critical 
- selfish 
- serious 
- attitude of mind, mentality 
- modest 
- brave 
- fair, impartial 
- talented 
- temperament 
- patient 
- calm, quiet 
- tolerant 
- stupid, dull 
- clever 
, - intelligent 
- stubborn 
- cynical 
- sensitive 
- generous
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 21 2014 . 20:46 +
OlgaVladimir [ + !]



KIDS' JOY!

play hide-and-seek -
play the game of tag -
play patty-cake -
playground -
slide -
a sand-pit -
swing -

Major international traffic signs:

right bend -
double bend -
roadway narrows -
stop at intersection -
no entry -
no U-turn -
passing prohibited -

direction to be followed -
one-way traffic -
two-way traffic -
yield -
priority intersection -

falling rocks -
overhead clearance -
signal ahead - ( )
school zone -
pedestrian crossing -
roadwork ahead -
slippery road -

railroad crossing -
deer crossing -  
steep hill - /
bumps - /
closed to bicycles -
closed to motorcycles -
closed to trucks -
closed to pedestrians -

passing prohibited -
customs -
oncoming vehicles priority -
sound signals prohibited -
minimum safety space -
end of all bans (except parking stopping) - ( )
stopping and parking prohibited -
no parking -
mandatory right turn ahead - ()
snow chains obligatory -
parking (color indicates zone) - ( )
one-way street -
no through road -
facilities for handicapped -
garage -
 
compliment - , ,
retirement - ,
judgment - , , ,
pavement -
sentiment - , ,
embarrassment - ,
statement -
apartment -
experiment -
replacement-
 
keep fit - (. )
be in a good shape -
do physical exercise / work out-
go to the gym -
go jogging -
do youga -
inhaler [inale]/ breath in-
exhaler [ɛgzale] breath out -
push-up -
squat -
sit up - ()
stretch -
 
TIME

take your time -
it's high time to go to bed -
spend time - ( )
waste time -
time flies! - !
chance of a lifetime - ,
have a good time -
for a long time - /
tell the time - ( )
what time is it? - ?
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 09 2014 . 18:30 +
allxandra [ + !]



3891856_Drawn_wallpapers_Tourists_011081_ (700x437, 153Kb)Can I help you? — ?

I’d like to check in. — .
I have a reservation. — .
Your room is ready. — .
Is it possible to see the room? — ?
Yes, I’ll take it. — , .
What time is checkout? — ?

Where is the nearest bus stop? — ?
Where can I find the subway / underground? — ?
How can I get to … ? — …?
How far is it? — ?
How long does it take to get there? — ?
Which bus go to …? — …?

...
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

. -. 7-12 .

, 09 2014 . 05:39 +
_ [ + !]

. -. 7-12 .

, , .
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- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 09 2014 . 05:53 +
[ + !]

-

, , , :

-

-

-

-

-

-

- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

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, 09 2014 . 06:57 +
tatiana888 [ + !]



! — I don’t believe it!
! — My eyes must be deceiving me!
. — I must be dreaming.
! — It can’t be true.
! — You must be joking!
! — What a surprise!
! — Oh, my God!
! — Gosh!
? — What the hell is that?
? — What on earth are you talking about?
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

:)

, 19 2014 . 17:53 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

:
charming ,
engaging
confident -
happy
thoughtful -
amused -
proud -
pleasant [ 'plezənt ]
sweet ,
satisfied -
contented -
broad
cheering -
cunning
faint
ironical
sad
strained ,
wry
enigmatic [ enig'mætik ]

P.S. Did you smile today?:)
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50 .

, 24 2014 . 15:09 +
anngol [ + !]

50

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1 . I don't mind. - .
2 . I think so. - .
3 . You'll make it. - .
4 . That's the whole point. - - .
5 . Easy! - . . .
6 . Calm down. - .
7 . Don't worry. Relax. - He . . .
8 . It makes things easier. - ( / ).
9 . I haven't given it much thought. - / . ( )
10 . It serves you / smb. right. - / - .
11 . You'll hear from me. - / .
12 . It's going to be all right. - .
13 . You bet! - !:
14 . — Do you want me to help you? — You bet! — , ? — !
15 . Sounds good to me. - .
16 . Time's up. - .
17 . Hear me out! - !
18 . I couldn't reach you. - .
19 . Let happen whatever would happen. - , .
20 . It never crossed my mind (that)... - , ...

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, 05 2014 . 14:06 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

to squeeze -
to squeeze juice -

to crumple -
to crumple the paper -

to squash -
to squash tomato -

to press -
to press the button -

to wring -
to wring a towel -

to crush - ,
to crush the rebellion -
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- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

English Blog.

, 05 2014 . 14:07 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

English Blog

, , :) , , . , , ( ) , , , etc. English Blog. Welcome, :)

http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/english_blog
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. !

