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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION

IFC

4.9

TITLE PAGE

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4.10

CONTENTS

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1 NUMBERS, TIME, HOLIDAYS, 1.1

Numbers

1.2

Shapes

1.3

Calendar and holidays

1.4

Time

1.5

The United States

ETC.

4 5 6 7 8

Personal Data

2.2

The family

2.3

Daily routine/Home

3

activities

5.2

Physical descriptions

5.3

Verbs of movement

5.4

At the hairdresser's and the beauty salon

5.5

Hairstyling,

make-up,

and manicure

37-38 39 40-41 42 43

HEALTH Minor ailments and remedies

44-45

at the pharmacy 6.2

Medical care

6.3

At the hospital

6.4

Dental and eye care

46 47 48

HOUSING

3.1

Places to live: apartments

3.2

The kitchen

3.3

Kitchen equipment

3.4

The bathroom

3.5

The bedroom

3.6

The living room

3.7

The dining

3.8

The nursery and baby accessories

3.9

The utility room

and houses

room

3.10

The yard and garden

3.11

Gardening

3.12

Floor plan of a house

4

9 10-11 12

THE BODY Parts of the body

6.1

2.1

Dealing with crime

5.1

6

2 PEOPLE

35 36

Hotel

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7

CLOTHES AND FASHION

7.1

Men's and women's

7.2

Describing

7.3

Colors and patterns

7.4

Fabrics, sewing, and knitting

7.5

Accessories and jewelry

wear

clothes

49-51 52 53 54 55

8 SCHOOL 8.1

School and the classroom

8.2

Playground

8.3

The school

8.4

School subjects

8.5

The library

and pre-school

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WORK/OCCUPATIONS

4.1

At home/Housework

4.2

Getting

4.3

Jobs

4.4

The office

4.5

Office activities

4.6

In a workshop

4.7

In a factory

4.8

On a construction

a job

site

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FOOD

9.1

Vegetables

9.2

Fruit

9.3

At the supermarket

9.4

Supermarket

9.5

At the restaurant

9.6

Fast food and snacks

9.7

Containers

counters

and quantities

61 62 63-64 65 66 67 68


CONTENTS 9..8 Cooking 9.9

Breakfast

69 70

14.6

105

Insects and small animals

15 THE ENVIRONMENT 10 TRANSPORTATION 0.1

Public transportation

02

Private transportation

03

The road/Road signs

0.4

At the airport

0.5

Water transportation

11

COMMUNITY

11.1

Money

11.2

The city/City life

11.3

At the post office

11.4

At the drugstore

11.5

At the mall

11.6

Emergencies

71 72-73 74-75 76-77 78

79 80-81 82 83 84 85

15.1

Landscape features

15.2

Seasons and weather

15.3

Space

16

COMPUTERS, ELECTRONICS

HOME

16.1

Computers

16.2

Home electronics and telecommunications

17

Adjectives

17.2

Prepositions

AND

and software

EXPRESSING

17.1

106 107 108

12.1

Team and spectator sports

112-113 114-115

12.2

Individual sports

12.3

Water sports

12.4

Winter sports

12.5

At the gym

13

RECREATION

13.1

Entertainment

13.2

Hobbies and games

13.3

Musical instruments

13.4

At the beach

13.5

In the country

13.6

Places to visit

EXERCISES

86-87 88-89 90 91 92

93 94-95 96 97 98 99

14 ANIMALS/PETS 14.1

Pets

14.2

Farm animals

14.3

Wild animals

14.4

Fish and sea animals

14.5

Birds

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109 110-111

ONESELF

WORDLIST

12 SPORTS

OFFICE

KEY TO EXERCISES PHOTO CREDITS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PRONUNCIATION

TABLE

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HOLIDAYS

Easter* (April) Mother's Day* (May) 3 Memorial Day* (May) 4 Father's Day* (June) 5 Independence Day/Fourth of July (July 4th) 6 Halloween (October 31 st) 7 Thanksgiving (Day)* (November) 8 Christmas (Day) (December 25th) 9 New Year's Eve (December 31 st) 10 Valentine's Day (February 14th) 1

October Sunday

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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When's Valentine's Day?

A: When's Halloween?

It's on February fourteenth.

B:

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1 Which of these are religious holidays?

When's Christmas Day?

A: When's

?

It's in December.

B: It's on (date).Ilt's in (month).

2 Which holidays do you celebrate in your own country? When are they?

Discussion


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11 12 13 14 15

clock hour hand minute hand second hand face (digital) watch (analog) watch twelve o'clock (midnight) twelve o'clock (noon/midday) seven (0' clock) seven oh five/five after seven seven ten/ten after seven seven fifteen/(a) quarter after seven seven twenty/twenty after seven seven thirty

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What time is it? It's ten ten.!lt is ten after ten.

seven thirty-five/twenty-five to eight seven forty/twenty to eight seven forty-five/(a) quarter to eight seven fifty/ten to eight seven fifty-five/five to eight eight a.m./eight (o'clock) in the morning eight p.m./eight (o'clock) in the evening

A: What time is it? B: It is

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widow widower girl

boy baby child toddler man woman teenager adult senior citizen

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What's your marital status? I'm married.ll'm a widow.

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Who's she? She's Julia's mother.

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PARENTS AND CHILDREN father mother daughter son

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SIBLINGS sister brother

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aunt uncle niece nephew

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father-in-law mother-in-law daughter-in-law son-in-law sister-i n-Iaw brother-in-law

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wake up get up wash your face rinse your face dry your face/yourself brush your teeth take a shower shave get dressed comb your hair put on make-up eat breakfast have a cup of coffee go to work

watch (TV) read (the paper) listen to the radio take a bath brush your hair go to bed sleep

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Does this house have a front porch? No, it doesn't. Does this house have a chimney? Yes,it does.

APARTMENT fire escape balcony

BUILDING

Discussion What kinds of places to live are there in. city? A: Does this have a(n) ......................................................... ? B: Yes,it does./No, it doesn't.

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Is this the microwave? Yes,i is. Is this the stove? '. " isn't. It's the oven.

cookbook storage jar spices spice rack dishwashing liquid scouring pad trash can/garbage can

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Discussion Which of these things do you have in your kitchen? 2 Which of these things do you need?


KITCHEN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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EQUIPME

wok ladle pot toaster pot holder cookie sheet egg beaters tea kettle knife cutting board food processor roasting pan blender peeler garlic press can opener rolling pin sieve colander steamer

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What do you do with a tea kettle? You boil water in it. What do you do with a wok? You stir-fry vegetables in it.

