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500 most used English words

500 наиболее употребляемых английских слов

32 sense groups and 22 interpretations of the difference

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  • • it (it) is a calm word. this (zis) is this, the excretory word, just that. It is a pen. - this is a PEN, this is a pen - THIS pen.
  • • something (samsin) - anything in the statement. anything (enishi) - something, in question and denial. Do you have ANYthing? I do not have ANYthing. • all (ol) - everything or everything, if the decryption goes on. everything (eurysis) - everything, without decoding. I will buy ALL that we need. I will buy EVERYTHING. exceptions All right, That's all.
  • what (what) - what, What will you drink?
  • what + noun - what, What wine will you drink?
  • who (hu) - who
  • where (where) - where, Where do you live?
  • where + the verb of motion - where, Where will you go?
  • why (why) - why
  • when (en) - when
  • how (how) - how
  • how many + what can be counted on pieces - how many
  • how much + what is considered in kg, l, packs, pieces - how much
  • • yes - yes. not (notes) - not. no (no) - if not at the beginning. no (no) - no, if there is a noun or a gerund. Do you have any time? NO, I do not have any time. I have NO time.
  • • I have NO, NO time, NO smoking is an option that is sharper and categorical than not ... anything, not ... any time.
  • 🔹 Why you should pay close attention to this list. Because in our bodies nature has laid down priority needs. If we teach words in this order, they will be remembered easily and at ease. If the words "dish, spoon" try to teach without knowing the words "to drink, eat, search, then all for nothing".
  • If the description of their clothes and apartments or the names of fruits and vegetables we teach before the ability to negotiate with other people, then we will never leave our cozy, but no-one needed world. Let us learn the words in colloquially applied order!
  • to (tu) - to, to (where) I will go to Kiev.
  • in (in) - in (where) I live in Kiev.
  • from (from) - from
  • of (of) - transmits gender. case
  • on
  • with (uus) - with
  • without (visaut) - without
  • before (bifo) - before
  • after (afte) - after
  • between (bituin) - between
  • near near
  • for (for) - for
  • • 32 important prepositions of place and time
  • facebook.com/angliyskiy.zhemchug/posts/1945151909081508
  • please (pliz) - please, ask
  • sorry (sorry) - sorry
  • you are welcome - please, not at all.
  • hello (hello) - hello.
  • hi (hi) - hello
  • goodbye (goodbye) - bye, bye
  • see you (cu yu) - see you
  • and (end) - and
  • but (baht) - but
  • or (o) - or
  • because (bicosis) - because
  • if (ψ) if
  • that (zet) - that
  • I (ah) - I
  • you are you; you; You
  • he (hee) - he
  • she (she) is she;
  • it (it) - it
  • we (ui) - we
  • they (zey) - they
  • my (may) is my
  • your (ё) - yours, yours
  • his (his) his
  • her (he) - her
  • our (aue) is our
  • their (zee) - their
  • • his (their) + noun = his (their), otherwise him (them). I love his son. I love him. I've been him for a long time. I love him passionately.
  • do (do) - do ordinary things, act
  • make (make) - do, manufacture, invent
  • be
  • will (will) be, will be
  • live (live) - live
  • have (hev) - have
  • • Have you - Have you got - Have you got?
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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 (can) - be able to physically
  • may (may) have permission
  • be able to be able to be complex
  • must (must)
  • should (should) be due several times weaker.
  • I must do it. - 100%, I should do it. - I should have 20%
  • can - be able to 100%, could - be able to 20%
  • may - be able to 100%, might (might) - be able to 20%
  • show - show
  • see (s) - see
  • look - watch
  • ask (ask) - ask
  • hear (hear) - hear
  • question is a question
  • answer (anser) - answer, answer
  • explain (explain) - explain
  • meet (meet), meet, get acquainted
  • give (giv) - give
  • take (take) - take, take, take away
  • bring (bring), bring
  • call (call) - call, call
  • send - send
  • get (get) - get, get
  • invite (invite) - invite
  • stand - stand
  • work (work) - work
  • say (say something)
  • tell (tel) - tell someone something
  • speak - speak, speak
  • talk (talk), talk, more spoken word
  • • If after a "talk" comes at once About Something or With someone, choose speak or talk. otherwise tell or say. I spoke / talked with him / about work. I told him that I could do it. I said I could do it.
  • • look-see-watch, listen-hear, speak-talk-tell-say
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  • here here; here
  • there (there) - there; there
  • now - now, now
  • already (olradi) - already
  • still (styl) - still, in the statement
  • yet (yet) - yet (not), in denial
  • I am STILL at home. I am NOT at home YET.
  • such (sach) is
  • so (co) - so
  • every (evry) - each
  • very very
  • many (meni) - many + word in mn.chisle
  • much (mache) - a lot + a word in the unit.
  • few (few) - little + word in mn.chisle
  • little (litl) - little + word in the unit.
