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/Useful Words to Describe Personality

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/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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Begin English.

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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. - , .
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1. That’s above my bend. – .
2. Accidentally on purpose – : , .
3. All aboard! – !
4. All talk and no cider. – / – .
5. As blazes / as hell – – I like him very much. – As hell you do! – . -, .
6. Beat it! – ! !
7. I am behind the eight ball. – .
8. When my brother sleeps, he is dead above the ears. – .
9. He likes beefing up. – .
10. To sit on the fence. –
11. After the flood, his house went to the dogs. – .
12. That story is for the birds. – !
13. My friend is out of the hospital. He says he is feeling like a million dollars. - . , .
14. Money talks. – , .
15. Get off my back! – ! !
16. His father is so stingy that he can hardly cough up a couple of bucks. - , - .
17. Scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours. – .
18. I do not like him because he is such a wet blanket. – , .
19. Tom and Jack get along well. They speak the same language on plenty of things. – – .
20. He was so wasted last night. - .

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:)

:
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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Some, any, no

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1 Extremes meet — ,
2 East or West home is best — ,
3 Better late than never — ,
4 All’s well that ends well — ,
5 Out of sight out of mind — ,
6 As fit as a fiddle - ,
7 No sweet without sweat - ,
8 A penny saved is a penny gained - — ,
9 Have a heart! - !, !
10 A good beginning makes a good ending -
11 Too good to be true - , / ,
12 New lords new laws - -….
13 Honesty is the best policy - —
14 A light purse is a heavy curse - ,
15 It’s like putting a saddle on a cow -
16 An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth - ,
17 I dare swear -
18 Look who’s talking! - , !
19 There is no rose without thorn -
20 If there is a will, there is a way -
21 There is no place like home - ,
22 There is no smoke without fire -
23 Lovely weather for ducks! !
24 There is a black sheep in every flock —
25 But … There is always but… - … -, …
26 There are spots even on the sun -
27 While there is life, there is hope - –
28 There is no flying from fate -
29 There is a small choice in rotten apples -
30 There is no so faithful friend, as a good book - ,
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joy
awe -
inspiration -
delight
gaiety ,
mirth , ,
fun ,
gratification - , ,
gratitude -
enjoyment , ;
pleasure
wish
amusement - ,
hope -
serenity -
empathy - ,
desire ,
ecstasy ,
love , ,
affection , ,
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Really? - ?
What? -?
What a surprise! - !
Well I never! / Blimey! - !/ blimey='God blind me!', , !
That's the last thing I expected! - , !
You're kidding! - !
I don't believe it! / Are you serious? - / ?
I'm speechless! - !
I'd never have guessed. - !
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? :

1. What's the time?
2. What time is it?
3. Have you got the right time?
4. What time do you make it?

- : the time is... , , "it's..."

:

- What's the time, please?
- It's three o'clock.

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3.00 ... three o'clock ........................ three
3.02 ... just gone three o'clock ............ three oh two
3.03 ... three minutes past three ......... three oh three
3.05 ... five past three ..................... three oh five
3.09 ... nine minutes past three ........... three oh nine
3.10 ... ten past three ...................... three ten
3.15 ... a quarter past three ............... three fifteen
3.20 ... twenty past three .................. three twenty
3.21 ... twenty-one minutes past three ... three twenty-one
3.25 ... twenty-five past three ............. three twenty-five
3.30 ... half past three ...................... three thirty
3.35 ... twenty-five to four ................. three thirty-five
3.40 ... twenty to four ....................... three forty
3.45 ... a quarter to four .................... three forty-five
3.50 ... ten to four ........................... three fifty
3.55 ... five to four ........................... three fifty-five
3.57 ... three minutes to four ............... three fifty-seven
3.58 ... nearly four o'clock ................... three fifty-eight
4.00 ... four o'clock ........................... four

#expressions@englishvocab
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\ :

\ :

