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Разговорный английский язык онлайн: основные разговорные фразы. Предложения с глаголом-связкой и переходными/непереходными глаголами
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Разговорный английский язык онлайн: основные разговорные фразы. Предложения с глаголом-связкой и переходными/непереходными глаголами

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be - равно
be not - не равно
be about - равно приблизительно
be more [than] - больше чем
be less [than] - меньше чем
be kind of like - что-то вроде

The dress is ...
The dress is Chanel.
The dress is silk.
The dress is blue.
The dress is dirty.
The dresses are three.
The dress is one hundred and fifty dollars.
The dress is not silk.
The dress is about one hundred and fifty dollars.
The dress is less [than] one hundred and fifty dollars.
The dress is more [than] one hundred and fifty dollars.
Is the dress Chanel?
Is the dress silk?

am / is / are

I am an executive.
Jim is an executive.
Margo is an executive.
It is a mink coat.
The coat is mink.
We are executives.
You are an executive.
You are executives.
They are executives.

have been / has been

The flights are booked.
The flights have been booked.

was / were

The dress was three hundred but it is one hundred and fifty.
The flights were booked yesterday at two p.m.

Have the flights been booked?
Yes, they have [been booked]. The flights were booked yesterday at two p.m.
No, they have not [been booked].

will be / be going to be = gonnabe

The flights will be booked.
The flights are going to be booked. = The flights are gonnabe booked. = The flights gonnabe booked.
Will the flights be booked?
The flights will not be booked.
Are the flights going to be booked?
The flights are not going to be booked.

You are fine.
Are you fine?
How are you?
Yes, you are fine.
No, you are not fine.

You have been fine.
Have you been fine?
How have you been?
Yes, you have been fine.
No, you have not been fine.

Is the traffic very bad today?
Yes, the traffic is very bad today.
No, the traffic is not very bad today.

Has the traffic been awful?
Yes, the traffic has been awful.
No, the traffic has not been awful.

I am free all day.
I was free all day.
It is a pity! I have been free all day.
I will be free all day.
I am going to be free all day.

- Hello, Natalie. Your mike has been turned on.
- Good night! How are you?
- All right! How’re you doing?
- Not too bad. And how are you?
- I'm better than ever!
- I'm glad to hear that.
- It's a nice day today, isn't it?
- Yes, it's a beautiful day.
- Do you think tomorrow will be even a better day?
- I hope so, that is what the weatherman says.
- You look wonderful today.
- Thank you. So do you.
- That’s a nice colour on you.
- Thank you. I am glad you have noticed that.
- You speak English very well.
- Oh, no, not really!
- No, I mean it! You do speak English very well!
- You are very kind.
- Have you got(ten) any questions to ask?
- Yes, I have got(ten) a few questions to ask. I will ask them in Russian.

The Teacher mails the podcasts to Natalie.
The Teacher mails Natalie the podcasts.
The Teacher mails Natalie's podcasts.

IT executives develop new financial software for corporate customers.
IT executives develop corporate customers new financial software.
IT executives develop software for customers.
IT executives develop customers software.
IT executives develop software for a customer.
IT executives develop a customer software.

I am glad to hear that.
Are you glad to hear that?
I am not glad to hear that.
I am sorry to hear that.
Are you sorry to hear that?
I am not sorry to hear that.

I have been glad to hear that.
I have not been glad to hear that.
Have you been glad to hear that?

Jim has been glad to hear that.
Has Jim been glad to hear that?
Jim has not been glad to hear that.

I was glad to hear that.
I was not glad to hear that.
Were you glad to hear that?

Friendly Welcomes

- Stephan, hello! [It is] nice to see you again.

- It is nice to be here, Helena. How are you?

- I am fine! And [how are] you?

- I am very well, thank you.

- That is good. I am sorry I am late. The traffic is very bad today.

- [There is / It is] no problem. I am free all day.

- I am glad to hear that. Oh, I am afraid Oscar is ill today. He cannot come to the meeting.

- Oh, I am sorry to hear that.

- Yes, it is a pity. OK, let us go to my office. OK, Stephan. Please, come in and have a seat.

- Thanks. Can I plug in my laptop somewhere?

- Of course, go ahead. There is a socket over there.

- Thank you.

- You are welcome.

- So, would you like a coffee before we start?

- No thanks, I am fine.

- OK. Would you like to meet the other people on the team?

- Yes, please. But could we do it later?

- Yes, of course. I need to make a couple of calls, you see.

- OK, would you like to use my phone?

- Thank you. That is very kind of you.

- No problem.

- Would you like a message pad to take notes?

- No, thanks. I have some paper here.

- Let us go to my office. It is this way.

- OK, after you.

- Right. Here we are.

- Thank you. What a lovely office!

- Yes, it is. Please come in.

- Thank you.

- Have a seat.

- Thanks very much.

- Would you like a [cup of] coffee?

- Yes, please. That would be nice.

- OK, just one second. Here you are.

- Thanks very much.

- You are welcome.

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