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, 16 2019 . 17:29 +
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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100

, 10 2018 . 13:07 +
actual — , ,
alone —
another — , ,
awful — ,
basic — , ,
best —
better — ,
big — , , , ,
black — ,
blue —
brown —
busy — ;
central — , , ,
certain — ,
clear — , , ,
cold —
common — , , ,
complete — , , ,
correct — , ,
 
dark —
deep —
different — , ,
direct — , ; ,
dry — , , , ,
early — ,
easy — , , , ,
empty —
entire — , ,
equal — , ; ,
far — , ,
fast — , ; ,
final — , ,
fine — , ; , ,
free — , ,
front —
full —
glass —
good —
great — , ,
green —
 
happy —
hard — , ; , ,
heavy —
high — ; , ,
hot —
human — , ; ,
important — , ,
kind — , ,
known —
large —
last —
late —
light —
little — , ; , ( , )
long —
loud —
low — , ; ; ( , )
main — ; , ;
most — ,
narrow — , ;
national — , ,
near —
new —
next — ; ; ,
 
old —
only —
poor —
possible — ,
private — , , ,
quick —
ready — , ,
real — , , ,
recent — , ; , ,
red —
rich —
right —
round —
safe —
same —
serious —
short —
simple — , ,
single — ; ; ;
slow — , ; , ,
small — , ;
social — ; , ,
special — , ,
staring — ( ), ,
strong — , , , ,
sure — ; , ;
sweet —
 
tasty —
usual — ,
various — , ,
warm —
white —
whole — , ;
wide —
wooden —
young — , ; ,
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, 20 2018 . 13:13 +
1.Talk big — ,  
2. Run for one's life — ,  
3. Throw good money after bad —  
4. Cast a glance —  
5. Put on a show —  
6. Take turns —  
7. Make a nuisance of oneself —  
8. Play the fool —  
9. Have smb on the string —  
10. Out of sight —  
11. Take for granted —  
12. Make a show of —  
13. Break loose —  
14. fall /be out of favor — /  
15. Be quits —  
16. Be at the end of one's tether —  
17. Set the pace —  
18. Keep pace with smb —  
19. Drive someone into a corner —  
20. Hurt smb's pride —  
21. Cover one's tracks —  
22. Be up to smth —  
23. Catch smb unawares —  
24. Take by surpirse —  
25. Know smb by sight —  
26. Know one's place —  
27. Lead the way —  
28. Run counter to smth —  
29. Go to all lengths —  
30. Have a way with —  
31. Tempt fate —  
32. In smb's stead — - 
33. Get one's hand in / have a hand in smth —  
34. Make up for lost time —  
35. Go back on one's word —  
36. Begin the world —  
37. Keep one's nose out of smth —  
38. Have a bite —  
39. Do smb a good / bad turn — /  
40. Lose sight of —
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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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, , , , , .

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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 — , ,  
, , «» ( ) , , : 
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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