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, 17 2016 . 07:23 +

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1 music  
2 musical  
3 tune  
4 motif  
5 pop music - 
6 concert  
7 rock music  
8 rock musician - 
9 sing  
10 song  
11 romance  
12 hymn  
13 anthem  
14 humorous folk songs  
15 hit  
16 disk  
17 record  
18 album  
19 grand piano  
20 piano  
21 violin  
22 cello  
23 accordion  
24 bayan  
25 concertina  
26 guitar  
27 balalaika  
28 drum  
29 flute  
30 saxophone  
31 trumpet  
32 organ  
33 musician  
34 pianist  
35 violinist  
36 guitarist  
37 accordionist  
38 bayan player  
39 concertina player  
40 trumpeter  
41 singer  
42 group  
43 choir  
44 orchestra  
45 conductor  
46 composer  
47 sheet music  
48 score



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, 14 2016 . 17:55 +



excuse me, could you tell me how to get to …? , …?
the bus station
excuse me, do you know where the … is? , …?
post office
I'm sorry, I don't know ,
sorry, I'm not from around here ,
I'm looking for … …
this address
are we on the right road for …? …?
Brighton
is this the right way for …? …?
Ipswich
do you have a map? ?
can you show me on the map? ?



it's this way
it's that way
you're going the wrong way
you're going in the wrong direction
take this road
go down there
take the first on the left
take the second on the right
turn right at the crossroads
continue straight ahead for about a mile ( — 1,6 )
continue past the fire station
you'll pass a supermarket on your left
keep going for another … …
hundred yards ( 91 )
two hundred metres
half mile ( 800 )
kilometre
it'll be … …
on your left
on your right
straight ahead of you

?

how far is it? ?
how far is it to …? …?
the airport
how far is it to … from here? … ?
the beach
is it far? ?
is it a long way? ?
it's … …
not far
quite close
quite a long way
a long way on foot
a long way to walk
about a mile from here ( — 1,6 )



follow the signs for … …
the town centre
Birmingham
continue straight on past some traffic lights
at the second set of traffic lights, turn left
go over the roundabout
take the second exit at the roundabout
turn right at the T-junction -
go under the bridge
go over the bridge
you'll cross some railway lines

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I believe that … ( , …)
In my experience… ( …)
I'd like to point out that… ( , …)
As far as I'm concerned… ( …)
Speaking for myself… ( …)
In my opinion… ( …)
Personally, I think… ( , …)
I'd say that… ( , …)
I'd suggest that… ( , …)
What I mean is… ( …)
It is thought that… (, …)
Some people say that… ( , …)
It is considered… ( …)
It is generally accepted that… ( , …)
Of course! (!)
You're absolutely right. ( .)
Yes, I agree. (, .)
I think so too. ( .)
That's a good point. ( .)
Exactly. (!)
I don't think so either. ( .)
So do I. ( .)
I'd go along with that. ( .)
That's true. ( .)
Neither do I. ( .)
I agree with you entirely. ( .)
That's just what I was thinking. ( , .)
I couldn't agree more. ( .)
That's different. ( .)
I don't agree with you. ( ….)
However… ( / …)
That's not entirely true. ( .)
On the contrary… ( …)
I'm sorry to disagree with you, but… (, , …)
Yes, but don't you think… (, …)
That's not the same thing at all. ( .)
I'm afraid I have to disagree. (, .)
I'm not so sure about that. ( .)
I must take issue with you on that. ( .)



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, 07 2016 . 08:44 +

:

aperatif –
wine list –
appetizer –
cold platter –
the main course –
the first course –
dessert –

Beef steak -
Pancake -
Borsch -
Bouillon -
Open sandwich -
Curd -
Beetroot salad -
Hamburger -
Pieces of toasted bread -
Goulash -
Potato pancakes -
Roast -
Baked pudding -
Fried potatoes -
Deep fried potatoes -
Mashed potatoes -
Porridge -
Cutlet -
Lasagna -
Macaroni -
Thick pancakes-
Salade Olivier -
Omelette -
Pork chop -
Meat dumplings -
Pie -
Pizza -
Pilau/ palaw -
Gyro -
Shish kebab-
Scrambled eggs -

