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  • i’m wearing my favourite clothes. they are — с русского на английский

    [PrepP; Invar; adv]

    =====

    1. продавать, покупать, торговать из-под полы (in refer, to the illegal sale or purchase of sth.) (to sell, buy sth., trade) secretly, stealthily:

    on the black market.

         ♦ Ибанцы [nonce word] обожают иностранцев… И всё иностранное ибанцы тоже любят. Во-первых, потому, что оно дороже и достать его труднее. Доставать-то приходится из-под полы втридорога, во-вторых, в иностранном сам себя чувствуешь чуть-чуть иностранцем и чуть-чуть за границей (Зиновьев 1). [The] Ibanskians adore foreigners….And the Ibanskians love everything foreign. First of all because foreign goods are dearer and harder to find. They have to come from under the counter at three times the price. Secondly, if you’re wearing foreign clothes you feel just a little bit foreign, just a little bit as if you were abroad (1a).

         ♦ Жители Савёлова работали на заводе, а кормились рекой — рыбачили и из-под полы продавали рыбу (Мандельштам 1). The inhabitants of Savelovo worked mainly at the nearby factory, but they got a livelihood from the river by catching fish and selling it on the black market (1a).

    2. (to do sth.) furtively, secretly:

    underhand.

         ♦ Мы видели её [статью] однажды на кафедре, уже жёлтую, с потрёпанными ушами… Она там хранилась, по-видимому, как беспрецедентный случай. Ею гордились, не перечитывая, и кое-кому, из-под полы, показывали (Битов 2). We saw it [the article] once at the department, already yellow and dog-eared. It was apparently being preserved there as an unprecedented case. They were proud of it, although they didn’t reread it, and they showed it to a few people on the sly (2a).

         ♦ Роман [«Доктор Живаго»] в рукописи несколько лет ходил в Москве по рукам, официально обсуждался в наших редакциях… В чем же был криминал? Все делалось не тайком, не из-под полы, а открыто… (Гладков 1). The novel [Doctor Zhivago] had been circulating in Moscow in manuscript copies for several years; it had been officially under consideration by Soviet publishers….What, then, was so criminal in Pasternak’s case? There was nothing secretive or underhand here; it was all done quite openly… (1a).
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    Got ashes on my pants, my favourite ones but I don’t care no more

    На моих штанах пепел, мои любимые, но мне уже все равно.

    If you’re not here with me, my favourite one, I might as well just go

    Если ты не со мной, мой любимый, я могу просто уйти.

    I’ll leave it in your room my favourite

    Я оставлю его в твоей комнате, мой любимый.

    Clothes and you can wear them out, if you want

    Ты можешь носить одежду, если хочешь.

    But just in case you miss the way I smell, it’ll just be there

    Но на случай, если ты упустишь мой запах, он просто будет рядом.

    Cause I can’t make you stay if you wanna go

    Потому что я не могу заставить тебя остаться, если ты хочешь уйти.

    But I will wait for you to say «Come home»

    Но я буду ждать, когда ты скажешь: «Вернись домой».

    Now might not just be the time for us

    Возможно, сейчас не время для нас.

    But know that what we have will always last

    Но знай, что то, что у нас есть, всегда будет длиться вечно.

    I fear the day might come that I will see you with another man

    Боюсь, настанет день, когда я увижу тебя с другим мужчиной.

    As much as it hurts me in the feels, I hope he holds your hand

    Как бы мне ни было больно в чувствах, надеюсь, он держит тебя за руку.

    I pray to God that you live happily, appreciate yourself

    Я молюсь Богу, чтобы ты жил счастливо, ценил себя.

    Who knows maybe one day we’ll be a family

    Кто знает, может, однажды мы станем семьей?

    Cause I can’t make you stay if you wanna go

    Потому что я не могу заставить тебя остаться, если ты хочешь уйти.

    But I will wait for you to say «Come home»

    Но я буду ждать, когда ты скажешь: «Вернись домой».

    Now might not just be the time for us

    Возможно, сейчас не время для нас.

    But know that what we have will always last

    Но знай, что то, что у нас есть, всегда будет длиться вечно.

    Time is my friend until this life ends

    Время-мой друг, пока эта жизнь не закончится.

    There’s nothing that it cannot mend

    Нет ничего, что не могло бы исправить.

