niedziela, 04 sierpnia 2013
Phrasal verbs. Come

Idiomy

piątek, 28 czerwca 2013
Phrasal verbs C /Part 8/

Tłumaczenie i przykłady w toku ...;)

COULD DO WITH

- Need or want something

COUNT IN

- Include or involve

COUNT ON

- Depend, rely

COUNT OUT

- Exclude

COUNT UP

- Add

COZY UP

- Make yourself comfortable

COZY UP TO

- Make yourself popular with someone

CRACK DOWN ON

- Use more authority than usual

CRACK ON

- Continue doing something with energy

CRACK UP

- Have a nervous breakdown

- Have bad reception on a mobile phone

- Burst out laughing

- Damage a car bbadly

CRANK OUT - Produce a lot of something fast

CRANK UP

- Inject non-medical drugs

- Start a machine, originally with a handlle

- Increase, make something bigger

CRASH OUT

- Sleep at someone's house because you are too tired, drunk, etc. to leave

- Fall asleep

CREEP OUT ON

- To do the same activity for a very long time

CROP UP

- Appear unexpectedly

wtorek, 25 czerwca 2013
Future tenses (w pigułce).

Idioms. Can't wait.

CAN'T WAIT (to do something / for something) = when you can't wait to do something, or can't wait for something, it means that you are really excited about something in the future / sth. that is happening soon.

"I can't wait to go home to Spain for Christmas."

"We can't wait to finish our English lessons. Our teacher is terrible!"

"I can't wait for Saturday night. This week has been really hard."

"I just can't wait to be king!"

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