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, 01 2016 . 14:59 +
laura2012 [ + !]

,

,

1. How What?

: How do you call this in English?

: What do you call this in English?

How What , , ? . , .

2. I feel myself ( )

: I feel myself fine today.

: I feel fine today.

, myself (). , I feel well; I feel sick; I feel happy . I feel myself ( ), , .

3. Enough ()

: She spoke English enough well to get the job.

: She spoke English well enough to get the job.

, , . enough , , , . , :

Do you think hes old enough to watch that movie?

Weve done enough today.

, :

We had enough money to buy a ticket.

4. Normal ()

:

How are you?

Im normal, thanks.

:

How are you?

Im fine, thanks.

normal (), . , fine okay. Normal () - . , , , , , ( , , , !).

5. (scientist, scholar)

: Scientists study history so that humanity can learn from the past.

: Scholars study history so that humanity can learn from the past.

scientist scholar , . Scientist , , , (, , ..) (, , ..). Scholar , , , . scholar , , , . Scholar , scholarship (). scientist scholar: a scientist , , , , a scholar .

6. for, from, to, of

: I was waiting David on the theater.

: I was waiting for David at the theater.

, , , . , , , . , :

Depends on

Tired of

Divide into

, , , . :

To wait for someone -

To graduate from school

To listen to someone/music - /

To be afraid of someone/something - / -

Explain to someone -

To answer a question

, , , , :

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: on (, , , , DVD, , CD ..)

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7. City ()

: I am from Moscow city.

: I am from Moscow / the city of Moscow.

, (, -, ), . , . the city of (the city of London, the city of Boston, the city of Moscow), (New York City) . , , , .

I grew up in a small town in the state of New York, but now I live in New York City.

Although I have lived in Moscow for several years, my parents still live in a small town outside of the city but still in Moscow Oblast.

, , . , Salt Lake City Mexico City (-- ). , , , .

I visited Salt Lake City this summer.


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, 01 2016 . 14:59 +
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(, !)

all the same - /
all the way -
as a rule -
as if / as though -
as much - ,
as usual -
as well as - ,
at every step -
at that rate -
by all means / by any means - ,
by no means -
either way -
for a change -
for all the world -
for one's sake / for the sake of something - / -
for real - ,
from scratch - ,
hardest part about - -
however much -
in every sense of the word -
in spite of -
just in case -
just the same -
now that - , ,
on the one hand / on the other hand - c / c
or else -
so that - ,
so... as to - .
such and such - - -
such as -
that is why -
then again -
what about -
what it takes to - ,


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, 01 2016 . 14:58 +
laura2012 [ + !]





Do you have a hobby? ?
What sort of hobbies do you have? ?
What are you into? ?
What do you like to do in your free time? ?
Do you do anything for fun? - ?



In my free time I like to listen to music. .
Dancing is my favorite pastime. .
When I have some spare time, I watch TV. , .
When I get the time, I go to the cinema. , .
Knitting is my hobby. .
I relax by playing with my kids. , .
I dont like parties. .
I hate shopping. .
I cant stand boxing. .
Im not interested in comic books. .
Im not really into dance music. .


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, 01 2016 . 14:57 +
laura2012 [ + !]



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I say. - .
Look here. - .

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Thank you very much. - .
It was very kind of you to do it. - ( ).

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Excuse my being late. - .
I must apologize to you. - .
Forgive me, please, I meant well. - , , .

4.
I congratulate you. - .
Happy birthday to you. - .
Have a good time. - .

5. /
Let me introduce... - ...
Allow me to introduce (to present). - .
May I present... - ...

6.
Goodbye. - .
See you later. - .
I must be going. - .

7. ,
By the way... - ...
I have been thinking. - .

8.
You are getting away from the subject. - .
Keep to the point. - .

9.
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Skip the details. - .

10.
That's all there is to it. - , .
But enough of it.- , .

11.
I see. - .
I understand. - .

12.
Say it again, please. - , .
Is that the point? - ?

13. ,
That is not exactly what I mean. - , .
Let us clear it up. - .

14.
In other words. - .
I mean it. - .
I am coming to that. - .

15.
It stands to reason. - .
All right, I give in, you win. - , , .

16.
What has it got to do with the problem? - ?
You are carrying it too far. - .

17.
It does not make sense. - .
It does not prove a thing. - .

18.
Let us stick to facts. - .
It is not true to facts. - .

19.
That makes all the difference. - - .
That is quite a different thing. - .

20.
On the one hand. - .
On the other hand. - .
As to... / As for... (As far as...is concerned) - ...
Never the less. - .