1. Good morning! - !
2. Good afternoon! - !
3. Good evening! - !
4. Good night. - .
5. Hello! / Hi! - !
6. How do you do? - / ?
7. It’s nice to meet you. - .
8. I’m glad to see you again. - .
9. How are you? - ?
10. How are you getting along? - ?
11. What’s news? - ?
12. Long time to see. - .
13. May I have your name? - , ?
14. This is my business card. - .
15. May I introduce you to my husband (wife)? / Let me introduce you to… - ( ).
16. Please give my kind regards to your mother. - .
17. Say hello to Nick for me. - .
18. I would like to do that, thank you. / With great pleasure, thank you. - , .
19. I am pleased to do so. - .
20. Goodbye. - .
21. See you later. - .
22. See you soon. - .
23. Take care of yourself. - .
24. Let’s keep in touch. - .
25. I’m looking forward to seeing you again. - .
 
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1. At the crack of dawn - C
2. At the eleventh hour -
3. A month of Sundays -
4. From dawn to dusk - O
5. For donkey's years - ,
6. For the first time -
7. From time to time -
8. How time flies! !
9. In due course / time -
10. In the nick of time -
11. It's only a matter of time -
12. In good time - ,
13. In time - ( , )
14. In a flash / a twinkling -
15. It beats my time -
16. It is only a matter / question of time -
17. Lost time is never found again. -
18. Once in a blue moon -
19. On the dot - ,
20. Over time -
21. On time - ( )
22. (Only) time tell ()
23. The small hours -
24. The darkest hour is just before the dawn. -
25. To keep goo time - ( ),
26. To go with the times - ,
27. Take your time! - () !
28. Time is money - -.

 
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Strawberry [ˈstrɔːbri] -
Barberry [barbery] -
Cowberry [ˈkaʊbərɪ], foxberry -
Elder-berry [ˈeldəberi] -
Cherry [ˈtʃeri] -
Sweet cherry [swiːt ˈtʃeri] -
Crowberry [krəʊberi] -
Bog bilberry, whortleberry, blueberry [bɒɡ ˈbɪlbəri / ˈwɜːtlˌberɪ /ˈbluːbəri]-
Blackberry [ˈblækbəri] -
Wild strawberry [waɪld ˈstrɔːbri] -
Arrowwood, snowball, guilder [ˈærəʊwʊd / ˈsnəʊbɑːl / ˈɡɪldə] -
Cranberry [ˈkrænbəri] -
Gooseberry [ˈɡʊzbəri] -
Raspberry [ˈrɑːzbəri] -
Cloudberry [ˈklaʊdˌberɪ] -
Sea-buckthorn [siː ˈbəkˌθɔːn] -
Ashberry [æʃ ˈberi], rowan(berry) [ˈrəʊən ˈberi]-
Black chokeberry [blæk tʃəʊk ˈberi] -
White currant [waɪt ˈkʌrənt] -
Red currant [red ˈkʌrənt] -
Black currant [blæk ˈkʌrənt] -
Bearberry [beəˈberi] -
Bilberry, whortleberry [ˈbɪlbəri / ˈwɜːtlˌberɪ]-
Hip [hɪp] -
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both —
each —
he —
her —
hers —
herself — ()
himself — ()
his —
I —
much —
myself —
one another —
oneself — , ,
she —
such —
the same —
their —
themselves — ()
these —
they —
this —
those —
we —
whatever —
which — , , ,
whichever —
who —
whoever —
whose —
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ain't - , am not, is not, are not, has not, have not
all in all - , /
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 -
by way of - / , /  
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 place -
in spite of -
in the way of - ,
in view of -
just in case -
just the same -
now that - , ,
on the edge of smth -
on the one hand / on the other hand - c / c
or else -
pure and simple - -
so that - ,
so... as to - ..
such and such - - -
such as -
that is why -
That's the whole story -
then again -
to no end -
what about -
what it takes to - ,
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"to vodka"

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"to vodka"

- . . .

