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pr op ert y o f th e SCASD COMMUN ITY EDUCATION # ;r


Monolingual English Edition

E. C. Parnwell

Illustrations by: Ray Burns Bob Giuliani Laura Hartman Pamela Iohnson Melodye Rosales Raymond Skibinski [oel Snyder

Oxford University Press


O xford Un ivers ity Press 200 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 USA Walton Stree t Oxford OX2 6DP England OXFORD is a trademark o f Oxford Un ivers ity Press. Library of Con gres s Cataloging -in -Publication Data Parnwell. E. C. The new Oxford p ictu re dictionary. Rev. ed . of: Oxford picture d ictionar y of American English . 1. Pictu re dictionaries, English. 2. En glish lan guage - United States -Dictionaries . 3. America ni sms Dict ionaries . 4. En glish language-Text -books for foreign s peakers . I. Parnwell, E.C . O xford p ictu re d ictionar y of American English . 11. Title . PE2835.P37 423' .1 87-23950 ISBN (}'19-434199-2 (softcover) ISBN 0-19-434533-5 (hardcover) Copyright Š 1988 Oxford Un ivers ity Press All rights reserved . No part of th is p ublication may be reproduced, s tored in a retrieval system, or tra nsmitted, in any form or by any means, electron ic, me chanical, photocopyi n g, recor d ing, or otherwise , w ithout the prior permission of O xford University Press . Th is b ook is sold subject to the condit ion that it sh all not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold , hired ou t, or otherwise circulated w ithout the publisher's prior consent in any form of bind ing or cover other than th at in wh ich it is published and without a sim ilar cond ition induding this condition being im posed on the subsequent purch aser. Develop mental Ed itor: Margot G ramer Consu ltin g Ed ito r: [oan Sas low Pronunciati on Editor: Clifford Hill, Colu mbia University As sociate Ed itor : Mary Lyn ne Nielsen Ed itorial Ass istant : [earme Rabend a Art Director : Sh ireen Nathoo

The publisher would like to thank the following agents fo r their cooperation: Carol Bancroft and Friends, representing Bob Giulian i, Laura Hartman , and Melodye Rosales. Pu blishers G rap h ics lnc.. represent ing Ray Burn s, Pame la [ohnson, and [eel Snyder. Cover illustration by Lau ra Hartman .

Softcover Prin ting (las t digit): 20 19 Hardcover Printing (last digit): 10 9 Printed in Hon g Kong

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Preface iii The New Oxford Picture Dictionary contextually illustrates over 2,400 words . The book is a unique language learning tool for students of English. It provides students with a glance at American lifestyle, as well as a compendium of useful vocabulary. The Dictionary is organized thematically, beginning with topics that are most u sefu l for the "survival" needs of students in an English speaking country. The to pics move on t? those of a more gene ral na ture, includ ing those that might be used in content area classes in schools in the United States. However, pages may be u sed at random, depending on the students' particular needs. The book need not be taught in order. The words depicted are those most usefu l for students needing basic English skills. The most common name of any given item was used for sim plicity. Any regionalisms or variations will be found in the Teachers Guide for that par ticular page.

The New Oxford Picture Dictionary contextualizes vocabulary whenever possible, thus making the language learner's task a bit easier. Verbs have been included on separate pages, but within a topic area where they are most likely to occur. However, this does not imply that these verbs only appear within these contexts. For obvious reasons, the number of words per page has been limited. In addition, attem pts h ave been made to place the numbers on the art consecutively, either from left to right, or, on many contextualized pages, in a circular, clockwise order. A complete index with pronunciation guide has been included in the Appendix. For further ideas on using The New Oxford Picture Dictionary, see the Teacher s Guide and the two workbooks: Beginners and Intermediate levels. Also available in the program are a complete set of Cassettes, offering a reading of all of the words in the Dictionary; Voca bulary Playing Cards, featuring 40 words and the corresponding pictures on 80 cards with id eas for many games; and sets of Wall Charts, available in one complete package, or in three smaller packages.


iv Contents People and Relationships The Fa mily The Huma n Body Vegetables Fruits Meat, Poultry, a nd Seafoo d Containers, Quantities, and Money The Supermarket Family Restaurant a n d Cocktail Lounge Restaurant Verbs Common Prepared Foods Outdoor Clothes Everyday Clothes Underwear and Sleepwear Jewelr y a nd Cosmetics Descr ibing Clothes Descr ibing the Weather • Season al Verb s Houses Th e Living Room The Dining Room The Kitchen Kitchen Verbs The Be d room The Baby's Room The Bathroom The Utility Room A Workshop Housework a nd Repair Verbs Medical and Dental Care Ailments and Injuries Treatm ents and Remedies Firefighting and Rescue Crime and Punishment The City The U.S. Postal Sy s tem The Pu blic Library The Armed Forces Tr ucks Cars Bikes H ighway Travel Public Transportation

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Contents Air Travel Aircraft In Port Pleasure Boating Plants and Trees Sim ple Animals Insects Birds Fish and Reptiles Mammals I Mam mals 11 ' Map of the World The United States of America The Universe The Space Program , A Classroom School Verbs A Science Lab Math Energy Farm ing and Ranc hing Con struction An O ffice Occupations I: Main Street USA Occupations II Occupations III Neighborhood Parks O utdoor Activities At the Beach Team Sports Ballfields Individual Sports Fields and Cou rses Sports Verbs Musical Instruments Music, Dance, and Theater Electronics and Photography Handicrafts Prepositions of Description Pre positions of Motion Appendix Index

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center radius section arc circum fere nce oval rectangle diagonal apex right triangle righ t angle hypotenuse

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Generation of Power

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24. 25. 26.

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foundation bricks pickax construction worker shovel board linesman cherry picker

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face guard lacrosse stick Ice Hockey

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Gymnastics gymnast balance beam

Ice Skating 25. rink 26. skate 27. blade Racquetball 28. sa fety goggles 29. racquet 30. racquetball Track and Field 31. 32.

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piccolo flute bassoon oboe clarinet

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11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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Musical Comedy

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ch orus actor actress

C. Rock Group 21. 22. 23. 24 . 25. 26. 27.

syn th esizer keyboard player bass guitarist smger lead guitarist electric guitar drummer

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B. Photography 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

lens flash camera tripod (roll of) film prints'

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slides slide projector screen

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projector (reel of) fi lm

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D. Audio 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

turntable cartridge needle arm receiver cassette d eck

E. Computers 31. 32. 33. 34.

personal com p u ter (PC) monitor keyboard calcu lator


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sewing machine (spool of) thread pincushion material pinking shears pattern piece pattern buttonhole button seam

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B. Other Needlecrafts 22. 23 . 24 . 25. 26 . 27. 28. 29 . 30 . 3 1. 32.

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Months of th e Year

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February

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Tuesday

March

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Wednesday

April

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Thursday

May

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Friday

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Saturday

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16 17

sixteen

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thirty forty

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60 70

sixty

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n inety

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title or a subtitle. The index incl udes a pronunciation g uide for all the word s illustrated in the book. Th is guide uses sym bo ls co mmonly found in dict ionaries fo r native speakers. These symbols, unlike those used in transcription sys tems such as the International Phonetic Alphabet, tend to preserve spelling and so sho uld help you to become more aware of the connections between written English and spo ken English. Con s o nants [bl as in back [bak] [cb] as in cheek [chek] [dl as in date [datl [dh] as in the [db] [I'] as in face [fas] [gj as in gas [gas] Ih j as in ha lf[ haf] [jJ as in jack [jak]

[kJ as in kite [kit] [IJ as in leaf Ilef] [mJ as in ma n [man] [nJ as in neck [nck] [ngJ as in ri ng [rtng] [p J as in pack [pak] Ir1 as in rake [rak] [si as in sa nd [sand]

Ish] as in shell [shell [t j as in tape Llap] [th1as in three [thrc] Lv] as in vi ne [vln ] Iw 1as in waist l"-astl I\' ] as in Jam [yam] [I ] as in zoo lzool [zh] as in measure [mct h' or]

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[00] as in cool [kooJ] [()(,] as in book [Ix'j(,k J low I as in cow [ko" [ ["y I as in boy [boy 1 [Cl I as in cu t [kell J I Ci] as in curb [kurb [ [o[ as in above [0 be,,路']

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bake [bak ] back [hak 1 bar [bar] beat [bet] bed [bed] bear [ber]

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This guide also follows the system for marking stress used in many dictio narie s for native speakers. ( I) Stress is not marked if a word consisting of a single syllable occurs in isolation. (2) Where stres s is marked, two levels are di stinguished : a bold acc ent [ , ] is placed afte r eacb syllable with primary stress, a light accent [ I J is placed after each syllable with secondary stres s.

Sylla ble Boundaries Syllable bou ndaries are indicated by a single space.

NOTE: The pron unciation used in this index is based on patterns of American Eng lish. There has been no attempt to repre sent all of the varieties of American Eng lish. Students should listen to nati ve speakers to hear how the language actually sounds in a pa rticu lar region.


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animals [an' ;) malz ] 62-69

abdomen [ab Id d men ] 4 14

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Antarctic Ocean [ant ark ' tfk 6 ' shon ]

accordion [;l kor'de an] 98 28

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audience [o 'deJ ns] 9915 audio [o /dea' ) 100

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aunt [ant] 3 6

accountant [ ;) kown / tom 1 86 18

Antarctica [ant ark ' ti L:Jj 70 7

Australia [0 strDJ 'yJ] 70 6 author [6 /tb or ] 47 8

acorn [a/kern] 61 33b

anteater rant'e'tgr] 66 5

automatic transmission

acorn squash [a/kern skwosh/l 7 28

antenn a [an ten ';)] 5146, 62 Ib

across I J krOs ' I 103 6

antler [ant / lor] 67 35a

avocado [av ';:l kc/d6] 9 33

actor [ak'tJr] 99 19

apartment house

away from [o wil' from] 103 5

actress [ilk/lrJs] 99 20

[ o part /m cm hows/] 45 23

It) ' ta mat / tk tra nz mi 'shdnl 50

axe [ilksl 42 14

acute angle [ ;) kyoot ' a ng'g gl] 79 8

apex [a'peks] 79 2 1

baboon [ba boon " ] 69 19

address [a /dres ] 46 11

Appalachian Mo untains

baby [ha/ be! 2 5

adjectives ' [i1j ' lk tfvz ] 24,25

[ap ' ;) lil ' che J nmown' t;)nzJ 714 1

baby carriage [ba ' he kar ' ljl 45 27

aerial tramway [er 'c;)1 tranr/wIT] SS 3 1

apple [a / po l] 8 2

baby lotion [ba / be la' sh on] 33 6

Africa [a/[rr ka ] 70 4

apricot [ap'r;! k()t/] 9 25

baby powder [ha 'be pow /d ar] 33 7

after-shave lotion [af'tgT shav lo /shon]

apron la/pran] 16 6

baby wipes [ha'be wl ps'] 338

aqu atic mammals

baby's room [ba ' beL room '] 33

23 2 1 ailments [al/m cnt s] 40 air conditioner [er 'k;m dT' sh;) nor] 32 11

[;J kw6 Iti kma 'mJlzJ 68 Arabian Sea [ J ra'bc ;)n

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arc [ark] 79 16

back [bilk I 4 11, 23 19 backacbe [bak/ ak ' J 40 8

air filter ler /fll 't;)rj 51 52

arch itect [ar ' k;) tckt ' j 86 8

Air Force [er I Ciks 'I 48 19

Arctic [ark'tik[ 70 8

backboard [bak ' bOrd'l 92 19 backboe [bak/bo /[ 82 26 backpack [bilk/pak l[ 19 4

air mattress [er ' ma'trosl 9] 26 air pump lerl pump'] 53 13

Arizona [ar/;) z6 ' n;lJ 72 3

backseat [bak/sct /) 50 32

Arkansas [ar 'kan so ./] 72 4

backyard [bak Iyiird I ] 27

arm [arm] 4 6, 100 20 armadillo [1:'tr l o p dil ' 6J 66 2

back-up ligbt [bak /op litll 5030

air travel

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aircraft [er I kraft ' 1 57 aircraft carrier [er/kraft kl1r ' ygf ] 48 4

bacon lba/k cn] 10 11 , 18, 33

aircraft types [er'kraft tips'] 57

armed force s larmd / ftir 'sJZ I 48 armpit [arm'pit / ] 4 10

Baffin Bay [baf/on ball 70 16

(airmail) enve lope

armrest [arm' rest'] 50 3

bag [bag] 12 8, 15 25, 21 35

Army [ar /me] 48 15

baggage [bag l ijJ 56 8

airman [er ' m;m ] 48 20

around I ;) rownd -"] 103 2

bake [bak l 31 14

airport check-in [er'port chek 'in[ 56

artery [ar't d re] 5 69

baked beans [hakt' bcnz /] 18 3

aisle [i /ol l 14 10, 56 23

artichoke [ar 'tJ chok IJ 6 11

baked goods [hakt go'6dz I] 14 11

Alabama [allo ba /mo l 72 I

artist l ar ' tas t] 86 3

baked potato [hakt ' p a li/ttlj 18 20

alarm clock [ c Iar m" kink] 32 8

arts I arts ] 86

baker [ba/k or [ 84 8

Alaska [o las/b ] 72 2

ashtray [a sh'tnl '] 16 29

bakery [b a I kJ re] 44 6

alcohol [al/b bolll 39 22

Asia [i/zbo ] 70 5

balance beam [bat' ens hem I ] 94 24

alligator Uil ':J ga:'tgrJ 65 8

asparagus [ J spar' ;) g;)s] 61 8

balcony [bal /b ne] 99 14

almond(s) [o / mo nd(z)] 9 3 1

asteroid [as't ;) royd '] 74 20

(ba le of) hay [ba l I ov ha I] 81 13

Alps [ilIps ] 70 44

astron aut las ' tr;) not'] 75 5

Amazon River 11:'/m<i zoo rl v';Jr]

at [at] 102 I

ball [boil 5 52 ballet Iba la/ ] 99

Atacama Des ert

ballfields [bm/foldz ' ] 93

le r 'mal cn 'v;.) lop] 46 16

71 59

ambulance [am 'hy;) Ions] 42 6 amphibians [am n ' bc cmz] 65 ammunition [am/yd nish ';)n] 48

