REAKCJE JĘZYKOWE ANGIELSKI WYZWANIE #4

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Reakcje językowe angielski 4-ty dzień czas zacząć. To czy osiągniesz sukces w nauce języka angielskiego (i nie tylko angielskiego) zależy tylko i wyłącznie od Ciebie. Ja ze swojej strony daję Ci feedback, abyś umiała poprawnie stosować frazy. Ty poświęć czas nie dla mnie, ale dla siebie samej 🙂 Jakie frazy poznasz w tej lekcji? Przeczytaj!

 Wyzwanie – zasady

  1. Wyzwanie pt. Reakcje językowe angielski odbywa się na blogu w dniach 15.05 – 13.06.2017.
  2. Poznasz ponad 150 fraz!
  3. Każdego dnia publikuję nowy post z pięcioma frazami, które są powszechnie używane w sytuacjach życia codziennego.
  4. Każda fraza opatrzona jest nagraniem wymowy.
  5. Uczysz się za pomocą listy słówek i/lub fiszek.
  6. Pod każdą lekcją jest krótkie zadanie, który sprawdza czy jesteś w stanie przełożyć teorię na praktykę.
  7. Po przerobieniu 10 lekcji (=10 dni) przeprowadzam test. W sumie będą 4 testy. Co 10 dni test z 10 lekcji, a na koniec wyzwania test z całości ?
  8. Bardzo ważne: oprócz powyższych punktów obowiązuje Cię tworzenie pięciu zdań z użyciem poznanego słownictwa. Zdania te zostawiasz w komentarzu pod postem, a ja daję Ci informację zwrotną czy Twoja fraza została poprawnie użyta czy też coś wymaga poprawy. Nie martw się, możesz komentować jako gość, dzięki czemu pozostajesz anonimowa. Instrukcja do zostawiania komentarzy opinana została w tym artykule.

 

Reakcje językowe angielski 4 dzień!

 

 

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  5. wiesz kiedy daną frazę zastosować w kontekście

 

Reakcje językowe – lista fraz wraz z wymową

 

(The) same to you – Nawzajem/Tobie również

      the-same-to-you

Cheer up – Rozchmurz się

      cheer-up

Happy Birthday – 100 lat!

      happy-birthday

Be my guest – Czuj się jak u siebie w domu/Proszę bardzo. Nie krępuj się (kiedy dajemy komuś pozwolenie na coś, np., żeby usiadł)

      be-my-guest

Cheers! – Na zdrowie (kiedy wznosimy toast)

      cheers

 

 

[qdeck align=”center”] [q] Nawzajem
Tobie również

 

[a] (The) same to you

 

[q] Cheer up

 

[a] Rozchmurz się

 

[q] 100 lat!

 

[a] Happy Birthday

 

[q] Be my guest [a] Czuj się jak u siebie w domu
Proszę bardzo, nie krępuj się. [q] Cheers!

 

[a] Na zdrowie (gdy wznosimy toast)
[/qdeck]

 

[qwiz align=”center” random=”true”] [h]OD TEORII DO PRAKTYKI

[q multiple_choice=”true”] Koleżanka życzy Ci udanego dnia. Co odpowiesz.

[c] Be careful

 

[c] Have a nice day

 

[c] Don’t mention it

 

[c*] The same to you.

 

[q multiple_choice=”true”] Jak powiesz 100 lat po angielsku?

[c] Cheer up

 

[c] Speak you soon

 

[c*] Happy Birthday

 

[c] Cheers

 

[q multiple_choice=”true”] Na przyjęciu gospodarz podnosi kieliszek i mówi ‚na zdrowie’. W wersji angielskiej to:

[c*] Cheers

 

[c] Bless you

 

[c] Enjoy your meal

 

[c] Well-done

 

[q multiple_choice=”true”] Koleżanka nie zdała egzaminu na prawo jazdy. Jak ją pocieszysz?

[c] Wake up

 

[c] Stand up

 

[c*] Cheer up

 

[c] Get up

 

[q multiple_choice=”true”] Czuj się jak u siebie.

[c] After you.

 

[c] Don’t mention it.

 

[c] Never mind.

 

[c*] Be my guest.

 

[/qwiz]

 

 

 

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  • Magda

    1.
    A: Oh, I had a terrible day… Everything was wrong!
    B: Cheer up!

    2. I’m glad to see you in my house. Be my quest!
    3. You are 31? Really? Happy birthday!
    4.
    A: I wish you all the best.
    B: The same to you (I prefer without „the” can I?)
    5.
    On the wedding anniversary:
    A: My wife is the best women in the world. I love her very much. without her, my life will be empty and with no sense. Thank you my love! Cheers!

