KINDLAD EESSÕNAD

SÕNAD, MIS NÕUAVAD ENDA JÄREL KINDLAT EESSÕNA

OMADUSSÕNAD

ABSENT FROM: He was absent from school. (Ta puudus koolist.)

ACCUSTOMED TO: I’m accustomed to the traditions. (Ma olen traditsioonidega harjunud.)

ADDICTED TO: He’s addicted to drinking. (Ta on joomisest sõltuvuses.)

AFRAID OF: I’m afraid of snakes. (Ma kardan usse.)

AMUSED AT/BY: Melinda was amused by the cats. (Koerad tegid Melindale nalja.)

ANGRY ABOUT: He was angry about my words. (Ta oli mu sõnade peale pahane.)

ANGRY WITH/AT: He was angry at Lucy. (Ta oli Lucy peale pahane.)

ANNOYED ABOUT: He was annoyed about this situation. (See olukord häiris teda.)

ANNOYED WITH/AT: I couldn’t be more annoyed at you. (Sa ei suudaks mind rohkem häirida.)

ANXIOUS ABOUT: Stacy was anxious about the trip. (Stacy oli reisi pärast õhinas.)

ASHAMED OF: John is ashamed of his results. (John häbeneb oma tulemusi.)

AWARE OF: Are you aware of the accident? (Kas sa tead õnnetusest?)

BAD FOR: Smoking is bad for everybody. (Suitsetamine on kõigile halb.)

BORED BY/WITH: I’m bored with this book. (Ma olen sellest raamatust tüdinud.)

BUSY WITH: Michael is busy with writing an essay. (Michael on essee kirjutamisega hõivatud.)

CAPABLE OF: Bruce isn’t capable of talking so loud. (Bruce ei suuda nii kõvasti rääkida.)

CERTAIN ABOUT/OF: Dylan was quite certain about the results. (Dylan oli tulemustes üsna kindel.)

CONVINCED OF: I was convinced of the victory. (Ma olin võidus veendunud.)

DIFFERENT FROM: Daniel is so different from the others. (Daniel on teistest nii erinev.)

DISAPPOINTED ABOUT/WITH: I was disappointed about that game. (Ma olin selles mängus pettunud.)

DISAPPOINTED IN: He was totally disappointed in Greg. (Ta oli Gregis täiesti pettunud.)

ENVIOUS OF: Kate is envious of Kristina. (Kate on Kristina peale kade.)

EQUAL TO: Natalie isn’t equal to Sarah. (Natalie ei ole Sarahiga võrdne.)

EXITED ABOUT: Jennifer was exited about the opportunity. (Jennifer oli võimalusest erutatud.)

FAITHFUL TO: She must be faithful to Morgen. (Ta peab Morgenile ustav olema.)

FAMOUS FOR: The town is famous for its church. (Linn on kuulus oma kiriku poolest.)

FED UP WITH: I’m fed up with these exercises. (Mul on neist harjutustest kõrini.)

FOND OF: He is fond of poetry. (Ta armastab luulet.)

FULL OF: The room is full of people. (Tuba on inimesi täis.)

GOOD AT: She is good at languages. (Ta on keeltes andekas.)

GUILTY OF: Jack was founded guilty of the crime. (Jack mõisteti kuriteos süüdi.)

IMPRESSED BY/WITH: I was impressed with the movie. (Film avaldas mulle muljet.)

INNOCENT OF: Keith was innocent of the crime. (Keith ei olnud kuriteos süüdi.)

INTERESTED IN: Tom is interested in geography. (Tom huvitub geograafiast.)

INVOLVED IN: Bryan wasn’t involved in this case. (Bryan ei olnud selle looga seotud.)

JEALOUS OF: Max is jealous of Trevor. (Max on Trevori peale armukade.)

KEEN ON: He is keen on football. (Ta huvitub jalgpallist.)

KIND TO: She was very kind to me. (Ta oli mu vastu väga lahke.)

KNOWN FOR: Clark is known for his changing moods. (Clark on tuntud oma muutuvate tujude poolest.)

LATE FOR: He was late for school. (Ta jäi kooli hiljaks.)

MADE OF: The house is made of wood. (Maja on tehtud puidust.)

MADE FROM: This cake is made from flour, eggs and butter. (See kook on tehtud jahust, munadest ja võist.)

MARRIED TO: Lisa is married to George. (Lisa on George’ga abielus.)

NECESSARY FOR: Is this book really necessary for me? (Kas see raamat on tõesti mulle vajalik?)

PATIENT WITH: She tried to stay patient with her sister. (Ta üritas oma õega rahulikuks jääda.)

PLEASED ABOUT/WITH: He is pleased with the result. (Ta on tulemusega rahul.)

