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Business Talks (4) - What if I offer you some money for the company?

2016.08.11. 01:57 aforizmágus

venture-capital-money.jpgLesson FOUR - What if I offer you some money for the company?

- Let’s say I am a milionaire, and I’d like to help you somehow. How can I help you with money?

- You can give us a cheaper credit.

- And how would you use it? Will you improve your office or your service?

- With a part of the sum we would improve our office…

- For example?

- At first we would change copy-machines.

- How many do you have?

- About fifty.

- OK. Go on.

- We would buy new lap-tops.

- Does everybody work on lap-tops at your office?

- Almost everybody. Mobilitiy is a basic factor of our work. In this way everybody can work almost anywhere.

- Do you have office-cars?

- Yes, we do.

- How many?

- About twenty.

- How old are they in average?

- They are about 4 years old.

- And the building itself? The rooms and the furniture?

- The north-wing is very old – our accountants work there and our transportation administratioors, too. The east-wing of the building is newer. The headquarter is OK, but our shops or sale-points needs improving.

- In what point of view?

- There are a lot of new technologies that we have started to sell, and we need room for them. Our customers should see them.

- And how can it be solved?

- With larger room at the shops.

- Are you sure it would increase trading / sales volume?

- It usually does.


Communication practices for top managers – talking about business, work and others - 4




Lesson ONE – Visiting an Exhibition in Las Vegas and What Are Restaurants Like in Las Vegas

Lesson TWO – Business plans for the next year

Lesson THREE – Let’s talk about your car


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Business Talks (3) - Let’s talk about your car

2016.08.10. 14:17 aforizmágus

autoart-mercedes-benz-s500-swb-2004-in-silver-118-scale-.jpgLesson THREE – Let’s talk about your car

- Let’s talk about your car. What make is it?

- It’s a Mercedes Benz.

- How old is it?

- It’s five years old.

- What colour is it?

- It’s silver.

- Do you like this colour?

- Yes, but it’s not so important.

- How many horse powers does it have?

- 254 (two hundred and fifty-four).

- What is its top speed?

- It’s 250 (two hundred and fifty) kmph (kilometres per hour).

- What was the fastest speed that you have ever driven at?

- It was a Ferrari, and about 250 kmph.

- How many people can find room in your car?

- Five people.

- How often do you use it?

- Every day. I go to work and meetings in it.

- What was the longest drive that you have ever made?

- Once we (I and my family) went to Italy by car. It was about one thousand, five hundred kilometres.

- Where do you usually go by car in Hungary?

- To Budapest.

- Where haven’t you been in Hungary by car?

- I’ve been to every seat of counties.

- How big is its boot?

- It’s about 300 litres; 4 suitcases can find room in it.

- How often do you drive your family in it?

- Almost every day.

- Do you have a GPS?

- Yes, I do, but it’s not built-in. It’s in my phone.

- Have you ever got lost by car?

- Of course.

- Which was the most serious?

- I haven’t got lost very much – I always know where I am.

- Has anybody tried to steal it?

- No, I don’t know about it.

- How is it protected?

- It’s got an average alarm-system.

- Has it ever started to alarm without cause?

- Yes, of course.

- Many times?

- Not so many.

- How often do you have to have it mended?

- Usually in every 3 months, but it is not serious – only oil-change, tyre-change and the common things.

- What was the most serious problem with it?

- Once there was a cable-problem.

- How long was it at the garage then?

- Only (for) 2 hours.

- How safe is it?

- Very.

- How comfortable is it?

- The Mercedes Benz is a very comfortable car.

- What is its best feature?

- That it is very comfortable.

- How long are you going to have it?

- A year at least… or more.

- What kind of car will you buy after it?

- I don’t know yet. It will depend on my money.



GPSV practices for (top) managers – talking about business, work and others - 3


Lesson ONEVisiting an Exhibition in Las Vegas and What Are Restaurants Like in Las Vegas

Lesson TWOBusiness plans for the next year


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Business Talks (2) - Business plans for the next year

2016.08.08. 09:47 aforizmágus

business-plan.jpgLesson TWO – Business plans for the next year

- What do you think this year will be like?

- In a commercial point of view?

- Yes. Will it be better or worse than last year?

- It will be the same.


- Will you have any new products?

- Yes.

- For example?

- For example the Blue Ray Player.

- What does it do? What can it do?