    • Magda,

      3. Pytanie więc inwersja.
      4. Yes, you can 🙂
      5. kobieta (l.pojedyncza) to: … . Z tym cheers. Chodziło Ci na zdrowie (gdzie zwracasz się do wszystkich członków ceremonii)? Czy Twoje zdrowie (w domyśle kochanie)?

      Keep going

  • Olka

    1. ‚Have a nice holiday!’ ‚The same to you! I’m wondering how our compay will survive without us for these two weeks!’
    2. ‚I should have kissed him goodbye… he’s gone now…’ ‚Cheer up, he will be back in half a year!’
    3. ‚ Happy birthday, John, I wish you every day to be filled with happiness, laughter and lots of love.’
    4. ‚The fridge is yours- be my guest and help yourself with anything you want to.’
    5. ‚To my beautiful lady whom I can now call my wife, cheers!

  • Zofia

    1. Have a nice day I said to my friend. The same to you he answered.
    2. Why so glum? Cheer up – you are on holiday!
    3. I wish you happy birthday my son!
    4. You are still my guest I said to my aunt.
    5. I propose a toast for our honoured guest. Cheers!

  • Julita Jasińska

    1. „Have a nice day Tom”, ” Thank you. Same to you!”
    2. Cheer up ! Loosing a job isn’t the end of the world.
    3. Happy Birthday Ann ! I hope you’ll like the present I’ve bought you.

    4. This is your room John. Be my guest.
    5. The newlyweds are coming. Cheers !

  • Monika

    1.Today My
    mother is very sad. I say you Cheer up.

    2.My
    husband says me Have a nice day. I answer the same to you.

    3.Today I
    have a birthday day. My friends wish me Happy birthday.

    4.I was the
    weeding of my friends 2 days ago. I toasted cheer up.

    5.Yesterday I invited my mother to my home. She
    go. I say Be my guest

    • Monika,

      1. say you?
      4. weeding czy wedding?
      I toasted cheer up. – ?
      5. Trzymaj się czasu przeszłego

      Go girl!

  • Agness

    1. When I meet someone new on the trip and he tells me: „Have a nice day”, I usually say: „The same to you”.
    2. Cheer up! Tomorrow will be better! 🙂
    3. Happy birthday! You look so good and beautiful (despite the fact that you are older :P)
    4. Hi Bartek. Be my guest and wait for a minute, I’m going to make a tea.
    5. Cheers ladies! We are the best, we can do whatever we want!!! (Thanks to this delicious wine 🙂 )

  • Meg

    1. May all your dreams come true, honey. I wish you all the best – The same to you.
    2. Oh, honey, cheer-up and stop crying. I’m sure you’ll pass the exam the next time.
    3. Happy birthday, Annie! I wish you all the best.
    4. Thanks for keeping an eye on my apartment when I’m on vacation. Be my guest. Here are the keys. Remember to water the plants every three or four days, ok?
    5. To my wonderful wife, who made my life incredible. To Mary! Cheers.

  • Angelika

    1. – Have a lovely day! – said my friend.
    – Thanks John. The same to you!
    2. – Mum, I didn’t pass the driving test.
    – Cheer up sweetheart. Next time will be better.
    3. Happy birthday Emma! I wish you only the most wonderful things in life!
    4. I glad you came. This will be your room and there are a kitchen and a bathroom. Be my guest!
    5. I wish you happiness and a lot of love! We raise a toast for Sarah and Nathan: Cheers!

  • Karola

    1. Hello, how are you? Fine, thank you and you? I’m not passed biology exam today. I’m very angry. Cheer up.
    2. Caroline, have a nice day. Good night. Thank you and the same to you.
    3. My husband has a third’s birthday. Guests are singing happy birthday ?
    4. Cheers for nevlywedds!
    5. Be me guest and you can live as long as you want.

    • Karola,

      1. I’m not passed biology exam today. Co jest źle?
      3. Które te urodziny? 😉
      4. cheer to literówka w słowie ‚nowożeńcy’
      5. What do you mean exactly? 😉

      bye!

  • Monika

    1. When my son tell me „have a nice day” I answer him „the same to you”.
    2. Why are you sad? Cheer up!
    3. My friend had birthday and I wished her Happy Birthday.
    4. When my friends go to me,I always tell their ” be my guest”.
    5. When people drink alkohol they often tell ” cheers”.

