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, 16 2015 . 14:30 +

now -
then -
the day before yesterday -
yesterday morning -
yesterday -
last night -

this morning - c
today -
tonight -
tomorrow morning -
tomorrow -
tomorrow night -
the day after tomorrow -
in the morning -
in the afternoon -
in the evening -

last week -
last month -
last year -
this week -
this month -
this year -

next week -
next month -
next year -
the previous day -
the previous week -
the previous month -

the previous year -
the following day -
the following week -
the following month -
the following year -

at once / immediately -
right away / straight away -
soon - c

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, 08 2015 . 11:09 +

1. desire -
2. glory -
3. pumpkin -
4. experience -
5. reconciliation -
6. astonishing -
7. child -
8. sophisticate - ,
9. regret -
10. rebellion -
11. tranquillity -
12. sunrise -
13. sunset -
14. fabulous - ,
15. meadow -
16. reflection -
17. passion -
18. umbrella -
19. lollipop -
20. banana -
21. animal -
22. perfection -
23. mother -
24. Important -
25. gorgeous -
26. sweetheart -
27. butterfly -
28. blackberry -
29. unique -
30. summer -
31. incredible -
32. inspiration -
33. equestrian - ,
34. holiday -
35. faith -
36. hope -
37. love -
38. consequences -
39. extraterrestrial -
40. father -
41. dandelion -
42. innuendo -
43. pray -
44. paradise -
45. imaginary -
46. pleasure -
47. measure -
48. happiness -
49. simultaneously -
50. destination -
51. insatiable -
52. skyscraper -
53. magnificent -
54. miracle -
55. pronunciation -
56. hurricane -
57. lullaby -
58. jubilation -
59. reliable -
60. light -

61. universe -
62. volcano -
63. rise -
64. pure -
65. amazing -
66. forever -
67. believe -
68. crazy -
69. smart -
70. fate - ,
71. accomplishment -
71. sempiternal -
72. sleepwalker -
73. multiplication -
74. infidelity -
75. success -
76. honey -
77. exciting -
78. satisfactory -
79. mercy -
80. essential -
81. humanity -
82. disclosure -
83. unfortunately -
84. liberty -
85. library -
86. beautiful -
87. betrayal -
88. grateful -
89. unbelievable -
90. naive -
91. smile -
92. behavior -
93. impressive -
94. procrastinate -
95. admit -
96. sophisticated -
97. maintain -
98. sunshine -
99. guilty -
100. sadness -

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, 21 2015 . 12:18 +

set about  —  , , , , ,
set apart  — , , ,
set aside  — , , , , ,
set back  — , , ,

set by  — ,
set down  — , , , , , ,

set forth  — , , ,
set forward  — ,

set in  — , ,
set off  — , , , , ,

set on  — , , , , ,
set out  — , , , , ,

set over  — 
set to  —  , , ,
set up  — , , , , , ,

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, 23 2015 . 12:45 +

, – , :

( ) — 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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, 10 2015 . 12:25 +

ancient [ˈeɪːnʃənt]  
architecture [ˈɑːkɪtɛktʃə]  
arrive [ə`raɪv]  
art gallery [ˈɑːt `gæləri]  
attraction [ətrˈækʃən]  
breathtaking [brˈeθtɛɪːkɪŋ]  
business district [bˈɪznəs dˈɪstrɪkt]  

castle [kˈɑːsl]  
church [tʃˈɜːtʃ]  
custom [kˈʌstəm]  
customary [kˈʌstəməri]  
dangerous [dˈeɪːndʒərəs]  
depart [dɪpˈɑːt]  
en route [ˈɒŋ rˈuːt]  

enjoy [ɪndʒˈɔɪː]  
enormous [ɪnˈɔːməs]  
entertainment district [ɛntətˈeɪːnmənt dˈɪstrɪkt]  
event [ɪvˈent]  
exhibition [ɛksɪbˈɪʃən]  
expect [ɪkspˈekt]  
fascinating [fˈæsɪnɛɪːtɪŋ]  
gorgeous [gˈɔːdʒəs]  
locals [louklz]  

location [ləʊːkˈeɪːʃən]  
lovely [lˈʌvli]  
magnificent [mægnˈɪfɪsn̩t]  
market [mˈɑːkɪt]  
monument [mˈɒnjʊmənt]  
museum [mjuzˈɪəːm]  
necessities [nɪsˈesɪtiz]
 
reconstructed [rikənstrˈʌktɪd]  
relax [rɪlˈæks]  
request [rɪkwˈest]  
restaurant district [rˈestrɒnt dˈɪstrɪkt]  
restored [rɪstˈɔːd]  
scenery [sˈiːnəri]  
shopping district [ʃˈɒpɪŋ dˈɪstrɪkt]  

sit back [sɪt bæk] ,  
supermarket [sˈuːpəmɑːkɪt]  
surroundings [sərˈaʊːndɪŋz]  
thrilling [θrˈɪlɪŋ]  
unbelievable [ʌnbɪlˈiːvəbl]  
view [vjˈuː]

