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Read through the following phrasal verbs and translate the illustrative sentences into Russian.

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  1. A look through the descriptions of things you can do with music and try to guess the meaning of the words in bold type.
  2. A) Read and translate the text.
  3. A). Form abstract nouns from these verbs
  4. A). Form abstract nouns from these verbs
  5. ACT 1. Preview (with sound on). Watch the preview to complete the sentences below. Choose your answers from the Word Box. Write the correct word on each blank line.
  6. Adjectives and adverbs
  7. Adjectives and adverbs
  8. Adjectives and adverbs coinciding in form
  9. Adjectives and adverbs coinciding in form
  10. Adjectives or adverbs (1)

bring sth. about to make something happen: Lewis promised to bring about the needed changes.

bring smb./sth. along to take smb. or sth. with you when you go somewhere: You’re welcome to bring along a friend. I’ve brought some pictures along to show you.

bring smb./sth. around 1) to change the subject of a conversation gradually to something new: They keep bringing the conversation/subject around to their son. 2) to make someone become conscious again: I slapped his face a couple of times to try to bring him round.

bring sth. back 1) to start using something again that had been used in the past: Some states have brought back the death penalty. 2) to make smb. remember something: The smell of suntan lotion brought back memories of the summer.

bring smb./sth. down 1) to reduce something to a lower level: The changes have brought costs down. 2) to make something fall or come down: A missile brought the plane down. 3) to force a government, etc. to stop being in control of a country: The latest economic crisis brought down the government.

bring sth. forth fml to make something happen, appear, or become available: No evidence has been brought forth against Mr. Keele.

bring sth. forward 1) to change an arrangement so that something happens sooner: They had to bring the wedding forward because Lynn got a new job. 2) to introduce or suggest a new plan or idea: Many arguments were brought forward supporting the changes.

bring smb./sth. in 1) to ask or persuade someone to become involved in a discussion, help with a problem, etc.: The FBI were brought in to investigate. 2) to earn or produce a particular amount of money: The painting should bring in at least a million dollars. 3) to say officially in the court of law whether someone is guilty or not (SYN. to return a verdict): The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty.

bring sth. off to succeed in doing something that is very difficult: She'll get a promotion if she brings off the deal.

bring sth. onto make something bad or unpleasant happen or begin: Stress can bring on an asthma attack.

bring sth. out 1) to make something become easier to notice, see, taste, etc.: That shirt brings out the green in her eyes. 2) to emphasize someone's best or worst qualities: Becoming a father has brought out the best in Dan. Alcohol just brings out the worst in her. 3) to produce and begin to sell a new product, book, record, etc.: The band is bringing out a new CD in September.

bring smb. together if an event brings a group of people together, it makes them care about each other more: Stuart's death really brought the family together.

bring smb./sth. up1) to start to talk about a particular subject or person: The issue was brought up during the last election. 2) to educate and care for a child until s/he is old enough to be independent: She brought up three children by herself. I was brought up a Catholic/Muslim, etc. 3) to make something appear on a computer screen: He brought up an airplane modeling website.


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By P. G. Aldrich | ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY | READING COMPREHENSION EXERCISES | Answer the following questions and do the given assignment. | Read the following text on American and British print media and complete the gaps with the suitable words from the list below. | The Story So Far | Read the text on the current trends in TV broadcasting and do the tasks following it. | Mind Over Mass Media |


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