В этой записи мы работаем с английскими фразеологизмами из юнита 5 учебника Round Up 6.
Список фразеологизмов для изучения
a pain in the neck — кость в горле
a pet hate — что-то, что вызывает неприязнь
a piece of cake — пустяковое дело
a red letter day — праздничный день
a rolling stone — человек, постоянно меняющий место жительства или работу
a short cut — короткий путь
a skeleton in a cupboard — скелет в шкафу
a slip of the tongue — оговорка
a splitting headache — сильная головная боль
a spoke in the wheel — палка в колесе
Упражнение на закрепление изученных фразеологизмов
My pet hate is people insulting others.
This date will be a red letter day for many people in this country.
George was a bit of a rolling stone before he got married and settled down.
The next day after a farewell party he woke up with a splitting headache.
Did I say «Harlow»? Sorry, I meant «Harrow». It was just a slip of the tongue.
His letter really put a spoke in our wheels. We had to take the information from it into account.
He daren’t risk taking a short cut. He avoids risking.
It will not be a piece of cake. It will take you some time to get it right.
Everyone has a skeleton in a cupboard. Everyone has secrets not to reveal.
He took some pills since he had a splitting headache.
Everyone thinks he’s a pain in the neck as he causes a lot of trouble.
You had better take a short cut across the field.
‘How do you do that?’ ‘It’s a piece of cake! I will teach you how to do it!’
That was a careless slip of the tongue. He wished he hadn’t said anything.
Mathematics is a pet hate for me. I don’t have a good head for figures.
That would put a spoke in their wheel. We have to come up with a solution to the problem.
As a young boy, he was a rolling stone, wanting to have nothing but fun.
Little children are such a pain in the neck! They are always up to some kind of misfortune.
As it was a red letter day we didn’t have to go to work.