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#1 English2008

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Отправлено 28 Октябрь 2008 - 15:08

Курсы английского, индивидуально и в мини-группах, для детей и взрослых.

Занятия в 3х местах:

1. Тарту мнт, 55/59,
2. Ласнамяэ, Куристику гимназия
3. Маарду, Нурга 1

Уровни с нуля до среднего, разговорный, грамматика. Бесплатные тестирование и пробный урок. Опытный преподаватель, работавший в Москве, проходивший стажировку в Лондоне.

Цены с человека (для взрослых, с 14 лет) за академический час - 45 минут:

индивидуально - 160 крон,
2 человека - 100 крон,
4 человека - 60 крон,
6 человек - 50 крон,
8 человек - 40 крон.

Цена для детей 3-7 лет - группа до 6 человек:

30 минут - 50 крон с человека.

Также формируются производится набор детей 7-14 лет, репетиторство по школьной программе, расширение лексикона, грамматика.

Занятия с детьми проходят в игровой форме, на занятиях ребенок учится общаться, воспринимать предметы окружающего мира на английском.

Дополнительная информация по телефону 5833 8722.
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#2 Тарас ©

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Отправлено 16 Ноябрь 2008 - 21:02

Когда проходят уроки?Набраны ли уже группы для школьников... Я из 11 класса...Уровень языка средний... :)
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Отправлено 10 Декабрь 2008 - 21:28

Обновите информацию если она актуальна.
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#4 magistrant

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Отправлено 03 Февраль 2009 - 17:58

www.indowntown.ee лучше всех
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#5 gipa

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Отправлено 04 Февраль 2009 - 16:34

magistrant откуда такая уверенность?
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#6 magistrant

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Отправлено 05 Февраль 2009 - 18:51

догадайся с трех раз
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#7 gipa

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Отправлено 05 Февраль 2009 - 22:49

работаешь там что ли?
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#8 magistrant

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Отправлено 17 Февраль 2009 - 11:20

hozu tuda uze dva goda ;)
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#9 cometa

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Отправлено 28 Март 2009 - 22:39

Было бы 140 еек 45мин, подумал бы :huh:
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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 14:49

Uroki angliskava i estonskava jazijkov za EEK 50.- v 4as. Baiba 53490134
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#11 Агент

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 14:50

Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.

с ошибкой написано... преподаватели, мля
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По часам только таблетки надо принимать! А властвовать и унижать можно в любое время!

#12 Party Cat

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    It's party time!

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 14:55

Дон Агент, хдэ?
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#13 Агент

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 14:57

Жизнь это возможность, воспользуйся ей.

я говорить английский хорошо быть
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По часам только таблетки надо принимать! А властвовать и унижать можно в любое время!

#14 Party Cat

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:03

Бенефит, это по моему не пользоваться. Жизнь - это возможность, бери от неё по полной. Дословно тоже переводить не надо. Культура речи у них другая.
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#15 Агент

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:11

да. другая. я про то и говорю, что не говорят так.
opportunity for what? просто так oportunity это пустой звук. benefit from it. it what? it=life? it=opportunity? в любом случае маразм. этот слоган это просто набор слов который для любого англоговорящего не значит ничего.

to benefit: извлекать пользу, выгоду (by, from - из чего-л.)

я так понимаю что имелось ввиду что-то вроде Life is full of opportunities. Take everything you can from it.

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По часам только таблетки надо принимать! А властвовать и унижать можно в любое время!

#16 Party Cat

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:13

Ну да, извлечь пользу из жизни.

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:14

неграмотные люди есть везде, да :)
похожая аналогия на русском это "Проезжая мимо станции, у меня слетела шляпа"

Сообщение изменено: Дон Агент (22 Апрель 2009 - 15:15 )

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По часам только таблетки надо принимать! А властвовать и унижать можно в любое время!

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:18

Ну хз хз. В нашем понимании это сравнение правильно. Но ведь дай ты это предложение американцу, он его не поймёт. Мне всё таки кажется, что для англоговорящих, тот слоган звучит привычно...
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#19 Агент

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:19

привычно не значит правильно. Филолог точно не может себе позволить рекламировать себя неправильными слоганами, ИМХО
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По часам только таблетки надо принимать! А властвовать и унижать можно в любое время!

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Отправлено 22 Апрель 2009 - 15:24

Но ведь ты не знаешь, правильно ли это звучит для НИХ. Просто, как я говорил, мне кажется, если это не грамотно для нас - это не значит, что так же и на западе.
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Отправлено 03 Май 2009 - 09:20

Дон Агент и Стулолицый! Доброе утро!

Спасибо за дискуссию - интересно было почитать ....
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#22 Tatjanalav

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Отправлено 09 Май 2009 - 22:52

Уважаемые Дон Агент & Стулолицый!

Было интересно почитать Ваши рассуждения - спасибо!