- It plays films that are 3D.

- When will you start selling it?

- Selling it will start in May.

- Is it an expensive thing?

- Not particularly.

- How many do you think you will sell till the end of the year?

- Two or three hundred.

- Will you advertise it on TV?

- No, we won’t. We will advertise it on the Internet.


- How do your actions work nowadays… looking at the expense-profit rate / relationship?

- Sometimes we can’t tell if people buy more things because of actions.

- Do you deal with change-actions?

- Yes, of course. About 15%.

- And what kind of goods are they?

- People usually bring back TVs, fridges and washing machines.

- And what do you do with them?

- We sell them to Electrocord. They will prepare them for recycling.

- What about smaller things? For example hair-dryers, microwave ovens, small radios, etc.?

- We have to store or collect them, but people don’t like to bring them back; they usually put them into trashcans.


- Any other new actions or campaigns nowadays?

- We’ll have an environmental friendly or eco-friendly group of products.

- Why are they like that?

- These products are very economical and making them is environmental friendly, too.

- What products are they?

- They are washing machines, microwave-ovens, freezers, dishwashers, irons and domestic appliances.

- How much will they be cheaper?

- This is an interesting question. These products are more expensive than other products, but using them can save a lot of money for buyers.



GPSV practices for (top) managers – talking about business, work and others (in easy English – 2


Lesson ONE:

Introduction and Lesson ONE – Visiting an Exhibition in Las Vegas and What Are Restaurants Like in Las Vegas


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Business Talks (1) - Visiting an Exhibition in Las Vegas and What Are Restaurants in Las Vegas Like

2016.08.07. 22:59 aforizmágus

las_vegas.jpgA very short introduction for the series

I have been teaching English since 1993 (for more then two decades) and I have taught several managers at every kind of companies. I have trained engineers, business correspondents, contractors, secretaries, etc. I always keep the actual needs in focus, I mean if there is a business talk or a business letter to be written we always deal with the task ahead of us. It is very rare when general things come up in conversations. Now I will launch a series of some conversations about business and managers’ lives – in an easy and understandable way that can be a good and useful practice for learners of English.

Some words about GPSV – GPSV is a special an effective way of learning a language. It is not only a kind of exercise, but a special, personal approach of learning: in language learning it is learning vocabulary (V) and grammar (G) through personal (P) situations (S). This way the language learner has to learn only things he or she (personally) would use in special situatuons, in brief: the learner gives the theme and vocabulary and situations, and the teacher gives only the form of how to say things int he target languace.

The only „disadvantage” of it is that the learner himself has to be willing to learn… But this approach the learner has learn only exactly what he wants to say and use int he target language!

The lessons of this series were made on special GPSV meetings – the most important characteristic of this meeting is a friendly chat, where the teacher asks then the student answers what he or she likes, then the teacher records and explain what he or she records.


(GPSV practices for (top) managers – talking about business, work and others (in easy English) – 1

Lesson ONE

Visiting an Exhibition in Las Vegas

- What was your flight like?

- The flight was very long and boring, but it was OK.

- What was your hotel like?

- We were at Planet Hollywood Hotel. It was an average hotel.

- How long were you there?

- We were there five nights.

- How many events did you visit?

- A lot. For example we were at a theatre, we saw two plays. We visited CES exhibition twice.

- Did you go sightseeing?

- Yes. We walked a lot in the city, and we went by taxi and limos, too.

- Did you have any problems or troubles?

- Nothing special.

- What was the greatest thing?

- To leave for home.

- What did you do now that you hadn’t done before?

- I did nothing new.

- What was the exhibition like?

- The exhibition is very big; we saw a small part of it. We concentrated on TV-producers.

- Did you get any new information?

- Yes.

- For example?

- The newest invention is the 3DTV. But it can be enjoyed only through special glasses.

- When will these TVs come into Hungary?

- These TVs will come in April or May.

- How much are they?

- Very expensive.

- Will you sell them?

- Yes, definitely.

- What other things did you see? Anything interesting?

- The most useful and user-friendly technologies will be in TV-sets. TVs will have a new function. They will become media-centres.


About Restaurants in Las Vegas

- What are restaurants in Las Vegas like?

- Well, they are good but not too expensive. There are some special restaurants that service particular meals. For example, T. is a special Japanese restaurant. The chef cooks in front of the customers. It is very good and tasty but very expensive.

