By Christopher Howgego
Книга historic heritage from cash historic background from coinsКниги Нумизматика, каталоги Автор: Christopher Howgego Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Страниц: 213 Размер: 15,1 mb Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Монеты - богатый источник информации для изучения древней истории. Автор показывает на многочисленных примерах, как характер, образцы и поведение чеканки опираются на главные исторические темы.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 These ﬂowers smell very nice I understand you She’s asking a question These shoes belong to Suzie You understand me Am I reading the paper? Is Gerry reading the paper? ] [–] [+] __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ [+] __________________________ Language point 22 – get In Dialogue 5, Helen says Could you tell me how to get there? – she means arrive or reach. And in Dialogue 2 Nina says I’ve got it – she means that she has understood. The passer-by in Dialogue 4 tells Sasha to get the 22 bus from the corner here – she means take – and Sasha says she doesn’t want to get lost again – she means become lost.
Second left First left First right Second right Straight ahead Idioms – no wonder means ‘I’m not surprised that . ’ – I’m bound to . . means ‘I’m certain to . ’ or ‘It’s certain that I’ll . ’ – We use There you are when we give someone something, or when we ﬁnish doing something for them. – otherwise means ‘if not’: Hurry up, otherwise we’ll miss the bus. ’ 39 Language point 20 – phrasal verbs A PHRASAL VERB is a VERB + ADVERB which together have a special meaning. For example, carry on in Dialogue 4 means continue – it has nothing to do with carry.
13 Who are they in the other – That’s the Chinese students. room? or – Those are the Chinese students. Who are they at the bar? – That’s the rugby club. ’ Notice that you have to be careful with the answers – you can use Those are with plurals, but not with single individuals, for example Mick and Sandra (even though together they are plural), nor with singular NOUNS denoting groups, for example the rugby club (even though it contains many individuals). Language point 8 – ‘Let’s . ’ When Rosemary says Let’s go .