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A1 m03.txt
2014-01-23 20:35:18
A1 M3

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  1. „friendly” All the students in my class are very friendly.
    - przyjazny
  2. „kind” It's very kind of you to help me.
    - uprzejmy
  3. „quiet” The streets are always very quiet on Sunday evenings.
    - cichy
  4. „serious” My brother is always very serious.
    - poważny
  5. „stupid” Sometimes Sally talks to me like I'm stupid!
    - głupi
  6. „talkative” My mum's a very talkative person.
    - rozgadany
  7. „unfriendly” Some of the students in my class are very unfriendly.
    - nieprzyjazny
  8. „unkind” She says some very unkind things sometimes.
    - niemiły
  9. „often” I often go through the park on my way home from school.
    - często
  10. „usually” I usually get up at about 8.
    - zazwyczaj
  11. „around” A lot of famous people live around here.
    - w pobliżu
  12. „phone” I'm at work now – phone me later.
    - telefon
  13. „text” Text me when you get there.
    - napisać sms
  14. „quite” It is quite cold at night.
    - całkiem
  15. „really” She's been really ill.
    - naprawdę
  16. „very” Joe looks very happy.
    - bardzo
  17. „joke” Stop making jokes about my hair!
    - żart
  18. „laugh” We couldn't stop laughing.
    - śmiać się
  19. „test” I passed my history test.
    - test
  20. „brother” This is my brother Dave.
    - brat
  21. „children” How many children have you got?
    - dzieci
  22. „daughter” They have two daughters.
    - córka
  23. „husband” This is my husband Roy.
    - mąż
  24. „parents” I live with my parents.
    - rodzice
  25. „sister” I share a bedroom with my sister.
    - siostra
  26. „son” I have two sons and a daughter.
    - syn
  27. „bed” It's time to go to bed.
    - ózko
  28. „best” This is the best Chinese restaurant in town.
    - najlepszy
  29. „big” Tess lives in a big house in the country.
    - duży
  30. „bored” She gets bored very easily.
    - znudzony
  31. „choir” Sue sings in the school choir.
    - chór
  32. „latest” These shoes are the latest fashion.
    - najnowszy
  33. „none” None of the other children could speak Italian.
    - żaden
  34. „nose” She had a spot on her nose.
    - nos
  35. „plan” Their plan is to travel around Europe by train.
    - plan
  36. „prompt” Follow the prompts that the computer gives you.
    - wskazówka
  37. „singing” Dad is always singing in the shower!
    - śpiewać
  38. „sleep” Did you sleep well last night?
    - spać
  39. „Ukraine” The Ukraine play the Netherlands at football tonight.
    - Ukraina
  40. „unusual” He has an unusual name.
    - niezwykły
  41. „voice” I could hear voices outside.
    - głos
  42. „family tree” Harry's researching his family tree.
    - drzewo rodzinne
  43. „apartment” Let's meet at your apartment.
    - mieszkanie
  44. „energetic” Puppies and kittens are very energetic.
    - pełen energii
  45. „lively” The office where I work is a very lively place.
    - pełen życia
  46. „Moscow” Moscow is the capital of Russia.
    - Moskwa
  47. „single” Do you have any single friends?
    - stanu wolnego
  48. „clubbing” When we were in Ibiza, we went out clubbing every night.
    - clubbing
  49. „December” My favourite month of the year is December.
    - grudzień
  50. „June” We're going on holiday in June.
    - czerwiec
  51. „month” Helena is having a baby in 6 months.
    - miesiąc
  52. „once” I go shopping once a week.
    - raz
  53. „twice” I go swimming twice a week.
    - dwa razy
  54. „week” I started my new job three weeks ago.
    - tydzień
  55. „year” Only the Queen has two birthdays a year.
    - rok
  56. „false” Decide if these statements are true or false.
    - fałszywy
  57. „true” Decide if these statements are true or false.
    - prawdziwy
  58. „awful” What awful food!