POLITE TO: The students weren’t polite to the teacher. (Õpilased ei olnud õpetaja vastu viisakad.)

POPULAR WITH: Those songs are popular with the teenagers. (Need lood on teismeliste hulgas populaarsed.)

PROUD OF: I’m proud of you. (Ma olen su üle uhke.)

REMEMBERED FOR: He will be remembered for a long time. (Teda mäletatakse kaua aega.)

RESPONSIBLE FOR: Tracy is responsible for this mess. (Tracy on selle segaduse eest vastutav.)

SATISFIED WITH: I’m satisfied with it. (Ma olen sellega rahul.)

SCARED OF: I’m scared of the future. (Ma kardan tulevikku.)

SHOCKED AT/BY: I was shocked by this newspaper. (See ajaleht jahmatas mind.)

SHORT OF: I’m short of money. (Mul on vähe raha.)

SICK OF: Chris is sick of school. (Chrisil on koolist kõrini.)

SIMILAR TO: This text is similar to the one in the newspaper. (See tekst on ajalehes kirjutatuga sarnane.)

SORRY ABOUT: He was sorry about his actions. (Ta kahetses oma tegusid.)

SORRY FOR: She was sorry for Martin. (Tal oli Martinist kahju.)

SURE ABOUT/OF: He was sure of his words. (Ta oli oma sõnades kindel.)

SURPRISED AT/BY: We were surprised at the news. (Me olime uudiste üle üllatunud.)

SUSPICIOUS OF: The police are suspicious of Jenny. (Politsei kahtlustab Jennyt.)

THIRSTY FOR: He is thirsty for new races. (Ta januneb uute sõitude järele.)

TIRED FROM: Randy is tired from the hard work. (Randy on raskest tööst väsinud.)

TIRED OF: Stanley is tired of the arguements. (Stanley on vaidlustest tüdinud.)

TYPICAL OF: Forgetting is so typical of you. (Unustamine on sulle nii tüüpiline.)

UPSET ABOUT/WITH/BY: I was upset by this article. (See artikkel vihastas mind.)

USEFUL FOR: This investment isn’t useful for the firm. (See investeering ei ole firmale kasulik.)

USEFUL TO: These notes aren’t useful to you. (Need märkmed ei ole sulle kasulikud.)

WORRIED ABOUT: She is worried about you. (Ta on sinu pärast mures.)

 

TEGUSÕNAD

ACCUSE OF: The police accused me of stealing. (Politsei süüdistas mind varastamises.)

 

ADAPT TO: Theresa adapted herself to the conditions. (Theresa kohanes tingimustega.)

ADD TO: There’s nothing for me to add to this story. (Mul ei ole sellele jutule midagi lisada.)

ADMIRE FOR: I admire Julie for her patience. (Ma imetlen Juliet tema kannatuse pärast.)

AGREE TO: He agreed to my proposal. (Ta oli mu ettepanekuga nõus.)

AGREE WITH: Do you agree with me? (Kas sa nõustud minuga?)

APPLY FOR: I applied for a job. (Ma esitasin töö saamiseks avalduse.)

APPROVE OF: Matt doesn’t approve of this attitude. (Matt ei kiida seda suhtumist heaks.)

ARRIVE AT: I arrived at a hotel. (ma saabusin hotelli)

ARRIVE IN: I arrived in Tallinn. (Ma saabusin Tallinna.)

BEG FOR: Sydney begged for another chance. (Sydney anus uut võimalust.)

BELIEVE IN: I believe in you. (Ma usun sinusse.)

BELONG TO: These belong to my father. (Need kuuluvad mu isale.)

BLAME FOR: What are you blaming Roger for? (Mille pärast sa Rogerit süüdistad?)

COMMENT ON: She commented on Richard’s appearance. (Ta kommenteeris Richardi välimust.)

CONCENTRATE ON: Victoria doesn’t concentrate on her homework. (Victoria ei keskendu oma kodutööle.)

CONGRATULATE ON: Ross congratulated Fred on his birthday. (Ross soovis Fredile sünnipäeva puhul õnne.)

CONSIST OF: The band consisted of six members. (Bänd koosnes kuuest liikmest.)

CONVINCE OF: I convinced Jerome of going to the party. (Ma veensin Jerome’i peole tulema.)

DEPEND ON: It depends on the weather. (See sõltub ilmast.)

DIE OF: Andrew died of lung-cancer. (Andrew suri kopsuvähki.)

EXPLAIN TO: Rick explained the system to me. (Rick seletas mulle süsteemi.)

FALL IN LOVE WITH: He fell in love with Rose. (Ta armus Rose’i)

GET RID OF: Susan got rid of the old clothes. (Susan sai vanadest riietest lahti.)

GRADUATE FROM: Jim graduated from university last year. (Jim lõpetas eelmisel aastal ülikooli.)