"to vodka" 

1. -, , : 
1.1. (Indefinite), .. , , 
1.2. (Continuous), .. , 
1.3. (Perfect), .. , . 

2. -, : 
2.1. (Present) - , 
2.2. (Past) - , 
2.3. (Future) - , : , .. 

3. . 

3.1. Present: 
3.1.1. Present Indefinite ( ), . . 
I vodka every day. - .  
every day : usually, seldom, often, 
from time to time, from melkaya posuda, bolshimi glotkami. 
3.1.2. Present Continuous ( ): 
I am vodking now. - . 
 

He is constantly vodking! - ! 
3.1.3. Present Perfect ( ): 
I have already vodked. - . (  

3.1.4. Present Perfect Continuous ( -): 
I have been vodking since childhood. 
- ( inclusive). 
- , ( exclusive). 

3.2. Past : 
3.2.1. Past Indefinite ( ): 
I vodked yesterday. - . 
( 3.1.3., ). 
3.2.2. Past Continuous ( ): 
,  
3.2.1 
- Unfortunately, I was vodking at the moment my wife came. 
- , , . 
3.2.3. Past Perfect ( ): 
, . 
- I had already vodked when my wife came. 
- , . 
3.2.4. Past Perfect Continuous ( -): 
- I had been vodking for about a month when my wife came. 
- , . 

3.3. Future : 
3.3.1. Future Indefinite ( ): 
I will vodka tomorrow. - . 
:  
(.. )  
3.3.1. 3.1.1.: 
- If I vodka tomorrow I will be sick the day after tomorrow. 
- , . 
3.3.2. Future Continuous ( ): 
I will be vodking tomorrow at 5. -  
5. 
:  
3.3.1. 3.3.2. : 
- Soon! Soon I will be vodking! 
- ! ! 
3.3.3. Future Perfect ( ): 
 
- Tomorrow by 5 o'clock I will have vodked. 
- . 
3.3.4. Future Perfect Continuous ( -): 
- By tomorrow morning I will have been vodking for a week. 
- .
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! — 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?
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:

Clean as a whistle
:
: I thought the car would be filthy, but it was as clean as a whistle.

Clear as a bell
: ,
: Through the wall, I could hear the neighbors talking, just as clear as a bell.

Clear as crystal
: ,
: She cleaned the windowpane until it was clear as crystal.

Clear as mud
: ,
: This doesn't make sense. It's clear as mud.

Clear someone's name
: -
: I was accused of theft, but I cleared my name.

Climb the wall(s)
: " "
: The meeting was so long and the speaker so boring that most of the audience wanted to climb the wall.

Clip someone's wings
: " ", , -
: You had better learn to get home on time, or I will clip your wings.

Cloak-and-dagger
: ,
: A great deal of cloak-and-dagger stuff goes on in political circles.

Close as two coats of paint
: ,
: When Tom and Mary were kids, they were as close as two coats of paint.

Close one's eyes to something
: -
: You can't close your eyes to hunger in the world.

Close shave
:
: Staying in the mountains was a close shave for him.

Close up shop
:
: I can't make any money in this town. The time has come to close up shop and move to another town.

Cloud up
:
: The baby clouded up and let out a howl.

Clue someone in (on something)
:
: Please clue me in on what's going on.

Clutch at straws
: , -
: That is not a real solution to the problem. You are just clutching at straws.

Cock of the walk
:
: The deputy manager was cock of the walk until the new manager arrived.

Cock-and-bull story
: ,
: I asked for an explanation, and all I got was your ridiculous cock-and-bull story!

Cocky as the king of spades
:
: She strutted in, cocky as the king of spades.

Coffee-table book
: , ,
: This book is more of a coffee-table book than an art book. I prefer something more scholarly.

Cold as a witch's caress
: ,
: She gave me a look as cold as a witch's caress.

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make

make 
make, , , - ( , ). 