A: What do you do with a(n) ........................................................ ? B: You . inl with it.

measuring spoons grater (mixing) bowl whisk measuring cup (electric) mixer

27 28 29 30 31 32

bottle opener coffee maker handle saucepan lid frying pan

Discussion Which of these things do you have in your kitchen 7 2 Which things would you like to have? Why?


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shower shower curtain mirror shelf bathtub tile toilet bath mat laundry basket/hamper

10 cup 11 toothpaste 12 toothbrush 13 toothbrush holder 14 shaving cream 15 shaving brush 16 razor 17 soap 18 soap dish 19 medicine cabinet 20 towel rack 21 wash cloth 22 hand towel 23 bath towel 24 faucet 25 sink 26 toilet paper 27 box of tissues

What color is the bath mat? It's red. What color are the tiles? They're white.

A: What color is/are the B: It'slThey're

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Discussion Which of these things do you have in your bathroom? Which would you like to have? 2 Do you prefer taking a bath or a shower) Why?

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curtains lamp nightstand/night double bed bedspread carpet pillowcase pillow headboard twin bed quilt wallpaper

table

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closet dresserlchest of drawers drawer knob comforter

(flat) sheet (fitted) sheet mirror dressing table alarm clock mattress dust ruffle

Where's the lamp? It's on the nightstand.

A: Where's the flat sheet? B: It's the

Where's the bedskirt? It's under the mattress.

A: Where's the B: It's on/under the "

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What do you have in your bedroom? ? .

2 Which of these things would you like to have?


(fireplace) screen planter plant lamp lampshade

drape window coffee table throw pillow cushion sofa/couch armchair furniture wall unit desk bookcase books

picture picture frame 3 mantel(piece) 4 vase 5 flowers 6 fireplace 1

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Where's the vase? It's on the mantel. Where are the books? They're in the bookcase.

A: Where's the lamp? B: It's the A: Where's/Where are the ............................................. B: It'slThey're

Discussion . ? .

What do you have in your living room? 2 Do you like this living room? Why or why not?


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sideboard mirror chandelier (dining room) table chair teapot pepper shaker salt shaker napkin napkin ring place mat glass pitcher

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fork knife tablespoon teaspoon

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Where's the pepper? It's to the left of the salt. Where's the knife? It's to the right of the fork.

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Discussion 1 Which of these things are used for eating? 2 Which of these things do you use for drinking?


diaper 2 changing pad 3 potty chair 4 crib 5 stuffed animal 6 teddy bear 7 baby clothes 8 high chair 9 bib 10 pacifier 11 baby wipes 12 spill-proof cup 13 nipple 14 (baby) bottle 15 sterilizer 1

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Where's the baby? He's in his car seat. Where's the baby? She's in her crib.

A: Where's the baby? B: He's/She's in/on his/her

baby carriage stroller intercom/baby baby carrier car seat

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umbrella patio (patio) table (patio) chair flowers flowerbed lawn barbecue yard hedge bush tree vegetable garden lounge chair

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Do you like roses? Yes, I do. Do you like hyacinths? No, I don't.

A: Do you like B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.

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Discussion 1 Do you have a yard? a patio? Describe it. 2 Do you like to work with plants? What kind?


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Discussion

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home? 2 Are there many two-story houses in your city?


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What's the matter with her? She has a fever. What's wrong with him? He has a broken leg.

A: What's the matter/ What's wrong with him/her? B: He/she has

She has a nosebleed. He has a backache. He has a broken leg.

Discussion .

What do you take for a stomachache sore throat? a cough?

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a cold? a

2 When is the last time you were sick? What was the matter?


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bruise sunburn cut scratch

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bump

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blood

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What happened to her? She fell down. What happened to him? He got a bump.

A: What happened to him/her? B: He/She

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insect/bug

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insect repellent cream

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What's this? It's an x-ray. Who's she? She's a physical therapist.

cardiologist ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist pediatrician obstetrician/gynecologist ophthalmologist osteopath physiotherapist/physical counselor/therapist

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sick? 2 Have you ever visited any of these specialists?


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doctor nurse patient orderly gurney stitches operation/surgery mask surgeon surgical gloves anesthetist give a shot syringe needle cast wheelchair crutches waiting room surgical collar sling scalpel

Is this a cast or a surgical collar? It's a surgical collar.

A: Is this a{n)

Is she a nurse or an orderly? She's an orderly.

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Have you ever been in the hospital? Why were you there? 2 Do you like to visit people in the hospital?

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Do you like to go to the dentist? 2 Do you wear eyeglasses/contact lenses?

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OUTDOOR CLOTHING 1 rain hat 2 baseball cap 3 hat 4 umbrella 5 raincoat 6 jacket 7 coat 8 gloves SWEATERS 9 turtleneck 10 V-neck sweater 11 cardigan 12 crewneck sweater

FOOTWEAR 13 shoes 14 running shoes 15 boots 16 sandals 17 pumps

NIGHTCLOTHES 18 pajamas 19 slippers 20 nightgown/nightie 21 bathrobe

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3 4 5 6 7

pants/slacks sweatshirt T-shirt shorts Jeans blazer overalls

UNDERWEAR 8 panties/underwear 9 ankle socks 10 slip/petticoat 11 panty hose/stockings/ nylons tights bra socks

suit jacket 17 blouse 18 skirt 19 dress 20 evening gown 15 16

What color is the T-shirt? I 's white. What color are the tights? ney're black.

A: What color is/are the ,..,., ,., , B: It's/They're (light/dark)

Discussion ,.., ?

1 Describe the clothes that you usually wear. 2 In your opinion, which type of clothes look best on a woman) on a man?


.1

FORMAL WEAR 1 2 3 4 5 6

suit tie tuxedo bow tie vest shirt

CASUAL WEAR sweatshirt jacket 9 shirt 10 pants/slacks 11 T-shirt 12 baseball cap 13 jeans 7

8

UNDERWEAR undershirt 15 socks 16 boxer shorts/boxers 17 briefs/jockey shorts 14

SPORTSWEAR 18

19 20 21

warm-up suit bathing suit/swimsuit running shoes bathing suit/swimming trunks

Do you like this vest? Yes, I do. Do you like these socks? 0, I don't.

A: Do you like this shirt? B: A: Do you like this/these

Discussion .

1 Describe the clothes that a classmate usually wears. 2 Which of these clothes are commonly used only at nigh? only during the day? both at night and during the day?


