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Πέμπτη, 31 Ιανουαρίου 2013

FOOD LISTENING EXERCISE

LISTEN TO PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT FOOD  .VARIOUS ACCENTS AND SOME MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 
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LEARN GRAMMAR

AMAZING DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH WORDS

List of English words from A to Z that are not used in the United States

The List of English words from A to Z book is a reference book that has been written for students and the general reader. It will help you with any basic questions about spelling, punctuation, grammar and word usage that you are likely to ask. This page list all words and saying from A to Z and shows clear explanations with sentences where they are needed.

This is book should be used to help reference words or sayings. It is not to be used as a dictionary although, it is like a dictionary, as all the words are arranged alphabetically.

Words beginning with A

abseil
to descend on a rope (US: rappel). Take from German language abseilen.
accountancy
calculating and tracking financial matters (US: accounting). In the UK accounting is explaining oneself or one's actions ("to give an account" or "accountability" in the U.S.A.), accountancy is the profession.
Action Man
A toy similar to G.I. Joe.
adder
viper, a species of venomous snake
advert
advertisement (US and UK also: ad, commercial (on TV)).
agony aunt
the author of an agony column – a magazine or newspaper column advising on readers' personal problems. The image presented was originally that of an older woman providing comforting advice and maternal wisdom, hence the name "aunt". Better known to most Americans as a "Dear Abby" column or advice column. Similarly, agony uncle.
air marshal
an Air Force officer of high rank (US: general)
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CLOTHES VOCABULARY

List of clothing for men ladies and babies

Below is a list of clothing try and remember what each word is without looking at the video again, there are a few not shown in the video. There are a few items of clothing that are not included in the video.

 Men's clothes

  1. Suit / suits: Suits can be worn by men a women suit are different to a mans suit. 
  2. Waistcoat / waistcoats: Are worn with a suit although women tend not to wear them.
  3. Long-sleeved shirt / long-sleeved: Shirts Shirts are worn with suits, but also can be worn with trousers or jeans.
  4. Short-sleeved shirt / short-sleeved shirts:  
  5. Tie / ties: Ties are worn with shirts and also when wearing a suit.

Women's clothes 

  1. dress / dresses: A garment for women and girls, that consists of bodice and skirt in one piece.
  2. Blouse / blouses: Worn with a women's suit or with a skirt.
  3. Skirt / skirts: Skirts are only from the waist down and can vary in length.
  4. Tank-top / tank-tops: A item of clothing that as no arms and has shoulder straps
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Τρίτη, 29 Ιανουαρίου 2013

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Murphy's Law

I spilled the beans --- William Bertrand Formation Langues

Murphy's Law ("If anything can go wrong, it will") was born at Edwards Air Force Base in 1949.
It was named after Capt. Edward A. Murphy, an engineer working on an Air Force Project designed to see how much sudden deceleration a person can stand in a crash.
One day, after finding that something was wired wrong, he cursed the technician responsible and said, "If there is any way to do it wrong, he'll find it." The contractor's project manager kept a list of "laws" and added this one, which he called Murphy's Law. Actually, what he did was take an old law that had been around for years in a more basic form and give it a name.
Murphy's Law was born.

