New Opportunities – Pre-Intermediate English-German-French Wordlist

English Headword Module 1
about active adventure agree all over all-night alone ambulance driver anyway around article at average avoid away barbecue bet bike bit boring breakfast busy buy café camp can’t (– stand …) /ə baυt/ / ktiv/ /əd ventʃə/ /ə ri / / ɔ l əυvə/ / ɔ l nait/ /ə ləυn/ / mbjələns draivə/ / eniwei/ /ə raυnd/ / ɑ tikəl/ /ət, t/ / vərid / /ə vɔid/ /ə wei/ / bɑ bikju / /bet/ /baik/ /bit/ / bɔ riŋ/ / brekfəst/ / bizi/ /bai/ / k fei/ /k mp/ /kɑ nt/ ungefähr aktiv Abenteuer übereinstimmen überall die ganze Nacht geöffnet allein Krankenwagenfahrer trotzdem um ... herum Artikel, Beitrag am, bei Durchschnitt vermeiden weg Grillparty wetten Fahrrad bisschen langweilig Frühstück geschäftig, fleißig kaufen Café Zeltlager, Ferienlager nicht aushalten environ actif l'aventure être d'accord partout dans ouvert toute la nuit seul le chauffeur d'ambulance tout de même autour de l'article à, au moyen éviter throw away: jeter le barbecue parier le vélo petit peu ennuyant le petit déjeuner occupé acheter le snack-bar le camping ne pas pouvoir There are about 40 people in my office. The hotel has lots of games for active youngsters. It's a book about Johnson's adventures at sea. Paul and I don't agree on everything. People came from all over the world to watch the Olympic Games. We stopped at an all-night café for a hot meal. She didn't like living alone in the house. My son wants to be an ambulance driver when he grows up. Tom was ill, but I went to the party anyway. There was a high fence around the school. I read an interesting article about fishing. Her aunt met her at the station. I buy £40 worth of food a week on average. She avoided trouble by keeping quiet. Throw that food away, it's rotten. We had a barbecue on the beach. I bet him £5 that he wouldn't win. He fell off his bike. The TV's a bit loud. Can you turn it down? The programme was so boring she fell asleep. I usually have breakfast at 7.30. She's a busy mother of three small children. Sam's just bought a new computer. At lunchtime we went to the café for a snack. After hiking all morning, we returned to the camp. She wants to be a nurse but she can't stand the sight of blood!

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Example Sentence

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English Headword
care carrier bag census change changing (the – face of…) check chocolate climb / climbing close closed-down collect common complete copy couch potato council countryside creative criminal (noun) cruel cycle / cycling dangerous day deliver describe / description different dive / diving do dog dream

Pronunciation
/keə/ / k riə b / sensəs/ /tʃeind / / tʃeind iŋ/ /tʃek/ / tʃɒklət/ /klaim, klaimiŋ/ /kləυs/ / kləυzd daυn/ /kə lekt/ / kɒmən/ /kəm pli t/ / kɒpi/ / kaυtʃ pə teitəυ/ / kaυnsəl/ / k ntrisaid/ /kri eitiv/ / krimənəl/ / kru əl/ / saikəl, saikliŋ/ / deind ərəs/ /dei/ /di livə/ /di skraib, di skripʃən/ / difərənt/ /daiv, daiviŋ/ /du / /dɒ / /dri m/ /

German
sich sorgen, kümmern Tragetaschen Erhebung, Zählung ändern sich verändernd überprüfen Schokolade klettern/Klettern dicht, nahe geschlossen, aufgegeben einsammeln gemeinsam beenden, ausfüllen kopieren, nachahmen Stubenhocker, träger Mensch Rat, Gemeinderat Land schöpferisch Krimineller, Verbrecher grausam mit dem Fahrrad fahren gefährlich Tag ausliefern beschreiben / Beschreibung verschieden tauchen / Tauchen machen, tun Hund Traum

French
se soucier de le sac à provisions le recensement changer changeant vérifier le chocolat grimper, l'escalade près fermé ramasser, rassembler commun terminer, achever copier qqn qui passe son temps devant la TV l'administration communale la campagne créatif le criminel cruel rouler à vélo dangereux le jour livrer décrire, la description différent plonger, la plongée faire le chien le rêve

Example Sentence
He doesn't seem to care about other people. Jack offered to fill the old lady's carrier bags. Class 3 held a traffic census to see how many cars came to school. As we travelled, the view changed from mountains to fields. These new mobile phones are the changing face of communications. The firemen check all the equipment daily. Can I have a piece of chocolate? She climbed to the top of the hill. Don't stand so close to me. The High Street is full of closed-down shops. I'll collect everyone's papers at the end of the test. They became good friends because they had a lot in common. Complete the test and then hand in your answers. He copied the painting and tried to sell it for a lot of money. My brother's a couch potato. Every night he just sits there watching TV. Northampton Borough Council has offices in the town centre. Let's go for a walk in the countryside She was a very creative and successful artist. Some criminals will do anything to get what they want. I think it's cruel to keep wild animals in zoos. Suki cycles to school every day. It's dangerous to walk alone at night around here. We went to Paris for ten days. Can you deliver this parcel before Christmas? The police asked for a description of the person who drove the car. Our sons are very different from each other. She dived off the rock into the sea. Jane loves doing exams. I hate them! We got a big dog to frighten away burglars. I had a dream about my dog last night.

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English Headword
early earn eat sth eco-camp eco-protest eco-protestor education energetic enjoy er everywhere exciting executive expectancy expensive face (the changing – of the UK) fade fashion fat fine folk music foot for forest four-fifths free (– time) from fruit gap year

Pronunciation
/ li/ / n/ / i t s mθiŋ/ / i kəυ k mp/ / i kəυ prəυtest/ / i kəυ prə testə/ / edjυ keiʃən/ / enə d etik/ /in d ɔi/ / / / evriweə/ /ik saitiŋ/ /i zekjətiv/ /ik spektənsi/ /ik spensiv/ /feis/ /feid/ / f ʃən/ /f t/ /fain/ / fəυk mju zik/ /fυt/ /fə, fɔ / / fɒrəst/ / fɔ fifθs/ /fri / /frəm, frɒm/ /fru t/ / p jiə/

German
früh verdienen etw. essen Öko-Camp Umweltprotest Umweltdemonstrant Erziehung, Ausbildung dynamisch, Energie geladen genießen äh überall spannend leitender Angestellter, Geschäftsführer Erwartung teuer Gesicht abklingen, verklingen Mode dick köstlich, ausgezeichnet Volksmusik Fuß für Wald vier Fünftel frei, Freizeit von Obst, Frucht Auslandsjahr

French
tôt gagner manger qch le campement d'opposants écologistes le mouvement de protestation écologiste le résistant écologiste l'éducation, la formation énergique prendre plaisir à euh partout captivant le cadre supérieur espérance (de vie) cher le visage, l'aspect disparaître progressivement la mode gros bon la musique folk le pied pour la forêt quatre cinquièmes libre de (origine, provenance) le(s) fruit(s) année passée à l'étranger avant les études supérieures – Seite 3 von 92 –

Example Sentence
Let's get there early, before everybody else. She earns £27,000 a year. I was so hungry, I could have eaten a horse! She wanted to save the countryside so she joined the others at the eco-camp. When they planned the airport they didn't think there would be an ecoprotest. The eco-protestors sat down in front of the police. The government has promised to spend more on education. Their style of dancing is very energetic. The park was lovely, and I enjoyed the walk. "Where do you think you're going?" "I'm, er, taking the dog for a walk." There was broken glass everywhere. It was a pretty exciting game. The chief executive has a big expensive car. Men in Glasgow have a life expectancy of 69 years. We can't afford this – it's too expensive. The face of Leeds city centre has changed a lot in the last 10 years. The sounds faded away into the distance. The latest fashion is to wear skirts over trousers. You'll get fat if you eat all that chocolate. We sell fine food from around the world. The last group at the concert played folk music. His car broke down so he had to get there on foot. John's responsible for all the money. He got lost in the thick forest. She cut the cake into five pieces and then ate one, leaving four-fifths. He makes model aeroplanes in his free time. Name three ways in which this picture is different from that one. Bananas are my favourite fruit. Between school and university, I had a gap year in Australia.

English Headword
get (- back) get (- cold) get on with get up get up to sth glass go ( – for a walk) go up go grow growing growth government guess habit haircut half hand (take sb by the –) hate have have have (breakfast) health healthy hero home homeless housework how often…?

Pronunciation
/ et b k/ / et kəυld/ / et ɒn wið / et / et / lɑ s/ / əυ/ / əυ / əυ/ / rəυ/ / rəυiŋ/ / rəυθ/ / vəmənt, vənmənt/ / es/ / h bit/ / heək t/ /hɑ f/ /h nd/ /heit/ /həv, h v/ /həv, h v/ /həv, h v/ /helθ/ / helθi/ / hiərəυ/ /həυm/ / həυmləs/ / haυsw k/ /haυ ɒfən, ɒftən/ p/ p/ p tə s mθiŋ/ niməlz/

German
zurückkehren, zurückkommen frieren zurechtkommen, auskommen aufstehen etw. anstellen Glas, Scheibe (spazieren) gehen hinaufgehen, -steigen gehen züchten, aufziehen wachsend Wachstum Regierung erraten Gewohnheit Haarschnitt Hälfte Hand (jdn. an die Hand nehmen) hassen haben (Hilfsverb) haben, besitzen frühstücken Gesundheit gesund Held Haus, nach Hause obdachlos Hausarbeit, Haushalt wie oft?

French
revenir attraper (froid) s'entendre avec se lever préparer (un mauvais coup) le verre aller (se promener) monter aller (faire) grandir, (faire) pousser croissant la croissance le gouvernement deviner l'habitude la coupe de cheveux la moitié la main détester avoir; auxiliaire pour les perfect tenses) avoir, posséder prendre (le petit déjeuner) la santé en bonne santé; sain le héros la maison, chez soi sans abri, sdf le ménage (travaux ménagers)

Example Sentence
After a year abroad, I couldn't wait to get back home. When it started snowing, he began to get cold. Zak gets on well with animals, and wants to be a vet. He went to bed late, and couldn't get up the next morning. You have to watch him all the time. He's always getting up to something. The ball hit the window and broke the glass. Should we stay in or go out for a walk? She went up the ladder and rescued the cat from the tree. I go to bed at 10 o'clock every night. I'm going to grow daffodils in the garden this year. A growing number of people believe in ghosts. Tourism is a growth industry in this country. The new government promised not to increase taxes. I guessed her age correctly. Irene has a habit of speaking with her mouth full. I'm going to get a haircut this week. The first half of the game was pretty dull. Polly took me by the hand and led me out of the forest. I hate poetry – it's so boring. Have you met her friend Laura? He used to have a dog years ago. We'll go shopping after we have breakfast. Exercise is good for your health. I feel healthier since I stopped smoking. He became the world champion and a national hero. I wasn't feeling very well by the time I got back home. Every large city has homeless people sleeping on the streets. I usually do the housework at weekends.