- How many restaurants do you know there?

- I have been there 4 times so I have visited or tried a lot.

- Do you have a favourite?

- There is one, but it is a confectionery.

- What is their speciality?

- It’s called Jean Phillippe, and it has the largest chocolate-fountain. There are 2 tons of chocolate in it.

- Did you taste / try it?

- Yes, of course?

- How did you do it? Did you order some?

- Yes, about a coffee-cup.

- Did you eat at fast food restaurants there?

- No, I didn’t. They aren’t popular in that city.

- Did you have any negative experiences in restaurants there?

- No, I didn’t. Everything was perfect.

- What was the most expensive food that you ate there?

- I don’t remember prices.



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Learn English through story Mr Bean

2016.04.30. 11:17 aforizmágus

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01 Lifetime - level 1 (Oxford English Video)

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Mr Bean - At The Launderette

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The first 20 hours - How to learn anything (Josh Kaufman)

2016.04.30. 10:28 aforizmágus

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500+ angol példamondat egyszerű jelenben (500 samples in English, in Present Simple)

2016.01.20. 09:37 aforizmágus

  1. The sun sets in the west.
  2. We produce lasers for cosmetic surgery.
  3. They move into their new home next week.
  4. So, I go to Mr. D and say “I deserve a better mark in this class”.
  5. Jones stops in mid-court and passes the ball to Schuster.
  6. I always study hard for exams.
  7. Do you usually speak to him like that?
  8. Ben goes to football practice every Tuesday.
  9. In general, I believe that all people can live in peace.
  10. you go to the supermarket every week?
  11. I don’t like the food they serve at that restaurant.
  12. Jim doesn’t work on Fridays.
  13. My friends don’t usually leave so early.
  14. I do not want to go with you!
  15. Do you surf the Internet every day?
  16. Does your boss give you positive feedback?
  17. Does Jonathan always turn off the lights?
  18. Don’t you ever clean your room?
  19. When do you want to meet me?
  20. Why does Beth always complain so much?
  21. How much does the ticket cost?
  22. Why don’t you ever go on vacation?
  23. John likes me, doesn’t he?
  24. All those girls speak French, don’t they?
  25. Keisha doesn’t speak Spanish, does she
  26. Those boys don’t play sports, do they?
  27. Mark and Sara play squash twice a week.
  28. Sheila doesn’t do the family accounts. Her husband does them.
  29. Does Gillian usually meet clients so late at night?
  30. You speak English.
  31. Do you speak English?
  32. You do not speak English.
  33. I play basketball.
  34. She does not play
  35. Does he play tennis?
  36. The train leaves every morning at 8 AM.
  37. The train does not leave at 9 AM.
  38. When does the train usually leave?
  39. She always forgets her purse.
  40. He never forgets his wallet.
  41. Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun.
  42. Does the Sun circle the Earth?
  43. Cats like cheese.
  44. Birds do not like
  45. Do pigs like milk?
  46. California is in America.
  47. California is not in the United Kingdom.
  48. Windows are made of glass.
  49. Windows are not made of wood.
  50. New York is a small city. (It is not important that this fact is untrue.)
  51. The train leaves tonight at 6 PM.
  52. The bus does not arrive at 11 AM, it arrives at 11 PM.
  53. When do we board the plane?
  54. The party starts at 8 o'clock.
  55. When does class begin tomorrow?
  56. I am here now.
  57. She is not here now.
  58. He needs help right now.
  59. He does not need help now.
  60. He has his passport in his hand.
  61. Do you have your passport with you?
  62. You only speak English.
  63. Do you only speak English?
  64. Once a week, Tom cleans the car. Active
  65. Once a week, the car is cleaned by Tom. Passive
  66. Bill jogs every day.
  67. Bill never jogs.
  68. Does Bill jog on Sundays?
  69. Jane works hard.
  70. Jane doesn't work hard at all!
  71. Jim builds houses for a living.
  72. What does Jim do for a living?
  73. They play basketball every Sunday.
  74. At what time do you usually eat dinner?
  75. London is in England.
  76. London is not in France.
  77. You can't live without water.
  78. Can you live without water?
  79. Sarah is a good girl.
  80. When does it start snowing?
  81. I speak fast.
  82. I don't speak slowly.
  83. I agree.
