Adjective: английский
Noun: английский язык англичане миттель
Verb: переводить на английский язык


not English - не по-английски

informal English - разговорный английский

curious involvements of English society - забавные условности английского общества

new English mistress - новая учительница английского

to translate from Russian into English - переводить с русского на английский

translation from Russian into English - перевод с русского на английский

in the present welter of English politics - в нынешней неразберихе английской политики

to speak bad English - говорить по-английски с ошибками

borough English - истор. переход недвижимости к младшему сыну

broken English / French - ломаный английский / французский

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Do you speak English? - Вы говорите по-английски?

English usage - использование выражений английского языка

English humour - английский юмор

English grammar - английская грамматика

English is spoken here. - Здесь говорят по-английски.

His English was perfect. - Он безупречно говорил по-английски.

English history - Английская история

American English - Американский вариант английского языка; английский язык в США

English literature - английская литература

His English is very poor. - По-английски он говорит очень плохо.

English is my native tongue. - Английский — мой родной язык.

He was concerned with English. - Он занимался английским языком.

She speaks English fairly well. - Она говорит по-английски достаточно хорошо.

He speaks both English and French. - Он говорит и по-английски, и по-французски.

He is well-read in English literature. - Он хорошо знает английскую литературу.

Arsenal rules OK. - "Арсенал" — круче всех!

We can go Wednesday. - Мы можем пойти в среду. (амер.)

I'll see you Tuesday. - Увидимся во вторник. (амер.)

Her English is idiomatic. - Она говорит по-английски практически как англичанка.

She has an MA in English. - У неё степень магистра в области английского языка.

She was working Thursday. - Она работала в четверг. (амер.)

English landscape artists - английские художники-пейзажисты

Who takes you for English? - Кто у вас по английскому? / Кто у вас ведёт английский?

What are you doing Sunday? - Что ты делаешь в воскресенье? (амер.)

Diane won't be here Friday. - В пятницу Дианы здесь не будет. (амер.)

He swam the English Channel. - Он переплыл Ла-Манш.

Did you get a pass in English? - Ты сдал английский?

a book on modern English usage - книга о современном словоупотреблении в английском языке

She doesn't understand English. - Она не понимает английского языка.

The festivities begin Saturday. - Праздник начинается в субботу.

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Связанные термины:

English elm: a species, U. procera of the genus Ulmus .

English ivy: → ivy (sense 1 )

English oak: a species, Q . robur of the genus Quercus .

New English: the English language since about 1750

Old English: the English language from the time of the earliest settlements in the fifth century ad to about 1100. The main dialects were West Saxon (the chief literary form), Kentish, and Anglian

the English: the natives or inhabitants of England collectively

un-English: not in accordance with the typical attitudes, customs, and beliefs of the English people

basic English: a simplified form of English, proposed by C. K . Ogden and I. A. Richards, containing a vocabulary of approximately 850 of the commonest English words, intended as an international language

black English: the group of related dialects of American English spoken variously by many black people in the U.S.

body English: a follow-through motion of the body, as after bowling a ball, in a semi-involuntary or joking effort to control the ball's movement

Early English: a style of architecture used in England in the 12th and 13th centuries, characterized by lancet arches, narrow openings, and plate tracery

English bond: a bond used in brickwork that has a course of headers alternating with a course of stretchers

English daisy: a small perennial plant ( Bellis perennis ) of the composite family, having single stalked heads with white or pinkish ray flowers

English flute: a person who records, such as an official or historian

English horn: a double-reed woodwind instrument similar to the oboe but larger and a fifth lower in pitch

English self: a breed of short-haired guinea pig that is a single colour throughout

half-English: having partial English citizenship through the nationality of one parent

borough-English: (until 1925) a custom in certain English boroughs whereby the youngest son inherited land to the exclusion of his older brothers

British English: the English language as spoken and written in England and as distinguished esp. from → American English

English bulldog: → bulldog (sense 1 )

English Channel: an arm of the Atlantic Ocean between S England and N France, linked with the North Sea by the Strait of Dover . Length : about 560 km (350 miles). Width : between 32 km (20 miles) and 161 km (100 miles)

English muffin: bread dough rolled and cut into rounds, baked on a griddle, and split and toasted just before eating

English saddle: a lightweight saddle with a low cantle and pommel and no horn, designed to place the rider's weight forward onto the withers

English setter: a breed of setter having a white coat speckled with liver, brown, or yellowish markings

English sonnet: a sonnet form developed in 16th-century England and employed by Shakespeare, having the rhyme scheme a b a b c d c d e f e f g g

English sparrow: a small Eurasian weaverbird, Passer domesticus, now established in North America and Australia . It has a brown streaked plumage with grey underparts

English speaker: a person who speaks English as a first, or second mother tongue

English system: the foot-pound-second system of measurement

English walnut: an Asiatic walnut tree ( Juglans regia ) now grown in Europe and North America

estuary English: a variety of standard British English in which the pronunciation reflects various features characteristic of London and the Southeast of England

King's English: (esp when the sovereign is male ) standard Southern British English

Middle English: the English language from about 1100 to about 1450: main dialects are Kentish, Southwestern ( West Saxon ), East Midland (which replaced West Saxon as the chief literary form and developed into Modern English), West Midland, and Northern (from which the Scots of Lowland Scotland and other modern dialects developed)

Modern English: the English language since about 1450, esp any of the standard forms developed from the S East Midland dialect of Middle English

Norman English: the dialect of English used by the Norman conquerors of England

Oxford English: that form of the received pronunciation of English supposed to be typical of Oxford University and regarded by many as affected or pretentious

pidgin English: a pidgin in which one of the languages involved is English

Queen's English: (when the sovereign is female ) standard Southern British English

reverse English: a spinning motion imparted to a cue ball in such a manner as to prevent it from moving in a certain direction

running English: the giving of English or spin to the cue ball to enable it to bounce in the direction of a certain angle

Signed English: a form of sign language based on English and using English syntax rather than the syntax of American Sign Language

American English: the form of English spoken in the US

Canadian English: the English language as spoken in Canada

English breakfast: An English breakfast is a breakfast consisting of cooked food such as bacon, eggs, sausages, and tomatoes. It also includes toast and tea or coffee.

English Canadian: a Canadian citizen, esp one of English descent, whose first language is English

English Heritage: an organization, partly funded by government aid, that looks after ancient monuments and historic buildings in England

English-speaking: speaking English as a mother tongue

Standard English: English which is characterized by idiom, vocabulary, etc, that is regarded as correct and acceptable by educated native speakers

New English Bible: a new Modern English version of the Bible and Apocrypha, published in full in 1970

Early Modern English: the English language as spoken and written from about 1500 to about 1700

English toy spaniel: any of a breed of small spaniel, usually with a thick mane, kept especially as a pet

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Однокоренные слова:

Englishism - английская черта, английский обычай, англомания, увлечение всем английским