1 2 3 4

5 6

collar lapel sleeve buckle shoelace heel

ADJECTIVES short-sleeved long-sleeved wide narrow baggy loose tight

Do you like shoes with buckles? es, I do.lNo, I don't. Do you like baggy pants? 'es, I do.lNo, I don't.

A: Do you like with .................................................... ? B: Yes,I do.lNo, I don't. A: Do you like B:

? .

Discussion Who in the class is wearing clothes and shoes with these parts?


COLORS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

white sky blue yellow navy blue gold pink brown dark green purple beige cream dark blue red gray orange black turquoise

What colors are in the checked pattern? Navy blue and white.

A: What colors are in the .., ,., ,..,..,. pattern? B: .

Discussion Which of these dolors or patterrs wear? 2 Describe what the person ne


7.4

F A B R I C 5, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14

15 16 17 18

19 20

5 EWIN G, AND

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knitting needle pattern sewing basket hook and eye fastener/snap thread pincushion thimble needle safety pin pin tape measure scissors yarn Veicro™ iron-on tape sewing machine dressmaker/seamstress tailor stain

Where's the sewing basket? l's behind the pincushion. Where are the scissors? -nf. •.•e in front of the yarn.

A: Where's/Where are the .. B: It's/They're behind/in front of the

Discussion ?

Which of these things do you have at home7 2 What fabrics are you wearing today?


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ES S 0 RI E S AND

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m JEWELRY watch chain 3 brooch/pin 4 necklace 5 earring 6 cufflink 7 tie clip 8 bracelet 9 barrette 10 pearls 11 ring 1

2

12 13

GEMS

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24 25 26 ZJ 28 29

14 15 16 17 18 19

ACCESSORIES daily planner handkerchief wallet change purse scarf make-up bag tote bag clutch (bag) purse/handbag suspenders briefcase belt buckle key ring

diamond emerald ruby amethyst sapphire topaz

t's a nice belt. =;oee.ll disagree. I don't like it.

Discussion

- se are nice earrings. =;oee.ll disagree. I don't like

1 are expensive?

In your opinion, which of these things: 2 are useful?


B 1

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2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9

SCHOOLS nursery school/pre-school kindergarten elementary school junior high/middle school high school college/un iversity graduates technical/vocational school adult education classes

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THE CLASSROOM

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

teacher blackboa rd/cha Ikboa rd desk textbook student television video cassette recorder cassette/CD player chalk overhead projector bulletin board poster computer whiteboard whiteboard marker

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scooter swings 3 jungle gym 4 bench 5 seesaw/teeter-totter 6 slide 7 sandbox 8 sand 9 kite 10 skateboard 11 tricycle 12 Rollerbladesâ&#x201E;˘ 13 roller skates

PRE-SCHOO

1

2

14

15 16 17 18 19

20 21 22 23 24

25

What color is the tricycle? :'s red. hat color are the building blocks? ey're yellow, blue, red, and green.

A: What color is/are the . B: It's/They're

? .

easel toys doll book building blocks coloring book crayon paints paintbrush safety scissors jigsaw puzzle glue

Discussion 1 Which of these things have wheels? 2 Which of these things did you have were a child?


8.3

THE B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10

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SCHOOL

CLASSROOM OBJECTS triangle ruler protractor compass eraser notebook (ballpoint) pen pencil pencil sharpener calculator

CD

m THE SCIENCE LAB 11 12 13

14 15 16 17

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tongs bunsen burner beaker graduated cylinder pipette goggles test tube

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THE GYM

18

mat

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screen keyboard

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THE LANGUAGE

21

headphones

II

THE CAFETERIA

22

tray

LAB

LAB


Microsoft,

CD

What are the students studying here? They're in biology class.

A: What are the students studying here? B: They're in class.

Discussion Which of these subjects do/did you take 7 2 What are/were your favorite subjects in school?


1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

11 12

librarian checkout desk library card reference section books shelf terminal/computer cart periodicals section magazines newspapers information desk

13 14 15 16

17 18 19

20 21

storytelling photocopier title author call number dictionary children's section atlas encyclopedia

,ENCYCLOI'EOJA

OF

WORLD HI5TOR.@

I need a magazine. Where should I go? To the periodical section. I need some information. Where should I go? To the information desk.

A: I need a{n)/some Where should I go? B: To the

.

Discussion 1 How often do you go to the library?

.

2 What do you usually do at the library?


1 carrots 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

cabbage cauliflower onions cucumbers broccoli brussel sprouts leeks pumpkin

zucchini 11 spinach 12 mushrooms 13 green onions 14 watercress 10

15 asparagus 16 17 18 19

20

21 22 23 24

25 26 27

Should we buy cauliflower or broccoli? Let's buy broccoli. Should we buy green peppers or red peppers? Let's buy green peppers.

lettuce green beans ", eggplant peas celery corn (on the cob) potatoes tomatoes garlic green pepper red pepper artichoke

A: Should we buy or

B: Let's buy

.

? .

Discussion Do you eat vegetables every da ~ Which do you eat mos 0 le . 2 Which of these vege abies without cooking them?

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1 tangerine

grapefruit lemon 4 lime 5 orange 6 grape 7 pineapple 8 banana 9 honeydew 2

3

melon 10 11

12 13 14

15 16

avocado kiwi papaya mango apricot starfruit peach 21

22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29

apple pear watermelon plum strawberry raspberry blueberry rhubarb cherry

NUTS 30 31

32 33 34 35 36

Do you prefer apples or pears? I prefer pears. Do you prefer peaches or plums? don't like either.

A: Do you prefer . B: I prefer I don't like either.

or ? .I

hazelnut walnut coconut Brazil nut almond peanut cashew

Discussion Which of these fruits are common in your country? 2 Which of these fruits do you like?


m 1

2 3 4 5 6 7

8

CHECK-OUT AREA aisle groceries check-out counter customer/shopper (check-out) cashier conveyor belt (shopping) cart shopping bag

rn

FROZEN FOODS

m

DAIRY PRODUCTS

14

eggs yogurt margarine cheese milk butter

m

JARS/CANNED

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

baked beans tuna fish soup tomatoes honey corn peanut butter jelly

9

10 11 12 13

FOOD

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DRY GOODS 1

2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

coffee tea cocoa cereal rice pasta oatmeal flour cookies sugar

CONDIMENTS spices/herbs salt 13 pepper 14 oil 15 vinegar 16 salad dressing 17 ketchup/catsup 18 mustard 19 mayonnaise 11

12

DRINKS 20 21 22 23 24 25

red wine white wine beer mineral water soft drink/soda juice

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS trash bags/garbage bags 27 plastic wrap 28 aluminum foil 29 window cleaner 26

What do we need today? We need some coffee and some sugar, but we don't need any cookies.

