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A, AN, THE – przedimki w języku angielskim

czyli kiedy używać przedimek nieokreślony (A, AN) a kiedy określony (THE)   PRZEDIMEK NIEOKREŚLONY (indefinite article = A lub AN)  używamy, gdy mówimy o czymś po raz pierwszy (dany przedmiot jest nieokreślony) lub mówimy o jednym z wielu przedmiotów A – przed wyrazami rozpoczynającymi się spółgłoskami She has a dog. I work in a factory. AN – przed wyrazami rozpoczynającymi […]

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Lip
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5 angielskich idiomów dotyczących lata

Dog Days – the hottest days of the summer. These are the days that are so hot, you don’t have the energy to do anything but sit. These are also periods of time when nothing is really happening. I wish I could go home from work early today. It’s impossible to get any work done […]

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Cze
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Do? Go? Play? – jak mówić o aktywnościach po angielsku?

DO GO PLAY 1. sports more as a physical activity 2. sports without ball 1. sports that end in ‚ing’ 1. ball sports 2. competitive games 3. musical instruments do  gymnastics do karate do joga do athletics do push-ups do aerobics do exercise do judo do kung-fu do aikido do taekwondo go swimming go cycling […]

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Kwi
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BIG & LITTLE – czyli jak powiedzieć inaczej DUŻY i MAŁY

  BIG    LITTLE GIANT  gigantyczny A giant, fat cat was sitting in the garden. MINIATURE  miniaturowy The cathedral of St Catherine is a miniature copy of that at Constantinople. HUGE  olbrzymi His eyes looked huge when he was scared. SMALL  mały It’s a very small window. LARGE  duży His large eyes were bright and snappy. TINY  malutki We are a tiny dot of life suspended […]

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Mar
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Jak opowiedzieć o swojej pracy i firmie po angielsku

  Describing your Job, czyli jak opowiedzieć o Twojej pracy I’m a (job)… I work as a (job)… I’m currently working as a (job)… I just started at (company)… I just started working as a (job)… I’ve been with (company) since/for… I’ve been a (job) since/for… I work for (company). I work in (field/industry)… I’m self-employed. I own my own company. I’m responsible for (+ ing)… I ensure… […]

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Sty
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Angielski slang – 10 najpopularniejszych słów

GONNA = going to I am going to do that right now. → I am gonna do that right now. WANNA = want to I want to tell you … → I wanna tell you… GOTTA = got to/have to I have to go now. → I gotta go now. GIMMIE = give me Give me my toy! → […]

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Gru
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New Year Vocabulary, czyli o Nowym Roku po angielsku

1st January – the first day of the year when using the Gregorian calendar 31st December – the last day of the year when using the Gregorian calendar  Balloons – small inflatable decorations for parties Banquet – a large formal meal that many people attend as a party Buffet – a meal where people select their own food […]

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Gru
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Key verb – HAVE

have a baby = give birth to or be due to give birth to She has a lovely doughter. She’s going to have a baby. have something in common = to share the same interests or have similar characteristics I didn’t think Patrick and Marta had anything in common, but they talked all evening. have fun = enjoy yourself – Are you going out tonight? – Yes… – Have fun 🙂 have lunch/dinner […]

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THEN or THAN?

  THAN is used in comparatives: I’m younger than my sister. A motorbike is faster than a bicycle. I’d rather walk than drive there. THEN is used in several ways, for exapmle: – to describe the next event in a sequence – to mean “at that time” – to mean “in that case” First we went to the post offiece, and then we went to the park. (then = […]

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Wrz
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SPECIALLY or ESPECIALLY ?

  ESPECIALLY is used when something stands out from all the others (similar to the meaning of particularly) The whole film was terrible – especially the ending. He loves animals, especially cats. I can’t wait for the trip to California. I’m especially looking forward to seeing Los Angeles. ESPECIALLY can also be used before an adjective with a meaning like very or extremely It’s especially important to arrive […]

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