  • • few - few and not enough, few. A few - a few and enough. little - little and not enough, little. A little - a little and enough. SOME - a few, a little. it's more than A few or A little, it's always enough.
  • name (name) - name
  • address (address) - address
  • phone number - phone number
  • age (age) - age
  • married (married) - married, married
  • letter (latter) - letter
  • email (email) - email
  • people (people) - people
  • man - man
  • woman (voumen) - woman
  • child (child) - child
  • boy (boy) - boy
  • girl (girl) - girl
  • friend (friend) is a friend
  • job (job) - work paid
  • work (jobs) as work
  • teacher (teacher) - teacher
  • driver (driver) - driver
  • worker
  • engineer (engineer) - engineer
  • doctor (doctor) - doctor
  • nurse - nurse
  • shop assistant (shop assistant) - seller
  • accountant (accountant) - accountant
  • student (student) - student
  • pupil
  • • 150 office duties of an office worker. En-Ru
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  • family (family) - family
  • parents (parents) - parents
  • father (father)
  • mother (mother) - mother
  • husband (husband) - husband
  • wife (wife) - wife
  • son
  • daughter (daughter) - daughter
  • brother (brother) - brother
  • sister (sister) - sister
  • grandfather - grandfather
  • grandmother (grandmother) - grandmother
  • uncle - uncle
  • aunt (ant) - aunt
  • eat (it) - eat, eat
  • drink (drink) - drink
  • cook cook; Cook
  • sell (sell) - sell
  • buy (buy) - buy
  • price (price) - price
  • money (mani) - money
  • try (try) - try, try
  • find (find) - find
  • fall (fall) - fall
  • read - read
  • play - play
  • think
  • want (want) - want
  • know (know)
  • feel - feel
  • be sure - be sure
  • get (get) - get, get, get
  • • Logic of the verb GET, explaining its 50+ values
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  • time - time
  • year (yer) - year
  • week (week) - a week
  • hour (ayur) - hour
  • minute (min) - minute
  • yesterday (yesterday) - yesterday
  • today (тудэй) - today
  • tomorrow (tomorrow) - tomorrow
  • holiday (Holiday) - holiday
  • morning (Morning) - morning
  • day (day) - day night (night) - night
  • Monday (Monday) Monday
  • Tuesday (tuздdэй) - Tuesday
  • Wednesday (Wednesday) - Wednesday
  • Thursday (surdzei) - Thursday
  • Friday (friday) - Friday
  • Saturday (сээррдэй) - Saturday
  • Sunday (Sunday) - Sunday
  • month (month) - month
  • January (January) - January
  • February (februeri) - February
  • March (March) - March
  • April (April) - April
  • May (May) - May
  • June (June) - June
  • July (julai) - July
  • August (August) - August
  • September (September) - September
  • October (Octouber) - October
  • November (Novemberember) - November
  • December (disembar) - December
  • sleep (slip) - sleep
  • wake (wake) - wake up
  • wash (wash), wash, rub
  • try (try) - try, try
  • find (find) - find
  • bring (bring), bring
  • smile (smile) - smile
  • cost (cost) - cost
  • learn (learn)
  • teach (teach) - teach
  • write (writing) - write
  • change (from) to change
  • close (clouse) - close
  • open (open) - open
  • dance (dance) - dance
  • collect - collect
  • love (love) - love
  • draw draw
  • choose (chosen) - choose
  • thing (sing) - thing
  • pen (pen) - pen
  • book (book) - book
  • telephone (telephone) - telephone
  • TV-set (tiviset) - TV
  • bag - bag
  • map map
  • card (card) - postcard
  • camera (camera) - camera, camera
  • picture (picchar) - picture
  • paper (paper) - paper
  • newspaper (newspiper) - newspaper
  • city ​​(city) is a big city
  • town - small town
  • flat flat
  • café - cafe
  • food - food
  • school (school)
  • square (squire) - area
  • house (house) - house
  • river (river) - river
  • hotel (houtel) - hotel
  • park
  • bank (bank) - bank
  • cinema (sinem) - cinema
  • hospital (hospice) - hospital
  • market (marquee) - market
  • police (police) - police
  • station (station) - station, station
  • center (saint) - center
  • shop (shop) - shop
  • surprise (surprise) - surprise
  • problem - problem
  • street (street) - street; road
  • stop (stop) - stop
  • crossing
  • place - place
  • car (car) - car
  • tram (tram) - tram
  • bus (bass) - bus
  • train - train
  • plane - plane
  • ticket (ticket) - ticket
  • season (season), season
  • spring (spring) - spring
  • summer (summer) - summer
  • autumn (autumn) - autumn
  • winter (winter) - winter
  • • in winter, in summer) - in (the) winter, in (the) summer. Seasons may be with the article - more often in Americans and without - more often in the British. Both options are correct.
