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WALL-E trailer

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.

Fractions and decimals

Said Written Said
half 0.5 point five
a quarter 0.25 point two five
three quarters 0.75 point seven five


Written Said
25% twenty five percent
50% fifty percent
75% seventy five percent
100% a/one hundred percent


Written Said
$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


Written Said
1988 Nineteen eighty-eight
1864 Eighteen sixty-four
1999 Nineteen ninety-nine

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