soft drinks –
low-alcohol –
hard drinks –
carbonated drinks –
still drinks –
cocktails –

offee –
white coffee –
tea –
juice –

Menu, please. – , .
May I have some … (the menu; the wine list) – … (; )
Yes, I am ready to order. – , () .
I’d like to place an order. – () .
I’ll have … – …
I’ll take… — …
Do you serve vegetarian food? – ?
What do you recommend for breakfast? – ?
Will my breakfast be long? – ?
How does it taste? – ?
I am allergic to… — …
How long will it take? – ()?
Medium rare. – .
Well – done. – .
Meat is s over roasted. – .
It’s underdone. – .
Omelette is too salty. – .
This dish is not cooked enough. – .
Nothing more, thank you. – , .
Bring the bill, please. – , .
I suppose the bill is added up wrong. – , .
Keep the change. – .

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, 01 2016 . 15:21 +

Kettle –
Toaster –
Microwave oven –
Refrigerator ( - fridge) –
Dishwasher –
Breadbox –
Pitcher ( jug) –
Blender –
Colander –
Tureen – ( bowl – )
Cookware – (, )
Frying pan –
Teapot – ( )
Grater –
Egg slicer –
Potato peeler –
Meat mallet –
Plate –
Glass –
Cup – (mug – )
Spoon –
Fork –
Knife –
Bin – ( )
() – kitchen utensils
– tableware
( ) – flatware

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, 28 2016 . 15:50 +

Get it? - ?
What makes you so sure? - ?
Are you nuts? - , ?
How's that? - ?
How come, (that) ...? - , ...?
What have I got to do? - ?
What's the use of? - ? / ?:
What's the use of worrying? - ?
Why worry him? - ?
What if I refuse? - , ?
Surely you can see that. - ?
Surely you saw them. - ?
What is it taking so long? - ? / ?
What is going on (here)? - () ?
Are you kidding? – ?:
What makes you think (that) ...? - , ...:
What makes you think I was there? => , ?
Coming along? - ? / ( / )?:
— Let's go to the bar. — . Coming along, Tom? . — . , ( )?
What remains to be done? - ?
Are you getting the picture?- ( / )?
Make yourself clear – .
So what? - ? ?
Can you be more specific? - ? / ?
What is this all about? - ?
Who are they to judge us? - , ?
What gave you that idea? - ?
No fooling?- ? / ?
But supposing... what then? - , ,..., ?:
The question now is ...? - ...?:
So what's the hitch? - ?
What is your point? - ?
Can you manage it? - ?:
Do you think I don't know what's been going on behind my back? - , , ?
What is it to you? - - ? ?
What's the hold-up? - ?
How long did you hold office? / How long have you held office? - / ?
Why not do smth. while we are about it? - - ?:
How do you account for doing smth.? - / ?:
How do you account for being late? - ?
How can you be sure? - ?
Is that why / where / what / ...? - / / / ...?:
Is that why they didn't invite us? - .
Is that where you were? - . / ?
Why is it ...? - , ..,?:
Are you out of your mind? - ? How so? - ?

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, (Fashion)

, 26 2016 . 19:48 +

28 «, » (Fashion)

1. all the rage — - ,

2. be dressed to kill — -, (She is dressed to kill. — .)

3. beauty competition —

4. chiropody —

5. decorative wife —

6. designing woman —

7. dumb bunny —

8. gaggle —

9. glad rag — ,

10. glamour girl —

11. glossy hair —

12. go in for dramatics — (-, )

13. have a pure taste —

14. hell-cat — (, , , )

15. insipid girl — ,

16. loose woman — (, , decarative wives pure taste)

17. nagging wife — ( ), , - , «»

18. painted to the eye — , (, )

