Stress – стресс, напряжённое состояние, ударение
Extremely – чрезвычайно
Upset – расстроенный, огорчённый
Effect – действие, влияние, воздействие
Equilibrium – равновесие, баланс
External – внешний, наружный, поверхностный
Anxiety – беспокойство, тревога, страх
Obstacle – препятствие, помеха
Threat – опасность, угроза
To cause – послужить причиной, поводом (для чего-л.), мотивировать (что-л.)
To stimulate – возбуждать, стимулировать
To create – творить, создавать
To discomfort – делать неудобным, затруднять, причинять неудобство
To perceive – ощущать, различать, чувствовать
To exceed – превышать, выходить за пределы
To cope – выдержать, совладать
To deal – справляться с (ситуацией)
Don’t stress. – Не нервничай, все ок.
I’m stressed out and I have a lot on my plate at the moment. – Я выдохся, а у меня еще много дел.
1. Stress – a worried or nervous feeling that stops you relaxing, caused, for example, by pressure at work or financial or personal problems.
2. To create – to cause a situation, feeling, or problem to exist.
3. Effect – a change that is produced in one person or thing by another.
4. To cope – to deal successfully with a difficult situation or job.
5. Threat – the possibility that something bad is going to happen.
6. However, this simplicity masks an extremely subtle decisionmaking problem.
7. Do you consider the cards a suitable teaching tool to stimulate children in learning about children’s rights?
8. If the metals lie too close together in the series, it may not be possible to shift the equilibrium.
9. Razumihin was more than ecstatic and Raskolnikov perceived it with repulsion.
10. Think what happens to a rocket when it hits an overhead obstacle.
Hello! My name's Andrew and I'm a teacher with the EnglishDom and I'm here to do a small podcast on stress. What is stress? Well, we have a few definitions of stress. For instance, if I do this with the pen, if I really did this with it, I'm putting stress on the pen, I'm bending the pen, so the stress is here. Watch it move. This is stress. Or if we have a word and we have to put an emphasis on this word, we put a stress on this word. Ok. So, you might in Russian, for instance, you have "говядина", but have to put the stress on "гоВЯдина" for it to be correct. I think that makes sense. Now, the next stress that we could have, for instance, is something like stressed out, so it feels like someone is doing this to you, so you might go to work and your boss might stress you out. He might put lots of work on top of you and you feel extremely stressed from this. Probably, quit the job, find another job. No jobs worth it to be honest, unless they pay you millions, then stay with it. Don't listen to me and that's really all I can think of for stress really. The idioms that are connected to this would be and its not even an idiom really, it's more of a calm down, don't stress, means calm down, everything's OK, don't stress; this is what you say to somebody that is being very angry or very animated and is very worried about something. You could say I'm stressed out and I have a lot on my plate at the moment and if you have got a lot on your plate this means you have many tasks to perform and that's about everything I can think of. So, thank you very much for listening to this podcast about stress. It's a horrible subject, but maybe not so horrible if it's with regards to a pen or a word.
Thank you very much for listening. Feel English and feel free.
It is how people respond to stress that determines whether they will profit from misfortune or be miserable.
Exercise relieves stress. Nothing relieves exercise.
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One may survive distress, but not disgrace.
When Nasa first began sending astronauts into space, they were confronted by a small problem. Their standard ballpoint pens would not work in space. They spent a decade and twelve million dollars designing a pen that would work below three hundred degrees, in space, and on glass.
Russia used a pencil.
List of questions for discussion
1. What’s the best stress reliever you know of?
2. Who do you give stress to?
3. Does watching TV make you stressed?
4. What things do you get stressed about that you wish you wouldn’t?
5. Who’s the most stressed person you know?
6. Would you ever go to stress management classes?
7. What was the most stressful time of your life?
8. Can stress be a positive thing?
9. How do you interact with others when you are under a lot of stress?
10. Have you ever snapped after being under too much stress?
11. Is learning English stressful?
12. Is life becoming more or less stressful?
13. Who stresses you out the most?
14. What stresses you about walking in the streets?
15. Do you think technology is stressful?
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