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expressions — such as "cannon" for "guns" in describing the vessels'
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Formal expressions

List of formal versus informal expressions Informal Formal A lot of a number of We have got the permission authorization has been received To hire to these jobs to recruit for these posts We shall finish at late 2001 completion is scheduled for 2001 We have noticed that it has been noted that Short inadequate Bring in a system introduce a system Get receive Give provide The same sort of bus a similar bus Another system an alternative system Can you tell me if this system is ok? Your approval would be appreciated For some timefor the time being temporarily Now currently Is being fixed is under repair Because of that... consequently...

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Forum 1. Le on 1. Mots et expressions

Méthode de français. Leçon 1, p. 19. Mots et expressions N Français Eesti p. 19 -20 lk. 19 -20 . 19 -20 1. un module moodul 2. au jour le jour päevast päevani 3. une unité osa 4. une présentation esitamine 5. une rencontre kohtamine 6. une pause vahearg, paus, peatus , 7. un jeux mäng 8. interculturel. ­le kultuuridevaheline , -, - 9. un point punkt 10. un agenda...

Prantsuse keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Useful shopping expressions

TALLINN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CENTRE USEFUL SHOPPING EXPRESSIONS Jelizaveta Kuznetsova 205 MRA TALLINN 2015 1. Tere hommikutlõunatõhtut. Good morningafternoonevening 2. Kas ma saan teid aidata? Can I help you? 3. Kas te sooviksite abi? Would you like an assistance? 4. Kas te otsite midagi erilistkindlat? Are you looking for anything special? 5. Kas te sooviksite seda proovida? Would you like to try it on? 6. Kui te vajate abi, lihtsalt küsige. If you need a help, just ask. 7. Mis suuruse te võtate (kannate)? What size do you take? 8. Mis see on mida te eriliseltkindlalt What is it that you are particularly looking otsite? for? 9. Millal te seda kasutada sooviksite? When would you like to use that? 10. Mille jaoks see on?...

Erialaline inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Idiomatic expressions

Flea Market - An open-air market The birds and the bees - Sex education Ants in one's pants - Unable to sit still Cat nap - A short sleep Clam up - Become quiet suddenly Fishy - Odd, suspicious Holy cow - Wow, I'm surprised! Horse around - Play roughly Rat race - Struggle for power Let sleeping dogs lie - Not to interfere Dog days - Very hot days. Make a beeline - Go straight for smth Nest egg - Money saved for the future Pig out - Eat a lot of smth Smell a rat - Begin to suspect trickery Until the cows come home - For a very long time Kitty corner - Diagonal direction Hold your horses - Wait and be patient Kick the bucket - To die Mum's the word - To keep a secret Back To Square One - To start again Tie the knot - To get married A field day - A very enjoyable time Over the hill - To be past your prime Spinning a yarn - To lie or exaggerate Under the weather - Feeling ill Bushed - Tired, completely exhausted C...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Words on unit 4D

Words & expressions 1) A generous nationhelde rahvas 2) A polar bearjääkaru 3) A social disastersotsiaalne katastroof 4) Connected through charityühendatud läbi heategevuse 5) Continuing economic problemsjätkuvad majanduslikud probleemid 6) Daytoday workigapäevane töö 7) Economists rely on sthmajandusteadlased tuginevad millegi 8) Endangered speciesohustatud liigid 9) Extreme weather eventsekstreemsed ilmastikunäitajad 10) Halfway around the worldpooleldi ümber maailma 11) In conclusionkokkuvõttes 12) In the fight for resourcesvõitluses resursside pärast 13) It's doubled to more than a billionsee on kahekordistunud rohkem kui miljardile 14) Life on our planetelu meie planeedil 15) Limited to onepiiratud ühele 16) Nevertheless,...kuid siiski, sellegipoolest 17) On the EarthMaal 18) People in the Westi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Prepositions and phrases

