You might enjoy being a rebel, but until you leave school you have to adhere to the rules.
Do you think this mirror can be adhered to these tiles with this glue?
Just do as you're told and don't answer back like that!
The Internet has a lot to answer for when it comes to children's behaviour these days.
I'm unable to answer for Tom, but I can say I'm sure he would never steal anything.
The postman was asking after you this morning. I told him you were fine.
John finally got brave and asked Sandra out.
I wish our son wouldn't associate with people who appear to be criminals.
Ever since Mark bought that big jar of honey, I can't help associating him with Winnie the Pooh.
Everything was going well until Colin decided to back out. Who can we get to replace him?
I think the boss is right on this. I'll back him up all the way!
I hope you've backed up all the project files in case the hard drive fails.
Don't worry, the company says the money will be paid tomorrow. You can bank on it, the boss told me.
He's asked her to marry him because he is after her money.
Sid and Alice were made for each other. It's hard to believe just how well they get on.
Police are looking for a man who beat up a teenager in a London street this morning.
Okay, so you didn't win the race. Don't beat yourself up, you managed a great time.
Can you bend down and touch your toes, or are you too fat?
Just blend into the background and pretend we're not here.
I'm sick of my job. The manager is always bossing me around.
A dissatisfied faction has broken away from the main party in protest against proposed reforms.
I was late for work again because the bus broke down.
Maria broke down in tears when she heard that her father had died.
It is hoped the government can prevent fighting from breaking out in southern parts of the country.
Three prisoners are still on the run after they broke out of a high security prison in London yesterday.
I must be allergic to something. After lunch in town yesterday my arms broke out in small red spots.
The rebels erected a barrier across the main road, but government troops were able to break through and take the town.
We didn't discover that someone had broken into the house until we got up.
Nancy and Mick seemed so happy together. What a shame they've broken up.
Jenny breezed into the party with the carefree air of a happy schoolgirl.
Everyone said the exams would be difficult this year, but I breezed through them and did well.
Maggie's face brightened up when she saw that Alec was at the party.
We are hoping to bring about many improvements in the lives of ordinary people.
It's about time you brought back that book I lent you a while ago.
The news that my favourite singer had died really brought me down.
A bribery scandal eventually brought down the government.
You must take more exercise if you want to bring down your fat levels.
Many trees were brought down in the storm.
The professor's speech finally brought me round to his way of thinking.
You bring the two pieces of wood together and I'll hammer in the nails.
The death of the father brought the family together like never before.
It's often hard work, but nothing is more rewarding than to bring up children.
There are several points I'd like to bring up today.
I spent ages on my assessment but my boss just brushed it aside.
I'll have to brush up on my English grammar if I want to pass next week's test.
I bumped into my old history teacher in the supermarket this morning. He remembered me.
I should have bundled up before going out this morning I didn't realise it was so cold.
We were about to leave when Lionel burst into the room with the bad news.
We all burst out laughing when Dennis told us he wanted to be a pop star.
The meeting was going very well until Stan butted in with his stupid ideas.
Will you please button up while I'm doing my homework!
I'll call in tomorrow and see how you're getting on.
We had to call off the meeting because so many people were ill.
I calmed down when I realised the cost of the car hire included fifty litres of petrol per day.
What will I do if I get old and there's nobody to care for me?
I don't much care for the shop assistant's manners.
Can you carry on with those documents I gave you yesterday? We need them quite urgently.
It's not that expensive when you consider the repairs I've carried out on your car.
I'm going to sit down with a coffee and catch up on the news.
You go to the bar to meet the guys and I'll finish these emails. Catch up with you later!
Have you heard that Phil's cheating on Caroline? He's been seen kissing Charlene!
There's a long queue of folk waiting to check in. Let's go for a coffee, we've plenty of time.
I'll take their coats, and you check their names off the guest list.
Check on the baby when you go upstairs to see if she's still asleep.
Would it be possible to check out an hour later than we agreed?
Have you checked out the latest video on Greg's Facebook page yet? It's a hoot!
The boss comes in sometimes to ask how we are, but really he's checking up on us.
Cheer up! Things could be worse!
I really can't tell you what I think until I've chewed it over for a while.
I know it sounds funny, but I sometimes go to a sauna to chill out.
We can buy Sarah something really nice for her birthday if we all chip in.
Look at the state of you! Go and clean yourself up before dinner.
You promised to clear out the garage as soon as the weather got warmer. Then we can get the car in there.
There's obviously been a misunderstanding here. Perhaps John can clear things up?
I wish you'd clear up after yourself once in a while!
It's gone dark really quickly. I can't believe how fast it clouded over.
