• Wpisów:261
  • Średnio co: 6 dni
  • Ostatni wpis:13 dni temu
  • Licznik odwiedzin:12 509 / 1680 dni
Jesteś niezalogowany. Niektóre wpisy dostępne są tylko dla znajomych.
 
Researchers have found the wold's oldest example of bread. The breadcrumbs were charred and burnt, which is how they survived for so long. Humans were making bread 4,000 years earlier than scientists thought. The people who baked the bread lived in Jordan from around 12,500 to 9,500 B.C.They were hunter-gatherers and lived thousands of years before humans settled down to become farmers. The researchers analyzed them and found they were made from cereal plants. Lead researcher, Dr Amaia Otaegui, sad the bread took a long time to make. The ancient Jordanians then mixed the flour with water to make dough. Another researchers said the bread could be one reason for the agricultural revolution. Stone Age people ralized it was easier and more convenient.
 

 
You play football ona large pitch. At each endthe pitch ther's a goal. There are two teams. Each team tries to put the ball into the other team's goal. there are eleven players in a team. One of the players in each team is the goalkeeper. There's a refree and there are two assistant refrrees, too.

You can kick the ball but you can't catch or throw he ball. And you mustn't hit or kick another player.
A match lasts for 90 minutes. There are two halves of 45 minutes each with a break for 15 minutes. This called half-time.
At the end of the match, the team that has scored more goals wins the match. If they have the same number of goals, it's a draw.
 

 
I stopped drinking milk.
I stopped drinking milk because I'm alergic.
Istopped eating fast food.
I stopped eating fast food because I felt bed.
I stopped walking on stairs.
Istopped walking on the stairs because my heart was warking badly.
Istopped to read book.
We stopped to talk.
I stopped to call my mother.
Istopped to take photographs.
 

 
HARRY: How do you do, Stanley! You're not yet ready!
STANLEY: Hullo, Harry! yes, I'm late. I must take breakfast yet.
HARRY: It's here, is must be cold now. (Stanley is sitting down at table).
STANLEY: The apple may be cold but I don't want any cold porridge.
Harry: Do you eat bacon and eggs with toast or bread?
STANLEY: With bread.
HARRY: Now I can warm your toast. ( Stanley wants to speak). Don't speak, go on eating and hurry up!
HARRY: It's ready. Do you take butter or marmalade?
STANLEY: Butter, please. But you must have some toast or tea?
HARRY: No, thanks. we have no time. Now here is your cup. Do you like tea with milk? Any sugar?
STANLEY: Yes, please. Milk and sugar. Thanks so much. You are a very good nurse (Stanley eats and drinks very quickly0.
STANLEY: Now I'm ready to go. It's late indeed, we must hurry up.
It is late. Stanley is not yet ready. His breakfast is standing on the table, and cold porridge is not very good. but he has a good friend. When Stanley is eating his bacon and eggs, Harry is warming a piece of toast and gives him a cup of a tea with milk and sugar. Stanley eats and drinks quickly - he has no time fore morebread with butter and marmalade. Harry does not want to take any tea. The young man hurries up to his lesson.
 

 
Stanley is howing John his rooms: one is his bedroom, and one is the study. In that room he can learn, read and smoke. he has two shelves for his books and a desk, on which there are pencils, exercise books, a pipe, and some cigarettes. Those cigarettes are for his friends. The long couch which is near the shelf, is brown; he can lie on it when he has time. When Stanley has some friends at home, they can sit in his comfortable armchairs, which are also bown, and they can have a cup of tea. But now Stanley has no time, he is going to his teacher. A good laugh is sunshine in a house.
 

 
Mary has an English book. What is it like? It is large and thick. What colour is it? Her book is blue and white. I also have an English book but it isn't blue. Are there any pictures in those books? Yes, in our books there are many nice pictures. What colour are they? Their colourbis black and white. Is there any picture in this lesson? Yes, there is one. It's a picture of a boy. He has a hare in his hands. What is the hare like? It is old and large, and it isn't happy.
the boy let it go.
One, two, three, four, five, I caught a here alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, I let it go again.
 

