"ты думаешь иногда, что ты хочешь исчезнуть-disappear.
но всё, что ты реально хочешь,
(так) это быть найденным".
переведите. уровень 6 из 10.
_of who you are

переведите. "слишком многие люди тратят деньги, которых они не имеют
на товары -products, которые им не нужны, чтобы произвести-впечатление -impress
на людей, которые им не нравятся".
fix up coco

If you fix something up, you arrange* it: I fixed up an appointment -деловую встречу- to see her.

        If you arrange an event or meeting, you make plans for it to happen:
        She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon at four-fifteen.
        If you arrange with someone to do something, you make plans with them to do it:
        I've arranged to see him on Friday morning.
If you fix something up, you do work that is necessary in order to make it more
suitable* or attractive:   I've fixed up Matthew's old room.

Someone or something that is suitable for a particular purpose -цель- or
occasion -повод, случай- is right or acceptable -приемлемый- for it: Employers -работодатели- usually decide within -в пределах- five minutes
 whether -ли- someone is suitable for the job.

Someone who is polite has good manners and behaves in a way that is socially correct and
not rude to other people: It's not polite to point or talk about strangers in public.

-ness - суффикс, превращающий прилагательное в существительное: happyness -счастье.

If you describe someone, especially a girl, as pretty, you mean that they look nice and are attractive
in a delicate -утонченный- way: She's a very charming -очаровательная- and very pretty girl.

A person's destiny is everything that happens to them during their life, including what will happen
in the future, especially when it is considered to be controlled by someone or something else:
We are masters of our own destiny.  = fate
Fate is a power that some people believe controls and decides everything that happens,
in a way that cannot be prevented or changed.
то есть, когда что-то плохое или очень трудное, это fate. приятный сюрприз - destiny).

EVERY подразумевает массовость: Hello, every student has to bring 50 dollars tomorrow!
а EACH индивидуальность: I spoke with Dima, Sasha and Ivan. Each student can bring 50 dollars.

If you refer to each thing or each person in a group, you are referring to -ссылаетесь на- every member
of the group and considering -считаете- them as individuals: Each book is beautifully illustrated.
You use every to indicate that you are referring to all the members of a group or
all the parts of something and not only some of them:   recipes for every occasion -случай, повод.

EACH может употребляться самостоятельно: two bedrooms, each with three beds.
а EVERY не так может, нужно добавлять ONE: everyone.


If something is inevitable, it is certain to happen and cannot be prevented -предотвращено- or avoided*:
The defeat -поражение- had inevitable consequences -последствия- for British policy.

суффиксом -ly мы превращаем прилагательное в наречие: careful внимательный - carefully внимательно

If you avoid something unpleasant that might happen, you take action in order to prevent it from happening:
The pilots had to take emergency -аварийная ситуация- action to avoid a disaster -катастрофу.
If you avoid doing something, you choose not to do it, or you put yourself in a situation
where you do not have to do it:   He was always careful to avoid embarrassment -смущение, неловкая ситуация.

If you are disappointed, you are rather sad because something has not happened or because something
is not as good as you had hoped: Hunters -охотники- won't be disappointed with the Isle of Man.

завтра расскажу о разнице между do и make.

Pray - молиться. If you forgive someone who has done something bad or wrong, you stop being angry with them and no longer want to punish* them: She'll understand and forgive you, if she really loves you.

To punish someone means to make them suffer in some way because they have done something wrong: Don't punish your child for being honest*.

If you describe someone as honest, you mean that they always tell the truth, and do not try to deceive - обманывать - people or break the law:  I know she's honest and reliable*.

People or things that are reliable can be trusted to work well or to behave - вести себя - in the way that you want them to:   Japanese cars are so reliable.

If you quit an activity or quit doing something, you stop doing it (mainly AM): I was trying to quit smoking at the time. = give up
при выполнении какого-то действия мы говорим мне нужно столько-то времени.
они говорят это забирает мене столько-то времени:
It takes me 20 minutes. I need 20 minetes.
How long does it take you to get to work?
it takes me 20 minutes to get to work

it takes может быть употреблено и в других случаях, когда нужно показать,
что для достижения цели требуются ресурсы или какое-то качество:
Walking across the room took all her strength -силу.  It takes courage -смеслость- to say what you think.
It takes a pretty -довольно таки- bad level of performance -представление-
before the teachers will criticize the students
. wink -подмигивание.

it takes more
I can do it

If you take a step, you lift your foot and put it down in a different place,
for example when you are walking:    He heard steps in the corridor.

If someone or something has reached a certain stage, level, or amount,
they are at that stage*, level, or amount:  We're told the figure could reach 100,000 next year.

A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it:  The way children talk about or express their feelings
depends on their age and stage of development

Development is the gradual growth or formation of something:
аn ideal system for studying the development of the embryo.

The growth of something such as an industry, organization, or idea is its development
in size, wealth, or importance: the growth of nationalism. Japan's enormous* economic growth.

Something that is enormous is extremely large in size or amount:  The main bedroom is enormous.

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