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to TAKE

, 15 2018 . 22:45 +
1.take a bet –
2. take a breath –
3. take account of smth. –
4. take a chance –
5. take a chill –
6. take cold –
7. take a course – ( -)
8. take action –
9. take a cue –
10. take a decision –
11. take a determination –
12. take a direction – ,
13. take a dislike –
14. take a drink –
15. take advantage of smth. – -
16. take a fancy to smth. – -
17. take a farewell of smb. –
18. take a gaze –
19. take a glance –
20. take a glimpse –
21. take a hint –
22. take a liking –
23. take a look –
24. take an action against smb. –
25. take an affection –
26. take an aversion –
27. take an oath –
28. take an occasion – /
29. take an opportunity –
30. take a peep –
31. take a resolution –
32. take a resolve –
33. take a rise out of smb. – -
34. take a risk –
35. take a saunter –
36. take a short cut –
37. take a squint –
38. take a stroll –
39. take a turn –
40. take a view –
41. take a walk –
42. take cold –
43. take comfort –
44. take counsel –
45. take courage –
46. take exception to smth. – ,
47. take flight –
48. take fright –
49. take heart –
50. take heart of grace –
51. take heed of smth. – -
52. take leave of smb. – -
53. take measures –
54. take no notice of smth. –
55. take note of smth. – ()
56. take notice of smth. –
57. take offence –
58. take one’s choice –
59. take one’s courage in both hands –
60. take one’s departure – ,
61. take oneself away –
62. take oneself in hand –
63. take oneself off –
64. take one’s hook –
65. take one's leave –
66. take one’s oath –
67. take one’s quarters –
68. take pains –
69. take part in smth. –
70. take pattern with smb. – -
71. take pleasure in smth. – -
72. take possession of smth. –
73. take proceedings – -
74. take refuge –
75. take revenge on smth. –
76. take root –
77. take satisfaction –
78. take shelter –
79. take sides with smb. – -
80. take smb. by surprise –
81. take smb. down a peg – -
82. take smb. into one’s confidence –
83. take smb. off his guard –
84. take smb.’s advice – -
85. take smb.’s breath away – -
86. take smb.’s life – -
87. take smb.’s measure – -
88. take smb.'s number – -
89. take smb. to task – -
90. take smb. unawares – -
91. take smth. amiss – -
92. take smth. for dospel –
93. take smth. for granted –
94. take smth. in bad –
95. take steps –
96. take the air –
97. take the bad with the good –
98. take the bull by the horns –
99. take the bun –
100. take the cake –
101. take the fat with the lean –
102. take the ferry –
103. take the frills out of smb. –
104. take the huff –
105. take the part of smb. – -
106. take the rough with the smooth –
107. take the shine out of smb. – -
108. take the tide of the flood –
109. take trouble –
110. take the upper hand of smb. – -
111. take the wind out of smb.’s sails – -
112. take the wrong sow by the ear –
113. take thought –
114. take time by the forelock –
115. take to one’s bosom –
116. take to one’s heels – ,
117. take to wife –
118. take umbrage –
119. take up arms for smth. / smb. – -
120. take up one’s abode –
121. take up one’s habitation –
122. take quarters –
123. take up the cudgels for smb. – -
124. take vengeance on smb. – -
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, 07 2018 . 23:25 +
1.Find out -  
2. Look for -  
3. Look smth up –  
4. To put on –  
5. To wait for -  
6. To go through – ( ) 
7. To put smth into smth – - -  
8. To pick up -  
9. To wake up -  
10. To boil over – () 
11. To get to – ,  
12. To check in -  
13. To take off - ( ) 
14. To fill in – ( ) 
15. To put smth through – ( ) 
16. To look for -  
17. To come round – () 
18. To take smth out -  
19. To let smb into -  
20. To fell into – ( ) 
21. To stretch out -  
22. To doze off -  
23. Pick on – ,  
24. Get away with the crime – ,  
25. Crack down on joyrides – - 
26. Stamp out – ,  
27. To beat up by – ,  
28. Let smb off with a warning –  
29. Break into - , ( ) 
30. Run off with -  
31. To rip smb off – ,  
32. Fell out- ( , ) 
33. Do away with - , ,  
34. Tip the police off –  
35. Hold up -
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Asas not as (so).as

, 16 2018 . 21:52 +
As…as not as(so)….as , a , a aa a a aa , a a a, aa a a a a a:
• She is as clever as her brother – a a a, a a (a a )
• This book is as interesting as that one – a a a a, a a ( a )
• This way is not as long as that way – a , a ( )
• This problem is not as important as that one – a a a aa, a a (a a )
 
as soon as possible aa «a , , a » : I shall return as soon as possible — , a .
 
