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Contents Starting Point

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Are You Online? I’m Listening to Music.

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page 14

Stop and Check 1 (Units 1 & 2) Project: Creating a Mini Blog

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Is It Raining? I Love Mysteries!

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Stop and Check 2 (Units 3 & 4) Project: Brazilian Painters

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Do You Like Animals? I Love Geography!

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Stop and Check 3 (Units 5 & 6) Project: Anonymous Heroes

page 58

Song: “Hero” (Mariah Carey)

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Be Good. Feel Good. page 60

New Careers page 68

Stop and Check 4 (Units 7 & 8) Project: The Weekly Values Program

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Track List

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Workbook

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Grammar Reference

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What’s Next? Happy Birthday to You!

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page 86

Stop and Check 5 (Units 9 & 10)

page 94

Project: Yummy! It’s Delicious!

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Whose Dress Is This? What Can They Do?

page 96

page 104

Stop and Check 6 (Units 11 & 12) Project: Advertising a Product

page 112

Song: “Firework” (Katy Perry)

Grammar Reference Answer Key

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Cross Curricular Project: Yellowstone National Park

page 156

Glossary

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New Careers STARTER

Rory and Scott are playing a video game and talking about how games are designed. Listen to their conversation. Then circle the profession not mentioned. game designer

game player

game illustrator

game programmer

Rory: Scott, your new video game is awesome! I love 3D graphics. Scott: You know, I’m thinking about being a game designer. Rory: Are you sure? You’ll have to study a lot of Math and Physics. Scott: No problem. I’m good with numbers. What do you like best: designing, Rory: Scott: Rory: Scott:

2

programming or illustrating? Programming, no doubt. I want to be a game programmer. That’s cool. My sister is interested in 3D graphics too. Really? Does Jessica want to be a game programmer too? No, she loves drawing. I think she wants to be a game illustrator.

Look, listen and repeat.

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S D A D E T N A W environmental engineer

web designer

t personal stylis r

personal traine

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3

What do they do? Match the columns.

a

An environmental engineer

b A personal trainer c

A web designer

d A personal stylist

4

(

) helps people get in good physical condition.

(

) creates web pages according to the client’s needs.

(

) studies ways to improve the environment.

(

) helps people use the right clothes, make-up and haircut.

Practice the dialogue below with a classmate. Ask questions about jobs. Use the vocabulary in exercise 2 and a dictionary if necessary. A: What does your father do?

A: What does your mother do?

B: My father is a web designer.

B: My mother is a personal trainer.

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WORDS IN ACTION 1

Look, listen and repeat.

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a

b

office

c

laboratory

d

photo studio

e

factory

f

company

g

courthouse

h

fitness center

2

warehouse

Use the words above to complete the sentences below.

a

A lawyer works in an

and defends clients in a

b Scientists do research for new medicine in a c

. .

.

Personal trainers can work at home or in a

d Photographers take pictures and develop them in their e

A web designer often works at a computer

f

I live near a

g Supermarkets usually have big

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. .

that produces shoes. to store their products.

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LANGUAGE PRACTICE

Simple Present A: Do you work in a laboratory? B: Yes, I do. I’m a scientist.

Present Continuous A:  What are you doing, Tom? B:  I’m creating a new website.

1

Look at two pictures of the Lawson family. What do they usually do? What are they doing now? Complete the sentences. The first one is done for you.

typical night at the Lawson home – 7:00 p.m.

now at the Lawson home – 7:00 p.m.

Typical night at the Lawson

Now at the Lawson

Mr. Lawson usually sets the table.

Mr. Lawson is watching TV.

Mrs. Lawson

Mrs. Lawson

Debbie

Debbie

Leon

Leon

Skipper

Skipper

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2

Write sentences using the words in parentheses. The first one is done for you.

a (Harry / photographer / take pictures now / shop)

Harry is a photographer. He isn’t taking pictures now. He is shopping.

b (Simone / journalist / write articles now / jog)

c (Steve / engineer / work in his office now / paint his house)

d (Tom / doctor / treat his patients now / have lunch)

e (Marcy / fashion designer / design clothes now / buy flowers)

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SKILLS WORK

Listening 35

Bob is about to play a video game with Jeff, but he is looking for something inside his backpack. Listen to their conversation and check the correct answers.