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, 01 2015 . 14:38 +

1.Scientia potentia est. - .
2. Vita brevis, ars longa. , - .
3. Volens - nolens. - .
4. Historia est magistra vita. - .
5. Dum spiro, spero. - .
6. Per aspera ad astra! -
7. Terra incognita. .
8. Homo sapiens. .
9. Sina era est studio.
10. Cogito ergo sum. , .
11. Non scholae sed vitae discimus. , .
12. Bis dat qui cito dat. , .
13. Clavus clavo pellitur. .
14. Alter ego. "".
15. Errare humanum est. .
16. Repetitio est mater studiorum. - .
17. Nomina sunt odiosa. .
18. Otium post negotium. .
19. Mens sana in corpore sano. .
20. Urbi et orbi. .
21. Amicus Plato, sed magis amica veritas. , .
22. Finis coronat opus. - .
23. Homo locum ornat, non locus hominem. , - .
24. Ad majorem Dei gloriam. .
25. Una hirundo ver non facit. .
26. Citius, altius, fortius. , , .
27. Sic transit gloria mundi. .
28. Aurora Musis amica. - .
29. Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis. , .
30. Non multa, sed multum. , .
31. E fructu arbor cognoscitur. .
32. Veni, vidi, vici. , , .
33. Post scriptum. .
34. Alea est jacta. .
35. Dixi et animam salvavi. .
36. Nulla dies sine linea. .
37. Quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi. , .
38. Felix, qui potuti rerum cogoscere causas. , .
39. Si vis pacem, para bellum. , .
40. Cui bono? ?
41. Scio me nihil scire. , .
42. Nosce te ipsum! !
43. Est modus in rebus. .
44. Jurare in verba magistri. .
45. Qui tacet, consentire videtur. - .
46. In hoc signo vinces! .( !)
47. Labor recedet, bene factum non abscedet. , .
Non est fumus absque igne. .
49. Duobus certantibus tertius gaudet. - .
50. Divide et impera! !
51. Corda nostra laudus est. .
52. O tempora! O mores! , !
53. Homo est animal sociale. .
54. Homo homini lupus est. - .
55. Dura lex, sed lex. , .
56. O sancta simplicitas! !
57. Hominem quaero! (Dioqines) ! ()
58. At Kalendas Graecas. ( )
59. Quo usque Catlina, abuter patientia nostra? , , ?
60. Vox populi - vox Dei. - .
61. In vene veritas. .
62. Qualis rex, talis grex. , .
63. Qualis dominus, tales servi. , .
64. Si vox est - canta! - !
65. I, pede fausto! !
66. Tempus consilium dabet. .
67. Barba crescit, caput nescit. , .
68. Labores gigunt hanores. .
69. Amicus cognoscitur in amore, more, ore, re. , , , .
70. Ecce homo! !
71. Homo novus. , "".
72. In pace litterae florunt. .
73. Fortes fortuna juiat. .
74. Carpe diem! !
75. Nostra victoria in concordia. .
76. Veritatis simplex est orato. .
77. Nemo omnia potest scire. .
78. Finis coronat opus. - .
79. Omnia mea mecum porto. .
80. Sancta sanctorum. .
81. Ibi victoria ubi concordia. , .
82. Experentia est optima magistra. .
83. Amat victoria curam. .
84. Vivere est cogitare. .
85. Epistula non erubescit. .
86. Festina lente! !
87. Nota bene. .
88. Elephantum ex musca facis. .
89. Ignorantia non est argumentum. .
90. Lupus non mordet lupum. .
91. Vae victis! !
92. Medice, cura te ipsum! , ! ( 4:17)
93. De te fabula narratur. .
94. Tertium non datur. .
95. Age, quod agis. , .
96. Do ut des. , .
97. Amantes - amentes. .
98. Alma mater. .
99. Amor vincit omnia. .
100. Aut Caesar, aut nihil. , .
101. Aut - aut. -.
102. Si vis amari, ama. , .
103. Ab ovo ad mala. .
104. Timeo danaos et dona ferentes. , .
105. Sapienti sat est. .
106. Periculum in mora. .
107. O fallacem hominum spem! !
108. Quoandoe bonus dormitat Homerus. .
109. Sponte sua sina lege .
110. Pia desideria .
111. Ave Caesar, morituri te salutant , , !
112. Modus vivendi
113. Homo sum: humani nihil a me alienum puto. , .
114. Ne quid nimis
115. De qustibus et coloribus non est disputantum. .
116. Ira furor brevis est. .
117. Feci quod potui faciant meliora potentes , . , .
118. Nescio quid majus nascitur Iliade. , .
119. In medias res. , .
120. Non bis in idem. .
121. Non sum qualis eram. , .
122. Abussus abussum invocat. .
123. Hoc volo sic jubeo sit pro ratione voluntas. , .
124. Amici diem perdidi! , .
125. Aquilam volare doces. .
126. Vive, valeque. .
127. Vale et me ama. .
128. Sic itur ad astra. .
129. Si taces, consentus. , .
130. Littera scripta manet. .
131. Ad meliora tempora. .
132. Plenus venter non studet libenter. .
133. Abussus non tollit usum. .
134. Ab urbe conita. .
135. Salus populi summa lex. .
136. Vim vi repelllere licet. .
137. Sero (tarle) venientibus - ossa. .
138. Lupus in fabula. .
139. Acta est fabula. . ( !)
140. Legem brevem esse oportet. .
141. Lectori benevolo salutem. (L.B.S.) .
142. Aegri somnia. .
143. Abo in pace. .
144. Absit invidia verbo. .
145. Abstractum pro concreto. .
146. Acceptissima semper munera sunt, auctor quae pretiosa facit. , .
147. Ad impossibilia nemo obligatur. .
148. Ad libitum. .
149. Ad narrandum, non ad probandum. , , .
150. Ad notam. .
151. Ad personam. .
152. Advocatus Dei (Diavoli) . ().
153. Aeterna urbs. .
154. Aquila non captat muscas. .
155. Confiteor solum hoc tibi. .
156. Cras amet, qui nunquam amavit quique amavit cras amet. , , , .
157. Credo, quia verum (absurdum). , ( ).
158. Bene placito. .
159. Cantus cycneus. .

