Чтение текстов помогает в изучении английского языка, позволяет расширить словарный запас.
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Основной словарный запас изучающих английский язык:■ Список слов, входящих в топ 1000,2000,3000, наиболее употребляемых слов,
согласно Longman Communication 3000 ?,
в разговорном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;
в письменном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;
■ Список наиболее употребляемых слов в академических текстах
на английском языке "The Academic Word List" ? (1451 слово)
■ Список наиболее употребляемых слов в разговорном и письменном
английском языке согласно "New General Service List" ?
(2818 общеупотребительных слов)
■ The Oxford 3000 words list.?
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■ Русские и английские пословицы и поговорки
■ 200 Words of Intermediate TOEFL iBT Vocabulary ■ 1500 Words of Advanced TOEFL iBT Vocabulary
Reflectverb (reflects, reflecting, reflected)
think, cerebrate, cogitate, deliberate, reason, speculate
For example, if something reflects an attitude or situation, it shows that the attitude or situation exists or it shows what it is like. The low value of the dollar reflects growing concern about the U.S.
Rivalnoun, verb (rivals, rivaling, rivaled)
challenger, competitor, contender, adversary, enemy
For example, your rival is a person, business, or organization against whom you are competing or fighting in the same area or for the same things. He eliminated his rival in brutal struggle for power.
Relapseverb (relapses, relapsing, relapsed)
lapse, backslide, recidivate
For example, if a sick person relapses, his health suddenly gets worse after it had been improving. In 90 percent of cases, the patient will relapse within six months.
ordinary, everyday, plain, plain Jane, quotidian, unremarkable, usual, workaday
For example, you use routine to describe activities that are done as a normal part of a job or process. The operator has to be able to carry out routine maintenance of the machine.
Replacementnoun (replace, replaced)
alternate, backup, fill-in, pinch hitter, stand-in, sub, surrogate
For example, if you refer to the replacement of one thing by another, you mean that second thing takes the place of the first. Let ‘s investigate the problem before we dispatch replacements....the replacement of damaged or lost books.
line, file, queue, rank, string, tier
For example, a row of things or people is a number of them arranged in a line. The men are arranging school desks and chairs into neat rows.
backlog, hoard, inventory, nest egg, reservoir, stock, stockpile, store
For example, a reserve is a supply of something that is available for use when it is needed. A friend can be a reserve of help in times of trouble.
Rubverb (rubs, rubbing, rubbed)
buff, burnish, furbish, glance, glaze, gloss, shine
For example, if you rub an object or a surface, you move a cloth backward and forward over it in order to clean or dry it. She took off her glasses and rubbed them hard.
Resistverb (resists, resisting, resisted)
buck, combat, contest, dispute, duel, fight, oppose, repel, traverse, withstand; if you resist
something such as a change, you refuse to accept it and try to prevent it. They resisted our attempt to modernize the distribution of books.
Runverb (runs, ran, running)
function, operate, administer, control, govern, and manage
For example, if you run something such as a business or an activity, you are in charge of it or you organize it. His stepfather ran a prosperous paint business.
Restrictverb (restricts, restricting, restricted)
limit, bar, circumscribe, confine, delimit, delimitate
For example, if you restrict something, you put a limit on it in order to prevent it from becoming too great. The French, I believe, restrict Japanese imports to a maximum of three percent or their market.
Retainverb (retains, retaining, retained)
have, enjoy, hold, own, possess
For example, to retain something means to continue to have that thing. (Formal) Other countries retained their traditional and habitual ways of doing things.
Retardverb (retards, retarding, retarded)
delay, decelerate, detain, hang up, mire, set back, slacken, slow (up or down)
For example, if something retards a process, or the development of something, it makes it happen more slowly. (Formal) Continuing violence will retard negotiations over the country ‘s future.
Reviseverb (revises, revising, revised)
redraft, redraw, restyle, revamp, rework, rewrite, work over
For example, when you revise an article, a book, a law, or a piece of music, you change it in order to improve it, make it modern, or make it more suitable for a particular purpose. The staff should work together to improve or revise the syllabus or school curriculum.
recession, redraft, review, revisal, revise
For example, to make a revision of something that is written or something that has been decided means to make changes to it in order to improve it, make it more modern, or make it more suitable for a particular purpose. The government will also make a number of revisions to reflect better data since the original figures were released.