  • weather (weather) - weather
  • rain (rain) - rain
  • wind (wind) - wind
  • snow (snow) - snow
  • sky (sky) - sky
  • sun
  • color (kale) - color
  • black (black) - black
  • blue (blue) - blue; blue
  • brown (brown) - brown
  • green (green) - green
  • gray (gray) - gray
  • red (red) - red
  • white (white) - white
  • yellow (yellow) - yellow
  • quality (quality), quality
  • old - old
  • young (young) - young
  • new - new
  • big (big) - big
  • small (pitches) - small
  • hungry (Hungry) - hungry
  • full - full; full
  • good (good) - good
  • bad (bad) - bad
  • early (ёли) - early
  • late (late) - late
  • last - last, last
  • next (next) - next
  • free (free) - free; free
  • hot (hot) - hot; hot
  • warm (warm) - warm
  • cold (cold) - cold
  • high - high
  • tall (tall) - high (about growth)
  • short (short) - short; low
  • long is long; long
  • heavy - heavy
  • light (light) - light; light coloured
  • dark (dark) - dark
  • expensive (ixpens) - expensive
  • cheap (chip) - cheap
  • left
  • right (right); correct
  • fast fast
  • slow - slow
  • soft (soft) - soft
  • hard - hard
  • beautiful (beautiful) - beautiful
  • handsome - beautiful
  • careful (attentive) - considerate
  • sad (sad) - sad
  • glad (glad) - joyful
  • happy (happy) - happy
  • ready (ready) - ready
  • angry (angry) - angry
  • main - main, main
  • number (nambar) - number, number
  • figure -
  • one (one) - one
  • two (tu) - two
  • three (sri) - three
  • four (four) - four
  • five (files) - five
  • six (six) - six
  • seven (seven) - seven
  • eight (eights) - eight
  • nine (Nine) - nine
  • ten (ten) - ten
  • eleven (eleven) - eleven
  • twelve (twelve) - twelve
  • thirteen (Dietin) - thirteen
  • fourteen (fotin) - fourteen
  • fifteen (feftin) - fifteen
  • sixteen (sixteen) - sixteen
  • seventeen (sevntin) - seventeen
  • eighteen (ietin) - eighteen
  • nineteen (nainthin) - nineteen
  • twenty (tuenti) - twenty
  • thirty (honeycombs) - thirty
  • forty (foti) - forty
  • fifty (fifty) fifty
  • sixty (sixty) - sixty
  • seventy (sevnti) - seventy
  • eighty (eighty) - eighty
  • ninety (ninty) - ninety
  • hundred (monster) - one hundred
  • thousand (sauzend) - one thousand
  • 🔹 I wrote Russian letters reading - for quite newcomers. As you develop the transcription icons, delete the Russian spelling - because your brain will try to go along the easy path and visually memorize not English spelling, but Russian-speaking scoring. Reading rules in the form of a visual table I attached under the post.
  • • Video sounding of British transcription icons and why you do not need to learn the English alphabet facebook.com/angliyskiy.zhemchug/videos/1711737152422986/
  • say [say] - say - said - said [sad]
  • pay [pay] - pay - paid - paid [pade]
  • lay [Lay] - put - laid - laid [lade]
  • drink [drink] - drink - drank [drank] - drunk [shoe]
  • swim [swim] - swim - swam [sum] - swum [suam]
  • sing [sing] - sing - sang [sang] - sung [sang]
  • begin [bigain] - start - started [bigen] - begun [bigan]
  • ring [ring] - ring, ring - rang [rank] - rung [rank]
  • fly [fly] - fly; fly - flew [flu:] - flown [flown]
  • know [know] - know - knew [nyu:] - known [noon]
  • draw [draw:] - draw - drew [other:] - drawn [draw: н]
  • throw [sróu] - throw - threw [sru:] - thrown [dawn]
  • grow [grow] - grow, grow - grew [gro:] - grown [groun]
  • speak [sleep: to] - talk - spoke [spook] - name [spoen]
  • choose [chu: h] - choose - chose [chouz] - chosen [chouzen]
  • wake [Wake] - wake up - woke [wowk] - woken [wouken]
  • break [break] - break - broke [brooke] - broken [broken]
  • show [show] - show - showed [show] - shown [shaun]
  • 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: g] - read - read - read [RED]
  • send [sand] - send - sent -sent [sent]
  • spend [spand] - spend - spent -spent [spent]
  • lend [Land] - borrow - lent - lent [lant]
  • build [build] - build - built - built [bilt]
  • feel [fit: l] - feel - felt - felt [Felt]
  • meet [m: t] - meet - met-met [mat]
  • sleep [merg: n] - sleep - slept - slept [slap]
  • keep [ki: n] - keep, keep - kept - kept [kapt]
  • to leave; leave; leave - left -
  • buy [buy] - buy - bought - bought [b: t]
  • bring [bring] - bring, bring -brought-brought [bro: t]
  • teach [ti: h] - teach, teach - taught - taught [that: t]
  • think [sync] - think - thought - thought [co: t]
  • fight [fight] - fight, fight - fought - fought [ph: t]
  • catch [cache] - catch - caught - caught [co: t]

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