    Everyday I wonder if you ever miss my love

    Каждый день мне интересно, скучаешь ли ты по моей любви?

    Cause I can’t make you stay if you wanna go

    Потому что я не могу заставить тебя остаться, если ты хочешь уйти.

    But I will wait for you to say «Come home»

    Но я буду ждать, когда ты скажешь: «Вернись домой».

    Now might not just be the time for us

    Возможно, сейчас не время для нас.

    But know that what we have will always last

    Но знай, что то, что у нас есть, всегда будет длиться вечно.

    Cause I can’t make you stay if you wanna go

    Потому что я не могу заставить тебя остаться, если ты хочешь уйти.

    (Cause I can’t make you stay if you wanna go)

    (Потому что я не могу заставить тебя остаться, если ты хочешь уйти)

    But I will wait for you to say «Come home»

    Но я буду ждать, когда ты скажешь: «Вернись домой».

    (I will wait for you, just say it I’ll wait for you)

    (Я буду ждать тебя, просто скажи это, я буду ждать тебя)

    Now might not just be the time for us

    Возможно, сейчас не время для нас.

    (Ohh the time for us)

    (О, время для нас!)

    But know that what we have will always last ohh

    Но знай, что то, что у нас есть, всегда будет длиться.








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[])) 90003.90000 Page not found 90001 90002 Advanced search 90003 90004 Content: 90005 90004 Language: Afar Abkhaz Avestan Afrikaans Akan Amharic Aragonese Arabic Assamese Asturianu Avaric Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Belarusian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bambara Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Standard, Tibetan, Central Breton Bosnian Catalan Chechen Chamorro Corsican Cree Czech Old Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian Chuvash Welsh Danish German Divehi, Dhivehi, Maldivian Dzongkha Ewe Greek (modern) English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque Persian (Farsi) Fula, Fulah, Pulaar, Pular Finnish Fijian Faroese French Western Frisian Irish Scottish Gaelic, Gaelic Galician Guaraní Gujarati Manx Hausa Hebrew (modern) Hindi Hiri Motu Croatian Haitian, Haitian Creole Hungarian Armenian Herero Interlingua Indonesian Interlingue Igbo Nuosu Inupiaq Ido Icelandic 90005.90000 Sample Answers and Topic Vocabulary for IELTS Speaking Exam — TheTestTaker 90001 90002 90003 90004 What type of clothes do you like to wear? 90005 90006 90007 90008 — Well, I prefer 90004 casual clothes 90005 — simple and comfortable. A pair of jeans and a shirt would be perfect. I am not really the 90004 fashionable 90005 type. But of course, I also 90004 dress up 90005 for special occasions. 90015 90008 90015 90018 90003 90004 What kind of clothes do people in your country usually wear 90005 90004? 90005 90006 90007 90008 -Climate affects people’s clothing.I live in the tropics, so people in my country usually wear clothes with 90004 light fabrics 90005. We also wear light-colored clothes. For 90004 casual attire 90005, a 90004 pair of jeans 90005 or 90004 short pants 90005 and a 90004 shirt 90005 for men or 90004 blouse 90005 for women are common. 90015 90008 90015 90042 90003 90004 How important is fashion to you? 90005 90006 90007 90008 -I am not much worried about it actually. I prefer wearing simple yet 90004 presentable 90005 clothes.90015 90008 90015 90054 90003 90004 What kind of clothes do you dislike 90005 90004? 90005 90006 90007 90008 -Well, I dislike wearing 90004 untidy 90005 and 90004 eccentric 90005 clothes. Example would be 90004 tearing or ripped jeans 90005. I also avoid clothes with flashy colors or those that are too stunning. 90015 90008 90015 90008 5. 90004 Do you think people behave differently in different kinds of clothes 90005 90004? 90005 90015 90008 90015 90008 -Yes, I think people behave differently when they wear different clothes.For example, one who wears 90004 formal clothes 90005 may portray an image of being professional and confident. Wearing 90004 casual clothes 90005, on the other hand, makes us look comfortable and relaxed. 90015 90008 90015 90008 6. 90004 What kind of clothes do people wear to work in your country 90005 90004? 90005 90015 90008 90015 90008 -Those who work in the corporate wear either 90004 smart casual 90005 or 90004 business / formal attire 90005 on a regular work day. Some employees such as teachers have 90004 uniform 90005 s.Other workers are allowed to wear casual clothes to works. 90015 90008 90004 90005 90015 90108 Part 2 90109 90008 90004 Describe someone you know who dresses well. You should say 90005 90015 90114 90003 90004 who they are 90005 90006 90003 90004 how you know them 90005 90006 90003 90004 what kind of clothes they wear 90005 90006 90127 90008 90004 and say why you like the way they dress 90005 90004. 