A: What do we need today? B: We need some , but we don't need any ,

Discussion What would you buy to make: 1 brea kfast? 2 a quick dinner?


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MEAT

BEEF 1 2 3 4

PORK 5 6 7

9

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pork chops sausage bacon

LAMB 8

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pot roast steak ground beef liver

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leg of lamb lamb chops

CHICKEN

V

10

chicken

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DELICATESSEN/DELI

11

dip coleslaw potato salad ham salami lunch meat Swiss cheese American cheese cheddar cheese

12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19

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FISH AND SEAFOOD

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

whole trout scallops oyster lobster crab shrimp mussels fish fillet salmon steaks

rn 29 30 31 32 33 34

BAKERY whole wheat bread bagels pita bread French bread cupcakes white bread


1 2 3 4

waiter menu wine list dessert cart

APPETIZERS/HORS 5 6 7

D'OEUVRES

shrimp cocktail salad soup

MAIN COURSES

10

roast beef baked potato stuffed peppers

11

pizza

13

lasagna

14

8 9

12

15 16 17

spaghetti fish fillet vegetables nce noodles

DRINKS

18 19 20 21 ,~

I'd like the lasagna, please. Certainly. I'd like the cheesecake, please. I'm sorry, we don't have any today.

22

white wine red wine champagne bottled water coffee tea milk

whipped cream Ice cream cheesecake pie (chocolate) cake

A: I'd like the , please. B: Certainly.ll'm sorry, we don't have any today.

Discussion What would you like: 1 for dinner? 2 to drink? 3 for dessert?


1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9 10

milkshake straw soft drink/soda

hamburger hotdog French fries fried chicken sandwich taco potato chips

Would you like a hamburger? Yes,please. ould you like some doughnuts? â&#x20AC;˘ 0, thanks.

11 12

13 14

A: Would you like some potato chips? B: . A: Would you like a(n)/some

Ice cream Ice cream cone doughnuVdonut muffin

Discussion 1 How often do you have fast food? 2 What's your favorite fast food restaurc":~ do you usually order there?

::.


QUANTITIES

2

bag can

3

Jar

4

bottle carton loaf tub/container box

1

5 6 7

8 9

roll

10

tube six-pack

11

a cup 13 a tablespoon 14 a teaspoon 15 a gallon 16 a quart 17 a pint 18 a pound 19 an ounce 12

empty a quarter full a third full half full three quarters full full

How much milk do we want? Two quarts.! A gallon. How many cans of soda do we want? Three.

A: How much do we want?! How many of ............. do we want? B: .

Discussion What do you usually buy in these containers (bags, cans, etc.)? 2 How much of these foods do you usually buy: milk, meat, bread, rice, fish?


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CD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Is this crushing or chopping? {'S crushing. Is this boiling or frying? :'s frying.

Is this . B: It's

or ?

wash peel grate chop crush beat cut slice grease break stir mix knead steam saute pour weigh boil add bake stir-fry grill roast barbecue measure fry

Discussion 1 In what different ways can you cook

,

.

2 Explain how you make one of your dishes.

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1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

13

grapefruit hot cereal milk cereal orange juice butter toast croissant coffee tea jam bagel cream cheese

14

15 16 17 18

Would you like some

scrambled eggs? 0, thanks. I'd rather have cereal. Would you like some toast? Yes,please.

A: Would you like a(n)/some ............................ ? B: No, thanks. I'd rather have a(n)/some .................. , ., .IYes, please.

soft-boiled egg scrambled eggs omelet fried egg fried egg over easy

Discussion 1 What do you usually eat for breakfast? 2 Which of these foods would you like to try?


arrivals and departures board train/railroad station 3 turnstile 4 passenger car 5 ticket 6 train 7 passenger

subway station engine track timetable escalator platform

1

2

14

15 16

17 18 19

Do you want to go by bus? o. Let's go by taxi.

A: Do you want to go by train? B: No. Let's go by .

o you want to go by subway? .0. Let's go by bus.

A: Do you want to go by B: No. Let's go by

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Discussion ?

.

(taxi) driver/cab driver taxi/cab bus luggage compartment bus stop bus driver

Which of these forms of transportation are used in your city7 2 Which of these forms of transportation do you use?


m 1 2 3 4

5 6

CARS hatchback sedan station wagon four-wheel drive/SUV convertible sports car

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bicycle

10

;:dea~1 motorcycle

11 12

motor scooter moped

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21

cylinder block distributor battery air filter

22 23 24

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VEHICLES

13

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15 16 •

17

OTHER VEHICLES truck van trailer minivan motor home


P R I VAT E T RA N S PO RTAT ION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

11 12 13 14

15 16

17 18 19

roof rack windshield hood headlight headrest seat belt door gas cap rear window trunk brake light bumper exhaust pipe license plate windshield wiper side mirror fender hubcap tire

20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29

What's this - a van or a motor home? It's a van. What's this - the turn signal or the gear shift? It's the gear shift.

A: What's this - a(n)/the .............................. or a(n)/the ............................................. ? B: It's a(n)/the .

2

clutch brake accelerator rearvlew mirror dashboard steering wheel turn signal radio/cassette/CD player gear shift emergency brake

Discussion 1 Do you have any of these vehi

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2 Which are more common in 0 convertibles or station ag ~ or mopeds?

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

on-ramp overpass off-ramp/exit street light lane shoulder divider reflector toll booth toll booth attendant

INTERSECTION 11

12 13 14

15 16

Is this a street light or a traffic light? It's a street light. Is this an on-ramp or an offramp? :'s an off-ramp.

A: Is this a(n) a(n) B: It's a(n)

or ? .

traffic light red light yellow light green light street crosswalk

Questions for discussion 1 Do highways in your country look like this7 2 Do you have tollbooths in your country? How much is the toll?


1 2 3

5 6 7 8 9

o 1

2

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bridge railroad crossing barrier

one-way sign stop sign yield sign railroad crossing sign roadwork sign slippery-when-wet sign steep hill sign no U-turn sign no right turn sign school crossing sign do not enter sign interstate highway sign pedestrian crossing speed limit sign

.

.

.

WRONG

.SC~OOL /hat does this sign mean? : means" one way." at does this sign mean? - leans" do not enter."