[at ' ;) ko'm;) dez' J rtl 71 50 athletic supporter lath le!trk sa por/tor ] 22 4

badge [baj J 43 5

ballpo int pen [bol 'poynt pen ' l 76 22 Baltic Sea [bol/trk se ' ] 70 22 bananas [b o na'ng?, ] 9 20

anchor [ang'k;)rl 58 24

atlas lat /los ] 47 20

Band~Aid [band ad ' ] 39 4

Andes lan/dez] 71 43

attachments I J tach' mants] 35 17

ank le [ang/bl] 5 49

atte ndant I;) tcn 'dJnl] 39 8, 53 12

band shell [band' sbel ' l 87 2 bandage [ban/dij' ] 39 24


107 banister [ban ';) star] 28 ] 1

banj o [ban

--

'W! 98

5

90 21

bison [bl 'sJn] 67 19 bit [bit) 37 43a

banking [bang /king) 86

beads [bedz] 23 7

bar [bar] 13 18, 16 24

beak !bek] 64 3a

bar stool [bar 'stool'] 16 25

beaker [be /brJ 78 23

black bear [blak ber'l 69 21 ' black bean(s) [blak ben(z)') 6 14 black eye [blak i /]' 40 5

barber [bar ' her I 84 3

beard [bird] 4 39

Black Sea lblak' l se /] 70 26

Barents Sea Ihar'aots se 'l 70 23 barg e [barj] 58 12 bark [bark] 61 35c

bears [berz] 69 beat [bet] 31 8

blackberries [blak ber" ez] 8 12 bladder [bla dar] ' 5 72

BeaufortSea [he)! fJrtse '] 7015

blade [bIM] ' 94 27

barn [barn] 81 5

beaver [be Zvor] 66 12

blanket [blang /ket] 32 20

barnyard [barn ' yard ' ] 818

bed [bed) 32 2 1

blazer [blIT 'I,er] 20 2

barrel Ibar/ o!] 4823

bed rest [hed /rcst', 41 1

bleach [blech! 35 26

barricade' [bar ' J kad'l 82 21 bartender [btir 'tcn'dJr] 1'6 2 1 base [bits] 79 7, 93 6 baseball [bas ' bOl ' ] 92 baseball diamond [bas /bO! di fmond] 93 baseline [has /lIn'J 95 4

bedroom [hed 'wom'J 32 bedspread [hed /spred') 32 23

blender [blen dar] 30 12 blimp [blimp]' 57 5

bee [be! 63 19

blinds [blindz] 32 12

bee f [bef] 10 1

block [bIok] 33 32

beef stew [hef'stoo /] 18 14

blouse [blows] 21 34

beer [bfr] 16 23

blue jay [bloo l ja'] 64 8

beet(s) [bets! 7 33

(blue) jeans [hloo jen,'! 196 ' blueberries [bloo 'bcr'cz] 8 14

basin (ba:'s;)n] 39 16

basketball [bas /kot bol'] 92, 92 21

beetle [be /tol! 63 10 behind [bohind /] 102 9 below [be 16 /] 102 3

blush [blush ] 23 32

bass [bas] 98 10

belt [helt! 20 16

board [bard ] 82 16

bass guitarist [has' go tar 'astj 99 23

bench [bench] 43 16, 44 14, 78 24,

boarding [b{-)r 'ding] 56

basket [bas /kot! 92 20

bassoon [ba soon '"] 98 14

87 10

blueprints Ibloo' prints ,] 82 6

boarding pass [hor 'dingpas'] 56 18

bat [bat] 66 4, 92 5

beret [bo ra I ] 19 22

boardwalk [biird 'w(1k'] 90 1

batboy [bat /boy'] 93 18

Bering Sea [ber 'ing se '] 70 34

body [b"/ de! 4

berries [ber 'ez] 8

boil [boyl] 31 16

between [ba twen ' J 102 4

bollard [bOI ' ord] 58 26

beverages [bev 'rJjJzl 14 14

bo lt Ibolt[ 37 38

bib [bIb] 33 20 bicycle [bi l SI k dl] 52 15

bomb [brim] 48 3 bomber Ih6rn ' ar] 482

big [big] 24 8

bo ngos [hong ' goz] 9822

(Big Dipper) constellation

book [bOok] 13 17

[big ' di ' par kon sta la ' shon ] 74 3 big toe [big [6 /) 5 53

(book 00 matches [hd6k ' av ma ' chcz]

bath mat [bath

mat'] 34 12

' bath towel [bath I tow'ol] 3424

,

beach umbrella [bcch /orn hrel'g]

bathing suit lba /dhing soot'l 90 18 bathing trunks [ba .dhf ng trtingks '] ' 91 33 bathrobe [bath I rob] 22 20 bathroom [bath ' room I] 34 bathtub [bath tub'] 34 11 ' baton [be ton /) 99 9 batter !bat l or] 92 7,93 14 battery [bat /ore] 5154

biker [bi /br] 90 4

bookstore [b(x)k' stor] 45 18

batting helmet [bat l i ng hel/m;)t] 92 6

bikes l biks] 52

boom (boom] 597

battleship [bat /ol ship'! 48 5

(bik ini) panties [b a kc ' ne pan' tez]

booth [booth! 16 9

Bay of Bengal Iba' ay ben gill ! I 70 32 bayonet (ha ';) net'J 48 24 bays [baz] 70 beach [bech ! 90 beach ball [bech bOl'] 90 11

'

stand"] 52 14

bike stand [bik '

22 11

16 28 bookcase [bUi,k I kas] 28 22, 83 20

boots [boots] 19 21, 2 1 32

bill [bIll 64 24a

bottle [bOt

bin [bin] 15 16

' bottle opener [bot ' <11 (1' pJ nar] 30 6

bind ing [bin I dfng] 95 16

bounce [bowns] 97 11

binoculars [ba n6k ' yJ lars] 90 7

bow [ho! 98 7a

' Chef'] 90 20 beach chair [beeh/

birch [bllrch] 61 32

how [bow] 58 5

beach towel [bech / LOw' al ] 90 15

birds [btlrdz] 64

bowl [h6l] 13 23

biscuit [bis ' kat] 18 27

bow ling [bOi 'ing! 94

01] 12 3, 33 17


108 bowli ng ball (bot 'rng bol 'I 94 6

bu n [hiinl 18 7

canary [k a Il~r' c] 64 14

box [boks] 13 12

bunch Ibiinchj 8 I

candle [kan'doll 29 27

bo x sea t [h6ks' set I] 99 It

Bunsen burn er [bun' son bur' nar]

candlest ick (kan'd;)1 stik/] 29 28

box spring U>6ks'spring'J 32 18

boxer shorts IbOk' scr shorts fJ 22 2 boxing [bok'singl 94 boy's fra me [boyz'fram'l 52 11

canister (kl1n'JstJr] 301 5 canned goods [Hnd' gdbdz'l 14 13

78 20 buoy [h<ro'e] /[litlYI 58 16 bureau [hyoor/o] 32 9

canno n [kiln' on] 48 11

bum [burn] 17 14. 40 18

canoe [ko noo" I 59 2

bu rne r [bur nor] 30 29 ' bus [bUs] 53 20. 54

cantaloupe [kiln' to lop/I 9 36

bracelet [bras'I;,t) 23 9

bus driver Ihll'/drI/vJr] 543

cap Ikilpl 19 2. 2 143. 92 11

brain [bran] 5 57

bus SlOP [hii,'SIop'] 44 13

capsule [kilp'soll 41 5

brake [brak] 50 26.52 17

busboy [bii,'boy'l 16 3

car [kar] 54 9

brake light ' brak ' lll ' ] 5029

bushes [buush' oz] 61 4 1

card catalog {karo'

branch (brilnch] 61 35a â&#x20AC;˘

business workers [biz' nos wur'k;,rzl 86

cardiga n [kar/ di g;ml 21 26

brass [brils] 98

butcher 11it",' char] 84 13

cardi nal [kard'noll 64 11

bread [bred] 14 12

butter [hUt ' or l 18 18

cargo [kar' gdl 58 10

bread and butter plate

buttercup lhUt' or kup"] 60 17

cargo area (kar' g<1 er' e

butterfly (hiit' or m'] 63 3

cargo bay [kar' gd ha'l 75 9

break [brilk] 31 7

buttoc ks [hUt' cks] 4 15

cargo door [kar' g<1 dtlr'l 57 13

breast [bnist] 11 21

button [hUt' on] 20 3. 10 1 9

Caribbean Sea [kar'

bricks [brfks] 82 12

butto nhole [hlit/;m hill 'I 101 8

brid le path [hr,d' 01 path"] 87 7

Ccclamp [se 'klilmp'l 36 2

carpe nter [kar'pon tar] 85 2

briefcase Ihrcffkas'J 21 37

carpe nter's rule [kar' p:m t arz roollJ

briefs [hri'fs[ 22 12 bro ccoli Ihr6k f J le] 6 2

cab driver [kab'drf vor] 5526 ' cabbage [kilbfijj 6 3 cabin [kl1b /in] 56 19

carrot(s) [kar' Jl(sl] 7 32

hroil [bruyl] 31 13

cabin cruiser [k:1h/ln kroo' zcr] 59 16

carry [kilr'i'[ 26 16

broi ler IbroY'lor] 30 33

cabinet [kabfo n at ] 30 22

carry -on ba g [kilr ' e on hag'] 56 2

bro ke n bon e [bro Zkon rnln'J 40 15

cable Ika'hol] 52 23

cars [karzl 50-51

broom Ibroom I 35 7

cable car [ka'bol kar'] 55 32

can on [kar'tJnl 12 1

brot her Ihrudh' or I 3 9 brot he r-i n-law [brndh Zer en 10 /] 3 11

cactus [kak/tJs] 61 40

cartrid ge needle (kar'trij ne' dol]

bra(ss iere) [bm]/[br, zlr'] 22 13 brace

[brJ~

36 9

[bri'd'ondbiil'orplat/j 29 11

bru ise [hroOlI 40 17

canyon [kiln' yan] 88 3

kat' ;J log]

J

JI

47 4

57 12

be / an se I]

70 20

36 I

lOO 19

calculator [kal/kY;J la' tar] 83 19,

carve [k iirv I 31 6

100 34

bro sh [brush] 76 18

calendar ldU/;,n dor] 83 9

cash register (kash'rc' ja stcr] 15 2 1

bru ssels sprouts IhrUs' ~I sprcwts ZI 6 4

calf [kiln 4 20.67 3 1

cashe w(s) Ikilsh' oo(zl] 9 27

bucket [biik'Ol] 35 15 bucket seat IbOkI at set /] 50 16

California [kill' o fOr' nyo] 72 5

cashier [kil shir'] IS 22

call card [kol' kard 'j 47 6

Caspian Sea Ikas'peOlnse'l 70 27

buck le [biik' oIl 20 17

call number [koI'nfim' bar] 47 6

casserole di sh [ka~J

bud [hiid) 60 18a

call slip Ik61'slip'] 47 12 camel Ikam' oIl 67 33

cassette [ko "ell] 100 26 cassette deck [ka set l del'] 100 22

builder [hil' dar] 82 5

camera [kl1m'a-,)] 100 8

cast Ikil.SlI 39 5

bui ld ing nu mber [hi!' rung nUm' bor]

cameraperson (kam';'Ir

buffet [bo

ra' I

29 29

45 24

J

pur'

SJIl]

86 10

d

ral dfsh'] 30 14

cat [kiltl 68 4

camisole (kam';)sol'] 22 9

catch [kach] 96 4

bulb [biilb] 60 8a

camp s to ve (k5mp'stov'l 89 25

catcher [kilch' ar] 92 2. 93 16

bull 1b<J!JII 67 34

campe r [k5m'pJr! 53 16

catcher's mas k (k3ch' arz mask 'J 92 3

bulldozer [hl)iJI'd6' zcr] 82 27

campfire Ikamp'fir'] 89 31

hullet [1it",I'ill 48 26

ca mping [kilm'pingl 89

catcher's mitt (kikh' arz mlt"] 92 4 caterpillar Ikiil l or pil' er1 63 1

bulletin hoard Ihdhl/l ten bord"] 76 7

can [kiln] 12 10

cattle (kilt' oil 81 20

bumper [biim'porJ 335

can ope ner [kiln' 6 1 pa nar] 30 4

Caucasus (ki)/b sos/ 71 4 5


109 cauliflo we r Ikol l

0

flow ' or] 6 I

chin [c hln] 4 3 china Ichl l no ] 29 I c hina cl oset [chr l na klOz';:(] 29 2

ceiling [se/ n ng ] 28 2 ceiling fan (se

f nng fa n 'J 28 I

chipmunk [chIp l munk] 66 6

cello Ichel / o ] 98 9

chnp Ich6pl 26 11 ,31 1I chops Ichopsl 10 9. 10 15 choru s Iktir l >s I 99 18

cocoon [ko konn IJ 63 2 coc onut Ikc/ kd nlu'l 8 3 coffee Iko l [eJ 18 35

(chry santhe)mum

coffeemaker (ko

82 25 cement truck [sa mcnt I triik /] 49 13

center Is~nl tcr] 79 13,93 27 ce nte r divider [sen! tor da vI' dar]

53 18.82 24

re' pOllJ

30 3 1

29 18

cigarette (sig';J r~t'l 16 31 circle Istir l kol ] 79 11 circuit breaker [stir' k x bra' kar] 35 5 circular saw [stir ' kya lar sol) 36 20

coffee ta ble [kol fe tal bel] 28 26

circumfere nce [stir kum' fa rans] 79 17

cold water faucet {k6ld' wO tor fo l sat]

coi ns [koynz] 13 26 co lander [k61 on dar] 30 7 ' cn ld Ikfild) 25 10, 40 J I

centipede Isen l to ped'J 63 22

city [sIt I e ] 44.45

chain [chan] 23 5. 5 2 18

c1a m(s)

chair [che r ] 29 17

clamp [klamp] 78 7 cl an net [kJar f , ne t/J 98 16

Colo rado IkOl'o rod I 01 72 6

cl asp [k lasp] 23 17

colum n [kol/oml 50 13

classroom [klas' room ' ] 76

cnm b [kom] 32 6

claw [kWI 62 13a. 68 2a

cnm bine (11) [kom bin] 81 17 ' comet Ikom I >t1 74 2

38 13 changing table [chan' jlng

ta' bal]

33 9

charcoal briquettes [char I kol brf kets /] 27 23

Ik l~m(z) ]

34 18 co llar Ik61 /

11 32

clea n [klenl 24 6 .26 2 clean ser [klen z ar ] 35 9 clear [klYr] 17' 6 cliff [kllfI 89 2 1 cli p-on earring [klipf 6n Yr 'lngl 23 15

0rl

20 20

co lonial-style house [ka 10' ne ;,1srtl hows' l 27

comforter [kUm'

f;JT

tar] 32 22

command module [kc mand " m6j' 001] 75 8 comm unication satellite

chart [ch art] 39 10

clock [klok] 76 2

check [chekJ 1527,16 14

close (v) [kJ6z] 77 5

commuter [kc mycc Ztcr] 5517

chec ked IcM kt] 24 18

cl osed [klczd] 24 16

commuter train [k a myoo Ztar tran"]

chec kout co unter [chek' owt kown I t or]

closet [kloz/,t] 32 3 cloth diaper [klOth dl l par] 33 13 ' clothes IkWzJ 19路24

compact d isc (C D )

clothesline IkWz/llnlJ 35 19 clothespins Ikloz l pinz' J 3S 20

co mpact d isc p layer Ikom l pakt dIsk l plaf or] 100 28

c1nudy [klow I del 2S 2

co mputer [kam pyoo' tar] 76 8, 83

15 26 c hec ko ut de sk {ehek' owl desk' ] 47 2 cheerleaders (chrr l le ' d arz] 93 20

cheek Ichc k J 4 35

L

coffeepot [kol

re ma' kar]

citrus fruits [51' tras froots'l 8

chalk tra y [c hok " tra fl 76 9 chalkboard Ich6k l bard I] 76 5 chande lier [shan da Iir / l 29 3 ' cha nge (the sheets) rchanjl dha shcts 'j