à quelle fréquence, combien de fois How often do you brush your teeth? par…?

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English Headword
Industrial Revolution imagine immigration in (interested -) interesting interview jet-ski jog, jogging journalist just under keep on know (you -) knowledge last late lead (- singer) leader least life (a dog’s –) life expectancy lifestyle little local lonely loosely luxury mafia massage marriage meal times

Pronunciation
/in d striəl revə lu ʃən/ /i m d ən/ / imi reiʃən/ /in/ / intrəstiŋ/ / intəvju / / d et ski / /d ɒ , d ɒ iŋ/ /d /d /nəυ/ / nɒlid / /lɑ st/ /leit/ /li d/ / li də/ /li st/ /laif/ / laif ik spektənsi/ / laifstail/ / litl/ / ləυkəl/ / ləυnli/ / lu sli/ / l kʃəri/ / m fiə/ / m sɑ / / m rid / / mi l taimz/ nəl-ist/ st ndə/

German
industrielle Revolution sich vorstellen Einwanderung (interessiert sein) an interessant befragen, interviewen Jet-Ski joggen Journalist etwas weniger als fortfahren (etw. zu tun)

French
la révolution industrielle imaginer l'immigration litt. dans; ici: à intéressant interviewer le jet-ski (faire du) jogging le/la journaliste un peu moins de continuer

Example Sentence
Many different machines were invented during the Industrial Revolution. Close your eyes, and imagine travelling through space. He called for a policy on immigration from the rest of Europe. I'm not interested in what he has to say. A good teacher can make any subject interesting. They want to interview me for that new job tomorrow. I've always wanted to learn how to jet-ski. I exercise by jogging round the park every day for an hour. There's a journalist on the phone - he wants to interview you. It was just under 20 miles form my house to the sea. I kept on stirring the sauce so it wouldn't stick to the pan. He's sort of, you know, different from all the others. You don't need any special knowledge to do this job. The film lasts two hours and 43 minutes. I got up late and hurried off to work. John sings the lead in the group that's coming on next. There was a meeting of world leaders in Scotland last month. I've told you this at least 50 times! It's a dog's life when you have to work seven days a week. Life expectancy in Victorian times was very short. Regular exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle. Now add a little over a quarter of the milk. You can now get these biscuits in your local supermarket. Don't you get lonely living on your own? She wore the scarf loosely round her neck. She married a rich man and lived in luxury. The mafia makes a lot of money from illegal drugs. He gave me a back massage. They have a very happy marriage. At meal times, we have to wash our hands before eating.

/ ki p ɒn/

wissen (you know - du weißt schon) vous savez, tu sais Kenntnis, Wissen dauern spät Leadsänger Führer, Oberhaupt mindestens Leben (Hundeleben) Lebenserwartung Lebensführung, Lebensart wenig, ein bisschen örtlich einsam lose, locker Luxus Mafia Massage Ehe Mahlzeiten la connaissance durer tard principal le dirigeant, la dirigeante le moins la vie l'espérance de vie le mode de vie peu local, régional, du coin seul (qui se sent -) sans être serré, sans serrer le luxe la mafia le massage le mariage les heures de repas

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English Headword
meat meeting memory metal midnight mind (make up your –) mind (not mind -ing) miss mission mix up monologue mushroom nation nature nearly nowadays number nursery school occasionally occupation of on online once organic organic food outdoors over overweight own (live on their –)

Pronunciation
/mi t/ / mi tiŋ/ / meməri/ / metl/ / midnait/ /maind/ /maind/ /mis/ / miʃən/ / miks p/ / mɒnəlɒ / / m ʃru m, -rυm/ / neiʃən/ / neitʃə/ / niəli/ / naυədeiz/ / n mbə/ / n səri sku l/ /ə kei ənəli/ / ɒkjə peiʃən/ /əv, ɒv/ /ɒn/ / ɒn lain/ /w ns/ /ɔ /ɔ nik/ nik fu d/

German
Fleisch Versammlung Erinnerung Metall Mitternacht sich entschließen etw. ausmachen, stören vermissen Mission, Missionsstation durcheinander bringen Rede Pilz Nation, Land Natur fast, beinahe heutzutage Zahl, Anzahl Kindergarten gelegentlich Beruf vor auf online einmal biologisch biologische Lebensmittel draußen, im Freien mehr als übergewichtig allein (allein leben)

French
la viande la réunion le souvenir, la mémoire le métal minuit se décider voir un inconvénient à

Example Sentence
I don't eat very much meat. I've got an important meeting this afternoon. I have happy memories of our holiday in Singapore. This bin is where you put your metal cans for recycling. We stayed up until midnight. I can't make up my mind whether to go or stay. Do you mind if I call my mum?

manquer (I miss him: il me manque) I really miss Mum and Dad now I'm away from home. la mission mélanger le monologue le champignon la nation la nature presque de nos jours le nombre l'école maternelle occasionnellement la profession de sur en ligne une fois biologique, bio la nourriture bio à l'extérieur plus de en surpoids seul, par soi-même He works at the mission at Christmas, handing out meals to the poor. I got the answer wrong because I mixed up the order of the numbers. He was very good at giving funny monologues. I'd like pizza with pepperoni and mushrooms, please. America is the richest nation in the world. I like camping because I feel closer to nature. I could answer nearly all the questions. More people have cars nowadays. An increasing number of people have computers these days. Her children both started nursery school this week. She occasionally goes to the cinema, but not often. Please state your name and occupation. Many people are afraid of spiders. Can I have a ride on your bike? You've been online for three hours and I need to make a phone call! Once a fortnight he eats at the local restaurant. Organic carrots have not been treated with chemicals. Organic food is often more expensive than other types. It was so warm we spent most of the day outdoors. Over 80 per cent of the population have very little food. The doctor's told me I'm overweight. Since his brother went abroad he has lived on his own.

/ aυt dɔ z/ / əυvə/ / əυvə weit/ /əυn/

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English Headword
own owner paint / painting paper park peaceful pension percent percentage perfectly pet pity plant play pleasant popular population prediction prefer pride protest protestor proverb qualification quarter quite rags rarely real recycle

Pronunciation
/əυn/ / əυnə/ /peint, peintiŋ/ / peipə/ /pɑ k/ / pi sfəl/ / penʃən/ /pə sent/ /pə sentid / / p fiktli/ /pet/ / piti/ /plɑ nt/ /plei/ / plezənt/ / pɒpjələ/ / pɒpjə leiʃən/ /pri dikʃən/ /pri f / /praid/ / prəυtest/ /prə testə/ / prɒv b/ / kwɒləfə keiʃən(z)/ / kwɔ tə/ /kwait/ /r z/ / reəli/ /riəl/ / ri saikəl/

German
eigen Besitzer anmalen, streichen / Anstrich Papier parken friedlich, ruhig Rente Prozent Prozentsatz perfekt Haustier Mitleid Pflanzen spielen angenehm beliebt Einwohnerzahl Vorhersage vorziehen, etw. lieber tun Stolz Demonstration Demonstrant Sprichwort Qualifikation, Zeugnis Viertel ziemlich Lumpen selten, kaum tatsächlich wiederverwerten

French
propre le propriétaire peindre, la peinture (activité) le papier garer paisible la pension le pour cent le pourcentage parfaitement l'animal de compagnie la pitié la plante jouer agréable populaire, apprécié la population la prédiction préférer la fierté la protestation l'opposant, le manifestant le proverbe la qualification le quart plutôt, assez les guenilles rarement réel, vrai recycler

Example Sentence
She wants her own room. Who is the owner of this car? She painted the fence bright pink. She wrote the address on a piece of paper. We parked the car behind the school. The wood was cool and peaceful. Gran gets her pension every week. There was 50 percent off the price of all the clothes in the shop. What percentage of the workers are women? She speaks English perfectly. Cats are popular pets. I felt a lot of pity for the dead man's family. Don't forget to water the plants. The children like to play computer games in the evenings. The village is a pleasant place to live. He's one of the most popular boys in the school. What's the population of Tokyo? It's hard to make a prediction about who'll win the championship this year. I prefer playing football to watching it. His pride in his son was obvious to everyone. He took part in a protest against the war. The police arrested the protestors for holding up the traffic. The old proverb says that you'll have good luck if you cross your fingers. He left school without any qualifications. She cut the cake into quarters. It can be quite cold at night. The poor children were dressed in rags. She rarely goes out after dark. The story is based on real events. Things like used bottles, paper and cans are collected for recycling.

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English Headword
regularly relaxing repeat sth replace rest return revise ribbon right right now rim roast beef routine sail / sailing see (you -) sheepdog seriously situation smell somewhere spend spoil stand (can’t –) stand around stand around start state stop strategy stressful

Pronunciation
/ re jələli/ /ri l ksiŋ/ /ri pi t s mθiŋ/ /ri pleis/ /rest/ /ri t n/ /ri vaiz/ / ribən/ /rait/ / rait naυ/ /rim/ / rəυst bi f/ /ru ti n/ /seil, seiliŋ/ /si / / ʃi pdɒ / / siəriəsli/ / sitʃu eiʃən/ /smel/ / s mweə/ /spend/ /spɔil/ /st nd/ / st nd ə raυnd/ / st nd ə raυnd/ /stɑ t/ /steit/ /stɒp/ / str təd i/ / stresfəl/

German
regelmäßig entspannend wiedererzählen, weitererzählen ersetzen Pause, Rast zurückkommen noch einmal durchsehen, überarbeiten Schleife alles klar! auf der Stelle Rand Roastbeef, Rinderbraten Tagesablauf segeln verstehst du?, verstehen Sie? Hirtenhund ernsthaft Lage, Standort duften, riechen irgendwo verbringen verziehen, verwöhnen aushalten herumstehen um ... herum stehen beginnen, anfangen Zustand aufhören Strategie aufreibend, anstrengend

French
régulièrement relaxant répéter qch remplacer le repos retourner, rentrer réviser, revoir le ruban bien! tout de suite, sur le champ le bord le rosbif la routine naviguer, la navigation tu vois, vous voyez? le chien de berger sérieusement la situation sentir (odorat) quelque part passer gâter supporter attendre (debout) se tenir (debout) autour de commencer l'état arrêter la stratégie stressant

Example Sentence
He visits the old man regularly. I'll have a relaxing bath and then go to bed. Please don't repeat what I've said to Sandra. When the TV broke, we didn't replace it. I need a rest after all that walking around. She didn't return until late. We need to revise before the Chemistry exam. The little girl wore ribbons in her hair. Right, let's get out of here! I'm not waiting any longer, I'm going right now! The professor looked at me over the rim of his glasses. We had roast beef and carrots every Sunday when I was a lad. My daily routine starts with breakfast at 7. My uncle sailed his boat round the coast of Scotland. I don't want a big meal, you see, just a small snack. Border collies make the best sheepdogs. Nobody was seriously hurt in the accident. The house has a lovely situation in a village on the coast. That soup smells delicious! I put my keys down somewhere and now I can't find them. I spent all afternoon looking for a new coat. You spoil that dog, feeding him chicken every day! She can't stand the sound of him singing in the bath. I spent an hour standing around waiting for a bus. We stood around the piano and sang Christmas carols. Suddenly Sue started to cry. What state is the living room in at the moment? I can't stop scratching the back of my hand. What's your strategy for winning the election? Moving to a new house is a very stressful experience.