1. Make after - () -;
The police made after the thief. - .

2. Make away / make away with - -, -; ,
make kill get rid of. "make away with oneself / one's life" . 
It was decided to make away with him. - . 
Why did this teenager decide to make away with himself? - ? 

3. Make for - , -; , -
She got up and made for the exit. - . 

4. Make into - ,
Many flats are being made into offices nowadays. - .

5. Make of - ,
I don't know what to make of her behavior. - , . 

6. Make off - ,
The burglars made off with the jewelry. - . 

7. Make out - (), (), , ; , ; , ; -; ,
How is she making out in her university? - ? 
We could just make out a farm through the trees. - . 
As far as I can make out, he is a liar. - , . 
Could you make out a bill? - ? 
She makes out that you offended her. - , . 
When should I make out this report? - ?

8. Make over - (), (), -
They made the money over to him. - . 

9. Make up - (, ); , , ; , ( ); (), (); ; , ; , , ; , ; ,

These ten chapters make up the whole book. - . 
I made up the story of my travelling. - . 
Let's make up. - . 
Is it difficult to make her up? - ? 
Who will make up losses? - ? 
Ask the chemist to make up this prescription. - . 

10. Make up your mind! - -! 
She was heavily made up. - .

11. Make up for - , , , ,
He sent me a present to make up for his being impolite yesterday. - , , . 
I hope this will make up for your trouble. - , . 

12. Make up to - ,
I'll make it up to you. - .
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, 09 2014 . 00:36 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

What would you like for breakfast?:)

1. donut -
2. muffin -
3. bagel -
4. bun -
5. danish pastry -
6. pikelet -
7. croissant -
8. eggs -
9. pancakes -
10. waffles -
11. toast -
12. bacon -
13. sausages -
14. home fries - "-"
15. coffee -
16. decaf coffee -
17. tea -
18. iced tea -
19. lemonade -
20. hot chocolate -
21. milk -
22. tuna fish sandwich -
23. egg salad sandwich - ( )
24. chicken salad sandwich -
25. ham and cheese sandwich -
26. corned beef sandwich -
27. BLT/bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich - , "" .
28. roast beef sandwich - ()
29. white bread -
30. whole wheat bread -
31. pita bread -
32. pumpernickel -
33. rye bread -
34. a roll -
35. a submarine roll -
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, 09 2014 . 00:36 +
tatiana888 [ + !]






so that -,  
Tania says so that every one may hear: "I love him!"

so as to -,  
The enemy used to stick spikes pointed upward, and dipped in shit so as to cause serious infections, in paths leading through the jungle.

so... as to - ….
But was their crime so great as to merit a death sentence?

that is why -  
Yes, that is why I called you; I thought perhaps I might be able to negotiate for better accommodations.

by way of - / ,  

now that - , ,  
And now that he's gone, why do I keep doing it? Is this what I really want?

by no means -  
For the genetically superior, success is easier to attain but is by no means guaranteed.

either way -  
Either way I can't lose.

as if / as though -  
He suddenly grabs his head as if suffering from a pounding migraine.

in the way of - ,  
I've found no evidence in the way of lesions, hemorrhaging, tumors...

as well as - ,  
Kevin Kline as usual delivers a great performance, as well as Hayden Christensen and Jena Malone.

as usual -  
Turkish and Tommy are driving. Turkish is drinking a pint of"milk (as usual). There is silence for a while.

as a rule -  
Your lives are therefore, as a rule, shorter, not so much by natural death as by indirect suicide.

at that rate -  
At that rate, we could repopulate the jakovasaurs in just a few years.

as if -  
He just stared at me as if I didn't exist. As if I had never existed...

just the same -  
Just the same, an attempt to recover the Grail is currently underway.

as much - ,  
The other two explanations (which both George and I don't like as much, but which are more believable) are that they are both older and more tired,

what with -  
Yeah, it was sad for a Three Stooges, what with the dead baby and the Stooges being executed and all.

all in all - ,  
All in all, I would definitely recommend this movie.