,

[kra s~nl tho maml/imiim] 60 4

16 32

ce nter fielder [sen' tar fel' dar] 93 2 center lane [sen' tor lan ' l ' 53 6 ce nterboard [sen I tor bord ' I 59 6

chalk [cho k] 76 10

,

cocktail waitress (k6k/ tal wa' tras]

celery [sel' ore] 6 10

cement [se ment' J 82 10 cement mixer [s;) mcnt " mik' sar]

/

coc kroac h [kok rOch f] 63 9 ' cocktail lo unge Ik6k l tal lownj" ] 16

cherries [cher' ez] 9 19 cherry picker (cher! epYk' or] 82 18 chest [chest] 4 12

cloverl eaf Ik16' vor lef') 53 4

chest of drawers [chest' av drarz']

cl ubs [kltibz J 95 5

32 30

clove [k I6v) 7 25a

clutch [kluch] 50 25

chestnun s) Iches l nut(s)] 9 32

coach Ik6ch ] 93 2 1

chic k IchIk] 64 22

coal [kol l 80 7

chicken Ichlk/onJ 11 24.64 23 child'sseat [c hil d z -" setf] 50 33

coal mine [kol min] 80 6 ' coaster (kc)l star] 16 27

childre n IchIl ' drcn] 2 7

cna t Ikot) 19 24 , 4 2 13

chills [chllzJ 40 4 chimney [chtm/ ne] 27 9

cnb [kOh l 6 12a cobra Iko l bra J 65 11

chimpanzee [chIm pan' ze] 69 16

coc kpit Ikok I pIt I] 56 13

[k o myoo' n e ka shan sat' a lIt] 7S 2

55 14 /kom I pukt dIsk IJ/lse l de/J 100 27

16. 100

computer programmer [kam pyool tor pro l gram ar] 86 16 cnnductor Ikon diik l tor] 54 7, 99 8 cone Ikon ] 61 34 b, 79 28, 82 19 conga Ik6ng l ga ] 98 20 Congo Ri ver (kOng' go nv' er] 71 62 Co nnecticut [ka n~' tl kat ] 72 7 constellatio n [kt'ln sta la.l shc n] 74 3 ' construction [kan strlik' shan] 82 (constructio n) boots Ikon stnllJ shon bOots f ) 2 1 32


110 construction site [k an striik ! shon slt'l 82

crochet [kro she ,] 101 28

dentist [den 'list] 39 17

construct ion worker

crochet hook [kr5! sha ' hook'] 101 29

department store [da part ' mant star']

[kan strUk' shan will" kar] 82 14 container [k an ta /nor! 12 2,58 7

crocus [kro

(container)ship [kan

ta' OJf ship']

58 9

44 S

kcs ] 60 9 '

deptb [depth] 79 33

cross-country skiing [kr6s ' kiln trc ske l Ing] 94

continents tk on! to nonts] 70

crosswalk [kros ' wok"] 44 4 crow [kro] 64 3

control tower [kan tr61' tow/at] 57 20

crutch [kriich I 39 7

conveyor belt [kan va/ar belt] 15 23,

cube [kyoob] 79 27 cubicle [kyoo l bg k cl] 83 5

containers [ken ta ' narz] 12

56 12

derri ck Ider 'Ik] 80 2 deserts [dcz I c rts I 71 desk [desk] 28 14, 76 16, 83 13 detective [d a tck tfv ] 43 2 diagonal [df ag l 'g nal ] 79 20 diameter [dIam /gtgrJ 7912

cook (11) [ko6k] 17 4 cook (v) [koiik ] 17 4

cucumber(s) [kyoo ' kum bgr(z)] 7 20 cuff Iioks [kM'lInks l] 23 12

dictionary [dlk sha ner" cl 47 24

cookie [kOok ' e] 18 22

cup [kup] 13 19, 29 20

dig [dIg] 26 3

curb [kurb ] 45 26 curtain [kilr 't;)nJ 32 10, 99 I

dime [dim ] 13 29 dinghy [dIng' e] 59 18

cooling tower [koo /lIng tow/or] 80 16

curtain ring s [kilr ' ten rfngz"] 34 2

dining room [dI ' nfng room'] 29

copilot [ko'pi lot] 56 16 cord [kord] 32 263, 54 I

curt ain rod [kilr tan rOd'J 34 I ' curve [ktlrv] 79 3 cu shion [kcosh I en] 28 24

dipstick [dIp 'stlk ] 51 58 ' dirt bike [durt ' blk I] 52 8 disc jockey (DJ) [dIsk ' jok l e l/[de l ja]

cool [kOoII 25 9 cooler [koo 'lJr] 91 41

â&#x20AC;˘

(corduroy) pant s [kCjr' da roy pants/}

custome r [klis

21 27 core [kor] 8 2b,80 14 cork [kork] 16 18 corkscrew [kork " skroo Ij 16 17

corn [kom I 6 12, 60 24 corne r [kor ' oar] 44 3

t c mer]

15 17

' cut (v ) [ki it] 31 9 cut (n ) [kiit] 40 16 cutting board [klit /lng bord"] 30 26 cylinder [sn /in dar ] 7926 cymbals [slm ' b clz] 98 18

diesel fuel [de '' z al fyool oil 80 34

86 9 dirty [dur' te] 24 S dish drainer [dish I dra' nar] 30 2 dishtowel [dl sh f towt al] 30 18 dish washer fdfsh l wash' or] 30 1

daffodil [daf' 0 dIll 60 8 dairy cow [der e kow"] 81 11 ' dairy farm [der ' e farm' ! 81

dishwashing liquid {dlsh wash Ing 11 1 kwfd] 30 10 ' disposable diaper [dls po / zo bal di l par] 33 12

cotton swab [kot ';;In swob 'l 33 10

dairy products [der ' e prod' iikts] 14 4

diss ection kit [di sek ' shcn k'it/ l 78 33

counter lkown " (;;If1 30 27

daisy [da ' ze] 60 5

dive [div] 97 14

court [kart] 43, 94 13

dam [dam] 80 18

dock [dok] 58 28

court officer [k6rt' 6 ' fJ sJr] 43 19

dance [dans] 99

doctor [dok ' tor] 39 1I dogs [dogz] 69

corral [ka ral 'l 81 24 cosmetics [k6z met /lks] 23 cotton balls [kot'

JO

court reporter [kart '

hcHz'J 39 23

pdr I tar J 43 14

cousin [kiiz. Zan] 3 7

dancer [dan sar] 99 3 dark [dark] ' 24 10

cow [kow] 67 32

dasbboard [dash ' bord/] 50 19

doll IdOl] 33 28

cowboy [kow / boy" ] 81 21

date Idat] 9 23

doll house [dol ' hows"] 33 25

cowgirI [kow " gild'J 81 22 crab(s) [kra b(z)] 11 36,62 9

daughter [da' t :Jr! 3 15

doll ar bills [dol ' ar bflz , ] 13 25

deck [dek l 27 S, 58 22

dolly [dol ' e] 56 6

cradle [krii ' del] 33 26

deer [dir] 67 26

dolpbin [dOl' fin ] 68 13

cranberries [kran ber ' ez] 8 13 crane [kran ] 58 '6

defendant [do ren' dant] 43 23

donkey [dong ' ke I 67 23

defense attorney [da tens I a tOr' ne]

creamer [kre I mar] 29 24

43 22 Delaware [del '

door handle [dor ' han l do l] 50 4 door lock [dor ' lok l] 50 I

[J

crew [krooJ 75 12 (crewneck) sweater [kroo" nek swet' or] 19 7 crib [krfb] 33 4 cri ket [m k' ot] 63 S cri me [krim] 43

g

war!J 72 8

deli counter [del ' e kown' tar] 14 1 delivery boy [de I1v ';) re boy" ] 85 10 deli very person [da I1v /;) re pilr ' san] 49 10 dental care [den l tal ker'] 39

dogwood [dog ' wood I] 61 28

doorman [dor man] 85 11 down [down] ' 103 3 down vest [down I vest '] 19 12 dragonfly [drag ',n mll 63 4 drain [dran I 34 9 drainpipe [dran 'pipl] 27 18


111 drapes [draps I 28 23

elm lelmJ 61 36

Pall IfOl) 26

draw [droJ 77 1I

embroidery [em broi' do re) 101 27

fam ily Ifilm'ole) 3

drawer [dror] 47 5

emergency brake (I mUf' j In

dress Idres] 20 22

se beak 1J

fam ily restau rant [Him'd le res/ tor ant] 16

50 15

re

dried fruits [dn d ' froots' ] 9

emery board [cm I J

drill [drf l] 39 15

encyclopedia [en sI' kla pe' de;;l! 47 25

fa re [fer] 55 2 1

drink [drlngk ] 17 2

end table [e nd' tal boil 28 29

far e box [fer ' b6ks'J S4 5

drive [driv] 97 15

end zo ne lend'zon ) 93 23 ' energy Icn/df je] 80

farmhouse [farm / hows" ] 81 3

farmer Ifar 'morJ 81 7

engagement ring [en gaj/ mant rfng"]

fanning lfar'ming] 81

dri veway [drlv

wa'l

27 1

' drugstore Idrug' Slor l) ~5 22 drum [driim] 98 19 drummer [drum',,-J 99 27 drumsticks [drum'stiks f ) 98 19a dry [drl ] 25 14, 38 9 .

bord IJ 23 24

23 3

fan belt [filn' belt ' 1 51 53

fas hion designer [fiish' an de zI' nar] 86 6

engin e (en' jcn] 51, 52 32 engineer [en jJ ni'r'j 55 15

father [fOdh' or J 3 5

enter (en'tdr] 77 14

faucet [fO'sit) 34 17, 18 fawn IfO nl 67 27

dust [dus t] 38 15

entrance ramp [en' trcns ramp"] S3 2 1 en vel ope rh' va lop lJ 46 16, 83 3 1 eq uator nkwa:! t ar] 71 70 erase [I ras'] 77 3 eraser [lra's::Ir] 76 It escarole res' ka rullJ 6 7

dustpan Idust' p~n!J 35 8

esophagus [1 sOf' 0 g as] 5 61

feve r [fe'vdr} 40 2

eagle le' gel] 64 5

eucalyptus [yoo' ka lip' tas] 61 27

field Ife ldl 81 16

ear [Ir) 4 34

Europe lyObr' "p 1 70 3

fields and courses [feldz ' a nd ktk ' SJz]

(ear ot) corn [ff';;IV kom ' J 6 12 earmuffs [Yr ' mUfs ' J 19 10 eanings fi"r 'lngzJ 23 1

examining table [I g zam' a nfng

exhaust pipe [Ig zost' pip" ] 52 33

fighter plane [ti ' t or pliin IJ 48 I

Earth [urth] 74 8, 13

ex it ramp leg' zTt rIimp' l 53 2

file cabinet

east le st) 71 73

ex it sign leg' zft sIn'] S3 24

East China Sea lest' chi' na se'l 70 38

Expre ss M<>.i I (package) [Ik spres' mal pak l Ij] 46 23

file clerk Itil , kliirk I] 83 23 filefolder lfil' fOl I dar] 83 22

eat let) 17 I

extension cord Ilk sten' shan kord'l

dryer [drI'orl 35 24 duck [dukJ 11 25, 64 25 (duck) pond [duk' pond!] 87 8 du gout Idug ' owt"] 93 13 dump truc k Idump ' tnik IJ 49 14

ee l [e l] 65 4

'

ta' bJ11

39 6

36 5

m5

feather ffCdh '<lr] 64 7a feather duster [fCdh' or diis' tar] 3S 2

fen ce [fens] 81 9 fe nde r [ten' do r) 52 10 ferry

Ifer' e) 58

17

95 fig [fig] 9 2 1

[m' k~b l 0

not) 83 21

file t (1l Ia ' J 11 28 fill IfilJ 26 9 fil m [film) 100 10, 100 17

egg [eg) 18 32, 64 13

eye

egg roll [eg ' r61 !J 1825 eggplant leg ' pl~nt! 1 72 1

eye drops [i' drops" ] 41 10 ey e shadow ["1 ' shi1 1 d6] 23 30

finger [fing ' gar] 4 25

elbow [el' bOJ 4 8

eyebrow IT ' brow 'l 5 44

fingern ail [flog ' ggr nal ' ] 423

electric dri ll [lIOk' trl k drll 'l 37 43

eyebrow pencil [I' brow pen' SJII

fingerpri nts Iflng ' gcr prf nts "] 43 24

electric guitar (i lek' trfk gI tar 'I 99 26 electric generator [il~k' trik gen' ora tor] 80 2 1

electrical tape [l ick' trf k cl tap'l 37 34

23 26 eyelashes [i' lash I oz] 5 46

filter paper [fiI 't;)rpa ' pdr] 7816

fin [finJ 65 3b

finish line

Ifin' Ish ll n "] 95 2 1

fire [llrJ 28 9, 42 5 fire engine [fir' en l j an] 42 2

eye lid [i' lid I) 5 45 eyeliner ri' li 1 nor] 23 33

fire escape (fir' J skap'l 42 4

fa bric softener [tab ' rtk s6' fa nar]

fire ext inguisher

35 27

[fTr' Ik sting' gwf shor] 42 11

to

electr ician [Ll ek LrI ' shan ] 85 6

face [rasl 4 I

fire fighter lfrr ' ffl t or] 42

electricity [ J Ick tr'is' i te] 80 32

face guard [ras' gtird l] 92 15

fire hyd rant [fir ' hI! dront ] 42 9

electro nics [i Ick tro n'iks] 100

fire truck [l1r'trOk!) 42 3

elephant le l' 0 font I 66 17

factory work [fillJ ta re wurk" ] 85 fairway [Ier' wa'] 95 12

firefig hting Il1r ' 11' tfng ] 42

elevator [el';) vat tor] 4S 17. 80 9

fall (fOIJ 96 7

firefly Il1r'm

'J

63 17


112 fireplace [lTr' plas'l 28 8 first baseman Ifurst I has' man] 93 8

foul line [fowl f Iln"] 93 9

first qu arter [fUrst' kwor' tar] 74 23

four-door hatchback (fOrI dOT

fish [fish J 11 26, 65

51 fox [fOks] 68 6

fisherman [fish I ar man] 58 2 fishing [lTsh' 1ng I 88

foundation [fown da f shcn] 82 I t

hach' bak]

gauze pads [goz' padz'l 39 25 gavel [gay' al] 43 12 gear [girl 89 27 gear changer [gfr I chan I jar] 52 22

gears hift [gir' shift ,] 50 17 geometrical figures

fishing boat [fis h' l ng bot 'J 58 I fishing line [fIsh ' l ng lln" ] 88 8

fractions [frill;.! shanz] 79 frame [fram] 28 4 frame hackpack [fram'bak'pak\ 89 28

fishing net [fish / Tng nct ' J 88 9

freezer [frc ' zcr! 14 3, 30 20

Georgia [jor' joJ 72 10 geyser [gl ' zcr] 80 5

fishing rod [fTsh ' l ngrt)(I 'J 887

freezing Ifre ' zfng] 25 I J

gihbon [glh ' an] 69 15

n ag [nag] 76 I, 82 20, 95 9

gill [gll ] 65 3c

flamingo [Flc ming! g6] 64 29

french fries [french friz'] 18 28 ' French horn [french hUrn f ] 98 26 fried chicken [frid' 'chTk f .101 18 29

flanker [nang ' k ar] 93 3 1 '

