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! 😊

, 22 2017 . 22:22 +

You admire me! - !
You dazzle me! - !
You inspire me! - !
You madden me! - !

You are so..:
amazing - , ,
attractive -
beautiful - ,
charming - ,
cheerful -
desirable -
disturbing -
gentle - ,
intriguing - ,
stunning - ,
sweet - ,
wise -

:
Thank you! - !
Nice to hear that! - !
Oh, come! - В!
You look good too. - В .

, ?

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, 09 2017 . 19:13 +

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, , , , .
6:05 – six (oh [ 'əu ]) five five past six
6:10 – six ten ten past six
6:15 – six fifteen a quarter past six
6:25 – six twenty five twenty five past six
6:30 – six thirty half past six
6:45 – six forty five a quarter to seven
6:50 – six fifty ten to seven
7:00 – seven o'clock

O'CLOCK ( , , ..).
:

- Wake me at six (o'clock). / ().

- Wake me at ten past six. ( …ten past six o'clock.)
.

PAST AFTER. OF, BEFORE TILL TO.

Ten past six. (BrE)
Ten after six. (AmE)
.

Ten to nine. (BrE)
Ten of nine. (AmE)
.

, ?

, , , .

- What time is it? / ?
- What is the time?/ ?

- Have you got the time? / ? ( .)

- Could you tell me the time?
, ? / , ?

- What time is it by your watch?
?

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, 29 2017 . 17:30 +

am (ante meridiem) — .

pm (post meridiem) — .

etc. (et cetera) — .

e.g. (exempli gratia) — .

i.e. (id est) — . . .,

vs (versus) — .

AD (Anno Domini) — .

BC (Before Christ) – .

jr. (junior) —

sr. (senior) —

smth. (something) – -

smb. (somebody) – -

pl. (plural) —

sing. (singular) –

p. (page) —

ex.(exercise) –

ABC –

Edu. (education) –

Re. (reply) —

Rf. (reference) — ,

St. (street) —

Appx. (appendix) —

Co. (company) —

IMHO (In My Humble Opinion) —

PM (Prime Minister) — -

PA (Personal Assistant) –

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, 21 2017 . 20:22 +

1) Jonathan Livingston Seagull / - Richard Bach /

2) The Lost World / - Arthur Conan Doyle

3) Forrest Gump / - Winston Groom /

4) The Old Man And The See / - Ernest Hemingway

5) O’Henry Stories

6) Edgar Allan Poe The Masque of the Red Death / - /

7) Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice /

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, 16 2017 . 23:25 +

buy-bought-bought ()
,
pay-paid-paid, ()
lay-laid-laid ()
think-thought-thought, ()
.
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Smell-smelt-smelt ! ()

,
put-put-put ()
begin-began-begun ()
!
cut-cut-cut, ()
shut-shut-shut, ()
light-lit-lit, ()
hit-hit-hit. ()
ring-rang-rung ()
, , run-ran-run. ()
think-thought-thought, ()
.

Dig-dug-dug , ()
Come-came-come . ()
: "Go-went-gone, (, )
".

fight-fought-fought, (, )
catch-caught-caught. (, )
bring-brought-brought, ()
get-got-got. ()

bite-bit-bitten, ()
eat-ate-eaten, ()
learn-learnt-learnt ()
burn-burnt-burnt. ()

meet-met-met, ()
keep-kept-kept. ()
, lose-lost-lost, ()
cost-cost-cost. ()

fly-flew-flown. ()
grow-grew-grown. ()
, blow-blew-blown, ()
know-knew-known. ()

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, 08 2017 . 20:56 +

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- barberry
- cowberry, foxberry
- elder-berry
- cherry
- crowberry
- bog bilberry, whortleberry, blueberry
- blackberry
- wild strawberry
- arrowwood, snowball, guelder
- strawberry
- cranberry
- gooseberry
- raspberry
- cloudberry
- sea-buckthorn
- ashberry, rowan(berry)
- black chokeberry
- white currant
- red currant
- black currant
- bearberry
- sweet cherry
- bilberry, whortleberry
- hip

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, 20 2017 . 14:11 +

5222098_SoxzlNPbnY (519x604, 36Kb)
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charming - ,
engaging -
happy -
pleasant [ 'plezənt ] -
pleased -
sweet - ,
broad -
cunning -
faint -
ironical -
sad -
strained - ,
wry -
enigmatic [ enig'mætik ] -
winning -

:
dark -
fair - ,
sallow - -

:
delicate [ 'delikət ] -
rough [ 'rʌf ] -

:
aquiline [ 'ækwilain ] -
flat -
hooked [ 'hukt ] -
snub -
fleshy -

:
full -
thick -
rosy -
painted -
parched -
parted -
bite one's lips -
compose one's lips -
curl one's lips -
purse one's lips -

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, 15 2017 . 23:10 +

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help! — !

be careful! — !
look out! — !
watch out! — !

please help me — ,

call an ambulance! — !
I need a doctor —

there's been an accident —
please hurry! — , !

are you OK? — ?
is everyone OK? — ?

stop, thief! — !
call the police! — !

my wallet's been stolen —
my purse has been stolen —

I'd like to report a theft —
my car's been broken into —
I've been mugged —
I've been attacked

fire! — !
call the fire brigade! — !