WAY "W

A: What does this sign mean? B: It means "

Discussion "

Is there a bridge in your city? a train - c 2 What other road signs have you set: ~

~


passport security checkpoint metal detector X-ray machine carry-on bag baggage/luggage porter baggage/luggage cart suitcase flight information


40

cabin window seat middle seat aisle seat flight attendant tray window armrest cockpit piloVcaptain instrument panel copilot oxygen mask overhead compartmenVbin life jacket takeoff wing runway landing airplane/jet

41

tail

42

air traffic controller baggage cart control tower hangar rotor blade helicopter

21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

35 36 37

38 39

43 44 45 46 47

Where's the pilot? He's in the cockpit.

A: Where's the armrest? B: It's

.

Where's the plane? It's on the runway.

A: Where's the B: It's/He's/She's in/on the

.

Discussion ?

Would you like to work at an airport? What job(s) would you like to have? 2 Have you ever flown on a plane? Describe your flight.


2 3 4 5

6 7 8

Coast Guard boat life jacket cruise ship oil tanker ferry

sailing ship anchor cable

20 21

Have you ever been on a ferry? Yes, I have. Have you ever been on a yacht? â&#x20AC;˘,0, I haven't.

yacht deck

Discussion Which of these boats do you think is: 1 the slowest/fastest? 2 the heaviest?


1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

bank bank officer ATM credit card ATM/debit card bank teller customer cash drawer

traveler's check foreign currency checkbook bank statement withdrawal slip (personal) check stub cash dollar coin fifty-cent piece/fifty cents quarter/twenty-five cents dime/ten cents

-----_.<~.:

nickel/five cents \ penny/one cent ~- @ one/one dollar (bill)/one dollar five (dollar bill)/five dollars ten (dollar bill)/ten dollars twenty (dollar bill)/twenty dollars fifty (dollar bill)/fifty dollars one hundred (dollar bill)/one hundred dollars

Do you have change for a dollar? Sure. Here'are four quarters. Doyouhavechangefora twenty? Sure. Here are two fives and a ten.

A: Do you have change for a fivedollar bill? B: Sure. Here are " ..""""""""" .

Questions for discussion

A: Do you have change for a

2 How often do you go to the be ATM?

.., .."., .,.."."", ..,.""." ? B: Sure. Here are

.

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What kinds of bills and coins are country? ~

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c_


ANY TIME

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10

11 12

walk sign don't walk sign pedestrian bus crosswalk no parking sign security camera department store double yellow line bus stop bus shelter road sign

13 14

15 16 17 18

19 20 21

parking meter traffic traffic light street bus lane gutter curb sidewalk handrail


billboard 2 3 4 5

skyscraper high-rise building skyline sky

7

manhole manhole cover

8

bridge

9

fire hydrant

6

10

11

subway entrance

12

store/shop

13

vendor magazine stand

14

Are there trash cans on the sidewalks in your city? es, there are./No, there aren't. re there bus lanes on the streets in your city? <::s,there are./No, there aren't.

A: Are there on the sidewalks/on the streets in your city? B: Yes,there are.lNo, there aren't.

Discussion Which of these things do every day? 2 Which of these things wish your city had?

0

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

book of stamps envelope postmark airmail letter letter postcard address zip code stamp (birthday) card

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12

13 14

15 16 17

scale/meter counter postal clerk customer delivery mail/letter

carrier 18 19 20 21

What's that?

A: What's that?! What are those?

I 's a mailbox.

B: It's a(n) They're

What are those? They're stamps.

mail mail truck/van mailbag collection

Discussion .I .

How would you send these things: 1 a check to someone in another country? 2 a birthday present?


white outrM Scotchâ&#x201E;˘ tape 3 thumbtacks 4 pencil 5 eraser 6 string 7 ballpoint pen 8 colored pen 9 (pad of) paper 10 (pack of) envelopes 11 glue stick 1

2

PERIODICALS, BOOKS, He. 12 ribbon 13 bow 14 matches 15 wrapping paper 16 (roll of) film 17 street map 18 newspaper 19 coloring book 20 paperback/book 21 magazine

CONFECTIONERY 22 (box of) chocolates 23 (bag of) candy 24 (bar of) chocolate/candy bar 25 (bag of) potato chips 26 (stick of) chewing gum 27 mints 28 lollipops 29 fudge

Can I have one of those maps, please? Here you are. Can I have some of that fudge, please? Here you are.

A: Can I have one of those/some of that , please? B: Here you are.

Discussion 1 Where do you usually buy these thin~:~ 2 What magazines do you like to ree:. 3 What kind of candy do you Ii e?


1 2

3 4

5 6 7

music store video store pharmacy/drugstore optician's sporting goods store candy store toy store

mall'" bookstore card store escalator shoe store fabric store electronics store clothing store

I need a TV. Let's go to the electronics store.

A: I need some tennis balls. B: Let's go to the

I'd like some chocolate. Let's go to the candy store.

A: I needll'd like a(n)/some

Discussion: .

1 Do you like to shop? 2 Where do you usually shop for clothes? books? shoes? CDs?


1 2 3

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

police officer police station police car

fire station fire extinguisher fire hydrant fire engine hose smoke fire ladder fi refig hter

ambulance accident intravenous drip/IV oxygen mask stretcher accident victim paramedic

roadside help 21 tow truck

20

22 23 24 '" 25 26 27

calling card emergency number pay phone coin slot receiver number pad

Have you ever been in an accident?

A: Have you ever been in a(n)

Yes,I have. I was in an accident last year.

. B: Yes, I have. I was in a(n)

Have you ever been in a tow truck?

No, I haven't.

....................................... haven't.

Discussion

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1 What should you do in an erne ~E-~

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2 Would you like to be a police -:::=:" :: firefighter? a paramedic?


m 1 2 3 4

lEI 11

12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19

20 21

22 23 24

FOOTBALL football field goalpost goal line yard line

BASEBALL bat batter crowd/spectators mask home plate catcher pitcher (baseball) glove/mitt pitcher's mound base umpire stadium outfield infield


B

BASKETBALL backboard basket/hoop net basketball (basketball) court (basketball) player

1 2 3 4 5 6

m VOLLEYBALL volleyball net (volleyball) player

7 8 9

m 10 11 12 13

14 15

BOXING boxing glove boxer boxing trunks referee ropes boxing ring

m 16 17 18

Do they play football in your country? Yes,they do./No, they don't.

A: Do they play in your country? B: Yes,they do./No, they don't.

.

Is boxing popular in your country? Yes,it is./No, it isn't.

