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BK
1st publ.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 2005
190 s. : il.

objednat
ISBN 0-521-60378-1 (brož.)
Obsahuje ilustrace, fotografie
Angličtina - spojení slovní - učebnice
000031514
Contents // Acknowledgements 3 // To the student (and the teacher) 4 // Learning about collocations // 1 What is a collocation? // 2 Finding, recording and learning collocations // 3 Using your dictionary // 4 Types of collocation // 5 Register // Grammatical aspects of collocations // 6 Intensifying adverbs highly unlikely, utterly ridiculous, strongly object // 7 Everyday verbs 1 make a mistake, do your best, do damage // 8 Everyday verbs 2 go bald, become extinct, fall ill // 9 Everyday verbs 3 have fun, take action, pay a compliment // Special aspects of collocation // 10 Synonyms and confusable words 1 close a meeting, antique furniture, only child // 11 Synonyms and confusable words 2 gain power, achieve your goals, defeat an opponent // 12 Metaphor sunny smile, ideas flow, heated discussion // Topics: Travel and the environment // 13 Weather strong wind, blanket of fog, river bursts its banks // 14 Travel tiring journey, aisle seat, family-run hotel // 15 Countryside surrounding countryside, well worth seeing // 16 Towns and cities lined with shops, sprawling city, volume of traffic // Topics: People and relationships // 17 People: character and behaviour have a vivid imagination, lose your patience // 18 People: physical appearance slender waist, immaculately groomed // 19 Families distant cousin, expecting a baby, stable home // 20 Relationships casual acquaintance, love at first sight // 21 Feelings and emotions lasting happiness, worried sick, emotional wreck // Topics: Leisure and lifestyle // 22 Houses, flats and rooms move into a flat, spacious living room // 23 Eating and drinking nourishing meal, spoil your appetite, dying of hunger // 24 Films and books film critic, go on the stage, renew a library book // 25 Music give a performance, go on tour, strum a guitar // 26 Sport go snowboarding, take a penalty //
27 Health and illness catch a cold, vigorous exercise, be taken ill // Topics: Work and study // 28 Computers forward a message, e-mail bounces // 29 Study and learning do research, attend a lecture, first draft // 30 Work high-powered job, hand in your notice // 31 Business set up a business, launch a product, rival company // 32 Academic writing 1: giving opinions key factor, challenge a theory, carry out research // 33 Academic writing 2: structuring an argument make reference to, argue convincingly, research suggests // Topics: Society and institutions // 34 Laws and punishments break the law, bend the rules, fair trial // 35 Crime hardened criminal, juvenile crime, tackle crime // 36 News hit the headlines, hold talks, take hostage // 37 Money squander money, price soars, go cheap // 38 War and peace war breaks out, restore order, call a truce // 39 Global problems irreparable damage, eradicate poverty, earthquake hits // Basic concepts // 40 Time save time, ungodly hours, from dawn till dusk // 41 Sound break the silence, excessive noise, almighty bang // 42 Distance and size within commuting distance, painfully thin // 43 Colour and light bright colour, beam of light, shed some light on // 44 Texture choppy sea, soft pillow, ice melts // 45 Taste and smell fragrant perfume, have a taste, smell danger // 46 Number and frequency significant number, come to a total of, rare species // 47 Movement and speed prompt payment, painfully slow, lose your balance // 48 Change make an adjustment, break a habit, change the subject // 49 Ways of speaking brief chat, raise a subject, drop a hint // 50 Ways of walking / pace up and down, wander aimlessly, faltering steps // Functions //
51 Starting and finishing promising start, bring something to an end // 52 Talking about success and failure make a breakthrough, fail miserably // 53 Talking about cause and effect cause alarm, adverse effects, have a major impact // 54 Remembering and sensing vaguely remember, blot out a memory, have a feeling // 55 Agreeing and disagreeing settle a dispute, agree to differ, heated argument // 56 Talking about beliefs and opinions firmly believe, colour someone’s judgement // 57 Deciding and choosing arrive at a decision, have second thoughts, tough choice // 58 Claiming and denying make the point that, contradictory evidence// 59 Liking and disliking // 60 Praising and criticising have a liking, state a preference, take offence // Key // Index // 126

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