Упражнение 20 Unit 1
ГДЗ English Михеева 11 класс - ответы
1. annoy (v): to make someone feel slightly angry or impatient. It annoys me when you don't listen to what I'm saying. Jack's manner to be Iate is beginning to annoy me.
2. annoyance (n): a slightly angry or impatient feeling. To my annoyance l found the shop dosed. Shaking his head m annoyance, Andrew Ieft the room and banged the door behind him.
3. beyond (prep/adv): 1) further away than sth else (formal). The sea was beyond the trees but we could hear it in the distance. She has never been anywhere beyond her home town; 2) continuing after a particular time or date. I'm not planning beyond the end of the month; 3) not able to be done. Unfortunately, the situation was beyond our control. The car was damaged so badly, that it was beyond repair. His complex ideas were beyond my understanding.
4. earnest (adj): serious and meaning what you say. No doubt, Steve is a very earnest yoang man. It's time to have a really earnest discussion of our problems.
5. fierce (adj): 1) involving very strong feelings such as determination, anger or hate. The other day we had a fierce debate on modern politics. He found himself under fierce criticism for his views; 2) involving a lot of force or energy. We followed the fierce competition between the two companies with a Iot of interest; 3) very angry or ready to attack. The fierce dog won't allow anyone to enter the house. What's the matter? Why do you Iook so fierce today?
6. fit (n): 1) a strong sudden physical reaction or emotion you cannot control. The comedy gave the viewers fits of laughter, i'm quite worried about your coughing fits. If l were you, I'd go and see the doctor. He often suffers from fits of depression. To have (throw) a fit. to get very angry and shout or become violent (informal). Mrs Wilson will have fts ifshe catches us in her garden; 2) being the right size or shape for someone or something (singular). You can adjust the width of the boots to get a better ft. By fits and starts, stopping and starting again. He has been writing his book by fts and starts for over ten years.
7. hit (hit, hit) (v): to deliberately touch sb or sth with a lot of force. A taxi almost hit him as he was crossing the street. I accidentally hit my knee on the desk. Ann hit him in_ the face. Don'tyou dare hit Rex with a stick!
8. ignorance (n): lack of knowledge about sth. / am embarrassed by my complete ignorance of history. I tried not to betray my ignorance. The two sisters lived m total ignorance of each other. To admit (confess) one’s ignorance. / had to confess my ignorance of these facts.
9. incident (n): something that happens, often, something that is unpleasant. These incidents were the latest in the series of disputes between the two nations. He came to regret the whole incident.
10. indignant (adj): shocked and angry because one thinks that something is unjust or unfair. She becomes absolutely indignant if anyone tries to contradict her. Jane became rather indignant over suggestions that she had lied. They were quite indignant at her remarks.
11. insult (n): a rude remark or sth a person says or does which insults you. Their behaviour was an insult to the people they represent.
12. resist (v): 1) to stop yourself from doing sth that you would very much like to do. Jane couldn't resist tasting all the dishes. I couldn't resist asking him about his new girlfriend. To resist (the) temptation. The children couldn't resist the temptation ofwatching their favourite cartoon; 2) to oppose or fight against someone or something. We need some medicine to help us resist infection. One criminal was injured while resisting arrest
13. irresistible (adj): impossible to refuse, not want or not like; to be too strong resisted, an irresistible desire, an irresistible smile. The sea was irresistible and we decided to have a swim.
14. roar (v): 1) to make a very loud noise. The engine roared and the vehicle leapt forward. The Iion roared in the distance. He roared with pain; 2) to laugh long and loudly. His jokes made us all roar (with laughter). He threw back his head and roared with laughter.
15. swear (swore, sworn) (v): 1) to use words that are deliberately offensive. That’s the first time I’ve ever heard him swear. She was shouting and swearing at everyone; 2) to make a sincere statement that you are telling the truth. "I've never seen the man — I swear." You swore to me that you would never see her again. I can't swear to it, but I think I saw him yesterday.
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