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English Headword
sunbathe supper surf the net survey swimming take a break tent terms (in real –) think (– of another way) third (a –; nearly a –) three quarters throw sth away ticket (travel) time (– to think) time (free –) tiring traditional train (– animals) translate travel (– by car/bus) treehouse tunnel turn sth down two-fifths two-thirds um under use vegetables vegetarian

Pronunciation
/ s nbeið/ / s pə/ / s f ðə net/ / s vei/ / swimiŋ/ / teik ə breik/ /tent/ /t mz/ /θiŋk/ /θ d/ / θri kwɔ təz/ / θrəυ s mθiŋ ə wei/ / tikət/ /taim/ /taim/ / taiəriŋ/ /trə diʃənəl/ /trein/ /tr ns leit, tr nz-/ / tr vəl/ / tri haυs/ / t nl/ / t n s mθiŋ daυn/ / tu fifθs/ / tu θ dz/ / m/ / ndə/ /ju z/ / ved təbəlz/ / ved ə teəriən/

German
sonnenbaden, ein Sonnenbad nehmen Abendessen im Internet surfen Umfrage, Untersuchung schwimmen eine Pause machen Zelt effektiv

French
prendre un bain de soleil le souper surfer sur le Net l'étude, l'enquête nager, la natation faire une pause la tente effectivement

Example Sentence
Her mother was sunbathing in the back garden. Can we have fish and chips for supper? He was surfing the net looking for information on model railways. We conducted a survey of people's eating habits. Do you want to go swimming or go for a run? I'm going to take a break from work and have a cup of tea. We had to put up our tent in the dark. Her pay is worth less in real terms than it was 10 years ago. Can you think of another way to work out the answer? Only a third of the children in this class are boys. I spend three-quarters of my pay on food and rent. Don't throw the newspaper away – I haven't read it yet. How much is a bus ticket to London? I need some time to work out the answer. I don't get much free time now we have a new baby. It's a long, tiring journey to the north of Scotland. His restaurant specialises in traditional Italian cooking. We saw camel trains walking slowly through the desert. I'm translating the book into English. It's quicker if you travel by train. My dad built us a treehouse in the back garden. Trains go through the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France. Turn that TV down! I can't hear what John's saying! Two-fifths of 45 is 18. You've only eaten two-thirds of your potatoes. "Are you happy?" "Um, yeah, I suppose so." Just under a quarter of the students failed their exams. Can I use your phone? Try to eat five different kinds of vegetables every day. More people are giving up meat and becoming vegetarians.

(eine andere Möglichkeit) überlegen penser Drittel drei Viertel etw. wegwerfen Fahrkarte Zeit (zum Nachdenken) Freizeit anstrengend traditionell Karawane übersetzen reisen (mit dem Auto/dem Bus) Baumhaus Tunnel leiser stellen zwei Fünftel zwei Drittel Hm! weniger als benutzen Gemüse Vegetarier, Vegetarierin le tiers trois-quarts jeter qch le billet le temps le temps (libre) fatiguant traditionnel caravane traduire voyager la maison en bois le tunnel baisser (le volume) deux cinquièmes deux-tiers hum! au-dessous de utiliser les légumes le végétarien, la végétarienne

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English Headword
visit walk wash watch way (think of another – to) weekdays wet wildlife with wood wood fire work for worn-out worry you (– see/know)

Pronunciation
/ vizit/ /wɔ k/ /wɒʃ/ /wɒtʃ/ /wei/ / wi kdeiz/ /wet/ / waildlaif/ /wið, wiθ/ /wυd/ / wυd faiə/ / w k fə, fɔ / / wɔ n aυt/ / w ri/ /jə, jυ, ju /

German
besuchen Spaziergang waschen schauen, (fern-)sehen Möglichkeit Werktag nass wild lebende Tiere, Natur von Holz Holzfeuer arbeiten für abgetragen sich Sorgen machen du weißt schon / Sie wissen schon

French
rendre visite promenade laver regarder la manière les jours de semaine mouillé la vie sauvage, la nature avec le bois feu travailler pour usé se faire du souci tu sais, vous savez

Example Sentence
My aunt is coming to visit us next week. I went for a ten-mile walk along the river. He spent the morning washing the car. We watched TV for a couple of hours. There are different ways of doing this. On weekdays I have to go to work but I get Saturday and Sunday off. Take those wet clothes off before you catch cold. The fence was put up to protect the wildlife. I'm disappointed with this new game – it's boring. All the furniture is made of wood. There was a wood fire burning in the sitting room. He works for the government as a scientist. I need to get some new shoes to replace these worn-out ones. Parents always worry about their children. She's always been a bit, you know, strange.

Module 2
about accident advert advertisement amazing angry annoyed another thing Antarctica area argument armchair as you can see /ə baυt/ / ksədənt/ / dv t/ /əd v tismənt/ /ə meiziŋ/ / ŋ ri/ /ə nɔid/ /ə n ðə θiŋ/ / nt ɑ ktikə/ / eəriə/ / ɑ jəmənt/ / ɑ mtʃeə/ / z jυ kən si / über (worüber) Unfall Werbung Anzeige erstaunlich verärgert, erbost ärgerlich noch etwas Antarktis Gegend Auseinandersetzung Armsessel wie ihr seht / wie Sie sehen sur, au sujet de l'accident l'annonce, la publicité la publicité étonnant fâché ennuyé autre chose l'Antarctique la région, le quartier la dispute le fauteuil comme vous pouvez (tu peux) le voir What is her new book about? Her parents were killed in a car accident. Have you seen that advert for Nike sportswear? The Sunday papers are full of advertisements for cars. What an amazing story! He was beginning to get angry. She gets annoyed with me for being untidy. And another thing – why were you late home last night? They're going to study penguins in Antarctica. Camden is my favourite area of London. I had a big argument with my girlfriend. I spent the evening sitting in an armchair watching TV. As you can see, this program is very easy to use.

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English Headword
astronaut automatic automatically bad bad at badly balcony basketball bath bathroom bedroom bedside table biologist bit bowl break bright (star) bungalow business buy by cabin calculator channel (TV -) chat choose classical music clear cloth

Pronunciation
/ strənɔ t/ / ɔ tə m tik/ / ɔ tə m tikli/ /b d/ / b d ət, t/ / b dli/ / b lkəni/ / bɑ skitbɔ l/ /bɑ θ/ / bɑ θrυm, -ru m/ / bedrυm, -ru m/ / bedsaid teibəl/ /bai ɒləd ist/ /bit/ /bəυl/ /breik/ /brait/ / b ŋ ələυ/ / biznəs/ /bai/ /bai/ / k bin/ / k lkjəleitə/ / tʃ nl/ /tʃ t/ /tʃu z/ / kl sikəl mju zik/ /kliə/ /klɒθ/

German
Astronaut Automatikautomatisch schlecht schlecht in/im schlecht Balkon Basketball Bad Badezimmer Schlafzimmer Nachttisch Biologe ein bisschen Schüssel kaputt machen hell Bungalow Geschäft, Unternehmen kaufen indem Hütte Taschenrechner Kanal Gespräch wählen klassische Musik räumen Lappen

French
l'astronaute automatique automatiquement mauvais mauvais en mal le balcon le basket-ball le bain la salle de bain la chambre à coucher la table de nuit le/la biologiste un peu le bol casser brillant le bungalow l'entreprise acheter par, en la cabane la calculatrice la chaîne (de télé) une conversation, un brin de causette choisir la musique classique débarrasser la lavette

Example Sentence
The astronauts will do a space walk at 3.30 this afternoon. This car has an automatic gearbox so you don't have to change gear by hand. Join now and you will automatically receive 50% off your first purchase. I'm afraid there's some bad news. I'm very bad at remembering people's names. The book was badly written. The room had a balcony overlooking the harbour. I'm not very good at basketball. Suzy had a bath and went to bed. Their new house has two bathrooms. The house has four bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room. He put his glasses on the bedside table and went to sleep. He works as a biologist, studying bears in Canada. It's a bit cold in here – can you turn the heating up? They gave us a big bowl of rice and two sets of chopsticks. Sally broke the camera when she dropped it on the floor. The Christmas lights are really bright this year. She likes her bungalow because everything is on one level. You need a lot of money to start a new business. I need to buy a new suit for the dinner next week. The train works by picking up electricity from the tracks. They lived in cabins in the woods and hunted bears for their fur. Can I use a calculator to work out the answers? What's on Channel 4? I've had a chat with Sue about it. You can choose between ice cream and apple tart. He prefers rock and roll to classical music. Let's clear the floor and make room so we can dance. Do you have a cloth that I can use to clean up the mess?