19. pin-up girl — —

20. pretty-pretty face —

21. shapely legs —

22. she’s a restful companion —

23. she’s really gross —

24. slick chick —

25. swell kid — ,

26. throw a fit —

27. unlined face —

28. vamp —

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1. activity [æktˈɪvɪti]
2. ancient [ˈeɪːnʃənt]
3. architecture [ˈɑːkɪtɛktʃə]
4. arrive [ərˈaɪv]
5. art gallery [ˈɑːt gˈæləri]
6. attraction [ətrˈækʃən]
7. beautiful [bjˈuːtəfl]
8. breathtaking [brˈeθtɛɪːkɪŋ]
9. business district [bˈɪznəs dˈɪstrɪkt]
10. castle [kˈɑːsl]
11. church [tʃˈɜːtʃ]
12. close [klous]
13. continue on [kəntˈɪnju w̆ɒn]
14. custom [kˈʌstəm]
15. customary [kˈʌstəməri]
16. dangerous [dˈeɪːndʒərəs]
17. depart [dɪpˈɑːt]
18. devastating [dˈevəstɛɪːtɪŋ]
19. en route [ˈɒŋ rˈuːt]
20. enjoy [ɪndʒˈɔɪː]
21. enormous [ɪnˈɔːməs]
22. entertainment district [ɛntətˈeɪːnmənt dˈɪstrɪkt]
23. event [ɪvˈent]
24. exception [ɪksˈepʃən]
25. exhibition [ɛksɪbˈɪʃən]
26. expect [ɪkspˈekt]
27. extensive [ɪkstˈensɪv]
28. fascinating [fˈæsɪnɛɪːtɪŋ]
29. gorgeous [gˈɔːdʒəs]
30. grocery store [grousəri stˈɔː]
31. heritage [hˈerɪtɪdʒ]
32. highlight [hˈaɪlaɪːt]
33. international [ɪntənˈæʃənl]
34. legend [lˈedʒənd]
35. lobby [lˈɒbi]
36. locals [louklz]
37. location [ləʊːkˈeɪːʃən]
38. lovely [lˈʌvli]
39. magnificent [mægnˈɪfɪsn̩t]
40. map [mˈæp]
41. market [mˈɑːkɪt]
42. monument [mˈɒnjʊmənt]
43. museum [mjuzˈɪəːm]
44. necessities [nɪsˈesɪtiz]
45. original state [ərˈɪdʒənl stˈeɪːt]
46. permit [pˈɜːmɪt]
47. photograph [foutəgrɑːf]
48. popular [pˈɒpjʊlə]
49. postcard [poustkɑːd]
50. prevalent [prˈevələnt]
51. proceed [prəsˈiːd]
52. questions or concerns [kwˈestʃənz ɔː kənsˈɜːnz]
53. raise a hand [rˈeɪːz ə hˈænd]
54. recommend [rɛkəmˈend]
55. reconstructed [rikənstrˈʌktɪd]
56. refer [rɪfˈɜː]
57. relax [rɪlˈæks]
58. request [rɪkwˈest]
59. restaurant district [rˈestrɒnt dˈɪstrɪkt]
60. restored [rɪstˈɔːd]
61. ritual [rˈɪtʃʊəːl]
62. safe [sˈeɪːf]
63. scenery [sˈiːnəri]
64. scenic [sˈiːnɪk]
65. shopping district [ʃˈɒpɪŋ dˈɪstrɪkt]
66. show someone around [ʃou sˈʌmwʌn ərˈaʊːnd] -
67. sit back [sˈɪt bˈæk] ,
68. stairway [stˈeəːwɛɪː]
69. superb [supˈɜːb]
70. supermarket [sˈuːpəmɑːkɪt]
71. surroundings [sərˈaʊːndɪŋz]
72. thrilling [θrˈɪlɪŋ]
73. unbelievable [ʌnbɪlˈiːvəbl]
74. view [vjˈuː]
75. waterfront [wˈɔːtəfrʌnt]

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, 06 2016 . 13:24 +

!

I'm so sorry [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
I beg your pardon [] [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
I'm sorry, I can't [] [ˈ], [] [] (, ) 
I'm glad to see you [] [] [] [] [] ( ) 
It's very kind of you [] [ˈ] [] [] [] ( ) 
It does you credit [] [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
Thank you anyway [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
Not at all [] [] [] ( ) 
Thank you in advance [] [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
Don't mention it [] [ˈ] [] ( ) 
May I help you? [] [] [] []? ( ) 
You are welcome [] [] [ˈ] ( ) 
No problem/ that's ok/Don't worry about it [] [ˈ]/ [] [ˈˈ]/[] [ˈ] [ˈa] [] ( , ) 
This way, please [] [], [] (, ) 
I'm sorry, I didn't catch you [] [ˈ], [] [] [] [] (, )
After you [ˈ] [] ( )

