I can't round down these numbers without a calculator. I'm not Einstein!
It will be better if we round up the unit price to the nearest whole number.
Just rub it out if you make a mistake and try again.
We can't rule out the possibility that Gavin might leave if he doesn't agree with us.
You'll never guess who I ran across this morning. That guy who used to sing at the club.
We've run out of milk again. I bought two litres yesterday.
Try not to run up a big bar bill when we're at the hotel. They don't have pub prices.
I thought the interview would be tough but I sailed through it.
It's about time we started to save up for the future.
John's screwed up big time. He's lost his job and got a terrible reference.
I scribbled down his name but I can't remember where I put the slip of paper.
Don't scrimp on food if you want to be healthy. Save in other areas.
I'll take your parents to the airport and see them off.
Those old tricks don't fool me. I can see through what he's trying to do.
All that talk about loyalty to the band, and as soon as he got an offer of a solo deal he sold out.
It would be great if you could send in your CV by the end of the week.
The coach set off late because the driver couldn't find the keys.
I think a bird might have set off the alarm. I'll change the settings in the morning.
Don't talk about the government! It always sets Harry off and it's hard to stop him,
We set out from the port at dawn so we could see the sun rise over the hills.
Isn't it time you settled down and had children? You're not getting any younger.
I'm not saying anything. I'll just get shot down in flames as usual.
Expect Colin to start to show off as soon as the girls arrive.
Why is there always trouble when Carl shows up?
Remember to sign in with security for safety reasons when you enter the building.
It's about time you signed out of the music forum and went to bed.
Would you like to sign up for our monthly newsletter? We have quite a few special offers in it.
I thought Kate would stay for the buffet but she slipped away quietly after the speeches.
Please slow down. We've already seen two accidents caused by this dreadful fog.
There are a few things I have to sort out before we go away for the weekend.
Peter has asked me to speak for him, to tell you that he's very sorry for what he did.
Could you speed up a bit when we get out of London? I'm in a hurry to get to a hospital.
We've decided to splash out on a winter holiday this year. It's the Alps for us!
I hear that Micky and Sue have split up and that he wants the children.
Tell the men to spread out when they get to the second field and check everywhere.
If you stood back you'd see how my ideas really make good sense.
Please stand by for an announcement by the security services.
I admire people who stand for justice and equality.
I might have lost my job if my manager hadn't stood up for me and told the truth.
Look, we can either forget the plan or agree to start over with a fresh point of view.
At least have a sandwich to stave off your hunger until lunchtime.
Stay away from my girlfriend if you don't want trouble. She's my girl!
I'm going to stay in until this terrible weather passes.
John stayed out all night again. I think he's got a new girlfriend.
If you know what's good for you, you'll stay out of my business and mind your own!
I used to love it when my parents let me stay up at Christmas.
The success of the research stems from the dedication of the whole team.
We have to stick to the rules. Anything else would be cheating and unfair.
The doctors in the field say little progress can be made until the government stocks up on medicine immediately.
I never thought this company would stoop to making money by employing children in foreign factories.
The party was going great until Dave stormed in demanding to know where Kelly was.
Luke got a phone call when we were having lunch and suddenly stormed out of the canteen.
I thought it was all over when our team struck back and scored.
I'd like to sum up the main points of the annual report.
It's time to sup up and go home, ladies and gentlemen. The staff have beds to go to!
I can't switch off the laptop. Why has a blue screen appeared?
Remember to switch on the washing machine before you go to bed so the clothes will be ready to hang out in the morning.
I was taken aback when I heard the news about Simon. He's been in hospital for a week.
Alex is really starting to take after his eldest brother. He even strokes his nose in the same way when he's thinking.
It's time we hired a man with a van to take away those chairs in the garage.
These shoes are too small. I'll take them back to the shop tomorrow.
Okay, okay. I take it all back. I was obviously wrong in what I said about Nigel.
Did you take in what all that was about? I think he's talking nonsense.
Our plane took off late because of bad weather.
Take off those dirty shoes before you come into the house!
We'll have to take on more staff if we win the contract with the city council.
I'm taking out the children later this afternoon. The weather's too good to stay in.
You need a break. I'll take over here and you go and rest.
Jonathan has really taken to his new school. He talks about it all the time.
Find something to take up if you're so bored. I'm into climbing.
I met our new neighbours today. They have twins, and I couldn't tell them apart.
I'm not happy that the guy next door tells off our kids. He should talk to us about it.
Can you have a look at all these old papers and throw away any you don't need?
Tell you what I can do. Buy the bigger microwave oven, and I'll throw in an electric kettle.
I'm trying to track down two sets of hinges for an antique desk I bought a while ago.
It is believed that an attack on a black community centre triggered off the riots.
This dress might suit you. Go and try it on.
Dennis will say anything to get what he wants. He's always trying it on and you shouldn't believe him.
Have you tried out the new restaurant next to the cinema yet? They say it's pretty good.
I thought they would have repaired the bridge by now. We'll have to turn back.
I was surprised to hear that you've turned down a promotion. Any particular reason?
It's getting late. I'm going to turn in and get a good night's sleep.
Remember to turn off the lights before you come up to bed.
Can you turn on the TV, please? There's a great film on in a minute.
I can't believe how many fans turned out to meet the band at the airport.
I always turn to my parents whenever I need support. They're always there for me.
I was so happy when Derek turned up after all these years. He found me online.
Come on, my dear, it's time to wake up and greet the day!
Sally usually waltzes into the office looking every bit the confident professional.
I didn't wash up because we've run out of washing-up liquid.
Watch out for those sharp nails! Go and get your working gloves before you move that wood.
I really need to wind down after a tough day at the office. I usually read or just watch TV in the evenings.
Have you written down everything I told you we have to buy for the decorating?
Ted was lucky that someone was passing when he fell into the canal and managed to yank him out of the water.
Jeff had to bring the helicopter down in a really strong wind.
I worry about getting into debt if I lose my job.
I can't get into this music. Have you got anything else to listen to?
I'll have some fashionable clothing in the attic if they ever bring back flared jeans.
These old photographs bring back so many memories of when I lived in France.
The bandages make it difficult for me to button my shirt up.
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 :)