1. to miss
    miss a train,miss a chance (пропускать,упускать не по своей воле)
  2. to skip
    to skip the meeting (пропускать по своей воле)
  3. be interested in
    I'm interested in fishing (интересоваться чем либо)
  4. be found of
    Einstein was fond of this idea (любить, нравится)
  5. be keen of
    He's keen on her (страстно увлекаться чем либо)
  6. always->almost always->usually/normally->often/frequently
    всегда->почти всегда->обычно->часто
  7. never<-almost never<-hardly ever<-sometimes/occasionally
    никогда<-почти никогда<-едва ли<-иногда/изредка
  8. for
    • We’ve decorated the room for your return (Цели в значении «для»)
    • You must pay for the dinner in Euros (компенсации/цены)
    • I was on vacation for last 3 weeks (в течении времени)
    • I voted for another candidate (объекта в пользу которого совершается действие)
  9. to
    • Throw the ball to me! (место направление)
    • Our daughter loves to sing to us (лицо на которое направлено дейсвие)
  10. on
    • I love fresh snow on the ground (на поверхности)
    • They forecast sunny weather on Tuesday (время)
    • After a short speech on modern ecology problems (сфера деятельности)
  11. in
    • I saw the remote in my room (место)
    • There are so many channels in St. Petersburg (географ.место)
    • I’ve visited this museum in 1987 (время)
    • Gorky park is so beautiful in October (протяж.период времени)
  12. at
    • The sofa at the window is too old (место)
    • We will be back at 6 p.m. (время точное)
  13. get enought sleep
    Getting enough sleep is a very important factor in being healthy
  14. be caused
    This caused revolution in Egypt
  15. worthwhile
    It was worthwhile experiment (стоящий, интересный)
  16. To have smth done <-> To get smth done
    • Boss had her secretary make him coffee (попросить кого то)
    • Son got her mother to bake him a cake (сделать самому)
  17. lame excuse
    "I'm on vacation," is a lame excuse to over eat (дешевая отмазка)
  18. window shopper
    любитель глазеть на витрины
  19. ride <> ride on
    • I learned to ride a bike when I was six
    • He doesn't have a car so he rides to work on the bus.
  20. to look through
    I looked through the shower screen and saw her standing on the other side
  21. nap
    a short sleep, especially during the day: take a nap (вздремнуть)
  22. yawn
    To open the mouth wide and take a lot of air into the lungs and slowly send it out, usually when tired or bored. I can't stop yawning - I must be tired.(зевать, зевота)
  23. snore
    To breathe in a very noisy way while you are sleeping. Sometimes my husband snores so loudly, it keeps me awake at night. (храп, храпеть)
  24. slogan
    A short easily remembered phrase, especially one used to advertise an idea or a product (девиз, слоган)
  25. let ... in
    to allow someone or something to enter. She opened the door and let me in (допускать, впускать)
  26. survey
    • An examination of opinions, behaviour, etc., made by asking people questions.
    • The BBC surveyed four thousand drug users and their families (опрос, проводить опрос)
  27. mention
    to make mention of somebody. She forgot to mention where we should meet (мнение, упоминать)
  28. to tick
    A mark (✓) that shows that something is correct or has been done. Put a tick against the names of the people who have accepted the invitation. (делать пометки)
  29. take-away
    To remove something. Take these chairs away - we don't need them (забирать, отнимать)
  30. I absolutly love
    -I really like
    --I quite like
    ---I'm quite keen of
    ----I don't mind
    ---I'm not very keen of
    --I don't like
    -I can't stand
    I really hate
  31. speak up
    To speak in a louder voice so that people can hear you. Could you speak up? (говорить громче)
  32. up to date
    Modern, recent, or containing the latest information. Great trouble is taken to keep our database up to date.
  33. contemporary
    Smth existing or happening now. Contemporary music/literature/art/fashion/etc
  34. to engage
    To employ someone. I have engaged a secretary to deal with all my paperwork (привлекать, нанимать, заинтересовывать)
  35. to excite
    To make someone have strong feelings of happiness and enthusiasm. Nothing about my life excites me at present (возбуждать, привлекать)
  36. to guess
    To give an answer to a particular question when you do not have all the facts and so cannot be certain if you are correct. I didn't know the answer, so I had to guess. (гадать, предполагать)
  37. by accident, on occasion
    Without intending to, or without being intended: I deleted the file by accident.

    Sometimes, but not often: He has, on occasion, made a small mistake.
  38. think up
    to produce a new idea or plan. I don't want to go tonight but I can't think up a good excuse.
