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, 09 2020 . 00:12 +
 
— Already
— In time
— Yesterday
— Yesterday morning
— Long ago
— Always
— Tomorrow
— Tomorrow night
— Now
— Sometimes
— When
-, — Ever
— Right away
— Not long ago
— Never
— It is late
— Today
— Day after tomorrow
— Day before yesterday
— It is early
— Seldom
— Then
— Often
— Just
— Every year
(, ) — This (last, next) week
— Every day
— In two days
— In a week
— In a month
— In a year
— In a few years
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, 19 2020 . 19:23 +
 
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charming – ,
engaging –
happy –
pleasant [ 'plezənt ] –
pleased [ 'pli:zt ] –
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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, 19 2020 . 10:04 +
 
Come over and visit. — .
Come to see us tonight. — .
Come and see me on Sunday. — .
Come to my birthday party. — .
Come to dinner. — .
Drop in. — .
I want to invite you to lunch. — .
Call any day you like. — , .
How about coming with us to the club? — ?
Would you like to have some coffee? — ?
Would you like to come for a walk? — ?
Would you care to come to my place and have a drink? — ?
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, 10 2020 . 23:22 +
 
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- flat (.)/apartment (.)
, - lawyer(.)/attorney (.)
- luggage (.)/ baggage ()
- milliard (.)/ billion (.)
- cab (.)/ taxi (.)
- city/town centre (.)/ downtown (.)
- chemist's (.)/ drugstore (.)
- lift ()/ elevator (.)
- autumn (.)/ fall (.)
- motorway (.)/ highway (.)
- cross-roads (.)/ intersection (.)
- coach (.)/ long-distance bus (.)
- post (.)/mail (.)
- cinema (.)/ movies (.)
- trousers (.)/ pants (.)
- railway (.)/ railroad (.)
- shop-assistant (.)/ salesman, clerk (.)
- time-table (.)/ schedule ()
- football (.)/ soccer (.)
- underground (.)/ subway (.)
- advocate (.)/ trial lawyer (.)
- lorry (.)/ truck (.)
 
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, 24 2020 . 10:49 +
 
Everything at Once* ( Lenka)
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As sly as a fox, as strong as an ox.
, .
As fast as a hare, as brave as a bear.
, .
As free as a bird, as neat as a word.
, .
As quiet as a mouse, as big as a house.
, , .
 
All I wanna be, all I wanna be, oh.
, – , – , ,
All I wanna be is everything.
, – .
 
As mean as a wolf, as sharp as a tooth.
, .
As deep as a bite, as dark as the night.
, .
As sweet as a song, as right as a wrong.
, .
As long as a road, as ugly as a toad.
, .
 
As pretty as a picture hanging from a fixture.
, .
Strong like a family, strong as I wanna be.
, .
Bright as day, as light as play.
, .
As hard as nails, as grand as a whale.
, .
 
All I wanna be oh, all I wanna be, oh.
, – , – , .
All I wanna be is everything.
, – .
Everything at once.
.
Everything at once, oh.
, .
Everything at once.
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As warm as the sun, as silly as fun.
, .
As cool as a tree, as scary as the sea.
, .
As hot as fire, cold as ice.
, .
Sweet as sugar and everything nice.
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As old as time, as straight as a line.
, .
As royal as a queen, as buzzed as a bee.
, .
Stealth as a tiger, smooth as a glider.
,
Pure as a melody, pure as I wanna be.
, .
 
All I wanna be oh, all I wanna be, oh.
, – , – , .
All I wanna be is everything.
, – .
Everything at once.
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, 15 2020 . 21:03 +
 
 
tasty -
tin -
crisp -
drink, drank, drunk -
cook - ,
tasteless -
lunch -
brew - ,
junk food - ,
delicious - ,
disgusting -
breakfast -
carve - ,
fill with - -
defrost -
descaled -
juicy -
pulp - ()
shelled -
husk -
stuffed -
fatty -
course -
stale - ,
spicy - ,
roast -
slice - ,
fry -
swallow -
stir - ,
insipid - ,
sour - ,
undercooked -
portion -
creamy -
baked -
fried - ,
steamed -
taste -
mixture -
ingredient -
chunk - ,
hunger -
grill -
unripe -
dinner -
menu -
hungry -
heat - ,
tender - ,
bake -
fresh -
helping -
savory -
can -
saute -
diet -
serve - ( ),
cured - ,
firm - ,
seedless -
salted -
pasteurized -
unsalted - ,
salty -
rotten - ,
lick -
supper -
pickled - ,
raw - ,
eat, ate, eaten - ,
steam -
starve - ,
crunchy -
be full -
piece - ,
canned -
scramble -
grate - ( )
skinned - ,
frozen -
rind - ,
seasonal -
crushed - ,
fat free -
crust -
nasty -
tough -
bland -
stew - ,
recipe -
ripe -
peel - ,
broil -
main course -
cookbook -
steam -
roll - ()
smoked -
rasher -
boned -
roasted -
easy cook -
knead - ,
brine -
marinated -
dressed -
overcooked -
leftovers - ,
boil -
fatten - ,
chew -
bitter -
hot -
side dish -
edible -
stodgy -
barbecue -
pour - ,
combine - ,
cooking -
simmer - ,
desiccated -
fragranced -
ground -
sift -
glaze -
decoration -
chef -
 
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American slang!