Prepositions (at, on, from, in) and phrases (offer a service, hold hands, give orders, carry a flag, become official, compare with sth, have a sauna, climb a tower, gain popularity, treat with respect, exchange goods, move westward, share basic views, live on fish, smell juniper's and wool's aroma, watch the people go by, raise sheep). 1. Prepositions: of course there are no all expressions what you can use in that document, only some of them but I hope I'll help somebody for sharing that document :). 2. Phrases: some phrases are in English (+ Estonian translation, of course), some in Estonian (+ English translation)...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Suuline eksam

abiks.pri.ee FREE TIME 1. Is music popular in your family? What music do you like? 2. What musical instruments have you got in your home? 3. Can you play any musical instruments? 4. Do you sing? 5. Have you sung at a song festival? 6. Has your school got a choir? 7. When do you last go to a concert? What concert was it? 8. Have you ever been to an openair concert? What was it like? 9. Do you sing at family parties? Where else Estonians like to sing? 10. Have you got a collection of cassettes, CD´s or LP´s at home? 11. Have you watched a ballet on TV? 12. Which do you prefer ­ ballet, drama or musical? 13. How often do you go to the theatre? 14. Do you prefer going to the theatre or watching TV? Why? 15. Do you prefer buying a cheap ticket and getting a seat at the back or spending more money and sitting in the...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Past tenses

E.g. She stood up, went up to her and grabbed her wrists. Completed actions or events, which happened at a stated past time. E.g. I went to the cinema last night. Past habits or states. E.g. my grandfather always wore a hat. Complete actions not connected to the present with a stated or implied time reference. E.g. Beethoven created wonderful classical pieces. Time expressions used with Past Simple: yesterday, last week/month etc, ago, then, just, now, when, in 1991, etc Past continuous is used for: Actions in the middle of happening at a stated past time. E.g. She was flying to Paris this time last Monday. A past action in progress interrupted by another past action. The longer action is in the Past Continuous, the shorter action is in the past Simple. E.g. I...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Reeglid

1 Like and as Kasutame like, et öelda, et asjad on sarnased. He looks like his father. Ametlikumas vormis kasutame as, et öelda, et asjad on sarnased (esineb enne alust) ­ The exam starts at 9.30 as I have already said. Kasutame as, et rääkida ametitest ja töödest, mida inimesed teevad ­ She works as a teacher in a primary school. Kasutame as, kui me viitame informatsioonile, mida nii rääkija kui kuulaja juba teavad ­ As you know, I'm starting a new job next month. 4.2 Narrative tenses 4.2a Lihtminevik Kasutame: et rääkida sündmustest minevikus, mis on nüüdseks lõppenud ­ I went to the zoo last weekend. et rääkida mineviku situatsioonidest ­ I lived next door to my best friend. kaudses kõnes 4.2b Kestev minevik Kasutame: et rääkida asjades, mis on minevikus kestvad. They were walking along the bank of a river. et rääkida sündmusest, mis o...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Superstar 1 tests

Tests Superstar 1 Luke Prodromou Test 1 Name____________________ Class_______ Use your English 1 Complete these sentences using the correct form (present simple or present continuous) of the verb in brackets. _ 1 She is in a band and she _________________________________ (record) a CD at the moment. _ 2 She is an actress and often _________________________________ (appear) on television. _ 3 At the moment she _________________________________ (have) a rest because she is tired. _ 4 Mike is a doctor and he _________________________________ (live) in Manchester. _ 5 I _________________________________ (start) work at 8.30 every morning. _ 6 He is a good cook but she _________________________________ (prefer) to eat out. _ 7 English tests _________________________________ (get) more and more interesting. _ 8 They _________________________________ (have) a party becau...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Proseminar

0 AP Kab. 420 03.09.2002. Writing a term paper (this spring) and graduation paper. To get a pass: one written task (part of introduction, thesis statement) Term paper should be printed (20-25 pages long). Graduation paper should be printed (50-60 pages long). First write term paper, and choose a topic right now (theme of term paper later will be developed into graduation paper). Rights: we have a right to have a supervisor. Supervisor writes on the front page "Lubatud kaitsmisele". You need time to: 1. read the theory 2. collect material 3. regularity (1-2 hours a day deal with your paper) The first draft of term paper should be ready by March. Supervisors are: 1. Suliko Liiv (country study, grammar, contrastive studies, methodology) 2. Liliana Skopinskaja (methodology) 3. Jaanika Marley (foneetika, methods) 4. Ene Alas (translation, meth...

