Brain Storming nyelvtanulási segédletei

BRAIN STORMING több mint 20 éves nyelvoktatási és fordítói tapasztalata és gyakorlata által kiérlelt módszerek és segédletek tárháza.

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540 dolog (mondat, szerkezet, szó és kifejezés) amit tudnod kell angolul a hétköznapi életben

2012.09.29. 01:03 aforizmágus

http://www.techtiplib.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Let%E2%80%99s-Talk.gifA listát az oktatási gyakorlat és a társalgási könyvek, tankönyvek szituációinak 2 évtizede tartó elemző használata érlelte ki. A sorszámozást sajnos csak így tudtam megoldani - de mindenképpen meg akartam könnyíteni a listában való eligazodást. A lista elemeinek gyakorlati használatát és megtanulását a gyakori átolvasás, hangos felolvasás, minidialógusokban való elhelyezés segíti, vagyis törekedni kell arra, hogy a klisészerű kifejezéseket, de akár a jelzőket és elöljárókat is igyekezzünk minél széleskörűbb jelentéssel alkalmazni. Még a bonyolultabb kérdésekre is megfelelő lehet egy egyetlen szavas, minél lényegre törőbb, minél informatívabb válasz.

Remélem nagy haszonnal fogják forgatni a nyelvtanulók. Jó munkát!

