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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withdrawn - ,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 - ,
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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, 12 2016 . 15:09 +

 

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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, 08 2016 . 11:33 +

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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, 05 2016 . 21:06 +

— 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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, , .

, 30 2016 . 16:07 +

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.

.
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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scoop —
armchair —
armchair-sofa — -
baking sheet —
barbecue —
basin —
bed —
bedside-table —
belongings —
bench —
blender —
bolter —
bookcase —
bottle —
brazier —
bucket —
buffet —
butter dish —
chair —
children's goods —
chopsticks —  
coffee maker —
coffee-grinder —
coffee-pot —
colander —
combine —
corkscrew —
cornice —
cot —
cradle —
crib —
cup —
cupboard — ,
dish —
dishwasher —
door —
drawing out —
fork —
fortune —
fridge —
frying pan —
furniture —
gas-stove —
glass —
grater —
hammock —
herring-dish —
iron —
jalousie —
jar —
jug —
juice squeezer —
kettle —
knife —
lid —
mattress —
mirror —
mug —
napkin —
oven —
microwave oven —
pepper-pot —
plate —
pot —
pots and pans —
pressure cooker —
rocker — -
rolling pin —
salad-dish —
salt cellar —
saucepan —
saucer —
shelf —
skewer —
sofa —
soft furniture —
spoon —
stool —
stuff —
sugar bowl —
support —
table —
tall wine glass —
tea-strainer —
teapot —
thermos —
tin —
tray —
trowel —
vase —
venetian blind —
wine glass —

 

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, 05 2016 . 10:19 +

bold (unafraid) -
brave -
feeble - ,
courageous -
timid -
daring -
cautious -
fearless -
fearful -
firm - ,
hesitant -
steady -
doubtful -
obstinate -
flexible -
stubborn -
submissive (compliant) -
persistent -
wavery -
resolute -
irresolute -
strong-willed -
weak-willed -
stand one's ground -
able to stand up to -
unable to control one's emotions -
show resistance to -
show presence of mind -
lacking self-reliance -
capable of prolonged effort -
lost -
independent -

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, 25 2016 . 20:14 +

:

decent —
indecent —
honest —
fair — ,
sincere —
dishonest —
innocent —
guilty —
criminal —
kind —
hostile —
gentle —
polite —
rude —
generous —
close-fisted —
talkative —
sociable —
reserved — ,
docile —
disobedient —
strict —
mild —
reliable —
changeable —
brave —
courageous — 2
cowardly —
timid — ,
reasonable —
prudent —
light-minded —
cautious —
incautious —

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, 20 2016 . 14:30 +

,

1 Fillers, —

1.1 Well,...
"", ""
1.2 I think,...
, .

2

2.1 It depends
" [ ]"
2.2 This and that - .
— What sort of music do you like?
— Well, this and that. / Well, it depends.

3

3.1 Yes, please!
- . : Will you marry me? - Yes, I will! Yes, thank you! - : No, thank you.
3.2 (Yes,) of course!
3.3 (Yes,) sure!
3.2 3.3 .
c :
3.4 Certainly, (sir)!
3.5 You bet! —
3.6 I agree. .
3.7 Right you are! = !

4 .

4.1 How much (is it)? = ()? . , , ,
4.2 Here you are.= , .
4.3 Can I have a (sandwich, please)? = ()?
4.4 I'll leave it.= ( , , ).
4.5 I'll have it. = . ( , )
4.6 Cash, please. / Credit card, please. = , . / , . - "How would you like to pay?" = ?

5

5.1 Hello!
5.2 Hi! , 5.1
5.3 How are you? = , ?
5.4 Bye! (Bye-bye!)
5.5 See you! =
5.6 Have a nice time! = ! , , -

6

6.1 I don' think so. .
6.2 Really? , , - , .

7

7.1 What about TV? [cinema, swimming, walking, playing football….] . , What about , ing

8 -

8.1 Same to you! = !
8.2 The same [, please]! - , .
8.3 And you? = ?
8.4 What about you? = ?

9. " "

Let me see./ Let me think. = . , Well,

10. , , .

