Najčešće korišćene reči u engleskom jeziku, 1-25

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Postoji mnogo lista na internet koje se bave statistikom – koje reči se najčešće koriste u engleskom jeziku.

Termini koje moramo da znamo kada je ova tema u pitanju su Sight i Dolch words, objašnjenje pogledaj ovde.

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predstavljanje sajta www.thoughtco.comLista je sastavljena po azbučnom redu, date su reči, značenja na engleskom kroz opise, prevod (dodala Amarilis), primeri upotrebe i izgleda ovako:

Pre liste – savet: koliko je važno da znate značenje svih reči sa liste, još važnije da znate upotrebu u rečenici kao objašnjenje svake reči na engleskom.

Top Vocabulary Words

All  – svi, označave sve pripadnike, elemente neke grupe ili  skupa

  • Everyone in a group.
  • All the children did their homework.

And – i sastavni veznik, povezuje delive rečenice kao i više rečenica.

  • A conjunction that joins parts of speech together in a sentence.
  • She jumped, jogged and danced in gym class. 

Boy – dečak

  • A male child.
  • The little boy asked his mother if she would buy him candy.

Book – knjiga

  • A long text of words that people read.
  • The college student had to read a 500-page book for English class.

Call – zvati, vikati, glasno pričati radi ostvarivanja koontakta, zvati nekoga telefonom

  • To yell out or speak loudly; to contact someone by phone.
  • The girl called out to her brother so he would wait for her.

Car – automobil, kola

  • A four-wheeled vehicle that transports people from one place to another.
  • He drove the car from school to work.

Chair – stolica

  • A piece of furniture that can hold one person.
  • My mother is the only one allowed to sit in the big chair in the living room. 

Children – deca

  • Young people who have not yet reached adulthood.
  • The children didn’t listen to what their parents told them.

City – grad

  • A place where many people live.
  • New York is the biggest city in the United States.

Dog – pas

  • An animal that many people have as a household pet.
  • My dog likes to play with bones.

Door – vrata

  • A passageway from which you can enter or exit a room or a building.
  • The students rushed through the classroom door just before the bell rang. 

Enemy – neprijatelj, suprotno od prijatelj

  • The opposite of a friend. A competitor or rival.
  • The hero of the story killed his enemy with a sword.

End – kraj

  • To finish something or come to a conclusion.
  • The end of the book was a happy one.

Enough – dovoljno

  • To have more than one needs of something.
  • Most Americans have enough food to eat, but that’s not true in other countries. 

Eat – jesti

  • To consume food.
  • The children liked to eat apples and bananas after school. 

Friend – prijatelj, suprotno od enemy

The opposite of an enemy. Someone on your side and with whom you enjoy spending time.

  • The girl played with her friend in the yard until her mother told her to come inside.

Father – otac

  • A male parent.
  • The father picked up his child when she started crying.

Go – ići

  • To travel to and from a location.
  • We go to school everyday.

Good – dobar, dobro,ponašati se lepo na pristojan način

  • To behave well or in a kind manner.
  • My mother said that if I’m good and don’t hit my brother, she will take me to the movies.

Girl – devojčica, devojka

  • A female child.
  • The girl dropped her schoolbooks on the ground. 

Food – hrana, jestiva supstanca koji ljudi i životinje jedu da bi preživeli

  • An edible substance that people, animals and plants eat to live.
  • Starving people do not have enough food to eat and may die.

Hear – čuti (slušati je listen u večini slučajeva)

  • To listen to something.
  • I could hear my brother and sister arguing from the other room.

House – kuća, dom, mesto gde žive ljudi

  • A place where people, often families, live.
  • My friend lives in the biggest house on the street.

Inside – unutra, unutrašnji deo nečega

  • The internal part of something or to be located within something.
  • The inside of the house was warm and cozy. 

Laugh – smejati se

  • To express that you find something amusing.
  • The children laughed after the clown made a joke.