all but -  
Our supplies are all but gone ... our defences are on the verge of collapse ... help us ... please!

hardest part about - - 
The hardest part about having sex with a woman is getting her to come back to your place!

to no end -  
I am sure you trouble your parents to no end.

such as -
We learned many things from the mighty Egyptians, such as pyramid.

however much - … 
Lewis, however much coffee you drink in the morning, I want you to reduce it by half.

in spite of -  
This makes Elinor laugh in spite of her discomfort.

or else -  
You have to feed it and pet it or else it dies.

for a change -  
Nothing, only it'd be nice to spend an evening together for a change.

other than - ,  
Let's face it, Reloaded and Revolutions were fun to watch but other than that they sucked.

then again / but then -  
Then again, you never know who you're going to meet.

whether or not - ( ) 
Lauren is unsure whether or not to follow her friends.

on the one hand / on the other hand - c / c  

On the one hand you showed leadership, courage under fire, a willingness to protect men you hardly knew... and on the other you have an arrest record that pegs you as near sociopathic.

for all the world -  
He looks, for all the world, like a perpetual drunk.

for God's sake / for heaven's sake - ! 
For heaven's sake, you're making such a fuss!

for one's sake / for the sake of something
/ - 

And you can't agree with things just for the sake of agreeing.

for real - ,  
For real, Paul. I'm madly in love with that girl.

such and such - - - 
This information comes from the storekeeper himself who stated that such and such a girl had bought I don't know what in his store.

what it takes to - ,  
I just don't have what it takes to be a cop anymore.

in view of -  
In view of your indecision, why not rely on their advice and judgment as well as mine?

other than -  
Other than that, I'm in good shape.

in every sense of the word -  
It is total and complete garbage in every sense of the word. 

what about -  
What about the dolphins?

just in case -  
Just in case the Russians come and we have to have a big tank battle?

from scratch - ,  
They shouldn't started from scratch.

on the edge of smth -  
His parents are on the edge of divorce.

at every step -
Death lurks at every step...as your oriental super-sleuth stalks a desperate killer — below the surface of the earth!

in place -  
It's all in place.

all the way -  
It is sad, touching and made me want to cry all the way through.

pure and simple - - 
I wasn't driven by joy, it wasn't winning as much as terror, pure and simple — fear of losing.

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, 09 2014 . 00:35 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



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

!
I wish you every success!

!
I wish you every success in passing your exam!

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

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

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

() !
I wish you the best of everything!

(-) ...!
( -) ...!
On the occasion of... I wish you
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, 09 2014 . 00:34 +
Prime33 [ + !]

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, 09 2014 . 00:33 +
tatiana888 [ + !]





eat one's words -
Enough of it -
go into details -
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 -
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36 !

, 09 2014 . 00:32 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

36 !

36 !
 
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, 09 2014 . 00:30 +
tatiana888 [ + !]



:

Excuse me, could you tell me how to go to the city centre (the subway)? - , ,

Excuse me, could you tell me how to go to the airport? - ,

Excuse me. How can I get to this place? - , ?

Would you tell me how to get to this hotel? - , , ?

Is the hotel far from here? - ?

How long does it take? - ?

Is that on this side? - ?

Which way is downtown? - ?

Please point out where I am on this map - ,

Should I go straight? - ?

It's about ten minutes of walk. - .

It' s a short walk. - .

It's right across the street. - .

How far is it to the next bus station? - ?

Near the bank -

over there -

there -

here -

Not far from here -

in front of the cafe -

opposite the market -

downstairs -

upstairs -

up to the traffic lights -

Which way is this bus going? - ?

Are you getting off at the next stop? - ?


Excuse me, could you tell me how to go to the city centre (the subway)? - , ,

Excuse me, could you tell me how to go to the airport? - ,

Excuse me. How can I get to this place? - , ?

Would you tell me how to get to this hotel? - , , ?

Is the hotel far from here? - ?

How long does it take? - ?

Is that on this side? - ?

