Anglická slovíčka: Slovíčka: podstatná jména

Rodina, lidé, vztahy

Části těla



Pocity, nálady

Stavy, myšlenky

Lidé: mix

Exotická zvířata


Kytky, stromy

Příroda, svět: mix


Dům, části domu, nábytek

Zahrada, farma

Místa a stavby: mix



Hudební nástroje

Věci: mix

Podstatná jména: mix

Anglická slovíčka: Slovíčka: slovesa

Základní slovesa

Pohybová slovesa

Komunikace (slovesa)

Vztahy mezi lidmi (slovesa)

Abstraktní slovesa

Slovesa: mix

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 způsobu

Příslovce míry

Příslovce: mix


Anglická slovíčka: Tematická slovíčka a fráze

Škola, školní vybavení, činnosti

Jazyk, gramatika, sloh


Svět práce


Zdraví, nemoci, zdravý životní styl

Denní rutiny

Svátky, životní události



Líčení, šperky

Potraviny, jídla, nápoje

Příprava jídla

V restauraci

Sportovní vybavení

Sportovní pojmy

Vybavení na cesty

Aktivity na cestách

Dopravní situace

Řešení problémů při cestování

Hi, my flight was delayed.Hi, my flight was slow.That’s why I lost my connecting flight.And I missed my connecting flight because of that.A: What flight was that?Flight number TJ56984.Seat 25D.A: We can offer you a free seat on the next flight to your destination.Ok. How much would that be?Ok. When would that be?A: That would be tomorrow at 9 A.M.I’ll buy it.I’ll take it.Am I allowed to sleep in a hotel?Is a hotel room for me to sleep in included?A: Unfortunately, no. But we can offer you a voucher for a complimentary breakfast.

V hotelu

A: Grand Hotel reception, how can we help you?Hello, can I a massage?Hello, I would like to book a massage.A: We don’t have any slots for today. Is tomorrow morning okay?Yes. How exactly?Yes. When exactly?A: We have a slot available at 10 or 11. Which one would you prefer?Both.The one at 11.A: It is booked. Please, come to the spa 5 minutes in advance.

Na letišti

A: Madam is this your purse?Yes, that's a purse.Yes, that's mine.A: We need to look inside.Okay.Cheers.A: Do you have any liquids in there?Yes, my book is there.Yes, my lotion is there.A: You have to put all your liquids into a plastic bag.I don't have any liquids.Oh, I didn't know that.A: So, put it there.A: We will have to scan your purse again.

V letadle

bezcelní, osvobozený od cla

V letadle


V letadle

dálkový letrunwaypředmětdepartures board
long-haul flightprosvítit, prozářit, snímatobjectpřímý let
výdej zavazadeldirect flightbaggage reclaim

V letadle


prosvítit, prozářit, snímat


Kino a televize



Texty, média



Náboženství, víra


Životní prostřední, katastrofy


Grammar: Tenses

Present simple vs. present continuous

Past simple tense (irregular verbs)

Present perfect tense

Past perfect

Past simple vs. past continuous

Past simple vs. present perfect

Present perfect: simple vs. continuous

Past simple vs. past perfect

Talking about the past: mix

Future tenses: continuous vs. perfect

Will vs. going to

Tenses: mix

Grammar: Verbs

Modal verbs and infinitive

Modal verbs: present simple

Modal verbs: past simple

Can vs. could

Must, have to, can


Modal verbs: mix

Gerund vs. infinitive

Infinitive clauses

Have something done

Used to

Verb patterns: mix

Grammar: Mixed practice

Thought, though, through, taught, tough

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Simple Wikipedia


Esperanto is a constructed auxiliary language. Its creator was L. L. Zamenhof. He created the language to make international communication easier. His goal was to design Esperanto in such a way that people can learn it much more easily than any other national language.

At first, Zamenhof called the language La Internacia Lingvo, which means „The International Language“ in Esperanto. Soon, people began calling it by the simpler name Esperanto, which means „one who hopes“. There are people who speak Esperanto in many countries and in all the major continents. No one knows exactly how many people now speak Esperanto in the world. Most sources say that there are between several hundred thousand and two million Esperanto speakers. A few people grew up speaking Esperanto as their first language. There may perhaps be around 2,000 of these people. Esperanto is the most-used constructed language in the world.

