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Thematic Framework

Challenging

Empowering


Contents

Part 1

Building Your Vocabulary

Unit1

Say it d ifferently

Unit2 Unit3

Unit4

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Unit5

Unit6 Unit7

Unit8

Unit9

Unit10

Unit11

Unit12 Unit13

Unit14

Unit15

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Unit18 Unit19

Unit20 Unit21

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Unit26

Unit27

Unit28 Unit29

Unit30 Unit31

Unit32

Unit33

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Unit36 Unit37

Unit38 Unit39

Unit40 Unit41

Unit42

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Words replacing 'say'

Office personal ities

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Adjectives describing character

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Synonyms of 'cut'

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Synonyms of 'short'

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It's in the attitude

Words showing the way we look at things

Off with her head! Short and sweet

Light-hearted and fancy-free Game of love

Compound adjectives

Words related to romance

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Haul someone over the coals

Synonyms of 'scold'

Ready to wear

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Clothing words

Opposites do not attract

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Things that go bump in the night Get around to doing away with

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Malapropisms

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Compound nouns

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Words describing brief moments of time

Words describing shapes

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Words describing vast expanses of time

Pick and choose

Definitions of language terms

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Long words

No guts, no glory

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Short (three-letter) words

Synonyms of 'courageous'

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The human condition

Adjectives describing the human condition

A pearl of great price

Words describing gems

Of gods and heroes

Words derived from Greek and Roman mythology

Very well done indeed Murder most foul It takes two

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Words describing the environment

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What a poltroon would say of himself ... Synonyms of 'timid' Synonyms of 'beauty'

Now tel l it like it is

Dysphemisms

Ahead of the pack

Idiomatic expressions describing people

Less is more

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Words found in crime fiction

Making it less unpleasant, in other words

A beautiful life

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Portmanteau words

It's al l in the list

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Idiomatic expressions with 'and'/'or'

... and the short of it

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Synonyms of 'criticise'

Language oddities

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Words embracing 'ordinary'

Time i mmemorial

The long ...

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Words describing hairstyles

Tongue-lashing

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Synonyms of 'good' and 'bad'

Breakthroughs and breakouts

Shape up!

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Words describing the supernatural Phrasal verbs

. . . and the ugly Synonyms of 'ugly'

Keep it simple

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Colour words

For the time being

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I n living colour

Oops! I meant to say ...

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Unusual collective nouns

The good, the bad ...

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Adjectives describing character

Animals unite!

Hats off to hair

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Here's to your health A fanciful mind

Positive and negative word connotations

Comings and goings Sniff it out

Words describing smells

TLAs with TLC

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Music to my ears

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Unit51 Unit52

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Unit56 Unit57

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Face off

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Words found in science fiction

Acronyms and abbreviations

Adjectives and idioms related to parts of the face

Words derived from names of people

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Words derived from names ofpeople

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A global language A piece of cake

Idioms related to food

What a character! Dining in style

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Words derived from other languages

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Sounds like. ..

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Adjectives derived from object words

Onomatopoeia

Shine on ... cascade down

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Words describing ligh t and water

British or American?

Speak up ... pipe down Feel the touch Which is it?

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UK and US word usage Janus words

Easily confused words

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Words come in famil ies (2)

Root words

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Words that paint pictures (2)

Metaphors

Words that paint pictures (3) Personification

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Part2

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Unit79 Unit SO Unit81

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Unit SS

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Root words Similes

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Words come in families (1 )

Words that paint pictures (1 )

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Words describing pleasant and unpleasan t sounds

Words related to sense of touch

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Walk on by Synonyms of ' walk'

A go lden opportunity

Words we love to hate

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Words derived from names of fictional characters

Words of Italian origin related to food

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What's in a name? (2)

Toponyms

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What's in a name? (1 )

Words related to food

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Words related to music and musical instruments

Eat, drink and be merry

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A place to call you r own

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Event-related words: 'cataclysm; 'scourge' and more

Visions of the future

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Words describing medical conditions

A list of '-ists'

Nouns ending in '-ist'

Nothing to fear but fear itself And the new word is ... Who am I?

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Newly coined words

Tackling the Vocabulary Q uestion i n the GCE 'O' Level English Language Paper2 Inferring Word Meanings from Context

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Defi nition and restatement

Exa m ple

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Phobia words

Names ending in '-ist'

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Logic

Four-letter words

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Hot off the press!

