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, 11 2019 . 22:05 +
! - I don't believe it!
 
! - My eyes must be deceiving me!
 
. - I must be dreaming.
 
! - It can't be true.
 
! - You must be kidding!
 
! - What a surprise!
 
! - Oh, my God!
 
! - Gosh!
 
? - What the hell is that?
 
? - What on earth are you talking about?
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, 14 2019 . 21:52 +
1.I'm sorry to bother you - ,
2. Nice to meet you! -
3. How much is this? -
4. My name is ..., what's yours? I'm from Russia, and you? - .. ? ,
5. Does anybody here speak Russian? -- -?
6. I'm Russian, I don't speak English very well - , -
7. I'm lost, can you help me? - , ?
8. Where can I buy a newspaper? - ?
9. Where can I find a toilet? - ?
10. Where can I buy the tickets? - ?
11. Where is the booking office? - ?
12. How far is it? - ?
13. That's (too) expensive. - ()
14. I'll take one / it / this. -
15. I like this. -
16. I don't like that -
17. Can I pay by credit-card? - ?
18. Can I exchange this? -
19. That's all, thanks - ,
20. Please say that again - ,
21. Could you speak more slowly, please? - ?
22. Excuse me, where can I get a taxi? - , ?
23.What time is breakfast? - ?
24.When does the bus to Boston leave? - ?
25. Keep the change -
26. Could I have the bill? - ?
27. The hange is not correct -
28. Do you have a table by the window? - ?
29.Could you break this 100 (hundred) dollar bill? - 100- ?
30.Stop here, please. - , .
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🔞 Cae oe eee ae:

, 05 2019 . 19:08 +
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F*ck! – ׸ oe!
F*ck it! – oe! (Baee ca e)
F*ck [something] – [eo]! (F*ck this place!)
F*ck it all! – c! o a: F*ck them all! – o o ce!
F*ck the world! – oac c!
I don’t give a f*ck! – Me ea!
F*ck you! – o !
F*ck me! – Bo o a!
F*ck away! – oaa!
What the f*ck! – aoo a!
Who gives a f*ck? – A oo o oe?
F*ck it! – ! e ao! ae! e oaa a!
 
aoee oeee eee aoe ao:
 
f*ck about – aca, eac
f*ck somebody about – ooa oo-o
f*ck around – aac eo, acc, aoaa.
f*ck somebody around - a oo-o oo ooc
f*ck off – oca, ca. 
f*ck off – ea e
f*ck somebody off – aaa o oo-o
f*ck over – oca eeco
f*ck somebody over – oaa, cooa eoea
f*cked out – ca, ca, eo
f*ck up – oee ea, oa, co…
f*ck up somebody (f*ck somebody up) – ae oo oo-o.
be f*cked up – coe, oecooe ooa.
f*ck somebody down – oec, oca. You f*cked me down!
 
e eooe ae oo eoo coa:
 
f*ck somebody’s mind – ooca o-o o
get f*cked – oa. I got f*cked by that asshole
f*ck somebody – e oo «ac o», o «oa».
f*ck with somebody – a, aaa, eac
motherf*cker – c c
f*cking – e oo oaae «oa», o oe ae oec ee o ac e a caa ooao oac, eoaeo eao. You’re so f*cking beautiful! – eoc aca!
 
B ooce eoe the f*ck oe oec oce co where, what, why, who ., co ee oee eae a oe a ooc. Who the f*ck are you? – A o ooe ao?
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12 useful expressions with a verb TO HAVE

, 27 2019 . 18:43 +
1.TO HAVE A DRINK -  
We had a drink in a coffeeshop near where I work.
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2. TO HAVE A SNACK -  
I couldn't wait for dinner so I had a quick snack.
, .
 
3. TO HAVE A BATH/SHOWER - / 
I had a hot bath after the rugby match.
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4. TO HAVE A SHAVE -  
He had a shave, then went downstairs for breakfast.
, .
 
5. TO HAVE A REST -  
Can we have a rest? I'm really tired.
? .
 
6. TO HAVE A LIE-DOWN -  
I need a lie-down after all that heavy lifting.
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7. TO HAVE A SWIM -  
We had a swim in the river.
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8. TO HAVE A SLEEP -  
She had a little sleep after lunch.
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9. TO HAVE A GOOD/BAD TIME - /  
We had a good time at the party.
.
 
10. TO HAVE A CHAT -  
We had a chat about our holidays.
.
 
11. TO HAVE A QUARREL -
I had a quarrel with her.
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, 24 2019 . 15:38 +
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... - …
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, 08 2019 . 21:43 +
. – To vanish into thin air. (.: « »)
 
. – Like a bolt from the blue. (.: « () »)
 
. – As plain as the nose on your face.(.: « »)
 
. – You might as well talk to a brick wall.(.: « »)
 
. – Disappeared as if by magic. (.: «, »)
 
. – Packed like sardines. (.: « »)
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, 28 2019 . 18:06 +
, ? , … 
: « ?»
, . , . , , -. — .
, , ... , , , . .
. , , « », . , .
1100 44 — , . , .
 