Думаю, данные слова и, правда, ИНТЕРЕСНЫЕ
для нашего более полного восприятия :

op⋅por⋅tu⋅ni⋅ty [op-er-too-ni-tee, -tyoo-]
–noun, plural -ties.
1. an appropriate or favorable time or occasion:
Their meeting afforded an opportunity to exchange views.
2. a situation or condition favorable for attainment of a goal.
3. a good position, chance, or prospect, as for advancement or success.

Opportunity
Op`por*tu"ni*ty\, n.; pl. Opportunities. [F. opportunit['e], L. opportunitas. See Opportune.]

1. Fit or convenient time; a time or place favorable for executing a purpose; a suitable combination of conditions; suitable occasion; chance.

A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. --Bacon.

2. Convenience of situation; fitness. [Obs.]

Hull, a town of great strength and opportunity, both to sea and land affairs. --Milton.

3. Importunity; earnestness. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor.

Syn: Occasion; convenience; occurrence.

Usage: Opportunity, Occasion.
An occasion is that which falls in our way, or presents itself in the course of events;
an opportunity is a convenience or fitness of time, place, etc., for the doing of a thing.
Hence, occasions often make opportunities. The occasion of sickness may give opportunity for reflection.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, © 1996, 1998 MICRA, Inc.

noun
a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances;
"the holiday gave us the opportunity to visit Washington"; "now is your chance"

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opportunity
1375, from O.Fr. opportunite (13c.), from L. opportunitatem (nom. opportunitas)
"fitness, suitableness, favorable time," from opportunus (see opportune).
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ben⋅e⋅fit [ben-uh-fit] Show IPA noun, verb, -fit⋅ed, -fit⋅ing.
–noun 1. something that is advantageous or good; an advantage: He explained the benefits of public ownership of the postal system.
2. a payment or gift, as one made to help someone or given by a benefit society, insurance company, or public agency: The company offers its employees a pension plan, free health insurance, and other benefits.
3. a theatrical performance or other public entertainment to raise money for a charitable organization or cause.
4. Archaic. an act of kindness; good deed; benefaction.

–verb (used with object) 5. to do good to; be of service to: a health program to benefit everyone.

–verb (used without object) 6. to derive benefit or advantage; profit; make improvement: He has never benefited from all that experience.

—Idiom7. for someone's benefit, so as to produce a desired effect in another's mind: He wasn't really angry; that was just an act for his girlfriend's benefit.

Origin:
1350–1400; late ME benefytt, benefett (n.), alter. (with Latinized first syll.) of ME b(i)enfet, benefait < AF benfet, MF bienfait < L benefactum good deed; see bene-, fact

Related forms:
ben⋅e⋅fit⋅er, noun

Synonyms:
1. favor, service. See advantage.
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n.
Something that promotes or enhances well-being; an advantage: The field trip was of great benefit to the students.
Help; aid.
A payment made or an entitlement available in accordance with a wage agreement, an insurance policy, or a public assistance program.
A public entertainment, performance, or social event held to raise funds for a person or cause.
Archaic A kindly deed.
v. ben·e·fit·ed also ben·e·fit·ted, ben·e·fit·ing also ben·e·fit·ting, ben·e·fits also ben·e·fits

v. tr.
To be helpful or useful to.
v. intr.
To derive benefit: You will benefit from her good example.

[Middle English, from Old French bienfait, good deed, from Latin benefactum, from benefacere, to do a service; see benefaction.]
Synonyms: These verbs mean to derive advantage from something: benefited from the stock split; capitalized on her adversary's blunder; profiting from experience.

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Benefit
Ben"e*fit\, n. [OE. benefet, benfeet, bienfet, F. bienfait, fr. L. benefactum; bene well (adv. of bonus good) + factum, p. p. of facere to do. See Bounty, and Fact.]

1. An act of kindness; a favor conferred.

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits. --Ps. ciii. 2.

2. Whatever promotes prosperity and personal happiness, or adds value to property; advantage; profit.

Men have no right to what is not for their benefit. --Burke.

3. A theatrical performance, a concert, or the like, the proceeds of which do not go to the lessee of the theater or to the company, but to some individual actor, or to some charitable use.

4. Beneficence; liberality. [Obs.] --Webster (1623).

5. pl. Natural advantages; endowments; accomplishments. [R.] "The benefits of your own country." --Shak.

Benefit of clergy. (Law) See under Clergy.

Syn: Profit; service; use; avail. See Advantage.

Benefit
Ben"e*fit\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Benefited; p. pr. & vb. n. Benefitting.] To be beneficial to; to do good to; to advantage; to advance in health or prosperity; to be useful to; to profit.

I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit them. --Jer. xviii. 10.