 
1. A blue pencil is nice; a good picture is nicer; a pretty girl is nicest. Lesson Five is short; Lesson Two i shorter; lesson One is shortest. My friend's sister is pretty, Mary is prettier, but your daughter is the prettiest girl. Some pupils are happy when the lesson is short. Some pupils are happier when the teacher is late. Some pupils are happiest when there is no lesson.
2. What are you showing? I am showing a picture. Open the book! Have you any thick book? I am opening the thickest bookin the room. What does your sister learn? She reads lesson six. Is it difficult? No, it isn't, but some words are difficult. "Exercise-book" is difficult word. Is "cupboard" more difficult? Yes, it is, and "comfortable" is the most difficult word.
3. Do you often sit here? No, I don't, this chair is hard. My chair is softer. What is as white as milk? The wall are as white as milk. Have you any lamp on the large table? No, my lamp stands on the smaller table, near the bed.
The son is younger than the father. Your mother is older than my doughter. Are any of these boys older than you? Yes, some are. These teachers are not so old as your father. My pen isn't good, it's very hard. Your pen is better, it's softer.
Mary has a very tall brother, but she is short. how do you spell "cupboard"? He does not read any English book.
 

 
Jacek Karpiński "Mały Jacek" (1927-20000, wybitny inżynier elektronik, cybernetyk, informatyk, kierowca rajdowy, żeglarz, był żołnierzem Szarych Szeregów w batalionie "Zośka", uczestnikiem Powstania Warszawskiego. Zaprojektował mikrokomputer K-202 (komputer osobisty) na długo przed wprowadzeniem takiego urządzenia na rynek w Stanach Zjednoczonych. Był szykanowany przez władze komunistyczne za działalność w Armii Krajowej i udział w Powstaniu Warszawskim. Dziś jest uznany za geniusza XX w.
 

 
Kazimierz Michałowski (1901-1981), archeolog i egiptolog, założyciel polskiej szkoły archeologii łączącej wykopaliska z pracami konserwatorskimi. Prowadził badania w Egipcie, najbardziej znane w Faras, na terenach, które miały być zalane na skutek budowy tamy na Nilu w Assuanie. Freski z Faras są ozdobą ekspozycji warszawskiego Muzeum Narodowego. Polscy archeolodzy prowadzą wykopaliska na wszystkich kontynentach, dokonując fascynujących odkryć.
 

 
1.'I was watching when I heard a burglar alarm ringing. I looked out of tne windows and I saw two people breaking into a shop. I called the police. I watched the police aresting the thieves.'

2. Mrs Falls in the garden when she smelt something burning. She noticed coming out of the windows of an office or building. She could already hear the fire engine coming.

3. Mr Jones working at home when he suddenly felt th house shaking, and he could hear people shouting. then he saw three elephants running past his house. they had escaped from a zoo.
 

 
Polacy są bardzo rodzinni, dom to dla nas ważne miejsce. Rodzina jest naszym oparciem w trudnych sytuacjach życiowych, dlatego dbamy o utrzymanie silnych więzi rodzinnych, nawet jeśli los rozproszył nas po kraju lub świecie. Najważniejsze święta religijne - Boże Narodzenie i Wielkanoc - mają w Polsce zawsze charakter zjazdów rodzinnych, podobnie jak urodziny i imieniny (świętowanie imienin to specyficzny polski zwyczaj). Szczególną pozycję w polskiej rodzinie mają dziadkowie, a zwłaszcza babcie, które biorą aktywny udział w wychowaniu dzieci, opiekując się nimi, dzieląc doświadczeniem i ucząc przydatnych umiejętności.
 

 
My bedroom is very nice. It has blue walls, large windows, two brown chairs, and armchair. A small cupboard stands near the door - I have my clothes there. The bed is long and comfortable. Near the bed there is a table. There I have a small lamp and a book. Whem I am in bed I often read. Do you read in bed?
On the wall in front of the bed there is a picture of my friend and his son. My friend's son is a good boy and a good pupil. Does he read much? Oh, yes, but he doesn't read Polish books. He reads very many English books. He and his father don't live in Poland. They live in England, they are English.
Near the cupboard there are also two nice pictures. One is a picture of a woman - it's my mother. This large picture shows you a home. It is small but very comfortable. My room is also very comfortable. I often go to bed late, but I sleep long and well. Do you sleep long? Are you going to bed now? Well, good-night! Sleep well and don't read long.
 

