Anglická slovíčka: Slovíčka: slovesa

Základní slovesa

Pohybová slovesa

Myšlení a vnímání

Komunikace (slovesa)

Vztahy mezi lidmi (slovesa)

Abstraktní slovesa

Slovesa: mix

Činnosti v domácnosti

Tělo (slovesa)

Kriminálka (slovesa)

Frázová slovesa: get, take

Frázová slovesa: ostatní

Frázová slovesa: mix

Anglická slovíčka: Slovíčka: další slovní druhy

Základní přídavná jména

Vlastnosti a popisy lidí

Vlastnosti a popisy předmětů

Přídavná jména: mix

Příslovce času a četnosti

Příslovce místa

Příslovce způsobu

Příslovce míry

Příslovce: mix

Zájmena

Předložky

Anglická slovíčka: Tematická slovíčka a fráze

Škola, práce, peníze

Školní předměty

Škola, školní vybavení, činnosti

Nakupování

Svět práce

Peníze

Ze života

Na poště

A: Good morning.A: Can I help you?Hi. I'm finding a mailbox.Hi. I'm looking for a post box.I couldn't look for any in the city.I couldn't find any in the city centre.A: There is one just in front of the building.Can I use it to send a postcard abroad?Can I use it for collecting a parcel?A: Yes, you can.A: You just need an international stamp.

Na ulici

A: Excuse me. Can you help me?A: I'm lost! I'm in Prague for the first time.Certain.Of course.Where would you like to go?Where do you want to arrive?A: I would like to go to the museum.A: But I can't find it.A: Is it far?No really.Not really.It's a five-minute walk.It's five walking minutes.Go along this street to the semaphore.Go along this street to the traffic lights.At the traffic lights, turn to left into Muzejní.At the traffic lights, turn left into Muzejní.It will be in left.The museum will be on your left.

Telefonování

A: Hello. Could I speak to Marek Tichý?Who's calling, please?Whose that?A: This is Jana Bořucká, a friend of Marek.Marek does not here.Marek is not here.Can I take a message?Can I leave the message?A: Yes, can you ask him to give me a call?Never mind.Of course.What's your phone?What's your number?A: My number is 7453 998626.Well, I'll make sure Mr. Tichý gets your message.Okay. I'll make sure Mr. Tichý gets your message.A: Thanks. Goodbye.Cheers.Goodbye.

Citáty

Dokonalost sama je nedokonalá.

Perfection itself     . (Vladimir Horowitz)

imperfectionis

Citáty

Úspěch není definitivní, neúspěch není fatální: to co se počítá je odvaha pokračovat.

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it               . (Winston S. Churchill)

countscontinuethecouragetoisthat

Zdraví, nemoci, zdravý životní styl

Denní rutiny

Svátky, životní události

Miminko

Líčení, šperky

Potraviny, jídla, nápoje

Příprava jídla

V restauraci

Názvy sportů

Sportovní vybavení

Sportovní pojmy

Názvy států

Místa na cestách

Vybavení na cesty

Aktivity na cestách

Dopravní situace

Veřejná doprava

A: Dear passengers.A: Travel in front four coaches only for stations beyond Northampton.A: The train is calling at Benchley, Northampton, Coventry and Birmingham.Did you listen that?Did you hear that?The train is going at Coventry as well.The train is calling at Coventry as well.But it will be better to get off the train in Birmingham.But it will be better to call at Birmingham.For Birmingham, we need to be in one of the four back coaches.For Birmingham, we need to be in one of the four front coaches.

Taxi

A: Hello.Hi. Can I order you?Hi. Can you take me to 32 Roseford Road?A: Sure. You can get in.How much will you owe me?How much is the fare, please?A: It'll be around £20.Anyway, that's fine.Okay, that's fine.A: Which way do you want to go?A: We can either take the motorway or go through the city centre.Which one is quicker?Both ways will do.A: It's a rush hour.A: So, it will be quicker to take the motorway.Shall take the motorway, then.Let's take the motorway, then.

Na letišti

A: Dear passengers.A: You can now check in for the flight to Barcelona.Excuse me.Aplogize me.Where can I check the flight?Where can I check in for the flight?A: You need to look at the departures board.A: You'll find there a number of the check-in desk you need to go to.The departure is from check-in desks 8-10.It says check-in desks 8-10.Do you know where is it?Do you know where it is?A: It's right there.A: You can see the numbers.A: And the name of the airline you fly with.

Na letišti

ulička

Na letišti

první třídaaislevýdej zavazadel
baggage reclaimcockpitsecuritydomestic
first classvnitrostátníjet lag
jet engineostrahapásmová nemoc

Na letišti

pick up

vyzvednout
letenka
dálkový let
ranvej

Pohádky

Technologie

Kino a televize

Knihy

Texty, média

Ze světa

Středověk

Umění

Náboženství, víra

Politika

Životní prostřední, katastrofy

Přísloví a pořekadla

Grammar: Be, have, do

To do, to have, to be in present simple

To do, to have, to be: questions and negatives

To do, to have, to be in past simple

There is, there are

Be, have, do: mix

Grammar: Tenses

Present simple tense

Present simple tense

My mum

My mum   the best person in the world!
Her name is Katka and she is 34 years old. She   as a teacher and the children   her. I   her as well because she is my mum and she   the best pancakes! She   English and Spanish and she also   French. We   a big family. I   two brothers and two sisters. But she never   angry no matter what we   .
She   music and singing but she   sing very well. She often   crime series but she   let us watch it with her. So sometimes we   into the living room and   it with her. When she   she   scold us. She just   . And that is my mum!

