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Идиомы и еда (часть 2)

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Опубликовано 15 ноября 2017
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Длительность видео: 4 Мин. 8 сек.
Описание
Али – преподаватель английского языка из Великобритании. В своих уроках он разбирает важные для всех изучающих темы так, что забыть что-то становится просто нереально! В этом видео Али расскажет о популярных идиомах, связанных с едой, но использующихся совсем не в отношении приёмов пищи.
Из второй части вы узнаете о таких словах и выражениях, как "apple polisher", "butter someone up", "smells/seems fishy", "have a bun in the oven" и "cheesy".

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Комментарии (14)
  • Екатерина Потапова
    Екатерина Потапова
    Very positive lessons! Nice, funny pictures!)
  • Юлия Рубницкая
    Юлия Рубницкая
    What's his name?
  • cherry.zetta
    cherry.zetta
    Aly!You re cool!
  • nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Hi, Aly, I'll be honest with You! I were not an apple polisher in school. But now I became a little more tricky))) Or a little more cheesy?))) Now I like to butter up my Big Cheese because I don't want to be in a pickle.))) And now I like to butter up my teachers because I want to take a little more knowledges from them))) So here you go, Aly, I want another lesson from You!))) Doesn't it seem real? Doesn't it seem genuine? Is it smell fishy?)))
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    annaple
    annaple
    a lot of mistakes, Natalia )
  • Ответ пользователю annaple
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Please correct my mistakes!
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    annaple
    annaple
    Ok, if you wish ) I underlined what is incorrect.

    Hi, Aly, I'll be honest with ____ ! I ____ not an apple polisher in school. But now I ____ a little more tricky))) Or a little more cheesy?))) Now I like to butter up my Big Cheese because I don't want to be in a pickle.))) And now I like to butter up my teachers because I want to take a little more ____ from them))) So here you go, Aly, I want another lesson from ____!))) Doesn't it seem real? Doesn't it seem genuine? ____ it smell fishy?)))
  • Ответ пользователю annaple
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Thank you. OK. Let's start at the end. I agree with you, annaple. Correct- Does it smell fishy? Or- Is it fishy? Yes? And about you. This word is written with a capital letter only at the beginning of a sentence. Right? Further- I was not an apple polisher in school. Right? Further- But now I have become a little more tricky. Right? And finally-.....because I want to take a little more lessons from them. That's right? But why I can't use a word knowledges in this case? Explane me please.
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Hi, Aly, I'll be honest with you ! I was not an apple polisher in school. But now I have become a little more tricky))) Or a little more cheesy?))) Now I like to butter up my Big Cheese because I don't want to be in a pickle.))) And now I like to butter up my teachers because I want to take a little more lessons from them))) So here you go, Aly, I want another lesson from you!))) Doesn't it seem real? Doesn't it seem genuine? Does it smell fishy?)))
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Нет. пожалуй, все же a little more knowledges but a few more lessons. No?
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    Wait, I think I've got it. Knowledge-uncountable noun but knowledges(a facts,a pieces of information)-countable noun. So a little more knowledge but a few more knowledges. Right?
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    So my finish option is: Hi, Aly, I'll be honest with you ! I was not an apple polisher in school. But now I have become a little more tricky))) Or a little more cheesy?))) Now I like to butter up my Big Cheese because I don't want to be in a pickle.))) And now I like to butter up my teachers because I want to take a few more knowledges from them))) So here you go, Aly, I want another lesson from you!))) Doesn't it seem real? Doesn't it seem genuine? Does it smell fishy?))) Now right, Annaple?)
  • Ответ пользователю nataliyaelizarova
    annaple
    annaple
    Knowledge does not have a plural form in English. Knowledge is uncountable.
  • Ответ пользователю annaple
    nataliyaelizarova
    nataliyaelizarova
    I got it.