90005 90015 90008 90015 90008 Let me talk about a friend who dresses very well.Her name is Tina. We are of the same age and she is currently a professor in a prestigious university in my country. Although she is not in the fashion industry, she dresses 90004 fashionably 90005. She is tall, not very slim and is very 90004 attractive 90005. 90015 90008 She has been my friend since high school. I get to see her from time to time as she also lives in my neighborhood. We also spend time together with friends especially on weekends. 90015 90008 Actually, she does not have a specific 90004 dressing preference 90005 or 90004 style 90005.I think she bases her attire on the weather as well as on occasions and events, I usually see her wearing 90004 light colored dresses 90005 and 90004 high-heeled shoes 90005 when she goes to work. She also wears 90004 formal clothes 90005. She is fond of 90004 accessories 90005 which looks fashionable. Her 90004 footwear 90005 always 90004 matches 90005 her dress. I think she has a huge collection of clothes, shoes and bags as I rarely see her wearing the same set after some time. I see her wear 90004 casual clothes 90005 too but they do not look 90004 plain or boring 90005 on her.90015 90008 I think she can carry herself very well in any kind of dress. She 90004 looks comfortable 90005 no matter what her attire is. She always looks clean and tidy. I like her style because she does not 90004 dress extravagant 90005 or offensive. She always looks professional and presentable. 90015 90008 90015 90002 90003 90004 How important are clothes and fashion to you? [Why / Why not?]? 90005 90006 90007 90008 Clothes and fashion are not that important to me. I always prefer comfortable clothes but making sure that I’d 90004 look presentable 90005 and clean.I am more of being practical in choosing what I wear. 90015 90018 90003 90004 How different are the clothes you wear now from those you wore 10 years ago 90005 90004? 90005 90006 90007 90008 Well, I can say that there has not been much change with the clothes I wear now with that of about 10 years ago. I still wear the regular jeans and shirt for casual days or formal clothes on business events. But, I think since the trend has changed, the kind of these basic clothing has also changed for me, especially when it comes to the style of the jeans and shirts.I used to wear straight-cut jeans but nowadays, I wear contemporary style such as slim-fit clothes. 90015 90008 90004 90196 90197 90005 90015 90042 90003 90004 What do you think the clothes we wear say about us 90005 90004? 90005 90006 90007 90008 At times, I think the clothes we wear may show part of our personality or status. For example, clothing may determine the kind of job a person has. For some, it may be a tool for expression. Some could be stylish and fashionable which may reflect their personality as being creative.90015.90000 Fashion and My style of clothes 90001 90002 Fashion is a thing that we have to keep up with, whether you like it or not. Anyway it’s important to look attractive. But it does not mean that you should be a fashion-conscious. It may turn to a waste of money. If a person does not have good taste he is not able to put things together. Trendy people want to stand out in a crowd, but sometimes they do not look stylish. 90003 First of all, think clothes should suit you.If you have good taste you can buy a big range of styles and always look fashionable. But clothes should suit the occasion, and put you in the right mood for the day. But there are people who are not able bothered about fashion, they just want to stand out in a crowd by wearing something unusual, old-fashioned or trendy. Actually, I’m not such a person and I guess you should choose things according to your personality and character, and you’ll look well-dressed even if you wear something casual.90004 90002 I like wearing different kinds of clothes, but certainly clothes should suit the occasion. When I plan what I’m going to wear I usually think what kind of meeting I have. At school we were not allowed to wear sport or bright clothes, we had to wear clothes of formal style. Usually I wore a jacket, a blouse and trousers or a skirt. But I did not like being dressed that way, as many other students. Really I prefer smart clothes to formal. Besides I enjoy wearing sport clothes, because I feel comfortable in it.Also on my list of likes there are jeans. One of my favourite colours is white, so I like white sweaters, tops and skirts. I usually wear high heeled shoes even if it’s not always comfortable or thick-soled boots. When I go out I always dress up, because I feel better that way. But when I have an official meeting I try to wear formal clothes. 90004 .

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