A: Is popular in your country? B: Yes, it is./No, it isn't.

HORSE RACING gate racehorse jockey

Discussion Do you play any of these sports? 2 Do you watch any of these sports on television?


m

TENNIS

(tennis) racket (tennis) ball (tennis) player baseline court net

1 2 3 4 5 6

rn

BADMINTON

(badminton) racket (badminton) player birdie/shuttlecock

7

8 9

m

PING PONG/TABLE TENNIS

(ping pong) ball paddle (ping pong) player net (ping pong) table

10 11 12 13 14

I)

BOWLING

18 19 20 21 22

pin bowler (bowling) ball gutter .â&#x20AC;˘ lane

Ii 23 24

m 15 16 17

WRESTLING

wrestler mat

MARTIAL ARTS

karate blackbelt judo

Would you like to try badminton? Yes,I would.!No, I wouldn't. Would you like to try karate? I've already tried it.

A: Would you like to try ......................................................... ? B: Yes,I would.! No, I wouldn't.! I've already tried it.

Discussion Who are some famous: 1 tennis players?

4 cyclists)

2 wrestlers?

5 golfers?

3 runners)

6 gymnasts?


B

RUNNING

2

runner Jogger

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CYCLING

1

3 4 5

R 6 7 8 9

10

helmet cyclist bicycle/bike HORSEBACK RIDING rider horse saddle stirrup reins

m GOLF 11 12 13

14 15 16

golfer (golf) club (golf) ball tee hole green

IJ ROllERBlADING 17 18 20

helmet rollerblader elbow pads in-line skate/Rollerbladesâ&#x201E;˘

II

GYMNASTICS

21 22

gymnast balance beam

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ROCK CLIMBING

23

climber harness rope

19

24 25

Did you go cycling last weekend? Yes,I did. Did you do gymnastics last weekend? , 0, I didn't.

A: Did you go . climbing/do gymnastics/play golf last weekend? B: Yes,I did.lNo, I didn't.

Discussion 1 Which of these sports need sp clothes? 2 Which of these sports

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WATER B 1

2 3 4

rn 5 6

m 7 8 9

SWIMMING

goggles swimming/bathing swimmer swimming pool

cap

SNORKELING

snorkel snorkeler SCUBA DIVING

(air) tank scuba diver mask

m

DIVING

10 11

diver diving board

I)

SURFING AND WINDSURFING

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surfer 13 surfboard 14 windsurfer 15 sailboard

21 ff

12

sail mast sailboat

II ROWING 16 17 18

oar boat rower

m FISHING 19 20 21

fisherman fishing rod (fishing) line

CANOEING

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WATER-SKIING

paddle canoeist canoe

28

water-skier water ski motorboat towrope

29 30 31


路 WINTER r.:.1 1

2

m

SPORTS

SLEDDING

sled snow SKIING

downhill skiing pole 5 (ski) boot 6 skier 7 ski 8 cross-country skiing 9 trail 10 snowboard 11 chair lift 3

4

m

SKATING

14 15 16 17 18

figure skating figure skater ice skate blade speed skating speed skater Ice

rn

BOBSLEDDING

12 13

19 20 21

helmet bobsled bobsledder

IJ 22 23

SNOWMOBILING

snowmobiler snowmobile

Discussion

What are they doing. They're downhill skiing.

A: What's he/she doing? B: He's/She's

.

What's she doing? She's figure skating.

A: What are they doing? B: They're

.

Which of these sports are popular in your country? 2 Do any famous skiers, figure skaters, or speed skaters come from your country?

12.4


1 2 3 4 5 6

rowing machine (free) weights mat treadmill exercise bike aerobics class

ACTIONS

walk kick 9 bounce 10 throw 11 catch 12 run 13 reach 14 hop 7

8

15

lift

16

kneel

17 18 19

20 21

22

A: What's he/she doing? B: He's/She's What are they doing? They're running on the treadmill.

A: What's are they doing? B: They're ,..,..,

bend over stretch do sit-ups do push-~:.:: Jump Jump ro _

Discussion .

1 Do you ever use any of this exercise equipme :-

.

2 Which of these actions do you do when you exercise?


1

2 3 4 5

concert baton conductor (symphony) orchestra audience

6 7

8 9 10 11 12

13 14

15 16 17 18

19 20 21

movie, film (movie) screen movie theater

22 23 24 25

band drummer singer/vocalist guitarist

en did you last go to the eater? ,ent two months ago. en did you last go to the _ era? :: never been.

ballet ballerina ballet dance ballet shoes opera singer orchestra pit theater spotlight aisle stage actor actress

A: When did you last go to a{n)/ the ? B: I went ago.! J've never been.

Discussion What's your favorite form of en e lG'~~=-:- do you like it? 2 Who is your favorite enterta' ,,"! , him/her? n


HOBBIES 1

coin collecting

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measuring spoons l'me3;:JrIl) spunz/15

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I October I I December I I February I

Halloween Independence Day

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2:00 a.m.

2:00 p.m.

3. Mow the lawn

4:00 a.m.

4:00 p.m.

4. Eat lunch 5. Go to sleep

,. 11 o'clock in the morning

midnight 11 o'clock in the evening


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2.3

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dry yourself

1.

_

4.

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take a shower

get dressed

2.

_

5.

_

wake up

go to work

3.

6.

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Michael Douglas

09/25/1944

994-9872

1106 Hollywood Drive, Los Angeles, CA

Actor

Male

98554

Married

American

Catherine Zeta-Jones

2 children

New Brunswick, New Jersey

1.

First name

8.

Nationality

2.

Last name

9.

Date of birth

3.

Sex

10.

Place of birth

4.

Occupation

11.

Marital status

5.

Address

12.

Husband's/wife's name

6.

Zip code

13.

Number of children

7.

Telephone number

Put the male and female equivalents in the correct column. granddaughter, sister, nephew, half-sister, father, aunt, grandmother, mother-in-law, stepfather, stepson Male

Female

widower

widow 6.

1. brother 2.

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7. father-in-law

3. uncle

8. half-brother

4. grandfather 5.

2.4

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9. grandson

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1 O. stepmother

Marital status. Write these words out correctly. 1. insleg 2. riedram 3. idwwo

4. mrreiedar _

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armchair

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dining table

headboard

Iliving room

laundry basket

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sofa/couch

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napkin spice rack

microwave

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2.

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3.

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8. We wash the dishes in the

4.

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5.

