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Тема: И смех и ... польза (адаптированные анекдоты на английском)

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    Re: И смех и ... польза (адаптированные анекдоты на английском)

    A man walks into a bar (человек входит в бар) and asks the bartender (и спрашивает бармена) , "If I show you a really good trick, (если я покажу тебе действительно классный фокус) , will you give me a free drink? (ты дашь мне бесплатную выпивку) "
    The bartender considers it (обдумывает это) , then agrees (затем соглашается) . The man reaches into his pocket (лезет в свой карман) and pulls out a tiny rat (вытаскивает крошечную крысу) . He reaches into his other pocket (в другой карман) and pulls out a tiny piano (пианино) . The rat stretches (вытягивается) , cracks his knuckles (щелкает суставами пальцев) , and proceeds to play the blues (принимается играть блюз) .
    After (после того, как) the man finished (закончил) his drink, he asked the bartender, "If I show you an even better ("даже лучше") trick, will you give me free drinks for the rest of the evening? (весь оставшийся вечер) "
    The bartender agrees, thinking that no trick could possibly be better than the first (думая, что ни один фокус не может быть лучше первого) . The man reaches into his pocket and pulls out a tiny rat. He reaches into his other pocket and pulls out a tiny piano. The rat stretches, cracks his knuckles, and proceeds to play the blues. The man reaches into another pocket and pulls out a small frog (лягушку) , who (кто; которая) begins (начинает) to sing along (подпевать) with the rat's music.
    While the man is enjoying (наслаждается) his beverages (напитки; beverage ['bev@rIdZ]) , a stranger (незнакомец) confronts ("встает напротив") him and offers (предлагает) him $100,000.00 for the frog. "Sorry," the man replies (отвечает) , "he's not for sale(она не для продажи) ."
    The stranger increases (увеличивает) the offer to $250,000.00 cash (наличными) . "No," he insists (настаивает) , "he's not for sale."
    The stranger again increases the offer, this time to $500,000.00 cash. The man finally (наконец) agrees, and turns the frog over (и передает лягушку) to the stranger in exchange for the money (в обмен на деньги) .
    "Are you insane? (вы ненормальный) " the bartender demanded (спрашивает) . "That frog could have been worth millions to you (могла бы принести вам миллионы; worth – стоящий, имеющий ценность) , and you let him go for a mere (а вы отдали ее всего–то за) $500,000!"
    "Don't worry about it (не волнуйтесь "об этом") ," the man answered (ответил) . "The frog was really nothing special (лягушка не была чем–то особенным) . You see (видите ли), the rat's a ventriloquist (чревовещательница) ."

    A man walks into a bar and asks the bartender, "If I show you a really good trick, will you give me a free drink?"
    The bartender considers it, then agrees. The man reaches into his pocket and pulls out a tiny rat. He reaches into his other pocket and pulls out a tiny piano. The rat stretches, cracks his knuckles, and proceeds to play the blues.
    After the man finished his drink, he asked the bartender, "If I show you an even better trick, will you give me free drinks for the rest of the evening?"
    The bartender agrees, thinking that no trick could possibly be better than the first. The man reaches into his pocket and pulls out a tiny rat. He reaches into his other pocket and pulls out a tiny piano. The rat stretches, cracks his knuckles, and proceeds to play the blues. The man reaches into another pocket and pulls out a small frog, who begins to sing along with the rat's music.
    While the man is enjoying his beverages, a stranger confronts him and offers him $100,000.00 for the frog. "Sorry," the man replies, "he's not for sale."
    The stranger increases the offer to $250,000.00 cash. "No," he insists, "he's not for sale."
    The stranger again increases the offer, this time to $500,000.00 cash. The man finally agrees, and turns the frog over to the stranger in exchange for the money.
    "Are you insane?" the bartender demanded. "That frog could have been worth millions to you, and you let him go for a mere $500,000!"
    "Don't worry about it," the man answered. "The frog was really nothing special. You see, the rat's a ventriloquist."

    Don't worry about it.

    A man is in a bar (человек в баре) and falling off his stool (падает со стула) every couple of minutes (каждые две минуты) . He is obviously (явно, очевидно) drunk (пьян) . So (поэтому) the bartender says to another man in the bar (говорит другому человеку в баре) : "Why don't you be a good Samaritan and take him home (почему бы тебе не быть добрым самаритянином и не отвести его домой) ."
    The man takes the drunk out the door (выводит пьяного за дверь) and to his car (к его машине) and he stumbles (спотыкается) at least ten times (по крайней мере десять раз) . They drive along (едут) and the drunk points out (показывает, указывает на) his house (его дом) to the man.
    He stops the car and the drunk stumbles up the steps (спотыкаясь, поднимается по лестнице) to his house with the man.
    The drunk's wife (жена) greets (встречает) them at the door: "Why (здесь: что ж) , thank you for bringing him (спасибо, что привели его) home for me, but where is his wheel chair? (но где же его инвалидное кресло) "



    A man is in a bar and falling off his stool every couple of minutes. He is obviously drunk. So the bartender says to another man in the bar: "Why don't you be a good Samaritan and take him home."
    The man takes the drunk out the door and to his car and he stumbles at least ten times. They drive along and the drunk points out his house to the man. He stops the car and the drunk stumbles up the steps to his house with the man.
    The drunk's wife greets them at the door: "Why, thank you for bringing him home for me, but where's his wheel chair?"