21.
Yes, he did, he was. - .
Of course. Certainly. - .
Exactly. - .


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, 01 2016 . 14:57 +
laura2012 [ + !]



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was, were, been ().
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be come
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become, became, become (, ).
5.
be gun
,
begin, began, begun ((-)).
6.

bend, bent, bent ((-)).
7.

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8.

bite, bit, bit ((-)).
9.
,
bleed, bled, bled ().
10.

, blow, blew, blown ().
11.
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- break, broke, broken ((-)).
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bred, bred, bred (, ).
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build, built, built ().
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burn, burnt, burnt ().
16.

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get, got, got (, , ).
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cast, cast, cast (, ).
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catch, caught, caught (, ).
20.
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choose, chose, chosen ()?
21.
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come, came, come ().
22.
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cost, cost, cost ()?
23.
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cut, cut, cut ().
24.
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dig, dug, dug ().
25.
draw, drew, drawn (, ).
26.
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do, did, done ().
27.
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dream, dreamt, dreamt (, )!
28.
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drink, drank, drunk ().
29.
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drive, drove, driven (, ).
30.

eat, ate, eaten ().
31.
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fall, fell, fallen ().
32.

feed, fed, fed ().
33.
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feel, felt, felt ().
34.

fight, fought, fought ().
35.
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find, found, found ().
36.
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flee, fled, fled (, ).
37.
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fly, flew, flown ().
38.
grow, grew, grown (, ).
39.

forget, forgot, forgotten ().
40.

give, gave, given ().
41.

go, went, gone (, , ).
42.

hang, hung, hung (, ).
43.
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have, had, had ().
44.
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hear, heard, heard ().
45.
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hide, hid, hidden ().
46.

let, let, let ().
47.
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48.
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kep, kept, kept ().
49.

know, knew, known ().
50.

lead, led, led ().
51.

learn, learnt, learnt ((-)).
52.
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leave, left, left ().
53.
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lend, lent, lent ( )?
54.
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light, lit, lit ().
55.
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lose, lost, lost ().
56.
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make, made, made ().
57.

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58.
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: meet, met, met ().
59.

put, put, put ().
60.

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61.
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ride, rode, ridden ( ).
62.

rise, rose, risen ().
63.

run, ran, run (, ).
64.

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65.
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see, sw, seen ().
66.
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sell, sold, sold ().
67.

send, sent, sent ().
68.
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set, set, set ( , ).
69.
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shake, shook, shaken ()!
70.
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shine, shone, shone (, ).
71.

shoot, shot, shot (, ).
72.
,
, shut, shut, shut ().
73.
,
sing, sang, sung ().
74.
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sink, sank, sunk ().
75.
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sit, sat, sat ().
76.
step by step,
sleep, slept, slept (c).
77.
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smell, smelt, smelt (, ).
78.
,
speak, spoke, spoken ().
79.

money spend, spent, spent ().
80.
?
spoil, spoilt, spoilt ().
81.

spread, spread, spread ().
82.
,
spring, sprang, sprung (, ).
83.
not good,
stand, stood, stood ().
84.
,
steal, stole, stolen ().
85.

strike, struck, stricken (, ).
86.
,
strive, strove, striven (, ).
87.
!
swear, swore, sworn ().
88.
,
swim, swam, swum ().
89.
:
take, took, taken ()!
90.

teach, taught, taught ().
91.

tear, tore, torn (, ).
92.
gold,
tell, told, told ().
93.

think, thought, thought ().
94.

throw, threw, thrown ().
95.
, ,
understand understood ().
96.

wear, wore, worn (, ).
97.
,
weep, wept, wept ()!
98.
,
win, won, won ().
99.
,
wind, wound, wound (, ).
100.

, write, wrote, written ().
, .
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, 01 2016 . 14:55 +
laura2012 [ + !]



. I dont feel well.
. I have pain in my back.
. I have chills.
. I feel dizzy.
. My head is spinning.
( , ). I feel faint.
. I have a headache.
. Im allergic to penicillin.
. I have high blood pressure.
. I have a pain here.
. I have a fever.
( ). I have a cold.
. I have a severe toothache.
- . I have something in my eye.
. I feel like throwing up.
. I feel sick.
. Ive got a heart problem.
. My ankle is sprained.
. Ive got a sore throat.
. Im suffering from insomnia.
. I have a stuffy nose.
. I fell a little better.


