Flashcards in January Deck (43)
ba‧con S3 / beɪkən / noun [ uncountable ]
2 bring home the bacon informal to provide enough money to support your family
1 a large farm building for storing crops (vrozhay) , or for keeping animals in
a barn / bɑn $ bɑrn / noun [ countable ]
a building where cows are kept
cow‧shed / kaʊʃed / noun [ countable ]
bon ap‧pe‧tit / bɒn æpəti $ boʊn æpeɪ- / interjection
said to someone before they start eating a meal, to tell them you hope they enjoy their food
1 [ countable ] a table or a small shop with an open front, especially outdoors, where goods are sold
2 [ countable ] an enclosed area in a building for an animal such as a horse or cow
a stall S3 / stɔl $ stɒl / noun
1 a market stall
1 a building where horses are kept
2 s_______s [ plural ] a place where horses are kept and that often gives riding lessons
a stable noun [ countable ]
salm‧on / sæmən / noun
to blow your nose
Read the following past sentences and make 'yes/no' questions or open (what, how, where, etc.) questions:
1 I read a book yesterday.
2 We went to the seaside last year.
3 I wanted to buy a chinchilla two years ago.
4 I liked watching cartoons when I was little.
5 I was very busy last weekend.
6 We were in the mountains last summer.
7 We went on many interesting trips last summer.
1 Did you read a book yesterday?
What did you read?
2 Did you go to the seaside last year?
Where did you go last year?
3 Did you want to buy a chinchilla two years ago?
What did you want to buy?
4 Did you like watching cartoons when you were little?
What did you like watching when you were little?
5 Were you very busy last weekend?
Why were you busy?
6 Were you in the mountains last summer?
Where were you last year?
7 Did you go on many interesting trips last summer?
Where did you go last summer?
a long time ago
vykhidnyy den (na roboti)
a day off
Chym zaymayeshsya syohodni?
What are you up to today?
1 rub (terty) your skin
to rub your skin with your nails because it feels uncomfortable
to scratch / skrætʃ / verb
John yawned (pozikhnuv) and scratched his leg.
Try not to scratch.
He was scratching at the bites on his arm.
a (garden) bed
bi‧og‧ra‧phy / baɪɒɡrəfi $ -ɑɡ- / noun ( plural biographies )
to find out
Cey virsh napysanyy ... (kym)
This poem is by....
zhoden z nykh
none of them
a count /kaunt/
to torture sb