Трейлер Wall-e с небольшим упражнением на listening.
Числа в английском языке.
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Seven hundred years into the future, mankind will leave our planet. earth’s cleanup in the hands of one incredible machine.
Meet Wall-E. The last robot on Earth. to clean up our planet. But after all these years, he’s developed one little glitch – a personality!
-Wow! -He’s extremely . Highly inquisitive. And just a little bit lonely. But all that is about to .
-At last... -Wow! -My love is...
Her name is Eve. She may be wired differently, but that’s not going to stop Wall*E from trying to make a connection.
Now, he’s leaving the only he’s ever known to find the only friend he’s ever had.
into – в или до определенного момента (at or until a certain time):
Andy and I talked well into the night. – Мы с Энди болтали до самой ночи
mankind – человечество
one of the most important events in the history of mankind
cleanup – очистка
incredible – потрясающий (extremely good, large, or great)
The view is just incredible.
There was blood everywhere and the pain was incredible.
in the hands of = in the control of
This matter is too important to be left in the hands of an inexperienced lawyer.
he’s (= he has – почему не is/was?) developed one little glitch – a personality –
У него появился небольшой сбой (компьютерный глюк) – индивидуальность
develope – появилась проблема:
The oil tank had developed a small crack.
The plane developed engine trouble and was forced to land.
inquisitive – любопытный, любознательный
wire – соединять проводами, подключать
Now, he’s leaving the only world he’s ever known to find the only friend he’s ever had. – просто классическое предложение на времена. Что значит каждая ’s? Почему то или иное время?
Обратите внимание на:
Seven hundred а не hundreds
mankind will leave – будущее время
earth’s cleanup – притяжательная форма.
Числа в английском языке
The cardinal numbers (one, two, three, etc.) are adjectives referring to quantity, and the ordinal numbers (first, second, third, etc.) refer to distribution.
- There are twenty-five people in the room.
- He was the fourteenth person to win the award since 1934.
- Six hundred thousand people were left homeless after the earthquake.
- I must have asked you twenty times to be quiet.
- He went to Israel for the third time this year.
Fractions and decimals
|a quarter||0.25||point two five|
|three quarters||0.75||point seven five|
|25%||twenty five percent|
|75%||seventy five percent|
|100%||a/one hundred percent|
|$1,200||one thousand two hundred dollars|
|£16,486||sixteen thousand four hundred and eighty-six pounds|
|545kms||five hundred and forty-five kilometres|
|$25.35||twenty-five dollars thirty-five|
How to say ‘0’
|nought||used in mathematical expressions and decimals:
‘nought times three equals nought‘
0.3 = ‘nought point three’ (or ‘point three’)
0.03 = ‘point nought three’
|zero||used in scientific expressions, especially temperatures:
-20oC = minus twenty degrees or twenty degrees below zero
also used to mean ‘the lowest point’:
‘The heavy rain reduced visibility to zero‘
|‘o‘ (the letter)||used in telephone numbers:
0171 390 0062 = ‘o one seven one three nine o double o six two’
|nil/nothing||used to express the score in games such as football:
2 – 0 = ‘two nil‘ or ‘two nothing‘