  84. Tom thinks it's a good idea.
  85. They have a lot of money.
  86. They don't have any money.
  87. Do they have some money?
  88. I feel so tired.
  89. You are brilliant!
  90. They don't need his help.
  91. Philip gets up at 6 o'clock every morning.
  92. I go to school every day.
  93. She sometimes goes out on Friday night.
  94. I usually sleep late on Sunday morning.
  95. Peter works for 8 hours every day.
  96. We usually start work at 8 o'clock.
  97. My children often watch TV in the afternoon.
  98. He always forgets his keys.
  99. I work in a bank.
  100. Kate speaks English very well.
  101. Tom lives in London.
  102. People make choices because they can't have everything they want.
  103. Nurses work in clinics and hospitals.
  104. Football is a very popular sport in Bulgaria.
  105. The Earth is round.
  106. My birthday is in May.
  107. California is in the Unated States.
  108. The sun rises in the east.
  109. Water freezes at 0°C (32°F).
  110. We arrive in Rome at 6 p.m.
  111. The train leaves in five minutes.
  112. The course starts next Thursday.
  113. She loves jazz music.
  114. My aunt hates travelling by train.
  115. I like ice cream. I don't like vegetables.
  116. I think she is a wonderful person.
  117. Do you believe in God?
  118. I have no money at the moment.
  119. My brother has a new car.
  120. That bicycle belongs to me.
  121. Pour all ingredients into a mixing bowl and mix until smooth.
  122. Walk down the street to the corner and then turn
  123. Do you like spaghetti? - Yes, I do. No, I don't.
  124. Does she know Bulgarian? - Yes, she does. No, she doesn't.
  125. Do they speak foreign languages?
  126. Do you want a banana?
  127. Does your sister play the piano?
  128. She doesn't often go to the cinema.
  129. I don't get up early at the weekend.
  130. They don't speak English very well.
  131. I smoke (habit); I work in London (unchanging situation); London is a large city (general truth)
  132. You walk for two hundred meters, then you turn
  133. Your exam starts at 09.00
  134. He'll give it to you when you come next Saturday.
  135. He drinks tea at breakfast.
  136. She only eats fish.
  137. They watch television regularly.
  138. We catch the bus every morning.
  139. It rains every afternoon in the hot season.
  140. They drive to Monaco every summer.
  141. Water freezes at zero degrees.
  142. The Earth revolves around the Sun.
  143. Her mother is Peruvian.
  144. Open the packet and pour the contents into hot water.
  145. You take the No.6 bus to Watney and then the No.10 to Bedford.
  146. His mother arrives tomorrow.
  147. Our holiday starts on the 26th March
  148. She'll see you before she leaves.
  149. We'll give it to her when she arrives.
  150. He wants ice cream.
  151. Does he want strawberry?
  152. He does not want vanilla.
  153. He goes to school every morning.
  154. She understands
  155. It mixes the sand and the water.
  156. He tries very hard.
  157. She enjoys playing the piano.
  158. I take the train to the office.
  159. The train to Berlin leaves every hour.
  160. John sleeps eight hours every night during the week.
  161. The President of The USA lives in The White House.
  162. A dog has four legs.
  163. We come from Switzerland.
  164. I get up early every day.
  165. Carol brushes her teeth twice a day.
  166. They travel to their country house every weekend.
  167. It rains a lot in winter.
  168. The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace.
  169. They speak English at work.
  170. You speak French.
  171. Negative: You don't speak French.
  172. He speaks German.
  173. Negative: He doesn't speak German.
  174. You don't speak Arabic.
  175. John doesn't speak Italian.
  176. We don't have time for a rest.
  177. It doesn't rain a lot here.
  178. They don't want to go to the party.
  179. She doesn't like fish.
  180. You speak English.
  181. Question: Do you speak English?
  182. He speaks French.
  183. Does he speak French?
  184. Do you need a dictionary?
  185. Does Mary need a dictionary?
  186. Do we have a meeting now?
  187. Does it rain a lot in winter?
  188. Do they want to go to the party?
  189. Does he like pizza?
  190. Do you like chocolate? Yes, I do. No, I don't.
  191. Do I need a pencil? Yes, you do. No, you don't.
  192. Do you both like chocolate? Yes, we do. No, we don't.
  193. Do they like chocolate? Yes, they do. No, they don't.
  194. Does he like chocolate? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't.