 
Segxo staras cxe tablo.
Pupo sidas sur segxo.
Pupo mangxas.
Pupo trinkas.
Pupo dormas.
Hundo ripozas sub tablo.
Kato sidas apud hundo.
Hundo dormas en korbo.
Radek sidas en klaso.
Ela kun Marta ripozas.
Agatka kun Janek mangxas.
Olek sidas, kaj Łukasz saltas.
Arek staras, kaj Bartek iras.
Irenka kaj Helenka dormas.
Basia kaj Kasia trinkas.
Ula sidas sur benko kaj trinkas.
Danka kaj Mirka sidas cxe tablo kaj mangxas.
Koko dormas apud benko.
Hundo kun kato dormas sub tablo.
 

 
Pamiętaj o historii własnej rodziny, swojej miejscowości i regionu, w którym mieszkasz. Losy konkretnej - Twojej - rodziny będą lepszym źródłem wiedzy o dziejach Polski niż niejeden podręcznik. Historia Polski bywa prezentowana na świecie w zakłamany sposób. Choćby dlatego, że długo nie byliśmy niepodległym państwem i nasz głos się nie liczył.
Żeby móc o tym opowiedzieć gościom, sam musisz zebrać informacje. Zapytaj rodziców i dziadków o dzieje twojej rodziny, dowiedz się, skąd pochodzi. Gdzie poznali się Twoi rodzice? Co się wtedy działo w Polsce? A może Twoja miejscowość ma ciekawą przeszłość? Co działo się tu podczas ostatniej wojny? Czy są w niej lub w jej okolicy pomniki, pamiątkowe krzyże? Jacy ludzie mieszkali tu od wieków? może masz miejscowe legendy?
 

 
1. In my English book there is a picture. In the picture there are three children. The child is happy. He has a white cup. I have an apple. An apple is red. Iam showing an apple and egg. An egg is not red, it is white and yellow. the children have three cups. we have many yellow apples. Has your pupil a yellow pen? Yes, she has. my table is black. Is there a black pencil on your chair? yes, there is. Lesson two and three are long - they have many exercises.
2. The children in the picture have three cups of milk. One child has one cup of milk and also one piece of bread. bread is good. Milk is white. An egg is also white, but coffee isn't white, it is black. There are two pieces of bread on the table, they are for you. I have coffee and milk for breakfast. Children have milk for breakfast. in England they have good tea. we also have good tea. What are you reading? we are reading lesson four. How many pictures are there in lesson four? There is one picture. Are you learning a new lesson? yes, I am. Where are your apples? They are lying on a table in my room.
3.My pupil is not a child; he is a man. This man is English. This child is not English, he is Polish. Your tacher is a woman, she is also Polish. an apple is good. An orange is very good. This man has tea for breakfast. I have two pieces of sugar in my tea. Have you also sugar in your coffee? No, I have no sugar in my coffee. These oranges are better than apples. I have no oranges here. I have five apples at home. They are very good. Who is learning? these women. are learning English. What are you doing now? I am reading lesson four.
 

 
I don't fancy getting up late because I have no time.
I need to buy a new bicycle because my old bicycle is broken.
I have to give up drinking alcohol because it is no healthy.
Last year I went shopping and manage to find new shoes.
I expect the toilets to be fixed.
my friend is finishing of nature.
he decided to change his job because he didn't like it.
I enjoy swimming because it is good for muscles.
I want to go to the cinema but I haven't got enough money.
Two days ago I offered to help my friend with painting the flat.
Two days ago I planed to paint my room because the walls were dirty.
I imagine walking under water.
I can't stand irroning because I'm nervous.
Yesterdayvi promised to help my friend with cooking.
I have avoided learning English because the subject is difficult.
I don't mind by a taxi, when I'm a harry.
I hope to visit my friend.
 

 
Oh, no. I've made another mistake.
Have you done a lot of work today?
I'm not doing anything tonight. Shall we go ut?
I'm afraid I won't be able to fix the computer.
We didn't have to pay for the meal.
I'll have to go to the optician's.
Are you saying that we can't go?
Yes, it looks like it.
 

