5. Module - NCE
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. What would you like to do?
Beak-time when students keep a recess.
One guy got lost on his way to work the day after the experiment.
YOu can have a breather.
It could be a crash course.
An vocational course help you to do a specific job.
More than two-third of students in tertiary education are women.
There are skills shortages in many areas, so older people are being encouraged to go back to college and do refresher courses.
Előny az életben
Head start in life
To give your children a head start in life, sit them in front of the television.
On average, the two- and three-year-olds who watched TV scored 10 per cent higher in reading, maths and vocabulary.
-children derive no benefits from watching tv designed for adults.
Television opens up the world to many young children and gives them a head start.
It gives them a head start, which is sustained in improved academic achievement throughout their school lives.
- Each was then subjected to mental agility - (fürgeség, gyorsaság)
- and memory tests.
He also suggested that the link between intelligence and working late may be a hang-over from prehistoric times.
Pushy parents may be doing their children more harm than good.
Felemészti az önbecsülést
Eats away the self-esteem
Worse still, the children recognise that they are disappointing their parents and this sense of failure eats away at their self-esteem.
The warning comes as an ever-increasing range of educational material is being produced for the very young.
In the USA 'hyper parenting' is rife.
Expectant mothers are pressured into buying CDs Mozart for Mothers...
By the age of one, enrolment in a plethora of classes, from languages to arithmetic, is de rigueur.
20 per cent of Dutch primary school children were beset with worries so serious that they limited their ability to lead normal lives.
Nobody is really sure exactly why this is, but these disorders are caused by children internalising their anxiety.
For years, scientists have speculated that the talents possessed by so-called 'idiot savants' - as depicted by Dustin Hoffman.
He has tried to prove the theory by using an electronic brain zapper to release the artistic and mathematical skills of 17 volunteers.
Koponyán keresztül átmenő
Using a technique known as transcranial magnetic stimulation.
People who lie around in bed in the morning are more intelligent.
Because of suspension, Jack can't play in Sunday's match.
In their daily assemblies, pupils are encouraged to give their opinions about the organization and management of the school.
Megjavítani egy gumideffektet
Mending a puncture
Mending a puncture on a bicycle.
You are going to hear someone explaining how to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
Tilt back the patient's head.
Use gestures, props or rough diagrams.
The men are much more reluctant to ask the way than women.
The best way
This is the best way to cook beef.
Another way of doing it
There is another way of doing it.
Azt a módot, ahogy...
I hate the way he laughs.
A magam módján
I did it my way
Kérdezni az utat
Ask the way
Ask for direction
Find his way
Ismeri az utat
Know the way
Go out of his way
Lead the way
Le van zárva az út
To be/get in the way
Felreáll az útból
hordd el magad!
Get out of the way
Úgy van, ahogy akarod
Have your own way
Rossz bőrben van
a tönk szélén áll
In a bad way
The wrong way round
a feje tetejére állítva
- The wrong way up
- (upside down)
Akárhogy is, ....
By the way
I took down his e-mail address before I forgot.
nyíltan, őszintén beszél
Speak out (against)
Five students were arrested for speaking against the government.
The train slowed down as ít approached the station.
Don't all shut out at once! One at a time please!
- See off
- My dad came to see me off at the bus station.
When we tried to speak to him, he just run off.
You're missing out on a great opportunity.
Stop messing around and help me move this furniture.
le el be-zár
Can the last person to leave the building please remember to lock up?
I felt so lazy just lying around on the beach all day.
- Lie around
- Laze around
- lounge around
Could you hand out these books to the other students?
Eat away (at)
The damp has gradually eaten away the wooden floorboards.
She'll chat away happily for hours on the phone.
Don't stop just because I'm here... carry on working.
You can work out the answer by adding these figures together.
(have a) well-rounded education/experience of life
I didn't enjoy boarding school very much, but I certainly got a very well-rounded education.
I decided to skip maths.
I had pushy parents as a child. They virtually forced me to learned the violin and I had to practise for an hour every evening.
biztosítja a lehetőséget
Provide the opportunity for
Her parents provided her with the opportunity to study abroad.
jelentős szerepet játszik
Play a (full) part in
Hard work played a very big part in his success.
új lehetőségeket nyit
Open up new possibilities
The course will open up all kids of possibilities for you.
Make an observation about
Can I make a few observations?
Make allowances for
Please make allowances for Michael. Remember he's only fifteen years old.
a maga útját járja
a saját feje után megy
Have your own way
He's determined to have his own way.
Have a breather
We've been doing this for three hours now. Let's have a breather.
The usual folk wisdom is feed a cold, starve a fever.
The waiting-room was full of expectant mothers.
(do a) crash course in
I'm going to do a crash course in Spanish before my birthday.
(be a) workaholic
Being a workaholic is running her social life.
Tone down (your accent/speech)
You'd better tone down your accent, or people won't understand you.
ki korán kel aranyat lel
The early bird catches the worm
Make sure you get up early tomorrow - the early bird catches the worm!
Step by step
The instruction book explained step-by-step how to assemble the furniture.
beteszi a lábát
Set foot in (a place)
She swore she would never set foot in his house again.
Put your mind to sg
I'm sure you can finish this assignment if you just put your mind in it.
(be) on the way
I'm just ringing to let you know we're on our way. We'll be there soon.
nem éri meg a papírt amire írnák
Not worth the paper it's written on
This agreement isn't worth the paper it's written on.
Near the knuckle
Some of Frank's jokes are a bit near the knuckle.
rossz bőrben van
In a bad way
We heard hat Robert was in a very bad way after the accident.
(be a) hang-over from
Richard's attitudes are a hang-over from the 1980s.
Go out of your way to do sg
Our new neighbours have gone out of their way to welcome us.
Give sb a say (in sg)
Why doesn't the committee give the students a say in how the new canteen is run?
Get/give sb a head start
Give your children a head start by sending them to a nursery school.
megvan vmi nélkül
Do without sg/sb
I can't afford a car, so I just have to do without.
It is predicted that online learning will continue to grow over the next ten years.
What would you like to do?
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