  195. Does she like chocolate? Yes, she does. No, she doesn't.
  196. Does it have four wheels? Yes, it does. No, it doesn't
  197. What do you have for breakfast?
  198. What does she have for breakfast?
  199. Where do you live?
  200. When do you study?
  201. How do you spell your name?
  202. Do dogs like to go for walks?
  203. Does she play the piano?
  204. Does the President have a lot of money?
  205. Do I play golf?
  206. Do bands play music?
  207. Does your brother speak Japanese?
  208. Do your friends celebrate their birthdays?
  209. Do I have time? A: Yes, you do
  210. Do you want a drink? A: No, I don't
  211. Does he want an ice cream? A: Yes, he does
  212. Do they like chocolate? A: Yes, they do
  213. Does she need a dictionary? A: No, she doesn't
  214. Does it rain a lot in the desert? A: No, it doesn't
  215. Do we want a test today? A: No, we don't
  216. I write a letter.
  217. He gets up early in the morning.
  218. Sun rises in east.
  219. I do not write a letter.
  220. He does not get up early in the morning.
  221. Sun does not rise in east.
  222. Do I write a letter?
  223. Does he get up early in the morning?
  224. Does sun rise in east?
  225. I sing a song.
  226. He drinks water
  227. They read lessons
  228. Birds chirp
  229. John reaches home in time.
  230. Water maintains its surface level.
  231. I do not sing a song
  232. He does not drink water
  233. They do not read lessons
  234. Birds do not chirp
  235. John does not reach home in time.
  236. Water does not maintain its surface level.
  237. Do I sing a song?
  238. Does he drink water?
  239. Do they read lessons?
  240. Do birds chirp?
  241. Does John reach home in time?
  242. Does water maintain its surface level?
  243. I walk to work every day.
  244. When does the train usually leave?
  245. Ram speaks English very well.
  246. Tom lives in India
  247. We come from Switzerland.
  248. Summer follows
  249. The moon travels around the earth.
  250. The train leaves tonight at 6 PM.
  251. The concert begins at 7.30 and ends at 9.30.
  252. The party starts at 8 o’clock.
  253. I hope/assume/suppose/promise everything will be all right.
  254. I declare this exhibition open.
  255. He drinks tea every morning.
  256. My father gets up at 6am everyday.
  257. I go to college regularly.
  258. The College celebrates its founder’s day on 7th June every year.
  259. The Sun rises in the east.
  260. Two twos give four.
  261. Honey is sweet.
  262. The match starts at 10am.
  263. When does this shop reopen?
  264. The next train arrives at 7.45am.
  265. Keats says, ‘A thing of beauty is joy for ever’.
  266. Bible says, ‘To forgive is divine’.
  267. I wake up at approximately seven o'clock in the morning.
  268. I get up, shower, and wash my hair.
  269. Mom serves me green eggs and ham.
  270. I drive my car to the university.
  271. I have two classes in the morning, Spanish and philosophy.
  272. The professors give us very little homework.
  273. I see Lupe in the library.
  274. We walk to the cafeteria and have lunch there.
  275. We talk about what we'll do tonight.
  276. We spend about an hour in the language lab.
  277. She stays at the university.
  278. It's raining, so I offer her my umbrella.
  279. I go to Scotts, where I work for three hours.
  280. I return home and do my homework.
  281. I eat supper with my whole family.
  282. I wash the dishes and take out the trash.
  283. Some friends come to my house at six fifteen.
  284. We see a movie called “Rocky XV”.
  285. Afterwards, we drink a coke and chat.
  286. They bring me home at ten thirty.
  287. I read a couple articles in a magazine.
  288. I play with my dog Snowball for a while.
  289. I brush my teeth and put on my pijamas.
  290. I go to bed at a quarter till twelve.
  291. I think about the day and then go to sleep.
  292. I’m nineteen years old.
  293. He lives in London.
  294. I’m a student.
  295. I play football every weekend.
  296. I sometimes go to the cinema.
  297. She never plays football.
  298. The adult human body contains 206 bones.
  299. Light travels at almost 300,000 kilometres per second.
  300. The school term starts next week.
  301. The train leaves at 1945 this evening.
  302. We fly to Paris next week.
  303. Do you play the piano?
  304. Where do you live?
  305. Does Jack play football?
  306. Where does he come from?
  307. Do Rita and Angela live in Manchester?
  308. Where do they work?
  309. Who lives in London?
  310. Who plays football at the weekend?
  311. Who works at Liverpool City Hospital?