Films II

Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones is a series of films created by George Lucas and directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Harrison Ford as Indiana himself. The first film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, came out in 1981 and the fourth and so far the latest, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2008.

The adventurous stories are about an archaeology professor who travels around the world looking for treasures and getting into trouble. The creators were inspired by James Bond movies but wanted to film something without too many weapons and fancy gadgets. Another connection to the famous spy movies is that Sean Connery, one of the actors playing Bond, plays Indiana’s father in one of the movies (despite having been just twelve years older than Ford).

Although he is mostly called “Indiana”, it is not the main character’s actual name. It is revealed only later in the movies that his name is in fact Henry Walton Jones. Indiana is a nickname that Lucas gave the character based on his own real-life dog. Lucas is also known for being the creator of Star Wars. That’s why it shouldn’t surprise us to find pictures of the two Star Wars droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO, on the wall of a temple Indiana visits.



ABBA is a pop band founded in 1972 and the best-selling Swedish band ever. Before settling for ABBA, there was actually a newspaper competition to choose the name for the band. Among the most successful entries were Alibaba, FABB and Baba. They finally came up with their own name—ABBA, which is also an acronym since it consists of the first letters of each member’s first name: Agnetha, Anni-Frid, Benny, and Björn.

The band became extremely famous after winning the Eurovision song contest in 1974 with their song Waterloo. Many years later, it was voted as the best song to ever win the contest. Soon they were famous in the whole world. Over three million people tried to buy tickets to their two concerts in London. With that many people, they could easily play over five hundred sold-out concerts.

The band broke up ten years after it was founded after the marriages of the two pairs of members broke up as well. They swore never to get the band back together, but in 2021 they released a new album and announced concerts with ABBAtars. These are the virtual avatars of the band who will perform instead of them–the band members are now, after all, in their seventies.

Wikijunior: Big cats


Jaguars live in the rain forests and more open countryside in South and Central America, and are the largest members of the cat family there. Jaguars are strong swimmers and climbers, and they often prefer to live by rivers, in swamps, and in dense forest with thick cover for stalking prey.

Jaguars look very similar to leopards, but they behave more like tigers. The jaguar has the strongest jaw structure in the cat family. Its powerful cheek muscles and lower jaw gives the Jaguar a much more rounded face than the leopard. Jaguars are also rather short-legged compared to other cats, which increases their strength rather than their speed.

Jaguars mostly take large prey, such as deer and peccaries, but they are great opportunists and will eat anything from frogs and mice to birds, fish, and domestic livestock. Jaguars can run quite quickly, but do not have much endurance and rarely make long chases. Their strong, muscular jaws let them crush through large, thick bones and they can even crunch through a turtle's shell quickly. This great strength allows these cats to crush the skull of prey animals rather than suffocating them with a neck bite, as most cats do. Jaguars have very good night vision and do most of their hunting on the ground at night. They are nocturnal creatures, meaning that they prefer to be active at night. Jaguars will sometimes wait by the water, hitting it occasionally with their tail. When fish are attracted by this, they swipe out with a paw, spearing the fish on their claws.

Famous Paintings

The Great Wave

The Great Wave off Kanagawa is probably the most famous Japanese work of art. Created by Hokusai, it is not a painting, but a woodblock print. That means that more people are involved in creating the work. First, the artist (in this case Hokusai) creates a design, then a carver creates a number of wooden blocks (one for each colour), destroying the design while doing that, and finally, printers print the design on a paper. This way, there can be as many as five thousand copies of the work. That’s why The Great Wave can be seen in New York, London, Japan, or Brussels.

Compared to the huge wave, representing the power and greatness of nature, the people in the picture are barely noticeable. Each boat has, in fact, ten people on it. Seeing how small they are helps us imagine the size of the wave.

In the background of the print is Mount Fuji, an active volcano which is a Japanese national symbol and an inspiration for many artworks.

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