No problem!
No problems!
It's a problem! = !
It's not a problem! = !
It's difficult! = !
It's easy! = !

11.

11.1 ...I mean... = ... ...; ... ...
11.2 I'm sorry. = . ; . ; .;
11.3 I don't know what to say. = , .

12. " "

12.1 That's OK. = .
12.2 It doesn't matter. = .

13

13.1 Right now! = !
13.2 Not now. = .
13.3 Later. = .
13.4 Some other time. = .
13.5 Ages/for ages = / . How long

14 "!" "!"

Take it easy! = // / /
Come on! = . 1) !/!/!/!/ ! 2) , . 15 .

15

15.1 Fair enough
- . , . - , , , , , .
15.2 That's it! (That is it!)
: !

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, 24 2016 . 16:46 +

Enough of it -
go into details -
I don’t care -
I have no idea -
I mean it! -
I wish I knew - !
It doesn’t matter -
It doesn't make sense -
It doesn't prove a thing -
It' s none of your business -
It's a lie -
It's all the same to me -
It's beside the point -
It's new to me -
It's out of place -
It's up to you -
It's waste of time -
Let's clear it up - .
Let's drop the subject -
Mind one's own business -
no matter -
point of view -
pro and con -
say one's say -
side against -
So what? - ?
speak one's mind -
stand one's ground -
stand to reason - ,
take a side -
take a stand -
take into account -
That's not the point -
That's very well, but - , …
to one's face - ( )
up against -
Use your own judgement -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - !
What for? - ?
What of it? - ?
You can take it from me -

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, 15 2016 . 15:51 +

, .

This is ... 
...

I have to give a phone call.
.

Please, may I use your phone?
?

Please, may I use your telephone directory? 
?

Hello, may I speak to Mr. Brown, please? 
, ?

Yes, sir. Hold on, please. 
, .

The line is busy 


Who is speaking?
?

Please hang up and call again 


What is your phone number?
?

I'II call back later


Sorry, wrong number. 
, .

Hold on.
.

How does one use this phone?
?

What's the minimum charge for calls to Moscow, please? 
, , ?

It's about 6 dollars for a three minute call.
6 .

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, 07 2016 . 18:12 +

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

. .

240

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, 30 2016 . 14:52 +

how —
so —
then —
there —
no —
now —
just —
very —
where —
too —
also —
well —
again —
why —
here —
still —
off —
away —
always —
almost —
enough —
though —
never —
since —
round —

yet —
often —
rather —
ever — -
once —
thus —
soon —
today —
perhaps —
probably —
already —
however —
across —
really —
together —
quite —
sometimes —
therefore —
else —
outside —
besides —
beyond —
indeed —
inside —
ago —

instead —
likely —
especially —
according —
below —
without —
through —
throughout —
forward —
forth —
aside —
otherwise —
seldom —
yesterday —
tomorrow —
moreover —
friendly —
somehow — -
plenty —
somewhere — -
apart —
beneath —
everywhere —
anywise — -
when —

whenever —
tonight —
meanwhile —
nowhere —
altogether —
yes —
alike —
usually —
occasionally —
rarely —
actually —
easily —
hardly —
quickly —
slowly —
above —
little —
much —
even —
before —
lately —
recently —
almost —
as —
only —

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to fall for someone - -., -.
to go steady/to date - -
to bill and coo - /
an old flame - /
to have a crush on someone - -, .
to hit it off with someone - -,
to have the hots for someone - -
To fall in love head over hills -
to have a soft spot for someone - -.
to fancy someone - -, , .
to have a thing for someone - -,
to be hung up on someone - -. ( -, ..)
to steal someone's heart - -
to be made for each other -
to have eyes for smb. - -
to play the field - /
be on one's mind - -
to have an affair -
puppy love - ,
to love someone to bits - -. ( )
to chase after - "" /
to lose one's heart to smb. - -
a match made in heaven -
to be joined at the hip - /