Δευτέρα, 28 Ιανουαρίου 2013

GAME :Prepositions of time

PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

Prepositions of Place: at, in, on

In general, we use:
  • at for a POINT
  • in for an ENCLOSED SPACE
  • on for a SURFACE
atinon
POINTENCLOSED SPACESURFACE
at the cornerin the gardenon the wall
at the bus stopin Londonon the ceiling
at the doorin Franceon the door
at the top of the pagein a boxon the cover
at the end of the roadin my pocketon the floor
at the entrancein my walleton the carpet
at the crossroadsin a buildingon the menu
at the front desk in a caron a page
Look at these examples:
  • Jane is waiting for you at the bus stop.
  • The shop is at the end of the street.
  • My plane stopped at Dubai and Hanoi and arrived in Bangkok two hours late.
  • When will you arrive at the office?
  • Do you work in an office?
  • I have a meeting in New York.
  • Do you live in Japan?
  • Jupiter is in the Solar System.
  • The author's name is on the cover of the book.
  • There are no prices on this menu.
  • You are standing on my foot.
  • There was a "no smoking" sign on the wall.
  • I live on the 7th floor at 21 Oxford Street in London.
Notice the use of the prepositions of place at, in and on in these standard expressions:
atinon
at homein a caron a bus
at workin a taxion a train
at schoolin a helicopteron a plane
at universityin a boaton a ship
at collegein a lift (elevator)on a bicycle, on a motorbike
at the topin the newspaperon a horse, on an elephant
at the bottomin the skyon the radio, on television
at the sidein a rowon the left, on the right
at receptionin Oxford Streeton the way

PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

Prepositions of Time: at, in, on

We use:
  • at for a PRECISE TIME
  • in for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS
  • on for DAYS and DATES
atinon
PRECISE TIMEMONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODSDAYS and DATES
at 3 o'clockin Mayon Sunday
at 10.30amin summeron Tuesdays
at noonin the summeron 6 March
at dinnertimein 1990on 25 Dec. 2010
at bedtimein the 1990son Christmas Day
at sunrisein the next centuryon Independence Day
at sunsetin the Ice Ageon my birthday
at the momentin the past/futureon New Year's Eve
Look at these examples:
  • I have a meeting at 9am.
  • The shop closes at midnight.
  • Jane went home at lunchtime.
  • In England, it often snows in December.
  • Do you think we will go to Jupiter in the future?
  • There should be a lot of progress in the next century.
  • Do you work on Mondays?
  • Her birthday is on 20 November.
  • Where will you be on New Year's Day?
Notice the use of the preposition of time at in the following standard expressions:
ExpressionExample
at nightThe stars shine at night.
at the weekend*I don't usually work at the weekend.
at Christmas*/EasterI stay with my family at Christmas.
at the same timeWe finished the test at the same time.
at presentHe's not home at present. Try later.
Notice the use of the prepositions of time in and on in these common expressions:
inon
in the morningon Tuesday morning
in the morningson Saturday mornings
in the afternoon(s)on Sunday afternoons
in the evening(s)on Monday evening
When we say last, next, every, this we do not also use at, in, on.
  • I went to London last June. (not in last June)
  • He's coming back next Tuesday. (not on next Tuesday)
  • I go home every Easter. (not at every Easter)
  • We'll call you this evening. (not in this evening)

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VOCABULARY: VERBS

VOCABULARY : HOUSE












10 Idioms about Home:
Just like a house or a home, idioms and expressions are integral parts of daily life. Due to their non-literal nature, many people wonder what are idioms and what do they mean? These quick expressions explain common scenarios in an abstract manner. Everyday events are frequently centered on houses. After a vacation, everyone wants to return home to resume their routine. The normalcy of life at home has made houses a common theme in many idioms. Here are 10 examples of idioms that are based on home and farm life.

1.) Go home to get beauty sleep
Here’s an example:
"Jamie needs to get up early. We’d better let her go home to get her beauty sleep."

2.) Run home to mama
When someone runs home to mama, it means they are giving up something important like marriage to return to a comfortable place. Here’s an example:
"Whenever Paul gets hurt, he runs home to mama."

3.) Close to home
When something is uncomfortably near or real, it’s close to home. Here’s an example:
"John’s remarks about distracted drivers hit Mary close to home because her mother died in a car accident."

4.) Coming home to roost
Mistakes from the past often come back to haunt people. Here’s an example:
"Jerry tore his pants climbing over a fence. He knew the chickens would come home to roost when his mom noticed the tear."

5.) Until the cows come home
A herd of cows does what it wants on its own schedule. There’s no predicting their actions. They will return from the pasture in an indefinite period of time. Here’s an example:
"Mark told Miranda he would love her until the cows came home."