HAPPEN TO: What happened to Jack? (Mis juhtus Jackiga?)

HEAR ABOUT: I heard about the accident. (Ma kuulsin õnnetusest.)

HEAR FROM: I haven’t heard from Linda for a long time. (Ma pole Lindast midagi pikka aega kuulnud.)

HEAR OF: I bet they haven’t heard of Erki Nool. (Ma pakun, et nad pole Erki Noolest kuulnud.)

INFORM OF: Police informed Lisa of the suspect. (Politsei teatas Lisale kahtlusalusest.)

INSIST ON: He insisted on my going there. (Ta nõudis, et ma sinna läheksin.)

INTERFERE WITH: Peter interfered with my speech. (Peter segas mu kõnele vahele.)

JOIN IN: Jeff joined in the activity of the club. (Jeff võttis klubi tegevusest osa.)

LISTEN TO: We listened to the radio. (me kuulasime raadiot.)

LOOK AFTER: She must look after the children. (Ta peab laste järele vaatama.)

LOOK AT: What are you looking at? (Mida sa vaatad?)

LOOK FOR: I’m looking for my umbrella. (Ma otsin oma vihmavarju.)

OBJECT TO: I object to his statement. (Ma olen ta avaldusele vastu.)

OPERATE ON: I operated on the paintings. (Ma tegutsesin maalide kallal.)

PARTICIPATE IN: IShe participated in the work of the club. (Ta võttis klubi tööst osa.)

PAY FOR: Karen didn’t pay for the shoes. (Karen ei maksnud kingade eest)

PAY ATTENTION TO: Pay attention to my words. (Pööra mu sõnadele tähelepanu.)

PREFER TO: I prefered the trip to the concert. (Ma eelistasin reisi kontserdile.)

PREPARE FOR: Susan should prepare for the exam. (Susan peaks eksamiks valmistuma.)

PREVENT FROM: You can’t prevent me from doing it. (Sa ei saa takistada mind seda tegemast.)

REMIND ABOUT: Lynn reminded Patrick about the trip. (Lynn tuletas Patrickule reisi meelde.)

REMIND OF: She reminds me of my best friend. (Ta meenutab mulle mu parimat sõpra.)

REPLY TO: Rachel didn’t reply to the letter. (Rachel ei vastanud kirjale.)

ROB OF: He robbed the lady of her purse. (Ta röövis daamilt rahakoti.)

SAY TO: I’ve something to say to you. (Mul on sulle midagi öelda.)

SEARCH FOR: Everybody searched for the little boy. (Kõik otsisid väikest poissi.)

SEEM TO: It seems to me that you like him. (Mulle tundub, et ta meeldib sulle.)

SEPARATE FROM: Daniella is separated from Jason. (Daniella on Jasonist lahutatud.)

SHARE WITH: I don’t want to share my problems with you. (Ma ei taha oma muresid sinuga jagada.)

SHOUT AT: Neil shouted at Ted. (Neil karjus Tedi peale.)

SMELL OF: I could smell of different flowers. (Ma tundsin erinevate lillede lõhna.)

SMILE AT: He smiled at me. (Ta naeratas mulle.)

SPEAK OF: The book speaks of her childhood. (See raamat räägib ta lapsepõlvest.)

SPEAK ON: He spoke on English art. (Ta kõneles inglise kunstist.)

SPEAK TO: Did you speak to the doctor? (Kas sa kõnelesid arstiga?)

SPEND ON: I spent lots of money on it. (Ma kulutasin sellele palju raha.)

SUCCEED IN: Ralf succeeded in making his own company. (Ralfil õnnestus rajada oma firma.)

SUFFER FROM: Grace suffers from head-aches. (Grace kannatab peavalude all.)

TAKE PART IN: He took part in the competition. (Ta võttis võistlusest osa.)

TALK TO: I talked to mother. (Ma rääkisin emaga.)

THANK FOR: Thank you for your kindness. (Tänan sind su lahkuse eest.)

THINK ABOUT: I often think about that day. (Ma mõtlen tihti sellest päevast.)

THINK OF: What did you think of this film? (Mis sa sellest filmist arvasid?)

VOTE FOR: I didn’t vote for anybody. (Ma ei hääletanud kellegi poolt.)

WAIT FOR: They are waiting for me. (Nad ootavad mind.)

WARN ABOUT: Stephanie warned him about the criminals. (Stephanie hoiatas teda kurjategijate eest.)

WRITE TO: Pamela didn’t write to me. (Pamela ei kirjutanud mulle.)

WORK ON: Stephanie worked on her assignment. (Stephanie töötas oma ülesande kallal.)

WORRY ABOUT: You shouldn’t worry about me. (Sa ei peaks minu pärast muretsema.)