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At any price — .
Be in for it — .
Be that as it may — .
Be too much for smb — .
Be well off — .
Can't do anything with — — .
Carry / gain one's point — .
Do well — .
Down and out — .
Get a grip on smth — .
Get into trouble — .
Get nowhere / not get anywhere — — .
Get the worst of it / have the worst of it — .
Give way to — , .
Go / get far — , .
Go to waste — .
Go up in smoke — .
Golden opportunity — .
Good for nothing — .
Good fortune — .
Good job! — , !
I shall never get over it — .
In trouble with — , .
In vain — .
It could have been worse — .
It didn't work out — .
It is in the bag — .
It leaves much to be desired — .
It serves you right — .
It was a failure — .
It was a great fun — .
It was a success — .
It was no fun — .
It was quite a job — .
It's no go — .
It's no good — .
It's not up to the mark — .
Let smb down — .
Make a fortune — .
Make good — —.
Make headaway — .
Make one's way — .
Make the grade — .
Make use of — .
Next time lucky — .
On the nose — .
On the right track — .
Shit happens — .
Sink or swim — .
Stand a chance — .
Take a chance that — , .
Take advantage of — , .
Take one's chance — .
Take one's chances — , .
That'll do — .
That's the way to do it — .
Things happen — .
What a pity! — !
What's done is done — .
Within a hair's breadth — .
Without a hitch — .

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to meet a colleague from abroad - -
to answer questions for an application form -
to chat about the news -
to get to know each other during a break -
to spend a lot of time -
to love really -
to be quite good at - -
to be really into -
to be interested in -
to have enough time for -
to hate absolutely -
to hang out with friends -
to text your friends -
to be physically active -
to chat on the phone -
to use the Internet -
to work longer hours -
leisure time activity -
to work fulltime -
to do the main share of the housework -
ready meals and takeaways -
to have a full-time job -
to socialize -
to be keen on sport -
to take part in sport -
to waste a lot of time -
the starling results -
the vast majority of -
to be stressed out and exhausted -
home-cooked food -
shopping malls -
pensioners -
according to recent research -
to do sport -
to send e-mails to friends -
to live in a flat upstairs -
to do a design course -
to be incredible -
to be really weird -
the architecture is amazing -
to improve English -
to look after children and to do the housework -
to be terrible at housework -
to move to a new office -
to be bored with smth - , -
to look for smth - -
to go and live abroad -
to set up a travel business -
to play the guitar, the violin -
to wear smart and casual clothes -
to have got a stomachache -
to have got a cold -
I did not do my homework - neither did I - -
I did my course - so did I - -
to write a letter straight away -
to drop a line -
to study at university -
a sales manager -
a gorgeous guy -
unfortunately -
to be married to smb - ,
to get married to - ,
an acquaintance -
to start a journey -
a carrier bag -
the government's plans for education -
to take antibiotics -
to serve breakfast -
in particular -
tax cuts -
a custom official -
to disturb smb - -
to look fantastic -
a good way of investing money -
to be fit and healthy -
autographs -
to work together -
to be in a bad mood -
to have a good word to smb - -
to pick on smb - -,
to be terrified by smb - -
to cover for smb - -,
to be downstairs -
to shout at smb -
to march straight up to smb - -
a pathetic coward -
to be stunned to silence -
to walk off without saying any word - ,
to be in a bad car accident -
to break one's legs -
to be in a wheelchair -
to be amazed by courage -
to have an injection -
to complain about a considerable pain -

to comfort smb - -
to share smth - -
a ward -
adults -
to be generous -
to get in touch with -
to be unbelievably kind and honest -
to go shopping -
at the checkout desk -
to load up a car -
to drop smth - -
to start to panic -
to knock at the door -
a queue -
to get an address from a driving license -
to be grateful -
to thank smb properly - -
to own a gun -
to have a motive for killing -
the scene of the crime -
to try an experiment -
to believe in telepathy -
a mammal -
to drink liquids from eucalyptus leaves -
the Aborigine word - ,
the news headlines -
a nutrition expert -
junk food -
to set a good example -
to suffer because of indoor pollution -
dangerous chemicals -
to claim -
to breathe the air -
to have a bad headache -
to give up smoking -
to lose a lot weight -
to suffer from stress -
to eat a more varied diet -
to have sense of humour -
to have a bad back - , ,
to have a walk -
to take congratulations on smth -
to be sorry to hear about smth -
to be a marrying type - , ,
to get on very well -
to pass a driving test -
to notice smth special about people -
to have accurate impressions about people -
to be wrong about someone - -