    - okropny
  59. „difficult” Skiing isn't difficult, but it takes practice.
    - trudny
  60. „interest” Classic cars are my main interest.
    - zainteresowanie
  61. „interesting” A good teacher can make any subject interesting.
    - interesujący
  62. „wonderful” It's wonderful to see you again!
    - wspaniały
  63. „free” Are you free on Tuesday night?
    - wolny
  64. „suggest” Doctors suggest eating five pieces of fruit and vegetables every day.
    - sugerować
  65. „celebrate” How do you usually celebrate your birthday?
    - świętować
  66. „occasion” I've seen her on several occasions.
    - okazja
  67. „dance” I can't dance – I've got a broken toe!
    - tańczyć
  68. „invite” Are you going to invite your ex-boyfriend to your birthday party?
    - zapraszać
  69. „special” Eighteen is a very special age for a young person in the UK.
    - specjalny
  70. „wear” I decided to wear my blue dress.
    - nosić
  71. „architect” Her dad is an architect.
    - architekt
  72. „bride” The bride always throws her flowers at the end of the wedding.
    - panna młoda
  73. „bridegroom” The bridegroom is wearing a grey suit and a flower in his lapel.
    - pan młody
  74. „Crete” They have a holiday home in Greece, on the island of Crete.
    - Kreta
  75. „gorgeous” Carlo is gorgeous – has he got a girlfriend?
    - zachwycający
  76. „historian” AJP Taylor was a famous British historian.
    - historyk
  77. „island” Britain is an island.
    - wyspa
  78. „join” I want to join a running club.
    - dołączyć
  79. „local” You can now get these fruits in your local supermarket.
    - lokalny
  80. „Mediterranean” My parents are on a cruise of the Mediterranean.
    - Morze Śródziemne
  81. „never” I never remember to do my homework!
    - nigdy
  82. „preparation” He sometimes spends hours on the preparation of one meal.
    - przygotowanie
  83. „reception” We were not invited to the wedding reception.
    - przyjęcie
  84. „sea” I can see the sea from my hotel window.
    - morze
  85. „wedding” Last weekend I went to a wedding in Yorkshire.
    - ślub
  86. „gift” Thank you – what a lovely gift!
    - podarunek
  87. „include” The film festival includes several Chinese movies.
    - obejmować/zawierać
  88. „meat” I don't eat very much meat.
    - mięso
  89. „serve” Could you serve the vegetables?
    - podawać
  90. „sheep” In Wales and New Zealand there are more sheep than people.
    - owca
  91. „whole” Billy eats a whole loaf of bread every day!
    - cały
  92. „custom” It's custom in my country to say please and thank you for everything.
    - zwyczaj
  93. „happen” Did anything interesting happen at school today?
    - zdarzyć się
  94. „nationality” 'What nationality is Pedro?' 'He's Mexican.'
    - narodowość
  95. „exchange” I exchanged my red shoes for Sue's leather belt.
    - wymiana
  96. „graduation” It's my little brother's graduation today.
    - ukończenie szkoły
  97. „housewarming” There's a very noisy housewarming party next door and we weren't invited!
    - parapetówka
  98. „adverb” The adverb of 'good' is 'well'.
    - przysłówek
  99. „cat” My girlfriend loves cats – they're her favourite animals.
    - kot
  100. „aunt” I'm going to stay with my aunt.
    - ciocia
  101. „cousin” Jane and I are cousins.
    - kuzyn
  102. „father” My father is German.
    - tata
  103. „grandfather” My grandfather is eighty-four today.
    - dziadzio
  104. „grandmother” This is a photograph of my grandmother.
    - babcia
  105. „mother” My mother is Dominican.
    - mama
  106. „nervous” Julie looked nervous before the test.
    - zdenerwowany
  107. „night” I go to bed at 11 o'clock every night.
    - noc
  108. „uncle” Uncle Mike always visits us at Christmas.
    • - wujek
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