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Living it up

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Unit86 Unit87

Toughing it out

Unit89

All that noise

Unit88

Z-words

Unit90

French words and phrases

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Latin words and phrases

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Unit93

Unit96

Ten verbs to know

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Unit 100 Unit 101

Unit 102

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Ten adjectives to know Ten adverbs to know

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Italian words and phrases

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Stop the pain

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Ten nouns to know Ten GCE 'O' level words you should know (1)

Ten GCE 'O' level words you should know (2)

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Analysing Word Parts to Determine Meaning

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Prefixes

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Root words

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Suffixes

When One Word Will Not Do

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Using '-ing' phrase to explain meaning

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Unit 103

'The state of'/'The quality of'

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Part3

GCE 'O' Level Words You Should Know

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Answers

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'Say' is a boring word if you use it all the time. So, before you use the word, pause and ask you rself whether another word ca n do a better job i n conveying the tone or disposition of the speaker. Choose the correct word to fill in each bla n k. Remember to use the correct form of the word.

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'Let me go!' the human rig hts worker behind her back to subdue her.

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'I say we allocate $2 million for the project: the d irector. 'That's too m uch;

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'Please, return us o u r hard-earned money; the i nvestors

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'It was not a good policy; the minister

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'I wou ld rather resign than be coerced to com mit a commercial crime; he boss persuaded him to join the scam.

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'My actions were sanctioned by the prime minister himself; the colonel questioned relentlessly whether what he had done might be deemed criminally neg l igent.

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'The death tol l is 91, and not 1 02, as you said; the war minister

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'You're fit to resume d uties; the doctor

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'Let's ta ke a rest here before we proceed; the g uide who were worn out from the wal k.

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1 4. 'Pu blic fu nds should be channel led to saving lives and not wasted on space exploration; he throug hout his speech, to much applause. 1 5. 'That's not a good idea; he said. 'Well, do you have a better one?' she

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1 8. 'No, that's not what I was told to do; he

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1 9. 'We must never - never - ignore the poor; he

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2 1 . 'Sir, is it true that the government wil l hold its election this year?' 'Yes; the minister ________

22. 'We have two serious health problems in the cou ntry. One is obesity and the other is inactivity; Dr John Bale. ______

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Voca l Conveya n ce

to accept, ad mit or recognise acknowledge affirm to state that something is true announce to state or make known (usual ly publ icly) argue to show d isag reement to state, claim or establish forcefu l ly assert beg to req uest strong ly without pride to say that something is true claim complain to say that something is wrong or unsatisfactory concede to admit u nwi l l i ng ly confess to admit (usual ly regard i ng something wrong) contend to state as the truth counter to react with an opposing opinion declare to express clearly, fi rmly (often publ icly) defend to protect against criticism demand to ask forcefu l ly exclaim to say or shout something suddenly to ask in a determined and sincere way implore to demand forceful ly, despite opposition insist lament to express sad ness or regret object to express opposition to plead to make an u rgent emotional req uest to persuade to make sure something is accepted pressure proclaim to an nou nce publicly or officia l ly (usual ly positive) to state officia lly, with certainty pronounce protest to express d isag reement rail to complain angrily to shout angrily, often without meaning rant to understand and make judgements based on practica l facts reason to refuse angrily rebuff refute to say or prove that something is wrong or false to say something again, or several times reiterate rejoin to give a q u ick answer, in an angry or amusing way retort to answer in an angry manner screech to exclaim loudly snort to express a strong feeling of i m patience suggest to comm u nicate or show without stating d i rectly or giving proof swear to emphasise that someth ing is true -

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Office Personal ities

Two office col leagues are descri bing their co-workers.

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Complete the adjective that describes the people they a re discussing by fi l l i ng in the m issing letters. Then think of two other adjectives that have the same mea n i ng and write them i n the blanks. You can choose these adjectives from the box on the next page.

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I never know what she's thinking. n s _ r_ t __ I _


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If she l i kes you, she'll j u m p up, kiss you on the cheek and loudly declare it.

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He never forg ives a wrong; in fact, he'll make sure he finds a way of paying you back. i n __c __v_

He'll say what you want to hear, not what he really thinks. _ n _ _ n c _r _

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It's I n The Attitude

Havi ng a n attitude is not a bad thing! You must have an attitude (fa ntastic, horrendous, chagrined, ardent, besotted) in order to write a bout something. Below a re20 words (in bold} which you can use to show the way you look at things. For each word, circle the synonymous partner. How do you fare?