    Take him home, please.
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    A serious drunk (сильно пьяный) walked into a bar (зашел в бар) and, after staring for some time (после некоторого времени пристального смотрения) at the only woman seated at the bar (на единственную женщину, сидевшую в баре; to seat — сидеть, усесться) , walked over (подошел) to her and kissed her (поцеловал) . She jumped up (вскочила) and slapped him (ударила, дала пощечину; slap — пощечина, шлепок) . He immediately (немедленно, тут же) apologized (извинился) and explained (объяснил) , "I'm sorry (простите) . I thought (я думал) you were my wife (вы моя жена) . You look exactly like her (вы выглядите в точности как она) ."
    "Why you worthless (никчемный; worth — ценность, стоимость) , insufferable (невыносимый, невозможный; to suffer — страдать; терпеть, сносить) , wretched (жалкий) , no good drunk! (негодный пьяница) " she screamed (завопила, закричала) .
    "Funny (забавно) ," he muttered (пробормотал) , "you even sound exactly like her (вы даже "звучите" точно как она) ."

    A serious drunk walked into a bar and, after staring for some time at the only woman seated at the bar, walked over to her and kissed her. She jumped up and slapped him. He immediately apologized and explained, "I'm sorry. I thought you were my wife. You look exactly like her."
    "Why you worthless, insufferable, wretched, no good drunk!" she screamed.
    "Funny," he muttered, "you even sound exactly like her."

    I'm sorry.
    You look exactly like her.
    Funny.

    Two guys were in a bar (два парня были в баре) , and they were both watching the television (оба смотрели телевизор) when the news came on (когда начались новости /to come–came–come — приходить/) . It showed (показали) a guy on a bridge (парня на мосту) who was about to jump (который собирался прыгнуть) , obviously suicidal (очевидно самоубийца; suicidal — самоубийственный [sjuI'saIdl]; suicide — самоубийство) .
    "I'll bet you $10 he'll jump (ставлю 10 долларов — он прыгнет; to bet — держать пари) ," said the first guy (сказал первый) .
    "Bet you $10 he won't," said the second guy (ставлю 10 долларов — он этого не сделает) .
    Then (затем, потом) , the guy on the television closed his eyes (закрыл глаза) and threw himself off the bridge (бросился с моста /to throw–threw–thrown — бросать, кидать/) . The second guy hands (вручает, передает) the first guy the money (деньги) .
    "I can't take your money (я не могу взять /твои/ деньги) ," said the first guy. "I cheated you (я надул тебя) . The same story (та же самая история) was on the five o'clock news (была в пятичасовых новостях) ."
    "No, no. Take it (нет–нет, возьми /их/) ," said the second guy. "I saw the five o'clock news too (я тоже видел пятичасовые новости) . I just didn't think (просто я не думал) the guy was dumb enough (настолько туп) to jump again! (чтобы прыгнуть снова) "

    Two guys were in a bar, and they were both watching the television when the news came on. It showed a guy on a bridge who was about to jump, obviously suicidal.
    "I'll bet you $10 he'll jump," said the first guy.
    "Bet you $10 he won't," said the second guy.
    Then, the guy on the television closed his eyes and threw himself off the bridge. The second guy hands the first guy the money.
    "I can't take your money," said the first guy. "I cheated you. The same story was on the five o'clock news."
    "No, no. Take it," said the second guy. "I saw the five o'clock news too. I just didn't think the guy was dumb enough to jump again!"

    I'll bet you $10 he'll jump.

    A circus owner (владелец цирка) walked into a bar (зашел в бар) to see (посмотреть, увидеть; здесь: и увидел) everyone crowded about a table (все столпились около стола) watching a little show (наблюдая маленькое шоу) . On the table (на столе) was an upside down pot (был перевернутый горшок) and a duck tap dancing on it (утка, отбивающая чечетку на нем; tap — легкий стук, слабый удар; подметка, набойка на каблуке; чечетка) . The circus owner was so impressed (был настолько впечатлен) that he offered (предложил) to buy the duck from its owner (купить утку у ее владельца) . After some wheeling and dealing (после делового разговора; to wheel and deal — обделывать делишки, судить–рядить) they settled for $10,000 (они сошлись на 10000$; to settle — устанавливать) for the duck and the pot (за утку и горшок) .
    Three days later (три дня спустя) the circus owner runs back (прибегает назад) to the bar in anger (в гневе) , "Your duck is a ripoff! (совершенно негодная: «бросовая вещь»; to rip — разрезать, отрывать; to rip off — сдирать) I put (я поставил /to put–put–put — класть, ставить/) him on the pot before a whole audience (перед всей публикой; audience ['O:dj@ns]) , and he didn't dance a single step! (совсем не танцевала; не сделала ни единого шага) "
    "So? (так, здесь: да?) " asked (спросил) the duck’s former (прежний) owner, "did you remember (вы не забыли; to remember — помнить) to light the candle under the pot? (зажечь свечу под горшком) "

    A circus owner walked into a bar to see everyone crowded about a table watching a little show. On the table was an upside down pot and a duck tap dancing on it. The circus owner was so impressed that he offered to buy the duck from its owner. After some wheeling and dealing, they settled for $10,000 for the duck and the pot.
    Three days later the circus owner runs back to the bar in anger, "Your duck is a ripoff! I put him on the pot before a whole audience, and he didn't dance a single step!"
    "So?" asked the duck’s former owner, "did you remember to light the candle under the pot?"

    It is a ripoff!