1

Bob is looking for his: a(

2

) video game joystick.

) playing his new game.

b(

) seeing an action movie.

What does Jeff like about his new game? a(

4

b(

Jeff is excited about: a(

3

) soccer ball.

) The 3D graphics.

b(

) The sound effects.

Bob thinks that the person who makes the games is: a(

) a scientist.

b(

) a game designer.

Speaking Talk to a classmate about the professions in the box. Choose at least three jobs and describe them. Your classmate has to guess what jobs they are. Use the sentences below as models. environmental engineer game designer journalist lawyer social worker teacher web designer personal trainer A: Jimmy helps people to exercise.

A: Patrick studies pollution levels.

B: He is a personal trainer.

B: He is an environmental engineer.

A: Mary defends clients in the courthouse.

A: Edward writes articles for newspapers.

B: She is a lawyer.

B: He is a journalist.

A: Mike creates websites for companies. B: He is a web designer. Unit 8

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Reading

Open Your Mind

Read the article quickly and answer.

Com o avanço da tecnologia, estão surgindo muitas profissões novas. Você sabe citar algumas delas?

Que outras profissões você acredita que poderão surgir nos próximos 5 anos?

The competition for a job as video game tester is:

a

(

b (

) very small. ) phenomenal.

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Entry Level

Video Game Tester Jobs

Video game testers have an enviable job: they get to play all the newest games, reporting bugs and software problems before the game is offered to consumers. But finding such a job is not as straightforward as it seems. The competition for video game testers is phenomenal, as gamers all over the world strive for the same position. […]

Benefits There are some obvious benefits to being a video game tester. Of course there is the pay, which is incredibly competitive considering the fun factor of the job. Second, some games give testers credit at the end of the game, adding to the allure for those seeking permanent recognition. Finally, video game testers not only get to play the newest games before the public has even heard of them, they also get a copy of the final version. […] GLOSSARY

Extracted from <www.ehow.com>. Accessed on February 25, 2011.

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allure atração as straightforward as tão simples quanto consumers consumidores enviable invejável

pay salário recognition reconhecimento seeking procurando strive esforçam-se the newest os mais novos

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Read the article on page 74 and choose the correct option for the sentences. Use a dictionary to help you.

1

People often a(

2

video games testers.

) care about

b(

) envy

b(

) play the games just to check if

Game testers: a(

) check if the games work well before they are sold.

3

According to the text, testing games is a(

4

they are fun.

) boring

. b(

) fun

Finding a game tester job is a(

) hard

. b(

) easy

Writing You are applying to be a volunteer as a game tester in a company near your house. Before you start an interview, the program manager asks you to complete the form below. Answer the questions. Then talk to a classmate.

VOLUNTEER

PROGRAM

r name? ✔ W hat’s you ✔ How old ar

e you?

deo ga do you play vi en ft o w o H ✔

mes?

like? games do you eo d vi f o d in ✔ W hat k (

) action

(

) simulation

(

) strateg y

(

) sports

(

) role–playing

games

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STOP AND CHECK 4 (Units 7 & 8) 1

Read the sentences and circle the correct words.

a

James is crying because his dog is very sick. He is sad / happy.

b Catherine is always yelling at her friends. She is so nice / rude! c

Daniel’s kids sleep late every night. They are always worried / tired.

d Nothing can annoy Cameron today. She is so calm / nervous. e

2

Michael loves working with the elderly. He is very rude / friendly.