Present simple tense

My parents _ in a big flat.

liveslive

Present simple tense

Iinfinitiveshe
cookto helpgets upto eatto go

Present simple tense

Iinfinitiveshe
cookto helpgets upto eatto goIinfinitiveshepositivenegativequestion
cookto helpgets upto eatto goShe playsI don't get upDoes he swimI giveDo you invite

Present simple tense

A: My name is Tom. What's your name?You are Zuzka.Hi, Tom. I'm Zuzka.A: What do you do, Zuzka?I studies at university.I study at university.What do you do?What you do?A: I work in a hospital.What days do you work?What days does you work?A: I work every day except Tuesday.My sister also work every day except Tuesday.My sister also works every day except Tuesday.

Present simple tense

He (to live) with his wife.

Present simple tense

(she, to play) basketball?

Present simple tense

Většinou spí do devíti.

He usually         .

o’clockuntilsleeps9

Present simple tense

Často přesouvá nábytek.

He         often.

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Present continuous

Present tense: questions and negatives

Present simple vs. present continuous

Talking about the present: mix

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

One December evening

Hanka met Honza in 2015. It was Hanka’s 20th birthday and she   her friends to a club. They   to dance but they   the music. So, she said to the DJ: “The music   awful.” He   at her and   away. A few minutes later he said: “The next song is for a beautiful girl who’s dancing over there.” When Hanka and her friends left the club, the DJ was waiting outside. “Hi, my name is Honza. Can I see you again?” he said to Hanka. She   : “Yes, you can” and gave him her phone number. Next day Honza   Hanka and   her to dinner. They went to a romantic restaurant and   all evening. After that they met every evening after Hanka   at work. They were in love.
One December evening Hanka was late so she ran to her car. It was very dark and it was raining. She was going very fast. Suddenly, a man   the road. Hanka   him because he was wearing a dark coat. She hit the man. She   and   . When she   home Honza wasn’t there and he   the phone. Next day police officers   at her house and   at the door. “Good evening madam. I   detective Foster. Are you Hana Nováková? We   to talk to you.”

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

My father _ Paris last week.

visitedvisit

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

She (to live) in Scotland.

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

I can’t come, something unexpected (occur).

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

-t-d-id
watchedraisedlookeddedicatedsmelled

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

-t-d-id
watchedraisedlookeddedicatedsmelled-t-d-id-ed (-d)změkčení
watchedraisedlookeddedicatedsmelledstaycryarrivelivepush

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

A: Hi, Zuzka!A: What did you do during holidays?We plaied tennis a lot.We played tennis a lot.We usually start in the morningWe usually started in the morningand finished in the afternoon.and finish in the afternoon.A: Wow, you must really like playing tennis!I liked it during the holidays.I likeed it during the holidays.But we played it so much that I don't want to play it again!But we playd it so much that I don't want to play it again!

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Opravil jsem tvůj starý počítač.

I         .

computerfixedoldyour

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Včera se mi omluvil.

He       yesterday.

apologisedtome

Past simple tense (regular verbs)

Dovolila jsem jí použít můj mobil.

I             .

myherphoneuseallowedto

Past simple tense (irregular verbs)

Past tense: questions and negatives

Past continuous tense

Present perfect tense

Past simple vs. past continuous

Past simple vs. present perfect

Present perfect: simple vs. continuous

Talking about the past: mix

Future simple tense

Will vs. going to

Tenses: mix

Grammar: Conditionals

First conditional

Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs

Adjectives comparative / superlative

Adverbs comparative / superlative

Adjective or adverb?

Positions of adverbs in sentences

This / these

Too vs. enough

Than vs then

Adjectives and adverbs: mix

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Příběhy

Popisy situací ze života

Family

Joe

Hello! My name is Joe. I am nine years old and I live with my mum in an apartment. It is not very big, it has just two rooms but that is all we need. My mum is called Nina and she is a teacher in my school. She teaches English but I like maths better. Her eyes are the same colour as mine, blue. We often go swimming together but I also read books a lot when she is busy. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher like my mum.

Animals II

At the Zoo 1

Today we went to the zoo. We saw a lot of different animals. I knew many of them from my books. In one cage, there were twelve monkeys playing. I did not like them very much because they were very loud and scary. Next to them were five tigers who were sleeping all the time. But I really liked the three huge elephants. We saw them eating their lunch. It was very interesting. When we were leaving, I bought a small elephant toy to remember them.