    A man went into a bar in a high rise (человек вошел в бар в приподнятом настроении) . He saw another man take a pill (он видел, как другой принимает таблетку) , take a drink (запивает) , walk to the window (подходит к окну) and jump out (выпрыгивает) . He flew around (покружил: «полетал вокруг» /to fly–flew–flown/) for a minute (с минуту) and zipped (молнией влетел: to zip — застегивать на молнию; промелькнуть) back into the bar.
    As the amazed (пораженный) newcomer (вновь прибывший) watched (смотрел, наблюдал) , the man repeated this (повторил это) twice more (еще дважды) . Finally (в конце концов) the man asked (человек спросил) if he could have a pill (можно ли ему съесть пилюлю = таблетку) . The flier (летун) said it was his last one (сказал, что у него есть, осталась одна последняя) .
    The man offered (предложил) five hundred dollars (500 долларов) to no avail (безрезультатно) , so he made a final offer (он сделал последнее предложение) of a thousand dollars (1000 долларов) . The man said that it was all he had on him (это все, что у него есть: «имеет при себе») .
    The flier reluctantly gave in (неохотно уступил; to give in — уступать; сдаваться) , took the cash (взял деньги) , surrendered (уступил) the pill, and turned back to the bar (вернулся к барной стойке) . The man took the pill, took a drink, went to the window, and jumped out only to fall to his death (только чтобы разбиться насмерть) . The bartender walked over (приблизился) to the flier at the bar and, wiping a glass (вытирая стакан) , said, "You sure are mean (ты точно противный, злой = какой же ты противный) when you're drunk (когда ты пьян) , Superman (Супермен) ."

    A man went into a bar in a high rise. He saw another man take a pill, take a drink, walk to the window and jump out. He flew around for a minute and zipped back into the bar.
    As the amazed newcomer watched, the man repeated this twice more. Finally the man asked if he could have a pill. The flier said it was his last one. The man offered five hundred dollars to no avail, so he made a final offer of a thousand dollars. The man said that it was all he had on him.
    The flier reluctantly gave in, took the cash, surrendered the pill, and turned back to the bar. The man took the pill, took a drink, went to the window, and jumped out only to fall to his death. The bartender walked over to the flier at the bar and, wiping a glass, said, "You sure are mean when you're drunk, Superman."

    It is all I have on me.
    You sure are mean when you're drunk!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Re: И смех и ... польза (адаптированные анекдоты на английском)

    A seaman meets a pirate in a bar (моряк встречает пирата в баре) , and talk turns (и разговор заходит; to turn — свернуть, повернуть/ся/) to their adventures on the sea (об их приключениях в море) . The seaman notes (замечает) that the pirate has a peg–leg, a hook, and an eye patch (что у пирата деревянная нога; peg — колышек; протез руки; «крюк»; и повязка на глазу) .
    The seaman asks (спрашивает) , "So, how did you end up with the peg–leg? (и как же ты заработал деревянную ногу: «как ты кончил с деревянной ногой») "
    The pirate replies (отвечает) , "We were in a storm at sea (мы были в море во время шторма) , and I was swept (меня смыло /to sweep–swept–swept — сносить, смывать (волной)/) overboard (за борт) into a school (косяк, стая) of sharks (акул) . Just as my men were pulling me out (пока мои ребята меня вытаскивали) , a shark bit my leg off (откусила мою ногу /to bite–bit–bitten — кусать/; to bite off — откусить) ."
    "Wow!" said the seaman. "What about your hook? (а что случилось с рукой; дословно: а что о твоем протезе) "
    "Well (ну) ," replied the pirate, "We were boarding an enemy ship (мы брали на абордаж вражеский корабль) and were battling the other sailors with swords (и сражались с теми моряками на саблях; sword — меч, шпага, сабля ). One of (один из) the enemies cut my hand off (отрезал мою руку /to cut–cut–cut — резать/; to cut off — отрезать) ."
    "Incredible! (невероятно) " remarked (заметил) the seaman. "How did you get the eye patch? (а как ты получил повязку на глаз) "
    "A seagull dropping fell into my eye (чайка капнула мне в глаз; drop — капля; здесь: помет; /to fall–fell–fallen — падать/) ," replied the pirate.
    "You lost your eye to a seagull dropping? (ты потерял свой глаз из–за помета чайки /to lose–lost–lost/) " the sailor asked incredulously (недоверчиво) .
    "Well," said the pirate, "it was my first day with my hook (это был мой первый день с моим протезом) ."

    A seaman meets a pirate in a bar, and talk turns to their adventures on the sea. The seaman notes that the pirate has a peg–leg, a hook, and an eye patch.
    The seaman asks, "So, how did you end up with the peg–leg?"
    The pirate replies, "We were in a storm at sea, and I was swept overboard into a school of sharks. Just as my men were pulling me out, a shark bit my leg off."
    "Wow!" said the seaman. "What about your hook?"
    "Well," replied the pirate, "We were boarding an enemy ship and were battling the other sailors with swords. One of the enemy cut my hand off."
    "Incredible!" remarked the seaman. "How did you get the eye patch?"
    "A seagull dropping fell into my eye," replied the pirate.
    "You lost your eye to a seagull dropping?" the sailor asked incredulously.
    "Well," said the pirate, "it was my first day with my hook."

    Incredible!