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English Headword
club colony compartment computer concert condition contraction cooker cool cottage crew crew member dash day decision desert island designer detached house dining room dirty dishwasher DIY do dog food domestic eccentric end estate agent excited exclamation

Pronunciation
/kl b/ / kɒləni/ /kəm pɑ tmənt/ /kəm pju tə/ / kɒnsət/ /kən diʃən/ /kən tr kʃən/ / kυkə/ /ku l/ / kɒtid / /kru / / kru membə/ /d ʃ/ /dei/ /di si ən/ / dezət ailənd/ /di zainə/ /di t tʃt haυs/ / dainiŋ ru m, rυm/ / d ti/ / diʃ wɒʃə/ / di ai wai/ /du / / dɒ fu d/ /də mestik/ /ik sentrik/ /end/ /i steit eid ənt/ /ik saitid/ / eksklə meiʃən/

German
Club, Verein Kolonie, Siedlung Abteil Computer Konzert Zustand Zusammenziehung Kocher cool, geil kleines Landhaus Besatzung, Crew Besatzungsmitglied Gedankenstrich Tag Entscheidung verlassene Insel Designer, Designerin alleinstehendes Haus Esszimmer schmutzig Spülmaschine Heimwerken, Do-it-yourself machen, erledigen Hundefutter häuslich exzentrisch Ende, Schluss Makler aufgeregt Ausruf, Aufschrei

French
le club la colonie le compartiment l'ordinateur le concert la condition la contraction le réchaud, la cuisinière cool, sympa la petite maison, le cottage l'équipage le membre d'équipage le tiret le jour la décision l'île déserte le/la styliste (aussi: concepteur, trice) la maison quatre façades la salle à manger sale le lave-vaisselle le bricolage faire la nourriture pour chiens domestique excentrique la fin l'agent immobilier enthousiasmé l'exclamation

Example Sentence
I'm a member of the local drama club. They dream of starting a colony of humans on Mars. Each compartment on the train has its own window. I do a lot of my work on the computer. We went to a rock concert last night. After the accident his health was in poor condition for a while. "Isn't" is a contraction of the words "is not". A gas cooker is cheaper to run than an electric one. These new trainers are really cool! They live in London but also have a cottage in Wales. The plane crew are trained in fire safety procedures. Each crew member has a different job to do. You can use a dash – like this – when you want the reader to pause slightly. I exercise for 20 minutes twice a day. Ben knew he'd made the right decision . This new TV series is about a plane crash on a desert island. She wants to be a designer in the fashion industry. After living in a flat for so long, a detached house is wonderful. Let's go through to the dining room and eat. Just leave the dirty dishes – we'll wash them in the morning. Have you finished loading the dishwasher? DIY causes many accidents in the home. The decorator's coming back to do the other rooms tomorrow. What kind of dog food does your dog like best? They enjoyed 30 years of domestic happiness. Aunt Nessy was always a bit eccentric. Keep trying and you'll succeed in the end. The estate agent said our house was worth £200,000. The kids are getting really excited about the trip. There were exclamations of disgust when they brought the food.

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English Headword
exercise bike fail fast food feed feeder fifth-floor fit fixed flat float floor fly away fridge frog fun future general get get back get on with sb get up to go go on good (– time) good at gravity great guitar gymnastics happy

Pronunciation
/ eksəsaiz baik/ /feil/ / fɑ st fu d/ /fi d/ / fi də/ / fifθ flɔ / /fit/ /fikst/ /fl t/ /fləυt/ /flɔ / / flai ə wei/ /frid / /frɒ / /f n/ / fju tʃə/ / d enərəl/ / et/ / et b k/ / et ɒn wið, wiθ/ / et / əυ/ / əυ ɒn/ / υd/ / υd ət, t/ / r vəti/ / reit/ / i tɑ / /d im n stiks/ / h pi/ p tə, tυ/

German
Fahrrad-Heimtrainer scheitern, durchfallen Fastfood füttern Fütterungs-, Futterstelle fünfter Stock fit, in Form befestigt Wohnung schwimmen, treiben Stockwerk, Etage davonfliegen Kühlschrank Frosch Spaß Zukunft allgemein bekommen, erhalten zurückkommen mit jdm. zurechtkommen etw. anstellen gehen angehen gut (gute Zeit) (in einer Sache) gut sein Schwerkraft groß, riesig Gitarre Turnen glücklich

French
le vélo d'appartement échouer le fast food donner à manger la mangeoire le cinquième étage en forme fixé l'appartement flotter l'étage s'envoler le frigo la grenouille l'amusement le futur général recevoir revenir s'entendre avec qqn préparer un mauvais coup aller s'allumer bon bon à (be - : faire bien qch) la gravité, la pesanteur grand la guitare la gymnastique heureux

Example Sentence
There are several exercise bikes in the gym that I go to. She failed all her exams. Don't eat fast food too often or you'll get fat. Have you fed the cats this morning? Let's put a bird feeder in the garden this winter. The firm's fifth-floor offices are very pleasant. He was still very fit even in his seventies. All the furniture is fixed to the floor so you can't move it. There are four flats on each floor of the block. Oil floats on water. This lift only goes up to the eighth floor. The sudden gust of wind made my papers fly away down the street. There's more milk in the fridge. The frog hopped back into the pond. The party was great fun. Young people often don't think about the future. This book should give you a general idea of the subject. I got a phone call from Sid last week. What time will you get back from London? How well do you get on with your mother-in-law? Have you been getting up to mischief while I've been away? We're going on a cruise to Alaska. When you push this button all the lights go on. Have a good time, but don't be late home. He's really good at making up stories for the kids. Gravity is the reason things fall down instead of up. We had great fun. This is the electric guitar that Jimi Hendrix played. You have to start gymnastics when you are very young. I was so happy to hear about the birth of your baby.

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English Headword
horrible housework how old? huge hungry ice-skating incredible! install interesting interests Internet café interrupt sb interview intonation invent inventor ironing judo keep fit kitchen laboratory last lay layout lights line linking live living living room

Pronunciation
/ hɒrəbəl/ / haυsw k/ / haυ əυld/ /hju d / / h ŋ ri/ / ais skeitiŋ/ /in kredəbəl/ /in stɔ l/ / intrəstiŋ/ / intrəsts/ / intənet k fei/ / intə r pt s mbədi/ / intəvju / / intə neiʃən/ /in vent/ /in ventə/ / aiəniŋ/ / d u dəυ/ / ki p fit/ / kitʃən/ /lə bɒrətri/ /lɑ st/ /lei/ / leiaυt/ / laits/ /lain/ / liŋkiŋ/ /liv/ / liviŋ/ / liviŋ ru m, rυm/

German
schrecklich Hausarbeit, Haushalt wie alt? groß, geräumig hungrig Schlittschuh laufen unglaublich anschließen, installieren interessant Interessen Internet-Café jdn. unterbrechen Interview, Befragung, Gespräch Aussprache, Intonation erfinden Erfinder Bügeln Judo sich fit halten Küche Labor dauern decken Layout, Gestaltung Lichter Strich, Linie verbindend leben, wohnen WohnWohnzimmer

French
horrible le ménage quel âge? spacieux be - : avoir faim le patinage sur glace incroyable! installer intéressant les intérêts le cybercafé interrompre qqn l'interview l'intonation inventer l'inventeur, l'inventrice le repassage le judo se maintenir en forme la cuisine (pièce) le laboratoire durer mettre la présentation, la structure les lumières la ligne de liaison vivre, habiter (salle) de séjour le salon

Example Sentence
That was a horrible thing to say. I usually do the housework at weekends. How old was your dad when the war started? They have a huge house in the country. I'm hungry – is lunch almost ready? They freeze the water in winter so that people can go ice-skating. They've won the championship! That's incredible! A plumber is coming to install the new washing machine today. Did you meet anybody interesting at the party last night? She has a broad range of interests, from flying planes to sewing. When my computer breaks down I go to the Internet café to send my e-mail. Sorry to interrupt you, but someone's come to see you. I've got a job interview this afternoon. He's Welsh, so his English intonation is very musical. Who invented the first computer? The inventor of the telephone was Alexander Graham Bell. I hate doing the ironing. I use judo as an outlet for stress. She keeps fit by going to the gym twice a week. Jo is in the kitchen making a sandwich. This laboratory uses animals in its experiments. His first marriage lasted 10 years. Can you get the plates and cutlery and lay the table, please. This drawing shows the layout of my new book. We could see the lights of the city up ahead. Draw a straight line across the top of the page. A conjunction is a linking word that joins parts of a sentence together. People used to think that little green men lived on Mars. This is the living area, and the kitchen is through there. Jay's in the living room watching TV.

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English Headword
look look after look after a pet lose make mansion match meet sb menu mess microwave mmm mobile phone musical instrument news noise normal of course old once orbit outside oven own oxygen parent pass pepper personality (TV personalities) phone call

Pronunciation
/lυk/ /lυk ɑ ftə/ /lυk ɑ ftər ə pet/ /lu z/ /meik/ / m nʃən/ /m tʃ/ / mi t s mbədi intrəstiŋ/ / menju / /mes/ / maikrəweiv/ /m/ / məυbail fəυn/ / mju zikəl instrəmənt/ /nju z/ /nɔiz/ / nɔ məl/ /əv kɔ s/ /əυld/ /w ns/ / ɔ bit/ /aυt said/ / vən/ /əυn/ / ɒksid ən/ / peərənt/ /pɑ s/ / pepə/ / p sə n ləti/ / fəυn kɔ l/

German
aussehen versorgen, sich kümmern um auf ein Haustier aufpassen verlieren machen Herrenhaus Spiel jdn. treffen, jdm. begegnen Speisekarte Durcheinander, Unordnung Mikrowellenherd Mmm! Handy Musikinstrument Nachricht, Neuigkeit Geräusch, Lärm normal natürlich alt einmal umkreisen außerhalb von Ofen, Herd eigen Sauerstoff Elternteil (Mutter oder Vater) bestehen Pfeffer Persönlichkeit Telefonanruf

French
avoir l'air s'occuper de

Example Sentence
You look tired – did you stay up late last night? Can you look after my fish while I'm on holiday?

s'occuper d'un animal de compagnie Will you look after Rover while I go to the shops? perdre faire, établir le manoir le match rencontrer qqn le menu le désordre, la pagaïe le micro-ondes Mmm! le gsm l'instrument de musique la (les) nouvelle(s) le bruit normal bien sûr âgé une fois être en orbite à l'extérieur de le four propre l'oxygène le parent (père ou mère) réussir le poivre la personnalité l'appel téléphonique I might lose my camera if I take it on the trip. We've made plans to go to Thailand for two weeks next year. She lives in a huge mansion in an expensive part of town. Did you watch the match between Kenya and Ireland? I met a really interesting guy at the party yesterday. Is steak on the menu tonight? I'm afraid my room's a bit of a mess. It takes only 3 minutes to cook a potato in the microwave. Mmm, this cake is delicious! I lost my mobile phone and somebody's been making calls on it. Can you play any musical instruments? I heard some terrible news about Charlie. The children were making really loud noises. This is normal food for somebody who's lived on a farm all their life. Of course you can come and see us! How old is your youngest brother? I've been going there once a day since the accident. Hermes is a satellite that orbits the Earth sending out signals. They have a big house outside Manchester somewhere. Heat the oven to 200 degrees. She wants her own room. Water molecules are made of one hydrogen and two oxygen atoms. My parents are coming to visit next week. I'm sure she'll pass her driving test first time. The soup needs a little more salt and pepper. Anybody who works in television is known as a personality these days. I need to make a phone call.

