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500 most used English words

500 наиболее употребляемых английских слов

32 semantic groups and 22 interpretations of difference

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  • • it (it) is a calm word. this (zis) is a distinguishing word, this is it. It is a pen. is a HANDLE, this is a pen - THIS is a pen.
  • • something (samsin) - anything in the statement. anything (anisin) - anything, in question and denial. Do you have ANYthing? I do not have ANYthing. • all (ol) - all or all if decryption goes further. everything (eurisin) - everything, without decryption. I will buy ALL that we need. I will buy EVERYTHING. exceptions All right, That's all.
  • what (wat) - what, what will you drink?
  • what + noun - what, What wine will you drink?
  • who (hu) - who
  • where (yeah) - where, Where do you live?
  • where + verb of movement - where, Where will you go?
  • why (wye) - why
  • when (wen) - when
  • how (how) - how
  • how many + what can be considered piece by piece - how many
  • how much + what is counted in kg, l, in packs, pieces - how much
  • • yes - yes. not (notes) - not. no (no) - no, if it is at the very beginning. no (no) - none if it is in front of a noun or gerund. Do you have any time? NO, I do NOT have any time. I have NO time.
  • • I have NOthing, NO time, NO smoking - this option is sharper and more categorical than not ... anything, not ... any time.
  • 🔹 Why you should pay close attention to this list. Because nature has put priority needs in our bodies. If we learn words in this order, they will be remembered easily and naturally. If the words "plate, spoon" try to learn without knowing the words "drink, eat, look, then all is wasted."
  • If we will teach the description of our clothes and apartment or the name of fruit and vegetables before the ability to negotiate with other people, we will never leave our cozy, but useless world. Let’s learn words in colloquially applied order!
  • to (tu) - k, c (where) I will go to Kiev.
  • in (in) - in (where) I live in Kiev.
  • from (from) - from
  • of (of) - transfers the genus. case of someone
  • on (he) - on
  • with (wiz) - with
  • without (visaout) - without
  • before (bifo) - before
  • after (after) - after
  • between (bitumin) - between
  • near (nie) - near
  • for (fo) - for
  • • 32 most important prepositions of place and time
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  • please (pliz) - please, please
  • sorry (litter) - sorry
  • you are welcome - please, no reason at all
  • hello (hello) - hello.
  • hi (hi) - hello
  • goodbye (goodbye) - bye, bye
  • see you
  • and (end) - and
  • but (baht) - but
  • or (o) - or
  • because (bicosis) - because
  • if (if) - if
  • that (z) - what
  • I (ay) - me
  • you (s) - you; you; You
  • he (hee) - he
  • she (she) - she;
  • it (it) - it
  • we (yi) - we
  • they (zey) - they
  • my (may) - my
  • your (y) - yours, yours
  • his (hees) - his
  • her (hyo) - her
  • our (aue) - our
  • their (ze) - their
  • • his (them) + noun = his (their), otherwise him (them). I love his son. I love him. I've loved him for a long time. I love him passionately.
  • do (do) - do ordinary things, act
  • make (make) - make, make, invent
  • be (bi) - to be, to be
  • will (pitchfork) - I will, will
  • live (liv) - live
  • have (have) - have
  • • Have you - Do you have - Have you got - Have you gotten?
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  • come (kam) - come, come
  • go (go) - go, go, leave
  • • the difference between leave - go - arrive - come - get
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  • can (ken) - be able to physically
  • may (may) - be able to have permission
  • be able (bi weable) - be able to be able to difficult
  • must (mast) - to be due
  • should (shud) - should be several times weaker.