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Stilistika loeng

420 2 AP Ends with an exam; lasts only for 1 semester. At the exam you get 2 questions and an exercise (50 sentences: establish the device used, recognize it, and name it). Care about the pronunciation of the terms. Books: - I. Galperin "Stylistics" - I. Ladusseva "Rhythm and Text" - I. Ladusseva "Vocabulary and Style" - I. Ladusseva "Stylistic practice: Book I, Book II" - I. Ladusseva "A Guide to Punctuation" EXAMINATION TOPICS: 1. Style, stylistics, a survey of stylistic studies...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Exami kysimused-vastused

STYLE The term "style" is polysemantic (has many meanings): a Latin word "stilus" originally meant a writing instrument used by ancient people. Already in classical Latin the meaning was extended to denote the manner of expressing one's ideas in written or oral form. Jonathan Swift defined style as "proper words in proper places". In present day English the word "style" is used in about a dozen of principle meanings: 1. the characteristic manner in which a writer expresses his/her ideas (e.g. style of Byron) 2. the manner of expressing ideas, characteristic of a literary movement or period 3. the use of language typical of a literary genre (e.g. the style of a comedy, drama, novel). 4. the selective use of language that depends on spheres / areas of human activity (e.g. style of fiction, scientific prose, newspapers, business correspondence, etc.). STYLISTICS Stylistics ­ is the study of s...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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My mother tongue in 21th century

Even nowadays not very many people speak Estonian, nearly 1,5 Million. Compared to English speakers, it's nothing. The Estonian language has changed very much as the years have gone by. The expressions that were used years ago are replaced with English phrases, which are especially popular among young people. That's because almost all films, song lyrics and popular TV shows are in English. They also use slang too much. It's quite possible, that soon the Estonian language dies out and replaces with English. The second reason, why Estonian is in big danger, is because the little importance of the language. Almost everyone can speak at least one foreign language and nowadays the travelling possibilities are also very good. So if the Estonian language has no importance, it's possible, that if several nations will mix and there will be no...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Future forms grammar

, the expressions be sure, be afraid, etc.., and the adverbs probably, perhaps, certainly.., b) for on-the-spot decisions c) for promisses, threats, warnings, requests, hopes and offers. d) for actions events situations which will definitely happen on the future and which we cannot control.Be going to We use be going to: a) for plans, intentions or ambitions we have for the future. b) for actions we have already decided to do in the near future . C) in predictions when there is evidence that something will happen in the near future.Future continious. A) for an action ehich will be in progress at a started future time. B) for an actions ehich will definitely happen in the future as the result of a routine or arrangement. C) when we ask politely about someone's plans for the near future. Future perfect for an action which will be finished before a stated future time. Future perfect continuos to emphasise the duration of an action up to a cer...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Presentation vocabulary

It is less personal than the active. Tense Active Passive present simple I think it is thought present we are discussing it is being discussed continuous present perfect the boss has said it has been said past simple John called a meeting a meeting was called future I will refer to this later this will be referred to later Personal pronouns Active verbs use more personal pronouns: I think ... We are working on ... Be careful not to overuse I. We is a good alternative for talking about companies: We will launch the product in June. Reference to the audience As I'm sure you know ... We have all experienced ... You may remember ... As I'm sure we'd all agree ... Everyday language Using slang and everyday expressions can make an impact on the audience and add drama: Where's the caring side of employment gone? I'll tell you where. It's hiding behind a damned set of targets and objectives that's where it is! You need to know your audience very well to use this kind of language. Emphasising and minimising Emphasising Strong adverbs intensify adjectives: We've had an extremely good year. This kind of negligence is absolutely unacceptable. Adverbs can be total, very strong, or moderate. TOTAL absolutely (fantastic) completely (awful) entirely (depressing) totally (unacceptable) VERY STRONG extremely (good) very (bad) highly (dangerous) MODERATE fairly (safe) reasonably (expensive) quite (cheap) Minimizing Look at the way the following expressions of degree and uncertainty modify, or minimize, the message: It seems we will have to delay the delivery. The Chief Executive Officer appears to h...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Writing in the Business World

