Anglická slovíčka: Tematická slovíčka a fráze


Svět práce

Zdraví, nemoci, zdravý životní styl

Denní rutiny

Svátky, životní události

V restauraci

Sportovní vybavení

Sportovní pojmy

Místa na cestách

Dopravní situace


Kino a televize

Texty, média

Náboženství, víra


Přísloví a pořekadla

Grammar: Tenses

Past simple tense (irregular verbs)

Past continuous tense

Present perfect tense

Past simple vs. past continuous

Past simple vs. present perfect

Talking about the past: mix

Future simple tense

Will vs. going to

Tenses: mix

Grammar: Quantity, order

Quantity - mix

Grammar: Questions, question words, short answers

Questions with auxiliary verbs

Čtení a poslech: Čtení anglických textů

Zjednodušené naučné texty

Famous People

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was perhaps the most famous physicist ever. Although he was born in Germany, he moved to Switzerland early on and then spent the last twenty years of his life living in the United States.

He is so well-known that his name is often used as a synonym for a genius. No wonder, at the age of twelve, he could count better than most adults. But not only that. People often also imagine an eccentric: a person who is so deep in their thoughts that they don’t care if they look or behave oddly. After all, Einstein almost always had crazy hair and no socks on.

Einstein’s perhaps most famous idea is the theory of relativity. This discovery is helping us in our everyday life because it is used, for example, in GPS.

Simple Wikipedia


An earthquake is the sudden movement of the Earth's tectonic plates, resulting in shaking of the ground. This shaking can result in the damage of various structures such as buildings and further breakdown of the Earth's surface.

The sudden release of tension in the tectonic plates sends waves of energy that travel through the Earth. Seismology studies the cause, frequency, type and size of earthquakes.

There are large earthquakes and small earthquakes. Large earthquakes can take down buildings and cause death and injury. Earthquakes are measured using observations from seismographs. The magnitude of an earthquake and the intensity of shaking is usually reported on the Richter scale. On the scale, 2 is scarcely noticeable, and magnitude 5 (or more) causes damage over a wide area.


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