Which way is downtown? - ?

Please point out where I am on this map - ,

Should I go straight? - ?

It's about ten minutes of walk. - .

It' s a short walk. - .

It's right across the street. - .

How far is it to the next bus station? - ?

Near the bank -

over there -

there -

here -

Not far from here -

in front of the cafe -

opposite the market -

downstairs -

upstairs -

up to the traffic lights -

Which way is this bus going? - ?

Are you getting off at the next stop? - ?

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, 09 2014 . 00:30 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

:

:

ABOUT , , , , ,
ABOVE ,  
ACROSS , ,  
AFTER , ,  
AGAINST
ALONG ,  
AMONG (AMONGST) ,  
AT , , ,  
BEFORE ,
BEHIND ,  
BELOW ,  
BESIDE ,  
BESIDES () 
BETWEEN  
BEYOND 
BY , , , , ( . , )
DOWN ,  
DURING ,  
EXCEPT ( )
FOR , , ,
FROM ,
IN , , ,  
INSIDE ,  
INTO ( ) 
OF (. ) 
OFF ,  
ON (UPON) , , , ,
OUT OF ()
OUTSIDE , ,  
OVER , , ,
PAST ,  
ROUND, AROUND ,  
SINCE ,  
THROUGH , , -,
TILL, UNTIL ,  
TO , , ( . ) 
TOWARDS ,  
UNDER  
UP ,  
WITH
WITHIN ,  
WITHOUT
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, 09 2014 . 00:29 +
tatiana888 [ + !]



, :

2moro - Tomorrow.
2nite - Tonight.
BRB - Be Right Back.
BTW - By The Way.
B4N - Bye For Now. , .
BFF - Best Friends Forever.
DBEYR - Don't Believe Everything You Read. , .
ILY - I Love You. .
IMHO - In My Humble Opinion. .
IRL - In Real Life.
ISO - In Search Of.
J/K - Just Kidding.
L8R - Later.
LOL - Laughing Out Loud. .
NP - No Problem -or- Nosy Parents. .
OMG - Oh My God. , .
OT - Off Topic. .
POV - Point Of View. .
RBTL - Read Between The Lines. .
THX or TX or THKS - Thanks.
TMI - Too Much Information. .
TTYL - Talk To You Later. .
TYVM - Thank You Very Much. .
WYWH - Wish You Were Here. , () .
XOXO - Hugs and Kisses. , .

, :

Lab (laboratory) -
TV (television) -
Exam (examination) -
Ad (advertisement) -
Case (suitcase) -
Mum (mother) -
Phone (telephone) -
Board (blackboard) -
Fridge (refrigerator) -
Bike (bicycle) -
Dad (father) -
Flu (influenza) -

, :

Mr (Mister) -
Mrs (Mistress) -
Dr (Doctor) -
St (Saint / Street) -
etc. - and so on - ( et cetera) -
i.e. - that is to say - ( id est) -
NB - please note - ( nota bene) - ,
RSVP - please reply - ( repondez s'il vous plait) -
e.g. - for example - ( exempli gratia) -

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:

, 09 2014 . 00:29 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

:

:
love - ,
like - ,
dislike -
fond of - ,
adore -
can't bear - ,
can't stand -
hate - ,
detest - ,
loathe - ,

:
I like him very much. - .
I like very much going to parties and meeting people. - .
I love eating ice-cream. - .
I adore sun-bathing. - .
She's fond of chocolate. - .
I like climbing mountains. - .
I like swimming very much. - .
He quite likes going to the cinema. - .
I like cooking. - .

:
I don't mind doing the housework. - , .
I don't mind you coming in late if you don't wake me up. - , , .

:
She doesn't like cooking very much. - .
He's not very fond of doing the gardening. - .
I dislike wasting time. - .

:
I don't like fish at all. - .
He can't stand his mother-in-law. - .
She can't bear cooking in a dirty kitchen. - .
He detests being late. - .
 