    • Monika,

      1. my son tellS
      4. ‚come’ zamiast ‚go’ I always tell THEM
      5. say zamiast tell

      Keep going! Never give up!

  • Agnieszka131

    1) Have a nice day! – The same to you!
    2) Calm down and cheer up, your luggage will be find.
    3) Today, it is my birthday. – So, Happy Birthday !
    4) Do you want ice cream and coffee? Don’t worry, by my gust. I pay for you.
    5) This is your glass ! Cheers!

  • Natalia

    1. Thank you for the beatiful Christmas wishes. The same to you!
    2. I know, today it is very cloudy and you can not go swimming. But cheer up, tomorrow it will be sunny.
    3. Is today your birthday? Happy Birthday and cheers!
    4. Welcome to my apartment. Be my guest. Would you like tea or coffee?

  • Ania1

    16. I with family sit at dinner and say bon Appetit. They answer the same to you.
    17. I’m looking forward to the holidays when I will finally cheer up.
    18. My sister has an 18th birthday. I wish happy Birthday.
    19. I was on holiday in Croatia and the host told me be my guest.
    20. I was with my cousin in Norway, went to the store and sneezed and the Mrs lady responded to me Cheers.

    • Ania,

      16. Who says that? You or you and your family?
      18. wish her
      20. spójrz do lekcji 1 i porównaj cheers i bless you 😉

      Take care

  • Ola

    Moje zdania:
    1. – Good bye! Have a nice weekend!
    – Thanks mate! The same to you.
    2. My son didn’t pass his math exam and I said to him „Cheer up”.
    3. – What are you celebrate today?
    – That’s my birthday!
    – Happy Birthday then!
    4. – Julie can I have another piece of cake?
    – Of course. Be my guest.
    5. Let’s drink for better future! Cheers!

  • Ann,

    5. Nie chodzi o cheer up jako rozweselić, a o cheers jako ‚na zdrowie’ (przy toaście)

    Keep going!

  • Basia,

    3. Literówka we frazie ‚100 lat’

    take care and see you tomorrow 🙂

  • Noel,

    1. him
    3. in the long run. Hehe by the way is it a compliment or not? 😉
    5. CheerS
    You are of age ( or major ) and (…) – what do you mean?

    More power to your elbow!

  • Tysio,

    1. tej frazy nie odmieniamy, zostaje be my guest
    3, cheers to

    Don’t stop! Improve your English every day 🙂

  • Ewelina,

    1. grandma is 99. My odwiedzamy twój?
    2. guests
    3. because HE failED… I told him…

    You are one step closer to achieve your aim 🙂

  • 5. you can live/stay HERE

    Don’t stop! Improve your English every day 🙂

  • Ewelina

    1. A: Have a nice day! B: The same to you.
    2. Why are so sad? Cheer up!
    3. Happy birtday to you!
    4. I will give you my keys to my house and be my guest.
    5. This restaurant is wonderfull and this win is delicious! Cheers!

  • Zosia

    1. I know that you wish me all the best and the same to you.
    2. Cheer up! You don’t cry over spilled milk.
    3. Happy Birthday – it is probably the most popular wish in the world.
    4. When I went to the Peter’s party he told me: ‚ be my guest’.
    5. Peter last shouted ‚ cheers! ‚ and then everybody went out, because the party was over.

    • Zosia,

      2. Nie płacz… To prośba czy też rozkaz 😉 Dlatego też nie wstawiamy osoby ‚you’. Jak wstawimy osobę to przetłumaczymy to ty nie płaczesz nad rozlanym mlekiem 😉

      Really nice! 🙂

  • Iwa

    1. I wish you Merry Christmas. The same to you.
    2. Don’ t worry. Cheer up!
    3. Happy birhday my friend.
    4,Come in and be my guest.
    5. We celebrate our wedding anniversary. That’s why we want to raise a glass to my guests and say: Cheers!

  • Marzena

    1.My boyfriend wished me Good night. I answered:The same to you.
    2. My mum was a bit sad so I said:Cheer up.
    3. Today it’s my birthday!All my collegues sang this morning Happy birthday to me:)
    4. When my friend from France came to us I told him Be my guest!
    5. „Cheers”! I said to all my guests on the wedding.

  • Martyna91

    1. You look amazing today. – The same to you
    2. Today is the best time to cheer up and forget about your problems
    3. Happy birthday mummy. I wish you all the best!
    4. This is your room. Be my guest.
    5. Yesterday I was on birthday party. All the time I heard „cheers”

  • barbara

    1.My friend wished me all the best because tomorrow we will take part in our competition. I answered: The same to you!
    2. My sister is completely broken down and I told her: Cheer up!
    3. Yestarday my nephew had a name day and we sang him : Happy birthday to you! 🙂
    4. Last week my friend was at my house and I told her : Be my guest!
    5. Two days ago we drank the health my friends and we repeated all the time: Cheers!