Joey has a part-time volunteer job at a nursing home near his house. He volunteers there from Monday to Friday. Look at the chart to find out what he does and answer the questions. READ BOOKS AND MAGAZINES

TEACH THE ELDERLY TO USE THE COMPUTER

Monday Tuesday

HELP IN THE KITCHEN

TAKE THE ELDERLY FOR WALKS

Wednesday

✔ ✔

Thursday

Friday

How often does Joey…

a

teach the elderly to use the computer?

b help in the kitchen?

3

c

take the elderly for walks?

d read books and magazines?

Read the sentences. Underline the correct verb form.

a

Daniel plays / is playing soccer for the school team this year.

b James is on the phone. He talks / is talking to Martha. c

I usually have / am having breakfast at 7:00 a.m.

d Does she buy / Is she buying a gift for her father now? e

Tina is in the kitchen. She makes / is making dinner at the moment.

f

I leave / am leaving for work at 8:15 a.m.

g Where does she go / is she going on Saturdays? h They don’t have lunch / aren’t having lunch at home on Sundays.

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4

Mike is describing his daily routine. Complete the sentences using the expressions in the box. The first one is done for you. have an apple and a banana leave for work at 8:00 a.m. have dinner at Peter’s house help my mom with the household chores go hiking with Sarah go to bed at 11:30 p.m.

a

I usually go to work at 7:00 a.m., but today

I’m leaving for work at 8:00 a.m.

b I always have cereal for breakfast, but today .

c

I always play soccer on Saturdays, but this Saturday .

d I always have dinner at home, but this Sunday .

e

I go to bed at 10:00 p.m. every night, but tonight .

f

I usually do my homework in the afternoon, but this afternoon .

Project The Weekly Values Program Human values determine who you are and how you relate to people. It’s very important to practice them every day. 1

In small groups, design a weekly calendar. Write the days of the week and the corresponding dates.

2

Choose one value for each day.

Examples: kindness, courtesy, helpfulness, politeness, punctuality, respect, goodness, patience, forgiveness, loyalty, cooperation, responsibility. 3

Write suggestions of actions you can do to demonstrate this value.

4

Display the calendars on the classroom wall.

5

Create Value Tickets to award your classmates every time they behave well.

6

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TRACK

PAGE

TRACK LIST

1

CONTENT Introduction

2

4

3

6

Starting Point Unit 1

Starter – Ex. 1

4

6

Unit 1

Starter – Ex. 2

5

8

Unit 1

Words in Action

6

11

Unit 1

Listening

7

12

Unit 1

Reading

8

14

Unit 2

Starter – Ex. 1

9

14

Unit 2

Starter – Ex. 2

10

16

Unit 2

Words in Action – Ex. 1

11

19

Unit 2

Listening

12

20

Unit 2

Reading

13

24

Unit 3

Starter – Ex. 1

14

24

Unit 3

Starter – Ex. 2

15

26

Unit 3

Words in Action – Ex. 1

16

29

Unit 3

Listening

17

30

Unit 3

Reading

18

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Unit 4

Starter – Ex. 1

19

34

Unit 4

Words in Action

20

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Unit 4

Listening

21

42

Unit 5

Starter – Ex. 1

22

42

Unit 5

Starter – Ex. 2

23

44

Unit 5

Words in Action – Ex. 1

24

47

Unit 5

Listening

25

50

Unit 6

Starter – Ex. 1

26

50

Unit 6

Starter – Ex. 2

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Unit 6

Words in Action

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Unit 6

Listening

29

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Unit 6

Reading

30

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Unit 7

Words in Action

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Unit 7

Listening

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Unit 8

Starter – Ex. 1

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68

Unit 8

Starter – Ex. 2

34

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Unit 8

Words in Action – Ex. 1

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Unit 8

Listening

36

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Unit 8

Reading

37

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Unit 9

Starter – Ex. 1

38

78

Unit 9

Starter – Ex. 2

39

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Unit 9

Words in Action

40

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Unit 9

Listening

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Unit 9

Reading

42

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Unit 10

Starter – Ex. 1

43

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Unit 10

Starter – Ex. 2

44

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Unit 10

Words in Action – Ex. 1

45

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Unit 10

Listening

46

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Unit 10

Reading

47

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Unit 11

Starter – Ex. 1

48

96

Unit 11

Starter – Ex. 2

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Unit 11

Words in Action – Ex. 1

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Unit 11

Listening

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Unit 12

Starter – Ex. 1

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Unit 12

Words in Action

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Unit 12

Listening

54

110

Unit 12

Reading

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Unit 8 1

Look at the pictures below. Write sentences about what these people do and where they work. The first one is done for you.