Frisbee"

[frl z' be] 90 13

girl [gurl ] 2 9

name [n am] 29 26, 78 2 1

I tliin' ;)1shilrt'l 19 3

[je' ~ me l trf kal fig' yarz] 79

giraffe [j' raf' ] 67 29 girdle [gUr' dol] 22 15

flare [fler] 51 4 1

from [frtim] 103 ID

girl's frame [gtirlz fram /J 52 3 ' give [gfv ] 17 9

flash [nash J lOO 7

front bu mper Ifriint/bOm'p;;lr) 51 5 1

glass [glilsJ 12 20

flashl ig ht [nash'lll'] 35 3

frozen foods (fr5/z~m foQdz/]

glasses (glas f az] 21 44

flask [nask] 78 2

fruit and vegetable market

flannel shirt

frog [frog] 65 17

[froot' end vcj' to bel mar' kat] 44 28

m at) sheet [nal'shel'l 32 19 flatbed [nat' bM'1 49 18

flight attendant

14 2

Inn';) t~n' dent] 56 20

glider [gli'dor] 57 4 globe [glob] 47 19

fruit tree (froot tre' I 81 2

glove [ghiv I 92 12, 94 11, 94 15

fruits [froots J 8'

glove compartme nt

night deck [n ll ' d~k 'J 7510 flight engineer rnft/~nj;) nrrI J 56 17

frying pan [fri ' l ng pan'] 30 5

gloves [gliivz] 19 I

nipper [llTp ' or] 68 12a

fuel truck [fyoo ' 01 tnlk ' ] 49 3

nippers [llTp' orz] 91 36

full mo on [fli61 ' m(;"[m' J 74 24

glue [glee J 36 33, 76 17 goa l [ge l] 92 25

floor \!lor] 32 29 Florida [!lor ' , do] 72 9

full slip [fOoI'sllpl] 22 ID

goalie [go I '

fullback \fool ' hilk ,] 93 34

florist [nor'lst l 84 1I flounder [flown' dar] 65 7 flowers [flow! arz] 60

funnel Ifun' 01] 78 17 fuselage [fyoo' so 10j'l 57 14 galaxy [gal/:lk se) 74 I

goa lpost [gO! ' post' l 93 35 goat [got] 67 28 Gobi Desert [go ' be d~z' art] 71 54 golf [golf] 94

flute [nool] 99 13

Ganges River [gan I jez r'iv I er] 7 1 67

golf bag [golf' bag I) 95 7

n y [nI] 63 18

golf ball [golf' MI/J 94 7

foal [fOl] 67 22

gangway [gang' wa'l 58 20 garage [go roj ,] 27 2 garbage can (gar l bTj kan!) 35 3 1

foggy [fOg ' c l 25 12 fold [fOld] 38 I

garbage truck [gar' blj tnlk I ] 49 6 garde n hose (gar l den h6s!] 27 14

goose [goo s [ 64 26

food [food] 6-18

gardenia [gar den" ya] 60 14

gooseberries [goosl ber' ez l 8 I I

foot [foot] 5

gardener [gard ' ncr] 85 3

gopher [go ' for] 66 8

football [fOot ' bOl'] 92,92 13

garlic [gar 'llk] 7 25

gorilla [go rn ' 0] 69 17

football field [foot' boIrcld'] 93 force ps [fOrI $;1pS} 78 28

garment bag [gar' moot bag'J S6 J

graduated cy tinder

flying mammal [m'Tog

ma' malz]

66

fry [fri] 31 15

[gluv ' kern part' merit] 50 20

e]

92 24

golf cart [golf'kart', 95 8 golf course [golf' kors'] 95 golfer [gol' fori 94 ID

garter belt [gar' tor b~ 1t ' J 22 14 (garter) snake [gar' tar sunk I) 65 9 gas gauge Igils'gaj/l 509

grains [granz] 60

gas pump [gas' pump') 53 14

grandfather [grand' fo' dhcr] 3 2

foreman (fOr'm:m] 85 13

gas tank [gas' tank 'J 50 34

grandmother [grand' mu' dhar] 3 I

fork [fork] 29 12

gas(oline) Igils' olen'J 80 28

grandparents [grand p;u-I <>n15] 2 10

fork lift [fOrk' ITft'] 58 4

(gauze) bandage [goz' ban' dfj] 39 24

grandson [grand I siln!) 2 12

forearm [fOr' arm"] 4 9 forehead [fOr' hM /J 4 32 forelegs [fOr'legz/l 66 3d

[grajl 00

a lid sil'

on dar] 78 25

granddaughter [grand ' do' tor) 2 11


113 grapefru it (grap' froot '! 8 7

handball [hAnd' b61'] 94, 94 12

hikers (hi' k arz] 88 2

grapes [griipsJ 8 I

handcuffs [hand' kufs'] 43 4

hiking boOIS [hi' kIng bootsll 19 9

graph paper (graf' pal pori 78 11

handicrafts [hAn' de krafts IJ 101

hill (hil) 88 4

grass [grd.>J 27 15

ha ndlebars [hAn' dol barz"] 52 2

Himalayas (him l

grasses [gras! az] 60

hang (hAngJ 38 6

hind legs (hind'legz'J 66 3b

grasshopper (gras' hop I er] 63 6

hang glide r (hang' gli l dar] 57 6

hi p (hip] 4 16

gra te (gr.tj 31 2

hangar [hAng ' or] 57 17

hippopotamus [hip' o pot' a mcs]

Great Sa ndy Desert

hanger [hAng' or] 32 2

0

la' az] 70 4 7

(gr.t'san'dedez' art] 7155

hard hat (hard'hilt') 21 2 8,82 4

green [gren] 95 10 greengrocer [gceo l gro 1 sar] 84 7

harmonica [har mon I;) ka] 98 30

harness (har' ncs] 89 22

66 14 hit (hit) 96 I hitchhik er [hfch Zhi' kar] 53 9 hockey stick IhOk ' e sllk l] 92 18

gri 11 [gril] 27 22, 88 12

harp [harp] 98 6

hog IhUg] 66 30

grizz ly bear [grizl le ber"] 69 23

hat [hatJ 19 18

hold [hOld) 17 12, 58 8

hatchback (Mch' bfik') 51 4 3

hole [hdl] 94 8

hatchet (hilch' ",] 36 17

ho lly [hOl' e] 61 37

Hawaii (haw6'e) 72 11

holster (hol' star] 43 8

hawk [hok] ().l 7

home plate [hOrn' plat') 93 15

hay [ha] 81 13

honeydew mel on

groce ries

rgr6/ sa rez]

ground beef

15 24

1grownd/ bef'J 10 2

grounding pl ug (grown I dfng plUg'] 36 7 guitar [gf tar 'J 98 11 Gulf of Alaska (gUlf' av

0

haze lnut(s) (ha' z al nut(s)'] 9 30

IfuJkoJ

70 17 Gu lf u f Guinea (gUlf ' ov gin' e] 70 25

(hun'edoilmeJ'anj 9 35 (h~dl

head [hed] 4, 36 42a

hood

51 47

(head of) cauliflower

hoof (hOotl 66 35 b

flow" ar] 6 I head protector [hed prd tek' tar] 94 14

hoofed mammals (hOoft' mam/ alz ] 66

gulfs [gulfs] 70

headache [hed' ak'l 40 6

hook and eye [hook' ondi'] 101 14

gun (gun] 43 7

headboard [hed' bord"] 32 14

horn [horn] 50 12, 52 5, 66 16a

headli gh ts [hod'lits

horse [hors I 66 2 1

Gu lf of Mexico (giilf / ;)v mek

SJ

ko]

70 19

gun tu rret

Igun I

tur I ;)1 ] 48 12

[hCd' ov k61

0

51 48

hook [h"r,kl 32 I , 36 16

gutter [gut' er] 27 10, 94 3

'] headphon es [hM' fOnzll 100 29

horse racing [htif.'/

gym nast Uim'nost] 9423

headrest [hed'rest

hor se-drawn carria ge

gy m nastics [jim

nas' Irks]

94

head set [hed'set

50 35 ']

83 2

raJ sfng]

94

[Mrs' dron kar' ijj 54 33

hack saw [hilk' s5 1] 36 18

'] heart [hart] 5 64

hair [her] 4 30

heat (hctj 80 27

hair dryer [her drl' ar] 34 26 ' hairbrush (her' brush I] 32 7

heating pad (he' ling padlJ 41 3

horses (hors' cz] 81 23

hedge cli ppe rs [hej ' kllp" arz] 27 29

hose [hoz] 42 8, 50 57.

hai rdresser (her dres! ar] 84 10

heel (hel) 5 50, 20 5

hot (h6tj 25 7

hal f (112) (haf) 79 30

heels [helz] 20 25

hot air balloon

half slip [haf' slipl) 22 8

height [hit] 79 34

halfback [hilf' hfiklj 93 33

heli copter (hel' 0 k6p l tor) 57 2

hot dog (hOt'dog ] 18 2 ' hot water faucet [hot' wO!: er fo' sat]

hall [hOIJ 76 12

helmet [hel'mot) 42 12, 52 7, 92 14

ham (ham] 10 12

he m [hem] 101 I 1

house plants [hows' plants I) 60 39

ham burger [ham 'bur' g arl 18 9

he m binding (hem' bln I dingJ 101 12 he rb(s) [urb(lÂť) 6 9

household items (hows! hold t! t amz]

'

hammer (ham' ar] 36 13 hammock [ham' okJ 27 11

(herd of) cattle [hurd/ >v kat' al] 81 20

hamper (ham' pari 34 28

high (hi] 24 11

hand [hand] 4

high blood pressure [hi I bliid presh" ar]

hand brake [hAnd' brak '1 52 24

40 10

horseback rider (hors' bak

n' dor]

87 6

Ihl:)t I er ba loon I} 57 1

34 17

15 15 household services [hows " hold stir' vc saz ] 85 housekeeper Ihows l kc' par] 85 8 houses

Ihow' ZJz]

27

hand gre nade [hand I grJ nad"] 48 29

high chai r (hi' cher"] 16 8

housework Ihows " wiirk , I 38

hand towel (hand' tow I al] 34 23

high heels (hi' helz'J 20 25 high way travel (hi' wa tdiv l ;;)IJ S3

Huang Ri ver Ihwilng'riv/;)c! 7 1 68

hand truck [hand' trtik I) 87 4

hubcap (hub' kap'j 50 36


114 Hudson Bay [htid I son ba/J 70 18

ironing board (11 ar nlng bord"] 35 13

knuckle (nUk/ oll 4 22

human body {hyoo l man bod I c] 4

jack [jilkl 32 26b, 50 38

hummingbird [hum/Tog burd/] 64 2

jacket [jilk /otJ 19 17. 21 33

koala (k o ol /,) 66 I labe l (la l boil 46 21

hump [hump ) 67 33 a

jackhammer

husband [hUz ' bend] 2 3, 3 12

jail [jaIl 43 I

lacrosse stick [lJ kros I stTk'1 92 16

hyac inth [hi I a sfnth] 60 to

j anitor Uan /;:l tar] 85 9

hye na (hi "I no) 68 30

jar [jar] 12 9

ladder (lad I or] 42 I , 82 8 ladybug (l a l dc bOg I ) 63 14

hypotenuse [hi p6t I;) noos "] 79 24

j aw [joJ 4 38

lamb (lam ] 10 13, 67 24

ice cream cone (is' krem conI ] 18 36

jeans [jenz] 19 6

lamp [lamp I 28 28

jeep [jep I 48 9

lampshade [lamp I shad I] 28 27

jelly [jel/el 18 31 jellyfish [jtl l e fl shll 62 12 jet engine Uet l en ' jon] 57 11

landing gear flan I dfng gYr l J 57 15

ice hockey

ITs' h?'lk' cJ

92

icepack [is/pilk'l 414

ice skates [is'skats'J 19 15 ice skating -fist skil ' ling] 94 , ice tray [i s ' tra/] 30 2 1

wuJ ham'er J

82 22

lacrosse (l;;> kros /J 92

lane [Ian] 94 4 lantern flan I tarn] 88 29 lape l (10 pel /] 20 I

jet fuel [jet I fyoo' 01 ) 80 3 1 Get) p lane [jt t l plan I) 57 18

Laptev Sea [Iap / 'evse / ) 70 33

Idaho [I "do hO'J 72 12

jeweller [j oo /o lar ] 84 12

last quarter [last I kwor " tar] 74 25

ignition [Ig nrsh/ an] 50 14

jewelry [joo I 01 rc l 23

launchpad [lonch Z p~dl) 75 15

iguana [l gW6 ' ne 1 65 13 Illinois [il l , noy/ ] 72 13

jewelry box [joo I 01 re boks I] 32 4

laundry (Ion I dre] 35 28

j igsaw [jlg l so) 36 3

laundry basket [Ion I dre bas I kot] 35 29

in (in) 102 7

j oc key [jok I cl 94 2 1

laundry detergent [ldn I dre d a tUr' j cnt]

in front of [i n frUn t ;1v 1 102 6

jogging path [jo g I Ing path I] 87 9

icy [i

'

se) 25 16

in-box (in

' 12 boks] 83

35 25

judge [juj ] 43 IQ

lawn mower [Ion I mo ' ar ] 27 12

ju kebox [jook Zboks l) 16 12

lead guitarist [led I gf ttir/ ist ] 99 25

j ump [jump] 96 8

leaf [lef] 60 36a

jungle gym [jung/oljim/l 87 17

leave [lev] 77 13

Jupiter Uool p::l tar] 74 15

le ft fielder [left I fell dar] 93 I

jury [jiJorl e] 43 2 1

left guard [left I gard IJ 93 26

infection fro ~k I sha n] 40 14

jury box [joor " c bOks l ] 43 20

left lan e [Ieft

inflatab le raft [in fl li' 1:1 b;11 raft') 59 20

ka ngaroo [kang" go roo/) 66 3

' lefttack le (IH'/tilk/ ol) 93 25

information de sk (in l for mal shan d t sk l] 47 22

Kansas [ka.n zas] 72 16 ' Kara Sea (kar/ o se /] 70 3 1 kayak Iki I ilk] 59 17 Ken tucky [ken tuk I e) 72 17

leg (Itg] 4 17, 10 14 , 11 20

' (index) finger (1n deks fing" gar] 4 25 Indian Ocean [In I' de on 6/ shan"] 70 13 Indiana [in de ~nl 0] 72 14 ' individual sports