Benefit
Ben"e*fit\, v. i. To gain advantage; to make improvement; to profit; as, he will benefit by the change.
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noun
1. financial assistance in time of need
2. something that aids or promotes well-being; "for the benefit of all"
3. a performance to raise money for a charitable cause

verb
1. derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience" [syn: profit]
2. be beneficial for; "This will do you good"

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benefit (n.)
1377, "good or noble deed," from Anglo-Fr. benfet "well-done," from L. benefactum "good deed" (see benefactor.) Meaning "advantage, profit" first attested 1393. Meaning "performance or entertainment to raise money for some charitable cause" is from 1687. The verb is attested from 1549. Benefice "ecclesiastical living" is from 1340.
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Main Entry: ben·e·fit
Function: noun
1 : something that provides an advantage or gain; specifically : an enhancement of property value, enjoyment of facilities, or increase in general prosperity arising from a public improvement
general benefit
: a benefit to the community at large resulting from a public improvement
special benefit
: a benefit from a public improvement that directly enhances the value of particular property and is not shared by the community at large
NOTE: In proceedings for a partial taking for the purpose of a public improvement, the condemning authority may use a special benefit to the remaining land as a set-off against the landowner's damages for the taking.
2 in the civil law of Louisiana : a right esp. that serves to limit a person's liability
benefit of dis·cus·sion
: the right of a surety being sued to compel the suing creditor to sue the principal first
benefit of di·vi·sion
: the right of a surety being sued to compel the suing creditor to also sue the cosureties; also : the right of the surety to be liable only for his or her proportionate share of the debt
benefit of inventory
: the right of an heir to be held liable for the debts of the estate only to the extent of the assets in the estate
NOTE: The heir obtains the benefit of inventory by having a qualified public officer (as a notary public) make an inventory of the assets in the estate within the time period set by statute.
3 a : financial help in time of disability, sickness, old age, or unemployment b : payment or service provided for under an annuity, pension plan, or insurance policy —see also DEATH BENEFIT c : FRINGE BENEFIT — —benefit verb
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Main Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: advantage, profit
Synonyms: account, aid, asset, assistance, avail, benediction, betterment, blessing, boon, cream*, egg in one's beer, extras, favor, gain, godsend*, good, gravy*, help, interest, perk*, profit, prosperity, use, welfare, worth
Antonyms: disadvantage, handicap, harm, hindrance, hurt, loss, misfortune

* = informal/non-formal usageMain Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: event to raise money
Synonyms: ball, bazaar, charitable affair, charity performance, concert, dance, dinner, exhibit, exhibition, fair, pancake breakfast, raffle

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www.drmetz.de/enMain Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: help, enhance
Synonyms: advance, advantage, aid, ameliorate, assist, avail, be good for, better, build, contribute to, do for one, do the trick, favor, fill the bill, further, improve, make a killing, make it, pay, pay off*, profit, promote, relieve, serve, succor, work for
Antonyms: handicap, harm, hinder, hurt, injure

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Cite This Source Main Entry: advantage
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: Something beneficial.
Synonyms: avail, blessing, boon, favor, gain, profit


Explore benefit in the Visual Thesaurus »Main Entry: interest
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: Something that contributes to or increases one's well-being.
Synonyms: advantage, good, profit
Main Entry: use
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: The quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end.
Synonyms: account, advantage, avail, profit, usefulness, utility
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: A kindly act.
Synonyms: good turn, grace, indulgence, kindness, service
Main Entry: profit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: To be an advantage to.
Synonyms: advantage, avail, serve
Main Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: To derive advantage.
Synonyms: capitalize, gain, profit

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Main Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: advantage, profit
Synonyms: account, aid, asset, assistance, avail, benediction, betterment, blessing, boon, cream*, egg in one's beer, extras, favor, gain, godsend*, good, gravy*, help, interest, perk*, profit, prosperity, use, welfare, worth
Antonyms: disadvantage, handicap, harm, hindrance, hurt, loss, misfortune

* = informal/non-formal usageMain Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: event to raise money
Synonyms: ball, bazaar, charitable affair, charity performance, concert, dance, dinner, exhibit, exhibition, fair, pancake breakfast, raffle

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www.drmetz.de/enMain Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: help, enhance
Synonyms: advance, advantage, aid, ameliorate, assist, avail, be good for, better, build, contribute to, do for one, do the trick, favor, fill the bill, further, improve, make a killing, make it, pay, pay off*, profit, promote, relieve, serve, succor, work for
Antonyms: handicap, harm, hinder, hurt, injure

* = informal/non-formal usage
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Cite This Source Main Entry: advantage
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: Something beneficial.
Synonyms: avail, blessing, boon, favor, gain, profit


Explore benefit in the Visual Thesaurus »Main Entry: interest
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: Something that contributes to or increases one's well-being.
Synonyms: advantage, good, profit
Main Entry: use
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: The quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end.
Synonyms: account, advantage, avail, profit, usefulness, utility
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: A kindly act.
Synonyms: good turn, grace, indulgence, kindness, service
Main Entry: profit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: To be an advantage to.
Synonyms: advantage, avail, serve
Main Entry: benefit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: To derive advantage.
Synonyms: capitalize, gain, profit

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#23 olexus

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Отправлено 10 Май 2009 - 00:30

Стоимость обучения :
Индивидуально (45 минут) - 150.- EEK

а если не индивидуально а в мини группе
то какая цена?
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#24 Tatjanalav

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Отправлено 10 Май 2009 - 09:35

50.00 - 75.00 EEK (6 - 4 человека!)
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