Harold devoted all his time to his wife when she became ill.
The sound of gunfire died away as we headed out of the battle zone.
Does anyone know when the dodo died out? What a strange bird that was.
Look at this old dress. I dug it out of that wardrobe in the back room when I was looking for some shoes.
The hood on this winter jacket will do away with the need for you to wear a hat.
I think we should do up the house next spring. Maybe new carpets all round, for starters?
Can't you do without the Internet for five minutes? I have to change a cable.
We'll have to drag all the furniture away from the walls so we can paint them.
I wish Chris wouldn't keep droning on about his problems. It's painful to listen to.
Really, it's no problem. I'll drop you off at the station before I go to work.
Have you heard that Chris has dropped out of college? I thought it was all going really well for him.
You shouldn't dwell on the past so much. It's gone, and you must think about the present and the future instead.
We eat out often because we both have very demanding jobs and usually finish work late.
We lost our credit cards, so we ended up staying at an awful hotel on the edge of town.
The company has entered into an agreement with two major competitors.
The memories of my youth are starting to fade away, but I still remember many good times.
Our plans to expand the business fell apart when Simon decided to quit.
There's no money in the bank but at least we haven't fallen behind with the rent.
We fell for the cottage the moment we saw it.
Don't worry, Michael and Tina fall out a couple of times a week. It's normal.
Tell Jed I feel for him at this difficult time.
Ten minutes to go and two goals down, but we fought back bravely to get a draw.
You fill up the tank and I'll check the oil and water.
You forgot to fill in the section about your hobbies.
I've just found out that Larry is dating Susan.
We'd make more progress if we focussed on one detail at a time.
That table folds up, so it will go in the car easily.
Can Tom ever be serious or does he fool around all the time?
I'm so tired. I need to get away for a few days and rest.
Everyone knew that Bob took the money, he managed to get away with it when he went to court.
How about a nice roasted chicken when we get back home?
We can't get into the taxi until the driver comes.
I didn't call you because it was three in the morning when we got into London.
Windy weather made it difficult to get off the ship.
Please have your tickets ready when you get on the coach.
How did you get on with Karen on your first date? You have a dreamy look on your face, so maybe I know.
There's plenty to be getting on with, so I'll leave you to it and come back later.
I can't get out until my husband comes home.
I was supposed to clean the house today but I manged to get out of it. I said I felt ill.
I thought I'd be blown away when I got out of the helicopter.
It was a great disappointment when I didn't marry Susan, but I'm getting over it.
You won't get round me with that lovely smile of yours. You'll have to do something for me.
This wet weather always gets me down.
Don't worry, we'll be here to help get you through this terrible time.
Any idea when I'll be able to get my deposit back? I've already waited for three weeks.
Okay, it's time to get down to business. Clark, perhaps you'd like to open the meeting?
Can you come into work an hour earlier tomorrow? We have a lot to get through.
We should get together sometime. I think we have a lot in common.
I had to get up really early this morning for a phone call from Australia.
Any chance of your giving back that money I lent you last week? I'm a bit short of cash.
I tried not to give in to Walter's demands but he won in the end.
John was found hiding in some bushes, because a loud sneeze gave him away.
It's not often I get a freebie from anyone, but a neighbour gave away a nice bike.
We got halfway to Edinburgh before that old car of mine gave out. It's still in a car park somewhere.
I'm not one to give up, but I'm finding this course to be really difficult.
I'll give up smoking when you do.
If you think it's the best course of action, just go ahead and don't look back.
It was all very strange. Maria said she was going away to visit her parents, but she never came back.
I'm never going back to that horrible little town!
If what I hear about Jack is anything to go by, he'll be in a police cell very soon.
As the days go by, it's becoming clear that my new job isn't all that I expected.
There's always something cool going down at Rick's place. Most of his friends are musicians.
John is still in bed because he went down with the 'flu yesterday.
I'll go for the Scottish steak with roasted potatoes and vegetables.
Ugh! I put some of this milk in my coffee. I didn't notice that it had gone off!
How odd it was. I'd been drinking milk all my life and then I suddenly went off it.
Are you sure you want to go on with this? You don't seem very enthusiastic.
Lenny's okay but he's always going on about that stupid hobby of his. He collects beer mats from all over the world.
I was in the middle of my ironing when the lights went out. Probably the wind has caused some damage to power lines.
We don't often get the chance to go out since Micky was born.
You've no idea what I went through when I was in hospital, and you really wouldn't want to.
Cheese and pickle go together better than anything else.
My business almost went under last year when the stock market crashed.
The price of fish has gone up dramatically over the past few months.
When the boss suggested new working hours for us, I just went along with him. I have no kids, so I can work anytime.
We decided to go with the lamb curry with side salad and rice.
I need to finish this report as soon as possible, so I'll have to go without lunch.
Bobby had to grow up quickly when his dad left him and his mother when he was eleven.
It's an easy job. Just stand at the door as they leave and hand out the invitations to the next meeting.
You were lucky that someone handed in your wallet to the police.
I love going into town to hang around on the street.
Hang on while I see if the manager is in his office.
It must be great to hang out with famous writers and musicians.
I asked Ben about the money he owes me and he hung up. Some friend he is!
I told James I saw his wife in a bar with a young guy. He was mad when he realised I was only having him on.
Terry's heading for a shock if he thinks Geraldine will be faithful.
Have you heard anything from that guy you met on holiday?
The meeting heated up after that sarcastic comment from Mr Inglis.
Can I heat up this cold coffee in the microwave or will it taste funny?
You had every right to hit back as you did when that idiot Henry said you'd taken cash from the till.
I know you're holding something back from me. Why don't you just tell me the truth?
Now just hold on! I never said anything of the kind!
Sorry we're late. We got held up in traffic coming out of London.
I remember the first time we hooked up. You were wearing that yellow dress I hated.
Can you hurry up and get the painting finished? The smell is making me feel sick.
As far as I remember, a leading politician was involved and the affair was hushed up.
I can identify with everyone who has lost a job after many years. Mine went ten years ago.
Forget it! Andy won't hear you when he's immersed in one of his science books.
My way of dealing with irritating people is to indulge in intellectual sarcasm to confuse them.
Police arrested the whole gang after one of them informed on the rest.
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 email@example.com
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 :)