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English Headword
phrase piano planet play pleased position punctuation put out radio rap real really reason receive recycle repairs respect result right? robot routine rubbish sad salt save scientific secretary semi-detached house serious shower

Pronunciation
/freiz/ /pi nəυ/ / pl nət/ /plei/ /pli zd/ /pə ziʃən/ / p ŋktʃu eiʃən/ /pυt aυt/ / reidiəυ/ /r p/ /riəl/ / riəli/ / ri zən/ /ri si v/ / ri saikəl/ /ri peəz/ /ri spekt/ /ri z lt/ /rait/ / rəυbɒt/ /ru ti n/ / r biʃ/ /s d/ /sɔ lt/ /seiv/ / saiən tifik/ / sekrətəri/ / semi dit tʃt haυs/ / siəriəs/ / ʃaυə/

German
Satz, Ausdruck Klavier Planet spielen zufrieden Position, Stellung Zeichensetzung, Interpunktion hinausstellen Radio Rap WAHR wirklich, tatsächlich Grund, Ursache erhalten, bekommen wiederverwerten Reparaturen, Instandsetzung respektieren Ergebnis einverstanden? Roboter Tagesablauf, Routine Abfall traurig Salz retten wissenschaftlich Sekretär, Sekretärin Doppelhaus-Hälfte ernst, schwer Dusche

French
l'expression le piano la planète jouer content la position la ponctuation sortir (mettre dehors) la radio le rap réel, vrai vraiment la raison recevoir recycler les réparations respecter le résultat d'accord? le robot la routine, les habitudes les détritus triste le sel sauver scientifique le/la secrétaire la maison mitoyenne sérieux la douche

Example Sentence
What does the phrase "over the moon" mean? I'm learning to play the piano. Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system. Do you know how to play the trumpet? Mum was pleased with me for cleaning my room. My leg hurts – I've been sitting in the same position all day. The punctuation in this essay is awful. Don't forget to put out the rubbish on Tuesday. The pilot panicked when his radio stopped working. I think rap music was invented for people who can't sing. The garden has turned into a real jungle. Yeah, he's a really nice guy. One reason the team played so badly was that Malcolm was injured. She received a letter from her mother. We can recycle things like used bottles, paper and cans. The bill for the repairs came to £650. He was a very good teacher - I respected him a lot. The whole situation was the result of a silly mistake. So, we'll meet at the club tonight, right? Most of the work in the factory is now done by robots. My daily routine starts with breakfast at 7. Could you put this rubbish outside in the bin? The movie had a very sad ending. Add a pinch of salt to the mixture. Mark ran into the burning building to save the child. He does scientific research in the African jungle. Please make an appointment with my secretary. We live in a semi-detached house in Purley. There's been a serious road accident. Are you in the shower?

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English Headword
sink situation sleep sleeping bag sociable sofa solar power space shuttle space station space suit special spend start storey stressful style switch over table take take care techno tennis game terraced house text tidy tidy time tired toilet tour

Pronunciation
/siŋk/ / sitʃu eiʃən/ /sli p/ / sli piŋ b / səυʃəbəl/ / səυfə/ / səυlə paυə/ / speis ʃ tl/ / speis steiʃən/ / speis su t, sju t/ / speʃəl/ /spend/ /stɑ t/ / stɔ ri/ / stresfəl/ /stail/ / switʃ əυvə/ / teibəl/ /teik/ / teik keə/ / teknəυ/ / tenis eim/ / terəst haυs/ /tekst/ / taidi/ / taidi/ /taim/ /taiəd/ / tɔilət/ /tυə/ /

German
sinken Situation, Lage schlafen Schlafsack gesellig Sofa Solarenergie Raumschiff Raumstation Raumanzug besonders, außergewöhnlich verbringen (Zeit) anfangen, beginnen Stockwerk, Etage aufreibend, stressig Stil umschalten Tisch nehmen pass auf dich auf Technomusik, Techno Tennisspiel Reihenhaus Text aufräumen aufgeräumt Zeit müde Toilette Rundreise

French
couler la situation dormir le sac de couchage sociable le sofa l'énergie solaire la navette spatiale la station orbitale la combinaison d'astronaute spécial, exceptionnel passer (du temps) fonder l'étage stressant le style changer (de chaîne) la table prendre prendre soin la techno le tennis maison mitoyenne le texte ranger en ordre le temps fatigué les toilettes le voyage, la tournée

Example Sentence
The boat sank after hitting a rock. We are in a very difficult situation. Did you sleep well? This sleeping bag is really warm. They're a very pleasant, sociable couple. She sat down on the sofa. We heat some of our water using solar power. The space shuttle is due to land back on Earth next week. Several countries have sent people to work on the space station. This space suit will protect you and supply you with oxygen. We have a very special guest with us this evening. I spent all my time watching girls on the beach. You need lots of confidence to start your own business. They live on the top storey of an old three-storey house. Moving to a new house is a very stressful experience. He's trying to copy Picasso's style of painting. I'm going to switch over now to watch the news on Channel 4. I'll lay the table if you tell me where the plates are. Can you take the dog out? He needs a walk. Take care, now, and I'll see you again next week. I prefer techno because it sounds really modern. My tennis game isn't very good these days. Leeds used to be full of rows of terraced houses. There's a mistake on line 43 of the text of this document. Your grandmother's coming, so make sure you tidy your room! Your grandmother's coming, so make sure your room is tidy! I don't have time to speak to you now – call me later. I felt so tired that I had to lie down. The toilet is upstairs, on the right. We went on a 14-day tour of Egypt.

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English Headword
trip T-shirt up to vacuuming Valentine card video view voice control wallet wardrobe washbasin washing washing machine washing-up watch weekend weightless well-paid wet win work worried write year you know

Pronunciation
/trip/ / ti ʃ t/ / p tə, tυ/ / v kjυmiŋ/ / v ləntain kɑ d/ / vidiəυ/ /vju / / vɔis kən trəυl/ / wɒlət/ / wɔ drəυb/ / wɒʃ beisən/ / wɒʃiŋ/ / wɒʃiŋ mə ʃi n/ / wɒʃiŋ /wɒtʃ/ / wi k end, wi kend/ / weitləs/ / wel peid/ /wet/ /win/ /w k/ / w rid/ /rait/ /jiə/ /jə nəυ/ p/

German
Ausflug, Fahrt T-shirt bis zu staubsaugen Valentinskarte Videogerät Aussicht, Ausblick Sprachsteuerung Brieftasche Garderobe Waschbecken Wäsche Waschmaschine Abwasch ansehen, anschauen Wochenende schwerelos gut bezahlt nass gewinnen funktionieren besorgt schreiben Jahr du weißt doch, Sie wissen doch

French
le voyage le t-shirt jusqu'à (nombre, quantité) passer l'aspirateur la carte de Saint-Valentin le magnétoscope la vue le contrôle de la voix le portefeuille la garde-robe le lavabo la lessive la machine à laver la vaisselle (activité) regarder le week-end en état d'apesanteur bien payé mouillé gagner fonctionner inquiet écrire l'année tu sais, vous savez

Example Sentence
Dad's promised us a trip to Disneyland. She was wearing jeans and a T-shirt. You can have up to five e-mail addresses on this account. I've done the vacuuming in the living room – what's next? How many Valentine cards did you get this year? Why is the video not working? There's a very good view of Torquay from my bedroom window. You can operate this robot dog using voice control. I've only got about £10 in my wallet. Hang your clothes in the wardrobe. There's a towel on the rail next to the washbasin. I need to do three lots of washing this weekend. Put your T-shirts in the washing machine and turn it to number 5. It's your turn to do the washing-up. We watched a movie on TV. What are you doing at the weekend? They did an experiment to simulate the effects of being weightless. Advertising is a very well-paid occupation. Her hair was wet because she had been out in the rain. Mark's team won the basketball tournament. This camera works by turning what you see into digital information. Her mother is worried that she might not get better. We teach children how to read and write. I go there on holiday three or four times a year. I can't remember his name – you know – the guy with the beard.

Module 3
admire aggressive agree alive /əd maiə/ /ə resiv/ /ə ri / /ə laiv/ bewundern aggressiv, angriffslustig sich einig sein, übereinstimmen lebend admirer agressif être d'accord en vie I always admired my mother for her courage and patience. He is very aggressive when he plays football. Paul and I don't agree on everything. They didn't expect to find anyone alive after the explosion.

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English Headword
ambitious ambulance anger animal rights appear applause (= clapping) architect arrive arrogant bare hands beach begin behave behaviour black (Afro-Carribean) blame body builder book bookshop boss brave bravery calm campaign campaign for/against sth campaigner castle challenge chance character

Pronunciation
/ m biʃəs/ / mbjələns/ / ŋ ə/ / nəməl raits/ /ə piə/ /ə plɔ z/ / ɑ kitekt/ /ə raiv/ / rə ənt/ / beə h ndz/ /bi tʃ/ /bi in/ /bi heiv/ /bi heivjə/ /bl k/ /bleim/ / bɒdi bildə/ /bυk/ / bυkʃɒp/ /bɒs/ /breiv/ / breivəri/ /kɑ m/ /k m pein/ /k m pein fɔ , ə enst/ /k m peinə/ / kɑ səl/ / tʃ lənd / /tʃɑ ns/ / k riktə/

German
ehrgeizig Krankenwagen Ärger, Wut Tierrechte mitspielen, erscheinen Beifall Architekt ankommen eingebildet, arrogant bloße Hände Strand beginnen sich benehmen Benehmen, Verhalten schwarz jdm. die Schuld geben Bodybuilder Buch Buchhandlung Chef mutig Mut, Tapferkeit ruhig Kampagne, Wahlkampf für/gegen etw. kämpfen Demonstrant, Aktivist Schloss herausfordern Gelegenheit Persönlichkeit

French
ambitieux l'ambulance la colère les droits des animaux apparaître les applaudissements l'architecte arriver arrogant les mains nues la plage commencer se comporter le comportement noir blâmer, accuser le/la culturiste le livre la librairie le patron, le chef brave, courageux la bravoure calme la campagne (électorale, etc.) la campagne en faveur de /contre le militant le château mettre au défi l'occasion le personnage

Example Sentence
We are looking for ambitious, hard-working young people. I asked a neighbour to call an ambulance. I felt such anger when I saw what the burglars had done. Bill has been involved in the animal rights movement for years. She appeared in that Australian TV series for years. There was applause from the fans as the team left the field. Her dad is an architect – he designed this building. We arrived at the party just as Lee was leaving. He's so arrogant that he thought he would win easily. Don't ever try to fight a crocodile with your bare hands! Shall we go to the beach and have a swim? The meeting will begin at 10:00. Some boys behaved badly at the party. I'm not very pleased with your behaviour. He'll be the first black President of the USA. They blamed the captain for the team's defeat. My nephew is a champion body-builder. Have you read that book about Hawaii? A new bookshop has opened on the high street. She asked her boss for the day off. He wasn't brave enough to dive into the deep water. He was awarded a medal for his bravery. I took a deep breath and tried to keep calm. The election campaign was long and not very pleasant. This organisation campaigns against poverty in the third world. Campaigners against animal experiments interrupted the meeting. This castle was built in the sixteenth century to defend the city. Bob challenged anyone to try to beat him. Have you had a chance to read the paper yet? She's the most interesting character in the whole programme.