  • I must do it. - 100%, I should do it. - I should be 20%
  • can - be able to 100%, could - be able to 20%
  • may - be able to 100%, might (byte) - could be 20%
  • show - show
  • see (si) - see
  • look (bow) - look
  • ask (ask) - ask
  • hear (hie) - hear
  • question (question) - question
  • answer (anser) - answer, answer
  • explain (iksplane) - to explain
  • meet (mit) - meet, meet
  • give (giv) - give
  • take (take) - take, take, carry away
  • bring (bring) - bring, bring
  • call (count) - call, call
  • send (sand) - send
  • get (get) - get, get
  • invite (invite) - invite
  • stand (stand) - stand
  • work (work) - work
  • say (say) - say something
  • tell (tel) - tell someone something
  • speak - speak, speak
  • talk (talk) - speak more colloquial word
  • • If after “talking” immediately comes About something or With someone, select speak or talk. otherwise tell or say. I spoke / talked with him / about work. I told him that I could do it. I said him that I could do it.
  • • look - see - watch, listen - hear, speak - talk - tell - say
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  • here (hie) - here; here
  • there (ze) - there; there
  • now (wow) - now, now
  • already (olrady) - already
  • still (style) - still, in the statement
  • yet (yet) - yet (not), in denial
  • I am STILL at home. I am NOT at home YET.
  • such (sach) - such
  • so (sow) - so
  • every (evry) - every
  • very (veri) - very
  • many (mani) - many + word in plural
  • much (mah) - many + words in singular
  • few (few) - few + word in plural
  • little (little) - a little + a word in singular
  • • few - few and not enough, few. And few are few and enough. little - little and not enough, little. And little is little and enough. SOME - a few, a little. it is more than A few or A little, always enough.
  • name (name) - name
  • address (address) - address
  • phone number (phone namber) - phone number
  • age (age) - age
  • married (marrid) - married, married
  • letter (letter) - letter
  • email (email) - email
  • people (people) - people
  • man (man) - man
  • woman (vumen) - woman
  • child (child) - child
  • boy (fight) - boy
  • girl (girl) - girl
  • friend - friend
  • job (job) - paid work
  • work (work) - work as employment
  • teacher (teacher) - teacher
  • driver - driver
  • worker (workar) - worker
  • engineer (engineer) - engineer
  • doctor (doctor) - doctor
  • nurse - nurse
  • shop assistant (shop assistant) - seller
  • accountant - accountant
  • student (student) - student
  • pupil (pupil) - schoolboy
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  • family (family) - family
  • parents (perants) - parents
  • father (phaser) - father
  • mother (maser) - mother
  • husband (hazband) - husband
  • wife (wif) - wife
  • son (san) - son
  • daughter (Doter) - daughter
  • brother (brazer) - brother
  • sister (sister) - sister
  • grandfather (grandfather) - grandfather
  • grandmother - grandmother
  • uncle (uncle) - uncle
  • aunt (ant) - aunt
  • eat (it) - eat, eat
  • drink (drink) - drink
  • cook (cook) - cook; Cook
  • sell (sel) - sell
  • buy (buy) - buy
  • price (price) - price
  • money (mani) - money
  • try - try, try
  • find (find) - find
  • fall (foul) - fall
  • read (read) - read
  • play (play) - play
  • think (sink) - think
  • want (wont) - want
  • know (know) - to know
  • feel (phil) - feel
  • be sure (bi-shuer) - be sure
  • get (get) - become, receive, get
  • • The logic of the verb GET, explaining its 50+ meanings
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  • time (time) - time
  • year (yer) - year
  • week (weekend) - week
  • hour (Auer) - hour
  • minute -
  • yesterday (yestaday) - yesterday