Family II

The Myers

The Myers are the best-known family in our city. At the head of the family are Jonathan and Mary. They own a number of restaurants in the city which are very popular because many tourists visit our town. They also have three children. The oldest, Josh, is twenty-five and he is helping them run one of the five restaurants. So far, he’s not been very good at it. The middle child is called Adam. Adam is twenty-one and he is studying at a university. Alice, the youngest child, is only sixteen so she’s too young to help with managing the restaurant, but she is already working part-time at one of the restaurants to earn her pocket money. Although they are rich, the Myers are very humble and polite, so everyone in our city likes them.

House

Our House

We live in a village called Shipley. Our house is not very big. It has four rooms, a kitchen, and two bathrooms. The house is big enough for us: me, my mum Martha, my dad Jake and my sister Sarah. My brother Michael lives on his own now.

There are two small rooms–one is my room and the other is my sister’s. The biggest room in the house is our living room. My parents spend most of the time there. It has a very comfortable couch and a big television. Sometimes we play board games there.

Our kitchen is small, but my mum doesn’t spend much time there, because we eat our lunches at school. That is why it is always very clean.

One of the bathrooms, the smaller one, is used by my sister and me. Our parents use the other one.

Our house is not very special, but I think it is really comfortable and that’s what is important.

At School

Math Test

Today we wrote a math test. We have four tests every month and we have to solve 10 problems. Last year, we learned how to add and subtract. Right now, we are learning how to divide and multiply numbers. I think it is hard, but my mum helped me prepare for it yesterday. I think I did well on the test, I had 9 correct answers! The only thing I didn't know was how much is 3 x 7. I thought it was 22, but now I know that it is 21.

Shopping

At the Mall

A new shopping mall opened in our city. I heard there are going to be as many as eighty shops, but seven are still closed. Lots of people are excited about it but some don’t like it. The advantage is that there are all kinds of shops in one place: you can buy groceries, clothes, books, even go to the cinema or play mini golf. This way, you can compare all the prices before you decide to buy something. Most of them are also well-stocked and have long opening hours.

On the other hand, shopping malls are the same everywhere, so if you want to buy something unique, it’s not the best place to go. Another problem is that some people spend way too much time there just window shopping and not buying anything, instead of doing something more productive. However, if you need to save time and get something for the best price, the mall is a good place for that.

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Films

Shrek

Shrek is a 2001 animated film from DreamWorks that is an unlikely success story. It is about a grumpy green ogre, Shrek, who just wants to be left alone. He is joined by an annoying and talkative Donkey and together they go on a quest to save the beautiful Princess Fiona to get Shrek’s home back.

Although children can watch it, the film is mainly targeted at an adult audience. There are contemporary songs and many pop-cultural references that children simply wouldn’t understand. The film is basically a parody of Disney and normal fairytales. That’s why it is still, twenty years after it came out, very popular on the internet.

The film is known for its attention to detail. Rather than having everything drawn by hand, much of it is computer generated. In the research for the film, the artists were taking mud baths to learn its movements and were looking for a real donkey that would serve as a model for the film version. This is one of the many reasons why the film has won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Famous People

Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt (21 August 1986) is a former Jamaican athlete and perhaps the greatest sprinter of all times. He is the holder of eight gold medals from Olympic Games (in Beijing, London, and Rio de Janeiro) and more than nineteen Guinness World Records.

Sometimes called “Lightning Bolt” for his incredible speed, Bolt’s greatest achievements are the many times he has set new sprinting world records. He is currently (in 2021) a holder of a world record in 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 x 100 metres races.

Bolt’s has achieved these many amazing things under, what might seem as, unfortunate circumstances. Not only is one of his legs shorter because of problems with his spine, but he has also finished his race in Beijing with one shoelace untied! If it wasn’t enough, in a situation when other athletes would hold diets before their races, Bolt was eating incredible amounts of chicken nuggets.

Simple Wikipedia

Saturn

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. It is the second largest planet in the Solar System, after Jupiter. Saturn is one of the four gas giant planets, along with Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune.

Saturn has 82 known moons orbiting the planet. 53 are officially named and 29 are waiting to be named. The largest moon is Titan, which is larger in volume than the planet Mercury. Titan is the second-largest moon in the Solar System. The largest moon is Jupiter's moon, Ganymede. There is also a very large system of rings around Saturn. These rings are made of ice with smaller amounts of rocks and dust.

Famous Paintings

The Night Watch

The Night Watch is one of the most famous paintings by Rembrandt van Rijn. It is an oil on canvas painted in 1642, depicting a company of soldiers walking through the city. The painting itself is huge, it has over 3 x 4 metres and so the people on it are almost life-sized. Originally it was even bigger, but parts of it have been cut off when it was moved to a new place in the eighteenth century. Two characters were taken out in the process.

The original name of the painting is much longer, but it is known as The Night Watch because it seems that the people in it are walking in the dark. The scene actually takes place during the day, but a thick layer of varnish made it look much darker than it is.

The painting was damaged many times over the years: first by a knife in 1911, then by another knife in 1975 and finally in 1990 by an acid. Thankfully, the damage was never too bad and the painting is now being restored in front of the public.

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