Read e-book online 101 American English Idioms w/Audio CD: Learn to speak Like PDF

By Harry Collis, Mario Risso

ISBN-10: 0071487727

ISBN-13: 9780071487726

This ebook makes American English words “duck soup.”

one hundred and one American English Idioms takes the secret out of those universal U.S. expressions and explains their meanings in context. at the audio CD, local audio system learn all the one zero one idioms, so that you can pay attention how American English sounds and perform what you've gotten discovered.

What americans particularly suggest once they say . . .

  • Drive somebody up a wall --annoy a person enormously
  • Raise a stink --protest strongly
  • Pull a persons leg --fool anyone
  • All thumbs --clumsy
  • Shoot the breeze --chat informally
  • Feel like 1000000 funds --feel very good
  • Duck soup --easy, effortless

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Flying: fliegend, Fliegen. fond: zärtlich, verliebt, liebevoll. lump: Klumpen, Stück, Masse, Kloß, Fragment, Bruchstück, Tölpel, Holzschuh, Fleck, Klecks, Knoten. mince: Hackfleisch, Zerhacken. nest: Nest, nisten, Horst, verschachteln, einnisten. observe: beobachten, beobachtest, beobachtet, beobachte, befolgen, wahrnehmen, betrachten, bemerken, feststellen, einhalten, entdecken. raisin: Rosine. repainted: übermalte. sap: Saft, abbrechen, abreißen, niederreißen, abtragen, wegreißen, abwracken, zerlegen, aushöhlen, verschrotten.

Counting: Zählend, Zählen, Abzählend. cream: sahne, Rahm, creme, Schlagsahne, Hautcreme. crust: Kruste, Schorf, Rinde, Pappen, Borke, Schorfig werden. flying: fliegend, Fliegen. fond: zärtlich, verliebt, liebevoll. lump: Klumpen, Stück, Masse, Kloß, Fragment, Bruchstück, Tölpel, Holzschuh, Fleck, Klecks, Knoten. mince: Hackfleisch, Zerhacken. nest: Nest, nisten, Horst, verschachteln, einnisten. observe: beobachten, beobachtest, beobachtet, beobachte, befolgen, wahrnehmen, betrachten, bemerken, feststellen, einhalten, entdecken.

Hardly: kaum, hart, schwerlich. neck: Hals, Nacken, Genick, ficken, miteinander schlafen, Liebe machen, Geschlechtsverkehr haben, sich lieben, bumsen, Ausschnitt. ringing: rufen, läutend, Überschwingen. song: Lied, Gesang, Melodie, Liedchen, Gesänge, Ballade. standing: stehend, Stehen, stillstehend, gerade, Ansehen, aufrecht. startled: schrecktet auf, schreckte auf, schreckten auf, schrecktest auf, aufgeschreckt, aufgeschrocken, aufgefahren. ticking: Tickend, Drell, Inlett. written: geschrieben, schriftlich, verfaßt, abgefaßt.

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