[Inf da vij' 00 J l sports ' ] 94

injection [1njtk 'shan] 41 8

inj uries [In ' j J feZ] 40

insec t bite [i n I sekt bit 'I 40 3

Hm/J 535

(legal) pad (le I g,1 pad I] 83 26 lemon [Iem an] 8 9 ' Lena River lIe l n e rTv/;:lr! 71 66 length [length] 79 36

instep [In I step ' J 5 5 1

ke tchup [kech I cp J 16 4 kettledrum (kt,1 01 drum l [ 98 2 1 keyboard [ke' bord l) 98 la, 100 33

instruments (In I stra msnts J

keyboard play er [ke' bord pial ar] 99 22

letter IItt I or] 46 7

kick stand [kik I stand '1 52 9

letter carrier [let ';:lr kar' yar] 46 3 lettuc e [let ':;IS 1 6 6

insects [In I sekts] 63

39 13, 56 14, 98 internal orga ns [In tOrl nal ()rl ganz] 5 intersectio n [In' tar sek l shan] 44 11 interstate highway (1n l tar stat hl l wal 53 I intestines [In tcs l tanz] 5 67

kidney [kid I ncl 5 70 kid ney bean(s) [kid I

ns ben(z)I] 6 13

len s [lenz ] 100 6 leopard [lep lordJ 68 I

level [lcv 10IJ 82 3

kitchen (kich Ion ) 30

librarian [IJ brer" e an] 47 23

kite [kit] 91 22

library card fll-l brcr is kiird'l 47 3

kitten (ki,/ on ] 68 5

libraryelerk (Ii I brer c klilrk ,) 47 I

knee [ne] 4 19

license plate [Il' sons pHit/ J 50 28

iris [i-I res] 5 47, 60 11

knee socks (ne s6ks' ) 22 16 ' knife [nif] 29 15

iron (n) [i/om ] 35 12

knitting [nlt /lng ] 101 22

lid (lidJ 30 9 life jacket Ili f l jak I et ] 59 I life preserver [lIf l pra ztir' var] 90 9

iron (v ) [i /omJ 38 II

knitting needle (nTt/Tn g ne ' d el] 101 25

lifeboat [Ii f / OOlI] 58 19, 90 10

into (in too] 103 12 ' Iowa (i/ o wo ] 72 15


115 lifeguard [lIf' gard/] 90 6

low [I6J 24 12

matches [mach' az] 16 28

lifeguard chair (lif' gard Chef'] 90 8

lunar eclipse (loo' nar I klfps"] 74 6

material

light (v) lIit) 17 13

math [mathJ 79

light (ad)) [Iitl 24 9

lunar modu le [100 nar moj' oolJ 75 7 ' lunch box [lOneh'bOks'J 20 31

mattress [mA'tr;)s] 32 17

light switch (lit I swIch'l 32 25

lunch truck [luneh'tnlk'l 49 8

measurement [mczh' or mant] 79

lightbulb [lit' hiilb'l 35 22

lung [lung) 5 63

meat [met] 10

lighter (ll'ror) 16 30

machine gu n [rna shen' gtin"] 48 25

meatballs [met' bolz'] 18 11

lighthouse [lit' hows'] 58 14

magazine [mi1g';>

lily [Ill ' e J 60 3

magnet [mag' not) 78 27

lima bean(s) [11' mo ben(z)'] 6 16

ma gnifying glass [mag' ne ff Ing gias / ]

zen' ) 47 16

78 15

lime [Ilm] 8 10

[ID;;!

lir' e:ll] 101 4

mechan ic [ma kAn' Ik] 84 2

rme' de

a] 86 medical care [med' 0 kJI ker'l 39 medi a

medicine [med ' o son] 41 medicine chest rmed' J son chest"!

line [ll n] 58 25

magnolia [mag nal' ya] 61 29

lines [11HZ] 79

mail [mall 46 2

lines man [Il nz f man ] 82 .17

mail slo t (mal's IOl'J 46 13

lion [11' on] 68 3

mail truck (mal'trCik'] 46 5

lip [lip] 4 43

mailbag [mal' bag') 46 4

lipstick [lIp'Sllk'] 23 29

mai lbo x [mal' bOks'] 46 I

liquor (bottle) [lIk'or bOt' al] 16 22

M aine [man] 72 19

mel on [mel' on] 9 35

liste n [ITs! an] 77 6

maintenance [man' Id nans] 95

menu [men' yooJ 16 7

little finger [IIt';:I) flog' gar] 4 28

make (thebed) [mak'dho bed'] 38 8

Mercury [mlir' kya re] 74 11

little league baseball [Hr 1;)1 leg has l bol]

makeup (mak' up') 23

merry-go-round [mer' c go rownd "]

92

mallet (m,i1'itJ 36 I1

[In'

~Ileg' or] 92 8

34 14 medicine dropper [mM';) san d rop' ar] 78 26 Mediterranean Sea (med / "i td ra/ nc dn se ' ) 70 24

I

87 5

mammals [mam ' slz ] 66-69

message pad [mes'ij pad ' ) 83 25

little toe (lIt' 01 t6'I 5 55

man [man] 2 2

messenger [mes'Jnj :;lr! 86 19

liver lHv! ar ] 5 65

manager [ml1 n ' l j ;;lr] 83 18

metal detector [met ';)1do tck' tar]

livestock [lIv'stOk 'j 81 12

mandolin [man d;;l ITn/] 98 4 ' mane [man] 66 2 1a

meteor [me' te er] 74 5

mango [mang' go] 8 5

meter [me I tar] 55 23

living room [liv /i ngroom 'l 28

manhole [man' ha l ' J 45 32

mezzanine [mez';) nen I) 99 13

lizard [Ilz' ard] 65 15

mantel [man' tal] 28 7

Michigan [mIsh';) gan] 72 22

llama (IOm'oJ 66 15

ma ntis [man' tfs] 63 7

microfilm [ml' kra fflm"] 47 13

loaf [1Of] 12 7

manual tran smission

microfilm reader (m! I kra

Little Leaguer

living quarters [nv l log kw or" tarz] 75 11

loafer (16' for) 21 4 2

[man/ yoo ~I rrnnz mlsh" en] 50

56 10

47 14

mm re' dor]

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lobby [lOb' c) 44 2

map [map] 70

lobster [IOb'stor] 10 30. 62 13

maple [ma' poll 61 38

lock [IOkl 52 13 locker [IOk' ar] 76 6

marigold [mar ' 0 g6ld') 60 6 marine [me ren 'J 48 18

middle finger [mId ' ~I fing l gcr] 4 26

locksmith [IOk'smith'] 85 4

Marines [ma renz'] 48 17

milk [milk ] 14 5

log [log I 28 10

Mars [marz] 74 14

Minicam"

long (long] 24 2

Maryland [mer' 0 land] 72 20

Minnesota [mi n' d s6 ' t ~ ] 7223

long joh ns [long' jOnz'] 22 7

mascara [ma skar' J] 23 28

long sleeve [long/ s!ev'J 20 15

mashed potatoes [mas ht' p~ ta toz]

mirror [mlr a r] 32 5 Mi ssissippi '[mls' a sTp' eJ 72 24

loose [loosJ 24 4

(loose-leaf) paper (Ioos/Ief pa I pa r] 76 13 loudspeaker [lowd " spe' kar] 76 3

18 17 mask [mask] 91 35 Massachusetts (maS';) choo' sfts] 72 21

Loui siana [loo e' ze anI:>] 72 18

mast [mast) 59 8

lounge chair {Iownj' cher"] 27 24

mat [mat] 50 22

microscope {mT' kra skop'] 78 30 microwave oven (ro!' kro wav iiv' an ] 30 23

[min' c kam ' ] 100 2

Mississippi River [mTs' a sTpl e 71 58 Missouri [rnl zoor l e) 73 25 mitt [mit] 27 20 mi tten s (mit' cnz] 19 11

nv'

er]


116 mixed vegetables lml ksr" vej ' ta bal z I

[myoo '

18 16

NorthAmerica [north ' ;:l mer/ ;:l k Jj

musical instruments kcl In ' strc mants ] 98

mixingbowi lmik' slng bo il ) 3024

mUSICIan [myoo zIsh ' go } 99 10

70 I North Atlantic [north /at lan 'tik] 701 1

mobile [mo I bel ] 33 2

mussel(s) [mus " I(z)J 11 34, 62 3

N orth Carolina [north / kar o 1I ' ne J

model [modi olJ 86 5

mustache [mus ' tash] 4 40

ZJ

73 33

mus tard [mus 't;:lrd ] 18 1

North Dakota [north / do ko l tc] 73 34

nail [nal ] 37 41

North Pacific [north I pa slf'lk ] 70 9

money [mOn l e] 12

nail clippers [naI' klfp ' arz] 23 31

N0l1h Sea [north I se l] 70 21

money order [muo' ear' d ar] 46 18

nail pol ish [nai ' pa l ' ish ] 23 25

nose [noz] 4 36, 57 8

nailbrush [nal ' brush I] 34 20

nostril [nos 'trll j 4 37

monkey [mi1ng/ ke] 69 14

napkin [nap' kfn] 29 14

nozzle [noz ';)l ] 4217

monkey wrench [rnung" ke renc h"]

natural gas [nach ':lr;)1gas ' ] 80 29

nuclear reactor [noo ' kle or re ak / tar]

36 12 ' monorail lmon f

Navy [naive] 48 13

Mojave Desert [mo hov'

e dez '

art]

71 48

m onitor [mon!

tor ] 100 32

J

80 13

Nebraska [na bras" ka J 73 27

nurse [ntlrs ] 39 19

neck [nek ] 4 4

nut [nut] 37 39 nuts [nuts] 9

mooring [moor ! 109] 59 19

necklace [nek lis] 23 6 nec tarine [nekf' ta ren'l 8 17

oak [ok] 61 33

moose [moos] 67 35

needle [ne I do l] 39 26, 60 34a, 101 18

oar [i)rJ 59 22

mop [ mop] 35 6

needlecrafts [ne' dJI kra fts IJ 101

oarlock [or ' mk ' ] 59 2 1

(mop)refill [mop /re /nll 3S 11

needlepoint [ne ' dal poynt "] 101 26

oats [ots I 60 23

mortar (mijr' t;)[ 1 48 28

Ob River [ob ' rlv ' ar ] 71 64

mosqui to 1m3 ski? ! t6J 63 13

neighborhood parks [na bor hood parks I } 87

motel [m6 te l /J 90 3

nephew [nef' yoo] 3 13

moth [ moth ] 63 2 1

Neptune [ncp ' toon] 74 18

mother [mudh!;)f I 3 4

nest [nest ] 64 31

occupations [ok ya pa l shanz] 84-86 ' ocean liner [6 ' shan ll' nar [ 58 27

motorail [m6t';)f oyl 'J 8033

net [net] 92 23

oceans [(l' sh;) nz l 70

Nevada fno vad ' a J 73 28

octopus [ok ' to pes] 62 6

motorboat [m6 t ' or bdt "] 59 13

new [noo ] 24 13

office [o ' n sJ 83

motorcycle [mdt I er 51 ' k;)l] 52 30,

New Hampshire [noo l hamp / shar]

office bui lding [0 ' ffs bil' dfng] 44 1

Montana Im(m

J

ral' ] 55,29

tan' 3 1

73 26

Moon [m60n1 74 9

'

skoo' 13r1

motor scooter [mot' ;)[

52 29

oboe [6 66] 98 IS ' obtuse angle [ob toos '

ang ' gal ]

79 5

53 19 mountain [mown ' t;)oJ 89 19

New Jersey [noo l ju r ' ze] 73 30

Ohio [6 hi I oJ 73 35

mountain climbing [m own! tan klim' Ing]

New Mex ico lnoo / mek' sd ko ] 7331

oil [oyl] 38 12

new moon [noo' moon'J 74 26

oil we ll loyl' wel/J 80 1

mountain ranges [mown I tan ran ' jaz] 7 1

New York {noo /york ' ] 7332

mouse [mows] 66 9 mousetrap [mowsv trap ' ] 35 32

newscaster [nooz kas' tar] 86 2 ' newspaper [niT<\ z ' pa' par] 21 48

ointment [oynt" meri t] 41 9 Ok lahoma [0 ' klc hO l mo [ 73 36

mouth [mowth] 4 2

newsstand [nooz' stand

89

72 29

officer [o 'nsJr] 86 13

45 30

mover [m()() ' var] 49 12

'] next to [nckst ' too ] 1021 1

movie camera [moo ' vc bim/;:l ro ]

nic kel [nlk' ,I [ 13 28 niece [nes] 3 14

100 15

old [old) 24 14 00 00

[on] 102 5 top of [on topl ovJ 102 10

onion(s) [uo yon(z)] 7 31 ' 24 15, 31 3 open [6 pa n] ' optician [i)ptlsh ';)n ] 849

moving van [moo ' vfn g van '1 49 11

NigerRiver [nI 'jJrrlv ' ar ] 7161

mow [mol 26 6 mum [mum] 60 4

night table [nll ta' b,l] 32 27 nigh tgown [nit '' gown I] 22 2 1

orange [or 'lnjJ 8 8

muscle [mus ' gl ] 5 62

nightstick [nit 'stlk/j 43 9

orangutan [3rang '3 tan'] 6918

mushroom(s) [m ush room(z) ] 7 30 musi c lmyoo' zfk] '99

Nile River [nll ' rlv ' or] 71 63 oipple [nfp I 01 ] 33 18

orbit [or bft] 74 21 ' ' chard] 81 I orchard [or

musical comedy

north [north [ 71 71

orchestra [o r ' k o stra ] 99 6

[ myoo Z Z J k J I kom "

