Lekcja 24

Ścieżka dźwiękowa do lekcji, wciśnij przycisk z prawej. Lesson 24

opposite na przeciwko

Who's sitting opposite you? Ms Ewa is sitting opposite me.

What can you see opposite this building?

I can see another building etc. opposite this building.

What's the opposite of the verb to teach? To learn is the opposite of the verb to teach.

What's the opposite of the world top? Bottom is the opposite of the world top.

work pracować rest odpoczywać most people większość ludzi

Do most people rest from Monday to Friday? No, most people don't rest from Monday to Friday, but they work.

Do you think most people like working? No, I don't think most people like working, but I think they dislike working.

Do you work on Sunday? Yes, I work on Sunday. or No, I don't work on Sunday.

glass szkło wood drewno

What's the window made of? The window's made of glass.

What's the table made of? The table's made of wood.

paper papier stone kamień

What's this book made of? This book's made of paper.

What's the wall of the house behind Mr and Mrs Brown made of?

The wall of the house behind Mr and Mrs Brown is made of stone.

enough dosyć, dość, wystarczająco

Do you speak English well? No, I don't speak English well, but I speak it well enough.

Are you tall enough to touch the ceiling? No, I'm not tall enough to touch the ceiling.

Are you short enough to stand under the table? No, I'm not short enough to stand under the table.

Is my pocket large enough to put this book into? No, your pocket isn't large enough to put that book into.

air powietrze battle bitwa church kościół deep głęboki

enter wejście that one tamten this one ten repeat potwórzyć

Instead of saying

"This pencil is black and that pencil is white",

we can say

"This pencil is black and that one is white",

without repeating the word "pencil".

What colour's this pencil? This pencil's black.

What colour's that one? That one's white.

Which pencil's red? This pencil's red.

Which one's grey? This one's grey.

Which book's open? This book's open.

Which one's closed? This one's closed.

badly źle, niedobrze

Can you hear well with your fingers in your ears? No, I can't hear well with my fingers in my ears, but I hear badly.

Do you see badly? Yes, I see badly. or No, I don't see badly, but I see well.

Does this pen write badly? No, this pen doesn't write badly, but it writes well.

Do you speak English badly? No, I don't speak English badly, but I speak it well.

plate talerz

What do we eat our food from? We eat our food from a plate.

cheaper than tańszy niż more expensive than droższy niż

Is your handkerchief more expensive than your shoes?

No, my handkerchief isn't more expensive than my shoes, but it's cheaper than my shoes.

Is a Rolls Royce cheaper than a Ford?

No, a Rolls Royce isn't cheaper than a Ford, but it's more expensive than a Ford.

Is your town a more expensive place than Paris?

No, my town isn't a more expensive places than Paris, but it's a cheaper place than Paris.

the cheapest najtańszy the most expensive najdroższy

Is the Fiat the most expensive car in this country?

No, the Fiat isn't the most expensive car in this country, but it's the cheapest car in this country.

What's the cheapest thing in this room? This pen is the cheapest thing in this room.

What's the most expensive thing you're wearing? My watch is the most expensive thing I'm wearing.


The difference / between "any" and "some" / is that we generally use "any" / in the interrogative and negative /

whilst we use "some" / in the positive. / "Any" is non-specific. / "How many" is specific. / The answer to which is "none", /

The Present Progressive / we use for an action / we are doing now. / For example, / I am speaking English now. /

About how many pages / are there in this book?


i o er o

this no first front

it's coat third London

is don't her coming

city both person country

miss only word mother

in most verb some

difference prefer son

still turn money

difficult month

milk love


a a oo h miscellaneous

as all look home a: an

have fall book hat what

wall took head the book

call hear the eye





1. Sit on eat.

2. Oh, no, don't go so slow.

3. The third, the thirteenth and the thirty-third4. Send some money to London.

5. As I have none.

6. All walls fall.

7. Look at the book

8. Home, hat, head, hear.