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, 09 2014 . 00:28 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

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, 09 2014 . 00:27 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

100

 
100

1. the [ði] , [ðə] - ; :
2. be [biː] (am [æm], is [ɪz], are [ɑː(r)]) -: : "", "",
3. to [tuː]
4. of [ɒv]
5. and [ænd]
6. a [ə] :
7. in [ɪn]
8. that [ðæt] , ,
9. have [hæv], (has) [hæz] : ""
10. I [aɪ] ( )
11. it [ɪt]
12. for [fɔː(r)]
13. not [nɒt]
14. on [ɒn]
15. with [wɪð]
16. he [hiː]
17. as [æz]
18. you [juː]
19. do [duː]
20. at [æt]
21. this [ðɪs] , ,
22. but [bʌt]
23. his [hɪz]
24. by [baɪ]
25. from [frɒm]
26. they [ðeɪ]
27. we [wiː]
28. say [seɪ]
29. her [hɜː(r)]
30. she [ʃiː]
31. or [ɔː(r)]
32. an [æn] :
33. will [wɪl]
34. my [maɪ]
35. one [wʌn]
36. all [ɔːl]
37. would [wʊd]
38. there [ðeə(r)]
39. their [ðeə(r)]
40. what [wɒt]
41. so [səʊ]
42. up [ʌp]
43. out [aʊt]
44. if [ɪf]
45. about [əˈbaʊt]
46. who [huː]
47. get [ɡet] ,
48. which [wɪtʃ] ,
49. go [ɡəʊ]
50. me [miː]
51. when [wen]
52. make [meɪk]
53. can [kæn]
54. like [laɪk]
55. time [taɪm]
56. no [nəʊ]
57. just [dʒʌst] ,
58. him [hɪm] ,
59. know [nəʊ]
60. take [teɪk]
61. person [ˈpɜː(r)s(ə)n] ,
62. into [ˈɪntuː]
63. year [jɪə(r)]
64. your [jɔː(r)] ,
65. good [ɡʊd]
66. some [sʌm] -,
67. could [kʊd]
68. them [ðem] ,
69. see [siː]
70. other [ˈʌðə(r)]
71. than [ðæn]
72. then [ðen]
73. now [naʊ]
74. look [lʊk] ,
75. only [ˈəʊnli]
76. come [kʌm]
77. its [ɪts] ,
78. over [ˈəʊvə(r)] ,
79. think [θɪŋk]
80. also [ˈɔːlsəʊ] ,
81. back [bæk]
82. after [ˈɑːftə(r)]
83. use [juːs] , [juːz]
84. two [tuː]
85. how [haʊ] ,
86. our [aʊə(r)] , , ,
87. work [wɜː(r)k]
88. first [fɜː(r)st]
89. well [wel] ,
90. way [weɪ] ,
91. even [ˈiːv(ə)n]
92. new [njuː]
93. want [wɒnt]
94. because [bɪˈkɒz]
95. any [ˈeni] , -
96. these [ðiːz]
97. give [gɪv]
98. day [deɪ]
99. most [məʊst]
100. us [ʌs] , ,
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, 09 2014 . 00:27 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

100

actual , ,
alone
another , ,
awful ,
basic , ,
best
big , , , ,
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blue
brown
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, 09 2014 . 00:26 +
tatiana888 [ + !]



 

In – , ,  

She will be back in August. – . 
I will return your book in a day. – . 
I see a wonderful landscape in the picture. – . 

On – , ,
He lives on the ground floor. – . 
We will be there on Monday. – . 
He is speaking on the phone. - . 
You can find it on the Internet. - . 

Upon - ,  

I like to see a smile upon your face. - . 
Upon thirty days you'll be notified about the issue. - . 

At – , , ( ) 

We met Alice at school. - . 
They arrived at 6 o’clock. - 6 . 

By – , , (. (: ? ?)) 

I have to be there by 8 pm. - 8- . 
I’m standing by the river. - . J
erry was caught by Tom. - . 
The story is written by a young talented writer. - . 

