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Книга рассчитана на все группы пользователей, так как описывает базовые принципы английской грамматики. В книге в простой форме описываются все базовые правила языка, кроме того для всех грамматическим терминов даны пояснения и описания так, что даже новичку будет несложно разобраться в правилах языка. Дополнительным плюсом является использование общераспространенных тем, которые обычно не встречаются в других книгах: как извиниться или поблагодарить в той или иной ситуации, какие существуют нюансы.

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Never buy anything that has a handle, eats, needs painting, or has babies 11. never eat at a place called Mom's 12. advice is usually only good for passing on See also Business advice Advice for speakerswhen you're done pumping, let go of the handle Advocatehold to Affirmative1. you-bet-cha 2. ] See also Yes Affirmative, strong1. hell yes or hell, I reckon 2. " Page 6 Afraid1. a'feared 2. fraidy cat 3. scared half out of my wits 4. scared half (or plumb) to death 5. has cold feet no matter how hot the country 6.

Advantage1. playing with a deck he stacked 2. got the cavalry on his side 3. paying the right preacher 4. built his teepee inside the fort 5. fightin' a three-legged (or blind) bull 6. got a leg up on everybody 7. ] Advantage, unfairbaited the hole Adversary1. the fly in my ointment 2. the burr under my saddle 3. the nail in my boot 4. the worm in my apple Advice1. when you're up to your neck in manure, don't open your mouth 2. never put all your eggs in one basket or all your whiskey in one woman 3.

Couldn't hit the side of an outhouse if he fired from inside it 2. couldn't hit the side of a barn with a scatter gun at ten paces 3. couldn't hit a bull in the butt with a bass fiddle Aimlessas a cow patty bobbing along in a back water eddy Air crap (krap)Air Force cadet Air outunscheduled, surprise midnight yell practice imposed on freshmen AlamoThe "Shrine of Texas Liberty, pronounced AL-a-mo, never A-LAM-Oh; an Alamo expert is an Alamoligist Alba (Wood-Rains County)pronounced AL-bah, not All-bah [Also known as Simpkins Prairie and Albia.

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