, 06 2014 . 14:49 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

. !

. !

at best -
It will give us three or four days at best. - .

at first:
At first he refused to go with us. - .

at first sight -
It was love at first sight. - .

at home, at school, at work - , , :
She is at home. Her son is at school. Her husband is at work.
. .

at last - , -
We are free at last! - - !

at least -
I need at least two days to prepare for the meeting.
, .

at noon, at night, at midnight - , / , : er Her train arrives at noon.
.

at once - c,  
Ask him to come at once. - .

by chance -
I met him by chance. - .

by heart -
Learn the dialogue by heart. - .

by mail, by e-mail - ,
I sent the report by mail. - .

by mistake -  
I did it by mistake. - .

day by day; day after day; day in, day out - , , :
He worked hard all his life, day in, day out.
, .

do homework -
She has already done her homework.
.

face to face - ; :
Let's sit down and discuss this question face to face.
.

go by bus, by plane, by train, by car - , , ,
We will go there by bus. - .

go to bed -
It's time to go to bed. - .

go to church - (): 
They often go to church. - .

go to school, go to college - / ,
She wants to go to college. - .

go to work - ,
He goes to work every day. - .

have breakfast, have dinner - ,
We had breakfast at eight o'clock.
.

have fun -
Have fun! - !
 
 
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

To Hear or To Listen?

, 06 2014 . 15:42 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

To Hear or To Listen?

Hear =

Listen (to) =
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Begin English. .

, 13 2014 . 23:18 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

Begin English. .

1. ['hæpɪ] - c,
I'm very happy for you. - . 
I'd be more than happy to help. - .
I am not quite happy about / with your idea. - .
You don't look very happy today. - - .

2. SAD [sæd]- ,
Why is he looking so sad? - ?
It is sad to be alone. - .

3. ANGRY ['æŋgrɪ]- c
She was angry with me for being late. - .
Her words made him angry. - Ÿ .

4. FRIGHTENED ['fraɪt(ə)nd]-
What are you frightened of? - ? 

5. SNEAKY ['sniːkɪ]- , ,
It's a sneaky way of getting people to buy something they don't need. 

6. SURPRISED - [sə'praɪzd] -
I am surprised at you. - .

7. SHY [ʃaɪ] - , ,
He is shy of cameras. - . 

8. UPSET [ʌp'set]- ,
She was upset to learn of their attitude. - , . 

9. HEEKY ['ʧiːkɪ]- ,
Don't be so cheeky! 
heeky monkey - ,

10. SLEEPY ['sliːpɪ]- c
She was tired and sleepy. - , .
- ! Ganzes Leben soll man lernen/English. A .

/Useful Words to Describe Personality.

, 16 2014 . 10:33 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

/Useful Words to Describe Personality

Positive traits of character :

affable -
bright -
cheerful -
friendly -
genial -
generous -
gregarious -
sociable -
sunny - ,
warm -


Negative traits of character:

aloof - ,
bitter -
cold -
cynical -
dour -
scathing - ,
spiteful -,

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, 17 2014 . 16:23 +
tatiana888 [ + !]





1. what — ?, .

what kind of/ what type of «?» ( , , ). : . - : ?.
what colour — « ». , .
what … for - « ?» — , .
what… about — « ?»
what … with — »?»
since what time — « ?»
what time — « ? ?»
what/which /what kind of - »?» , , — . what: what books, what question. : — , — .
what is…/who is — ? . , , , .
What kind of people did you met? — ? ( : , , — )

What people are they? — ? ( ?)( : , , - )

Which people would you like to live with: funny or serious? — : ? ( ?)

What is your brother? — My brother is a doctor. — ? — .

Who is your brother? — My brother is Max. — ? - .

What is this crazy man talking about? — ?

2. who - ?

who/ what - / — , — .
who …by — ?
why … at — ?
who… from — ?
who …for — ? ? ?
who … about — ?
who … with — ?
What is being built near our office? — ?

Who has signed the letter by? — ?

3. why — ?

4. where/ where from — , / ?

5. when — ?

Why did you come home late yesterday? — ?

Where is your boyfriend from? — ?

When will you pass the final exam? — ?

4. whom — ? - . , .

whom …to — ?
whom … by — ?
whom… from? — ?
whom … with — ?
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Whom did you show the note to? — ?

Whom did you travel with? — ?

Whose cell-phone is that? — ?

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how many/ how much — ? - , , — .
how often — ?
how old — ?
how long — ? ?
how far — ?
How many books did you buy? — ?

How much salt have you put into the soup? — ?

How long have you been living in the village? — ?

How old is this book? — ?

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Which metal is heavier: iron or gold? — : ?

Which of you translate into English better? — ?



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Who are these men? — ?

What kind of people live here? — ?

Which book is sold? — ?

Whose picture won the prize? — ?

How many students have come today? — ?

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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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