  • today (tudey) - today
  • tomorrow (tomorrow) - tomorrow
  • holiday (holiday) - holiday
  • morning (morning) - morning
  • day (day) - day night (night) - night
  • Monday (Manday) - Monday
  • Tuesday (tuzday) - tuesday
  • Wednesday (wenzday) - Wednesday
  • Thursday (Sunday) - Thursday
  • Friday (Friday) - Friday
  • Saturday (Saturday) - Saturday
  • Sunday (Sunday) - Sunday
  • month (mans) - month
  • January (January) - January
  • February (february) - February
  • March - March
  • April (April) - April
  • May - May
  • June (June) - June
  • July (July) - July
  • August (August) - August
  • September (September) - September
  • October (Oktober) - October
  • November (nouvember) - November
  • December (deisember) - December
  • sleep (slip) - sleep
  • wake - wake up
  • wash (wash) - wash, wash
  • try - try, try
  • find (find) - find
  • bring (bring) - bring, bring
  • smile (smile) - smile
  • cost (cost) - cost
  • learn (lern) - learn
  • teach (tich) - to teach
  • write (wright) - write
  • change (change) - (from) change
  • close (close) - close
  • open (open) - open
  • dance (dance) - dance
  • collect - collect
  • love (love) - to love
  • draw (draw) - draw
  • choose (chuz) - choose
  • thing (sing) - thing
  • pen (pen) - pen
  • book (beech) - book
  • telephone (telifone) - telephone
  • TV-set (tiviset) - TV
  • bag (bag) - bag
  • map (map) - map
  • card (card) - postcard
  • camera (camara) - camera, camera
  • picture (piccher) - picture
  • paper (paper) - paper
  • newspaper (newsper) - newspaper
  • city ​​(city) - a large city
  • town (town) - a small town
  • flat (flat) - apartment
  • café
  • food (food) - food
  • school (school) - school
  • square (square) - area
  • house (house) - house
  • river (river) - river
  • hotel (hotel) - hotel
  • park - park
  • bank
  • cinema (cinema) - cinema
  • hospital (hospital) - hospital
  • market (markit) - market
  • police (policy) - police
  • station (station) - station, station
  • center (center) - center
  • shop (shop) - shop
  • surprise (surprise) - surprise
  • problem
  • street (street) - street; road
  • stop - stop
  • crossing - crossroads
  • place (place) - place
  • car
  • tram (tram) - tram
  • bus (bass) - bus
  • train (train) - train
  • plane (plane) - plane
  • ticket (ticket) - ticket
  • season (siz) - season, season
  • spring (spring) - spring
  • summer (sammar) - summer
  • autumn (otem) - autumn
  • winter (winter) - winter
  • • in winter, in summer) - in (the) winter, in (the) summer. seasons can be with the article - more often with the Americans and without - more often with the British. Both options are correct.
  • weather (weather) - weather
  • rain (rain) - rain
  • wind (wind) - wind
  • snow (snow) - snow
  • sky - sky
  • sun (san) - the sun
  • color (kale) - color
  • black - black
  • blue (blue) - blue; blue
  • brown (brown) - brown
  • green (green) - green
  • gray - gray
  • red (red) - red
  • white (white) - white
  • yellow (yellow) - yellow
  • quality (quality) - quality, property
  • old (old) - old
  • young (young) - young
  • new (new) - new
  • big (big) - big
  • small (resin) - small
  • hungry (hungry) - hungry
  • full (full) - full; full
  • good (good) - good
  • bad (bad) - bad
  • early (spruce) - early
  • late (late) - late
  • last (last) - last, last
  • next (next) - next
  • free (free) - free; free
  • hot (hot) - hot; hot
  • warm (worm) - warm
  • cold (could) - cold
  • high (high) - high
  • tall (tol) - high (about growth)
  • short (short) - short; low
  • long (long) - long; long
  • heavy (heavy) - heavy
  • light (light) - light; light coloured
  • dark (dark) - dark
  • expensive (expensive) - dear
