Англійська – це просто!

Дорогі друзі! Вітаю вас на сайті Easy English! Сподіваюся, тут ви знайдете багато цікавого та корисного для себе або для своїх друзів. Ви зможете  легко і невимушено розмовляти англійською, тому що для цього потрібно хіба що дуже хотіти комусь щось сказати. А коли раптом  якесь дуже влучне слово виявиться саме англійським, ви зрозумієте, що думати англійською почали вже досить давно. Вам нарешті сподобається граматика, яка насправді є ключем до ребусу під назвою “англійська мова”, а ребуси – це гра. Тож запрошую вас  до себе на гостину,  бо цей сайт – дивовижний подарунок від мого сина мені на день народження, а радість, розділена з друзями, –  завжди збільшена у багато разів радість. Бажаю вам успіхів, мої маленькі і великі, давні та нові друзі! Успіхів і нових перемог!  Ваша Діана Миколаївна Остачинська. 

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Gimchi ( кимчхи)

(squirrel) 1) cabbage / sauerkraut / napa I [‘næpə ], [‘nɑːpə] / head of cabbage / kohlrabi [kəʊl’rɑː-] 2) pepper / hot pepper 3) onion / onion juice / chive [ʧaɪv] 4) garlic / 5) ginger / 6) (black) radish; (зелёная) summer radish / mooli [‘muːlɪ] 7) cucmber / pickles 8) egg-plant / aubergine [‘əʊbəʤiːn] 9) flu stuff / Night Nurce / 10) brine, pickle 11) hangover; “the morning after the night before” — have a hangover, have a bad / thick headРезультат пошуку зображень за запитом "кимчи"

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flour flower / oyster / powder / this time – first time – 3 times / kind – 2 kinds / this way – like this / aside / take a shower – wash / more salt / I’m going to … / for a while / peel – peel off – peel off the skin / cut / even – evenly / rinse / squeeze [skwiːz] / translucent [trænz’l(j)uːs(ə)nt] / stir / grind / raw / each – each-other / spread / hot, spicy, piquant sauce, strong cheese /

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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS USED THE MOON TO FEED HIS MEN

https://deepenglish.com/2018/04/christopher-columbus-used-moon-feed-men/

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Christopher Columbus was a hero to some and a villain to others. Hewas a brave explorer, but he also enslaved, murdered and stole fromnative people across the Americas. He first met the Arawak natives inthe Bahamas in 1492. They generously traded everything they owned.Columbus saw this as a weakness. He wrote in his journal, “Theybrought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many otherthings. They do not bear arms, and do not know them. They wouldmake fine servants.”

Eleven years later, Christopher Columbus was still taking advantageof the Arawak’s hospitality.

On his fourth and final voyage in 1503 Columbus found himself indire straits. Shipworms had destroyed two of his ships. He wasforced to abandon them and send the rest of his ships to an island wenow know as Jamaica.

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The Animal Song

2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCfWmlnJl-A

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwRmivbNgQk

The Pinocchio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LB095GK-DX8

Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hGtkE3mG_g

Hokey Pokey Shake

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6j7dNraM_k

CELANDERS ACCUSE NATO OF THREATENING ELVES

https://deepenglish.com/2018/03/icelanders-accuse-nato-threatening-elves/

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In Iceland, elves are a part of the national culture. Many of thecountry’s 230,000 citizens believe they actually exist.

This belief is what led a mob of 150 men and women to protest aNATO military base in Keflavik in 1982. They believed the military wasdisrespecting the elves and their jets were desecrating the holyground of the hidden people.

NATO respected the protesters’ feelings and invited them to inspecttheir base. Satisfied no elves were being harmed, the group left inpeace.

It may sound like fantasy, but in Iceland, elves are a fact of life.

According to a 2006 survey, 32 percent of Icelanders believe in thepossibility of elves. Another 26 percent believe their existence is acast iron certainty.

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The names of Money

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International Day of Happiness

https://happydays-365.com/international-day-of-happiness/international-day-of-happiness-march-20/

International Day of Happiness is celebrated on March 20 of every year. International Day of Happiness was introduced by the General Assembly of the United Nations through seminars and educational tips with the aim to educate and improve public awareness of the benefits of happiness. In the Himalayan region of Asia, Kingdom of Bhutan bought the idea. Only there the population is thought to be the happiest in the world due to the holistic approach to life. The amount of importance which placed on the well-being of people and communities with material wealth. The day will be very useful to everyone’s reminder that in general happiness does not necessarily come from buying and consuming and also from being famous but often from friends, and emotional well-being. Internationally, there are many events including websites in which people may participate happiness.

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Snowman Burning Day

https://happydays-365.com/snowman-burning-day/snowman-burning-day-march/

Snowman Burning Day is celebrated on March 20th of this year. It is an annual festival that is observed on the first day of every Spring. The chill and snowy winter season have finally come to an end and its time for us to say a warm hello to the Spring. So, you must get ready to feel the warmth, the brighter sun, colourful garden with flowers, leaves, fresh air, and the smell of soil. Pack up all your winter clothes to enjoy sitting in shorts, and It is indeed must to celebrate the change of the seasons with a special day in the calendar. Thus comes the Snowman Burning Day which is a celebration that marks the ends of winter and the beginning of spring.

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