Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 8 SEJ 3 Anglistics

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Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 8 SEJ 3 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission

Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 8 SEJ 3 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission

Anglistics Study Programme Prevod tekstova u oba smera sa naglaskom na unreal past i

Anglistics Study Programme Prevod tekstova u oba smera sa naglaskom na unreal past i izraze: I wish, if only, as if, as though, it’s time + Past Simple Wish, if only, would rather, as if, as though + Past Perfect Wishes • The verb to wish is used with the unreal past when we want to talk about situations in the present that we are not happy about but cannot change. • I wish I had more money. (prevodimo prezentom) • She wishes she was beautiful. • We wish we could come to your party. Preferences using "I'd rather" and "It's time" • I'd rather and it's time are also followed by the unreal past. The verb is in the past tense, but the situation is in the present. When we want to talk about a course of action we would prefer someone else to take, we use I'd rather + past tense.

Anglistics Study Programme Prevod teksta i ključnih izraza: Constable - a British police officer

Anglistics Study Programme Prevod teksta i ključnih izraza: Constable - a British police officer of the lowest rank Metropolitan police - Metropolitan police are municipal police of major metropolitan areas. oilskin - [uncountable] thick cotton cloth that is treated with oil so that water cannot pass through itan oilskin jacket cape - a long loose piece of clothing without sleeves that fastens around your neck and hangs from your shoulders clamp down - to take firm action to stop a particular type of crime bull’s eye - a circular piece of glass especially with a lump in the middle

Anglistics Study Programme Squawk – 1 : to utter a harsh abrupt scream 2

Anglistics Study Programme Squawk – 1 : to utter a harsh abrupt scream 2 : to complain or protest loudly or vehemently opponents of the bill squawked Bristle - to furnish with short stiff coarse hairs or filaments : to furnish with bristles to muse - [intransitive] to think about something in a careful slow waymuse on/about/over: He mused on his relationship with his own father. To make one’s blood run cold- A sound, sight, or thought that makes your blood run cold frightens you very much: I heard a tapping on the window which made my blood run cold.