There's a lot of talk these days about how data collection on the internet infringes on people's privacy.
I promise to inquire into your complaint first thing on Monday morning.
I haven't been to the pub all week and I'm itching for a pint.
Are you really going to jack in your job?
Why are you alone in the house? Come outside and join in with the games.
I'll just jot down your address and we're done.
You should keep away from those kids. They're always causing trouble.
I've had enough of the new guy. He keeps on about how good his car is.
Please slow down! I can't keep up with you on this hill.
That's enough for today! Let's kick back and lounge around in the garden.
I hope the pain stops when my new medicine kicks in,
The show kicked off with a really heavy blues number.
What time do you knock off on Fridays? I thought we could meet for a drink after work.
You shouldn't buy cigarettes from Dave. He knocks them off from the shop he works in.
This machine can knock out about sixty items an hour.
Bill's knocked up a model so you can see how it all works.
It's time you knuckled down to getting yourself a job. I can't keep you forever.
If you don't stop drinking so much booze, you'll land up in hospital..
We'll all be laid off if we don't get that big order from the States.
You've said all this before. Now just lay off and leave me alone.
You've left out the best bit. Tell them about when you saw Daniel drunk outside Debbie's house.
I knew he'd let us down at the last minute. It's typical of him when he promises to help.
Remember to let the cat out before you go to work.
Can't you lighten up a bit and enjoy the party? I know you don't like Pat, but he's going soon.
That's the best game of chess I've had in ages. Shall I line up the pieces again?
I enjoyed his book but it was littered with vulgar references.
You must log in to your account to make an order.
Click here to bring up the window that allows you to log out of your account.
Who can look after your mother when she gets out of hospital?
I've looked around for my passport but I can't find it anywhere.
Why are you looking at me? Do I know you?
When I look back at my childhood, I remember only the happy days.
I hate it when people look down on me just because my skin is a different colour to theirs.
Don't bother me now. Can't you see I'm looking for something?
Aren't you looking forward to Ann's visit? I thought you liked her.
Will you look into my complaint as soon as possible, please?
The doctor said he'd look in tomorrow on his way to the surgery.
Are you sure you'll have time to look in on my mother tomorrow? If not, I can go myself.
Make sure you look out for any oil on the floor when you work in the garage. And change your shoes before you come into the house!
I'm looking out for a cheap car if you know somebody who has one for sale.
Have you looked through that book I lent you? I found it fascinating?
Remember to look up the times of the trains to London.
I looked up to my uncle Bill when I was a child. He helped me so much in so many ways.
It was foggy when we arrived and the hotel loomed up like something from a horror film.
We all made for the exit when the hooligans came into the pub.
I haven't time to cook something, so you'll have to make do with sandwiches.
I'm so sorry I broke your antique teapot. How can I make it up to you?
I don't know what to make of Danny's behaviour recently. He seems angry about something.
Sorry, I can't make out what you're saying. This is a terrible line.
I'm so happy that you agreed to forgive and forget and made up so quickly.
We'll have to increase the rate of production if we are to make up for what we lost in the fire.
I wish you'd stop messing about and do something useful for a change.
Don't mess with electricity if you don't know what you're doing.
You'd better not mess with those guys! They have a reputation for violence.
Hurray! We move into our new flat tomorrow. The champagne is cooling in the fridge!
I never realised how much stuff we had until the van came and we moved out.
Jerome promised to mull over your suggestions and let you know what he thinks.
The doctor said he hoped to nail down the cause of my skin rash when he got my test results back.
Stephen is glad that he was named after his father.
I've narrowed down the possibilities to working harder or cutting back on spending.
Don't disturb David if he nods off. He's been up all night.
I don't like it when people nose around my office when I'm not there.
I've noted down the points you made during the inspection and will pass them on to the officials concerned.
We were all so shocked when Ernest suddenly passed away. We'll miss him terribly.
Could you kindly pass this letter on to the head of department?
Mick told me he felt funny and just passed out. The doctor says he's tired, that's all.
I'll be so glad when we've paid back all our loans.
How much is left of the debts we have to pay off before the end of the month?
I've picked out several of my skirts you might like to wear for the party.
Call me when you land in London and I'll come and pick you up.
Let's hope business picks up soon, or we'll be in trouble.
The policeman managed to pin down the thief until help arrived.
I'm really pissed off with this town. Nothing ever happens and there's nowhere to go in the evenings.
Where can I plug in the iron? I have to finish these shirts and there's no socket free in here.
When the boss pointed out how many times I'd been late this month, I didn't know where to put my face.
I think we should polish up our Italian before we go on holiday.
How many do you want me to print out? Would twenty be enough?
I hear those houses by the park will be pulled down to make way for a new road.
Pull in outside the butcher's and I'll get something for lunch. Watch out for the traffic wardens!
I think the new website can pull in a thousand hits a day if we're lucky.
How will we be affected when Britain finally pulls out of the European Union?
Is the middle lane clear? I'd dearly love to pull out from behind this dirty old lorry.
I nearly ran into the back of a Rolls Royce today when the idiot driver pulled up without warning.
Did you manage to put back that money you stole from the office coffee fund? Sorry. Borrowed.
The shop opening has had to be put back because of problems with the fire sprinklers.
Mary was crying yesterday because the boss keeps putting her down in front of the other guys in the office.
Stop what you're doing and put everything down on the floor.
Ignore his bad mood. I put it down to the weather.
I was quite pleased with myself when I put forward my suggestions to the committee.
Heavy snow meant that the match was put off until next week.
I never eat mature cheese because the smell puts me off.
Why don't you put on that black dress I bought you last week? Don't you like it now?
I'd love to stay the night if it wouldn't put you out.
I can't put up with that man a moment longer! Tell him to go!
George is rambling on about fishing again. I'm going for a walk.
You can always reach out to me if you're ever in difficulty.
It won't take me long to read out the more important details in the list.
If you don't get a job soon, we'll be reduced to asking your mother for help again.
Can I ring you back in a moment? I have to find the person you need to talk to.
Somebody rang up a few minutes ago but hung up after a few seconds.
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 :)