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Zgodzić się, czy nie zgodzić się? – po angielsku

to agree – zgadzać się I agree with you. to accept – akceptować I accept these arguments. to be correct – zgadzać się, być prawidłowym Your thinking is correct. to tally with – zgadzać się z It tallies with my calculations. be positive – być przekonanym He is positive that they did it. to confirm – potwierdzać I confirm his arguments. to approve […]

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25 najczęściej używanych czasowników w języku angielskim

BE – być This is a cat. HAVE – mieć, posiadać I have two brothers and a sister. GET – dostawać, otrzymywać I got it from my friend. SEE – widzieć, zobaczyć (zauważyć)  I can’t see anything. NEED – potrzebować, wymagać  I really need it.  KNOW – wiedzieć I don’t know what’s going on.  FIND – znaleźć, odkryć I […]

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20 English collocations with the word BREAK

  Break A Habit – stop doing the habit Break A Bone / Break Your Arm – fracture a bone; injure yourself Break A Leg! – an idiomatic expression that means “Good luck!” – it is often used to wish someone good luck when they are going to perform Break A Promise – not do what you promised (the opposite […]

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20 ways to say YES

YES is used for telling someone that what they have said or asked is true or correct OK the most common way to say ‘yes’ and even the most frequently spoken and written word on the planet of course used for saying ‘yes’ very definitely, in answer to a question definitely used for emphasizing that you mean ‘yes’ naturally spoken used for saying ‘yes’, especially when that would be most people’s answer I don’t mind if I do a polite and humorous way of accepting something that is being offered to you you bet used for saying ‘yes’ in […]

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Job Interview Answers – the most useful English phrases

Describing Yourself I was born and raised in … I attended the University of … I’ve just graduated from the University of … I have worked for 5 years as a … I have worked for various companies including … I enjoy playing … What Type of Position You are Looking for? I’m looking for […]

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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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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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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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Verbs – informal&formal

Oto lista określeń używanych dla opisania czynności w sytuacjach nieformalnych, jak i formalnych:   ZNACZENIE INFORMAL FORMAL przepraszać say sorry apologize, apologise zwiększać go up increase zmniejszać go down decrease ustalić set up establish zbadać, sprawdzić look at examine eksplodować blow up explode dowiedzieć się, odkryć find out discover spowodować bring about cause przełożyć, opóźnić […]

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Love story, czyli jak opowiedzieć o romantycznym związku po angielsku

chat sb up – talk to sb in a friendly because you are attracted to them be your type – be someone with the qualities that you find attractive hit it off / hit it off with sb – form a good relationship on first meeting be crazy about sb / be mad about sb – […]

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