, 22 2020 . 15:58 +
 
Get a kick out of -
Get away with-
Getaway(n.) -
Get behind (v.phr.) -
Get by(v.phr.) -
Get cold feet (v.phr.) -
Get down (v.phr.) -
Get even (v.phr.) -
Get into a huff (v.phr.) -
Get into a jam (v.phr.) -
Get into a hot water -
Get lost (v.phr.)-
Get nowhere (v.phr.) - ;
Get off someone's back - ;
Get off the dime (v.phr.) - ;
Get on top of something (v.phr.) - -.
Get something over with - -.; -
Get smart (v.phr.) -
Get sore (v.phr.) -
Get the blues (v.phr.) -
Get the go ahead (v.phr.) -
Get the knack of (v.phr.)-
Get the last dance (v.phr.) - ( )
Get the message (v.phr.) -
Get this straight (v.phr.)-
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, 03 2020 . 22:49 +
 
Absent-minded -
Ambitious -
Appealing -
Assertive -
Attractive -
Audacious /ɔːˈdeɪʃəs/ -
Awkward -
Blockhead -
Boastful -
Bore -
Bright - ,
Calm -
Charitable -
Chatter-box -
Cheerful -
Clever -
Clumsy -
Communicative -
Compelling -
Conceited -
Conscientious /ˌkɒnʃɪˈɛnʃəs/ -
Consistent -
Coward -
Cruel -
Cultural -
Cunning -
Dawdler -
Decent -
Diligent -
Docile -
Double-faced -
Earnest -
Eloquent -
Envious -
Fair -
Faithful -
Fearful -
Frank -
Generous -
Gentle -
Good-natured -
Greedy -
Haughty -
Honest -
Hot-tempered -
Humour - ,
Ill-mannered -
Impudent -
Irritable -
Jealous -
Just -
Lazy -
Lazy-bones -
Liar -
Light-minded -
Loyal -
Mean -
Modest -
Naughty -
Neat -
Neat -
Noble -
Obedient -
Obstinate -
Outstanding -
Persistent -
Persuasive -
Polite -
Punctual -
Reasonable -
Relaxed -
Reputation -
Reserved -
Resolute -
Respectful -
Rude -
Self-assured -
Self-starter -
Selfish -
Sentimental -
Shy -
Slacker -
Sleepyhead -
Slippery -
Sloven -
Sluggish -
Sly - ,
Smart -
Sophisticated -
Steady -
Stingy -
Strong-willed -
Sweet-tooth -
Tactful -
Temper - ,
Touchy -
Trait -
Trusting -
Unobtrusive -
Versatile -
Weak-willed -
Well-bred -
Wise -
Witty -
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, 28 2019 . 13:10 +
 
1) Bach Richard. Jonathan Livingston Seagull
 
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(bilingua). "To the real Jonathan Seagull, Who lives within us all". , , , " " , . - - , .
 
2) Bradbury Ray. Fahrenheit 451
: 451 . .
 
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, . . .
 
3) King Stephen. Dolan's Cadillac
 
: "" . . .
 
The narrator, known only by his surname, Robinson, is a schoolteacher who lives in Las Vegas. He has become widowed after Dolan, a wealthy crime-boss, has his wife murdered in order to prevent her from testifying against him. The murder remains unsolved, and Robinson, unskilled in the arts of revenge, has no recourse. Over a seven-year period, however, Robinson—mentally haunted by his wife's voice—devises a scheme of retaliation.
 
4) Bronte Charlotte. Jane Eyre
" " ( - ), 620 .
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5. Salinger J.D. The catcher in the rye
 
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The Catcher in the Rye is a 1951 novel by J. D. Salinger. Originally published for adults, it has since become popular with adolescent readers for its themes of teenage angst and alienation. It has been translated into almost all of the world's major languages. The novel's protagonist and antihero, Holden Caulfield, has become an icon for teenage rebellion.
 
The novel was included on Time's 2005 list of the 100 best English-language novels written since 1923, and it was named by Modern Library and its readers as one of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century. It has been frequently challenged in the United States and other countries for its liberal use of profanity and portrayal of sexuality. It also deals with complex issues of identity, belonging, connection, and alienation.
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, 23 2019 . 20:42 +
 
Hot –
Gorgeous –
A stunner –
A cracker –
A looker – ,
A bit of alright ( ) –
Eye-candy –
Fit – ,
Talent –
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