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UNITS OF TIME, czyli jednostki czasu po angielsku

1 millennium = 1000 years 1 century = 100 years 1 decade = 10 years 1 year = 365 or 366 days 1 month = 28, 29, 30 or 31 days 1 week = 7 days 1 day = 24 hours 1 hour = 60 minutes 1 minute = 60 seconds 1 second = 1000 milliseconds […]

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Maj
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Discussion and Debate – 50 useful expressions

Giving an Opinion In my opinion… I think… The way I see it… According to… As far as I’m concerned… Asking for an Opinion What do you think? Do you agree? What are your thoughts on this? Agreeing I completely agree. (strong) You’re absolutely right. (strong) I couldn’t agree more. (strong) Exactly. You’re right. I agree. I guess […]

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Maj
05

Plans and arrangements – 10 useful phrases

go ahead – to start or continue to do something / to happen Is the trip going ahead as planned? / The party went ahead as planned. bring sth forward – move sth to an earlier time They brought the date of the wedding forward so his grandparents could attend. put sth back – to change sth to a later […]

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Kwi
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What’s the weather like? – słownictwo związane z pogodą

What’s it like out(side)? How’s the weather? What’s the weather like? What’s the temperature? What’s the weather forecast? CLEAR (without clouds)  or  CLOUDY (with many clouds in the sky) Bright – full of light; when the sun is shining strongly Sunny – the sun is shining and there are no clouds Fine – not raining, clear sky Partially cloudy – when there is a […]

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Kwi
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Easter Greetings, czyli jak napisać życzenia wielkanocne po angielsku

‘Wishing you a very Happy Easter that is filled with plenty of love and happiness.’ ‘I hope this Easter holiday fills your home with peace, joy, and plenty of colorful Easter eggs.’ ‘May you feel the hope of new beginnings, love and happiness during this joyful Easter holiday.’ ‘Easter symbolizes the renewal of life. I […]

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COLLOCATIONS, czyli brzmieć jak native speaker

COLLOCATIONS to wyrażenia złożone z 2 lub więcej słów, które po prostu brzmią naturalnie po angielsku. Oto 15 popularnych wyrażeń: NATURAL ENGLISH UNNATURAL ENGLISH ZNACZENIE the fast train the quick train szybki pociąg fast food quick food fast food a quick shower a fast shower szybki prysznic a quick meal a fast meal szybki posiłek commit a crime undertake a crime popełnić przestępstwo […]

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Mar
28

Texting slang with numbers

Oto lista 25 popularnych skrótów słownych, w których wykorzystywane są liczby 🙂 N1  Nice one NE1  Anyone ABT2  About to G2CU  Good to see you G2G  Got to go G2R  Got to run B2W  Back to work H2CUS  Hope to see you soon N2M  Nothing too much P2P  Peer to peer Y2K  You’re too kind 4U For you […]

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Mar
23

Money – useful vocabulary

  borrow money – to take money from someone  (pożyczyć pieniądze od kogoś) I think, he wants to borrow money. lend money – to give money to someone (pożyczyć pieniądze komuś) This is the gentleman who lent the money to John. pay back – to return money owed to someone (oddać pożyczone pieniądze) How long is it going to take you to […]

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Mar
15

Job vocabulary

  JOB COLLOCATIONS Working environment I have quite a stressful working environment. Hours of work I don’t think I would like to be a doctor because the hours of work would be very tiring. Work-life balance A sensible work-life balance can help employees work more efficiently. Job security There are many advantages to being self-employed but one disadvantage is the […]

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Mar
09

10 Spring English Sayings

  Fresh as a daisy A daisy is a type of flower. If you’re fresh as a daisy, you’re healthy and full of energy. This is like the way you feel after getting a really good night of sleep. He’s/She’s a spring chicken Baby chickens are born in spring. It means that he/she is a young and naive person (usually in the negative […]

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