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, 01 2016 . 14:55 +
laura2012 [ + !]





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, 01 2016 . 14:53 +
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, . - Bill, please.
, . - Check, please.
? - Could I have the bill, please?
? - Can I get the check, please?
. - I would like to pay now, please.
? - How much do I owe you?
? - How much is the total?
? - Does the bill include the service charge?
, . - I believe the bill is added up wrong.
. - The bill is on me.
. - I treat you to dinner this evening.
, . - Put it on my bill, please.
. - I am paying for everything.
. - We are paying separately.
. - Lets split the bill.
. - Let me pay my share.
. - Keep the change, please

#vocabulary@english_is_fun
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The three little pigs.

, 01 2016 . 14:52 +
laura2012 [ + !]

The three little pigs.

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The three little pigs.

Once there were three little pigs who grew up and left their mother to find homes for themselves. The thirst pig set out and before long he met a man with the bundle of straw. "Please man" said the pig, "Will you let me have that bundle of straw to build my house." "Yes, here, take it." Said the kind man. The little pig was very pleased and at once built himself the house of straw. He had hardly moved in when the wolf came walking by and seeing the new house knocked on the door. "Little pig, little pig" he said "Open up the door and let me in." Now the little pig's mother had warned him about strangers so he said "No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I'll not let you in." "Now I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down." Cried the wolf. But the little pig went on saying "No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I'll not let you in." So the old wolf huffed and he puffed and he blew the house down and the
little pig run fast as he could back to his mother's house.
The second little pig said goodbye to his mother and set out. Before long he met a man with the bundle of sticks. "Please man" he said, "Will you let me have that bundle of sticks to build my house." "Yes, you can have it, here it is." Said the kind man. So the second little pig was very pleased and used the sticks to build himself the house. He had hardly moved in when the wolf came walking by and knocked at the door. "Little pig, little pig" he said "Open up your door and let me in." Now the second little pig remembered what his mother had told him so he too said "No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I'll not let you in." "Now I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down." Cried the wolf. But the little pig went on saying "No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I'll not let you in." So again the old wolf huffed and he puffed and he huffed and he puffed this time it was much harder work but finally down came the house and the second little pig had to run as fast as he could back to his mother's house.
Then last of all the third little pig set out and met a man with load of bricks. "Please man" he said, "Will you let me have that load of bricks to build my house." "Yes, here they are, all for you." Said the kind man. The third little pig was very pleased and built himself the brick house. Again the wolf came along and again he said. "Little pig, little pig open your door and let me in." But like his brothers the third little pig said "No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I'll not let you in." "Now I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down." Cried the wolf. And when the third little pig wouldn't open the door he huffed and he puffed and he huffed and he puffed then he tried again but the brick house was so strong that he could not blow it down. This made the wolf so angry that he jumped onto the roof of the little brick house and roared down the chimney. "I'm coming down to eat you up." The little pig had put a pot of boiling water on the fire and now he took off the lid, down the chimney tumbled the wolf and splash, he fell right into the pot. Quickly the little pig bang down the cover and boiled up the old wolf for his dinner. And so, the clever little pig lived happily ever after.


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, 01 2016 . 14:49 +
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, 01 2016 . 14:47 +
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, 01 2016 . 14:47 +
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, 01 2016 . 14:43 +
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http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/sijanie_roz/post347560502/


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, 01 2016 . 14:42 +
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- - beside the house
- - among us
- - between the houses
- - by the window
- - at the door
- - round the table
- - far from the house
- - beyond the river
- - in front of our office
- - opposite my house
- - behind me
- - above my head
- - over the table
- - under the bed
- - below the ground
- - in the school
- - inside the house
- - outside the house
- - on the table
- - on the wall

http://kolobok23.ru/post400601537/



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, 01 2016 . 14:39 +
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, 01 2016 . 14:30 +
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. (Prepositions).
1. 
  
(simple)
of,  for,  in,  at,  on
2. 
  (derivative)
across,  between,  below
3. 
  (compound)
into,  upon,  out of,  in front of

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, 01 2016 . 14:29 +
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By the way… - .
A drop in the bucket -
And so on and so forth - .. ..
As drunk as a lord -
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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, 01 2016 . 14:11 +
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" " - "Hans in luck", ,

http://suseki.de/text/31-skazki-text-english/617-hans-in-luck

- Hans in luck, .



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