Words :!: :smiley: Lesson #1 (attractive - привлекательный v. attarct, n…
- за границей
to or in another country
Louis Armstorng often traveled abroad Living abroad can be an educationl experience
n. accept adv.acceptably n. acceptability adj. accepting
allowable or satisfactory
The idea was acceptable to everyone. The registrar accepted more applicants then he should have.
- фактически,на самом деле
. being in existence. real or factual
They were actually very good soccer players.
The actual time alloted to complete the test is two hours
. quick; without warning
There was an abrupt change in the weather. After the incident everyone left abruptly
- громко аплодировать,шумное приветствие
adj. acclaimed n. acclamation
enthusiastic approva - восторженное одобренениеl; applause
Issac Stern was won acclaim abroad Acclaimed authors often win Pulitzer Prizes
adv. adversely, n. adversity, n. adversary
displeasing, objectionable - предосудительный, or bad
Adverse weather conditions made it difficult to play the game. His indecision adverserly affected his job perfomance
v. advice, adj. advisable, n. advisability
a recommendation given by someone not associated with the problem or situation
Good advice is hard to find.
It is not advisable to stay up late the day before a test.
. always present; continual
The author`s chronic headache prevented her form finishing the capter.
He is chronically late to class
v. attarct, n. attraction, n. attractiveness. adv. attractively
calling attention to; pleasing; creating interest; pretty
. appealing - трогательный
The idea of working four, ten-hour work days was attractive to the employees.
The major attraction of the show was a speech by the president
v.disapprove; adv. disapprovingly
the fact of disagreeing; not giving approval
Their disapproval of the plan caused the experiment to be abandoned
The students disapproved of the plan of study
. by itself; with no association
Mexico became an autonomous state in 1817.
Although working closely with the government, all businesses function autonomously
causing confusion and interruption(перерыв,приостановка)
Frequent questions during lectures can be distrubtive
The storm caused a distruption in bus service
v. to change to a later time; to delay
syn. reschedule - перепланировать
The referees decided to postpone the soccer match
The postponement of the meeting upset the impatient clup members
adj. producing a desired result based on truths or facts
syn. convicing - осужденный
The students had a valid reason for missing class.
The professor questioned the validity of the test result
adj. continuous; refusing(отказ) to give up; firm in action or decision
The attorney`s persistent questioning weakend the witness
Her persistence earned her a spot on the team
- убирать,забирать назад
v. to remove, take out. or take back
The player withdraw from the competition
Gloria had to make a withdrawl from her savings to pay tuition
adj. having no order or pattern; by chance
syn. arbitraily - произвольно,своевольно; carelessly - небрежно,халатно
It was obvious that the house was built haphazardly
Susan completed the assignment in a haphazard way