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, 02 2016 . 15:46 +

To have a finger in every pie –
To be on one’s toes – ,
To set one’s heart on smth. – -
To give a hand –
To be all ears –
To have ones’ head in the clouds –
To put one’s feet up – ,
To catch smb’s eye – ,
To bite one’s tongue –
To be down in the mouth – ,
To keep one’s fingers crossed – ,
To be tearing one’s hair out –
To rack one’s brain –
To put smb’s mind at rest – -
To break smb’s heart –
To fall head over heels in love –
To keep one’s head above the water – ,
To see eye to eye – -
To do smth. to one’s heart content – -
To play smth by ear –
To put one’s foot in it – , -
To get out of hand –
To pay through the nose –
To feel one’s heart sink –
To keep one’s ear to the ground –
To turn one’s nose up at smth. – ,
To say smth. tongue-in-cheek – ,
To be banging one’s head against a brick wall –
To cast one’s eye over smth. – -,
To not put a foot wrong –

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, 27 2016 . 12:51 +


I'd better be going now (or I'll be late).
( ).

I'm afraid I have to go now.
, ( ) .

It's getting late, and I've got to go.
, .

Can't you stay a little longer?
?

It's still early! Please don't go!
! , !

I wish I could, but I really can't.
, .

I enjoyed seeing you again.
.

Thank you, I enjoyed seeing you.
, .

It was nice meeting you!
!

Nice seeing you!
!

Nice talking to you!
!

Thank you for a great party.
.

Thank you for inviting me.
, .

We should get together again soon.
.

Hope to see you soon!
, !

Say hello to your family for me.
.

Thank you, I will.
, .

Take care now.
.

Good-by! / Good-bye!
!

Keep in touch.
.

Have a nice weekend.
.

Thanks, you too.
, .

Thanks, the same to you.
, .

See you tomorrow.
.

See you.
.

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, 17 2016 . 20:36 +

You did it ! -

Fabulous - ,

Outstanding — ( )

Super work —

Marvelous — ,

Exceptional - ,

You’re tops — ,

Wonderful — ,

Great job - ,

Fantastic, remarkable, maglificent — ,

Nice work -

Well done -

You’re 1 — ,

Super job -

Dynamite - «»,

Hurray for you - !, = Bravo Hip, Hip Hooray!

How smart — /

You’re on the mark - , ( )

You’re such a smart kid -

What a great kid —

You’re the greatest —

Good sport — ( : , / (HOW to be a good sport))

You’re super.

I’m so proud of you -

I knew you could do it — ,

You’ve made progress —

What carefull work —

How artistic —

Nothing can stop you now - ( )

You tried hard — , ( )

You’ve figured it out —

You’re on your way, you are catching on -

Now you’ve got it —

You’ve got what it takes — ( ), ,

Keep up the good work - (Please keep doing the good things that you are doing now. (A general phrase of encouragement.)

You’re getting there —

How thoughtful - ( )

Now you are flying=Nothing can spot you

You mean the world to me — , — (= You mean a lot to me)

You are a treasure — - (= You are precious)

You are a real trooper — /

You care — ( )

You brighten my day — «» ,

You made my day

Creative job —

You belong — ( , )

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, 08 2016 . 17:05 +

If you want to be somebody, somebody really special, be yourself!
-, - - !

Formal education will make you a living. Self-education will make you a fortune
C . . Jim Rohn ( )

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop
,

An Englishman is a person who does things because they have been done before. An American is a person who does things because they haven't been done before
- , -, , . - , -, , .

Success doesn’t come to you…you go to it
, . Marva Collins ( )

Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything
, .

Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them
, . Robert Graves

Everything takes longer than you think
, . Murphy’s law ( )

Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise
— . Sigmund Freud

The love that lasts longest is the love that is never returned
, , , . Somerset Maugham

Love is like an hourglass, with the heart filling up as the brain empties
. , . Jules Renard

Love doesn’t grow on trees like apples in Eden — it’s something you have to make. And you must use your imagination too
. , . , , . Joyce Cary

Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much
,

Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter
, - , Oscar Wilde

Genius is born-not paid
, Oscar Wilde

Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth
, . , .