J

de ] 99

oral hygienist [or ';:,1 hi je ' nfst] 39 14


117

(or ' ka strc set' Ing]

orchestra seating

1

99 12 orchid [or' kid[ 60 12 order [or'd;)r] 17 5 Oregon [or!;) gan] 73 37 organ lor l gcn] 98 29

papaya [p a pi' ya J 8 6 paper [pa' par] 76 13

penguin [pen' gwi n] 64 27

paper clips [pa' per kllps'J 83 28 paper towels lpa I par tow 'J1z) 35 23

pepper shaker [pep' ar sha' kcr] 29 9

para chute [parI J shoot'] 48 6

ostrich ((') s ' trlch l 64 12

parakeet [par' 0 ket] 64 15 parallel lines [parI J lellinz /] 79 4

otter (ot ' ar] 68 10

paramedic [parI

out of [owt' av] 103 7

IoWl! bord mo ' tar]

med ' Ik ] 42 7 Parana River [pa r';'l n6 1 d v ' ar] 71 60 parents Ipar l ants] 2 6 J

peop le (pe' pal ] 2 pepper(s) [pep' or(z)J 7 22 percussion [per kilsh l en] 98 perfume [pur ' fyoom] 23 27 periodicals section [pi'r l e Od' 0 k alz sek sh on] 47 15 ' periscope [pe r' 0 skopll 48 8

59 12 outer space [owt / or spas"] 74

park [park I 87

perpendicular lines [purl pan dlk ' ya lar linz 'J 79 2

park ranger [park' ran' j ar] 88 5

Persian Gu lf [pur ' zhon gu lf ,] 70 28

outlet [owl'lot] 36 6

parka Ipar ' ko ] 19 8

personal computer (PC) [pur ' sa nJI kcm pyoo ' t;'Jr ll

outboard motor

oval ({l'vol l 79 18

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parking lights [par' kin g IllS'] 51 49

oven [uv' en] 30 32 over [ljl vor] 103 8

parking garage (parI king g;'l raj 'l

overalls (6' var o lz'] 21 30

parking meter [par' king me' tar]

overcoat

16 / vdr k6t ' l 19 20

[pe'se'l lOO 3 1 perso nnel (pur' sa n~ l/l 4H

4S 19

petal [pe t' alJ 60 18b petri dish [pet' re dish IJ 78 3

45 20

overhead projector [0' var hed pro jek l t or] 76 27

parrot [par' alJ 64 16 pan [part ] 4 3 1

petunia [p a toon' Y;'lJ 60 7 pharmaci st [HiT'rrn sist) 84 I

overpass (6! v er pas 'l 53 3

pass [pa s] 96 5

ow l [owlI 64 6 oyster(s) [oY' st ar(z ' J II 33. 62 2 pacifier [pas / :J n l ;'IT] 33 22

passenger [pas ' Tn j er] 55 25 passenger car [pas' i njJr kar / ) 53 15 pasture [pas ' char] 81 6

phases of the moon (la I Z;'lZ ;'IV dha moon , ] 74

pack [pak] I3 16

patient [pa'shontl 39 20

pack age [pak ' lj l 12 4. 46 19

patio [pal' c o'l 27 17 pattern Ipat ' am ] 101 7

phone [fen] 32 26

paddle [pad ' ol J 59 3. 94 18 pail [p,H J 90 16

pattern piece [pat ' ern pes'J 101 6 paw [pO] 69 29a

photocopy machine [fo ta kop e ma she n"] 47 18

paint (v) [pant] 26 I

pay [pal 17 7

photographer [fa tOg' ra far] 86 4

paint (n) [pant] 37 3 1

peal s) [pe(z , ) 6 17

photography [fa tOg' re feJ lOO

paintbru sh [pant' brush l[ 37 30 Painted De sert [pan l tad dez' art] 7 1 49

peach [pechl 9 37

piano [pe an' oJ 98 I piccolo [plk' a 10lJ 98 12

painter [pan I t:Jr] 85 7

pick (v) [pfk] 26 7

painting [pan! li ng I 28 5

peak [pekl 89 20 peanot(s) [pe ' nut(s) '1 9 28

(pair 00 scissors [per';,v sIz' crz]

pear [per] 8 18

pickup truck [plk ' up truk' l 49 4

pedal [ped' 01 1 39 18. 52 19

picka x [pik ' aks 'l 82 13

pajamas [pa jom' az] 22 19

pedestrian [pa d~ s ' tre an] 44 12

pickle [pik ' all 18 8

palm [po m] 4 29. 61 26

pee l (n) [pel l 9 20a

picnic area [pik'nik er' eo] 88

pan [pan l 37 28

pee l (v) [pell 31 5

picnic basket [pik l nfk has' kat] 88 13

pancakes [pa n' kaks l] 18 5

pegboard [peg ' bord" ] 36 15

picnic tab le [pik'nlkta'b ;,l] 88 15

pancreas [pang ' kre as] 5 7 1 panda [pan do l 69 20 panel truck [pan ' 01truk "] 49 9 pansy (pa n' ze l 60 2 panties [p~n' tez I 22 11 pants [pants] 21 27 pantyhose [pan' le h6z'l 22 5

pelica n [pe l' 0 ka n] 64 24

piece [pe s] 12 22

pencil [pen ' s,11 76 24

pier [pfr] 58 3 pierced earring (pYrst / rr/ing J 2J 16

pad [pad l 83 ¡26

101 I7

peacock

[pe' kOk'J

pencil eraser (pen '

64 18

5;;1

J ra ' scr] 76 2 1

pheasant lfez' ont] 64 19 Phillips screwdriver [fil l Ips skroo ' dr'i vor ] 37 25 photocopier [16' to kapl ear] 83 24

pick (n) [pfk ] 98 ll a

pencil sharpener [pen' sol shar" po nar] 76 20. 83 30

pigeon (pij' an i 64 1

Pennsylvania [pen SJI van' ya] 73 38

pillow [pn' 0] 32 16

penny [pen' e] 13 27

pillo wcase [pn' 0 kas l] 32 15

pill [pfl] 41 7

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118

n' brcr c J

pilot [pl' lot] 5615

po lish [pol'ishJ 38 3

public library [pub' lfk

pin [pin ] 23 8. 94 5. 101 20 pincushion (pIn' koosh l en] 101 3

po lka dot [pO'kodot'] 2419

pine [pi n] 60 34

pony [po' ne] 67 20

pineapple [pln ' apl cl] 8 4

poplar [pop'lorJ 61 30

public transportation [pub Ilk trans pa r ta I shan ] 54 ' public telephone [pub' Il k 0 fen ] 447

ping-pon g [ping' pong') 94

porch [porch) 27 6

puck [puk) 92 17

ping-pong ball [ping' pong bel"] 94 19

porc upi ne [pOr' kya pln/J 66 11

pump [pump) 13 14, 52 2 1

pinking shears (pi ng ! king slurz"]

po rk [pork J 10 6

pumpkin [pump' kIn) 7 26

pork chops [pork' chops'J 18 15

punishment (pun/ish mant] 43

port [port] 58 porter [pOr'tor] 56 5 porthole [pOn' hol/J 58 21 post [post] 23 18 post offi ce (post' or'Is) 44 9, 46 pos tal worker [pOst t;)1 wOc' kcr] 46 14 postcard [post' kard"] 46 17 postm ark (post I mark I] 46 9

pupil [pyoo' pal] 5 48

101 5 pipe [plpJ 16 26. 35 18 pipette [pi p<lt'J 78 14 pit [pit) 8 37a pitcher [pich' or) 29 4, 93 12 pitcher's mound {pich';,rz rnownd"] 93 1I pitchfork [pich' fOrk'] 81 14

pond [pondJ 87 8

pizza [pet' s~ J 18 30 plaid [plad] 24 22 plane [pla nJ 57 18 planets [plan ' ats] 74 plant {t') [plant] 26 4 plants (11) [plants ] 60 plate [plat J 29 13 plateau (pia t6'1 88 I

pouched mammals [powcbr /

platform [plat' form ' I 54 1I

,el'

pot [pOtJ 30 13

I pOt' holl dOTJ 30 34 potato chips [pc la.' to chips'] 18 4

pot holder

puppy [pup' e] 69 27 purse [purs] 20 23 push [po<>shJ 26 12 putter [put' orJ 94 9 puzzle [pilz' olJ 33 3 1 pyramid [pIr'

0

mld"] 79 25

quantities [kwon ta tez] 12 ' quarter [kwor' tor ) 11 18, 13 30, 79 3 1 q uarterback [kwor ' tor bOk '1 93 32

potato(es ) [p a ta' W(z)1 7 23

quill [kwfl ] 66 I l a

potty [pOt' c ) 33 33

quilting Ikwll' tfng] IO! 32

pouch [powchJ 66 3c

rabbit [rab ' lt) 66 13

roam'

olz]

66

raccoon [r~ koon ' 1 68 7 race track [ras I tdik '1 95 (rac ing) handlebars

playground [pia ' grownd "] 87 15

poultry [pm ' tre] 10

playpen [pia ' pen IJ 33 30

pou r [por] 31 4

pleasure boating [plt:zh' er bo l n og ] 59 pliers [pli' arz ] 36 19 plug [plug] 37 43d

power lines [pawl ar ITnz'J 80 24

[ra ' sing han' dol barz] 52 2 rack [rak] 47 17, 78 8

power sander [pawl ar san ' dar] 37 26

racket [rilk' ItJ 94 2

power saw [pawl ar sol ) 27 25

racquet [rak'itJ 94 29

plum [plum) 9 34

power station Ipow / er sta' shan] 80 20

racquetball [rOk ' It bol '] 94 30

plumber [plum ' or) 85 I

prepositions [prep' a zi I shanz]

radiator (ra de at' ar] 51 56 radio [ra ' de' o 'J 50 18

plunger [pliln' jar] 35 14

Pluto [ploo'toJ 74 19 pock et [pok' et ] 21 4 1 pod [pOdJ 6 17a

102. 103 primates [pr,1 mats} 69

radishfes) [rad' ish (n)1 7 29

print [print) 24 2 1

printer [prin'torJ 83 4

radius [rJ. ' de as] 79 14 raft [raft] 89 16

podium [pO'dc cm] 99 7

printout [prInt' owt"] 83 8

rafters [raf'torzJ 82 I

poinsetti a [poyn s/t'c '" 60 15 poison ivy [poy' zan r ve ] 61 45

prints [prfnts] 100 I I

rafting [raf'tlng] 89

prism [prlz' am] 78 I

rags [ragz] 35 4

poison oak [poy/ zan ok 'J 61 43

pri vate jet [prf I vat j~t/] 57 3

rain boots (ran' bOOts/J 19 25

poison sumac [poy/ zan so01 rnak]

produce [prOd' oosJ 14 9

raincoat (flln kat') 21 38 ' rainy [ran'eJ 25 I

'

61 44 poisonous plants (poyl Z;) n;JS plants']

47

programs [pro I gramz] 99 17 projector [pro jek' tor) lOO 16 propane gas [pro I pan gas' ) 80 30

raise (one's hand) (rJ.z' wunz h5.nd' l 77 1

polar bear [rxl l ' or ber/J 69 22

propeller plane [pro pel' or pla n"] 57 7

raisirus) (r<1' zan(z)J 9 24

po le [pO l) 94 34, 95 14

prosecuting attorney [pro l sa kyoo tfng a tfirl ne ) 43 17 pru ne [proo nI 9 22

rake ( v) [rdk ] 26 10

61

police offi cer [pc le s! of' o 5;)[ ) 43 6 police statio n IpJ les' s15.' shcn] 43

rake (n) [rak ) 27 30 ranch [ra nch] 81


119 ranch house [ranch bows"] 27 ' ranching (ranch I fog) 81

return address Ire ttim ' a dres ,} 46 8

route r [row't;)r1 37 37

rhinoc eros [r'i n6s'

J

row lI1i l 47 11, 81 18

rapids [ra p' idz] 89 17

Rhode Island [rOd '

sr la nd]

ras h (rash] 40 I

rice [rls ] 60 2 1

raspberri es (raz ber ' ez] 8 16 ' rat [rat] 66 7

ride [rfd ] 97 13

ras] 66 16 73 39

rowboat [ro' bot '] 59 23 Rub t al Khali Desert (rdOb' iil kOI '

e dcz' all}

71 52

rider (rr' d cr] 54 6

rubber tubing (rub' er toob/ ing] 78 18

rifle [rr' fa ll 48 2 1

rudder (rud ' or] 59 5

rattlesnake [riit!;)) soak / ] 65 IQ

right angle [rit' ang' gal] 79 23

rug (rug] 32 28

razor [r.1' zar] 23 20 razor blade s Ira ' z or bladz"] 23 23 read IrCdI 77 4 real estate age nt [rei';) stat j ant] 85 5 rear bumpe r [ efr bum' par] 50 42 rearview mirror '[efr / vyoo mrc ! ar] 50 7 receipt [ra set' l 15 20 , 55 24 receiver ITJ se l VJ r] 100 2 1 receptionist [ra sepf sha nest] 86 17 recl iner [CJ kli l n ar] 28 16 records (rck ' ardz J 100 23 rectangle (rck ' tang' g al] 79 19 RedSea [rcd ' se '] 7029 redwood [red ' wd"6d'J 61 25 (reel of) film (rc l ' av mm '] 100 17 referee [rcf' a rc 'l 93 22, 94 16

right fielder (rft' feI' dar] 93 3

ruler (roo 'lar] 76 23

rig ht gua rd [rft' garctf] 93 28

run (ru n] 96 6

rig ht lane (rft' lan'l 53 7

rung [rung] 82 9

rig ht tackle (rft' tak' all 93 29 righ t triangle (rH' tri l ang g al] 79 22

runner (run'ar] 9123,94 3 1 runway (riio' wa ,] 57 19

rind [rind] 8 8b

sadd le (slid ' all 94 20

ring(s) [rlngtzj] 23 2, 74 16a, 94 17 ring binder Iring ' bi n l dar] 76 14

safety g lasses (sU'te glas l az] 78 12

ring finger (ring' f1ng ' gcr] 4 27 ring stand [ri ng'stand / ) 78 19

safety pin (sar'te pin'] 33 11

ra ule

Irat '

all 33 2 1

a'

reference section [ref' a ran ssck' shan] 47 21 (referen ce) librarian

[reI";) rans Ii beer ' e on] 47 23

safety goggles [sU' te gogl alz] 94 28 Sahara Desert [se her l

J

dez l ort]

71 5 1

rink Inngk l 94 25 Rio Grande River [reI 0 gra nd I nv ! ar]

71 57

sail (saI] 59 9 sai lboard (sal ' bord/] 59 15

rivers Iriv ' crz] 71

sai lboat (saI ' bOt' ] 59 4

road sign Irexl' sin '] S3 23

sai lor [sai ' or) 48 14

road work [rOd ' wurk "] 82

salad bow l Ism' ad bOl'l 29 25

run' ar]

roast [rost! 10 3, 10 8

salad dressing [sal/ :)(j dre s' Ing] 18 12 salamander Isal l J man' dar] 6S 14

roa stin g pa n [1'{l s ' tlng pan' ] 30 17 robes [r5 bz] 43 11

salespe rso n [salz pur l san ] 86 12 salt sha ker Isoh l 'sha ' kc r] 29 10

robin [rob ' in] 64 9

sand (v) [sand I 26 14

rock group [rok' groop"] 99

roa drunner [rOd '