  1. This is Mr. Brown … this is Miss Smith.
  2. How d’you do. – How d’you do.
  3. Pleased to meet you.
  4. My name is X.
  5. How do you do. My name is X.
  6. Good morning.
  7. Good afternoon.
  8. Good evening.
  9. Morning.
  10. Afternoon.
  11. Evening.
  12. Good night.
  13. How are you?
  14. Not too bad.
  15. Goodbye.
  16. Bye bye.
  17. Bye.
  18. See you.
  19. See you later.
  20. See you soon.
  21. See you tonight.
  22. See you tomorrow.
  23. See you at the dance.
  24. O.K.
  25. All right.
  26. That’s right.
  27. Hello. Come in.
  28. Cheers!
  29. Good health.
  30. Give my regards to …
  31. Have a good time.
  32. Thanks.
  33. Good luck.
  34. Congratulations.
  35. Never mind.
  36. I hope you get better soon.
  37. Look after yourself.
  38. Happy Christmas. And a Happy New Year.
  39. Have a nice Easter.
  40. Thanks, the same to you.
  41. Thank you, and the same to you.
  42. Happy birthday.
  43. Thank you.
  44. Shall I … for you?
  45. Thanks.
  46. No, thanks.
  47. I’m awfully sorry but …
  48. Thanks.
  49. Thanks for your help.
  50. That’s all right.
  51. Sit down, please.
  52. Please, sit down.
  53. Would you like …?
  54. Yes, please.
  55. No, thanks.
  56. Chocolate?
  57. Here you are.
  58. What are you doing next Monday?
  59. Are you doing anything next Friday afternoon?
  60. What are you doing the day after tomorrow?
  61. Would you like to …?
  62. Let’s …!
  63. Thank you very much.
  64. Where and when exactly?
  65. I’m sorry, I’m busy, I hope you understand.
  66. I like …
  67. Thank you.
  68. That was delicious.
  69. What’s the matter?
  70. Oh, what a pity!
  71. I’m sorry to hear that …
  72. Oh, I am sorry.
  73. What a pity!
  74. Don’t worry.
  75. That doesn’t matter.
  76. That’s all right.
  77. Don’t be silly.
  78. Can you …? – Yes/No.
  79. Is she …? - Yes/No.
  80. Do you …? - Yes/No.
  81. Is …?
  82. Are …?
  83. Wil …?
  84. Does…?
  85. Do…?
  86. Has…?
  87. Have…?
  88. Can…?
  89. Isn’t…?
  90. Don’t…?
  91. Was…?
  92. Would…?
  93. Did…?
  94. Had … before?
  95. Had … previously?
  96. Could…?
  97. Wasn’t…?
  98. Didn’t…?
  99. Who…?
  100. Who … to?
  101. Who … from?
  102. Whose
  103. Which…?
  104. Where…?
  105. How…?
  106. How long…?
  107. How much…?
  108. What…?
  109. What sort of
  110. What … like?
  111. Why…?
  112. When…?
  113. How many…?
  114. How often…?
  115. I’d like to know…?
  116. May I ask you …?
  117. I’d like to ask you …?
  118. Well, let me see …
  119. Well, now …
  120. Oh, let me think for a moment
  121. I’m not sure.
  122. That’s a very good question …
  123. I’d rather not answer that, if you don’t mind.
  124. I’ve no idea, I’m afraid.
  125. I can’t answer that one.
  126. I don’T know.
  127. …, right?
  128. Is this seat free?
  129. Excuse me, haven’t we met somewhere before?
  130. What does it mean?
  131. Excuse me, have got a light?
  132. Excuse me, could you tell me the time?
  133. Tell me the time!
  134. What do you think of …?
  135. I think it’s …
  136. Not too much, I’m afraid.
  137. It’s very nice.
  138. How do you like …?
  139. Very much.
  140. I think it’s very interesting.
  141. It was great.
  142. What’s … like?
  143. What is it like?
  144. What are they like?
  145. What was it like?
  146. What were they like?
  147. How did you get here?
  148. How did you get there?
  149. By bus.
  150. On foot.
  151. I walked.
  152. How did you spend your holiday?
  153. We went … (nowhere).
  154. Where are you going for Christmas?
  155. I think …
  156. Are you interested in …?
  157. Are you staying long?
  158. Have you seen the new film /of sy/?
  159. No, I’m afraid not.
  160. Do you like (…) films?
  161. I prefer …
  162. Do you play tennis?
  163. That’s a difficult question.
  164. Don’t you think it’s an interesting picture?
  165. Did you go (abroad) last summer?
  166. No.
  167. Where d’you come from?
  168. I’m from …
  169. I hear …
  170. Excuse me. Can you tell me …?
  171. Can you tell me …?
  172. Could you tell me …, please?
  173. Could you give me some information about …?
  174. Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to …?
  175. Could you tell me what time the next train to …, please?
  176. Could you help me? Where is the post office?
  177. What’s the date today?
  178. It’s (the) 1st, 2nd, 3rd, -th of
  179. That’s right.
  180. Pardon?
  1. Sorry?
  2. What?
  3. Pardon? Could you repeat that please?
  4. I’m sorry, I don’t understand.
  5. What do you mean?
  6. What’S the meaning of the word …?
  7. What’s …?
  8. It’s …
  9. What does … mean?
  10. It means …
  11. What do you call it when …?
  12. We say …
  13. What’s the word for …?
  14. Oh, you mean …
  15. How do you say that?
  16. How do you spell …?
  17. Anyway …
  18. Although …
  19. And another thing …
  20. I found out that …
  21. What do you think, X?
  22. I don’t know what you think, but
  23. Sorry to interrupt, but …
  24. By the way …
  25. I’d like to ask you …
  26. May I ask you …
  27. Sorry.
  28. I’m sorry.
  29. I’m very sorry …
  30. That’S all right.
  31. my fault.
  32. Excuse me.
  33. Sure.
  34. I’d like to say yes, but …
  35. I’d love to …
  36. Thanks very much.
  37. I agree.
  38. I don’t agree.
  39. (…) well …
  40. (…) oh …
  41. (…) personally …
  42. (…) as a matter of fact …
  43. Oh, I don’t know.
  44. I think so.
  45. No, I don’t think so.
  46. I’m afraid so.
  47. I hope so.
  48. No, I don’t think so.
  49. Yes, I’m afraid so.
  50. I doubt it.
  51. No, I’m afraid not.
  52. I hope not.
  53. Quite true.
  54. Do you like …?
  55. I like  it very much.
  56. I liked it very much.
  57. I prefer …
  58. Oh, not bad.
  59. … is the same as …
  60. It looks like …
  61. I’m very surprised that …
  62. Really? I thought that …
  63. Sorry, I …
  64. That’s all right.
  65. Sorry to trouble you.
  66. That’s all right.
  67. I’m very sorry Madam …
  68. I’m afraid …
  69. well
  70. actually
  71. you see
  72. you know
  73. I’m sorry to say this, but …
  74. Look here!
  75. I don’t understand it.
  76. That’s all very well, but …
  77. … but if …
  78. That’s true, but if …
  79. Great!
  80. I would …
  81. Difficult to say, but …
  82. What happened next then?
  83. Had you already …?
  84. Were you going to …?
  85. What were you doing while that was going on?
  86. What did you after that?
  87. Why didn’t you …?
  88. How did you feel when …?
  89. Can you remember …?
  90. Do you remember …?
  91. I remember …
  92. Before that …
  93. After that …
  94. If I’m not mistaken…
  95. Let’s …
  96. Let me …
  97. All right.
  98. What about …?
  99. What about X?
  100. How about …?
  101. That’s a very good idea.
  102. Look at the time!
  103. Good idea.
  104. I don’t mind.
  105. That would be very interesting.
  106. Why not …?
  107. Yes, why not?
  108. If I were you, …
  109. All right.
  110. Please sit down.
  111. Have a drink.
  112. I’m afraid.
  113. …, don’t you think?
  114. What about the game of …?
  115. I suggest …
  116. You should …
  117. Why not …?
  118. You’d better …
  119. You should …
  120. Would you …, please?
  121. Just a moment please.
  122. I’d like …, please.
  123. Here you are, sir. Anything else?
  124. Please (do).
  125. (Do) please.
  126. I’m sorry, but I … just now.
  127. It looks …
  128. Would you do me a favour?
  129. No, of course not.
  130. I (sit down), if you don’t mind.
  131. Tell me the way to …
  132. Could you tell me …, please?
  133. Could you tell me the time, please?
  134. I’m sorry, but I’m a stranger here myself.
  135. Lend me … I’d be very grateful.
  136. I don’t think that …
  137. I doubt that …
  138. This isn’t …
  139. How terrible!
  140. I appreciate that …
  141. I expect …
  142. I thought …
  143. The best is …
  144. I prefer that because …
  145. I want to …
  146. I don’t want to …
  147. Perhaps …
  148. Good Lord!
  149. Tke it easy …
  150. I don’t know what to do …
  151. Come on!
  152. Don’t forget to …
  153. Well done.
  154. Right. Now …
  155. Fine! …
  156. You should …
  157. You shouldn’t …
  158. Don’t …
  159. It’s a good idea to … because
  160. It’s wrong.
  161. It’s not fair.
  162. I’ll never do that again!
  163. Is it compulsory?
  164. Is it optional?
  165. Is it a must?
  166. I’d like to …
  167. Yes, alright.
  168. I’m sorry, but it’s not possible.
  169. Can I …?
  170. May I …?
  171. in the morning
  172. at noon
  173. at night
  174. at midnight
  175. on Monday
  176. at the weekend
  177. in January
  178. in spring
  179. 7 days ago = a week ago
  180. 3 days ago