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English Headword
cheer chief child labour children’s rights cinema clap clean clear colonialism come come back come from comedy comfort comfortable company creature cruel cry curtain cut dead death decision decisive demand democracy depressed die disappear

Pronunciation
/tʃiə/ /tʃi f/ / tʃaild leibə/ / tʃildrənz raits/ / sinəmə/ /kl p/ /kli n/ /kliə/ /kə ləυniəlizəm/ /k m/ /k m b k/ / k m frəm, frɒm/ / kɒmədi/ / k mfət/ / k mftəbəl, k mfət-/ / k mpəni/ / kri tʃə/ / kru əl/ /krai/ / k tn/ /k t/ /ded/ /deθ/ /di si ən/ /di saisiv/ /di mɑ nd/ /di mɒkrəsi/ /di prest/ /dai/ / disə piə/

German
jdm. zujubeln Haupt-, leitend Kinderarbeit Rechte der Kinder Kino klatschen sauber klar, deutlich Kolonialismus kommen zurückkommen aus etw. kommen Komödie trösten bequem Theatergruppe, Gesellschaft Wesen, Geschöpf grausam weinen Vorhang (an-/auf-) schneiden tot Tod Entscheidung entscheidungsfreudig fordern Demokratie niedergeschlagen sterben verschwinden

French
acclamer principal, en chef le travail des enfants les droits des enfants le cinéma applaudir propre clair le colonialisme venir revenir venir de la comédie réconforter confortable la compagnie (théâtrale) la créature cruel pleurer le rideau couper mort la mort la décision décidé, qui sait prendre des décisions exiger la démocratie déprimé mourir disparaître

Example Sentence
The crowd cheered as the players ran onto the field. Doctor Smith is the government's chief medical officer. Child labour is no longer legal in this country. He works for an organisation that protects children's rights. Shall we go to the cinema tonight? We all clapped and cheered. He put on a clean shirt. His writing isn't very clear. Many African countries have a history of European colonialism. It would be nice if Chris could come. He won't be coming back for at least two years. These bananas come from somewhere in the Caribbean. All my favourite films are comedies. The boy's mother tried to comfort him. Are you comfortable sitting on the floor? He acted with the same theatre company as Laurence Olivier. This pond is full of all sorts of living creatures. People who are cruel to animals make me mad. Maria read the letter and started to cry. Close the curtains and turn the light on. Shall I cut the cake? Her mother's been dead for two years. After her husband's death, she lived alone for 20 years. Ben knew he'd made the right decision. I'm not very decisive – I can never make my mind up. People are demanding that the company is closed down. I believe in freedom and democracy. She became very depressed after losing her job. He died at the age of 78. The plane disappeared from the radar screens.

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English Headword
disbelief dishonest easy election emergency emergency services enter equal rights establish evil exact except for expression famous for sth favourite fictional fight fight fight fight for sth film star find out about sth franchise freedom freedom of speech full funny generous get

Pronunciation
/ disbə li f/ /dis ɒnəst/ / i zi/ /i lekʃən/ /i m d ənsi/ /i m d ənsi s visiz/ / entə/ / i kwəl raits/ /i st bliʃ/ / i vəl/ /i z kt/ /ik sept fə, fɔ / /ik spreʃən/ / feiməs fə, fɔ / / feivərət/ / fikʃənəl/ /fait/ /fait/ /fait/ / fait fə s mθiŋ/ / film stɑ / /faind aυt əbaυt s mθiŋ/ / fr ntʃaiz/ / fri dəm/ / fri dəm əv spi tʃ/ /fυl/ / f ni/ / d enərəs/ / et/

German
Unglauben unehrlich einfach, leicht Wahl Notfall Rettungsdienst betreten gleiche Rechte gründen übel, schlimm genau außer, mit Ausnahme von Ausdruck berühmt für etw. sein Lieblingserfunden, fiktiv streiten Streiterei, Kampf durchfechten für etw. kämpfen Filmstar etw. über jdn. herausfinden Franchise-Unternehmen, Lizenzbetrieb Freiheit Redefreiheit voll, ganz lustig großzügig werden

French
l'incrédulité malhonnête facile les élections l'urgence les services d'urgence entrer dans les droits égaux établir mal exact sauf, excepté l'expression célèbre pour favori de fiction se battre, combattre la lutte porter en justice se battre pour la star de cinéma découvrir la licence la liberté la liberté d'expression plein, entier amusant, drôle généreux devenir

Example Sentence
He stared at the broken window in disbelief. Some people think that all politicians are dishonest. The test was really easy. Buffy won the election for school president. Make sure you know what to do in an emergency. Call the emergency services and ask for the fire brigade! As soon as I entered the room, I knew something was wrong. Men and women have equal voting rights in this country. He established the business in 1982. You are an evil killer and you will go to prison for 20 years. I can remember his exact words. They all scored 25 except for Julie, who got 31. What does the expression "for ages" mean? He's famous for the invention of the railway locomotive. We chose Joe's favourite music for the party. Oliver is a fictional character in a book by Charles Dickens. My brother and I often fight, but we never really hurt each other. Sam's always getting into fights at school. I'll fight this case all the way to highest court in the land. Amnesty fights for the rights of people in prison. She was a Hollywood film star in the 1930s. How did you find out about John's background? He runs the shop but doesn't own the products – it's just a franchise. Kids have too much freedom nowadays. There's no freedom of speech in these meetings – you can't say what you think. He has full membership of the club but I'm just a visitor. It was one of the funniest films I've ever seen. It was really generous of Jack to take us all on holiday. It gets very cold at night.

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English Headword
get in get out of ghost ghost story give glass go goodness grilled guess hard-working harm hatred have headline hear heaven hero heroine hesitate hesitation hit honest horrible human rights hunger strike incident include indecisive independence

Pronunciation
/ et in/ / et aυt əv, ɒv/ / əυst/ / əυst stɔ ri/ / iv/ / lɑ s/ / əυ/ / υdnəs/ / rild/ / es/ / hɑ d w kiŋ/ /hɑ m/ / heitrəd/ /həv, h v/ / hedlain/ /hiə/ / hevən/ / hiərəυ/ / herəυin/ / hezəteit/ / hezə teiʃən/ /hit/ / ɒnəst/ / hɒrəbəl/ / hju mən raits/ / h ŋ ə straik/ / insədənt/ /in klu d/ / indi saisiv/ / indi pendəns/

German
hineinkommen, eindringen hinausbefördern, wegbekommen Geist, Gespenst Gespenstergeschichte geben Glas gehen Güte gegrillt raten, erraten fleißig, arbeitsam Leid, Schaden Hass haben Schlagzeile, Überschrift hören Himmel Held Heldin zögern Zögern schlagen anständig, ehrenwert schrecklich Menschenrechte Hungerstreik Zwischenfall, Ereignis berücksichtigen, beinhalten unentschlossen Unabhängigkeit

French
pénétrer, entrer sortir, écarter le fantôme l'histoire de fantômes donner le verre aller la bonté grillé deviner travailleur le mal la haine avoir le titre (dans la presse) entendre le ciel le héros l'héroïne hésiter l'hésitation frapper honnête horrible les droits de l'homme la grève de la faim l'incident inclure, comprendre indécis l'indépendance

Example Sentence
They got in by breaking the window. I've got to get Arthur out of my life and move on! The ghost of Marie Antoinette haunts the palace. We sit around the fire in the dark and tell each other ghost stories. Can you give me a lift to the bus stop? She knocked the glass of water off the table and broke it. After tonight they go on tour to the USA. She's one of those people whose goodness is obvious to everyone. Grilled food is often less fatty than fried food. I guessed her age correctly. I have lots of hard-working pupils in my class. We must protect our children from harm. Her hatred of spiders is well known. Sit down and have a break for five minutes. Here are today's newspaper headlines. Can you hear that noise? Do you think that bad people go to heaven too? When the soldiers returned, they were treated as heroes. She was one of the heroines of the French Olympic team. She hesitated before answering. He answered without hesitation. He hit me with his tennis racket! My father was a very honest man. That was a horrible thing to say. The government has been accused of human rights abuses. 300 students occupied the building and over 50 went on hunger strike. One man was arrested following the incident. The film festival includes movies from around the world. He was a weak, indecisive leader. Nigeria gained independence from Britain in 1960.

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English Headword
intelligent kill oneself killer kind (of people) labour last night law lawyer league lie life lifesaver live local locate look look up Look! lose love story mad mad main make march maybe mean meeting member of parliament mention

Pronunciation
/in telid ənt/ / kil w n self/ / kilə/ /kaind/ / leibə/ / lɑ st nait/ /lɔ / / lɔ jə/ /li / /lai/ /laif/ / laif seivə/ /liv/ / ləυkəl/ /ləυ keit/ /lυk/ /lυk /lυk/ /lu z/ / l v stɔ ri/ /m d/ /m d/ /mein/ /meik/ /mɑ tʃ/ / meibi/ /mi n/ / mi tiŋ/ / membər əv pɑ ləmənt/ / menʃən/ p/

German
intelligent sich töten Mörder, Killer freundlich, gütig Arbeit letzte Nacht Gesetz Rechtsanwalt, Anwalt Liga, Bündnis liegen Leben Lebensretter leben, wohnen örtlich ausfindig machen, lokalisieren aussehen aufsehen, aufblicken Schau! Schauen Sie! verlieren Liebesgeschichte verrückt verrückt (werden) Haupthalten, machen Marsch, Fußmarsch vielleicht gemein, mies Versammlung, Sitzung

French
intelligent se tuer le tueur, la tueuse gentil le travail hier soir, la nuit dernière la loi l'avocat la ligue être couché la vie qui peut sauver la vie vivre local, régional, du coin repérer, localiser avoir l'air lever les yeux Regarde! Regardez! perdre l'histoire d'amour fou fou principal faire la marche peut-être mesquin la réunion

Example Sentence
Lisa is a very intelligent and quick student. If you keep working this hard, you'll kill yourself. Are there really such things as killer bees? They looked after me and were really kind and generous. They used to run the factories partly using child labour. I didn't get much sleep last night. The law says that you must not sell alcohol to people under the age of 18. His defence lawyer is the best in the country. Is this country a member of the League of Nations? She was lying on the grass. Leave me alone – just go away and get out of my life! A microwave oven can be a real lifesaver when you're short of time. Matt lives in Boston. You can now get this fruit in your local supermarket. Divers have located the shipwreck. He doesn't look at all well. She didn't look up when I said her name. Look! There's the coast of France! He lost because the other boxer had a harder punch. "Romeo and Juliet" is one of the greatest love stories ever told. You'd be mad to give up a good job like that. I'm going mad trying to get everything done in time. He plays the main character in the story. She made a speech about the war in Iraq. The march will go from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament. Maybe they haven't got your letter yet. It was really mean of you to call him a coward. There's an important meeting this afternoon. He is Member of Parliament for Bradford West. Your name was mentioned in the book.