  312. I like tennis, but I don’t like football. (don’t = do not)
  313. I don’t live in London now.
  314. I don’t play the piano, but I play the guitar.
  315. They don’t work at the weekend.
  316. John doesn’t live in Manchester. (doesn’t = does not)
  317. Angela doesn’t drive to work. She goes by bus.
  318. John lives in New York.
  319. We play football every day.
  320. You are really kind.
  321. The meeting starts at 3 PM.
  322. Water boils at 100 degrees Celcius. (Universal Truth)
  323. It is a big house. (Fact)
  324. The Earth goes around the Sun. (Universal Truth, Fact)
  325. Dogs are better than cats. (Generalization)
  326. Berlin is the capital city of Germany. (Fact)
  327. The Elephant doesn't fly. (Fact)
  328. London is the capital city of France. (Fact) (Remember: the sentence does not have to be true)
  329. We leave for work at 7:30 AM every morning. (Routine)
  330. My husband watches the TV in the evening. (Habit, Routine)
  331. Susan often meets with her friends after school. (Habit, Routine)
  332. They usually play football on Sunday. (Habit, Routine)
  333. Mark rarely visits his sick grandmother. (Tendency)
  334. Pinocchio usually tells lies. (Tendency)
  335. I always go to church on Sundays.
  336. I never eat anything after 10 PM.
  337. I live in Boston
  338. He works as a fireman.
  339. Margaret drives a Volkswagen.
  340. Jerry doesn't teach maths at highschool.
  341. My grandmother turns 100 this July.
  342. Winter starts on December 21.
  343. I like winter.
  344. We know this man.
  345. I'm thinking of moving to San Francisco.
  346. I'm loving your new hairdo!
  347. The meeting starts at 4 PM.
  348. The train leaves at the noon.
  349. When does the plane take off?
  350. Jerry doesn't teach maths at high school.
  351. Person A: Does she like going to the mountains?
  352. Person B: Yes, she does.
  353. Person A: Does John have a dog?
  354. Person B: No, he doesn't.
  355. Nancy and James speak good German.
  356. Nancy works in a restaurant downtown.
  357. The children play in the garden every weekend.
  358. Do you speak good German?
  359. Does Nancy work in a restaurant downtown?
  360. No, I don't speak
  361. No, she doesn't work in a restaurant downtown
  362. I like ice cream. I don't like spicy food.
  363. to talk about schedules - The library opens at eight. It doesn't open at 7.
  364. Sara eats a cheese for breakfast every day. She doesn't eat
  365. The earth circles the sun. The moon doesn't circle the sun.
  366. I visit my parents every summer holiday. But my wife visits her parents every weekend.
  367. My brother meets his girlfriend everyday.
  368. She drives to work every morning.
  369. He says he plays football on the weekends
  370. I have two sisters and two brothers. But she has one sister and two brothers.
  371. "Do you like the house?"
  372. "Does she go to school?"
  373. "Does he speak German?"
  374. "Do they play soccer?"
  375. She doesn't like ice cream.
  376. I do not speak Italian, or Spanish.
  377. I don't speak Italian.
  378. He does not listen to jazz music, or rock music.
  379. He doesn't listen to jazz music.
  380. The sun rises in the east.
  381. People need water to live.
  382. It snows in winter.
  383. The sky isn't dark.
  384. Plants die without water.
  385. Two and two make four.
  386. Where do you live?
  387. She works in a bank.
  388. They love each other.
  389. She has three children.
  390. I am a father.
  391. I don't like raining.
  392. Do you smoke?
  393. I play tennis every Tuesday.
  394. We often go to the cinema.
  395. She gets up at seven o'clock every day.
  396. At the weekend, we usually go to the market.
  397. How often do you study English?
  398. I don't travel very often.
  399. The hero dies at the end of the film.
  400. A young woman travels through Europe, where she meets different people, and finally falls in love.
  401. In this book, an army invades
  402. The main character is very pretty and works in a bookshop.
  403. If it rains, I won't come.
  404. If you heat water to 100 degrees, it boils.
  405. School begins at nine tomorrow.
  406. Our train leaves at eleven.
  407. What time does the film start?
  408. The plane doesn't arrive at seven, it arrives at seven thirty.
  409. When does the class finish?
  410. I will call you when I have (Not: 'will have') time.
  411. I won't go out until it stops raining.
  412. She'll come as soon as her babysitter arrives.
  413. I'm going to make dinner after I watch the news.
