January 25, 2012

Učenje engleskog - opišite svoj grad



Odslušajte ovaj video na temu opisivanja svog grada i pogledajte objašnjenja reči i izraza u njemu. Pokušajte da učite engleski tako što ćete iskoristiti fraze koje ste čuli i pročitali, da bi odgovorili na sledeća pitanja:
  1. Where do you live ?
  2. What are the streets in your city like ?
  3. What are the buildings like ?
  4. What are the people like ?

6 comments:

ramonda said...

Where do you live?
I live in Pancevo.
What are the streets in your city like?
The streets are wild,clean, crowded and noisy.
What are the building like?
Many buildings are old and derelict.There are a many tall buildings and a many small buildings.
What are the people like?
The people is friendly,respectable a little impatient and concerned.

Ivan i Marina said...

Thanks for the comment, Ramonda :) When I was in Pančevo I saw that the streets were clean, crowded and noisy (especially near pančevačka pijaca), and they were wide as well (so, not wild, although we could describe drivers from Pančevo as "wild", hehe). There were a lot of/ many tall buildings. There were many small buildings. Yes, the people were friendly, and I am sure they still are :)

ramonda said...

I am a wild driver from Pancevo.
There are the wide streets in Pancevo.

p.s.Ne mogu da prestanem da smejem!

dusan said...

Where do you live?I live in Kumane.What are the streets in your city like?he streets are wild,chlan.What are this house.

Marko Pesic said...

u ovom prilogu, nije mi jasno koriscenje- znacenje ' like ', prilikom postavljanja pitanja..da li mogu postaviti pitanje bez njega...unapred hvala

Ivan i Marina said...

@Dušan thanks for the comment. Yes, the streets are wide, clean. What is this house like ?

@Marko, hvala na odličnom pitanju! "what ...like" znači "kakvo", samo u toj kombinaciji. Samo "what" znači "šta" (kao što je Dušan pitao "What is the house?"= šta je kuća), dok "what is the house like" znači "kakva je kuća" ili "what does the house look like?" = "kako izgleda kuća?"