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Начните с нуля. Откройте чистый лист. Разберитесь в том, чей голос вы слышите. Ищите возможность послужить, а не развлечься. Учитесь искусству быть родителями. Каковы отношения человека с другими людьми? Позиция удовлетворенности и надежды Старайтесь стать близкими друзьями (вторая стадия). Стройте и испытывайте свои отношения в реальных жизненных условиях. Сохраните страсть для брака (четвертая стадия). ГБОУ ВПО Тверской ГМУ Минздравсоцразвития России Кафедра физической культуры с курсом медицинской реабилитации Механизм лечебного действия лечебных упражнений при язвенной болезни Схемы двигательных режимов и показания к расширению двигательной активности Способы дозировки нагрузки в лечебной гимнастике Методы и методики в лечебной гимнастике. Специальные упражнения и комплексы Противопоказанные упражнения. ЕСЛИ БЫ ВАША ВАГИНА НОСИЛА ОДЕЖДУ, ЧТО БЫ ОНА ВЫБРАЛА? ЕСЛИ БЫ ВАША ВАГИНА МОГЛА ГОВОРИТЬ, ЧТО БЫ ОНА СКАЗАЛА? МНЕ БЫЛО ДВЕНАДЦАТЬ. МАМА ДАЛА МНЕ ПОЩЕЧИНУ Основано на интервью с женщиной, прошедшей курс «Моя вагина» ПОТОМУ ЧТО ОН ЛЮБИЛ НА НЕЕ СМОТРЕТЬ ЖЕНЩИНА, КОТОРАЯ ЛЮБИЛА ДЕЛАТЬ ВАГИНЫ СЧАСТЛИВЫМИ Карен ОБЕЛЬ, директор «Инициативы вузов» ЧТО ВАС БОЛЬШЕ ВСЕГО ТРОНУЛО? ПОЛУЧАТЕЛИ СРЕДСТВ ИЗ ФОНДОВ «ДНЯ V» Поняття про біль та знеболення Інгаляційний наркоз (леткі і газоподібні наркотичні засоби) Протипоказання до інгаляційного наркозу Клінічний перебіг інгаляційного наркозу Поняття про місцеву анестезію Внутрішньокісткова анестезія Вы можете провести любые подвижные игры на свое усмотрение. М. Наянамани. Игры на свежем воздухе. М. Лалита прия. Просмотр мультфильма. Во время адаптации заниматься с детьми индивидуально, вести за детьми наблюдения Игры-занятия на ноябрь месяц Игры-занятия на декабрь месяц Игры-занятия на январь месяц Игры-занятия на февраль месяц Упражнения для формирования и совершенствования навыков бега Упражнения для развития чувства равновесия Для детей дошкольного возраста THE SEA FISHING PORT OF SEVASTOPOL LESSON 12. NECESSARY REPAIR AND DAMAGE SURVEY Ударение в словах с отделяемыми приставками Чтение гласных в третьем и четвёртом типе слога Особенности американского произношения Тема 13. Економічні засади професійного спорту. Eliminate the extra word: father, sister, lamp, son, daughter Put the adverb in the correct place: I have read any stories by Jack London (never ) The type “sweet-smiling” consists of Lexicology is the part of linguistics dealing with Express in one word: to fight with a long thin pointed sword as a sport Правила соревнований по дуэльному фехтованию Про проведення особисто - командного Чемпіонату черкаської області V. Умови проведення змагань. The verb as a part of speech. Classification of verbs. The category of aspect of the verb. The categories of person and number of the verb. The category of tense of the verb. The Gerund and Participle I. The principal parts of the sentence. The secondary parts of the sentence Sentence. General information. The complex and the compound sentences. Ex. 23. Give a summary of the text “Lungs”. ABSOLUTE PARTICIPLE CONSTRUCTION DISORDERS OF THE SINUSES AND THROAT Ex. 19. Speak on the causes, signs, and treatment of grippe. INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND THEIR TYPES Ex. 16. Compose the dialogue using the information of the text “Infectious Diseases and their Types”. Ex. 18. Write out key sentences of the text “Immune System”. Ex. 17. Give a summary of the text “AIDS”. Ex. 10. What endocrine glands do you know? Ex. 16. Translate the text “Endocrine System” into Ukrainian. Ex. 36. Compose your own dialogue on the endocrine system. Ex. 7. Translate the text “Hormonal Problems” into Ukrainian. OBJECTIVE INFINITIVE CONSTRUCTION Ex. 16. Write out key words of the text “Diabetes Mellitus”. Ex. 23. Say to what conclusion you have come after having read the text “Medication”. Textbook; homework; stomachache; toothache; gallbladder; cheeckbone; eyebrow. Ex. 10. Translate the text “Nervous System” into Ukrainian. Ex. 19. Compose the dialogue on nervous system. Ex. 12. Translate the text “Brain” into Ukrainian. Ex. 3. Compose 2-3- sentences using the words of VOCABULARY. Ex. 18. Write out key words of the text. OBJECTIVE PARTICIPLE CONSTRUCTION Ex. 16. Write out key words of the text “Urinary System”. Ex. 11. Translate the text “Kidneys Disorders” into Ukrainian. Ex. 21. Say to what conclusion you have come after having read the text “Kidney Stones”. Ex. 12. Translate the text “Cancer” into Ukrainian. Urinary Tract and Bladder Cancer TUMORS OF THE SMALL INTESTINE FOOD AND NUTRITION DURING PREGNANCY Ex. 24. Having read the text “Development of the Organ System”, point out the facts that turn out to be new for you. Ex. 23. Say to what conclusion you have come after having read the text “Development During Preschool Years”. READING AND DEVELOPING READING SKILLS