A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining, but wants it back the minute it begins to rain
- , , , .

To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that's all
- . Oscar Wilde

Wisdom is knowing how little we know - - ,

An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest
Benjamin Franklin

All would live long, but none would be old
,

Not the power to remember, but its very opposite, the power to forget, is a necessary condition for our existence
, - .

Own only what you can carry with you; know language, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag
, : , , . -

A dream becomes a goal when action is taken toward its achievement
,

Avoiding the phrase "I don't have time...", will soon help you to realize that you do have the time needed for just about anything you choose to accomplish in life
" …", , , .

Recognition is the greatest motivator
-

I learned that it is the weak who are cruel, and that gentleness is to be expected only from the strong
, , , - Leo Rosten

Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising
,

Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do
, , ,

By doing nothing we learn to do ill
, .

English is not merely the medium of our thought; it is the very stuff and process of it
- ;

The job of science is to serve people
. .

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, 24 2016 . 14:46 +

, :))))))))) , , . :)))))))))))))) , , , :)))))))))

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, 05 2016 . 17:44 +

1 pick up  
2 go on 1) ()!; 2) (); 3)
3 get out , ; ; ,
4 go back
5 come on !, !; !; ,
6 come back
7 sit down , ,
8 come out ; , ;
9 come in ; ,
10 look for , ,
11 get up , ;
12 come up , ; ,
13 look down ,
14 go out
15 take off 1) ( ); 2) ,
16 come from , ,
17 find out , , ,
18 pull out , ; ,
19 look back ,
20 get back ()
21 go down , ,
22 come down , ; ;
23 turn back , ; ,
24 stand up ,
25 take out ,
26 wake up ; -.
27 hold up
28 turn around
29 walk away
30 be back ,
31 turn away
32 go up
33 get off , ; , ; !
34 hold on ()!; (); ,
35 look out 1) ; 2)
36 put on , ; ,
37 shut up ,
38 set up , ,
39 go over , ; ,
40 sit up ,
41 get away , ;
42 walk over ,
43 come over , ,
44 go away ,
45 go off , ; ,
46 go in
47 turn off 1) ; 2) ,
48 run out 1) ; 2) ,
49 hold out ,
50 walk out

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, 31 2016 . 16:19 +

1. .
h:
Home — .
Hotel — .
Hospital — .
House — .
Hairdresser — .

c/s:
City — .
Center — .
Cinema — .
Church — .
Cemetery — .
Street — .
Square — .
Shop — .
Subway — .
Station — .
Swimming pool — .
Stadium — .

2. .
, , t:
Transport — .
Train — .
Taxi — .
Truck — .
Trip — .
Travel — .
Tour — .
Tourist — .
Ticket — .
Ticket office — .
Time — .
Time table — .

3. .
, , s:
Shop — .
Suit — .
Shoes — .
Skirt — .
Slacks — .
Shirt — .
Scarf — .
Size — .

4. .
, , :
Cat — .
Rat — .
Bat — .
Dog — .
Pig — .
Cow — .
Fox — .

5. .
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Farm — .
Farmer — .
Field — .
Forest — .
Flower — .
Fish — .
Fruit — .
Folk — .

6. .
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Sky — .
Snow — .
Storm — .
Star — .
Space — .
Sun — .
Sunrise — .
Sunset — .

7. .
h:
Health — .
Hospital — .
Head — .
Headache — .
Hand — .
Hair — .
Heart — .

f :
Foot — .
Face — .
Finger — .
Feel — .

8. .
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Good — .
Bad — .
Sad — .
Glad — .
Mad — .

9. .
W:
What — ?
Where — ?
When — ?
Why — ?
Which — ?

