Презентация "Распространенные английские пословицы и поговорки"


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Zesty language Подготовила Киреева Н.В.
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Idioms • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • IDIOMS X marks the spot обозначение точного места They looked at the map and saw that X marked the spot where the plane had crashed. yakety-yak праздная болтовня Alan sat behind two young girls on the bus and he got tired of their silly yakety-yak. year after year год за годом, много лет Felicity and David went out year after year until they fi nally got married. year in, year out из года в год, много лет подряд Year in and year out the city had to spend a lot of money to fi x the old bridge. year round круглый год This is a year-round resort; there is fi shing and boating in summer and skiing and skating in winter
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Idioms • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • yellow journalism жёлтая пресса Yellow journalism is hardly ever really and truly informative. yellow streak трусость (как черта характера) Jack has a yellow streak in his character; he is afraid of his enemies and never defends his friends. yellow-bellied чрезвычайно робкий или трусливый Derek Prichard is a yellow-bellied guy; it’s no use giving him tough assignments. yes-man подхалим, подпевала, лизоблюд Victor tries to get ahead on his job by being a yes-man. yield the right-of-way уступить дорогу (транспорту
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Idioms • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • They were made to yield the right-of-way to the ambulance at the intersection. yoke around someone’s neck ярмо на чьейлибо шее, обуза I don’t want to live on my parents and be a yoke around their necks. zero hour решительный час, час принятия решения, начало действия On the day of the examination, as the zero hour was approaching, I grew more and more restless. zero hour час начала атаки Zero hour for the bombers to take off was the early hours of the morning. zero in on сосредоточиться We decided to zero in on grammar fi rst. zero in on прицелиться, нацелить Big guns were zeroed in on the enemy fort. zero-sum game это игра или ситуация, в которой один игрок может выиграть только за счет другого игрока или выиграть то, что проиграет другой игрок
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Idioms • • • • • • • • • • • It was a zero-sum game between the salesperson and the customer, and we couldn’t tell who would win and who would lose. zonk out быстро заснуть, “вырубиться” I couldn’t get a coherent word out of Stan as he had zonked out. zoom in (on someone or something) электронное увеличение изображения во время фотографирования The photographer zoomed in on the butterfl y which was sitting on a fl ower
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Proverbs and saying • You are never too old to learn. – Учиться никогда не поздно. • You are what you eat. – Ты – это то, что ты ешь. • You can have too much of a good thing. – Кашу маслом не испортишь. • You can take a horse to the water but you cannot make him drink. – Силою не все • возьмешь. • You cannot eat your cake and have it. – Один пирог два раза не съешь. • You cannot fl ay the same ox twice. – С одного вола двух шкур не дерут. • You cannot get blood out of a stone. – Из стекла бриллиант не сделаешь.
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Proverbs and saying • You cannot judge a tree by its bark; you cannot tell a book by its cover. Наружность обманчива; по одёжке встречают, по уму провожают. • You cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs. – Нельзя приготовить яичницу,не разбив яйца. • You cannot teach old dogs new tricks. – Молод – перебесится, а стар – не переменится. • You cannot touch pitch and not be defi led. – С кем поведешься, от того и наберёшься. • You cannot wash charcoal white. – Горбатого могила исправит. • You made your bed, now lie in it. – Сам заварил кашу, сам и расхлебывай. • You may go farther and fare worse. – От добра добра не ищут
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Proverbs and saying • You must spoil before you spin. – Первый блин всегда комом. • You never know what you can do until you try. – Не попробуешь – не узнаешь. • You never miss the water till the well runs dry. – Что имеем не храним, потерявши плачем • You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours. – Ты поможешь мне, я помогу тебе. • Youth is wasted on the young. – Если б молодость знала, если б старость могла. • Zeal without knowledge is a runaway horse. – Рвенье без ученья – не польза, а беда
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Abbreviations • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • X – a kiss Xmas – Christmas YA – Yet Another YABA – Yet Another Bloody Acronym YAFIYGI – Yet Asked For It, You Got It YAUN – Yet Another UNIX Nerd YDKM – You Don’t Know Me YF – Your Friend YGTI – You Get The Idea? YH – Yeah YHBT – You Have Been Trolled YHL – You Have Lost YIU – Yes, I Understand YM – Your Mom YMMV – Your Mileage May Vary YOYOW – You Own Your Own Words YR – Yeah, Right YT –You There? YTTT – You Telling The Truth? YW – You’re Welcome ZZZZ – Sleeping/Bored
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Tongue twisters • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Xavier Xenon x-rayed extra xylophones. X-Mas wrecks perplex and vex. X-ray checks clear chests. Ex-disk jockey. The ex-egg examiner. Yanking yellow yo-yos. Yellow leather, yellow feather, yellow lemon. Local yokel jokes. Yolande Yonda yearned for yellow yolks yesterday. Zac Zeenan zipped and zoomed through the zany zoo. This is a zither. Is this a zither? Zizzi’s zippy zipper zips. Zithers slither slowly south
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Similes • SIMILES • as yielding as wax – мягкий как воск (мягкий, • податливый, покорный) • as yellow as a crow’s foot (as a guinea, as gold, • as saffron, as sulphur) – жёлтый, как лимон • as young as dawn (as morning) – очень молод
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American slang • Yadda yadda yadda: a phrase that means “and so forth” or “on and on;” it usually refers • to something that is a minor detail or boring and repetitive • Yap: to talk aimlessly; or, the mouth • Yawner: something that is boring or completely uninteresting • Yellow: a person who is scared easily; a cowardly individual • Yukky: bad, disgusting • Zapped: exhausted • Zillionaire: a very, very rich person • Zip: nothing • Zone out: to lose all concentration; to slip out of normal consciousness, and have nothing • on your mind
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Australian slang • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • XXXX: pronounced Four X, brand of beer made in Queensland Yabber: talk (a lot) Yabby: inland freshwater crayfi sh found in Australia Yack: get together for a talk Yakka: work (noun) Yarn: a story, usually long, intriguing and entertaining Yewy: u-turn in traffi c Yobbo: a strange person Yonks: a real long period of time Your Shout: it’s your turn to buy [usually] a beer Yowie: a mythical beast told about in Australian folklore Zack: sixpence (5 cents) Ziff: a man’s beard Zonk: a foolish person Zonked: exhausted or d
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Scottish slang Ya bam pot: silly Yokit: started work Yonks: years, ages, a long time Zarrafakt: a term used when someone tells you something, meaning, “Oh, is that so?” • Zoomer: a person of an eccentric or volatile disposition • • • •
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Irish slang Yoke: a thing Youngfella: generic term for a youth (male) Youngwan: generic term for a youth (female) Your head’s a marley: Belfast phrase for “You don’t know what you’re talking about” • (marley= marble) • Yoyo: euro • Z: when you need to get some sleep you need to get some zeds • • • •
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The end • Thank you

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