  414. I'll give you the book before you go.
  415. This soup tastes spicy.
  416. You look tired.
  417. I think she is very pretty.
  418. I am sleepy.
  419. I promise I will help you.
  420. The heart pumps blood through the body.
  421. A dentist treats people's teeth.
  422. He does not speak a word of English.
  423. Dogs bark.
  424. Some birds sleep by day and hunt by night.
  425. I never work on weekends.
  426. We brush our teeth in the morning.
  427. He smokes two packets of cigarettes a day.
  428. She goes to church on Sundays.
  429. The train for Birmingham departs at seven o'clock.
  430. The meeting begins in an hour's time.
  431. The new supermarket opens next week.
  432. The match starts in exactly ten minutes.
  433. It matters a great deal to him to win the championship.
  434. They feel a lot of loyalty to the company.
  435. Jill doubts the truth of his statement.
  436. She deeply regrets saying those nasty things about him
  437. The zoo is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  438. The first flight for London leaves at 6.30 a.m.
  439. There is a television programme at six o'clock about cooking.
  440. The weekly meeting is held in the conference room on Monday at 2.00 p.m.
  441. John passes the ball to Johnny. But Johnny misses it.
  442. She plays her role marvellously.
  443. The witch suddenly appears out of nowhere and whacks him with the broom.
  446. Mix the flour and water together, then add sugar.
  447. Go straight on and when you come to the first traffic lights, turn left.
  448. I declare this pet show open.
  449. I promise you, I won't do anything stupid.
  450. I assure you everything will be all right.
  451. He picks his nose all the time.
  452. Tom often goes to the library in the evening.
  453. My father never works at weekends.
  454. The flight to Timbuktu goes twice a week.
  455. He hasn't got a separate office: he WORKS at home
  456. She can type very fast
  457. Peter can type very fast
  458. Do you speak English?
  459. You don't speak English very well
  460. Does he speak English?
  461. He doesn't speak English very well
  462. The Earth revolves around the Sun
  463. Morgan washes his feet on Tuesdays
  464. Our postman rings five times
  465. Lightning never strikes in the same place twice
  466. My grandmother listens to the four o'clock news; - My grandmother is listening to the four o'clock news
  467. Sheila often goes to bed late
  468. Do you sometimes dream about fairies?
  469. I don't always take the metro
  470. Amanda rarely wears jeans
  471. Does this soup smell all right?
  472. I don't understand what you're getting at
  473. Herbert's got [= has got] your rucksack
  474. Do you think it's going to rain?
  475. He's not thinking of getting married yet
  476. I promise to be on time
  477. We offer you the highest salary
  478. There goes the boss
  479. There he goes
  480. Here comes my bus
  481. Here it comes
  482. Morrison takes possession, dribbles down the right wing, passes to Wilson, he heads it to Nelson, he shoots... but it's wide!
  483. He takes the chalice, bends down on one knee, and offers it up to the Queen. She accepts it from him and takes a sip of the wine. She reels, sinks to her knees and then falls, clutching the arm of her throne.
  484. See, it's dead easy to work. I switch it on, put in the disc like this, then I press the PLAY button and it starts.
  485. Your plane leaves at 6.30, Monsieur Dupont
  486. If that chap comes here again, I'll break your neck
  487. Shirley won't find a job unless she gives up drinking
  488. I haven't yet asked her if she will marry me or not ( =...whether she...)
  489. I'll do the washing-up while you peel these potatoes
  490. When he stands up to speak, we're all going to walk out
  491. I have no idea when I'm going to get home
  492. Nobody knows when people will stop killing each other
  493. I hope she doesn't notice anything
  494. I hope she likes my new car (használható a ...won't notice..., ...she will like... szerkezet is)
  496. So there's this bloke in the pub, comes up to me, puts down his glass and grabs my arm...
  497. I hear Norman's got a new girlfriend again
  498. I gather Norman's got a new girlfriend again
  499. I see there's going to be a referendum in Denmark
  500. Debbie demands that Gordon goes with her
  501. Debbie suggests that Gordon goes with her
  502. Debbie demands that Gordon should go with her
  503. Debbie suggests that Gordon should go with her




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