!
, . , .
, ! , .
, : biography — autobiography, child — childhood ..
, . : . .
 
“i” “e” ( — “c”)
 
, . , “ee”, shield ().
: piece (), niece (), priest (), thief ().
“c”: conceive (, ), receive (), receipt (; recipe — ).
, “a” “i”, :
“a”: eight (), neighbor (), reign (), weight ()
“i”: either (; ), height (), feisty (), sleight ()
: seize (), weird (), conscience (, ), efficient () . .
 
- . : , ?..
(silent letter) — , , . . , — , .
:
a — thread (), bread (), tread ()
b — lamb (), bomb (), womb ()
c — scissors (), science (), scent ()
d — edge (), bridge (), badge ()
e — .
h — honour (), honest (), school ()
k — knot (), knight (), knowledge ()
l — talk (), psalm (), balm ()
n — hymn (), autumn (), column (, )
p — pneumatic (), psalm (), psychology ()
s — isle, island (), aisle (, . )
t — listen (), rustle (), whistle ()
u — biscuit (; !), guess (), guitar ()
w — write (), wrong (), wrist ()
 
“e”
“e” — . , “e”.
(suffix) , (stem) . 
:
force () + ful = forceful ()
manage () + ment = management ()
sincere () + ly = sincerely ()
“y”, “e” .
:
fame () + ous = famous ()
nerve () + ous = nervous ()
believable () + y = believably ()
criticise () + ism = criticism ()
: mileage ( ), agreeable ().
 
(prefix), .
:
anti + septic = antiseptic ()
auto + biography = autobiography ()
de + mobilize = demobilize ()
dis + approve = disapprove ( )
im + possible = impossible ()
inter + national = international ()
mega + byte = megabyte ()
mis + fortune = misfortune ()
micro + chip = microchip ()
re + used = reused ()
un + available = unavailable ()
 
, . . , , , , — .
 
,
, , .
: treat (; ) + ment = treatment (; ).
 
, , , , (ing, er, ed, est).
:
mop () + ing = mopping ()
big () + est = biggest ( )
hot () + er = hotter ( )
, “l”, “l” .
:
model () + ing = modelling ()
travel () + er = traveller ()
, “r”, “x”, “w”, “y”, .
fear () + ing = fearing (, , )
box (, !) + er = boxer ()
know () + ing = knowing (, , )
play () + ing = playing (, , )
, .
maintain () + ing ( a + i) = maintaining ()
keep () + er ( e + e) = keeper (; )
hang () + er ( n + g) = hanger ()
 
, “ce” “ge”
, “a” “o”, “e” .
:
manage () + able = manageable ()
notice () + able = noticeable ()
courage () + ous = courageous ()
: prestige () + ous = prestigious ()
 
, “ie”
“ing” , “ie”, “e” , “i” “y”.
:
die () — dying (, , )
lie () — lying (, , )
tie () — tying (, , )
 
, “y”
, “as”, “ed”, “es”, “er”, “eth”, “ly”, “ness”, “ful” “ous”, , “y” , “y” “i” .
:
eighty () + eth = eightieth ()
duty () + es = duties ()
lazy () + ness = laziness ()
mystery () + ous = mysterious ()
beauty () + ful = beautiful ()
multiply () + ed = multiplied ()
cosy () + ly = cosily ()
 
, “y”
“y” , “er”, “ing” “ed”.
:
destroy () — destroying — destroyed
buy () — buying — buyer
play () — playing — player
 
, , . , , — , , . .
: , , , . , .​
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, 19 2019 . 17:30 +
I. .
1: + + +
 
, . :
1.1. .
 
.: Salt is white. .
 
A boy is here. .
 
1.2. ( ?, ?).
 
.: She is a doctor. .
 
1.3. (it, there, one).
 
.: One can do it. .
 
There are some desks in the classroom. .
 
It is dark. .
 
2. . , to.
 
.: He lives in Rostov. .
 
To be .
 
.: I am a doctor. .
 
, to be . , .
 
.: Are you reading? ?
 
, .
 
3. . ?, ?, ?, ? , , .
 
.: I gave her a book. (her – , book – ). .
 
I gave a book to her. . (a book – , to her – ). .
 
4. . , How? – ?, , Where – ?, , When? – ?
 
, , .
 
: .
 
2: + + + + .
 
.: Yesterday I watched TV with pleasure at home. (with pleasure , at home – , yesterday – ).
 
, :
 
He helps his father every day.
 
Every day she reads periodicals.
 
.
 
, :
 
.
 
.
 
.
 
.
 
II. .
, , .
 
«» «».
 
:
 
3: + +
 
Does he live in Rostov?
 
to be to have, .
 
Was he at home yesterday?
 
Has she got a dog?
 
4: + +
 
Must we study English?
 
.
 
5: + + + + +
 
Where is he from?
 
What is her name?
 
, or – :
 
6: + or + .
 
Is he a teacher or a doctor?
 
+ .
 