Abgeordneter, Parlamentsmitglied le député, la députée erwähnen, nennen mentionner

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English Headword
midnight militant minister murder nasty national naturally offend sb opinion opportunity pain painful panic parliament peace perform personally poet poison poison poisoned poisonous pollution postpone pray probably protest protest march proud public meeting

Pronunciation
/ midnait/ / milətənt/ / minəstə/ / m də/ / nɑ sti/ / n ʃənəl/ / n tʃərəli/ /ə fend s mbədi/ /ə pinjən/ / ɒpə tju nəti/ /pein/ / peinfəl/ / p nik/ / pɑ ləmənt/ /pi s/ /pə fɔ m/ / p sənəli/ / pəυət/ / pɔizən/ / pɔizən/ / pɔizənd/ / pɔizənəs/ /pə lu ʃən/ /pəυs pəυn/ /prei/ / prɒbəbli/ / prəυtest/ / prəυtest mɑ tʃ/ /praυd/ / p blik mi tiŋ/

German
Mitternacht militant, gewaltbereit Minister, Ministerin Mord böse, unfreundlich national natürlich, selbstverständlich jdn. beleidigen Meinung Möglichkeit, Gelegenheit Schmerz schmerzhaft in Panik geraten Parlament Frieden auftreten persönlich Dichter, Dichterin Gift vergiften vergiftet giftig Umweltverschmutzung verschieben beten wahrscheinlich Demonstration

French
minuit le militant le/la ministre le meurtre méchant national naturellement offenser qqn l'opinion l'occasion, l'opportunité la douleur douloureux paniquer le parlement la paix se produire personnellement le poète, la poétesse le poison empoisonner empoisonné toxique la pollution postposer prier probablement la protestation, la contestation

Example Sentence
We stayed up until midnight. It's a militant protest group that believes in using violence. Who's the Minister for Education? Police believe the murders were committed by the same person. Why are they being so nasty to me? He lost at the national elections but won a seat on the local council. Naturally, we wanted to win. Will it offend him if I call him by his first name? I think she's beautiful, but that's only my opinion. I'd love to have the opportunity to study abroad. She had a pain in her chest. Her sore throat was very painful. The crowd panicked when the bomb went off. Laws are made by parliament. When will there be peace in Northern Ireland? Many students performed in the school play. Personally, I don't like war movies. Dylan Thomas was a famous Welsh poet. The plant's leaves contain a deadly poison. I used this stuff to poison all the weeds in my garden. The poisoned meat killed the guard dogs. Many household chemicals are poisonous. Plants and fish are dying because of pollution. The concert was postponed because of rain. Let us pray for peace. It's probably the best beer you can buy. He took part in a protest against the war. The protest march will go down Whitehall to Downing Street. He is proud of his son's achievement. There's a public meeting to discuss plans for the new road.

Protestmarsch, Demonstrationszug la marche de protestation stolz öffentliche Versammlung fier la réunion publique

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English Headword
publicity publish pull put off racism radio programme read relevant remarry repeatedly report rescue return revenge revenge (take – for sth) reward right rights rights romantic run run out of sth safe scene scream see sell sensitive sergeant

Pronunciation
/pə blisəti/ / p bliʃ/ /pυl/ /pυt ɒf/ / reisizəm/ / reidiəυ prəυ r m/ /ri d/ / reləvənt/ / ri m ri/ /ri pi tədli/ /ri pɔ t/ / reskju / /ri t n/ /ri vend / /ri vend / /ri wɔ d/ /rait/ /raits/ /raits/ /rəυ m ntik, rə-/ /r n/ /r n aυt əv s mθiŋ/ /seif/ /si n/ /skri m/ /si / /sel/ / sensətiv/ / sɑ d ənt/

German
öffentliche Aufmerksamkeit herausgeben ziehen verschieben Rassismus Radiosendung lesen passend, von Bedeutung wieder heiraten wiederholt, mehrmals Bericht Rettung zurückkommen, nach Hause kommen Revanche, Rache sich an jdm. für etw. rächen Belohnung richtig Rechte Rechte romantisch rennen, laufen etw. nicht mehr haben, zur Neige gehen sicher Szene Schrei sehen verkaufen einfühlsam Unteroffizier, Sergeant

French
la publicité, la couverture médiatique publier tirer postposer le racisme l'émission de radio lire pertinent, adapté se remarier

Example Sentence
Murder trials always get a lot of publicity. She works for a company that publishes children's books. She pulled the chair forward. Can we put the meeting off till later today? We will not tolerate racism in this school. Terry Wogan has a radio programme every morning on Radio 2. Dad sat in his chair, reading the paper. Are your qualifications relevant to the job? He said he would never remarry after his wife died.

de façon répétée, à plusieurs reprises Graham was repeatedly warned not to work so hard. le rapport le sauvetage revenir, retourner la vengeance se venger la récompense juste, correct les droits les droits romantique courir tomber à court de, manquer de sûr la scène le cri voir vendre sensible le sergent, la sergente Each child wrote a report on their visit to the museum. The newspaper reported his attempted rescue of a drowning man. At eleven o'clock I was still waiting for Simone to return. She was determined to get her revenge for the defeat. She was determined to take her revenge on Sally for the defeat. She offered a reward to anyone who could find her cat. Yes, you're right, that's the answer. What rights do I have if I'm sacked from my job? We criticised the country's poor record on human rights. I wish my boyfriend was more romantic. I can run faster than Tom. We've run out of milk – you'll have to have black coffee. You can walk on the bridge – it's perfectly safe. I loved the final scene where the children arrived home. Sally gave a loud scream when she saw the rat. It was too dark to see anything. I sold Joe my computer fro £100. He was very sensitive to other people's needs. After 10 years in the police force he became a sergeant.

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English Headword
set up shark sit situation skiing slavery sorry speech (freedom of –) speech sports star stepfather story straight strange strangely strike strike success suddenly suffragette suspect suspicious sword take on talk task tasty terribly think think of sth

Pronunciation
/ set /ʃɑ k/ /sit/ / sitʃu eiʃən/ / ski iŋ/ / sleivəri/ / sɒri/ /spi tʃ/ /spi tʃ/ / spɔ ts stɑ / / step fɑ ðə/ / stɔ ri/ /streit/ /streind / / streind li/ /straik/ /straik/ /sək ses/ / s dnli/ / s frə d et/ /sə spekt/ /sə spiʃəs/ /sɔ d/ / teik ɒn/ /tɔ k/ /tɑ sk/ / teisti/ / terəbli/ /θiŋk/ / θiŋk əv s mθiŋ/ p/

German
gründen, einrichten Hai sitzen Situation, Lage Ski fahren Sklaverei tut mir leid Rede (Meinungsfreiheit) Rede Sportstar Stiefvater Geschichte gerade, geradeaus seltsam merkwürdig Streik schlagen Erfolg plötzlich Suffragette, Frauenrechtlerin vermuten, den Verdacht haben misstrauisch Schwert übernehmen sprechen, sich unterhalten Aufgabe schmackhaft, lecker furchtbar glauben sich vorstellen, sich überlegen

French
établir le requin être assis la situation le ski (activité) l'esclavage désolé la parole le discours la star du sport le beau-père (second mari de la mère) l'histoire tout droit étrange étrangement la grève frapper le succès soudain la suffragette suspecter, soupçonner suspicieux l'épée reprendre parler la tâche bon, qui a bon goût terriblement penser penser à

Example Sentence
They set up a charity to raise money for sick animals. Sharks were circling around our boat. The children were all sitting on the floor. We are in a very difficult situation. We went skiing in Switzerland. The United States ended slavery after the Civil War. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to scare you. Freedom of speech means anyone can say what they like. He gave a speech to the conference. The sports stars gathered for the awards ceremony. Her mother married her stepfather two years after her real father died. Do you know the story of Peter Pan? Go straight across the bridge and then turn right. I had a strange dream last night. He seems strangely different lately. We're going on strike to protest against our low wages. When the clock struck twelve, I woke up from my dream. Her success is due to hard work. I suddenly realized that someone was following me. Emmeline Pankhurst was a suffragette in the early 20th century. I suspect that one of the boys took the money. I'm suspicious of his reasons for being so nice to me. He drew his sword and attacked me. The Tories took on the government and defeated them in the vote. I could hear Sarah and Andrew talking in the next room. Machines do most of the simple tasks in the factory. This pizza is really tasty. She sang terribly well, and everyone applauded. I think it's a brilliant film. I can't think of one reason to dislike him.

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English Headword
this morning time tip too tour tragedy twenties unconscious upset villain violence violent vote waiter waitress walk war watch wave wise wizard women’s rights wonder work worse write wrong yesterday

Pronunciation
/ðis mɔ niŋ/ /taim/ /tip/ /tu / /tυə/ / tr d ədi/ / twentiz/ / n kɒnʃəs/ / p set/ / vilən/ / vaiələns/ / vaiələnt/ /vəυt/ / weitə/ / weitrəs/ /wɔ k/ /wɔ / /wɒtʃ/ /weiv/ /waiz/ / wizəd/ / wimənz raits/ / w ndə/ /w k/ /w s/ /rait/ /rɒŋ/ / jestədi/

German
heute Vormittag, heute Morgen Zeit Trinkgeld auch Tournee Trägodie

French
ce matin le temps le pourboire aussi la tournée la tragédie

Example Sentence
This morning we're going to read a play. A machine that can travel through time is impossible. I gave the waiter a £5 tip. Jan plays the guitar, and she plays the piano too. The theatre company performed in London and also went on tour. The fishing trip ended in tragedy when one of the men drowned. He was in his twenties when his family moved abroad. The doctor said that she was still unconscious after the operation. She's a bit upset because her cat has died. Dennis Hopper plays the villain in 'Speed'. There is too much violence shown on television. The man was becoming violent, so I called the police. There were 603 votes for Mr Jameson, and only 16 against. She waved to attract the attention of the waiter. During the summer she worked as a waitress. We must have walked ten miles today. He was a prisoner during the Vietnam War. We watched a movie on TV. We waved goodbye to Dad. Do you think that was a wise decision? Merlin was a wizard in the time of King Arthur. Suffragettes campaigned for women's rights, especially the right to vote. We were wondering where you were. I work in a bank. The weather is going to get even worse today. We teach children how to read and write. Your calculations must be wrong. I went swimming yesterday.

in den Zwanzigern, um die zwanzig entre 20 et 30 ans bewusstlos bestürzt Schurke, Bösewicht Gewalt gewalttätig (Wähler-) Stimme Bedienung, Ober, Kellner Bedienung (in der Gastronomie) laufen, gehen Krieg etw. ansehen, etw. anschauen winken klug, weise Zauberer, Hexer die Rechte der Frauen sich fragen arbeiten schlechter schreiben falsch, verkehrt gestern inconscient bouleversé, triste le méchant, la méchante la violence violent le vote le garçon (de café) la serveuse marcher la guerre regarder faire signe de la main sage le magicien, le sorcier les droits de la femme se demander travailler pire écrire faux, inexact, incorrect hier

Module 4
able / eibəl/ fähig, in der Lage (sein) capable I won't be able to go because I've broken my leg.

