THESAURUS- wtf is it?
2009-12-30 @ 20:01:01
A thesaurus is a book of synonyms (words that mean the same thing). Thesauruses (Thesauri) often include related words that mean almost the same thing. Some thesauruses also include antonyms (words that have the opposite meaning).

Thesaurus is extremely useful especially when it comes to write something, not to repeat words, or use more sophisticated synonym.
Check out an oline thesaurus:


Main Entry:bad
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: immoral
Synonyms: base, corrupt, criminal, delinquent, evil, iniquitous, mean, reprobate, sinful, vicious, vile, villainous, wicked, wrong
Antonyms: good, honest, just, reputable, right, true, virtuous

see you,
2009-12-28 @ 23:39:46
It's been quite long time since I was here but here I am again with new links and stuffs:D
I'd like to encourage you guys to share things on
It's an extremely useful site with plethora of materials for english lerners!!! Check out my profile
and feel free to share the goods if you are logged in of course :D
one last think, remember to check profiles from ulubione on my chomikuj page. There are many more materials!

Clare Villain (mia)

By the way, Merry f***** Christmas everybody! :P
2009-11-17 @ 11:38:40
I'd like introduce you the best site with e-books that I've already found.
Tadaaaaaaa here it is
To download books you have to:
1. Be familiar with Russian:) or switch the language option of the site into English version.
2. Log in - it's necessary to be able to download.
3. Schearch for book that we ae interested in.
4. Read the terms of use to be aware of piracy and stuffs like that.
5. Begin a download - I recommend you ifile or z-share download because rapidshare one is not always avialable for free users.
that's it! I have to finish now and go to my lectures:/
Tell me if you like the site.
Free course books - Talk a lot!
2009-11-15 @ 20:16:18
Today's link comes from There are plenty of free and copyable worksheets for different level students. My favourite are series of Talk a lot books which I found very helpful with my oral MATURA exam.
Link to Free Printable English Course Books :
Link to the main page of englishbanana:
PS I also added to my blog new tools meaning Guest Book, Poll, and Shoutbox, where you can tell me what kind of links do you need.
See you 2morrow.
Take care,
Everyday trivia
2009-11-14 @ 23:09:16
I woke up in the morning and thought " Hurray it's Suturday and now I have the time to catch up with everything that I was supposed to do during the week." But as usual the first thing that I did was to switch on my coputer... Then, I mean after dinner my BF came and we were sitting and do nothing... To sum up, another day of my life has just been wasted. hmmm how do I feel now? I feel like everything has no sense to me. But tomorrow everything will change I hope :)
BBC learning widget - the manual
2009-11-14 @ 13:18:13
One can find information about how to use the BBC learnig site widged that is avialable also on my blog - a right down corner --->
Multilingual library by Logos - free ebooks in English.
2009-11-14 @ 12:17:23
Check out the Logo Library website where you can find multilingual novels, technical literature and translated texts from all over the world. Using the library sources is completely for free and you don't even have to be logged in! All you have to do is to click on the icon of language (i.e. English)in which you want to read the books. Moreover, you are able to download all of them as an e-book file.
Main link:

My favourite books: Jane Austen - Pride and Predjudice
Jack London - White Fang (Biały Kieł)
Jack London - the call of the wild (Zew krwii)
Pronunciation of plural s endings
2009-11-13 @ 15:59:08
Check out your knowledge about the correct pronunciation of plural s endings.

1.When a noun ends in a sound of unvoiced consonant (spółgłoska bezdzwięczna) like /p t k f θ/ the plural ending is pronounced as /s/

a. /p/ - cups
b. /t/ - hats
c. /k/ - cooks
d /f/ - cliffs
e. /θ/ - myths

Note that the rule is about sounds not letters!
we say /s/ at the and of nouns like laughs -->/f/

2. When a noun ends in a sound of voiced consonant (spółgłoska dżwieczna)or a vovel(samogłoska)the plural ending is pronounced as

a. /b/ - crabs
b. /d/ - cards
c. /g/ - rugs
d. /v/ - gloves
e. /m/ - plums
f. /n/ - fans
g. /η/ - kings
h. /l/ - deals
i. /r/ - tears
j. /ð/ - clothes

3. When the verb ends in /s z ∫ s∫ d3 3/, the third person singular ending is pronounced
/Iz/. With these s-type sounds, the /Iz/ is needed for the ending to be heard.

a. /s/ - races, boxes
b. /z/ - pauses
c. /∫/ - dishes
d. /3/ - garages
e. /d3/ - ages, judges


Online exercise:

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