Активизируем английский

Активизируем английский

Little
(adjective)

  1. A little house, a little bird, a lit­tle flower, a lit­tle key • A lit­tle boy, a lit­tle girl, a lit­tle kid, my lit­tle bro­ther, your lit­tle sis­ter • Every lit­tle de­tail, lit­tle mis­takes, lit­tle dif­fi­cul­ties, the lit­tle things of life • In a lit­tle while.
  2. I’d like to live in a lit­tle house by the sea.
  3. When we were lit­tle, we liked play­ing with our toys.
  4. I often play with my lit­tle bro­ther.
  5. The little ones are in bed.
  6. I’ll be back in a lit­tle while. • We stayed with them for a lit­tle while. • We ar­rived a lit­tle while ago.
  7. What a nice little house!
  8. What a nasty little man! • What a bor­ing lit­tle man!
  9. The poor little thing is so hun­gry! Give it some milk.
  10. It happened long ago, and yet I re­mem­ber eve­ry lit­tle de­tail.
  11. Such seemingly little mis­takes can even­tu­ally ruin your ca­reer. Be care­ful!
  12. A little bird told me (that) you’ve bought a new car.
  13. Here’s a little some­thing for your birth­day.
  14. I wouldn’t like to live in such a small house. • I’d like to live in a lit­tle house like this.
  15. A small box – a little box • A small key – a lit­tle key • A small table – a lit­tle table • A small flower – a lit­tle flower.


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