This situation wouldn't have come about if you had followed my advice.
Kate's new boyfriend comes across as being determined to succeed in life. I like him.
I came across a lot of things that I'd forgotten about when I cleaned out the spare room.
I thought the glue had set, but everything came apart when I moved it.
Come round anytime in the afternoon, I'm usually at home after twelve.
What time are you coming back home today?
Gran! Come down from that ladder before you fall and hurt yourself!
Stay out of trouble if you go to the match. The courts are coming down on hooliganism.
I think I'm coming down with a cold and I have an important meeting tomorrow.
Why don't you come out and join us in the garden? The weather's great!
Maybe you'd like to come out with us the next time we go for a walk?
You can always count on Peter to lend a hand if you ever need help.
Please cross out all the things on this list that you won't need for your holiday.
I love it when we can be alone and just cuddle up.
I realised I was smoking too much and quickly cut down.
We should try to cut down on eating so much. We're both getting fat.
I get sick of Tim's cutting in every time I speak to someone in the office.
I nearly crashed into the barrier when some idiot cut in right in front of me.
There's a good chance they'll cut off the electricity if we don't pay that bill soon.
Can't you see I'm busy? I'll deal with your report later.
We can't decide on a colour for the baby's room.
It's obvious he's quite a character when one delves into his background.
You can always depend on Fred to be ready to help at any time of night and day.
Prison deprives people of their freedom. It shouldn't be a source of humiliation.
Jak chcecie PDF-a, to Ctrl+Shift+J, w konsoli wklepać poniższy kod - zostanie tylko lista słówek, kliknąć kursorem gdzieś na stronie, Ctrl + P i Drukuj/Zapisz jako PDF, i tak dla każdej podstrony.
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jeżeli ktoś ma pdf z powyższym proszę o podesłanie
jeżeli ktoś ma pdf z powyższym prosze o podesłanie firstname.lastname@example.org
jest to gdzieś do ściągniecia w pdf?
Istnieje coraz powszechnej dostrzegana potrzeba international english , nie taki "poetycki" - ale precyzyjny .
Gdzie słowo nie ma 2 stron znaczeń ,a native speakerzy nie mają możliwości chachmęcenia .
Gdzie do swojego plemienia mogą przemawiać native spikerzy , ale ich "żenujący" brak kwalifikacji będzie
powszechnie oczywisty w przypadku międzynarodowego audytorium .
Jak to ściągnąć?
Ja zdecydowanie w nauce skupiam się na wymowie i nie tłumaczę sobie słówka po słówku tylko właśnie uczę się tak frazami.
Skuteczna forma nauki dzięki której nauczyłam się mówić po angielsku. Polecam NAUKĘ ANGIELSKIEGO METODĄ WAŁKOWANIA dzięki takiemu podejściu w nauce słownictwa angielski przestaje być straszny i niezrozumiały.
Wiele czasowników frazowych na tej stronie ma kilka odmiennych znaczeń. Niektóre z nich kompletnie nie trafiają w określone znaczenie.
Dajmy np. " drop off - podrzucić kogoś", nigdy nie spotkałem się aby ktoś użył go w taki sposób. Natomiast z cz. f. "drop off" - zasypiać", już natknąć się można.
"do up" to znaczy także remontować
A gdzie te nagrania?
Switch on the TV → kiedy przełączamy się na sam odbiornik telewizyjny (telewizor), np. z tunera SAT na naziemną, która jest w telewizorze.
Turn on the TV → gdy włączamy telewizor.
To takie techniczne różnice, ale mało rozróżniane przez zwykłych użytkowników tv :)
Dzięki wielkie za tę stronę.
Moze komuś się przyda,
obowiązkowe - https://quizlet.com/_4zq545
przydatne - https://quizlet.com/_4zq73g
Mayeroso123 itp. Przepisz sobie chyba to nie jest trudne, a póżniej wydrukujesz.
czy ma ktoś całą tę listę w Wordzie? Chciałem to sobie wydrukować.
'To gain their goals they even resorted to violence'. Raczej 'To achieve their goals..' Z gain wyglada idiotycznie.
są do tego ćwiczenia?
NAYAv - po "to" zawsze jest bezokolicznik, czyli powinno być build.
Skolopendromor& "built" jest dobrze, bo oni już wybudowali, a nie budują.
Znalazłem literówki w dwóch przykładach:
"Yes, we had an arguement but we cleared it up already." - "arguement" to przestarzała forma, poprawną jest "argument"
"They had to pull down the old building to built a new shopping centre there." - zamiast "built", powinno być "build".
Prosze jesli ktos ma pdf z przykladami w pdfie/wordzie o wiadomosc na pw :)