NUTRITION OF PRESCHOOL CHILD CHILDHOOD INFECTIOUS DISEASES Ex. 14. Write out key words of the text “Childhood Infectious Diseases”. INFINITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS AND PARTICIPLES Ex. 9. Translate the text “Measles” into Ukrainian. TREATMENT FOR WHOOPING COUGH КОРОТКИЙ ДОВІДНИК З ПРАВИЛ СЛОВОТВОРЕННЯ Вказівні займенники (Demonstrative Pronouns) Заперечні форми (Negative Sentences). Умовні речення (Conditional Sentences). Незалежний дієприкметниковий комплекс With the experienced actress's instinct to fit the gesture to the word, by a Him on one of his birthdays and behind it a rack in red morocco, heavily gilt, But Michael rose from his chair. The young man went scarlet. He smiled stiffly in answer to Julia's warm, Julia, however, had insisted that she must have her bedroom as she liked, and On shorts and a sweater and have a run round Regent's Park. Great stickler for saying the author's exact words, though, God knows, the Make something out of it. Of course we had to cut the other woman a lot in Was not particularly good-looking, but he had a frank, open face and his Which were signed photographs of George V and Queen Mary. Over the WHEN the two men had gone she looked through the photographs again There were photographs of Julia when she was a child, and photographs of A comedy line, seemed to sound all wrong when she spoke it. Nowhere and that if he wanted to become a leading actor he must gain Right intonation himself he would never let a false one pass in anyone else. The company laughed at him and abused him and did everything they could The result of the interview was that Michael got an engagement. He stayed at Was a boisterous, fat old woman of more than sixty, but of great vitality, who It was two years later that Jimmie Langton discovered her. She was on tour in French like a Frenchwoman and so they give you broken English parts. That's Out of the play you're in now before you could say knife. Me for? I'll give you a three years' contract, I'll give you eight pounds a week Company? I've got much more important things to do than that, my girl. And Nothing to do but act eight times a week attended the rehearsals. Management. One's got to be one's own master. That's the only way to make a Julia soon discovered that he did not much like spending money, and when At one time there was some talk of putting him in the university boat. Thought never entered his lovely head. Dreamt what ecstatic pleasure it gave her to spend her money on him. Lamb, he had not been able to bring himself to spring to that, but she was so When some member of the company, momentarily hard up, tried to borrow Ended with a powerful and moving scene in which Julia had the opportunity To her with absorbed interest. She was dressed fussily, with a sort of old-fashioned richness which did not Bazaar stuff, and you wondered how anyone had thought it worth bringing To the fire, lit a cigarette. For the last week she had asked herself whether or not he was going to Michael watched the affecting scene with sympathy. Indeed, that she was quite willing to become his mistress, but this he refused. She adored to sit cuddled up to him with his arm round her waist, her face Face an eager, happy smile, she felt that her muscles were stiff and hard. Michael gave her his sweet, good-natured smile. He took a swing and with his open hand gave her a great smack on the face. Broken my heart and ruined my whole life just to keep me in your rotten AFTER a fortnight of rehearsals, Michael was thrown out of the part for In the empty carriage and looked at herself in the glass. Her to her room she held up her face to his. THE first year of their marriage would have been stormy except for Michael's She gave him a look of scorn. Business. He eventually got a part in a costume play. Meanwhile Julia had been playing a succession of important parts and was She was pregnant at the time. Michael had judged it imprudent to have a Been so badly wounded that they had got their discharge. Little sick. She could not respond to his ardour, she was eager that he should Table by her side. She looked at him while he read the paper. Was it possible He specialized in men about town, gentlemanly gamblers, guardsmen and It was a warm beautiful night. Michael had bought options, though it wrung Light dawned on him, and he was so surprised that he slowed down. Was it Care of yourself. It's a chance in a thousand, and I think it would be madness Julia spent a happy morning in bed reading the Sunday papers. She read first Kneeling by her side put his arms round her. Was happier than he had ever been before. It was a damned satisfactory To her praise of his exquisite nose and beautiful eyes. She got a little private Unkind things she had for so long been thinking of him. He was getting more out of her than any other director had done. Outrageously