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1

umeblyuvaty

to furnish sth

2

How do you pronounce the word "clothes"?

clothes S2 W2 / kləʊðz, kləʊz $ kloʊðz, kloʊz / noun [ plural ]

3

Correct this sentence:
They speak bad about the cabbies.

They speak badly about somebody.

4

Correct the sentence:
My exam fared good.

It fared well.

5

pryblyzno

approximately

6

pidpalyty shchos

to set fire to

7

buty vidsutniy

to be absent

8

visutnist

absence

9

nadukhaty

to inspire

10

natkhnennya

inspiration

11

nadukhayuchyy
nenadykhayuchyy

inspiring
uninspiring

12

natkhnennyy
nenatkhnennyy

inspired
uninspired

13

buty zobovyazanyy

to be obliged to do sth

14

volodity

to possess

15

vlasnist

possessions

16

об'єкт

a facility

17

robota po domu

domestic chores
to do domestic chores

18

cilyy
весь

entire

19

yidalnya (v budynku)

a dining room

20

tisnyy

cramped

21

запасний
vilnyy

spare

22

osnovy chohos

the basics of sth
the basics of physics

23

serdyoho viku

middle-aged

24

yomy vid 40 do 49 rokiv
40-43
44-46
47-49

he is in his forties
he is in his early forties
he is in his mid forties
he is in his late forties

25

bad - somparative and superlative

bad / worse/ the worst

26

liryk

a lyr‧i‧cist / lɪrəsəst, lɪrɪsəst / noun [ countable ]
someone who writes the words for songs

27

a perfect example of something, because it has all the most important qualities of things that belong to that type

a ar‧che‧type / ɑkɪtaɪp $ ɑr- / noun [ countable usually singular ]

archetype of
France is the archetype of the centralized nation-state.

28

1 r________l question a question that you ask as a way of making a statement, without expecting an answer

2 using speech or writing in special ways in order to persuade people or to produce an impressive effect

rhe‧tor‧i‧cal / rɪtɒrɪk ə l $ -tɔ-, -tɑ- / adjective

2 a speech full of rhetorical phrases

29

tam napysano...

It is written there

30

intuyityvnyy

in‧tu‧i‧tive / ɪntjuətɪv, ɪntjuɪtɪv $ -tu-, -tju- / adjective