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. 7: Be/get used to something

, 05 2011 . 19:50 +
- , , "To Be Accustomed To" ( ).


- get used to... help - http://www.efl.ru/forum/threads/23798/
- be/get used to - http://www.efl.ru/forum/threads/5875/
- Focus on the Verb - 'Use' - http://esl.about.com/od/grammarstructures/a/g_usedto.htm


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. 6: British English vs American English

, 24 2011 . 20:05 +
1. , Perfect Tense, , . American English past simple , British English present perfect. .

2. American English : You have? / She isn't? English Grammar in Use, - . , .



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, 08 2011 . 01:49 +
, Perfect Tense, , , . , Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple Future Simple, . , , , . - " , ". , must know 153 . 80, .

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. 4: , SMS Twitter

, 07 2011 . 16:43 +
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cba - can't be arsed - (.)
ftw - for the win -
idd - indeed - ;
k; kk - okey - ;
np - no problem - ; ;
nvm - never mind - ;
omg - oh my God! - o, !
soz - sorry -
tbh - to be honest -
ty - thank you -

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. 3: Bless you

, 22 2011 . 23:55 +
, , UK "Bless you" - . )

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, 18 2011 . 04:14 +
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1. . 3 - . " " - " Where it is?" .

2. White Russian Black Russian.

3. "- ". , . :

In the US, you can catch a cold.
In Soviet Russia, cold catches you!
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In California, you can always find a party.
In Soviet Russia, the Party can always find you!
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4. , BBC Learning English - Keep your English up to date.

5. , "English Grammar in Use"! , , 140 .. CD.


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. 1: sammich?

, 17 2011 . 06:35 +
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1. Present perfect , Past simple.

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6. sammich, ABBYY Lingvo x3, . " " "It's just a silly word for sandwich", " American English, " . "". BLT - bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich.


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