vain of his person. Now and slipped between the sheets. Side to him. And terribly good-looking. My word. From which the fat had been cut, and some dry toast. Julia got up, dressed, Prosperous to me. For all you know he may have gone without his dinner for a Fan letters. That was how she kept in touch with her public. Having addressed Tamerleys, who had never got on very well, agreed to separate. It was indeed Her magnetism was incontestable. It gave him quite a thrill to realize on a Middle-aged man, and she thought of him as a nice old thing. She was madly His beautiful manners she could count upon him not making a nuisance of Again she gave a little nod. Bred, so cultured, she could not think of him as a lover. It would be like going But Michael had perfect health. Didn't just want to be seen with her. Wondering whether one of them would recall something, when the door Away from her in fancy and she felt strangely young again. And now she had a notion that he was gently drawing her along, his lips still Brother had ravished me of the most precious treasure a young woman in my Just finished making-up. He was startled. Adore tripe and onions. Oh, Michael, Michael, if you love me, if you've got any Right and there would be one waiting for her at the station in Paris. Inquiry the whole story and gave him her opinion of the travel agency, the Cigarette-case with a gold crown on it. CONTRASTIVE TYPOLOGY, ITS AIMS AND METHODS OF INVESTIGATION Practical Aims and Tasks of Contrastive Typology Methods of Investigation in Contrastive Typology A Short Historical Outline of Typological Investigations TYPOLOGY OF THE PHONETIC AND PHONOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Factors Facilitating the Typological Study of Lexicon The Semiotic or Global Classification of Lexicon The Identification of Semiotic Superclasses of Words Socially, Stylistically and Functionally Distinguished Classes of Words Onomasiological and Semasiological Characteristics of Different Units of Lexicon Word-Formation in English and Ukrainian Combined Prefixal and Suffixal Formation of Words Typology of Idiomatic and Set Expressions Isomorphisms and Allomorphisms in the Morphemic Structure of English and Ukrainian Words Typology of the Parts of Speech in the Contrasted Languages Typological Features of the Noun as a Part of Speech Table 13 Isomorphic Semantic Groups of Singularia Tantum Nouns The Category of Case and its Realisation in English and Ukrainian Grading of Adjectives in English and Ukrainian The Numeral as a Part of Speech in English and Ukrainian Typological Characteristics of the Pronoun Typological Characteristics of the English and Ukrainian Verb Ways of Expressing Morphological Categories of the English and Ukrainian Verb Typology of the Non-Finite Forms of the Verb (Verbals) Other Peculiar Features of English and Ukrainian Verbs Lexico-Syntactic Classes of Adverbs Statives and their Typological Characteristics Modal Words and Phrases/Modals Typological Characteristics of Prepositions Case Allocation of Ukrainian Preposition. Typological Characteristics of Particles Typological Characteristics of Interjections/Emotives Syntactic Processes, their Types and Ways of Realisation Syntactic Relations and Ways of their Realisation Attributive Relations Predicative Relations Syntactic Relations in English and Ukrainian Syndetic connection Asyndetic connection Types of Word-Groups in English and Ukrainian III. Predicative Word-Groups Structural Types of Sentences in English and Ukrainian One-Member Sentences in English and Ukrainian One-Word Sentences/Quasi-Sentences in English and Ukrainian Communicate Types of Sentences The Structural Segmentation of the Sentence in English and Ukrainian The Compound Predicate and Ways of Expressing It TYPOLOGY OF THE SECONDARY PARTS Ways of Joining Different Adjuncts and Complements in English and Ukrainian Word-Groups and Sentences The Adverbial Complement of Manner/Обставина способу дії Adverbial Complements of Attendant Circumstances/ Обставини супроводжуючих способів дії Typology of the Homogeneous Parts of the Sentence Grammatically Independent Elements in the Sentence Non-Segmentable Sentences in English and Ukrainian Elements of Direct Address in English and Ukrainian Typology of the Compound Sentence D. Compound Sentences with Determining Clauses/Склад носурядні речення з детермінованими складовими Compound Sentences with Asyndetically Adjoined Clauses Compound-Complex Sentences in English and Ukrainian Typological Features of Subject Clauses Typological Features of Predicative Clauses Typological Features of Object Clauses Typological Features of Attributive Clauses Allomorphic Correlations between Some English and Ukrainian Simple and Composite Sentences Typological Features of the Clauses of Condition (умови)
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