6.) The lights are on, but nobody’s home
This humorous idiom does not mean that a family has gone out and left the lights blazing. It traditionally means someone is attractive but not very smart. Here’s an example:
"The male model was handsome but stupid. His lights are on, but nobody’s home."

7.) Eaten out of house and home
This idiom is frequently applied to guests or children who are prone to raiding refrigerators and pantries. Here’s an example:
"When Irene visits her grandparents, she always eats them out of house and home."

8.) A home away from home
Some people have vacation homes, and other people have stomping grounds that they know intimately. Here’s an example:
"Mike goes to Baltimore every weekend. It’s his home away from home."

9.) It’s nothing to write home about
If something is particularly boring or mundane, it is nothing to write home about. Here’s an example:
"The meal was okay, but it was nothing to write home about."

10.) Home is where the heart is
In some cases, a home is an intangible location based on emotions. This idiom signifies individuals who follow their hearts, or it can describe individuals who wish to return to their beloved home. Here’s an example:
"Josephine decided to travel to China with her boyfriend. After all, home is where the heart is."

Home-related idioms and expressions can be silly, comforting or insightful. These are just a few of the English idioms that represent concrete and abstract ideas about homes.

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Κυριακή, 27 Ιανουαρίου 2013

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Ο όρος «εκφοβισμός και βία στο σχολείο» (school bullying), όπως και ο όρος «θυματοποίηση» (victimization), εννοούμε συστηματική και επαναλαμβανόμενη  επιθετική συμπεριφορά που έχει σκοπό να προκαλέσει σωματικό και ψυχικό πόνο σε μαθητές από συμμαθητές τους, μέσα στο σχολείο και έξω από αυτό.

Παρασκευή, 25 Ιανουαρίου 2013

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GRAMMAR BITS

Grammar : I prefer / I’d rather
 
I prefer
I prefer means “I like it better”. It is followed by a verb + -ing or a verb in the infinitive:

  • I don’t like driving. I prefer using / I prefer to use public transport. (= In general I like it better.)
If we mean “just now”, we use I’d prefer to with a verb in the infinitive:
  • I don’t want to drive into the town centre. I’d prefer to take the train. (= today)
I’d rather
Since “I’d prefer” is quite formal, in conversation, people often say I’d rather, which means the same:

  • I don’t want to drive into the town centre. I’d rather take the train.
  • Let’s take a taxi — or would you rather walk?
Notice that after rather, we use the infinitive.
There will, of course, be situations in which you don’t like doing something, or you wouldn’t like to do a particular thing. Perhaps you would prefer not to do it. In cases like these, you simply need to say:

  • Thanks, but I’d rather not.

CONFUSING WORDS

CONFUSING WORDS -LIKE /AS -

SYNONYMS- SAD -

WORD OF THE DAY -HAPPY -

Thesaurus-Synonyms - HAPPY

'happy' adjective having a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction, often over a long period, or causing such a feeling: a happy marriage. * ευτυχισμένος, πανευτυχής, χαρισάμενος, που δίνει ευτυχία

[cheerful] happy and lively, with a positive outlook: a cheerful disposition. * πρόσχαρος, χαρωπός: χαρμόσυνος, εύθυμος, κν. αλέγρος

[content] happy and satisfied with your circumstances: Adam is much more content since he gave up his stressful job.
* ικανοποιημένος, ευχαριστημένος

[elated] (usually only used to describe people) intensely happy and exhilarated, especially because of an achievement or an exciting experience: Caroline was elated when she completed her first marathon. * περιχαρής, κατενθουσιασμένος

[exuberant] (usually used to describe people) happy, enthusiastic, and energetic: As he grew older, he found it more difficult to cope with children’s exuberant behaviour. * καταχαρούμενος, κατεχόμενος από ευχάριστη έξαψη, ασυγκράτητη χαρά ή κέφι