Such as… aa «a, a a»:
• She likes flowers such as roses, tulips – a , a a , a
• I like fruit such as grapes, oranges, apples – , a, a, a,
 
aaa as usual «a »:
• I’ll be as usual at 9 o’clock – , a , 9
• We have dinner as usual, at 5 o’clock – a, a , 5
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, 02 2018 . 14:55 +

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Tom loves Mary. - .
Mary loves Tom. - .

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, 10 2018 . 16:47 +

as sly as a fox –  
as hungry as a wolf –  
as proud as a peacock –  
as quiet as a mouse –  
as stubborn as a mule -  
as fat as a pig –  
as free as a bird –  
as brave as a lion –  
as wise as an owl –  
as slow as a snail –  
as playful as a kitten –  

As fast as a hare –  
as blind as a bat –  
as gentle as a lamb –  
as strong as an ox –  
as ugly as a toad -  
as eager as a beaver –

 

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, 02 2018 . 23:06 +

bone-idle — , « » 
careless — ; ;  
detached — ,  
foolish — , ,  
irresponsible — ,  
mean — , ; ; ,  
silly — ; ,  
thoughtless — , ,  
lazy —

aloof —  
bossy —  
cantankerous — ,  
dogmatic —  
finicky — ,  
fussy — ,  
inflexible — , ,  
narrow-minded — , ; ;  
obsessive — ,  
overcritical —  
ruthless — , ,  
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impulsive — ;  
inconsiderate — ,  
rude — , ,  
stupid — , ,  
superficial — , ( ) 
tactless —  
unpredictable —

arrogant — ,  
bitchy — ,  
boring — ,  
cruel —  
domineering — , ,  
harsh — ,  
impatient — ,  
nasty — , ; ;  
patronizing — ,  
parsimonious — , ; , ,  
quarrelsome — , ,  
pompous — , ,

dishonest — ,  
unkind — , ,  
unreliable —  
cunning — ,  
indiscreet — , ;  
interfering — ,  
clinging — , , 
untidy — , ,

indecisive — ,  
introverted — , , ,  
nervous — ; , ; ;  
self-centred — ,  
secretive — , ,  
timid — ,

changeable — ,  
cowardly — ,  
cynical —  
foolhardy — ,  
inconsistent —  
pusillanimous — ,  
truculent — ; ; ,  
untrustworthy —

callous — ,  
deceitful — ,  
greedy —  
impolite — , ,  
miserly — ,  
machiavellian — , ,  
materialistic — ,  
selfish — ,  
sneaky — , ; ; ; ,  
stingy — ,

belligerent — ,  
big-headed — ,  
grumpy — ,  
moody — ; ,  
obstinate — ,  
sarcastic — ,  
aggressive —

compulsive — ,  
flirtatious —  
stubborn — ,  
boastful —  
quick-tempered — ,  
perverse — , , , ,  
resentful — , ;  
touchy — ,  
intolerant — ; ,  
naughty — , ;  
overemotional —  
self-indulgent —

Very dirty () Filthy () 
Very bad () Awful () 
Very nasty () Dreadful ()

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, 09 2018 . 14:20 +


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, 28 2018 . 10:32 +

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, 21 2018 . 00:20 +

Bringing up children

Everybody knows that having a child means taking great responsibility, but it is easier to think of it in theory than to put this in practice. When we grow up children we must pay enough attention to them and try to support them in any way. We should show our love not by spoiling our children but by teaching them good things. We must be their best example and explain to them how to behave and treat people in different situations. But that is not all because we must know how to behave, too. Many parents do major mistakes while bringing their children up. If parents have some unrealized desires and plans they had when they were younger, they often try to make their children do it for them. The problem is the children must live their own life and have a choice. Children must be free to choose what to study, which sport to do and which profession to embrace. It is vital to let them express themselves because it is very difficult to be equal to all expectations of the parents. Such children get hurt if they can’t satisfy their parents. They feel guilty and get depressed. That’s why it is important not to destroy our children’s life in such a way. We should remember they are not able to realize our ideas and plans and they don’t have to do it.

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, 23 2018 . 19:22 +

gimme = give me,
gotcha = got you,
lemme = let me, letcha = let you,
outa = out of,
c’mon = come on,
ya = you,
yeah/yep = yes,
nope/naa = no,
betcha = bet you,
kinda = kind of,
lotsa = lots of,
lotta = lot of,
helluva = hell of a,
a = going to (i’m a = i’m going to)

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