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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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Wrz
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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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Wrz
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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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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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Cze
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15 Fixed Phrases

come and go – be present for a short time, then go away, then return, and so on… The pain in my leg comes and goes. wait and see – delay action until you knowwhat is going to happen We can’t do anything about it now. We’ll just haveto wait and see what she decides. […]

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Maj
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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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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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Mar
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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
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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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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