For – ,  

She was absent for a long period of time. – ( ). 
This gift is for you. – . 

Since - ,  

He lives in London since 2000. – 2000 . 

During – ,  

During my trip I have met many interesting people. - . 
During last week I was working as a driver. - . 

Over – ,  
To get there we have to climb over the mountains.- , . 

Until (till) – , , ,  
I am going to drive until dark. – ( ) 
From – , ,  
He visited us from time to time. – . 
He returned from village. – . 

To – , ,  
Would you like to go to the theatre? – ? 
Approach to the exit. – . 

Near –  

There is a small round table near the armchair. – . 

In front of – (-. -.) 

I will be waiting in front of your house.- . 

Between –  

Between heaven and earth. - M . 

Across –  
She was running across the street when I saw her. – , . 

Along – ,  
She was walking along the garden and thought about her husband. – . 

Around –  
To get there, you need to go around the building. – , . 

Through –  
The light shines through the window. – . 

Against – , , , ,  
Never spit against the wind. - . 
Against a dark background. - . 
Against contract. - . 

Among - Among guests were two actors. - 
2 . 

Behind - ,  
He was gossiping about me behind my back. - . 

Beyond - , , ,  

Beyond the fence. - . 
Beyond measure. - ( ) 
Beyond all doubt. - .
 
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, 09 2014 . 00:25 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

:)

Take care -
Good luck -
All the best -
Have a good trip -
Write to us -
Call me -
I've enjoyed seeing you -
Come back soon -
Remember me to your wife/brother. /
My regards to the family -
Hope to see you again -
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, 09 2014 . 00:25 +
tatiana888 [ + !]





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, 09 2014 . 00:24 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]



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" (quote)
; (semi colon)
´ (apostrophe single quote)
? (question mark)
, (comma)
. (dot, period full stop) ( dot , , email web ; full stop (. .) period (. .) , )
~ (tilde) -
! (exclamation mark)
@ (at)
# (number hash) ,
$ (dollar)
% (percent)
^ (caret)
* (asterisk)
( (open left parenthesis)
) (close right parenthesis)
_ (underscore horizontal bar)
+ (plus)
- (dash) -
- (hyphen) -
= (equals)
\ (reverse solidus backslash) /
/ (solidus forward slash) /
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, 09 2014 . 00:23 +
tatiana888 [ + !]





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, 09 2014 . 00:08 +
tatiana888 [ + !]





1. Catch me later - , ,
2. Clear the way! - ! !
3. Come back anytime - ,
4. Come right in - ,
5. Could I call you? - , ?
6. Could I join you? - ? ( - )
7. Don't push (me)! - ! !
8. Enjoy your meal! -
9. Guess what! - , ! ( )
10. I doubt that. - ,
11. I had a lovely time - .
12. I spoke too soon - , ,
13. Keep in touch. - , , ,
14. Leave it to me. - () .
15. Make it two. - - ( )
16. No can do. - .
17. No way! - !
18. Pull up a chair. - .

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, 09 2014 . 00:08 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

:

:

Where? - ? ?
Why? - ? ?
How? - ?
Whom? - ? ?
When? - ?
Which? - ?
Who? - ?
Whose? - ?
What? - ? ?
What has happened? - ?
What do you want? - ?
Who do you want? - ?
Who are you looking for? - ?
Who can I ask? - ?
Where can I find him? - ?
Who told you that? - ?
What's happened? - ?
What do you mean? - ?
What's the matter? - ?
Don't you like it? - ?
Could you do me a favor? - ?
Can you tell me? - ...?
May I have your pen? - ?
May I have a cigarette, please? - ?
Do you smoke? - ?
May I trouble you for a light? - ?
Do you mind if I smoke? - , ?
Would you, please, keep an eye on my baggage? - ?
Allow me to help you? - ?

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, 09 2014 . 00:07 +
tatiana888 [ + !]

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