a

Catherine is a

b

lawyer. She works in an office.

Carl is .

Lisa is

David is .

.

e Solange is .

2

WORKBOOK

d

c

Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.

Stewart: Hi, Mr. Crawford. Is Bart in? Mr. Crawford: Yes, he’s in his bedroom. He (get) ready to exercise. Stewart: Again? Mr. Crawford: Yes, he (exercise) every day. He (want) to get in good shape. Stewart: OK. What about Jessie? (she – play) basketball at the community center? Mr. Crawford: Yes, she is. She always (play) basketball on Friday afternoons. Stewart: What time home? (she – come) Mr. Crawford: At 6:30. Then we (have) dinner at home. We (not – like) to go out on Friday nights. Would you like to join us? Stewart: Sure. Thanks. 129

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3

Read about the top ten most popular careers and find the information in the text. Use the dictionary if necessary.

[…] Here are the top ten most popular careers for 2011 in the U.S., Canada and the UK. The number of people entering employment in these areas is predicted to rise faster than in other career areas over the next five years.

U.S. Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2011

• network systems analysts • physician’s assistants • medical assistants • medical records and health information technicians • software engineers

• physical therapist aides • fitness trainers • database administrators • veterinary technicians • dental hygienists

Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2011 in Canada • in-home nurses • nurse practitioners • programmer analysts • physician and surgeons • teachers, special education

• pharmacists • psychiatrists • radiological technicians • registered nurses • physiotherapists

Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2011 in the UK

WORKBOOK

• data communications analysts • marketing officers • software engineer • medical administrators • community nurses

• advertising agency account executives • customer service assistants • information officers • administrators • engineers

Extracted from <www.alec.co.uk>. Acessed on March 4, 2011.

GLOSSARY

account executives executivos de contas customer service atendimento ao cliente database administrators administradores de banco de dados dental hygienists auxiliares de dentista marketing officers assistentes de marketing network systems sistemas de rede

a

List the top profession in the three

nurse enfermeiro(a) physical therapist aides auxiliares de fisioterapia physician’s assistants assistentes de médico(a) psychiatrists psiquiatras radiological technicians técnicos(as) de radiologia surgeons cirurgiões(ãs)

b Write the last profession in the three

countries:

countries:

U.S.:

U.S.:

Canada:

Canada:

UK:

UK:

c

Can you find some of the same professions on the three lists?

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Present Continuous (Units 2 & 3) Negative

I am (I’m) studying English. You are (You’re) writing a letter. He is (He’s) reading a magazine. She is (She’s) talking to the teacher.

I am not (I’m not) studying English. You are not (aren’t) writing a letter. He is not (isn’t) reading a magazine. She is not (isn’t) talking to the teacher.

It is (It’s) raining.

It is not (isn’t) raining.

Is it raining?

We are (We’re) working on a project. They are (They’re) playing soccer.

We are not (aren’t) working on a project. They are not (aren’t) playing soccer.

Are we working on a project?

1

Interrogative Am I studying English? Are you writing a letter? Is he reading a magazine? Is she talking to the teacher?

Are they playing soccer?

Short Answers Yes, you are. No, you aren’t. Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Yes, he is. No, he isn’t. Yes, she is. No, she isn’t. Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. Yes, you are. No, you aren’t. Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.

Read the sentences and decide what people are doing. Choose the best alternative.

1.1 Carol is sitting in front of her computer. a(

) She is talking on the phone.

b(

) She is sending emails.

