In Imeachtaí By Svetlana

Mothúcháin i mBéarla

An chuid is mó go minic, ag caint faoi leabhair is fearr leat, scannáin, pictiúir, imprisean mar gheall ar an turas agus faoi go leor rudaí eile, úsáidimid an focal interesting Ach tá Gabhann sé go maith ar ár dearcadh? Go bunúsach interesting a chur i bhfeidhm, agus a labhairt na affair te ghrá agus dráma sóisialta, agus fiú «math Siamsaíocht». Is féidir leat a rá freisin: It was an interesting trip, an interesting performance … Sa chás seo, faigheann ár n-idirghabhálaí faisnéis an-beag faoi cad a mheall linn i ngach cás, mar gheall ar cad a bhí ár mothúcháin.


Lig gile vnesёm agus saintréithe inár scéal. Anseo, ní féidir linn a dhéanamh gan na focail seo:

  • thought-provoking — cheap-provoking. Is féidir a rá, mar shampla:

    “ The Twelve ” by Nikita Mikhalkov is the most thought-provoking movie I’ve ever seen.

  • thrilling — thrilling, cigilt na nerves. Fhios ag gach duine an focal thriller a bhainistiú cheana féin a pas a fháil inár dteanga dúchais, mar scéinséir — scannán, a choinneáil orainn i strus mhothúchánach. Sampla:

    The episode where the main character was escaping from the prison was really thrilling: he could be caught any minute.

  • movingtouching — touching:

    The pieces showed by BBC in “ Animal Planet ” are often very touching.

  • amazing — iontach. Is féidir é a úsáid freisin mar synonym do na focail ar an iontach, néal:

    The shooting in “ The Big Blue ” is amazing.

  • stunning — néal:

    The 3d graphics in “ Avatar ” are stunning.

  • breathtaking — a breathtaking, iontach:

    I find that “ Pirates of the Caribbean ” is a breathtaking adventure film.

  • fascinating — suimiúil, suimiúil, captivating, is cúis spéise:

    I think learning foreign languages is fascinating!

  • hilarious — greannmhar, hilarious:

    This sketch show is hilarious!

  • brilliant — iontach, iontach, gan íoc, cliste:

    The actress played her role brilliantly!

    Is féidir leat a rá freisin:

    He’s a brilliant (smart) student, composer, writer.

  • fabulous — fabulous, taibhseach:

    There was a fabulous view high across the river from the window of my hotel room.

    Fabulous fuarthas an dea-cháil na focail is fearr leat de George W. Bush — an iar-uachtarán na Stát Aontaithe úsáidtear go minic é nuair a raibh sé ag iarraidh a chur in iúl mo admiration. Tá sé freisin ar eolas go maith agus le sraith de chláir dar teideal The Fabulous Life of … a insíonn de Fatima lavish, gluaisteáin, luaimh agus an ceann scríbe celebrity.

  • bodacious — tagraíonn sé leis an slang Mheiriceá. Tá sé in úsáid sa chiall den scoth, den scoth, go hiontach, mar shampla:

    Bodacious bargain!

    Is féidir é a úsáid freisin sa chiall sensual, sexy:

    Bodacious babe!

  • gorgeous — a dazzling, taibhseach. Is féidir leat teacht ar na frásaí: gorgeous view gorgeous skyline gorgeous shot gorgeous sunset An frása is coitianta:

    You look gorgeous tonight!- Tráthnóna seo, a fhéachann tú iontach.

  • magnificent — a iontach, iontach. Is féidir é a úsáid mar synonym do stunning

    The Tower Bridge looks magnificent in foggy weather.

  • terrific — taibhseach, fiú nuair a tháirgeadh tuiscint mhór:

    You look terrific in your new outfit!

Uaireanta ní mór dúinn a chur in iúl ní amháin ar an admiration, ansin is féidir leat é a úsáid na focail seo a leanas:

  • disappointingfrustrating — frustrating, nach beo suas chun ionchais:

    I didn’t like the business trip, it was very frustrating experience

    Leis na focail seo is féidir cur síos ar an iompar na ndaoine nuair díomá siad leat; nó fiú cáineadh ar an grianghraf-fóram a chur in iúl, mhol an réiteach neamhlitearthacht pictiúr comhdhéanaimh mar frustrating image

  • dull — leadránach, liath, mediocre, dull:

    The book makes dull reading.

    Oiriúnach chun cur síos ar an aimsir, na dathanna, na híomhánna den tírdhreach. Tá sé le fáil san abairt dull season — séasúr íseal.

  • outrageous — outrageous, maslach, berserk:

    It was outrageous injustice!

  • depressing — leatromach, painful:

    The weather was dull and depressing.

  • nervous — néaróg, i stát de excitement:

    I felt nervous before the exam.

  • to have butterflies in one’s stomach — slonn cainte a chiallaíonn a bheith buartha, imní.

    I wanted to make the best impression on my guests, and waiting for their arrival, I had butterflies in my stomach.

  • disgusting — disgusting:

    It was an expensive restaurant, but the food was disgusting! I felt like I had wasted my money.

One soiléiriú tábhachtach! Bí cúramach a bhaint as an very aidiachtaí a chur in iúl an méid uasta ar aon chaighdeán. Agus tá na aidiachtaí san Airteagal seo go leor le cúpla! Mar shampla, ní féidir linn a rá very breathtaking very gorgeous agus very stunning I na Rúise, freisin, mar sin nach bhfuil muid ag rá nach bhfuil muid ag caint an-iontach, an-taibhseach, agus an-iontach seo. Neartú do imoibriú mhothúchánach agus is féidir i mBéarla, ag baint úsáide as an chanúint absolutely absolutely breathtaking absolutely gorgeous absolutely stunning

Chun tástáil ar conas cuimhnigh go maith ar na focail, a chuirimid ar fáil duit a pas a fháil sa tástáil seo a leanas:

 

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