I'm lost —
we're lost —

I can't find my ... — ...
keys —
passport —

I've lost my ... — ...
wallet —
purse —
camera —

I've locked myself out of my ... — ...
car —
room —

please leave me alone — ,
go away! — !

"interesting"

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"interesting"

, 22 2017 . 15:05 +

, , , , , interesting. ? , interesting , , , “ ”. : “It was an interesting trip, an interesting performance…” , , , .


:
• thought-provoking – . , , :
“The Twelve” by Nikita Mikhalkov is the most thought-provoking movie I’ve ever seen.
• thrilling – , . thriller, , – , . :
The episode where the main character was escaping from the prison was really thrilling: he could be caught any minute.
• moving touching – :
The pieces showed by BBC in “Animal Planet” are often very touching.
• amazing – . , , :
The shooting in “The Big Blue” is amazing.
• stunning – :
The 3d graphics in “Avatar” are stunning.
• breathtaking – , :
I find that “Pirates of the Caribbean” is a breathtaking adventure film.
• fascinating – , , , :
I think learning foreign languages is fascinating!
• hilarious – , :
This sketch show is hilarious!
• brilliant – , , , :
The actress played her role brilliantly!
:
He’s a brilliant (smart) student, composer, writer.
• fabulous – , :
There was a fabulous view high across the river from the window of my hotel room.
Fabulous - – - , . “The Fabulous Life of…”, , , .
• bodacious – . , , , :
Bodacious bargain!
, :
Bodacious babe!
• gorgeous – , . : gorgeous view, gorgeous skyline, gorgeous shot, gorgeous sunset. :
You look gorgeous tonight!- .
• magnificent – , . stunning:
The Tower Bridge looks magnificent in foggy weather.
• terrific – , , :
You look terrific in your new outfit!

, :
• disappointing frustrating – , :
I didn’t like the business trip, it was very frustrating experience.
, ; -, , frustrating image.
• dull – , , , :
The book makes dull reading.
, , , . dull season – .
• outrageous – , , :
It was outrageous injustice!
• depressing – , :
The weather was dull and depressing.

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, 02 2017 . 18:10 +

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 By one's father's side ,
10 Just a joke
11 Have a heart! !, !
12 A good beginning makes a good ending
13 Too good to be true , / ,
14 Who knew, who is who - " "
15 New lords new laws -....
16 Honesty is the best policy -
17 A light purse is a heavy curse ,
18 It's like putting a saddle on a cow
19 An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth ,
20 I dare swear
21 As snug as a bug in a rug ,
22 Look who's talking! , !
23 There is no rose without thorn
24 If there is a will, there is a way
25 There is no place like home ,
26 There is no smoke without fire
27 Lovely weather for ducks! !
28 There is a black sleep in every flock -
29 But … There is always but… … -, …
30 There are spots even on the sun
31 When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow

32 There is no royal road to learning
33 There's many a slip between the cup and the lip /
34 While there is life, there is hope [] –
35 There is no flying from fate
36 There is a small choice in rotten apples

37 If there were no clouds we should not enjoy the sun ,
38 There is no so faithful friend, as a good book ,
39 No buts! !
40 No new – is a good new -
41 Tastes differ
42 Where there is a will there is a way - / ,
43 One man's meat is another man's poison ,
44 Pull your finger out / to make more effort

45 Turn over a new leaf , , ,
46 Break a leg / good luck !
47 Rome wasn't built in a day
48 The early bird catches the worm
,
49 Practice makes perfect
,
50 Start from scratch
51 All in the same boat -.
52 You can count it on your fingers
/
53 Twist the knife in the wound
/
54 Put that in your pine and smoke it
/
55 But there is no flying from fate

56 A dog is a manger –
57 Well begun is half done /
58 A lame duck
59 It's never too late to learn
,
60 True love has no happy end, true love – has no end at all
,
61 No man can serve two masters

62 Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today
,
63 You can't judge a man's character by his looks

64 A man can do no more than he can
65 You can't have it both ways ,
66 Put one's money where one's mouth is
67 If you can't beat them, join them ,
68 One cannot be in two places at once
69 The leopard cannot change his spots
70 You can't sell the cow and drink the milk
71 You can't eat your cake and have it
72 You can't make an omelet without breaking eggs ,
73 Man can't live by bread alone
74 One can't make a silk purse if a sow's ear
75 He that can't obey cannot command ,
76 You can't get blood from a stone
77 Pigs to you ! !
78 Nothing is stolen without hands
79 Men may meet but mountains never . —
80 The evil would may be cured but not the evil name
81 What may be done at any time is done at no time
,
82 Nothing is impossible to a willing heart
,
83 A bird may be known by its song
84 Nothing is so certain as the unexpected ,
85 As well be hanged (hung) for a sheep as for a lamb ,
86 Every man has a fool in his sleeve
87 Men leap over where the hedge is lowest

88 No man is born wise or learned
89 He knows all the answers.
90 They that think they know everything, know nothing
, , ,
91 Wit once bought is worth twice taught ,
92 You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink
,
93 Learning is the eye of the mind ,
94 He know most who speaks least ,
95 Money makes the mare go
96 Money can't buy you love
97 The love of money is the root of all evil
98 Money doesn't grow on trees
99 One swallow does not make a summer
100 Make hay while the sun shines , ; ,

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