szybka nauka angielskiego

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CZEŚĆ po angielsku, czyli 15 wyrażeń zastępujących HELLO!

  Hi there Greetings Hey, what’s up? Howdy Morning/Afternoon/Evening Hey! How are you? Long time, no see Nice to see you Good to see you Great to see you How’s it going? Nice to meet you Look who it is! Hey! There she/he is Intensywny kurs angielskiego dla dorosłych? – Sprawdź! Letnie obozy językowe dla […]

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Lip
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Wakacyjne podróże – 25 przydatnych wyrażeń

  all-in package/package holiday – a holiday where you purchase the travel and accommodation together breathtaking view – an extremely beautiful view charter-flight – a cheaper form of flying than a scheduled flight check-in desk – the place at the airport where you register for your flight and deposit your luggage departure lounge – where you wait for your flight […]

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Maj
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Lista 100 najczęściej używanych rzeczowników niepoliczalnych

advice air alcohol art beef blood butter cheese chewing gum chocolate coffee confusion cotton education electricity entertainment experience fiction flour food forgiveness fresh air furniture gold grass ground happiness history homework honey hope ice information jam juice knowledge lamb lightning literature love luck luggage meat milk mist money music news noise oil oxygen paper patience […]

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Mar
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10 angielskich zdań, które usłyszysz na lotnisku

  What is the purpose of your trip? Jaki jest cel Pańskiej podróży? Did you pack this bag yourself? Czy spakował Pan bagaż osobiście? Please do not leave any bags unattended. Prosimy, aby nie pozostawiać bagażu bez opieki. Do you have anything to declare? Czy ma Pan cokolwiek do zadeklarowania? Flight BA333 to Warsaw is […]

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Sty
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Happiness, czyli 5 cytatów opisujących szczęście

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ― Dalai Lama XIV “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” ― Dr. Seuss “For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are […]

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Lis
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Tak samo, a jednak inaczej – sprawdź 8 angielskich czasowników

Niektóre czasowniki w języku angielskim teoretycznie oznaczają to samo, a jednak w praktyce mają różne znaczenie i różne jest ich użycie. Oto kilka przykładów: CLOSE / SHUT można używać zamiennie jeżeli mówimy o zamykaniu drzwi oraz okien Please close the door. Please shut the door. I shut the window because the bugs were getting in. I closed the window because the bugs were getting in. […]

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Paź
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10 PROVERBS, czyli 10 przysłów po angielsku

TIME IS MONEY  =  CZAS TO PIENIĄDZ „Hurry up! Time is money!” PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT  = PRAKTYKA CZYNI MISTRZA “Don’t give up on learning the violin. Practice makes perfect.” THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM  =  KTO WCZEŚNIE WSTAJE, TEMU PAN BÓG DAJE “I got to the ticket office before anyone else. I got front […]

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Lip
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Tęsknię za Tobą – jak powiedzieć po angielsku na 15 sposobów ?

I can’t wait to see you again. I wish you were here. I’ve been thinking of you. I hope I see you again. I’m counting the days until I see you again. I can’t stop thinking about you. All I do is think about you. You have been running through my head all night. I […]

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Maj
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Komunikacja słowna – przydatne idiomy

  to drop someone a line – skontaktować się z kimś telefonicznie lub mailowo I’m looking for a new  job. Please drop me a line if you hear of any good opportunities. to get ahold of someone = get hold of someone – skontaktować się z kimś, na ogół telefonicznie I need to get a hold of Alicia to tell her […]

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THEN or THAN?

  THAN is used in comparatives: I’m younger than my sister. A motorbike is faster than a bicycle. I’d rather walk than drive there. THEN is used in several ways, for exapmle: – to describe the next event in a sequence – to mean “at that time” – to mean “in that case” First we went to the post offiece, and then we went to the park. (then = […]

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