    A man had been drinking at the bar for hours (человек уже пил в баре несколько часов) when he mentioned something about his girlfriend (когда он сказал что–то о своей девушке) , being out in the car (которая была на улице в машине) . The bartender (бармен) , concerned (обеспокоенный) because it was so cold (потому что было так холодно) , went to check on her (пошел проведать ее; to check — проверять) . When he looked inside the car (когда он заглянул в машину) , he saw the man's friend (он увидел друга того человека /to see–saw–seen/) , Dave, and his girlfriend kissing one another (целующимися) . The bartender shook his head (он покачал головой /to shake–shook–shaken/) and walked back inside (и вернулся назад; inside — внутрь) .
    He told the drunk (он сказал пьяному /to tell–told–told/) that he thought it might be (могла бы быть) a good idea to check on his girlfriend (что он думает, что это была бы неплохая идея — проверить его девчонку) . The fellow (парень) staggered outside to the car (шатаясь, пошел на улицу, к машине) , saw his buddy and his girlfriend kissing (увидел своего приятеля и свою девушку целующимися) , then walked back into the bar laughing (и вернулся в бар, смеясь) . "What's so funny? (что смешного) " the bartender asked (спросил) .
    "That stupid Dave! (этот тупой, дурак Дэйв) " the fellow chortled (хохотнул, фыркнул) , "He's so drunk, he thinks he's me! (он настолько пьян, что думает, будто он – это я) "

    A man had been drinking at the bar for hours when he mentioned something about his girlfriend being out in the car. The bartender, concerned because it was so cold, went to check on her. When he looked inside the car, he saw the man's friend, Dave, and his girlfriend kissing one another. The bartender shook his head and walked back inside.
    He told the drunk that he thought it might be a good idea to check on his girlfriend. The fellow staggered outside to the car, saw his buddy and his girlfriend kissing, then walked back into the bar laughing. "What's so funny?" the bartender asked.
    "That stupid Dave!" the fellow chortled, "He's so drunk, he thinks he's me!"

    It might be a good idea to check on your girlfriend.
    What's so funny?

    A man walks into a bar and orders one shot (человек заходит в бар и заказывает рюмашку) . Then he looks into his shirt pocket (затем заглядывает в карман рубашки) and orders another shot (и заказывает еще выпивку) . After he finishes (после того, как он выпивает; to finish — заканчивать) , he looks into his shirt pocket again and orders another shot.
    The bartender is curious (любопытный = заинтригован) and asks him (спрашивает его) , "Every time (каждый раз) you order a shot, you look in your shirt pocket. Why? (почему, зачем) "
    The man replies (отвечает) , "I have a picture of my wife in my pocket (у меня в кармане фотография моей жены) and when she starts to look good, I go home (и когда она начинает хорошо выглядеть, я иду домой) ."

    A man walks into a bar and orders one shot. Then he looks into his shirt pocket and orders another shot. After he finishes, he looks into his shirt pocket again and orders another shot.
    The bartender is curious and askes him, "Every time you order a shot, you look in your shirt pocket. Why?"
    The man replies, "I have a picture of my wife in my pocket and when she starts to look good, I go home."
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Re: И смех и ... польза (адаптированные анекдоты на английском)

    A man stumbles up (подходит, спотыкаясь) to the only other patron in a bar (к единственному, кроме него, клиенту в баре) and asks if he could buy him a drink (и спрашивает его, не мог бы он купить ему выпить) .
    "Why of course (почему бы нет) ," comes the reply (следует ответ) .
    The first (первый) man then asks (спрашивает) , "Where are you from? (откуда вы родом) "
    "I'm from Ireland (я из Ирландии) ," replies the second man (отвечает второй) .
    The first man responds (откликается) , "You don't say, I'm from Ireland too! (Что вы говорите! Я тоже из Ирландии) Let's have another round to Ireland (следующий бокал: "другую порцию, еще по кругу" за Ирландию) ."
    "I'm curious (интересно; curious — любопытный) ," the first man then asks, "Where in Ireland are you from? (откуда /в Ирландии/ именно вы родом) "
    "Dublin (Дублин) ," comes the reply.
    "I can't believe it (не могу в это поверить) ," says the first man. "I'm from Dublin too! Let's have another drink to Dublin."
    "Of course (конечно) ," replies the second man.
    Curiosity again strikes (любопытство снова зажигается) and the first man asks, "What school did you go to? (в какой школе вы учились; в какую школу вы ходили) "
    "Saint Mary's (Девы Марии)," replies the second man, "I graduated in '62 (я выпустился в 1962) ."
    "This is unbelievable! (это невероятно; в это невозможно поверить) " the first man says. "I went (я ходил /to go–went–gone/) to Saint Mary's and I graduated in '62, too!"
    About that time (в этот момент; около того времени) in comes one of the regulars (входит один из постоянных посетителей) and sits down at the bar (и садится к барной стойке) .
    "What's been going on? (что происходит, что случилось: «что происходило») " he asks the bartender.
    "Nothing much (ничего особенного) ," replies the bartender. "The O'Kinly twins are drunk again (близнецы О'Кинли снова пьяны, опять напились) ."

    A man stumbles up to the only other patron in a bar and asks if he could buy him a drink.
    "Why of course," comes the reply.
    The first man then asks, "Where are you from?"
    "I'm from Ireland," replies the second man.
    The first man responds, "You don't say, I'm from Ireland too! Let's have another round to Ireland."
    "I'm curious," the first man then asks, "Where in Ireland are you from?"
    "Dublin," comes the reply.
    "I can't believe it," says the first man. "I'm from Dublin too! Let's have another drink to Dublin."
    "Of course," replies the second man.
    Curiosity again strikes and the first man asks, "What school did you go to?"
    "Saint Mary's," replies the second man, "I graduated in '62."
    "This is unbelievable!" the first man says. "I went to Saint Mary's and I graduated in '62, too!"
    About that time in comes one of the regulars and sits down at the bar.
    "What's been going on?" he asks the bartender.
    "Nothing much," replies the bartender. "The O'Kinly twins are drunk again."

    You don't say.
    I'm curious.
    This is unbelievable!
    What's been going on?

