słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

ktoś po angielsku:

1. somebody


Somebody touched me.
Somebody could exchange a sheep or a horse, for example, for anything in the marketplace that they considered to be of equal value.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
It is a strange feeling that creeps over you, when you are standing in front of somebody you dreamed about last night.
I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.
I think that against somebody like that, my seemingly clever techniques would be seen through and then I would be defeated.
I expect you've chanted "kuwabara kuwabara" after a lightning flash, or have seen somebody do so.
When speaking in Japan, it may seem like you're not listening if you do not respond while somebody speaks to you.
To persuade somebody that your recommendation is reasonable and wise, you have to give reasons and quote known examples and authorities.
I had a nagging feeling that the atmosphere resembled somebody and, now that you mention it, yes, you're right. Certainly ZZ TOP had this kind of feel.
Instead of sending somebody on your behalf, you had better go and speak in person.
Somebody who wavers between hope and fear over superficial things should not be appointed to a management position.
As I glanced at the street there was somebody looking down at me in the middle of those walking past each other.
Just imagine that every time somebody made a grammar mistake, people only could answer "Syntax error." and leave the somebody with that.
Even if it was somebody else who made her happy, as long as she is happy, that's fine.

Angielskie słowo "ktoś" (somebody) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki z książki - "Janice Day" (Helen Beecher Long)
Fiszki z książki - "The Doctor's Daughter" ("Vera")
Fiszki z książki - "The Phantom Lover" (Ruby M. Ay...
Fiszki z książki - "Gentle Julia" (Booth Tarkington)
Fiszki z książki - "The Christian A Story" (Hall C...

2. someone


Someone came.
They consider it impolite to disagree with someone they don't know very well.
It must be nice having someone who sticks around even when times get tough.
I still think it's unlikely that we'll ever find someone to replace Tom.
To get the full value of joy, you must have someone to divide it with.
You don't marry someone you can live with — you marry the person whom you cannot live without.
It is needless to say that an experienced person will do better than someone without experience.
If someone irritates you, it is best not to react immediately.
Someone told me that Albert Einstein said, "Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
When someone speaks with such rhetorical flourish, it starts to sound like they're lying.
The chair is broken. You'd better get someone to fix it.
It's the first time in my life I've felt so connected with someone.
When someone becomes neurotic about pens and paper clips, it's a sure sign they're cracking up.
An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his field, and how to avoid them.

Angielskie słowo "ktoś" (someone) występuje w zestawach:

16.03.2018 Starting out episode 3
Lekcja 5 - tina and will
English Top 1000 200-250
SŁOWNICTWO 21 (LUTY 2013)
Elementary 6 zaimki nieokreslone

3. anyone


Can anyone help me?
Spenser would not tell anyone his surreptitious plan to get back at his friends for pranking him.
Anyone would find it hard to run on such a hot day.
They say that in America anyone can become president, but perhaps that's not really true.
Though grammatically there is nothing wrong with this sentence, I doubt if anyone would actually ever use it.
Anyone who can only think of one way to spell a word obviously lacks imagination.
Even though the media reports that she is a potential presidential candidate, does anyone really think that she is a potential president?
This video is of interest to anyone who likes classical music and the cello in particular.
When anyone tries to explain the inexplicable, he is getting ready to excuse the inexcusable.
If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.
She handed me the basket and suggested I wait until I got home to open it, in case anyone was watching.
As shown above, it is possible to obtain ample profit and customers with truly simple know-how that anyone can do!
There was an explosion, and before anyone could say Jack Robinson, the airplane burst into flame and fell.
Computer users have so many buzzwords, it's a wonder if anyone else can understand them.
I've never met anyone who was able to learn how to play basketball just by reading a book. The same holds true for learning foreign languages as well.

Angielskie słowo "ktoś" (anyone) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki_wykład Walsh and Carmeli
słówka unit 1
Fiszki 141-160
Angloville 1

4. anybody


Is anybody here?
A fat man seldom dislikes anybody very hard or for very long.
If you buddy up to everybody and anybody, pretty soon people will think you're just a people-pleaser.
I cannot look on anybody as a national hero with the exception of Shigeo Nagashima.
But no, you will have your own way: 'I won't marry anybody but Vasily Gruskoff.'
Anyway, as long as it's a man, anybody should do. It's sad that you don't have a boyfriend yet.
It's nothing to do with me, equals, I don't have to be here. So I'm getting out of here, whatever anybody says!
Today's agenda concerns the re-election of the student council. If anybody wishes to stand as a candidate, please raise your hand.
The first 'that time of the month' I seem to remember worrying that I was ill, without telling anybody, for two days.
Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.
Smokers are as aware as anybody else of the disadvantages of their hobby, but manage to live with that knowledge for two main reasons.
Anybody with at least a two-digit IQ knows this was a politically biased choice.
There is definitely a way to quit the world and live like an hermit in the mountains, being self-sufficient and without contact with anybody while not dying like a dog.
If you write your address on a web-page, anybody can find out where you live if the whim takes them.

Angielskie słowo "ktoś" (anybody) występuje w zestawach:

English Top 1000 500-550
Ika - Unit 35
Lesson 10,11,12,13,14
słówka z afiszu
SuperMemo. Basic. Set01