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1. Extremes meet —
2. East or West home is best — ,
3. Better late than never — ,
4. All’s well that ends well — ,
5. Out of sight out of mind — ,
6. As fit as a fiddle ,
7. No sweet without sweat ,
8. A penny saved is a penny gained — ,
9. By one’s father’s side ,
10. Just a joke

11. Have a heart! !, !
12. A good beginning makes a good ending
13. Too good to be true , / ,
14. Who knew, who is who — « »
15. New lords new laws -….
16. Honesty is the best policy —
17. A light purse is a heavy curse ,
18. It’s like putting a saddle on a cow
19. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth ,
20. I dare swear

21. As snug as a bug in a rug ,
22. Look who’s talking! , !
23. There is no rose without thorn
24. If there is a will, there is a way
25. There is no place like home ,
26. There is no smoke without fire
27. Lovely weather for ducks! !
28. There is a black sleep in every flock —
29. But … There is always but… … -, …
30. There are spots even on the sun

31. When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow

32. There is no royal road to learning
33. There’s many a slip between the cup and the lip /
34. While there is life, there is hope [] –
35. There is no flying from fate
36. There is a small choice in rotten apples

37. If there were no clouds we should not enjoy the sun ,
38. There is no so faithful friend, as a good book ,
39. No buts! !
40. No new – is a good new —

41. Tastes differ
42. Where there is a will there is a way — / ,
43. One man’s meat is another man’s poison ,
44. Pull your finger out / to make more effort

45. Turn over a new leaf , , ,
46. Break a leg / good luck !
47. Rome wasn’t built in a day
48. The early bird catches the worm
,
49. Practice makes perfect
,
50. Start from scratch

51. All in the same boat -.
52. You can count it on your fingers
/
53. Twist the knife in the wound
/
54. Put that in your pine and smoke it
/
55. But there is no flying from fate

56. A dog is a manger –
57. Well begun is half done /
58. A lame duck
59. It’s never too late to learn
,
60. True love has no happy end, true love – has no end at all
,

61. No man can serve two masters

62. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today
,
63. You can’t judge a man’s character by his looks

64. A man can do no more than he can
65. You can’t have it both ways ,
66. Put one’s money where one’s mouth is
67. If you can’t beat them, join them ,
68. One cannot be in two places at once
69. The leopard cannot change his spots
70. You can’t sell the cow and drink the milk

71. You can’t eat your cake and have it
72. You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs ,
73. Man can’t live by bread alone
74. One can’t make a silk purse if a sow’s ear
75. He that can’t obey cannot command ,
76. You can’t get blood from a stone
77. Pigs to you ! !
78. Nothing is stolen without hands
79. Men may meet but mountains never . —
80. The evil would may be cured but not the evil name

81. What may be done at any time is done at no time
,
82. Nothing is impossible to a willing heart
,
83. A bird may be known by its song
84. Nothing is so certain as the unexpected ,
85. As well be hanged (hung) for a sheep as for a lamb ,
86. Every man has a fool in his sleeve
87. Men leap over where the hedge is lowest

88. No man is born wise or learned
89. He knows all the answers.
90. They that think they know everything, know nothing
, , ,

91. Wit once bought is worth twice taught ,
92. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink
,
93. Learning is the eye of the mind ,
94. He know most who speaks least ,
95. Money makes the mare go
96. Money can’t buy you love
97. The love of money is the root of all evil
98. Money doesn’t grow on trees
99. One swallow does not make a summer
100. Make hay while the sun shines , ; ,

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