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I told her blatantly that I did not like her bad attitude. (b) intentiona lly (a) loudly

(c) rudely

I'm sure someone as self-possessed as Peter is impervious to her critica l rema rks. (a) d isdainfu l (b) scornfu l (c) affected

(d) disrespectfu l ly

(d) unconcerned

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Beggars, diseased children and disconsolate women a re ubiquitous in t h e slummiest part of the town. (c) ca using an eyesore (a) u n usual (d) omnipresent (b) exceptional

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The prime minister maintained an intransigent attitude towards public protest agai nst the war, much to the mortification of the people. (a) u nyielding (b) accom modating (c) open (d) harsh

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To her chagrin, the bus left j ust as she reached the bus stop. (c) annoya nce (b) acceptance (a) rage

(d) indifference

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He made some desultory remarks a bout his pol itica l opponents and incu rred their wrath. (d) severe (c) valid (b) irrelevant (a) thoug htless

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The usually stol id Mary was in tears at the end of Roberto Benigni's movie Life Is Beautiful. (c) mischievous (a) emotional (b) im passive (d) sharp-tongued

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The minister's feckless handling of the water issue was widely criticised in the newspapers. (a) reckless (b) u nethical (c) forcefu l (d) i ncompetent

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The lawyer's cogent arg u ments in cou rt led her to win one of her g reatest legal victories in her career. (a) convincing (b) satisfying (c) honest (d) daring

1 0. Her spurious comments in the media a bout the scandal landed him in hot soup. (c) popular (b) true (a) false

(d) sharp

1 1 . His placid natu re belies his penchant for fast cars. (b) d isgust (a) dislike

(c) strong liking

(d) a pproval

1 2. Nobody appreciated the deprecating remarks. (b) worthy (a) offensive

(c) credible

(d) thought-provoking

1 3. The police failed to assuage the anger of the raucous crowd of people and had to retreat. (a) unlawfu l (b) angry (c) noisy (d) u npleasant

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Short And Sweet

A. The following is a l ist of words which are adjectives meaning 'short' or 'brief� However, the list has many gaps. Com plete the list by filling in the m issing letters.

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a paragraph which contains only the main points

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expressed briefly but clearly and effectively

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Do you know the names of these items of clothing? Fill i n the blank spaces with the correct letters to make up the words.

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A woollen hood covering the head and neck worn as protection agai nst the cold. _ a _ a c _ a __

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A rou nd, flat ca p usual ly made of felt or wool. _e_e_

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It's the fashion these days to wear this large, printed handkerchief a round the head. _ a _ d __ a

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You wil l need this to keep you warm if you are in Alaska. p _ _ k_

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The native I ndians in Chile wear this - it's a bla n ket-like cloak with a slit in the middle for the head. _o_c_o

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A band of fabric worn around the neck like a tie and tucked i nto the shirt. c_a_a_

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Men wear this as part of formal evening wear - it's a kind of broad sash worn around the waist. _ u __e__ u_d

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A form of protective clothing which workmen wear. __e_a__s

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It's All I n The List Compiling a list of words related to a topic is a usefu l mea ns of building you r vocabulary. Not only that, it is a n effective approach t o writing an essay. For exa mple, i f you a re t o write a topic a bout an environ mental issue, you can jot down environment-related words to ensure that the content of your essay has key words and su bstance to carry the essay through. A. The terms below are all related to the environment. Find and circle all the terms in the word square. The words or phrases run from left to rig ht, right to left, u p or down, and diagonally. (Note: Phrases of two words are included in the word square without a space between the words.)

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What A Poltroon Wou l d Say Of H i mself

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I n Unit 29, you learnt some synonyms of'cou rageous� I n this unit, you wil l encounter some words which are synonyms of its opposite: 'timid�

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If you overhear someone making a remark that 'she's a bridesmaid, never a brideďż˝ do you know what this means? Or if someone accuses you of bei ng a flash in the pan, is he or she being complimentary? There a re many idiomatic expressions that can be used to describe people. Let's see whether you're a head of the pack i n doing this exercise!

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Read the descriptions and write the correct idioms in the blanks. Choose from the idioms in the box on page 89. You do not have to use u p all the idioms.

She tried her best to make the pouch in craft class, but she doesn't seem to be good with her hands.

