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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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, 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.
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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.
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10. TO HAVE A CHAT -  
We had a chat about our holidays.
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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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, 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” .
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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.
 
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, :
 
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.
 
.
 
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?
 
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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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Some any

, 01 2019 . 08:57 +

some any , . some any .

Some :

1)
2) , where, when, how .

3) , .

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Give me some tea. , , .
You should add some salt to the potato saiad. .
Where can I get some hot water? ?
Couid I have some more coffee? ?

Any

1)
2) ( « », . ., , ).

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I have not taken any English books with me. () .
Boris doesn't make any mis-takes in spelling. () .

, — — . :

I don't have any stamps at home.
I have no stamps at home.

I don't have any money with me.
I have no money with me.

There are not any flowers in the blue vase,
There are no flowers in the blue vase.

Some any :

-, -, -, -, ,

:

There was an article about it in some British magazine.
Put some water in that vase.
Thete were some journalists at that party.
Here are some recipes for you.
Some plants don't need frequent watering.

Any «». :

You may take any flowers you like.
, .

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