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  • II

    1. AbyLingvo English Dictionary ( )
    2. Oxford New Dictionary, 1996
    3. Websters Third New English Dictionary, 1996
    4. ( )
    5. . - - , ., 1986

    III

    1. . The Golden Orange, , 1991
    2. . Scorpions Trial, , 1994
    3. . Master of the Game, , 1994
    4. . Misery, , 1991
    5. . How Stella Got Her Groove Back, , 1996
    6. . . The Catcher in the Rye ()
    7. . Up The Down Staircase ()
























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    1. I bought a new car. She is beautiful! - . !
    2. I have been through a thousand storms and stories together with this ship. Jeez, she is strong! - . , !
    3. They say she is going to resign. - , .
    4. re they use this for cars. .

    5.      He saw me in the street .

    6.      This pen is bad. I cant write with it . .

    1. Her is a real fool - .
    2. My pencil is on the table .

    9.      She didnt know it was that neighbor of his.- ,

    10.  Dear mine! ( )

    11.  You said she was the one who stole the money. Well, thats wrong , . .

    12.  He hang his daughters portrait beside that of his wifes. .

    13.  These poems are not nearly as good as those you wrote last year , .

    14.  I entered by the door opposite to that opening into the garden , , .

    15.  Ill tell you this: Dont go there! - , !

    16.  He controlled her every step and that annoyed her

    17.  Ill do no such thing .

    18.  He didnt say any such thing .

    19.  Hows he? Much the same ? .

    20.  Who (whom) did you show the letter to? ?

    21.  Who (whom) are you speaking of? ?

    22.  What has happened? ?

    23.  What is this for? ?

    24.  I gave her some medicine, because she really needed some , .

    25.  He asked for some books, but she didnt have any , .

    26.  I ran out of ink. Do you have any? . ?

    27.  Some men think shes ugly, some think shes extremely beautiful , , .

    28.  Any, who breaks the rules, will be fired! , , .

    29.  Can somebody help you? - ?

    30.  How many pictures have you taken here? None. ? .

    31.  We saw nobody there. .

    32.  There was nobody in the room .

    33.  He said nothing about it .

    34.  Ive seen many fancy cars, but Id never seen one like this! , !

    35.  Much of what you say is true . .

    36.  I learned a lot of new things there. - .

    37.  Ive got plenty of time today .

    38.  One can never be sure what happens next .

    39.  One never values happiness until it is gone , .

    40.  She picked the machine with an ease and put it away, and you have to be very strong to do that. , .

    41.  You have to be a fool to believe that! , .

    42.  You cant enter the this building without entering the code number .

    43.  They say there are ghosts in this castle , .

    44.  They change the bedclothes every day in this hotel, unlike that other one , , .

    45.  They call New York the Big Apple .

    46.  They dont take you all the way to Denver if youre innocent. , .

    47.  When I came closer to the pool, I realized that it was Pete.- , .

    48.  There was a knock at the door. I thought it was the postman. . , .

    49.  He tried to break the lock. It (breaking the lock) was not easy. . .

    50.  I think you want to stay alive even if it (staying alive) does hurt , , .

    51.  Staying there wasnt safe, but it (staying there) was the only thing he could do , , .

    52.  The music had stopped. He didnt notice it (that the music had stopped).- . .

    53.  Had she foreseen the possibility that he might get out of the room? He doubted it (that she haad foreseen the possibility that he might get out of the room). , ? .

    54.  She was older than hi for about 20 years and he knew it (that she was older than hi for about 20 years) 20 , .

    55.  He knew that his father was dying but he didnt want to talk to anybody about it (that his father was dying) , , .

    56.  By then his legs were fully awake, and it (that he was able to fall asleep) wasnt until she had come and given him another dose of the medicine that he was able to fall asleep. .

    57.  He had guessed before that she was a nurse, so it (that she was a nurse) wasnt a big surprise for him when she said it (that she was a nurse). , , , .

    58.  He studied her, then shook his head. He waited a moment and then decided not to say what he might have been going to say. He swallowed half his whiskey before going on, and when he did, he returned to the conventional questions. She had watched him do it all without any interest. , . , , . , , . .

    59.  It is six miles to the nearest hospital from here. 6 .

    60.  It is stupid to act like that .

    61.  It wont be easy finding our way home. .

    62.  It was a surprise that he was going to give in. , , .

    63.  I found it difficult to explain to him what had happened. .

    64.  He thought it no use to go over the subject again.- , .

    65.  He thought it odd that they had left no message to him.- , , .

    66.  It was my question that made him angry .

    67.  It was on the terrace that he wanted them to lay the table , .

    68.  It wasnt me who killed her! !

    69.  This is my work. You cant make decisions what to do with it. No it is mine (my work) now,since you depend on me now! . . , , !

    70.  You can't drive this car. It's not yours.(your car) . .

    71.  Look at this house! It's yours (your house) now. ! .

    72.  Our procedure is more practical than theirs (their procedure) - () , ().

    73.  Ill make sure you get all the books. They are a little dogeared, but thats a sign a bok has been well read and loved, isnt it? , . , , , , ?

    74.  That he lives in her house doesnt mean that he has to do whatever she says! , , , , .

    75.  He supposed that he had pretty well known what all this was about - , ...

    76.  Better than lying here suffering I dont think you belive that (that it is better than lying here,suffering), old buddy. , , , .

    77.  These were some successive actions. .

    78.  He saw she was barely listening. This was the second time shed shown not the slightest interest in a trick of trade that would have held a class of would-be writers spellbound. , . , , .

    79.  You can take any of the jackets. Thanks. I will take this (jacket) . , ().

    80.  Be careful with the gun! Give me that (the gun)! ! !

    81.  I need another type of paper, he said. Different from this (type)? This (type) is the most expensive!- , . ()? !

    82.  Well,honestly! I knew writers were supposed to have big egos, but I guess I didnt understand that (having big egos) meant ungratitude, too! , , , , !

    83.  They are a little dogeared, but that (being dogeared) a sign a book has been well read and loved, isnt it? , , , ?

    84.  And you might as well stop that (getting mad)! Getting mad wont change a thing. , ! .

    85.  Did I say I wasnt going to start? No No, but- Thats (that I didnt say I wasnt going to start) righ... , ? ... , ... !...

    86.  Godamn! I won! No that (that I won) wasnt right. Misery had. ! ! . .

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