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reamy - ,
crisp -
savoury -
crunchy -
fresh -
hot -
bitter -
stale -
stodgy -
sweet -
tasteless -
bland -
mild - , ,
mushy -
salty -
sickly -
sour -
spicy -
juicy -

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, 17 2015 . 11:19 +

Everything's cool -
I couldn't care less -
I had a complete fit -
I haven't got a care in the world -
I'm having a really good time -
I'm really buzzing -
I'm totally over the moon -
I'm walking on air -
I've had the week from hell -
She blew her top -
She threw a wobbly -
The fur's been flying -
There's a bad vibe round here -
We've made it up - .

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, 25 2015 . 09:56 +

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1. abandon - ,
2. abash -
3. adjust -
4. adorn - ,
5. aggregate -
6. anticipate -
7. argue - ( think)
8. assert - ,
9. bethink -
10. castigate -

11. comprise - ,
12. condemn -
13. conduct -
14. contaminate -
15. dangle -
16. delineate -
17. deprecate -
18. derive from -
19. detect - , ,
20. deteriorate -

21. determine -
22. disrobe - ,
23. diversify -
24. efface -
25. enchant -
26. endorse - ,
27. exploit -
28. expose - ()
29. feign -
30. fortify -

31. garnish -
32. generate -
33. haunt -
34. implement -
35. impose -
36. innovate -
37. investigate -
38. invoke - ,
39. jeopardize -
40. marshal -

41. obtain -
42. permeate -
43. perpetuate - ,
44. plunge - ,
45. prevail -
46. reduce - ,
47. reiterate -
48. remonstrate -
49. scrutinize - ,
50. separate -

51. succumb -
52. suppress -
53. testify - ,
54. undertake -
55. weave -

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, 19 2015 . 11:12 +

in advance [əd\'vɑːns] -
They paid him in advance. - .

in class [klɑːs], in school, in college - , ,
They do some exercises in class. Her son is five; he is not in school yet. They met in college. - . ; . .

in debt [det]-
She is in debt. - .

in detail [\'diːteɪl] -
Describe the house in detail. - .

in fact - ,
In fact, he is in charge of the whole company. - , .

in general - ,
In general, I like to read detective stories. - , .

in prison -
He is in prison now. - .

in reality - ,
He looks strict, but in reality he is a kind man.
, .

in trouble - ,
If you do it, you\'ll be in trouble. - , .

Keep in touch. - . / .

on board -
There were about a hundred passengers on board the plane. - .

on credit -
I bought it on credit. - .

on duty -
Who is on duty today? - ?

on foot -
We had to go there on foot. - .

on guard - , , :
He is always on his guard. He is always on guard. - .

off guard -
Her words caught him off his guard. Her words caught him off guard. - .

on hand: I don\'t have a calculator on hand.
: .

on page 3 - 3
It is on page 5. Open your book at page 7. Go to page 10. / Turn to page 10.
5. 7. 10.

on purpose: He did it on purpose.
, : .

on sale -
I bought this coat on sale. - .

on time - ,
I came to the meeting on time. - .

on TV -
I saw this film on TV. - .

out of town: He is out of town.
: . / .

play football, play tennis, play chess: Do you play chess?
, , : ?

Take care! - !

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