It is retained when the writer wishes to emphasise his own role or that of the readers: 'Further to our telephone conversation ... I would like to confirm that...' Redundancy The writer has several times included words or phrases that are unnecessary because they add nothing to the reader's understanding: difficult problems (all problems are difficult) We've made lots of complaints to the Autocheck Manager about the work Autocheck is doing just now. (needless repetition) personally face to face (these two expressions mean the same thing and the second is therefore unnecessary) This use of unnecessary repetition, or redundancy, adds nothing to the report and can distract the reader's attention away from the main points. 5 Sentence Connection The final way in which the secretary has revised the report is in indicating how the different ideas are connected or related. We have already seen that in Text 2 the secretary makes the report much easier to follow by providing a more logical sequence of ideas. However, she also ensures that the reader understands how those ideas fit together by including a number of words or phrases which explicitly point out the connections between them. In the above extract from Text 2, the connectives are underlined: Although, previously the work done by Autocheck on company vehicles has been quite satisfactory, there have recently been several...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Lühendite seletus

MDF Menu Definition File (file name extension) MDI Memory Display Interface + Multiple Document Interface MDIC Manchester Decoder and Interface Chip [AT&T] MDK Multimedia Developers Kit [Microsoft] MDLP Mobile Data Link Protocol MDR Metadata Repository + Minimum Design Requirement MDX Multi-Dimensional Expressions MDY Month Day Year .ME Opening Information (file name extension) (As in READ.ME) MEB Memory Expansion Board MED Minimum Expected Delay MEG Megabyte MEM Memory MEMS Micro-Electro-Mechanical System .MEN Menu (file name extension) MERCI Multimedia European Research Conferencing Integration MES Manufacturing Execution System MESI Modified, Exclusive, Shared and Invalid (protocol) MESSENGER Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging [JHUAPL] MET Memory Enhancement Technology [Hewlett-Packard] .MET Metafile (file name extension) MFC Microsoft Foundation Class [Microsoft] MFFS Microsoft Flash File System [Microsoft] MFI Multifunction Interpreter MFIOP Multifunction IO Processor MFLOPS Million Floating Point Operations Per Second MFM Modified Frequency Modulation MFP Multi-Function PeripheralPrinterProduct MFPI Multifunction Peripheral Interface MFS...

Informaatika - Kutsekool
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Present Simple & Continuous

... do not (don't) work ... We They Do you work here? ­ Yes, I do. / No, I don't. He She works here. ... does not (doesn't) work ... It Does she / he work here? ­ Yes, she / he does. / No, she / he doesn't. Time expressions always often not often never usually normally rarely sometimes occasionally hardly ever when after before unless in case as soon as until Uses - for permanent facts - for actions and situations which are generally true - for habits and routines PRESENT CONTINUOUS bebe++ ­ing ing I am (I'm) You are (you're) She/He/It is (she's/he's/it's) (not) + working here. We are (we're) They are (they're)...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Hoe to write an argumentative essay?

HOW TO WRITE AN ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY An argumentative essay is a formal, impersonal piece of writing in which the writer is either expected to give a balanced consideration of a particular topic, or to state their own opinion clearly and then support it by giving reasons. An essay should begin with an introduction in which some background information is given about the problem that is going to be discussed. The angle from which the problem is going to be looked upon in the essay is also stated. In longer essays these are in different paragraphs, in shorter ones they can be in one paragraph. The body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs, the number of which depends on the length of the essay. Each paragraph should begin with a topic sentence. The following sentences should enlarge on the theme, give examples, etc. If it is an essay discussing the advantages and disadvantages of something, the advantages should...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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