Английские аббревиатуры на упаковках / инструкциях медикаментов и их значение
q.d. = once daily — один раз в день
b.i.d. = twice a day — дважды в день
t.i.d = three times a day — трижды день
q.i.d. = four times a day — четыре раза в день
h. / hr. = hour — час
q.h. = every hour — каждый час
q.(x).h. = every (x) hours — каждые (кол-во) часа/ов
q.o.d. = every other day — каждый второй день / через день
min. = минута
a.d. / u.d. = as directed — по указаниям / как предписано
a.c. = before meals — перед едой
p.c. = after meals — после еды
stat. = immediately — немедленно
🏡 Microsoft has become a household name.
🏡 I’d never become a household name. I don’t have what it takes.
🏡 Is he a household name? - Yes, he is very famous.
🏡 He won the championship and became a household name.
READ ALONG TO PRACTICE YOUR ENGLISH: So, in English, if we say something is happening slowly but surely, it means it's happening slowly. It means it's not going very fast. But, it means that it's going well. A great example would be when they build a skyscraper. When they build one of those gigantic buildings in the city, they build them slowly but surely. So, they go slow because they want to make sure that everything is done properly. So, they build them slowly but surely. Another good example is this YouTube channel. I'm a little over 11,000 subscribers now. It is growing slowly but surely, and I'm pretty happy about that. So, again in English, when you build something, or do something slowly but surely, it means that it's going slow but it means that it's going probably, at just the right pace, so that everything is done well and properly.
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La regla es sencilla, la actividad de la que tienes ganas (o no) se expresa usando un -ing verb.
1. “I feel like going out.”
•Ay goldo, sacame de aquí, mardición.
2. “Sorry, I don’t feel like cooking.”
• Hoy sí te vas a joder. Resolvé con Uber Eats o en la nevera hay unas caraotas en un pote de Häagen Dazs. Calentalas y me lavais la perola.
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