Slang, Idioms и другие полезные выражения

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Addrian Николаев # 23 ноября 2014 в 18:28
1) густой напиток из взбитых фруктов или ягод;
2) сердцеед.
Addrian Николаев # 23 ноября 2014 в 18:28
интересная разговорная идиома: feel blue - грустить
Addrian Николаев # 24 ноября 2014 в 16:58
популярное разговорное слово awesome - потрясающий
Аудиоурок BBC:
Addrian Николаев # 25 ноября 2014 в 09:40
Небольшой тест от BBC на знание сленга.
Проходим тест и узнаем новые разговорные выражения:
Addrian Николаев # 26 ноября 2014 в 03:12
Несколько полезных идиом:
Addrian Николаев # 26 ноября 2014 в 18:21
Популярные английские выражения о любви:

hit it off - понравиться друг другу, ладить
on the rocks - в тяжелом положении
pop the question - сделать предложение
tie the knot - выйти замуж, жениться
fall head over heel - влюбиться
puppy love - щенячья (подростковая) любовь
settle down - остепениться
Алиса Устинова # 26 ноября 2014 в 18:31
20 современных английских идиом, значения ниже:

A penny for your thoughts
Add insult to injury
A hot potato
Once in a blue moon
Caught between two stools
See eye to eye
Hear it on the grapevine
Miss the boat
Kill two birds with one stone
On the ball
Cut corners
To hear something straight from the horse's mouth
Costs an arm and a leg
The last straw
Take what someone says with a pinch of salt
Sit on the fence
The best of both worlds
Put wool over other people's eyes
Feeling a bit under the weather
Speak of the devil!

This idiom is used as a way of asking someone what they are thinking about.
When people add insult to injury, they make a bad situation even worse.
This idiom is used to speak of an issue (especially in current affairs) which many people are talking about.
This is used when something happens very rarely.
When someone finds it difficult to choose between two alternatives.
This idiom is used to say that two (or more people) agree on something.
This means ‘to hear a rumour' about something or someone.
This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or her chance at something.
This means ‘to do two things at the same time'.
When someone understands the situation well.
When something is done badly to save money. For example, when someone buys products that are cheap but not of good quality.
To hear something from the authoritative source.
When something is very expensive.
The final problem in a series of problems.
This means not to take what someone says too seriously. There is a big possibility that what he/she says is only partly true.
This is used when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
All the advantages.
This means to deceive someone into thinking well of them.
Feeling slightly ill.
This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
Addrian Николаев # 27 ноября 2014 в 03:56
Много разных идиом с примерами употребления от BBC:
Addrian Николаев # 27 ноября 2014 в 22:24
Идиомы с названиями животных:

to have seen the lions - to have a lot of experience, to have seen everything
to come out of one's shell - to become less shy
to learn/say something parrot-fashion - to learn/say sth by heart, from memory
a white elephant  - possession that is useless and expensive to maintain
to be a busy bee - to enjoy being busy or active
to have a bee in one's bonnet - to be obsessed, mad with something
to have bats in the belfry - to be eccentric or insane
monkey business/tricks  - dishonest or bad behaviour
brass monkey weather - very cold weather
a little bird told me something  - expression used to say that you know something but you will not say how you found out
a dog's life  - constantly worried, troubled or miserable
every dog has his day  - everyone can succeed sooner or later
to be like a dog with two tails  - to be very happy
to go to the dogs - become less efficient
to let sleeping dogs lie  - to let it be
to make a dog's breakfast of something  - to do something very bad
not to stand/have a dog's chance - to have no chance at all
to work like a dog  - to work a lot
hunt with cats and you catch only rats  - you should choose you allies wisely
a pack rat  - somebody who collects things that he does not need
like a drowned rat  - soaking wet and miserable
like rats leaving/deserting the sinking ship - expression used to describe people who leave a place when it is in trouble
the rat race  - competition to keep one's position in work/life
to smell a rat  - to guess that something wrong is happening
to be eagle-eyed  - be very good at seeing or noticing things
to be like a bear with a sore head  - be rude, in a bad mood
АНГЛИЙСКИЙ В ADDRIAN | Киев Николаев Херсон # 29 ноября 2014 в 23:12

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