    There once was a blind man who decided to visit Texas (жил однажды слепой человек, который решил поехать в Техас) . When he arrived on the plane (когда он прибыл в самолет) , he felt the seats and said (он потрогал сиденья /to feel–felt–felt — трогать, чувствовать, ощущать/ и сказал) , "Wow, these seats are big! (эти сиденья большие) "
    The person next to him answered (человек сзади него: «ближайший к нему» ответил) , "Everything is big in Texas (в Техасе все большое) ."
    When he finally arrived in Texas (когда он, наконец, прибыл в Техас) , he decided to visit a bar (он решил сходить в бар) . Upon arriving in the bar (по приходе в бар) , he ordered a beer (он заказал пиво) and got a mug placed between his hands (и ему в ладони поместили кружку) . He exclaimed (воскликнул) , "Wow these mugs are big!"
    The bartender replied (ответил) , "Everything is big in Texas."
    After a couple of beers (после пары кружек пива) , the blind man asked the bartender where the bathroom was located (где находится, расположена уборная) . The bartender replied, "Second door to the right (вторая дверь направо) ." The blind man headed for the bathroom (направился), but accidentally tripped over (случайно споткнулся) and skipped (пропустил = прошел мимо) the second door. Instead, he entered the third door (вместо этого он вошел в третью дверь) , which led to the swimming pool (которая вела к бассейну /to lead–led–led/) , and fell into the pool by accident (и случайно упал в бассейн /to fall–fell–fallen/) .
    Scared to death (испугавшись до смерти) , the blind man started shouting (начал кричать) , "Don't flush, don't flush! (Не спускайте! Не спускайте!; to flush — смывать сильной струей воды) "

    There once was a blind man who decided to visit Texas. When he arrived on the plane, he felt the seats and said, "Wow, these seats are big!"
    The person next to him answered, "Everything is big in Texas."
    When he finally arrived in Texas, he decided to visit a bar. Upon arriving in the bar, he ordered a beer and got a mug placed between his hands. He exclaimed, "Wow these mugs are big!" The bartender replied, "Everything is big in Texas."
    After a couple of beers, the blind man asked the bartender where the bathroom was located. The bartender replied, "Second door to the right." The blind man headed for the bathroom, but accidentally tripped over and skipped the second door. Instead, he entered the third door, which led to the swimming pool, and fell into the pool by accident. Scared to death, the blind man started shouting, "Don't flush, don't flush!"

    Second door to the right.
    I am scared to death.
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Tom had this problem (у Тома была эта =такая проблема) of getting up late in the morning ("вставания поздно" = что он поздно встает по утрам; to get up late — поздно вставать) and was always late for work (всегда опаздывал на работу) . His boss was mad at him (его начальник злился на него) and threatened to fire him if he didn't do something about it (и угрожал его уволить, если он что–то с этим не сделает) . So Tom went to his doctor (Том пошел к своему врачу /to go–went–gone/) who gave him a pill (тот дал ему пилюлю, таблетку /to give–gave–given/) and told him to take it (и сказал принять ее /to tell–told–told/) before he went to bed (перед тем, как он пойдет спать, перед сном) . Tom slept well (Том хорошо спал /to sleep–slept–slept/) and in fact beat the alarm in the morning by almost two hours (и действительно опередил утром будильник почти на два часа /to beat–beat–beaten — бить, побеждать/) . He had a leisurely breakfast (он не спеша позавтракал: «у него был неспешный завтрак»; leisure — досуг) and drove cheerfully to work (и поехал бодро на работу /to drive–drove–driven — ехать, вести машину/) .
    "Boss," he said, "The pill actually worked! (на самом деле сработала) "
    "That's all fine (это все хорошо) ," said the boss, "But where were you yesterday? (но где ты был вчера) "

    Tom had this problem of getting up late in the morning and was always late for work. His boss was mad at him and threatened to fire him if he didn't do something about it. So Tom went to his doctor who gave him a pill and told him to take it before he went to bed. Tom slept well and in fact beat the alarm in the morning by almost two hours. He had a leisurely breakfast and drove cheerfully to work.
    "Boss," he said, "The pill actually worked!"
    "That's all fine," said the boss, "But where were you yesterday?"

    That's fine.

    A young man asked an old rich man how he made his money (молодой человек спросил старого богатого человека, как тот сделал свои деньги) .
    The old guy (парень) fingered his worsted wool vest (дотронулся до своего жилета из камвольной ткани) and said (и сказал) , "Well, son, it was 1932 (ну, сынок, это был 1932) . The depth of the Great Depression (разгар Великой Депрессии; depth — глубина) . I was down to my last nickel (я опустился, докатился до последнего пятицентовика) .
    I invested that nickel in an apple (я вложил этот пятицентовик в яблоко) . I spent the entire day (я провел целый день /to spend–spent–spent — проводить (время)/) polishing the apple (полируя это яблоко) and, at the end of the day, I sold the apple for ten cents (и в конце дня я продал яблоко за десять центов /to sell–sold–sold/) .
    The next morning (на следующее утро) , I invested those ten cents in two apples. I spent the entire day polishing them and sold them at 5:00 pm (в пять вечера) for 20 cents. I continued this system for a month (я продолжал в том же духе, придерживался этой системы около месяца) , by the end of which (к концу которого) I'd accumulated a fortune of $1.37 (я скопил богатство размером в $1.37) ."
    "And that's how you built an empire? (и так вы создали империю /to build–built–built — сооружать, строить/) " the boy asked.
    "Heavens, no! (Что ты: «Небеса!») " the man replied. "Then my wife's father died and left us two million dollars (потом умер отец моей жены и оставил нам 2 миллиона долларов /to leave–left–left/) ."