[joyful] feeling or causing intense happiness: The wedding was a joyful occasion. * περιχαρής

[merry] (old-fashioned) feeling, showing, or causing cheerfulness or high spirits: merry laughter. * εύθυμος, πρόσχαρος

[satisfied] pleased about the quality or standard of something, or about your circumstances in general: The inspectors were not satisfied with the standard of cleanliness in the hotel.
* ικανοποιημένος, που πληρεί τις ανάγκες ή τις απαιτήσεις του

[smiling] (usually used to describe people) showing happiness or friendliness in your facial expression by smiling: One look at her smiling face told me she had been successful in her job interview. * χαμογελαστός, πρόσχαρος, που αποτυπώνεται στο πρόσωπο με χαμόγελο

taken from the BETSIS ELT DICTIONARY & THESAURUS

WORD OF THE DAY -HARD -

Thesaurus-Synonyms - HARD

'hard' adjective with a rigid surface that does not yield when you press it, and that may be uncomfortable to sit or lie on: a hard bench. * τραχύς, αδρός

[firm] resisting pressure but not completely rigid: a firm mattress. * (για υφή:) σφιχτοδεμένος σφιχτός, κρουστός

[rigid] not able to be bent or not able to move: rigid plastic.
* άκαμπτος, αλύγιστος, δύσκαμπτος: ακίνητος, κοκαλωμένος

[solid] hard and not hollow inside: solid rock. * συμπαγής, ενιαίας σύστασης, αμιγής, κν. μασίφ, ατόφιος

[stiff] firm and unable to be bent easily: stiff cardboard.
* σκληρός, δύσκαμπτος, αλύγιστος

[strong] made in such a way that it is difficult to break, smash, etc.: The bridge isn’t strong enough to bear the weight of a really big lorry. * γερός, ανθεκτικός

[tough] difficult to tear or cut, or made to withstand rough treatment: This meat is very tough. * ανθεκτικός, γερός

taken from the BETSIS ELT DICTIONARY & THESAURUS

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EXPRESSIONS WITH HEART


List of "heart" idioms with definition

to have a heart of gold            - to care about other people
to have a big heart                 - to be giving, caring
to be cold-hearted                   -lacking in sympathy
to wear your heart on your sleeve           - to let everyone know how you feel about someone
to cross your heart and hope to die            -to promise
to cry your heart out                  - to cry a lot and feel really badly about something
to eat your heart out                 - to be jealous of someone
from the bottom of your heart - to really mean something
to have a change of heart           -to change your mind
to have a heart                           - to be compassionate, to care about other people
to have your heart in your mouth       - to be scared or nervous
to have your heart set on something    - to really want something
to set your heart at rest                      - stop worrying about something
to be soft hearted                            - to be sympathetic
to take something to heart             - to have your feelings hurt by something someone else says or does

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Πέμπτη, 24 Ιανουαρίου 2013

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IDIOMS


IDIOMS

An idiom is an expression where the meaning differs from dictionary definition of the words.

For example:    It’s raining cats and dogs!

It is not really raining animals. The expression simply means that the rain is heavy.

 On Roadtogrammar.com, you can take quizzes on the following categories of idioms:

 Animal idioms:

 Idiom                                                                     Meaning

Eat like a pig                                                          To eat a lot

It’s a dog’s life                                                        Life is very difficult

Raining cats and dogs                                              Heavy rain

As slippery as an eel                                                Sneaky and deceitful

Stubborn as an ox                                                   Stubborn

Bear market                                                             A bad period in the stock market

Bull market                                                               A good period in the stock market

Dawg                                                                       Guy

Bear hug                                                                  A big hug

Parrot (someone)                                                     To repeat someone’s words

Horse around                                                         To waste time and be silly

 Number idioms:

Idiom                                                             Meaning
In seventh heaven                                               Happy

On cloud 9                                                         Happy

Three is a crowd                                                 It’s better to do things as a couple