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1. to get on well together -
2. to hit off with smb. - ,
3. to be thick as thieves - /
4. a friendship of old standing - /
5. to have something in common - -
6. fair-weather friend - , ,  
- "".
7.friends in high places- " ", , .
8. circle of friends - .
9. to get on like a house on fire - ,
10. to go back a long way -
11 to be on friendly footing with smb. - -
12. to fall out with smb over smth - - - -
13. to rely on smb - -
14. to give a helping hand -
15. to make peace -
16. to count on smb. - -

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amiable -
withdrawn - ,
communicable -
detached -
fair -
unfair -
faithful -
disloyal - ,
straightforward - ,
frank -
hypocritical (deceitful) -
honest -
suspicious -
just -
unjust -
merciful -
merciless -
sincere -
false -
sympathetic -
indifferent -
reliable -
unreliable -
open -
two-faced -
outspoken -
reserved -
trustful -
untrusting -
trustworthy -
treacherous -
quarrelsome - ,
trusting -
sociable -
keeping aloof -
awesome -
contemptuous -
sly (cunning)-
meek -
haughty -
composed -
affectionate - ,
jealous -
gentle - ,
harsh - ,
tender - ,
severe -
flexible -
tough - ,
mild (soft) -
strict -
rigorous -
cruel -
good-natured -
firm - ,
pushy -
wicked -
friendly -
hostile -
dignified -
mean -
regretful -
noble -
selfish - ,
polite -
impolite -
tactful -
tactless -

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It`s chilly - . 
It`s freezy/nippy - /. 
It`s boiling/sweltering - /. 
It`s roasting - () . 
It`s windy - . 
brisk - ( ). The wind is brisk. . 
It`s blowly - . 
It`s breezy - . 
oppresive/sultry - , . The weather is sultry. . 

downpour/heavy rain - . It`s downpour today. . 
It`s humid - . 
It`s muggy - ( ). Muggy air-, . 
It`s hazy - ,, ( ). 
mild weathe r- ,, . 
It`s drizzling - . 
a rainbow - . 
blizzard - . 
Mist - . 
lightning = . 
It`s pouring with rain! ! 

Climate and Metaphors. . 
 
cultural, 
current, 
economic, 
financial, 
moral, 
political, 
social, 
prevailing - climate. 



Cultural climate - (). 
Current climate - () 
Economic Climate. () 
Financial climate. . 
Moral climate.  
Political climate.  
Social climate. . 
Prevailing Climate. (,) 

, , ""/"". 



His disohenst policies toward the workers created a climate od distrust. 


The goverment reforms have created a climate of change in district. 


She has a very sunny disposition. . 
Job prospects are sunny. . 

Unfortunately, our plans met with a frosty reception. 
, . 

She said icily. . 

I`m snowed under the work. ! 

Don`t let your love for him cloud your judgement. 


The soldiers were hit with a hail of bullet. . 

After the long flight I was in a haze for day or two. 


I`ve only a hazy idea what you mean. . 

The truth is hidden in the mists of history. . 

She looked at him misty-eyed. (). 

The had a whirwind romance. . 

Thunderous applause followed his speech. . 

The winds of change are blowing across the country. .

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1. Can you help me? - ?
2. I'm looking for... - ...
3. How much is this? - ?
4. Sorry -
5. Please speak more slowly. - , , .
6.I don't understand. -
7. Could you repeat that? - ?
8. What is your name? - ?
9. My name is . . . . - ...
10. Nice to meet you! -
11. How are you doing? ?
12. Where is . . . the bathroom, restaurant, museum, hotel, beach, embassy? - , , , , , ?
13. Can I ask you a question? - ?
14. Could you write it down on paper?- ?
15. I am hungry. - .
16. I am thirsty. - .
17. I am cold. - .
18. I am feeling sick. - .
19. I need help. .
20. What time is it? - ?
21. I need to go now. - .
22. Excuse me! - ( )
23. I speak English a little bit - -
24. Where can I buy ...? - ...?
25. That's (too) expensive. - ()
26. I'll take one / it / this. -
27. I like this. -
28. I don't like that -
29. Can I pay by credit-card? - ?
30. Can I exchange this? -
31. That's all, thanks - ,
32. Excuse me, where can I get a taxi? - , ?
33. This address , please - , !
34. Stop here, please. - , .
35. I'd like a ticket to...- ...
36. When does the check-in begin? - ?
37. Here is my luggage -
38. It is a business trip -
39. I want to book a room. .
40. Here you are. , .
41. Keep the change -
42. Could you break this 100 (hundred) dollar bill? - 100- ?
43. The hange is not correct -
44. I need... - ...
45. I agree. - ()
46. With pleasure. - .
47. I am sorry, but I can’t. - , .
48. Thank you so much!- !
49. You are welcome! - ( ).
50. Have a good time! - !

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