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In the kitchen

In the kitchen

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V kuchyni

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Do you have a new kitchen? Má--nov-u--u-hyn-? Máš novou kuchyni? M-š n-v-u k-c-y-i- ------------------ Máš novou kuchyni? 0
What do you want to cook today? C--chceš-d-e- --řit? Co chceš dnes vařit? C- c-c-š d-e- v-ř-t- -------------------- Co chceš dnes vařit? 0
Do you cook on an electric or a gas stove? Va-íš--a e-ekt-i------o-na-plyn-? Vaříš na elektřině nebo na plynu? V-ř-š n- e-e-t-i-ě n-b- n- p-y-u- --------------------------------- Vaříš na elektřině nebo na plynu? 0
Shall I cut the onions? Mám --kr--et-c---li? Mám nakrájet cibuli? M-m n-k-á-e- c-b-l-? -------------------- Mám nakrájet cibuli? 0
Shall I peel the potatoes? Má--oloupat ---mb-r-? Mám oloupat brambory? M-m o-o-p-t b-a-b-r-? --------------------- Mám oloupat brambory? 0
Shall I rinse the lettuce? M-m -m-t s-l-t? Mám umýt salát? M-m u-ý- s-l-t- --------------- Mám umýt salát? 0
Where are the glasses? K-- j----sk-en-č-y? Kde jsou skleničky? K-e j-o- s-l-n-č-y- ------------------- Kde jsou skleničky? 0
Where are the dishes? K----e-------? Kde je nádobí? K-e j- n-d-b-? -------------- Kde je nádobí? 0
Where is the cutlery / silverware (am.)? K-- -e----b-r? Kde je příbor? K-e j- p-í-o-? -------------- Kde je příbor? 0
Do you have a tin opener / can opener (am.)? Má--ot-ír-- n- --n-e---? Máš otvírák na konzervy? M-š o-v-r-k n- k-n-e-v-? ------------------------ Máš otvírák na konzervy? 0
Do you have a bottle opener? Máš -tvírák -ah-í? Máš otvírák lahví? M-š o-v-r-k l-h-í- ------------------ Máš otvírák lahví? 0
Do you have a corkscrew? M-š--ý-r-ku? Máš vývrtku? M-š v-v-t-u- ------------ Máš vývrtku? 0
Are you cooking the soup in this pot? Vaří- -olé-ku v-to-t- hrn--? Vaříš polévku v tomto hrnci? V-ř-š p-l-v-u v t-m-o h-n-i- ---------------------------- Vaříš polévku v tomto hrnci? 0
Are you frying the fish in this pan? Smažíš r-b- --té-- pá---? Smažíš rybu v této pánvi? S-a-í- r-b- v t-t- p-n-i- ------------------------- Smažíš rybu v této pánvi? 0
Are you grilling the vegetables on this grill? Gr------ -el---nu n----mt--g--lu? Griluješ zeleninu na tomto grilu? G-i-u-e- z-l-n-n- n- t-m-o g-i-u- --------------------------------- Griluješ zeleninu na tomto grilu? 0
I am setting the table. P----ř- -t-l. Prostřu stůl. P-o-t-u s-ů-. ------------- Prostřu stůl. 0
Here are the knives, the forks and the spoons. T--y-j--u-nože,----li-k- --lžičky. Tady jsou nože, vidličky a lžičky. T-d- j-o- n-ž-, v-d-i-k- a l-i-k-. ---------------------------------- Tady jsou nože, vidličky a lžičky. 0
Here are the glasses, the plates and the napkins. T--y ---u -----ičky, -alíř- a-u--o--ky. Tady jsou skleničky, talíře a ubrousky. T-d- j-o- s-l-n-č-y- t-l-ř- a u-r-u-k-. --------------------------------------- Tady jsou skleničky, talíře a ubrousky. 0

Learning and styles of learning

If someone isn't making much progress in learning, they may be learning the wrong way. That is to say, they aren't learning in a way that works with their ‘style’. There are four learning styles that are generally recognized. These learning styles are associated with the sensory organs. There are auditory, visual, communicative, and motoric learning styles. Auditory types learn best what they hear. For example, they can remember melodies well. When studying they read to themselves; they learn vocabulary out loud. This type often talks to himself. CDs or lectures on the topic are helpful for him. The visual type learns best what he sees. For him, it is important to read information. He takes a lot of notes when studying. He also likes to learn using pictures, tables and flash cards. This type reads a lot and dreams often and in color. They learn best in a nice environment. The communicative type prefers conversations and discussions. They need interaction, or dialog with others. They ask a lot of questions in class and learn well in groups. The motoric type learns through movement. They prefer the method ‘learning by doing’ and want to try everything. They like to be physically active or chew gum when studying. They don't like theories, but experiments. It's important to note that almost everyone is a mix of these types. So there is no one that represents a single type. That's why we learn best when we enlist all our sensory organs. Then our brain is activated in many ways and stores new content well. Read, discuss and listen to vocabulary! And then do sports afterwards!
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