    A young man asked an old rich man how he made his money.
    The old guy fingered his worsted wool vest and said, "Well, son, it was 1932. The depth of the Great Depression. I was down to my last nickel.
    I invested that nickel in an apple. I spent the entire day polishing the apple and, at the end of the day, I sold the apple for ten cents.
    The next morning, I invested those ten cents in two apples. I spent the entire day polishing them and sold them at 5:00 pm for 20 cents. I continued this system for a month, by the end of which I'd accumulated a fortune of $1.37."
    "And that's how you built an empire?" the boy asked.
    "Heavens, no!" the man replied. "Then my wife's father died and left us two million dollars."

    Heavens!

    A policeman was interrogating 3 blondes (полицейский допрашивал трех блондинок) who were training to become detectives (которые проходили подготовку, чтобы стать детективами) . To test their skills (чтобы проверить их умение) in recognizing a suspect (в узнавании подозреваемого) , he shows (он показывает) the first blonde a picture (фотографию) for 5 second (на 5 секунд) and then hides it (и затем прячет ее) .
    "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him? (это твой подозреваемый, как бы ты его узнала) "
    The first blonde answers (отвечает) , "That's easy (это легко) , we'll catch him fast because he only has one eye! (мы его поймаем быстро, потому что у него только один глаз) "
    The policeman says, "Well… uh… that's because the picture shows his PROFILE (ну… а… это потому что фотография показывает только его профиль) ."
    Slightly flustered (несколько обалдевший; to fluster — конфузить, сбивать с толку, нервировать) by this ridiculous response (от этого нелепого ответа) , he flashes (показывает на одно мгновение; flash — вспышка; to flash — сверкнуть; мелькнуть; показать на мгновение) the picture for 5 seconds at the second blonde and asks her, "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him?"
    The second blonde giggles (хихикает) , flips her hair (встряхивает волосами) and says, "Ha! He'd be (его было бы) too easy (совсем: «слишком» просто) to catch (поймать) because he only has one ear! (ухо) "
    The policeman angrily responds (злобно отвечает) , "What's the matter with you two?? (что это с вами двумя) Of course (конечно) only one eye and one ear are SHOWING (видны) because it's a picture of his profile!! Is that the best answer you can come up with? (это лучший ответ, который вы способны дать) "
    Extremely frustrated at this point (чрезвычайно = уже совсем расстроенный к этому моменту) , he shows the picture to the third blonde and in a very testy voice (очень раздраженным голосом) asks, "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him?"
    He quickly adds (быстро добавляет) , "…think hard (как следует: «крепко» подумай) before giving me a stupid answer (перед "даванием" мне глупого ответа, перед тем, как дашь глупый ответ) ."
    The blonde looks (глядит) at the picture intently (пристально) for a moment and says, "Hmmmm… the suspect wears contact lenses (подозреваемый носит контактные линзы) ."
    The policeman is surprised (удивленный) and speechless (онемевший: «лишившийся речи»; speech — речь) because he doesn't know himself (он сам не знал) if the suspect wears contacts or not (носит подозреваемый линзы или нет) .
    "Well, that's an interesting (интересный) answer… wait here for a few minutes (подождите здесь несколько минут) while I check his file (пока я проверю его досье) and I'll get back to you on that (и вернусь к вам с этим вопросом) ."
    He leaves the room (он выходит из комнаты) and goes to his office (и идет в свой офис) , checks the suspect's file in his computer, and comes back with a beaming smile on his face (и возвращается с лучезарной улыбкой на лице; beam — луч; to beam — излучать; сиять) . "Wow! I can't believe it… it's TRUE! (я не могу в это поверить, это правда) The suspect does in fact wear contact lenses (действительно носит контактные линзы) . Good work! (отличная работа) How were you able to make such an astute observation? (как вы смогли сделать столь проницательное наблюдение) "
    "That's easy," the blonde replied. "He can't wear regular glasses (он не может носить обычные очки) because he only has one eye and one ear (потому что у него только один глаз и одно ухо) ."

    A policeman was interrogating 3 blondes who were training to become detectives. To test their skills in recognizing a suspect, he shows the first blonde a picture for 5 second and then hides it.
    "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him?"
    The first blonde answers, "That's easy, we'll catch him fast because he only has one eye!"
    The policeman says, "Well… uh… that's because the picture shows his PROFILE."
    Slightly flustered by this ridiculous response, he flashes the picture for 5 seconds at the second blonde and asks her, "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him?"
    The second blonde giggles, flips her hair and says, "Ha! He'd be too easy to catch because he only has one ear!"
    The policeman angrily responds, "What's the matter with you two?? Of course only one eye and one ear are SHOWING because it's a picture of his profile!! Is that the best answer you can come up with?"
    Extremely frustrated at this point, he shows the picture to the third blonde and in a very testy voice asks, "This is your suspect, how would you recognize him?" He quickly adds, "…think hard before giving me a stupid answer."
    The blonde looks at the picture intently for a moment and says, "Hmmmm… the suspect wears contact lenses."
    The policeman is surprised and speechless because he really doesn't know himself if the suspect wears contacts or not.
    "Well, that's an interesting answer… wait here for a few minutes while I check his file and I'll get back to you on that."
    He leaves the room and goes to his office, checks the suspect's file in his computer, and comes back with a beaming smile on his face. "Wow! I can't believe it… it's TRUE! The suspect does in fact wear contact lenses. Good work! How were you able to make such an astute observation?"
    "That's easy," the blonde replied. "He can't wear regular glasses because he only has one eye and one ear."