7: + , ( ) + not + .
 
He is a doctor, is not he?
 
III. .
8: + + not + + +
 
He is not a doctor.
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, 04 2019 . 22:31 +
— Omelette 
— Entrecote, steak 
— Cutlet 
— Balyk 
O — Pork chop 
— Round fried meat pie 
— Marshmallow sticks 
— Beef Stroganoff 
— Paskha 
— Baklava 
— Round rissoles, meatballs 
— Paste 
— (Beef) steak 
— Peking(-style) duck 
— Pancake, flapjack 
— Meat dumplings 
— Borscht, borsch 
— Pie 
— Botvinia 
— Pizza 
— Doughnut-shaped bread roll
— Pilau, palaw, pilaff 
— Cold baked pork 
— Bun 
— Bouillon; broth 
— Soup, pottage 
— Bread and butter ( ); Open sandwich ( )
— Spice cake 
— Curd, fruit dumpling 
— Pudding 
— Preserve, jam Ragout 
— Curd tart 
— Rassolnik 
— Vermicelli 
— Rasstegai 
— Beetroot salad 
— Roast goose 
— Hamburger, burger 
— Roast beef 
— Gazpacho 
( ) — Roll 
- — Egg-and-sugar shake 
(.) — Swiss roll 
— Stuffed cabbage roll 
— Shin 
— Pieces of toasted bread 
— Salad 
— Goulash 
— Salami 
— Potato pancakes 
— Samosa 
— Roast (meat) 
— Beet(root) soup 
— Aspic 
— Dressed herring 
— Baked pudding 
— Solyanka 
— Sbiten 
— Spaghetti 
— Zrazy 
— Galantine; meat jelly () 
— Round loaf 
— Souvlaki 
— Fried potatoes 
— Pea soup 
— Potatoes boiled in their jackets 
— Mushroom soup 
— Deep-fried potatoes 
— Chicken soup 
— Mashed potatoes; potato mash 
— Noodle soup 
— Porridge; kasha 
— Onion soup 
— Boiled buckwheat 
— Milk soup 
— Cooked semolina 
— Fish soup 
— Porridge 
— Kharcho 
— Boiled pearl barley 
— Sushi 
— Millet porridge 
— Curd fritter, cottage cheese pancake 
— Cream of rice 
— Sandwich 
— Sauerkraut 
— (Small) meatballs 
— Kebab 
— Turya 
— Trickled pastries 
— Fish soup 
— Tempura 
— Fondue 
— Knodel 
— Meatball, fishball 
— Nuts-and-honey bar 
— Fricassee 
— Cutlet 
- — Foie gras 
— Chop 
— Fugu 
— Halva, halavah 
— Rissole 
— Khinkali 
— Kulebyaka, coulibiac 
— Jellied minced meat 
— Easter cake 
- — Hot dog 
— Boiled rice with raisins and honey 
— Cheburek 
— Cheeseburger 
— Lasagna 
— Cheesecake 
— Noodles 
— (Potato) chips 
— Lecho 
— Gyro 
- — Minced mutton chop
— Shish kebab 
— Macaroni 
— Schnitzel 
— (Oriental) dumplings 
— Chorba 
— Mimosa salad 
— Cabbage soup 
— Muesli 
— Escalope 
— Okroshka 
— Fried eggs (); scrambled eggs () 
— Thick pancake 
— Salade Olivier
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, 22 2019 . 14:04 +

, – , :

( ) — Please
( "") — You are welcome
( . ) — Frontier
( ) — Border
(, ) — Shade
( ) — Shadow
( ) — Place
( ) — Room — Is there some more room in the bag?
() — Seat — Are there free seats in the bus?
() — Paint
() — Dye
() (. .) — Hung
() (. .) — Hanged
() — Tear — Tear a coat on a nail
() — Tear up — Tear up the letter
( ) — Made of — Tables are made of wood
( ) — Made from — Bread is made from wheat
(), — Do
(), — Make
() — Win
() — Beat
() — To be drowned
( ) — To sink
( ) — Wounded
( ) — Injured
( -) — Convince
( ) — Persuade
(, ) — Bring
(, ) — Fetch
( ) — Learn — He learns well
() — Study — He studies physics
— Teach
() — Last
( ) — Latest — Latest news
— Good — The news is not so good
— Well — I feel well
( ) — Tall
( ) — High
( ) — Clean
— Clear — Clear water
( ) () — Like — You do not look like your brother
( , ) — As — You do not play the game as I do
( ) — Except — There was nobody there except me
( ) — Besides — I have other cars besides this one.
— Lie
— Lay
— Grow
— Grow up
— Steal
— Rob
— Rise
— Raise
() — Hire
() — Rent
(, ) — Appropriate, — Your dress in not appropriate for the occasion
(, ) — Relevant
( ) — Corresponding — Each coat hangs on the corresponding peg
( ) — Take an exam
— Pass an exam
— Fail an exam
( ) — Common — They have a common goal
( ) — General — In general, this is how it works...
( ) — Shared

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