 
Felton Windrush tells the actors and actresses in the new soap opera that they won't be able to use Wormwood Studio, because there's been a fire there.
They'll have to use KP Studio instead, but it's only available to six weeks. However, they've got two months' filming to do, so they'll have to work every weekend.
Jordan is worried. He's been looking at the new schedule for filming and it looks like he'll have to work that weekend.
Later Lucy is a Jordan's flat. She says that she's got the tickets for the trip to Paris on 6 September.
He also says that he'll probably have to work he weekend of the wedding too, so he won't be able to be Peter's best man. He hasn't told Peter yet.
Jordan apoligizes, but Lucy is very angry. She says that the trip to Paris will be the most exiting weekend of her life and now she'll have to find someone else to share it with her.
Lucy picks up her bag and jacket and walks out. As she's leaving she tells Jordan that thy're finished.
 

 
Wałbrzych - miasto położone wśród lasów, gór, zieleni, wież kopalń i kominów fabrycznych pełne jest niezwykłych i tajemniczych miejsc, które aż proszą się o historie z nimi związane. W 1925 roku ukazała się monografia W. Reimana zawierająca m.in. zbiór podań i legend o Ziemi Wałbrzyskiej. W 1966 roku Krzysztof Kułaga wydał baśnie o zamku Książ. Przedstawiciele Stowarzyszenia Katolickiego "Civitas Christiana" chcą pójść o krok dalej i przybliżyć baśniowe dzieje Wałbrzycha i jego okolic. Stąd też napisane "na nowo" opowieści na podstawie wątków z pracy Reimana zwróciliśmy się z prośbą do wałbrzyskich twórców: Danuty Orskiej, Lilianny Wiercińskiej-Gronuś oraz Tomasza Pluty. Ilustracje do tomu wykonała Barbara Malinowska. Mamy nadzieję, że książka, którą oddajemy do Państwa rąk, zachęci do poznawania legendarnych i baśniowych dziejów naszego regionu.

Anna Adamkiewicz
Przewodnicząca Katolickiego Stowarzyszenia Civitas Christiana w Wałbrzychu
 

 
dot - kropka
comma - przecinek
semicolon - średnik
question mark - znak zapytania
exclamation mark - wykrzyknik
dash - myślnik
 

 
My pen is red. It is on my table. My pen is on my table.
My book is blue. It is not red. It is not on my table.
My pen is not blue. It is red. My red pen is on my table, it is not on my book.
----------------------------------------------------
My table is large. Is my table blue? Yes, it is blue. Your pen is green. Is it on a table? Yes, it is. Is my pen on your book? No, it isn't. My pen is green, it isn't blue. Where is your pencil? It's on my book. Where is your red book? My red book is on a table.
--------------------------------------------------
I have a large room. Is my book large? No, it isn't.
Your pencil is short.
My green book is on a table. My table is in my room.
Ihave a blue book. Have I a large room? Yes. I have.
Lesson 1 is short. It's my first lesson. Where is your pen?
---------------------------------------------------
I have a red book. The book is on a table. You have a green pen.The green pen is in my room. The table is on the floor.
where is your blue pen? It is on the small table.
where is the green table? It's in my room.
You have a small picture. The picture is in your book. It is in the first lesson.
----------------------------------------------------
Have you a table? Yes, I have. Show the table. Ihave a pen. My pen is thick. Have you a red pen? No, I haven't, my pen is blue. Is this a book? No, it isn't , it's an exercise-book. It is large? Yes, it is. You have a long pencil. Show a long pen. My pen isn't long, it's short. What is this? This is my hand. My pencil ison my book. Is my hand on the book? No, it isn't. What is on the table? My pen is on the table.
 

 
1. My car broke down yesterday, so I couldn't drive to work. I ha to take the bus. It isn't a serious problem, so I won't have to buy a new car. the car will be ready today, so I will be able to collect it after work and then I won't have to go by bus again tomorrow.
2. Martin had flu last week, so he couldn't go on holiday. He had to stay in bed for the first few days, because he felt very ill. After that he could get up. He feels ok now, but he isn't happy because he will have to go back to work on Monday. He won't be able to go on holiday again before next year.
----------------------------------------------------
1. They won't be able to make hot drinks, so they'll have to close the cafe.
2. They won't have to work all day, so they will be able to go to the cinema.
3. They won't have to get up early, so they'll be able to stay in bed.
4. Ryan won't be able to drive the car, so he'll have to take the bus.
5. Cindy won't have to serve customers, so she'll be able to do what she wants.
6. They'll have to pay for a new machine, so they won't be able to take a holiday this year.
7. Ryan won't be able to lift heavy things, so Cindy will have to do it.