tygodniowy kurs angielskiego

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FOOTBALL / SOCCER – słownictwo związane z piłką nożną

MATCH – two  teams playing against each other in a 90-minute game of football PITCH – the area of a field where footballers play a match REFEREE – the person who makes sure that the players follow the rules, usually wears a black shirt and shorts and has a whistle LINESMAN (referee’s assistant) – the person whose main duty it […]

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Parts Of A Car

  Learn the English words for the parts of a car – and drive carefully!   Accelerator – the foot pedal that makes the car go faster. Battery – usually near the motor, this provides a supply of energy to the car, especially when the motor isn’t running. Sometimes if you leave your lights on when the […]

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Key verb – LOOK

look back on sth – think about sth in your past Do you look back on your childwood as the happiest time of your life? look on the bright side – be cheerful or positive about a bad situation Do you look on the bright side when you’re in a difficult situation? look up to […]

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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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Short responses, czyli krótkie odpowiedzi po angielsku

if you like – used to agree with sb’s suggestion to do sth -Shall we get the train? -Yeah, if you like. not at all / you’re welcome – used as a polite reply when sb thanks you -Thanks a lot. –Not at all. same here – the same thing is also true for me […]

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SEE – useful phrases

I’ll see what I can do – used to say ‚I’ll try to help’ -I need more help with the dogs. -OK. I’ll see what I can do, but I’ve to go now. See you later. you see – used when you are explaining sth I don’t see why not – used to say ‚Yes’ […]

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SAY & TELL – useful phrases

I’d rather not say – a polite way to say you don’t want to give sb some information -Are you planning to leave your job? –I’d rather not say at the moment. I wouldn’t say no (to sth) – used to say you would like sth or to accept sth you are offered -Would you […]

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10 ENGLISH HEALTH IDIOMS – angielskie idiomy o zdrowiu!

1. an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – it is better to take good care of yourself to prevent illness than it is to get one and try to treat it, e.g. with medication Example: I always tell my daughter to take vitamin C regularly. An ounce of prevention is worth a […]

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Winter, cold, ice? Poznaj niestandardowe słownictwo i idiomy!

black ice – a very thin coating of ice found on roads and sidewalks that is difficult to see, and therefore quite dangerous Example: Today the black ice on nearby street caused 4 car accidents. a cold snap – a sudden short period of very cold weather Example: Poland is experiencing a very cold snap at the moment. […]

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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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