1.2 Mark is in his bedroom. a(

) He’s taking a shower.

b(

) He’s reading a magazine.

1.3 My grandparents are in the living room. a(

) They are cooking.

b(

) They are watching TV.

1.4 My father and I are on the court. We have a ball.

2

a(

) We’re playing basketball.

b(

) We’re listening to music.

GRAMMAR REFERENCE

Affirmative

Number the sentences to form a dialogue. The first one is done for you. (

) What are you doing?

(

) Jason. He’s at school, finishing our project. Sorry, but I can’t talk to you now. Bye!

(

1

) Hi, Carlos. It’s Daniel. Where are you?

(

) Oh! Who are you chatting with?

(

) Hi, Daniel. I’m at home.

(

) I’m surfing the internet and chatting online.

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The park, inaugurated on March 1, 1872, is an active volcano. Its total area is 898,317 hectares. It’s the world first national park. Nearly 3 million people visit the park every year. It is a designated World Heritage Site. Yogi Bear was created in 1958 and his character was inspired by a real bear from Yellowstone Park. This bear really liked to steal picnic baskets.

BROWN BEAR Brown bears have a distinctive shoulder hump. The female bear hibernates all winter long.

BLACK BEAR Black bears sleep all winter long, but they can wake up if in danger. They can sleep while hibernating for as long as 100 days without food or drink.

BROWN BEARS (Grizzly)

BLACK BEARS

• 300-600 bears live in Yellowstone Park

• 500-650 bears live in Yellowstone Park

• Lifespan 12 to 20 years

• Lifespan 15 to 20 years

• Weight from 136 to 371 kg

• Weight from 95 to 143 kg

• Eat berries, roots, grasses, insects and fish.

• Eat plants, fruits, nuts, insects, honey and salmon.

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HOT SPRING

There are over 300 geysers in the park. The most famous is “Old Faithful”. It erupts and ejects water every 35 to 120 minutes, and this lasts for 1 ½ to 5 minutes every time.

Black bears usually live in forests. They are good swimmers and they like to roll in the mud. If in danger, the cubs climb tree.

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A a few  alguns, algumas a little  um pouco a lot of  muito(s), muita(s) a pair of  um par de abbreviation  abreviação access  acessar accomplishment  realização

GLOSSARY

according to  de acordo com

almost  quase

at home  em casa

alone  só, sozinho(a)

at night  à noite

amazing  incrível

at the moment  neste momento; no momento

amount  quantidade amusement park  parque de diversões and so on  e assim por diante angry  com raiva; zangado(a)

annoy  irritar

across  através de; (na) horizontal act  atuar

answer  atender; responder

action  ação

anyhow  de qualquer forma

active  ativo(a)

anywhere  em qualquer lugar

advantage  vantagem adventure  aventura advertisement  anúncio, propaganda advertising  publicidade, propaganda after that  depois disso age  idade agree  concordar all over the world  de/em todas as partes do mundo

avocado  abacate avoid  evitar award  premiar; prêmio awesome  maravilhoso(a), fantástico(a)

animation  animação

annual  anual

add  acrescentar

author  autor(a)

annually  anualmente

app (application)  aplicativo apple  maçã Are you sure?  Você tem certeza? around the world  ao redor do mundo arrive  chegar Art  Arte (disciplina) art gallery  galeria de arte as many words as  tantas palavras quanto

B bag  bolsa balloon  balão band  banda bank account  conta bancária basket  cesta Bastille Day  Dia da Bastilha bath  banho (de banheira) Be careful.  Seja cuidadoso(a).; Tenha cuidado. bear  urso because of  devido a, por causa de bed  cama beet  beterraba before  antes

ask  pedir; perguntar

begin  começar behave  comportar-se

alligator  jacaré

assistance  assistência, ajuda

allow  permitir

at a time  de cada vez

belong to  pertencer a

all the time  o tempo todo

believe  acreditar, crer

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