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Happiness, czyli 5 cytatów opisujących szczęście

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ― Dalai Lama XIV “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” ― Dr. Seuss “For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are […]

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Lis
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Tak samo, a jednak inaczej – sprawdź 8 angielskich czasowników

Niektóre czasowniki w języku angielskim teoretycznie oznaczają to samo, a jednak w praktyce mają różne znaczenie i różne jest ich użycie. Oto kilka przykładów: CLOSE / SHUT można używać zamiennie jeżeli mówimy o zamykaniu drzwi oraz okien Please close the door. Please shut the door. I shut the window because the bugs were getting in. I closed the window because the bugs were getting in. […]

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Paź
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10 PROVERBS, czyli 10 przysłów po angielsku

TIME IS MONEY  =  CZAS TO PIENIĄDZ „Hurry up! Time is money!” PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT  = PRAKTYKA CZYNI MISTRZA “Don’t give up on learning the violin. Practice makes perfect.” THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM  =  KTO WCZEŚNIE WSTAJE, TEMU PAN BÓG DAJE “I got to the ticket office before anyone else. I got front […]

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Lip
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Tęsknię za Tobą – jak powiedzieć po angielsku na 15 sposobów ?

I can’t wait to see you again. I wish you were here. I’ve been thinking of you. I hope I see you again. I’m counting the days until I see you again. I can’t stop thinking about you. All I do is think about you. You have been running through my head all night. I […]

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Maj
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Komunikacja słowna – przydatne idiomy

  to drop someone a line – skontaktować się z kimś telefonicznie lub mailowo I’m looking for a new  job. Please drop me a line if you hear of any good opportunities. to get ahold of someone = get hold of someone – skontaktować się z kimś, na ogół telefonicznie I need to get a hold of Alicia to tell her […]

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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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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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Key verb – TAKE

  take sb off – copy the way sb speaks or behaves, to entertain people She’s really good at taking people off. take notice of sb – pay (no) attention to what sb says Take no notice of those troublemakers, they’re only trying to provoke you. take (time) off – have a particular amount of time away from work I asked my boss if I could take a […]

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10 verb-based idioms

caught the sun – sb’s face has become red or brown from being in the sun He’s really caught the sun. laying the table – putting knives, forks, etc. on the table for a meal She’s laying the table. stretch sb’s legs – go for a short walk after sitting for some time I need […]

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Zimowe Puzzle

 Przetłumacz i znajdź w słownych puzzlach następujące wyrazy: gołe drzewa grudzień styczeń mróz łyżwiarstwo sopel rękawice szalik jazda na nartach sanie płatek śniegu bałwan Zasady: każda litera jest użyta tylko raz, tylko w pionie lub poziomie, od lewej lub prawej, z góry lub od dołu, mogą się też zaginać (jak January – styczeń).   Have […]

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