64 32

refill Ire' m/ l 35 11

rocket (rok ' at] 75 13

sa nd (n) (san d l 90 3 1 sand du nes Isand l dconz" ] 90 12

refinery rea fil na re] 80 12

rocks [roks I 88 1I

sand trap [sa nd' trap ' ] 95 11

reflector [ra flek' tor] 52 25

rocking cha ir Irok ' lng cher"] 33 16

sa nda l (san'd al) 20 19

refreshm ent stand

sa nd box

(cJfresh 'm ant sHind '] 90 2 refrigerator [ra frij/ ;) ra' tar] 30 19

Rocky Mountains [ruk e mown ' t anz] ' 71 40 roden ts [ro'dants] 66

sa ndpape r [sand' pal par] 37 27

reins [rdnz] 94 22

roU [rol) 12 11, 18 19

relationshops IfJ la ! shan ships"] 2 remed ies frem /;) dezl 41

(roll of) film (roI' av film 'l 100 10

sa ndwich (saod ' wfch] 16 16 sa nitatio n worker

re mote control [ro mot l k an tr61/ J

roUing pin [rol' ing prn'] 30 25

Sat urn [sat' am] 74 16

rolodex [rol' a deks'] 83 14

saucepan [sos I plin'l 30 8

repair [ra per' l 38 10

rooster [roo'stJr] 64 21

saucer (so ' sar] 29 21

repairperson [~perl purl sari] 84 5

roof

reporte r [ra por I tor] 86 11

root (root l 60 35d

saw Iso ] 36 8

reptiles (rep' tiIz ] 65

rope [rop ] 89 23

saxopho ne (sak.' sa fOn'l 98 24

rescu e Irl:sl kyoo] 42

rose (ro7. ) 60 18

scaffold ing (skM' 01df ng ] 82 7

restaura nt Irl:sl to ra nt] 16

roto r (n') ' ta r] 57 2a

scale (s kaI l 14 7, 34 32, 78 4

retriever [re tre I vor] 69 26

rough [rti f] 95 6

sca\lop(s) (sk al ' ap(sÂť) JJ 35, 62 10

28 17

roUer (rol' or] 37 29

I roof! 27 4

Isand '

boks I] 87 13

sandcastle (san d ' kas l 01] 91 32

[san o ta/ sha n wur' kar] 49 7

sa usage Iso I sTj I 10 7


120 scarecrow [sker l kro'] 81 19

shank [sbank ] 36 43b

sink [slngk] 34 19

scarf [skarf] 19 19

shark (shark] 65 5

sister [sis 't;;Jr ] 3 10

scenery [se ' OJ re] 99 2 school [skool] 76, 77

shaving cream [shat vlng krem I) 23 22 sheep [shep] 67 25, 81 10

sister-in-law [SIS' tar In W' ] 3 8 six-pack [slks ' pak l] 13 13

science lab [sI ' ans Bib' I 78 scissors [slZ ';Jfz] 101 17

sheet [shet] 32 19

skate (n ) [skat ] 94 26

sheet music [shet ' myoo! ilk] 98 2

skate (v) [skat] 97 9

scoreboard [skor ! bord"] 93 19 scorpion [skor" pe en] 63 8 scouring pad [skowr Zlog pad'l 30 11

shelf [shelf] 14 6, 47 26

skein [skan] 101 24

shell [shell 48 27, 62 l a, 65 18a,

ski [ske] 95 17 ski boot [ske ' boot I] 95 15

scrape [skrap] 26 15

90 40 shellfi sh [shel ' fish I] 11

scraper [skrap Z or] 36 14

shepherd [sher' ard] 69 28

skilift [ske'llft

screen [skrc n] 27 19, 100 14

shingle [shi ng! g al] 82 2

'] ski slope [ske ' slop I] 95

screw [skroo] 37 42

ship [shlp [ 58 9

skier [ske ' or] 94 35

screwdriver [skroo dn ' var] 37 24 ' scrub [sknib] 38 2 scuba tank [skoo ! ba tangk'1 91 37

shirt [shurt] 21 46

skis [skez] 94 33

sea gull [se gut/] 64 4 sea horse [se' / hors ' l 65 I

shoe [shoo] 21 49

skunk [skungkj 68 8

shoelace [shoo ! 1as'] 20 7

slacks [slaks] 20 4

Sea of Japan [se ' ov jo pan ' ] 70 36

shoot [shoot 1 97 16

sleeping bag [sic ' ping bag I] 89 26

Sea ofOkhotsk [sef ov 5 kotsk /J

shop worker [shop ' wilr' k ar] 85 12

slee pwear [slep ' wcr'] 22

70 35 seafood [se l food'] 10

shopping bag [shOp ' lng bag I] 20 18

slice (n) [sli s] 13 21

shopping basket [shop /log bas' kat]

slice (v ) [slIs] 31 10

shock absorbers [shok ' ob

ski cap [skc 'kapl] 191 6

zor' barz ]

52 3 1

14 8

seal [scl] 68 12

95 18

skin [skl n [ 9 37b skirt [skurt ] 21 36

slide [slId] 78 3 1, 87 12 slide projector [slId ' pra jek ' tor]

seam [sem] 101 10

shopping cart [shop ' Ing kart I] 15 19

seas [sez 1 70 seat [set] 52 16, 54 2

short (short] 24 I short sleeve [short ' slcv ' J 20 21

slides [slldz] 100 12

seat belt [set ' belt ] 50 2 3

shorts [shorts] 20 14

sling [slfng] 39 3

shortstop [short! stop IJ 93 5

splippers [slIp! arz] 22 18

shoulde r [sho l 'dor[ 4 5, 53 22

slug [sliig ] 62 4

(shoulder) bag [shol " dar bag I] 21 35

sma ll [sm ol ] 24 7

shovel (n) [shliv ' 01] 27 31, 82 15,

smoke [smok ] 42 15

second baseman [s ek ' and has I man

1

93 7 se cretary [sek'

Id

tcr I e J 83 ] 1

section [sek ' shan] 8 8a, 79 ]5 security [SJ ky06r ';) te l 56 security guard [se kyoor ! o te gard" ]

90 17 shovel (v) (shuY ' 01 ] 26 13

shower cap [show ! ar kap"] 343

56 9, 86 14

100 13

smoke detector [smo k ! d;) tek' ex] 33 15 smokestack [smok 'stak /] 58 18 ,

sedan [sodan '] 51

shower cu rtain [show I or kilr' ton] 34 5

seed [sed ] 8 8c

snacks [snaks] 14 18

seesaw [se 'so'] 87 18

shower head [show ar hed ' ] 34 4 ' shrimp [shri mp] 11 3 1, 62 8

serve [surv] 17 3, 96 2

shutter [shut ! ar] 27 8

snake [snak J 65 9

shuttle car [shut! cl kar'] 80 8

snap [snap] 101 13

sevicc court [stir ' vos kort"] 95 1

side [sfd ] 79 10

sneakers [sne 'brz] 20 11

service line [stir ' vas Ho' l 95 3

side mirror [sTd ! mrr ' or] 50 2

snorkel [soa r ' kJ I] 91 34

set (the table) [set' dha ta' bal ] 17 8

sidebu rn [sTd! burn"] 4 33 sidewalk [sId ' wok l] 45 25

snow plow [sno ' plow" ] 49 5 snowy [S06 ' cl 25 3

Sierra Madre [seer 'Jmo 'drc] 71 42

soap [sop) 34 15

silo [sI ' 16] 8 1 4

soap dish [sop' dish I] 34 6

shade [shad [ 33 I

silverware [sl1' var wer"] 29 22

soccer [s6k ! ar] 92

shaft [shaft [ 80 10

simple animals [slm ! pal an ' J malz ] 62

soccer ball [sok ' or bOl l[ 92 26

shampoo [sham poo ' l 34 8

singer [sIng ' or] 99 24

socks [sob ] 22 17

service area [stir '

V;:IS

er' e

a] 53 11

sewing [so /rng] 101 sewing machine [S6' log rug shen ,] 101 I

80 22 snail [sna l] 62 I


121 sofa [s5 1 fa] 28 25

split en d Ispllt l end / l 93 24

sting Istl ng ] 63 8a

soft drink Isott / drl ngk lj 16 11

spoke [sp5k ) 52 26

stingray [stfng I ra '] 65 6

softball Isoft I bOIl] 92. 92 10

sponge [spu nj] 34 7

stir [stur] 3 1 I

(sponge) mop [spunj I mop"] 35 6

stitch [stfch] 101 19

(spool of) thread [spool I av theed/J

stitches [stTch ' az] 39 2 1

so lar collector

(se./ lar ka Jek' tar]

80 17

solar eclipse rSO ' Id rl kllps"] 74 IQ solar system [so' lar sIs' t am] 74 soldier [sOi l jar] 48 16 sole [so l) 20 6 solid [sOi' cd ] 24 20 solid figures [5611 ad fig ! ycrz ] 79 so n [sun] 3 16 Sorry Walkman

lOO

Iso'

ne w ok f m en]

30

sore throat [SOT' throl /] 40 12 south [sowth] 71 72 Sou th A meri ca [sowth / J

mer' J

ka]

70 2 South Atla ntic [sowth " at

Hm'

tak ]

70 12

stockings [stOk/lngz J 22 6

101 2 spoon [spoon) 29 8

sports ca r (spOns l kar fJ 53 17 sports [sports] 92-97

sto mac h IsHim / , kJ 5 66 sto machache [sti1m l elk ak ' ] 40 7 stool [stoolJ 78 34

spot light [spot I ln l ] 99 4

stopper [stOp / or] 34 10. 78 10

sprain [spra n 1 40 13 spray can [spra / kh l] 13 24

stork [stork ] 64 30

spray starch Ispra I starc h ,] 35 2 1

stra ight line [stra t / lln /] 79 1

sp read [spred] 17 11

(strand of) beads [str~ndl av bedzv ]

stove [stdv] 30 30

23 7

Spring [ spr'ing] 26 sprinkler [sprlng l klor] 27 13. 87 14

strap [stra p] 54 8

sproc ket [spro k I at] 52 20

straw [stro ] 16 10

squa re [xkwer] 79 9

strawbe rry {strij l ber l e1 8 15

squid Isk wfd I 62 5

strawbe rry shortcake

squirrel Iskwor/,11 66 10

Istril I ber e sho rt I kak ] 18 26

stage [staj ] 99 5

stream (stre m 1 88 6

staircase [ster' ka s ] 28 12

street {slret] 45 3 I

stake Ista k I 89 30

street cleaner [stret' kle' nor] 49 I

sta mp [stamp ] 46 10

street sign [stret'sin'] 44 8

South Dakota lsowth/ da k o l ta ] 73 41

stands [standz] 93 10

South Pacific [sowth pa slf l ak] 70 to space probe [spas! prob] 75 4 space program [spas! pro l gra m] 75 space shuttle [spas! shut' JIl 7S 14 space station [spas ! sl a l shan] 75 I space suit [spa s l soot I] 75 6 spacec raft [spas I haft'] 75 spaghetti [spa get I e J 18 10 spaniel [sp~nl yal ] 69 24 spare ribs (sper l rfbz "] 10 10

stap le remover [stap' 01 r a moo ' var]

streetcar [stret' kar' l SS 30 strcctlight Istret / ln l ] 45 29

Sou th Carolina [sowth I kar o 1'1' OJ ]

73 40

South China Sea [sowth / chi "

OJ

se/]

70 39

stretch [strcch] 95 19

83 29 stapler [stap/ loc] 83 27

stretch bandage [strech' ban dfj ] ' 40 13a

star [star] 74 4 starfi sh [sttir l fish' ) 62 7

stretcher [strech/ orJ 39 12

starting gate [star' tfng gm' l 95 20

stretchie Istrcc h le] 33 19

station [5tfi.' shan] SS 18 statio n wago n [sta l shon wag' an] SO

string [strIng ] 46 20. 98 lOa string bean (s ) [strfng I ben(z)/] 6 15

ste ak [sta k l 10 5. 11 29. 18 2 1

strings [strfngz] 98

steam [ stern] 31 12

striped [strlpt] 24 17

spare tire {spec' Hr'l 51 39

steamer [ste rn ' er] 30 3

stroller [stn')/ IJ rl 33 14

spanow (sp~r l 5J 64 10

steering wheel [sHr/ing well] 50 8

student [stool d ent] 76 19

spatula [spach /o I' J 27 2 1

stem Is.te m ) 8

speaker [spe/ kor) 28 21 . lOO 24

step [ste p ] 28 13

speed lim it sign (sped ' Iim:)t si n" ]

stepladder [stepl lad l ar] 35 I

53 8 speedometer [spa dom / :) tar] SO IQ

za. 60

la

stereo cassette player [st~r l eo ka se t pJa ' er] 100 25

spider IspII da r] 63 16 spinach Ispln l och] 6 8

stereo system (5th' e 0 sis l t ern] 28 20

spinal cord (spI' ncl kord"] 5 58 spiral notebook Ispi l ral not' book]

stethoscope Iste th I

76 15 split Ispilt] 11 17

stern [shim] 58 I I 0

skcp IJ 39 9

stew ing meat [stoov Ing met] 10 4 st ick IstlkJ 12 5 st ick shift Istl k shlft fJ 50 24 '

stuffed anima l (stuÂŁ1 ' an o mol] 33 27 subject [sOb jokt ] 47 10 ' sub marine [sub' ma re n ' l 48 7 sub way [sOb wa I] 54 subway station' !sub' wa sta' shon] 44 16

sugar (packet) [shoog ar pak" at ] 16 13 ' l ] 29 23 sugar bowl [shoog/orbOl sugarcane (shoog' :lr ka n'] 60 20 suitcase [soot l ka s' l 56 7 Su mmer (su m I or] 26


122 sun [stin ] 74 7, 80 3

tanker [ t~ngk' or] 58 15

throw [thro] 97 10

sunbather [sun ba' dhar] 90 19 ' I 18 23 sundae [sun I de

tap [tap] 16 20

thumb [thiim] 4 24

tape [tap I 46 22 tape mea sure [tap' mezh' er] 36 2 1,

thumbtac k [thum' t~k'l 76 25

sunflower [siln fl6w' ar] 60 19 sunglasses (sun' l glAsI az] 90 14 sunny [su n e} 2S 4 '

(sunnys ide-up) egg

ticket [tlk' at] 55 16, 56 4 ticket window ItTk';>1 win'

