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, 11 2016 . 18:36 +

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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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, 21 2016 . 12:30 +

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. .
, , f:
Farm — .
Farmer — .
Field — .
Forest — .
Flower — .
Fish — .
Fruit — .
Folk — .

6. .
, , s:
Sky — .
Snow — .
Storm — .
Star — .
Space — .
Sun — .
Sunrise — .
Sunset — .

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

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

8. .
, , d:
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 - ,
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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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— Omelette
— Entrecote, steak
— Cutlet
— Balyk
O — Pork chop
— Round fried meat pie
— Marshmallow sticks
— Beef Stroganoff
— Paskha
— Baklava
— Round rissoles, meatballs
— Paste
— (Beef) steak
— Peking(-style) duck
— Pancake, flapjack
— Meat dumplings
— Borscht, borsch
— Pie
— Botvinia
— Pizza
— Doughnut-shaped bread roll
— Pilau, palaw, pilaff
— Cold baked pork
— Bun
— Bouillon; broth
— Soup, pottage
— Bread and butter ( ); Open sandwich ( )
— Spice cake
— Curd, fruit dumpling
— Pudding
— Preserve, jam Ragout
— Curd tart
— Rassolnik
— Vermicelli
— Rasstegai
— Beetroot salad
— Roast goose
— Hamburger, burger
— Roast beef
— Gazpacho
( ) — Roll
- — Egg-and-sugar shake
(.) — Swiss roll
— Stuffed cabbage roll
— Shin
— Pieces of toasted bread
— Salad
— Goulash
— Salami
— Potato pancakes
— Samosa
— Roast (meat)
— Beet(root) soup
— Aspic
— Dressed herring
— Baked pudding
— Solyanka
— Sbiten
— Spaghetti
— Zrazy
— Galantine; meat jelly ()
— Round loaf
— Souvlaki
— Fried potatoes
— Pea soup
— Potatoes boiled in their jackets
— Mushroom soup
— Deep-fried potatoes
— Chicken soup
— Mashed potatoes; potato mash
— Noodle soup
— Porridge; kasha
— Onion soup
— Boiled buckwheat
— Milk soup
— Cooked semolina
— Fish soup
— Porridge
— Kharcho
— Boiled pearl barley
— Sushi
— Millet porridge
— Curd fritter, cottage cheese pancake
— Cream of rice
— Sandwich
— Sauerkraut
— (Small) meatballs
— Kebab
— Turya
— Trickled pastries
— Fish soup
— Tempura
— Fondue
— Knodel
— Meatball, fishball
— Nuts-and-honey bar
— Fricassee
— Cutlet
- — Foie gras
— Chop
— Fugu
— Halva, halavah
— Rissole
— Khinkali
— Kulebyaka, coulibiac
— Jellied minced meat
— Easter cake
- — Hot dog
— Boiled rice with raisins and honey
— Cheburek
— Cheeseburger
— Lasagna
— Cheesecake
— Noodles
— (Potato) chips
— Lecho
— Gyro
- — Minced mutton chop
— Shish kebab
— Macaroni
— Schnitzel
— (Oriental) dumplings
— Chorba
— Mimosa salad
— Cabbage soup
— Muesli
— Escalope
— Okroshka
— Fried eggs (); scrambled eggs ()
— Thick pancake
— Salade Olivier

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He, who makes a beast of himself, gets rid of the pain of being a man.
, , .

, , .
If you let your past go, it doesn't mean that your past will let you go.

, .
Don't break up with your past until you're sure in your future.

, .
People rejoice at the Sun, and I'm dreaming of the Moon.

, , .
When you start thinking a lot about your past, it becomes your present and you can't see your future without it.

, , .
We hate the ones we love because they can cause the deepest suffering.

, .
Music creates the feelings which you can't find in life.

, , — .
The inevitable price we pay for our happiness is eternal fear to lose it.

, .
Only having descended the gulf, you can acquire treasure.

, .
Every person gives away everything to another person what he lacked himself.

, .
It is useful sometimes to recall your past in order to stronger value your present.

, , , .
A man is always afraid of the unknown, because what is known is less scary.

.
Fear transfers the clever into the silly, and makes the strong be the weak.

, .
There is nothing scary in the darkness, if you encounter it face-to-face.

C .
The most dangerous demons live in our hearts.

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Everyone sees the world in one's own way.

, , .
Remember that the most dangerous prison is the one in your head.

.
Everyone has one's own path.

, , , .
The flame has burnt away, the ash remained, the joy has gone, the sadness remained.

, ...
It's better to have ideals and dreams than nothing...

.
The memory warms you up inside, but it also breaks your soul apart.

- , .
If I ever surrender, it'll happen only in mercy to the winner.

, .
I remember too much, that's why I'm damn sad sometimes.

— .
He, who does not love loneliness, does not love freedom.

, , ...
Sometimes you want to vanish, not to be seen by anyone, you want all the bad things to pass by...

.
Don't let your mind kill your heart and soul.

.
Only my dream keeps me alive.

.
Everyone is the creator of one's own fate.

, .
We frequently die in our own dreams.

- .
Be careful with your thoughts – they are the beginning of deeds.

-, .
Everyone underwent something that changed him.

, ...
I remember everything what I 've forgotten...

- .
While I'm breathing - I love and believe.

- .
All we need is love.

, .
I'll get everything I want.

.
God never makes errors.

, .
Remember who you are.

.
The love of my life.

.
One lifelong love.

, !
Respect the past, create the future!

.
My guardian is always with me.

, .
Be loyal to the one who is loyal to you.

.
My angel is always with me.

.
Life is beautiful.

- .
The best thing in our life is love.

.
Enjoy every moment.

- .
A life is a moment.

.
Never look back.

.
Live without regrets.

, .
Tolerance is more powerful than force.

Follow your heart.
.

Dad, I love you.
, .

Never say never.
.

My dreams come true.
.

I will get everything I want.
, .

Forever young.
.

Endless love.
.

I shall not live in vain.
.

Let it be.
.

To live forever.
.

Never look back.
.

Fall down seven times, stand up eight.
, .

Feel the rain on your skin.
.

The earth is my body. My head is in the stars.
- . .

.*
*. :
Faith - , .
Belief - , .

Fighting for life.
.

Killing is not a murder.
- .

Now or never.
.

be or not to be.
.

Wait and see.
– .

By doing nothing we learn to do ill.
, .

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