  39. concerning
    about: I've had a letter from the tax authorities concerning my tax payments.
  40. to save up
    To keep money so that you can buy something with it in the future. It took me ages to save up enough money to go travelling.
  41. to sunbathe
    To sit or lie in the sun in order to make your skin darker. I like to sunbathe in the morning when the sun is not so hot.
  42. to promote
    To encourage people to like, buy, use, do, or support something. Advertising companies are always having to think up new ways to promote products.
  43. exhausted
    extremely tired: Exhausted, they fell asleep.
  44. however
    однако, тем не менее, несмотря на (э)то
  45. perhaps
    used to show that something is possible or that you are not certain about something: He hasn't written to me recently - perhaps he's lost my address.
  46. mood
    the way you feel at a particular time: She's in a good/bad mood.
  47. ache
    a continuous pain that is unpleasant but not very strong: As you get older, you have all sorts of aches and pains.
  48. pain
    a feeling of physical suffering caused by injury or illness: Her symptoms included abdominal pain and vomiting.
  49. to affect
    to have an influence on someone or something, or to cause a change in someone or something: Both buildings were badly affected by the fire (оказывать воздействие)
  50. entertainment
    shows, films, television, or other performances or activities that entertain people, or a performance of this type: There's not much in the way of entertainment in this town - just the cinema and a couple of pubs.
  51. to awake
    not sleeping: "Is Oliver awake yet?" "Yes, he's wide (= completely) awake and running around his bedroom."
  52. thoughtful
    quiet because you are thinking about something: You look thoughtful.
  53. influence
    the power to have an effect on people or things, or a person or thing that is able to do this: Helen's a bad/good influence on him.
  54. to reduce
    to make something smaller in size, amount, degree, importance, etc.: Do nuclear weapons really reduce the risk of war?
  55. to increase
    to (make something) become larger in amount or size: Incidents of armed robbery have increased over the last few years.
  56. appropriate
    suitable or right for a particular situation or occasion: appropriate footwear for the country
  57. however (nevertheless, but)
    однако, тем не менее
  58. relaxed->relaxation
  59. tured->tireness
  60. energetic
    having or involving a lot of energy: an energetic young woman I tried aerobics but it was too energetic for me.
  61. determined =single-minded <> undecided
    wanting to do something very much and not allowing anyone or any difficulties to stop you: I'm determined to get this piece of work finished today
  62. ambitious <> unambitious
    having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich: an ambitious young lawyer He's very ambitious for his children (= he wants them to be successful).
  63. brave=valiant<>timid
    showing no fear of dangerous or difficult things: a brave soldier
  64. silly (less then stupid)
    showing little thought or judgment: Don't do that, you silly boy!
  65. imaginative->imagination
    одаренный богатым воображением->воображение
  66. intelligent(smart,clever)->intelligence
  67. talanted=gifted<>ungifted
    with talent; able or skilful: a talented footballer/pianist
  68. ambitious<>unambitious
    having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich: an ambitious young lawyer
  69. generous<>greedy,stingy
    willing to give money, help, kindness, etc., especially more than is usual or expected: a very generous man. It was most generous of you to lend me the money. (щедрый)
  70. prodigy
    someone with a very great ability that usually shows itself when that person is a young child: The 16-year-old tennis prodigy is the youngest player ever to reach the Olympic finals. (одаренный)
  71. fortune
    a large amount of money, goods, property, etc.: She inherited a fortune from her grandmother.
  72. to doubt
    (a feeling of) not being certain about something, especially about how good or true it is: He's the most attractive man in the room, no doubt about that.
  73. work out
    to exercise in order to improve the strength or appearance of your body: Huw works out in the gym two or three times a week.
  74. distinction
    a difference between two similar things: There's a clear distinction between the dialects spoken in the two regions.
  75. by chance
    the force that causes things to happen without any known cause or reason for doing so: Roulette is a game of chance
  76. to dislike
    to not like someone or something: Why do you dislike her so much?
  77. to discourage
    to make someone feel less confident, enthusiastic, and positive about something, or less willing to do something: The thought of how much work she had to do discouraged her. (лишать мужества, силы духа, уверенности в себе)
  78. to come down (=decrease=drop=fall=go down)
    to fall and land on the ground: A lot of trees came down in the storm.
  79. meal
    an occasion when food is eaten, or the food that is eaten on such an occasion: a hot meal
  80. food
    something that people and animals eat, or plants absorb, to keep them alive: baby food
  81. quiz
    a game or competition in which you answer questions: a history/sport, etc. quiz There are so many inane television quiz shows.
Card Set (19.08-23.08)
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