101 15 taxi Itak se] 55 ' taxi stand [tak' se stand'l 55 28

se ki'ib'J

dol 55 19

tie (n) lnl 21 47 tie (v) [tT) 77 12

[sun ' e std up ' eg'] 18 32 sunroof [sun! roof 1] 51 44

' tea [tel 16 15

tie pi n ItT / pTn ' l 23 13

suntan lotion [sun ' tan 16/ shan] 91 39

teacher [te I char] 76 4

tiger [ti' gar] 68 2

superma rket [soo' p;>r mar ' k at] 14

teakettle [te' k~t' al[ 30 zs team sports [tc m ' span s ') 92

tight [tit I 24 3 tighten [ti 'tan] 38 4

surgery Isur' jc n! ) 41 2 â&#x20AC;˘

teapot [le' prx'l 29 19 tear [ter] 77 9

tight end [tit ' end' l 93 30 tights [tits] 19 14

suspect [sus' pekt ] 43 3

teddy bear [ted '

swan lswonl 64 28

tee [le ] 95 13

timer [tI'mar] 78 13

sweatband rSW~l' band I] 20 12

telephone [lel' a fOn'] 83 15

timetable [tlm't~'ball 5520

s weater [sw~t' ar] 19 7, 19 13, 19 23

telescope [tel' 0 sk5p'l 74 22 television [t~11 J vfzh" an] 28 18, 100 5

tip [tip] 55 22

surf I su rf'] 97 12 surfb oard '[stirf ' bard'] 91 25

sweatpants [SW~l' plinls') 20 IQ

sweatshirt [swet'shlirt') 20 8

taxicab {tilk

55 27

e her I]

33 3

tie clip lti' kllp'] 23 14

tile [tII] 34 27

tire [tlr] 50 37, 52 28 tissues [tIsh l ooz) 32 13

sweep IswepI 38 7

teller [le!' ar] 86 15 temperature (tern I p;lr a char] 25 6

swim mer [SWim' :JrJ 91 28

Tennessee Iten ' ~ se /l 7342

swing [swi ng] 33 24

tennis Ite n / ;')Sl 94

swings [ swf ngz l 87 16

te nnis ball [len ' ;'I S bOl'] 94 1

switch [swfch] 37 43c

tennis court [ten I os kort"] 95

switc hboard lswlch " bord"] 83 3

tent [tent] 89 24

toaster [t6 s ' 1 ~r] 30 16 toe [to] 5 54 toenail [to ' nai l] 5 56

switchboard ope rator

tentacle [ten' ta kal] 62 12a

toilet [toy' lot] 34 29

terminal [turm/

toilet brush [toy ' lat brush I] 34 3 1

[swtch/ bord OP';) ra tar] 83 1

swordfish [surd ' fish' ) 65 3 synthesizer [sl n' th:J si' z or] 99 2 1

nail 51 55, 58 29 terminal building Iturrn I :J n:JI b1l 1 dfng] 0

57 16

title [ti 'tal] 47 9 to [tool 103 9 toast [tost] 18 34

toile t paper [toy' let pal par] 34 30 toiletries Hay');') trez ] 23

termite [ttir l mit] 63 II

token booth [td 'k an booth I] 54 13

syrup [sIr' ap] 18 6

terrier Iter' cor) 69 25

tollboo th [t51' booth I] 53 27

T- shirt [te'shurt'j 21 29

test tube [test' toob' I 78 9

tomatofe s) [to ma' t5(z)] 6 19

table [ta' bol] 29 7

Texas [tek'sas] 73 43

tongs [tcngz I 78 29

tablecl oth [ta' bo t kliith' l 29 16 tahlet [tab 'l atl 41 6

textbook [lekst' bOok'] 76 26

tongue [tung ] 4 4 1 tongue depressor [lung I de pr~sf er]

taco [tii ' ko] 18 24

thermometer

syringe

[S;)

rTnj I ) 39 27

tadpole [tact ' pm ' l 6516 tail [tal] 57 10, 65 3a, 66 3a

theater [the ' ;} tar] 99 [rhcr mom/ 0 tar] 25 5, 78 22

taillight [ta l 'l1 t'l 50 31

thermos [thlir m as] 88 14 thigh [thI] 4 ' 18, 11 19

tailor [ta ' l ar] 84 6

thimb le [thl m ' bol] 101 21

take [tak l 17 10

third (1/3) [thurd ] 79 32

takeoff [tak ' or'l 57 Takla Makan Desert

third baseman [thlird' bas l m an] 93 4

[tok' la ma kon' dc,' art] 71 53 ta mbourine [Him' be ren/l 98 17

thorn Ithorn J 60 18e thread [thred] 37 42b, 101 2 three-piece suit [thrc I pes soot] 2 1 40

tank [tangk] 48 10

throat [throt] 5 59

tank top [t~ngk' top/] 20 13

through [throo] 103 I

40 12a toolbox Itool' bOks' l 36 23

toolshed [tool'shed' l 27 2g

tooth [tooth ] 4 42

toothache [tooth' ak'l 40 9 toothbru sh [tooth' brush '! 34 21 toothless ma mmals [tooth' las mum I clz] 66

toothpaste [tooth ' past' I 34 16 tortoise [Wc't;:ls1 65 18 tossed salad [tost' s~11 ad] 18 13 touch [toch] 77 2


123 (V-oeck) sweater [ve ' nek swet ' ar ]

tugboat [tiig' bot' l 58 13

touring handlebars

[loor /rog han' dJI barz ] 52 12

19 23

tulip [too 'l,pl 60 I

tow truck [to 'trilk] 49 2

turkey [tur ' kc] 10 23, 64 20

vacuum [vak' yobm] 38 14

toward [tord ] 103 4

turnip [ttir ' nop] 6 34

towel rac k [tow / JI rak 'J 34 25

turn signal lever [Wrn' sfg n;::ll le' v ar]

vacuum cleane r [vak yoom kle:! 0;)r1 ' 35 16 valv e [valv 1 52 27

50 I I

towrope [to ! rop"] 59 11 toy chest [toy' chest 'J 33 29

turn signal lights (ttirn' sfg n all its"]

vase [vas] 28 6

51 50

track [trak] 54 10, 94 32 track and fie ld [trak / and feld ' J 94

van [van] 53 26 VCR (videocassette recorder)

turnstile [Wrn'stIl'1 54 12

ar ']!

turntable [ttirn ! taJ b;::ll] 100 18

{ve' se

tractor trailer [trak I tor tfa.l 1J[] 49 15

turtle [ttir ' t;.11] 65 12

{vld' e a k;:l set' rJ kor' d gr] 100 4

traffie cop [trat" ok kop'l 44 10 traffic light [traf ' ak lit!] 45 21

(turtleneck) sweater [Wr t;.11 nck swe l rar] 19 13

trailer [tra 'IJr] 53 10

tusk [tiisk I 66 17b

tracto r [trilk '

t J[ I

81 15

vegetables [vejl t o balz] 6 vehicles and equipment

'

,

[ve' d kclz and ;.1 kwrp v mcnt] 48

TVanten na [te l ve an ten l a] 27 3

vein [van] 5 68

twee zers [twc zarz] 78 32

vendor [ven 'd;,r] 87 3

transcript [tran I skrfpt] 43 15

' 33a twig [twf g] 61

vent [vent] 50 2 1

transfer [traos ! far] 544

(two-door) sedan [too ' dor sa dan '] 51

Venus [ve' nas] 74 12

transformer [trans for I mar] 80 25

typ e [tlp] 77 lO

verbs [vurbz ] 17, 26 , 31, 38, 77, 96

trans mission to wers

typewriter [tIp ' rI I tor] 83 10

Vermo nt [vu r m(mt ' J 73 45

typing chair [tT ' ping cher '] 83 17

vest [vest] 21 39

transportation [trans ' P~H la / shan] 54

typist [tI ' past] 83 6

video [vld 'c a] 100

transporter [trans ! por tar] 49 17

U.S . mailbox [yoo' cs mal ' boks] 46 6

video camera [vId ' eo kam';) ra ]

train [Iran] SS trainin g wheels lrran /Yng

welz'J

52 1

[tranz mlsh ! In tow! JfZ] 80 23

trash basket [trash '

has' k ct]

44 15

trash can [trash ' kan I J 87 II

a' jont]

100 I

U.S. Postal System

videoca ssette (tape)

/yoo ' es pos' tal sjs ta rn ] 46

traveler [trav ' a IJr] 56 3

umbrella [iim brei ' a] 20 24

[vld eo k a set 'tap') 100 3 ' vine [vi n] 61 4 2

tray [tra] 16 33

umpire [um pfr] 92 1, 93 17

viola [ve 61';)] 988

tray table [tra ' ta' boil 56 22

uncl e [iing ' bll 3 3

violet [vI ' J lat] 60 16

treatments [tret'm;mts] 41

under [iin'dar] 102 8

violin [vI J IIn ' ] 98 7

tree [trc] 61 3S

underpants [un ' dor pants" ] 22 3

Virginia [var jln ' yJ] 73 46

trees [trezJ 60

undershirt [Un ' dcr shurtt] 22 I

vise [vi s] 37 36

triangle Itn ' ang ' gJI] 79 6

underwear [un ' dar wcr" ] 22

visor [VIZ' or] 50 5

tricycle [tr't' SI kJI] 52 6

uniform [yoo ' na form' ! 21 45, 92 9

volleyball [v" I'

trigger [trig';)r] 48 22

United States of America

waders Iwa I dorz] 88 10

travel agent [trav ';)1

84 4

tripod [tri ' pod! 100 9

ukulele Iyoo' ka la ' le] 98 3

'

[yoo nI l tad stats '

JV

gmer '

J

ko ] 72

e biil'l

92, 92 22

waist [wast] 4 ]3

trim [trim] 26 8

universe [yoo ' 0;.1 vurs '] 74

waiter [wa tar ] 16 5

trombone [trom ban ' ] 98 23

up [up] 103 11

waitress [wa ' trcs] 16 2

upper arm (up l ar artn"] 47

walk [wiik l 77 8

trout [trowt] 65 2

UraJs [yOor' clz] 71 46

wa lker [v.路ok ' er ] 33 23

trowel [trow f cl] 27 27

uranium rods [yOb ra ' ne am r6dz l]

wall [wOI] 28 3

trough

[troll 81 2S

truck [triik I 49, 53 2S

wall un it [wbl ' yoo' not] 28 19

80 IS

truck dri ver [tri1k ' drI' var] 49 16

Uranus [ydor /;) nas ] 74 17

trumpet [trum ' pat] 98 25

usher [i ish I ar] 99 16

truuk [tningk] 51 40, 61 3Sb, 66 17a

Utab [yoo 'tOl 73 44

tub [tiib] 12 6

utility pole [yoo tll /;) te poll] 80 26

wallet I wiil ' ot] 20 9 walnut (s) [w()J ' n;)t(s)] 8 -29

tuba [too' bo] 98 27

utility room [yoo tll '

walrus [wO! ' nis J 68 11

tube [tooh] 13 IS, 91 29

J

wall-to-w all carpeting

[w()J ! ta wol kar ' pa nog] 28 15

te room] 35

warm [worm ] 25 8


124 wash [wosh] 38 16

wheat [wet] 60 22

witness stand IwIt I nos stand I] 43 18

washcloth {wosh I kloth 'J .J.I 22

wheat farm [wet' farm'] 81

wo lf [woolf] 69 29

washer [wash! er] 37 40 washing machine [wosh/ing ma shen"] 35 30

(wheat) field [wet fcld'l 81 16

woman [woom';;ln] 2 1

wheel [wdl] 52 4'

wood [wood [ 36 4

wheelbarrow [wCl'bar' 6] 27 32.

wood plane [wood I plan') 37 32

Washington [wosh/ing 1;)01 7347

woodpecker Iwood I ~k' or J 64 17

82 23

wasp [wo sp] 63 20

wheelchair [wel' cher"] 39 2

woods [woodz ] 89 32

wastepaper basket

whistle IWis/oIJ 90 5

woodwinds {wood wfndz"] 98

[wast" pa pOT bas' kat] .J.I 13 watch [wcch] 23 10 watchband [wo ch l band'] 23 I I

whole [hOl) 11 27, 79 29

wool [wool] 101 23

whole (c hicken) [hm chik l an] 11 16

word processor [WO rd' pro l ses ar]

water (n) [wot/or[ 42 16. 9 1 30

wife [win 2 4

water (~,) [wot'drl 26 5 â&#x20AC;˘ water fountain [wot/;}T town" ton]

willow Iwil/ol 61 3 1

work gloves (wOrk ghivz"] 27 26 workbench [wurk I 'bench/l 36 22

wind [wlnd] 80 4

workshop [wu rk I shOp'l 36

windbreaker [wfnd I bra' kcr] 19 5

world [wurld]

water glass lWOt' or glrLs'J 29 6

windlass [wind' Ias] 58 23

worm [wtlrm] 62 11

waterfall [wot/or rol) 80 11 , 89 18

windmill [wInd mIl'] 80 19

wrench [rench] 36 10

water-skie r [wot!;Jf ske:' er] 59 10 watercress (wot/JT kres /) 6 5

' window [win dd] 27 7, 46 15

wrist [rist] 4 21

' window cleaner [wIn'do kle I nar]

write [ril] 71 7

87 19

watering can [wot/;}rlng kiln!] 271 6

'

width [width] 79 35

'

83 7

windpipe [wind! pip 'I 5 60

writer [rI tar] 86 7 Wyoming ' [wI 6 1 mTng] 13 50

wave [ w av] 91 24

windshield [wind I she Id ,] 51 45

X ray [ ~ks l ra ' l 39 I

weapon Iwep I anz J 48

windshield wiper [Wind I sheld wI' par]

X ray sc reene r [cks'ra skee' nar] S6 II

wa term elon [wot I or

mel' on]

9 26

weather Iwi!dh/~J 25

50 6

we ather forecaster [wCdh';JrfOr'kas( or] 86 I

weath er satellite [wedh/;lT sat'

35 10

;} lit]

75 3 weavi ng [we f vfng] 101 30 web [ web ] 63 15

wedding ring [wed/log ring'] 234

xylophone [zi/ l,fOn'l 98 31

windsurfer [WInd' sur ' far] 59 14

yam [yam] 7 24

wind y [win/del 25 13

Yangtze River [yang l se TTv l ~T ) 71 69

wine [win) 16 19

ya rn [yarn] 101 3 1

wine glass [Win' gUtS' ) 29 5

Yellow Sea [y~1

win g [wingJ 11 22, 57 9. 63 43.

Yenisey River [yen I d sal Tiv' or ]

64 l a

I 6 sell 70 37

71 65

we ights [wats] 78 5

Winter (win tar] 26 ' wipe [wip [ 38 5

zebra [zc/brol 66 18

west [ west] 71 74

wire [wi r] 37 35

zinnia [zfn I

West Virginia [west! var j'in! ya] 73 48

wire mesh sc ree n tWir' mesh skren /]

wet [wet] 25 t 5 wet su it [wet ' soot ' l 91 38

whale [wal] 68 9

78 6

Wisconsin [wIs kon' san] 73 49 witness [wit' nas] 43 13

Yukon River [yool kon dv' er] 71 56

e a]

60 13 zip code [zip /k6d'1 46 12

zipper [zIp I er] 101 16 zoo [zoo] 87 1

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