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closet

toilet

armchair

lawn

freezer

dressing table

toothbrush

razor

shed

dishwasher

alarm clock

tile

magazine rack

bush

sink

bath tub

mirror

sofa

swing

fridge

lamp

quilt

bookcase

crib

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mattress

sink

coffee table

fence hedge

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2.

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2. nurse

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a meeting

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4.3

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6. 5.3

5.4

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eyelashes and thick are small too, He has a

7.

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nose,

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8.

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9.

10.

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2. dark hair

3. heavy

4. straight hair

5. short hair

a) thin

b) long hair

c) short

d) blond hair

e) curly hair

Put these words in the correct box according to where they are on our bodies. thigh, nose, wrist, hip, waist, palm, ankle, calf, knee, elbow, stomach, ears, forehead, kneecap, cheek, fingers, thumb, back, mouth, lips


WAITER

Hello, sir. What would you like to eat?

CUSTOMER

For an appetizer I would like

WAITER

And for the main course?

CUSTOMER

I would like

WAITER

Would you like dessert?

CUSTOMER Yes. Can I have

_

WAITER and

please?

And to drink?

CUSTOMER I would like

_

chicken, orange juice, pepper, oil, bacon, ground beef, pork chops, sugar, cereal, vinegar, shrimp, liver, salt, pasta, rice, lobster, crab, cookies, beer, mineral water

6.3

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3, You can leave your bags in a

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4, You wait for a bus at the

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trunk

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Missing letter t

Word

Word

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7. p-ssport

2. b-lIhop

5. su-tcase

8. -uggage cart

3, baggage claim a-ea

6. boardi-g pass

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1. -icket

sedan, yacht, hatchback, cabin cruiser, rowboat, four-wheel drive, helicopter, convertible, oil tanker, cruise ship, station wagon, ferry, jet plane

_


1.

optician's

a) stamp

2.

pharmacy

b) radio

3. candystore

c) medicine

4.

sports store

d) sunglasses

5.

music store

e) tennis racket

6.

electronics store

f) ( D or cassette tape

7.

post office

g) chocolate bar

letter, address, envelope, postmark, zip code, postcard, stamp


EXERCISES 9 SPORTS 9.1

Match the words to their sports type. speed skating

basketball

I water sports I I individual sports I

surfing sailing

baseball downhill skiing

winter sports

golf tennis

I

team sports

rowing

I

figure skating

football

9.2

diving

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3.

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4.

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5.

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6.

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7.

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pier

swimsuit

surfboard

cooler

float

seashell

beach towel

wave

sea

shovel

bucket

sunglasses

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potter's wheel

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c

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3. botanical garden

2. ballet

4. theater

10.6 Cross out the instrument that doesn't belong in the group.

5. craft fair 6. concert

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Strings

Woodwind

Brass

piano guitar violin drum double bass

flute clarinet saxophone recorder cymbal

trombone saxophone French horn trumpet tuba


11.1 Circle the animals that are kept in a cage. gerbil

tropical fish

cat

parakeet

hamster

dog

goldfish

guinea pig

kitten

a. calf

b. foal

c. gosling

d. chick

e. piglet

1. horse

_

2. goose

_

3. sheep

_

4. pig

_

5. cow

f. Iamb

g. kid

_

1. el_phant

6. _onkey

2. g_raffe

7. ceetah

3. ze_ra

8.II_ma

4. tige_

9.li_ard

5. ka_garoo

10. racco_n

11.4 Put the animals into the correct category. chipmunk, shrimp, wasp, flamingo, skunk, mosquito, bass, eagle, ostrich, swan, trout, mole, walrus, bluejay, ant, lobster, groundhog, fly, dolphin, octopus, shark


EXERCISES 12 TH E ENVIRONMENT 12.1 Write the weather for each of these places. Example:

In San Francisco,

D.c., it is

1. In Washington 2. In Miami,

it is foggy.

it is

3. In Los Angeles,

it is

4. In New York, it is

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from the nearest to the furthest from the sun. Mercury

Saturn

Pluto

1.

4.

7.

Earth

Venus

Neptune

2.

5.

8.

Jupiter

Mars

Uranus

3.

6.

9.


1 NUMBERS, TIME, HO IDAYS 1.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

first second third fourth fifth

1.2 Oval egg watermelon Circle clock plate tire baseball

Rectangle flag door calculator

1.4 7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. noon 11 o'clock in the evening

2 PEOPLE 2.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12. 13.

wake up get up take a shower dry yourself get dressed go to work Douglas Michael Male Actor 1106 Hollywood Drive, Los Angeles, CA 98554 994-9872 American 09/25/1944 New Brunswick, New Jersey Married Catherine Zeta-Jones 2 children

2.3 1. sister 2. father

aunt grandmother nephew stepson mother-in-law half-sister granddaughter stepfather

2.4

1.3 Father's Day - June Thanksgiving - November Valentine's Day - February Christmas - December Memorial Day - May Halloween - October Independence Day - July 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

single married widow remarried divorced

3 HOUSING 3.1 Kitchen oven microwave spice rack Bathroom laundry basket toilet Dining Room chandelier napkin Living Room armchair coffee table sofa/couch Bedroom headboard quilt dresser 3.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Bedroom/bathtub Bathroom/quilt Living room/razor Yard/crib

3.4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

4 WORK 4.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 8. 9.

office hospital school university court studio bank kitchen restaurant

6.1 Hello, sir. What would you like to eat? For an appetizer I would like shrimp cocktail. And for the main course? I would like roast beef and a baked potato. Would you like dessert? Yes. Can I have apple pie please? And to drink? I would like bottled water.

4.2 conduct a meeting file papers send a fax sign a letter photocopy a letter send an e-mail 4.3 pencil holder 4 in box 8 paper clip 12 out box 9 white outâ&#x201E;˘ 11 Rolodex 6 PC 1 tape 10 telephone 5 lamp 2 desk calendar 3 desk 7

fork spoon wine glass plate napkin knife tablespoon salt

5.1 This man has short black hair. He has big eyes and a long nose. He has long eyelashes and thick eyebrows. His mouth is small and his ears are small too. He has a long beard and a mustache. 5.2 1. 2 3. 4. 5

to to to to to

frown sing hug push pull

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

to to to to to

sit talk wave cry shake hands

5.3 1c, 2d, 3a, 4e, 5b

5.4 Head/Face nose ears forehead cheek mouth lips

Body waist stomach back

6 FOOD

5 THE BODY bedroom dining room bathroom yard bathroom kitchen yard kitchen bedroom

D 1. 2. 3. 4.