    • Barbara,

      1. take part (bez will) bo to jest jak rozkład jazdy pociągów, plan lekcji w szkole itp.
      2. is broken – jest załamana (nie potrzeba ‚down’)
      5. fraza jest taka: drink sb’s health – czyli w miejsce sb’s wstawiasz my friends

      Keep going! Remember, 5, 10, 15 minutes 😉

  • Karolina Ka

    1. A: Have a nice day!!!
    B: The same to you!!!
    2. Tomorrow will be a better day, cheer up.
    3. The dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in 1962 when she sang “Happy Birthday Mr President” to John F Kennedy at a celebration of his 45th birthday, was sold for a world-record price at $4.8 million six months ago.
    4. If you want to change something in the flat, be my guest.
    5. Today we celebrate the launch of new product on the market. I want to say thank you to every one for six months hard work, cheers!

  • Kaja,

    1. vacation (bez ‚a’). You deserve it.
    2. Na pewno chodziło o ‚remembered’?
    3. Skoro ‚today’ to present continuous

    Good job!

  • 5. Oh I didn’t get it! It’s correct 😀

  • Daria,

    3. Po ‚when’ wstaw Present Simple bo to reguła

    Great job! 😀

  • Jola,

    2. Next time (bez the)

    Excellent!

  • Olimpia,

    1. Przed ‚wish’ wstaw osobę „I”
    2. Co miałaś na myśli?
    5. ? Daj znać co chodziło Ci po głowie.

    I am proud of you 🙂

  • ZUZ

    1. A:You look very pretty today.

    B: the same to you
    2. Yesterday I had bad mood. My mum told me „cheered up”
    3. Last week I had birthday. All my guests sang me Happy Birthday.
    4. I invited my friend to my house. I told her that she be my guest.
    5. When I had birthday party everybody shouted „Cheers”!

    • Zuz,

      2. Tej frazy rozchmurz się nie dajesz w czasie przeszłym. Użyłaś tu [„] do podkreślenia dokładnie tego, co powiedziała mama.
      4. I told her to be my guest.
      5. a birthday party

      Take care!

  • Emilia Fidler

    1. Have a nice weekend.The same to you.
    2. Cheer up. Tomorrow your score will be better.
    3. Happy birthday John. This is a present for you from all of us and we hope that you like it.
    4. This is your room and the bathroom is on the left. Be my guest
    5. Thank you for coming to my party. Cheers my friends.

  • OMG! My fault I haven’t noticed before. We are celebrating…

    • Karolina Ka

      🙂 🙂 5. Today we are celebrating the launch of new product on the market. I want to say thank you to everyone for six months hard work, cheers!
      Thanks for feedback 🙂

  • Nasturcja

    1.Zbigniew Merry Christmas!

    Natalia: Thank you, and the same to you!
    2.The girl cheered up when she saw his mother buying
    him ice cream.
    3.ou wish her happy birthday for me.
    4.Be my guest. Sit here.
    5.I propose a toast : Cheers!

    • Nasturcja,

      Wreszcie mam! Być może coś z systemem, albo z netem, że Twój komentarz się nie pojawiał. Anyway, zabieram się za korektę 😀

      2. Przeczytaj jeszcze raz to zdanie. Wszystko jasne oprócz tego kto komu kupuje tego loda…
      3. Zjadło literki

      Nice!

      • nasturcja

        3.You wish her happy birthday for me.
        2. He is her friend and he was sąd.

        • nasturcja

          Ten smartfonu

          He is her friend and he was sad.

        • 2. Jest Okay, źle przeczytałam. Forgive me! 😉

          • Nasturcja

            🙂

  • Ewelina,

    Nice job! I like it!

  • 🙂

  • AniaO,

    Fantastic! 😀

  • Tomasz

    Better late than never 😉

    1. It is better to wish other positive things as the same can return to you! Be careful with bad things!

    2. If you are sad and everything goes wrong, you friend says: cheer up! And now you know someone takes care of you!

    3. This woman is 70 years old! Everyone wishes her Happy Birthday!

    4. Be my guest and feel free to correct every mistake I can make. Constructive criticism is a positive feedback to me and this way I can improve my English. Thanks in advance! 🙂

    5. Cheers guys! Let prosperity take place in everybody’s life! 🙂