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Изучаем английские фразеологизмы Часть 1

После изучения идиом по Round Up 5, мы продолжаем вас знакомить с идиомами из Round Up 6. В этой записи мы работаем с содержанием юнита 1.

Список фразеологизмов для изучения

а big hand — аплодировать кому-то
a big mouth — говорить громко или нагло
a big head — быть о себе высокого мнения
a bitter pill — горькая пилюля
a blessing in disguise -нет лиха без добра
a bright spark — умник (c негативным оттенком)
a close shave — на волосок от гибели

Упражнение на закрепление изученных фразеологизмов

The concert was superb so the audience gave him a big hand.
Their defeat was a bit of a blow, a bitter pill to swallow.
They survived but that was a close shave.
Some bright spark suggested having a midnight swim.
Jim thinks he has a big mouth and I have to ask him to keep his voice down.
Losing my job turned out to be a blessing in disguise as I found a much better one shortly after the incident.
Tom has a big head, but he is not so clever.
You don’t have enough experience to be given this job. That’s a bitter pill to swallow.
Something which is a blessing in disguise is not always pleasant but it may have a positive effect on your later life..
The teenagers had a big mouth and the teacher sent for the headmaster.
Some bright spark left the tap running all night long.
The spectators were so impressed that they gave both teams a big hand.
I had a close shave this morning, — some idiot almost knocked me off my motorbike.
The boy claims to have a big head, yet the fact is that he has failed his exam.

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