 

  1. 2 days ago = the day before yesterday
  2. yesterday
  3. today
  4. tomorrow
  5. in two days = the day after tomorrow
  6. in three days
  7. in seven days = in a week
  8. What is the date today?
  9. What date is it tomorrow?
  10. Today is (the) 1st/2nd/3rd,x-th of (month)
  11. a.m.
  12. p.m.
  13. What date …?
  14. What time is it?
  15. What’s the time?
  16. How often do you …?
  17. Do you ever …?
  18. every day (etc)
  19. once, twice, three times, - times
  20. once (…) a day/week/month/year.
  21. always
  22. usually
  23. often
  24. sometimes
  25. not often
  26. rarely
  27. never
  28. at … o’clock
  29. at breakfast
  30. at night
  31. at Christmas
  32. at the weekend
  33. at that time
  34. in the morning
  35. in June
  36. in summer
  37. in 1988
  38. on Friday(s)
  39. on Tuesday morning
  40. on May 21st
  41. on the next day
  42. this week
  43. next Wednesday
  44. last year
  45. before
  46. during
  47. after
  48. till/untill
  49. by
  50. from … to/till/until
  51. for
  52. since
  53. in
  54. ago
  55. only
  56. long
  57. down
  58. up
  59. on
  60. into
  61. off
  62. out of
  63. inside
  64. to
  65. outside
  66. above
  67. in front of
  68. at
  69. by
  70. beside
  71. under
  72. below
  73. beside
  74. behind
  75. opposite
  76. on top of
  77. at the back
  78. at the front
  79. in the middle
  80. on the left
  81. on the right
  82. over
  83. through
  84. round
  85. across
  86. along
  87. past
  88. between
  89. among
  90. near
  91. next to
  92. towards
  93. away from
  94. from … to
  95. Where do you live? – In …
  96. Where’s that?
  97. Which part of Hungary is it in?
  98. It’s in the … (part) of Hungary.
  99. near a river / lake
  100. Is there a …? – Y/N.
  101. Are there any …? – Y/N.
  102. How do you get to work?
  103. I go by …
  104. I walk/drive/cycle.
  105. Excuse me where is …?
  106. walk down
  107. turn left/right/into
  108. cross over
  109. straight on/ahead
  110. on your left/right
  111. walk as far as the
  112. It’s at the beginning of (the/…) street
  113. at the end of the dtreet
  114. really?
  115. It was terrible!
  116. Come on!
  117. Can I speak to …, please?
  118. I’m XY.
  119. Ring again later.
  120. Can I leave a message?
  121. Phone back later.
  122. Can I take a message?
  123. This is X.
  124. Can I speak to …?
  125. Who’s speaking?
  126. Would you give a message, please?
  127. Would you tell X that …
  128. The message is …
  129. Sorry, wrong number.
  130. I’m sorry.
  131. Are you busy?
  132. Oh, sorry, I’ll ring back later.
  133. What size?
  134. What shape?
  135. What colour?
  136. What’s it made of?
  137. What does it look like?
  138. What’s it used for?
  139. How does it work?
  140. age
  141. size
  142. height
  143. weight
  144. build
  145. figure
  146. face
  147. hair
  148. eyes
  149. complexion
  150. clothes
  151. character
  152. background
  153. job
  154. interest
  155. He’s 40.
  156. She’s one metre sixty.
  157. He weighs … kilos.
  158. She’s slim.
  159. He’s fat/thin.
  160. She’s got long blonde hair.
  161. She’s got blue eyes.
  162. What’s it like?
  163. Where is it?
  164. What does it look like?
  165. What’s interesting about it?
  166. How old is it?
  167. What’s it used for?
  168. Have you ever …?
  169. Tell me about the time you …
  170. Lovely day, isn’t it?
  171. Yes, fine / terrible.
  172. I’d like (some/…) …
  173. Have you ever been to …?
  174. When …?
  175. How long …?
  176. Where exactly …?
  177. Who … with?
  178. What exactly did you do there?
  179. Where else have you been?
  180. How did you feel there?

 

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