This weekend I have been spending lots of time on studying both English and Italian. And Broňa says in his video casts that we should use and repeat new phrases/sentences/words as much as possible. For this reason, I decide to focus on some new phrases that I’ve learnt. Who doesn’t like languages or his/her command of English, respective Italian is higher than B1+, respective A1 don’t hesitate to stop reading 🙂
Firstly I start writing some new sentences in Italian since I’ve just finished another subtask in Duolingo application.
Ciano. Come stai? Io vanno al tetto. Qui io studio (imparo) inglese e prendo il sole. Mi piace parlare italiano. Ma io parlo male italiano. Io non capisto italiano molto (bene). Io leggo il libro di inglese. Ecco caldo in Malta. Si, io abito in Malta, ma io sono ceca di Brno. Io ho sete, io voglio bevono l’acqua. Io non fame, perche io mangio l’uovo e pollo.(Si, io sone un cena adesso). Io non mangio pesce e manzo. Mi dispiace mangiare manzo. Mi piace magiare la crema al cioccolota con il biscotto. Io lavoro in uno ufficio. Io sono spiacente. Mi dispiace che tu disturbo ma io voglio scrivere e leggere italiano. Buona notte e sogni d’oro.
Ok, I must admit I’ve been learning Italian for about 1,5 months. Well, I probably made lots of mistakes. Anyway, I could have revised that I know so far and I like this language although I don’t know why. Maybe because of my two Italian favourite signers.
Secondly (and actually finally) I would like to revise my today’s knowledge of English. I’ve been learning the phrasal verb on my way to the shop. Yes, I must look like a bit crazy here – the girl walking on the street with the book in your hands. But you never know when the learning comes in handy. Nobody can take your knowledge. Let’s go start. I warn you – the following sentences don’t have any sense, I only need to remember myself these phrasal verbs. And maybe I can hope it will be useful for someone (haha).
- Science brings about the opportunities that can change our life.
- Can you bring back the apples from the shop?
- The army must be brought in the war by the queen.
- I cannot complain about it. I brought it on myself.
- The enlargement of the photo can bring out the small details that couldn’t have been seen before.
- The next war can bring our life to an end.
- The children were brought up under difficult circumstances. We maybe should bring this up in the meeting with this proposal.
- When I was in Rome I called at my friends there.
- I will have to call in a doctor if you feel sick still.
- Have you called for the fruit yet?
- The appointment had to be called off because of the flood there.
- My friend called on and we have a short chat.
- The teacher called out the names of the students.
- Can you call round when you go to the centre of the city? I must give you something.
- How dit it come about?
- During my learning I come across the plenty of new words.
- The patient comes along nicely. He will be fit early.
- The thought will come back me later. I cannot forget now.
- The pleasure doesn’t come before my work duties.
- The continual learning comes in handy once. I hope so.
- The button on my skirt came off and I am looking for it now.
- Come on. Don’t be so scared.
- The new product will come out at the beginning of May. The stars come out suddenly. The secret will come out before long.
- He got injured and fainted. But he came round in five minutes.
- The new aspects and proofs come up during the inquiry.
- The boy didn’t come up to his parent’s expectation and didn’t graduate his study. The visitor came up to me and asked for the way to the railway station.
- The employee came up with new approaches in the meeting.