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, 03 2016 . 11:51 +

:
. Thank you / Thanks.
. Thank you very much.
( ""). You're welcome.
. Yes.
. No.
(). Please.
, (- ). Here you are.
. I see.
. All right / OK.
. That's all right.
! Never mind!
? How far is it to the town?
? How many (much)?
? How long?
, . This way, please.
? Whom should I ask?
. I don't understand.
, . I'm sorry, I didn't catch you.
. After you.
. There's a lot of traffic here.
. I'm lost.
-? Do you speak English?

:
! Good morning!
! Good afternoon!
! Good evening!
. Good night.
! Hallo! / Hi!
. How do you do?
(). I'd like to meet you in the (lobby).
. It's nice to meet you.
. I'm glad to see you again.
(). I am married.
( ). I am single.
? How are you?
? How are you getting along?
? What's news?
. Long time to see.
, ? May I have your name?
. This is my business card.
( ). May I introduce you to my husband (wife)? /
Let me introduce you to...
. Please give my kind regards to your mother.
. Say hallo to Nick for me.
, . I would like to do that, thank you. / With great pleasure, thank you.
. I am pleased to do so.
. Goodbye.
. See you later.
. See you soon.
. Take care of yourself.
. Let's keep in touch.
. I'm looking forward to seeing you again.

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, 31 2016 . 10:15 +

, , ,  - . , ,  .

• Hello? – ! ()

• Thank you for calling ( ). Max speaking. How can I help you? – , . . ?

• Hey George. It’s Lisa calling. () – , . .

• Hello, this is Julie Madison calling. – /. /  ( ).

• Hi, it’s Gerry from the dentist’s office here. – ,  () .

• This is she. – . ( )

• Speaking. –   . ( )

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• Is Fred in? – ? ()

• Is Jackson there, please? – , , ? ()

• May I speak with Mr. Green, please? – , , ?

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• Just a sec. I’ll get him. – . . ()

• Hang on one second. – / ()

• Please hold and I’ll put you through to his office. – , , .

• One moment please. – , .

• All of our operators are busy at this time. Please hold for the next available person. – . , , - .

• Could you please repeat that? – ?

• Would you mind spelling that for me? – ?

• Could you speak up a little please? – , ?

• Can you speak a little slower please. My English isn’t very strong. – . .

• Can you call me back? I think we have a bad connection. – ? , .

• Can you please hold for a minute? I have another call. – , , . .

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• Sammy’s not in. Who’s this? – . ? ()

• I’m sorry, Lisa’s not here at the moment. Can I ask who’s calling? – , . , ?

• I’m afraid he’s stepped out. Would you like to leave a message? – , . ?

• He’s on lunch right now.Who’s calling please? – . , , ?

• He’s busy right now. Can you call again later? – . ?

• I’ll let him know you called. – , .

• I’ll make sure she gets the message. – / .

• Yes, can you tell him his wife called, please. – , , , .

• No, that’s okay, I’ll call back later. – , , .

• Yes, it’s x from CompInc. here. When do you expect her back in the office? – ,  (). ?

• Thanks, could you ask him to call Max when he gets in? – , , ?

• Do you have a pen handy. I don’t think he has my number. – ? , .

• Thanks. My number is … – , …

 

• Let me repeat that just to make sure. – .

• Did you say 555 Charles St.? –  ()?

• You said your name was John, right? – , , ?

• Well, I guess I better get going. Talk to you soon. – , , . .

• Thanks for calling. Bye for now. – . / !

• I have to let you go now. – .

• I have another call coming through. I better run. – . .

• I’m afraid that’s my other line. – , .

• I’ll talk to you again soon. Bye. – . .

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, 05 2016 . 06:25 +

1. Virtually - ( )
2. Actually - ( )
3. Agency - , ( )
4. Alley - ( )
5. Air-port - ( )
6. Ambition - ( )
7. Cabin - ( )
8. Factor- , ( )
9. Caravan - , ( )
10. Calendar - ( )
11. Data - , ( )
12. Demon - ( )
13. Decade - ( )

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, 21 2016 . 17:21 +

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... - ...

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!

, 05 2016 . 16:10 +

12 ,

, , , . . .

, , Grey’s Anatomy , .

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, 22 2016 . 22:22 +

it's high time - ( " ")
take your time - ( " ")
help yourself - ( " ")
to take measures - ( "")
to make a decision - ( "")
to achieve results -


pay attention - ( "") ()
draw (smb's) attention - (-)
to take a chance -
to have a rest -
to take offence -
to take a nap -


shadow cabinet -
to hit the target -
golden share -
to put an end to - ,
to play with fire -
the root of the trouble -


to read between lines -
to take into account -
to make a point -
to jump at conclusions -
moment of silence -
ups-and-downs -


trouble shooter -
at the world's end -
think tank -
token strike -
in accordance with -
on account of -


in addition to -
at any rate -
on behalf of -
on the basis of -
for the benefit of -
by and large -


in charge of -
in connection with -
in contrast to/with -
in the course of -
as early as -
with the exception of -
at the expense of -

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IELTS ? , IELTS !

, 07 2016 . 14:43 +

,  IELTS , , , . ,  IELTS  International english language testing system .

,  IELTS, ,  IELTS.

, - , ?

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, 06 2016 . 11:51 +

begin - ()
appear -
be late -
continue - ()
take - ()
put off -
finish -
end - () 2
stop -
cease -

move - ()
lift -
raise -
rise -
lower -
go out -
go in -
leave -
cross -
go along -

follow -
turn right/left - ,
arrive -
return -
go - ,
come -
go on foot -
run -
fly -
ride - /

be -
have -
there is -
be present -
be sufficient -
be absent -
be empty -
gather - ()
add -
fill -

be full -
reduce -
exclude -
spend -
spoil -
remain -
keep -
possess -
belong -
contain -

march -
walk -
run -
crawl -
tiptoe -
drag -
push -
jump -
leap - ( )
hop -
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skip -
hit -
stretch - ,
lift -
put down -
dive -
lean - ,
sit -
crouch -
squat -
bend -

pick up -
hold -
carry -
slap/hit - ( )
punch -
kick -
catch -
throw -
pull -

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,

, 28 2016 . 10:37 +

-, ! - Holy cats! Well meet!
! (! !) ! - Hubba-hubba! That's you!


, - Hey, boy.
, - Hey, kiddo.
, , - Hey, geezer.
, - Hey, guy.
, - Hey, guys.
, , - Hey, honey, hon.
, - Hey, cookie, bunny.
, - Hey, baby.
, - Hey, buddy.
, - Hey, buzzard.


- Good morning.
( 16.00) - Good afternoon.
- Good evening.
- Good night.


? - How are you? (How are you getting on?)
? - What's news?
? - What are you going?
? - What the hell are you doing here?
? - What has gone down?
- Where do you hail from?
? - Where are you belting now?
? - Are you all right? (quite well?)
? - Why are you (so) bugged?
- ? - You're all pissed-off you're in the dolldrums.


- I'm dog-sick. I'm dog-tired.
- I'm dead-creased.

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, 16 2016 . 16:31 +

at first blush - ,
be at sea -
at sixes and sevens - ,


back out -
back up - ,
back to the wall - a,


ball of fire - e
bananas oil - ,
beat about the bush -


beat it - , ,
beef up - ,
between the devil and the deep blue sea -


big mouth -
blast off - ,
blow one's stack, blow a fuse, blow one's stop - ,


to blow smb's mind - , ()
butter up - ,
cancel out - ,


calm down - ,
catch some Z's -
chew the fat - , ,


chicken feed ( ) -
crash the gates -

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