Six-pack                                                            Stomach muscles

Six feet under                                                      Dead

24/7                                                                    All the time

A 9 to  5                                                             A boring office job
   
It takes two to tango                                          This is more than one person’s fault

Had one too many                                                Drunk

 Colour idioms:

Idiom                                                                Meaning

Feeling blue                                                       Feeling sad

Blue movie                                                         Dirty movie

Red                                                                    Communist

Green                                                                Caring for the environment/ inexperienced

Black day                                                          A  terrible day

White lie                                                             A lie told with good intentions

Black market                                                       Illegal trade

In the black                                                         In profit

In the red                                                           In debt

Blacklist                                                              To ban someone/something

Blackmail                                                           To threaten someone for money

Out of the blue                                                    Unexpected

Give the green light                                             To allow permission

Blue collar worker                                             Factory worker

White collar worker                                            Office worker

Once in a blue moon                                         Very occasionally



Not all idioms are very common. In some books on idioms, for instance, you may find phrases that only old people use! The idioms presented on Roadtogrammar.com have been chosen carefully for their relevancy.


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Agatha Miller was born in Torquay,England on September 15th, 1890.In 1914 she married Colonel Archibald Christie,an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps. The couple had one daughter, Rosalind,before their divorce in 1928.

In a writing career that spanned more than half a century, Agatha Christie wrote 79 novels and short story collections. She also wrote over a dozen plays including The Mousetrap, which opened in London on November 25th, 1952, and is now the longest continuously running play in theatrical history.

Christie's first novel, The mysterious Affair at Styles (1920), was also the first to feature her eccentric Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Surely one of the most famous fictional creations of all times , Poirot's 'little grey cells' triumphed over devious criminals in 33 novels and many dozens of short stories. Christie's last published novel, Sleeping Murder (1976), featured her other world-famous sleuth, the shrewdly inquisitive Miss Jane Marple of St. Mary Mead. Miss Marple appeared in twelve novels, beginning with The Murder at the Vicarage in 1930.

Both Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple have been widely dramatized in feature films and made-for-TV movies. Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Witness for the Prosecution (1957), And Then There Were None (1945), and Death on the Nile (1978) are a few of the successful films based on her works.

Agatha Christie also wrote six romantic novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott. She wrote notification as well - Four books including an autobiography and an entertaining account of the many archeological expeditions she shared with her second husband, Sir Max Mallowan. In 1971, she achieved her country's highest honor when she received the Order of Dame Commander of the British Empire. Agatha Christie died on January 12th, 1976.


1. Agatha Christie's the most..................... famous  writer in the world. 
2. Her books have been sold over two.............................  copies 
3. She is outsold by ............................ 
4. She was born in  ............................
5. She got .............................. at the age of 24 
6. She had one ....................... whose name was Rosalind. 
7. Her writing career spanned more than  ............................
8. She also wrote short-story collections, novels, romantic storys and  .................................
9. .................................. is her most successful play 
10. Hercule Poirot is the...........................  character in her writing career 
11. Hercule Poirot was made famous thanks to his ........................... 
12. Miss Marple is her ....................... most famous character and detective 
13. Agatha also wrote six  ........................novels 
14. She received the  .....................................
15. When did Agatha Cristie die? .......................................


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Ποιος; Τι; Which?           
Ποιανού; Whose?
Τι; What?
Πού; Where?
Πώς; How?
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Πόσο; How much?
Πόσοι -ες, -α; How many?
Πότε; When?
Γιατί; Why?
Πόσο συχνά; How often?
Πόσων χρονών; How old?
Πόσο μακριά; How far?
Πόση ώρα; How long?
Πώς και...; How come...?
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β] βοηθητικό ρήμα [do / does / did / is / are κλπ.]
γ] ερωτηματικό [?]
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Where is your school?
Who is your Math teacher?
How often do you eat salads?
What is a rhino?
Which book is yours?
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How long does it take you to come to school?

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