    What's the matter with you?
    Is that the best answer you can come up with?
    Wow! I can't believe it…
    Good work!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    A man was in a bar (человек был в баре) . Hoping to strike up a conversation (надеясь завязать разговор) with a distinguished looking fellow (с важно, изысканно выглядящим человеком) sitting nearby (сидящим рядом) , he said, "May I buy you a drink? (могу я купить вам выпивку = угостить вас) "
    "No," said the man cooly (холодно) , "Don't drink (не пью) . Tried it once and I didn't like it (попрoбовал раз и не понравилось) ."
    "Would you like a cigar? (не желаете ли сигару) "
    "No. Don't smoke (не курю) . Tried tobacco once and I didn't like it."
    "Would you like to join me in a game of gin rummy? (не хотите присоединиться ко мне в карточной игре) "
    "No. Don't like card games. Tried it once, and I didn't like it.
    However (однако) , my son will be dropping in after a bit (заглянет через некоторое время) . Perhaps (может быть) he will join you."
    The first man settled back in his chair (откинулся в своем кресле; to settle — усаживаться, устраиваться) and said, "Your only son, I presume? (ваш единственный сын, я полагаю) "

    A man was in a bar. Hoping to strike up a conversation with a distinguished looking fellow sitting nearby, he said, "May I buy you a drink?"
    "No," said the man coolly, "Don't drink. Tried it once and I didn't like it."
    "Would you like a cigar?"
    "No. Don't smoke. Tried tobacco once and I didn't like it."
    "Would you like to join me in a game of gin rummy?"
    "No. Don't like card games. Tried it once, and I didn't like it.
    However, my son will be dropping in after a bit. Perhaps he will join you."
    The first man settled back in his chair and said, "Your only son, I presume?"

    May I buy you a drink?
    I tried it once and I didn't like it.
    Would you like a cigar?

    An industrial expert (специалист в /области/ индустрии) went around asking (ходил «вокруг», опрашивая) different people (разных людей) , "What do you like best about your job? (что вам больше всего нравится в вашей работе) "
    "The good pay (хорошая оплата) ," one factory worker replied (один фабричный рабочий ответил) .
    "What do you like least about your job? (что вам меньше всего нравится в вашей работе) " asked the expert (спросил эксперт) .
    "The good pay," he said again (снова) .
    The expert was surprised (был удивлен) . "What do you mean? (что вы имеете в виду) You like it the best and you like it the least? (вам нравится это больше всего и вам нравится это меньше всего) "
    "Well, I like it because it pays me well (ну, она мне нравится, потому что приносит мне хорошие деньги: «платит мне хорошо») , so that's the good part (поэтому это хорошая часть = это плюс, достоинство) . But if it didn't pay so well (но если бы она не «платила» так хорошо) , I'd quit! (я бы ушел; to quit — оставлять, покидать; увольняться, бросать работу) That would be better! (это было бы лучше) "

    An industrial expert went around asking different people, "What do you like best about your job?"
    "The good pay," one factory worker replied.
    "What do you like least about your job?" asked the expert.
    "The good pay," he said again.
    The expert was surprised. "What do you mean? You like it the best and you like it the least?"
    "Well, I like it because it pays me well, so that's the good part. But if it didn't pay so well, I'd quit! That would be better!"

    What do you like best about your job?
    What do you mean?
    So that's the good part.
    That would be better!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    A newspaper was running a competition (газета проводила соревнование) to discover (чтобы выявить: «открыть») the most high principled (самого высокопринципиального) , sober (здравомыслящего: «трезвого») , well–behaved (добропорядочного: to behave well — вести себя хорошо) citizen (гражданина ['sItIzn]) . Among the entries came one which read (среди заявок пришла одна /to come–came–come/, которая гласила: «читала» /to read [ri:d]-read [red]-read [red]/) :
    "I don't smoke (я не курю) , touch intoxicants (не употребляю спиртные напитки; to touch — трогать, прикасаться) or gamble (не играю в азартные игры) . I am faithful to my wife (я верен своей жене) and never look at another woman (и никогда не смотрю на другую женщину) . I am hard working (я много работающий) , quiet (спокойный) and obedient (послушный; obedient [@'bi:dj@nt]) . I never go to the movies or the theater (я никогда не хожу в кино или в театр) , and I go to bed early (и ложусь спать: «иду в постель» рано) every night (каждый вечер) and rise with the dawn (и поднимаюсь с зарей) . I attend chapel regularly every Sunday (посещаю церковь каждое воскресенье) without fail (обязательно: «без недостатка = без пропуска»; to fail — потерпеть неудачу; обманывать ожидания, не удаваться; недоставать, не хватать) .
    "I've been like this for the past three years (я был таким: «подобно этому» последние три года) . But just wait until next spring (но подождите только до следующей весны) , when they let me out of here! (когда они меня отсюда выпустят) "

    A newspaper was running a competition to discover the most high principled, sober, well–behaved citizen. Among the entries came one which read:
    "I don't smoke, touch intoxicants or gamble. I am faithful to my wife and never look at another woman. I am hard working, quiet and obedient. I never go to the movies or the theater, and I go to bed early every night and rise with the dawn. I attend chapel regularly every Sunday without fail.
    "I've been like this for the past three years. But just wait until next spring, when they let me out of here!"

    I never go to the movies.

    Arriving for a visit (приехав в гости) , the woman asked her small granddaughter (женщина спросила свою маленькую внучку) , "Megan, how do you like your new baby brother? (Меган, как тебе нравится твой новый малыш–братик) "
    "Oh, he's all right (он классный: «в порядке») ," the child shrugged (ребенок пожал /плечами/) . "But there were a lot of things we needed worse (но было много вещей, в которых мы нуждались больше; worse — хуже) ."

