Упражнение 6 Unit 5 Секция 1
ГДЗ English Михеева 9 класс - ответы
rely — полагаться
within — внутри, в пределах, в течение
decision — решение
brain — ум, разум
admiration — восхищение
occur — 1) происходить; 2) приходить в голову
chore — 1) обязанность (чаще домашняя); 2) бремя
waste — тратить понапрасну
eventually — в конце концов, в конечном счете
choice — выбор
discourage — обескураживать, отговаривать
find out — найти, обнаружить
give up — отказаться
make up one’s mind — решить что-то делать
change one’s mind — передумать
rely (v): to rely on/upon somebody (something). You can’t rely on the weather in this part of the world. John is absolutely honest, you can rely on his word. Rely on my/me doing it.
within: within an hour, within a long period of time, within the next 24 hours, within the past few weeks; within the UK, within the walls of the city, within one’s power. She came to the door and heard some voices within. The government is doing everything within its power to save the journalists.
decision (n): a clever decision, an important decision, a difficult decision, to make a decision. Your decision is very unwise. I would like you to think the problem over again and come to see me tomorrow. We need your final decision by Friday. Who makes decisions in your family?
brain (n): brains, to use one’s brains, the left/right brain, to get something on the brain, my tired brain, his quick brain. The left brain controls the right-hand side of the body. He’s got football on the brain — he can’t think about anything else.
admiration (n): to be filled with (to be full of) admiration, to feel admiration for somebody, to have a great (deep) admiration for one’s teacher. Jane stared at Father Frost in open admiration.
occur (occurred) (v): 1) to be likely/unlikely to occur, to occur quite naturally. The police said the accident occurred at 4 p. m. 2) to occur to somebody. It suddenly occurred to me that I would never see them again.
chore (n): 1) to do one’s chores, (the) household chores, daily chores. You can go and play after you have done your chores. It usually takes me two hours to do my household chores. 2) Walking the dog early in the morning is a real chore.
waste (v): to waste time (money, efforts, etc.) on sb/sth. I’m not going to waste any more time on the problem. Why do you waste your money on lottery tickets?
eventually (adv): Did they ever pay you? — Eventually, yes. We are hoping eventually he’ll pass his exam.
choice (n): to make a choice, a big choice of books, her final choice. Amy bought a red bag but my choice was white. Our parents can influence our choice of career.
discourage (v): to discourage people from doing something. What he said didn’t discourage me. We hope the bad weather won’t discourage people from coming.
find out (u): to find out the truth (address, etc.). Her parents found out she had a boyfriend.
give up (v): to give up doing sth, to give up sth. Eventually he decided to give up smoking. She was made to give up her career, make up (change) one’s mind: I have made up my mind to become a diplomat and I won’t change it.
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