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I was real ly su rprised to find that Elaine is head of human resou rces she's the most aloof and unfriendly person I've known. She actually scowled at me when I was introduced to her on my first day!

Martin is just l i ke his father - easy­ going, charming, hates to see anyone u n happy, especial ly the ladies.

Some buddy Su Chen tu rned out to be - at the fi rst hint of trouble, she left me to face the music by myself.

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Look at the exa mples below of noun, verb, adjective and adverb suffixes. Then read the sentences. Identify what part of speech the word in bold is before writing its meaning.

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-age -ary -ment -ion -ism -ist -ity -ness -ship

l ineage seminary government adoption hedonism a bolitionist laxity lateness dictatorship

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commendable/eligible d ictatorial tha n kfu l scenic feline preventive childish prosperous thoug htless tacti le deviant irate

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I was told only at the last min ute that I needed to give a speech, so I suddenly had to improvise. im prov ise

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He had the temerity to question the principal's decision to report the matter to the pol ice after he was caught red-handed with the missing cash i n his locker. temerity

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A monkey has a prehensile tail, which acts l i ke a fifth hand and ca n be used to manipu late objects. p rehensile

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My heart san k at the sight of the saturnine official checking the forms. I suppose it being a g loomy Monday didn't help his mood. saturn i ne

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The list of words below are essential words to know before you tackle the GCE 'O' level English lang uage paper. Match each word with its meaning by writing down the word or phrase i n t h e blank. A

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a bandon a bashed a bhor a bscond abundance accede accelerate accum ulate acute adamant adroit advance affluent a l leviate a lter ameliorate angle annual a nomaly a ntipathy a plomb apparent a ppreciate a pt a rid arroga nt assa i l astounding attai n attract augment awry

abnormality accomplish add to a mazi ng a ppea l to appropriate ashamed attack build u p change conceited consent d ry evident hate ill will improve increase in value large quantity leave behind lessen make off move forwards point of view resol ute self-confidence serious ski lfu l step u p wea lthy wrong yea rly

B

baffle banished banter barely baul k bear beg u i le bel l igerent belt bereft besotted boon brandish bravado breach

advantage aggressive ba nd bold ness bring up ca ptivate completely without hope confuse curt exiled only just refuse to do someth ing restrain sm itten tease Power-Packed Vocabulary for 'O' Level English

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Answers ( Pa rt 1 And Pa rt 2)

B:

U n it 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1 0. 11. 1 2. 1 3. 1 4. 1 5.

protested objected implored acknowledged declared contended refuted pronounced suggested a nnounced claimed confessed proclaimed reiterated rejoined

1 6. 1 7. 1 8. 1 9. 20. 21 . 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

asserted swore countered stressed reasoned affirmed lamented i nsisted snorted muttered conceded demanded retorted begged complained

A:

unpred ictable, capricious, inconsistent indecisive, irresolute, hesitant tem peramental, mercurial, volatile inscrutable, mysterious, u nfathomable effusive, demonstrative, u n restrained candid, fran k, outspoken vindictive, vengeful, malicious insincere, superficial, glib

(b) (d) (d) (a) (c)

6. 7. 8. 9. 1 0.

(a) (b) (d) (a) (a)

11. 1 2. 1 3. 1 4. 1 5.

(c) (a) (c) (d) (b)

1 6. 1 7. 1 8. 1 9. 20.

9. 1 0. 11. 1 2.

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1 3. d 1 4. f

U n it s

U n it 3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5. 6. 0 7. g 8. c

j, n a m k

'Carve' has two meanings: 'ma ke something by cutting into the su rface' or 'cut thin sl ices from a large piece of meat

U n it 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4.

(b) (c) (b) (d) (c)

1.

Ia I bIb I r I e I v I i Ia I t I eIdI

2.

IaIbI r I i IdIgIe Id I

3.

IaIbI r Iu IpItI

4.

IbI r I i Is IkI

5.

IbI r IuIs IqIuIeI

6.

IcI InIc I i IsIeI

7.

IcI In Id IeIn I s Ie Id I

8.

IcI r I i Is IpI

9.

IcIuIr It I

1 0.

Ie I c Io In I oImI I c I a I I I

0

0

U n it 4 A: 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

trimmed slashed dissecting splitting severed/severs carved chop

8. 9. 1 0. 11. 1 2. 1 3. 1 4.

hacked/hacks sliced/slices snipped notched hewed/hews lacerated slit

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