    Arriving for a visit, the woman asked her small granddaughter, "Megan, how do you like your new baby brother?"
    "Oh, he's all right," the child shrugged. "But there were a lot of things we needed worse."

    Oh, he's all right.
    But there were a lot of things we needed worse.

    "Hello there (здор?во: «привет тут») ", said the vacuum cleaner salesman (продавец пылесоса; to clean — чистить; clean — чистый) to the little girl (маленькой девочке) who answered the door (которая открыла дверь; to answer — отвечать) . "Would you like to buy a vacuum cleaner? (не хотите ли купить пылесос) Watch this! (посмотри на это) " Pushing his way into the house (протиснувшись в дом: to push — толкать; way — путь) , the salesman proceeded to dump a pile of lint (начал с того, что перевернул кучку пуха; to proceed — приняться, приступить; dump — свалка, груда хлама; to dump — сбрасывать, сваливать /мусор/; pile — куча, груда; lint — корпия) and coffee grounds onto the shag carpet (и кофейную гущу на ворсистый ковер) .
    "If this vacuum doesn't clean this mess right up (если не вычистит эту грязь немедленно) ," he boasted (похвастался) with a big smile (с широкой улыбкой) , " why… («ну, тогда»…) I'll eat it right up (я это прямо возьму и съем) ."
    At this, the little girl turned and left the room (при этом девочка повернулась и вышла из комнаты /to leave–left–left — оставлять, покидать/) .
    "Where you going, kid? (куда ты идешь, малышка) " called the salesman (позвал продавец) . "To find your mom? (найти свою маму, за мамой) "
    "Nope (нет, не–а) ," answered (ответила) the little girl from the doorway (из дверного проема = уже в дверях) , "I'm getting a plate and a spoon… (я возьму тарелку и ложку, я иду за тарелкой и ложкой) 'cause we don't have any electricity! (потому что /because/ у нас вовсе нет электричества) "

    "Hello there," said the vacuum cleaner salesman to the little girl who answered the door. "Would you like to buy a vacuum cleaner? Watch this!" Pushing his way into the house, the salesman proceeded to dump a pile of lint and coffee grounds out onto the shag carpet.
    "If this vacuum doesn't clean this mess right up," he boasted with a big smile, "why… I'll eat it right up."
    At this, the little girl turned and left the room.
    "Where you going, kid?" called the salesman. "To find your mom?"
    "Nope," answered the little girl from the doorway, "I'm getting a plate and a spoon… 'cause we don't have any electricity!"

    Watch this!
    I'm getting a plate and a spoon.

    A grade school teacher (учительница начальной школы) was asking students (спрашивала учеников) what their parents did for a living (что их родители делают для «проживания» = чем они зарабатывают на жизнь) . "Tim, you be first (Тим, ты будь = будешь первым) ," she said. "What does your mother do all day? (что твоя мама делает весь день = чем она занята) "
    Tim stood up and proudly said (Тим поднялся и гордо сказал /to stand–stood–stood/) , "She's a doctor (она доктор) ."
    "That's wonderful (это чудесно) . How about you, Amie? (а у тебя, Эми) "
    Amie shyly (застенчиво) stood up, scuffed her feet (повозила ногами) and said, "My father is a mailman (мой отец почтальон) ."
    "Thank you, Amie," said the teacher. "What about your father (а как насчет твоего отца) , Billy?"
    Billy proudly stood up and announced (объявил; announce [@'nauns]) , "My daddy plays piano (мой папа играет на пианино) in a whorehouse (в борделе; whore — проститутка) ."
    The teacher was aghast (ошеломлена; aghast — пораженный ужасом, ошеломленный [@'ga:st]) and promptly (быстро, тут же) changed the subject to geography (переменила тему на географию) . Later that day (позже в тот же день) she went to Billy's house and rang the bell (позвонила в звонок /to ring–rang–rung/) .
    Billy's father answered the door (открыл дверь; to answer — отвечать) . The teacher explained (разъяснила, сообщила) what his son had said (что сказал его сын) and demanded an explanation (и потребовала объяснения) .
    Billy's father said, "I'm actually an attorney (на самом деле я адвокат) . How can I explain a thing like that to a seven–year–old? (как бы я объяснил это: «как могу я объяснить подобную вещь» семилетнему /ребенку/) "

    A grade school teacher was asking students what their parents did for a living. "Tim, you be first," she said. "What does your mother do all day?"
    Tim stood up and proudly said, "She's a doctor."
    "That's wonderful. How about you, Amie?"
    Amie shyly stood up, scuffed her feet and said, "My father is a mailman."
    "Thank you, Amie," said the teacher. "What about your father, Billy?"
    Billy proudly stood up and announced, "My daddy plays piano in a whorehouse."
    The teacher was aghast and promptly changed the subject to geography. Later that day she went to Billy's house and rang the bell.
    Billy's father answered the door. The teacher explained what his son had said and demanded an explanation.
    Billy's father said, "I'm actually an attorney. How can I explain a thing like that to a seven–year–old?"

    You be first!
    How about you?
    Answer the door, please!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Не проще ссылку на Франка дать?

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    Не проще ссылку на Франка дать?
    Я дал ссылку в первом посте. Но читать в ворде монолитный текст, не разбитый на главы, не очень удобно. После каждого перезапуска компа приходится тратить много времени, что бы найти место, где закончил чтение. Здесь хоть по номерам постов можно ориентироваться. Но если это нарушает правила форума, пожалуйста удалите тему.
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Т.е. Вы это сюда постите, чтобы Вам удобнее было читать?

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