  • cheap (chip) - cheap
  • left (left) - left
  • right (right) - on the right; right
  • fast (fast) - fast
  • slow (slow) - slow
  • soft (software) - soft
  • hard (hard) - hard
  • beautiful (beautiful) - beautiful
  • handsome (Hensham) - handsome
  • careful (keful) - attentive
  • sad (sad) - sad
  • glad (glad) - joyful
  • happy (happy) - happy
  • ready (redi) - ready
  • angry (angry) - angry
  • main (main) - main, main
  • number (namber) - number, number
  • figure -
  • one (one) - one
  • two (tu) - two
  • three (sri) - three
  • four (fo) - four
  • five (file) - five
  • six (six) - six
  • seven (seven) - seven
  • eight (eyt) - eight
  • nine (nine) - nine
  • ten (ten) - ten
  • eleven (eleven) - eleven
  • twelve (tuelv) - twelve
  • thirteen (sёtin) - thirteen
  • fourteen (fotin) - fourteen
  • fifteen (Fiftin) - fifteen
  • sixteen (sistine) - sixteen
  • seventeen (savintin) - seventeen
  • eighteen (eithin) - eighteen
  • nineteen - nineteen
  • twenty (tuenti) - twenty
  • thirty (networks) - thirty
  • forty (foti) - forty
  • fifty (fifty) - fifty
  • sixty (sixty) - sixty
  • seventy (savnti) - seventy
  • eighty (eite) - eighty
  • ninety - ninety
  • hundred (handrad) - one hundred
  • thousand (sousend) - thousand
  • 🔹 I wrote a reading in Russian letters - for absolutely beginners. As you master the transcription icons, delete the Russian-language spelling - because your brain will try to go the easy way and visually remember not the English spelling, but the Russian-language spelling. I attached the reading rules in the form of a visual table under the post.
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  • say [say] - say - said - said [sad]
  • pay [pay] - pay - paid - paid [pade]
  • lay [lay] - lay - laid - laid [lad]
  • drink [drink] - drink - drank [drunk] - drunk [drunk]
  • swim [swim] - swim - swam [swam] - swum [swam]
  • sing [sing] - to sing - sang [sang] - sung [sang]
  • begin [bigin] - begin - began [bigan] - begun [bigan]
  • ring [ring] - ring, ring - rang [rank] - rung [rank]
  • fly [fly] - fly; fly - flew [flu:] - flown [flun]
  • know [know] - know - knew [nu:] - known [no]
  • draw [draw:] - draw - drew [dr:] - drawn [draw: n]
  • throw [sow] - throw - threw [sr:] - thrown [sroun]
  • grow [grow] - grow, grow - grew [gro:] - grown [grow]
  • speak [sleep: to] - talk - spoke [spook] - spoken [spoken]
  • choose [chu: h] - choose - chose [chous] - chosen [chousen]
  • wake [wake] - wake up - woke [wake] - woken [wowken]
  • break [break] - break - broke [brook] - broken [broken]
  • show [show] - show - showed [show] - shown [shawn]
  • cut [cut] - cut - cut - cut [cut]
  • put [put] - put, put, put - put - put [put]
  • cost [cost] - cost - cost - cost [cost]
  • let [years] - allow - let - let [years]
  • hit [hit] - hit - hit - hit [hit]
  • read [ri: d] - read - read - read [red]
  • send [send] - send - sent -sent [sent]
  • spend [spand] - spend - spent -spent [spent]
  • lend [land] - lend - lent - lent [lent]
  • build [build] - build - built - built [bilt]
  • feel [fi: l] - feel - felt - felt [felt]
  • meet [mi: t] - meet - met - met [met]
  • sleep [if: n] - sleep - slept - slept [slept]
  • keep [ki: n] - keep, keep - kept - kept [cap]
  • leave [whether: in] - leave; leave; to leave - left - left [lift]
  • buy [buy] - buy - bought - bought [bo: t]
  • bring [bring] - bring, bring -brought - brought [bro: t]
  • teach [ty: h] - to teach, to teach - taught - taught [that: t]
  • think [sync] - think - thought - thought [co: t]
  • fight [fight] - fight, fight - fought - fought [pho: t]
  • catch [cache] - catch - caught - caught [co: t]

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