Arm/Hand wrist palm elbow fingers thumb

9. pepper 10. teaspoon

leg thigh hip ankle calf knee kneecap

6.2 Meat Drinks orange juice chicken beer bacon ground beef mineral water pork chops liver Fish and seafood shrimp lobster crab Dry goods and condiments pepper oil sugar cereal vinegar salt pasta rice cookies 6.3 Across DOUGHNUT SOUP NAPKIN HAMBURGER Down ICE CREAM PIZZA TACO Diagonal SODA CHIPS

7 TRANSPORT 7.1 1. track 2. platform 3. luggage compartment


4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

bus stop timetable passenger engine train station

7.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

gas cap roof rack side mirror tire bumper trunk door exhaust pipe hood headlight

7.3 1. ticket 2. bellhop 3. baggage claim area 4. customs 5. suitcase 6. boarding pass 7. passport 8. luggage cart Spells the word: t-e-r-m-i-n-a-I 7.4 Air helicopter jet plane

Sea yacht cabin cruiser rowboat oil tanker cruise ship ferry

9 SPORTS 9.1 Water sports

surfing sailing rowing diving Individual

sports

golf tennis Winter sports

speed skating downhill skiing figure skating

9.2 Across

MID BASE UMPIRE OUTFIELD

Diagonal

CATCHER

Fire station

fire hydrant ladder hose smoke fire extinguisher

Phone booth

postmark letter zip code address envelope postcard stamp

STADIUM PITCHER INFIELD

7.1

service

9.3 ,,2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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8 COMMUNITY

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land

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8.2 1d, 2(, 3g, 4e, 5f, 6b, 7 a

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sedan hatchback four-wheel drive convertible station wagon

stretcher drip ambulance oxygen mask paramedic

phonecard receiver

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10 ENTERTAINMENT 10.1 photography/camera knitting/knitting needles pottery/potter's wheel

surfboard, float, beach towel, bucket, swimsuit, cooler, shovel sunglasses Things you find ...

pier, sea, seashell, wave 10.3 1. backpack 2. path 3. fisherman 4. signpost 5. campsite 6 hiking 7. sleeping bag Spells the word: c-a-m-p-i-n-g 10.4 1. chess 2. dice 3. computer games 4. backgammon 5. checkers 6. cards 10.5 1g, 2b, 3d, 4a, 5f, 6c, 7 e 10.6 Strings - drum Woodwind- cymbal Brass- saxophone

11 ANIMALS 11.1 Animals that are kept in a cage:路. gerbil parakeet hamster guinea pig 11.2 1b, 2c, 3f, 4e, 5a, 6g 11.3 1. elephant 2. giraffe 3. zebra 4. tiger 5. kangaroo 6. monkey 7. cheetah 8. llama 9. lizard 10. raccoon 11.4 birds

flamingo eagle

ostrich swan bluejay sea animals

shrimp walrus lobster dolphin octopus insects

wasp mosquito ant fly fish

bass trout shark small animals

chipmunk skunk mole groundhog

12 ENVIRONMENT 12.1 1. In Washington D.C., it is cloudy and rainy. 2. In Miami, it is cloudy. 3. In Los Angeles, it is sunny. 4. In New York, it is cloudy and snowy. 12.2 Across

WATERFALL(9) CAVE (2) DESERT(4) TREE(1) Down

BEACH (10) MEADOW (5) POND (11) Diagonal

HILL (12) DAM (3) LAKE (8) MOUNTAIN (7) PEAK (6) VALLEY (13) 12.3 1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Earth 4. Mars 5. Jupiter 6. Saturn 7. Uranus 8. Neptune 9. Pluto


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Lon.gman Photo Dictionary of American English CD 2

CD 1 Numbers, time, holidays, etc. 2. Numbers 3. Shapes 4. Calendar and Holidays 5. Time 6. The United States

2:04 2:06 1:32 1:54 2:21

People 7. Personal Data 8. The Family 9. Daily Routine/Home

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Activities

Housing 10. Places to live: Apartments and Houses 11. The Kitchen 12. Kitchen Equipment 13. The Bathroom 14. The Bedroom 15. The Living Room 16. The Dining Room 17. The Nursery and Baby Accessories 18. The Utility Room 19. The Yard and Garden 20. Gardening 21. Floor Plan of a House

1:52 1:13 1:51 1:40 1:26 1:21 1:29 1:12 1:10 1:05 1:19 0:55

Work/Occupations 22. At Home/Housework 23. Getting a Job . Jobs 1 25. Jobs 2 6. Jobs 3 . The Office 28. Office Activities 9. In a Workshop 3 . In a Factory 3 . On a Construction Site 3 . otel n. Dealing with Crime

1:18 0:30 1: 11 0:51 1:04 1:31 0:53 1:25 0:59 1:26 1:10 0:59

~e Body .>:. arts of the Body 1 arts of the Body 2 ysical Descriptions ert-, of Movement 1 erbs of Movement 2 :. -he Hairdresser's and the Beauty Salon rr>'tyling, Make-up, and Manicure

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Food 1. Vegetables 2. Fruit 3. At the Supermarket 1 4. At the Supermarket 2 5. Supermarket Counters 6. At the Restaurant 7. Fast Food and Snacks 8. Containers and Quantities 9. Cooking 10. Breakfast

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Transportation 11. Public Transportation 12. Private Transportation 1 13. Private Transportation 2 14. The Road/Road Signs 1 15. The Road/Road Signs 2 16. At the Airport 17. Water Transportation

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Community 18. Money 19. The City/City Life 1 20. The City/City Life 2 21. At the Post Office 22. At the Drugstore 23. At the Mall 24. Emergencies

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Sports 25. Team and Spectator 26. leam and Spectator 27. Individual Sports 1 28. Individual Sports 2 29. Water Sports 30. Winter Sports 31. At the Gym

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Sports 1 Sports 2

Recreation 32. Entertainment 33. Hobbies and Games 1 34. Hobbies and Games 2 35. Musical Instruments 36. At the Beach 37. In the Country 38. Places to Visit

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Animals/Pets 39. Pets 40. Farm Animals 41. Wild Animals 42. Fish and Sea Animals 43. Birds 44. Insects and Small Animals

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The Environment 45. Landscape Features 46. Seasons and Weather 47. Space

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Computers, Home and Office Electronics 48. Computers and Software 49. Home Electronics and Telecommunications 50. Home Electronics and Telecommunications Expressing Oneself 51. Adjectives 1 52. Adjectives 2 53. Prepositions 1 54. Prepositions 2

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