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English Headword
ability abroad absolutely! accept achieve achievement act activity actor actress admire aggressive already ambition ambitious approach argue athlete awful background badly beat before bookshelf boss brilliant burger bar calm campaign for sth carry on

Pronunciation
/ə biləti/ /ə brɔ d/ / bsəlu tli, /ək sept/ /ə tʃi v/ /ə tʃi vmənt/ / kt/ / k tivəti/ / ktə/ / ktrəs/ /əd maiə/ /ə resiv/ /ɔ l redi/ / m biʃən/ / m biʃəs/ /ə prəυtʃ/ / ɑ ju / / θli t/ / ɔ fəl/ / b k raυnd/ / b dli/ /bi t/ /bi fɔ / / bυkʃelf/ /bɒs/ / briljənt, briljəntli/ /b ə bɑ / /kɑ m/ /k m pein fə s mθiŋ/ / k ri ɒn/ bsə lu tli/

German
Fähigkeit ins/im Ausland Allerdings! annehmen erzielen, erreichen Erfolg, Leistung handeln Aktivität, Betätigung Schauspieler Schauspielerin bewundern aggressiv, angriffslustig schon, bereits Ehrgeiz, Bestreben ehrgeizig näherkommen, zugehen auf streiten Athlet, Sportler furchtbar schlecht Hintergrund, (Familien-) Verhältniss unbedingt schlagen vor Bücherregal Chef, Chefin brillant, hervorragend Snackbar, Imbissbar ruhig für etw. kämpfen fortfahren

French
l'habilité, la capacité à l'étranger absolument! accepter réaliser la réalisation, l'exploit agir l'activité l'acteur l'actrice admirer agressif déjà l'ambition ambitieux s'approcher de, aborder se disputer l'athlète très mauvais l'origine, le vécu absolument, en tout cas battre avant la bibliothèque, l'étagère le/la chef brillant, exceptionnel le fast-food calme lutter pour continuer

Example Sentence
He has the ability to understand difficult ideas. Have you travelled abroad much? "Are you coming with us?" "Absolutely!" Are you going to accept the job? Most of our students achieve excellent exam results. Learning to drive is a great achievement. When someone has a heart attack, you need to act quickly. Do you enjoy sporting activities? He wants to be an actor when he grows up. Elizabeth Taylor is a famous actress. I admired his excellent performance at the tournament. He is very aggressive when he plays football. I've seen that film already. My ambition is to become a doctor. We are looking for ambitious, hard-working young people. A man approached me and asked me the time. I hate it when Mum and Dad argue. Athletes have to be careful with their diet. I'm an awful golfer. Jo and I come from very different backgrounds. They badly want to win something this year. I beat Dad at tennis for the first time today. I usually shower before breakfast. We need a new set of bookshelves to put all these books in. I get on fairly well with my boss. Boris was a brilliant tennis player a few years ago. There's a burger bar on the corner of Albion Street. He stayed calm, and won the match in the end. They campaigned for women's right to vote. He carried on speaking despite the noise going on around him.

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English Headword
cause central heating challenge challenge champion chef chess climate come a long way come off it! come up to sb commercial competition conclusion consciousness context conversation court Cup Final dangerous dark dead deal with defeat dentist determination develop difference difficult direct

Pronunciation
/kɔ z/ / sentrəl hi tiŋ/ / tʃ lənd / / tʃ lənd / / tʃ mpiən/ /ʃef/ /tʃes/ / klaimət/ / k m ə lɒŋ wei/ /k m ɒf it/ /k m p tə s mbədi/ /kə m ʃəl/ / kɒmpə tiʃən/ /kən klu ən/ / kɒnʃəsnəs/ / kɒntekst/ / kɒnvə seiʃən/ /kɔ t/ / k p fainəl/ / deind ərəs/ /dɑ k/ /ded/ / di l wið, wiθ/ /di fi t/ / dentist/ /di t mi neiʃən/ /di veləp/ / difrəns/ / difikəlt/ /di rekt, dai-/

German
verursachen Zentralheizung Herausforderung herausfordern Meister (beim Sport) Koch, Chefkoch Schach Klima einen weiten Weg zurücklegen Hör auf! zu jdn. hingehen wirtschaftlich Wettbewerb, Wettkampf Schluss, Abschluss Bewusstsein Zusammenhang, Kontext Unterhaltung, Gespräch Court, Tennisplatz Cup-Finale, Cup-Endspiel gefährlich dunkel tot erledigen, sich kümmern um Niederlage Zahnarzt, Zahnärztin Entschlossenheit ausführen, weiterentwickeln Unterschied schwierig Regie führen

French
causer, provoquer le chauffage central le défi mettre au défi le champion, la championne le chef coq les échecs (jeu) le climat faire du chemin Arrête! venir vers qqn commercial la compétition, le concours la conclusion la conscience le contexte la conversation le court (de tennis) la finale de la Coupe dangereux noir, sombre mort régler, s'occuper de la défaite le/la dentiste la détermination développer la différence difficile mettre en scène

Example Sentence
Smoking causes cancer. Most of these houses have central heating. It will be a challenge to get everything ready in time. Liverpool challenged Chelsea for the cup. Manchester United are this year's European champions. He works as a chef in a big London hotel. They meet fairly often to play chess. The climate in the Maldives is hot and sunny. They've come a long way since the days when they had no money. Come off it! I don't believe you! He came up to me and hit me on the nose. Not all good films are a commercial success. Who won the poetry competition? In the conclusion to the book, the secret is revealed. He was bleeding heavily and soon lost consciousness. You need to consider these events in their historical context. I had an interesting conversation with Alice yesterday. He's a perfect gentleman, on or off the court. We've got tickets for the Cup Final on Saturday! It's dangerous to walk alone at night around here. It gets dark at about 4 o'clock in the winter. You're dead right – that's exactly what she did! I must deal with all these bills sometime soon. Italy suffered their second defeat of the tournament. I'm going to the dentist to get this tooth taken out. I really admire his determination to succeed! Book Two develops the topics she introduced in Book One. There's very little difference between these two candidates. She has a difficult job trying to meet everyone's requirements. Peter Jackson has directed at least three films in New Zealand.

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English Headword
disability disabled disappointed doctor dominate drown drugs effects engineer escape ever everyday exactly excellent exhibition expect face famous fantastic farmer fast favourite feeling final fire fire station firefighter first frightened gang

Pronunciation
/ disə biləti/ /dis eibəld/ / disə pɔintid/ / dɒktə/ / dɒməneit/ /draυn/ /dr z/ /i fekts/ / end ə niə/ /i skeip/ / evə/ / evridei/ /i z ktli/ / eksələnt/ / eksə biʃən/ /ik spekt/ /feis/ / feiməs/ /f n t stik/ / fɑ mə/ /fɑ st/ / feivərət/ / fi liŋ/ / fainəl/ /faiə/ / faiə steiʃən/ / faiə faitə/ /f st/ / fraitnd/ / ŋ/

German
Behinderung behindert enttäuscht Arzt, Ärztin beherrschen ertrinken Drogen, Arzneimittel Effekte Ingenieur, Ingenieurin ausbrechen, entfliehen jemals, schon einmal täglich genau hervorragend Ausstellung erwarten vor sich haben, gegenüberstehen berühmt fantastisch Bauer, Landwirt schnell LieblingsGefühl Finale Feuer, Brand Feuerwehrhaus Feuerwehrmann erste Angst haben vor Bande

French
le handicap handicapé déçu le docteur, la doctoresse dominer se noyer les drogues, les médicaments les effets l'ingénieur (masculin et féminin) s'échapper jamais, un jour tous les jours, quotidien exactement excellent l'exposition s'attendre à faire face à célèbre fantastique l'agriculteur, l'agricultrice rapide favori le sentiment, la sensation la finale le feu, l'incendie la caserne des pompiers le pompier, la pompière premier effrayé la bande

Example Sentence
The hotel has wheelchair access for people with physical disabilities. There's a lift for disabled people. Julie was disappointed that her friends couldn't come. You should go to the doctor with that cough. Five large companies dominate the car industry. The fishermen drowned when their boat overturned. I'm studying the way that these drugs act on the brain. They used special effects to make it seem that there were thousands of people in the film. She's an engineer on an oil rig in the desert. He escaped from prison by making a tunnel. Have you ever been to New York? Make exercise part of your everyday life. I know exactly when he's going to get here. What an excellent idea! We went to an exhibition of modern paintings at the art gallery. The police are expecting trouble after the match. If he wins this match he'll still face the challenge of Federer in the final. Many famous actors live in Beverly Hills. It's a fantastic film! She married a sheep farmer in New Zealand. She was the fastest runner in the race. They're my favourite rock group. I enjoy running – it gives me a good feeling. The final of the competition is on Monday. The village was completely destroyed by a huge fire. The fire station is open to the public today. Many firefighters died in New York after the plane crash. January is the first month of the year. Liz has always been frightened of spiders. He was beaten up by a gang of youths.

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English Headword
give up grand slam hairdresser health hobby honest honesty horse rider huge ice-hockey impressive improvement inactive injury intelligence intelligent intelligent issue job join jumper life (in real ) life (save sb’s –) lifeguard listen to sb look back lose manage meanwhile mechanic

Pronunciation
/ iv p/ / r nd sl m/ / heə dresə/ /helθ/ / hɒbi/ / ɒnəst/ / ɒnəsti/ / hɔ s raidə/ /hju d / / ais hɒki/ /im presiv/ /im pru vmənt/ /in ktiv/ / ind əri/ /in telid əns/ /in telid ənt/ /in telid ənt/ / iʃu / /d ɒb/ /d ɔin/ /d /laif/ /laif/ / laif ɑ d/ / lisən tə s mbədi/ / lυk b k/ /lu z/ / m nid / / mi nwail/ /mi k nik/ mpə/

German
aufgeben Grand Slam Friseur, Friseurin Gesundheit Hobby, Freizeitbeschäftigung anständig, ehrenwert Ehrlichkeit, Aufrichtigkeit Reiter, Reiterin riesig, groß Eishockey eindrucksvoll Verbesserung inaktiv, träge Verletzung Intelligenz intelligent, klug intelligent, klug Thema, Angelegenheit Arbeit, Beruf eintreten, sich anschließen Pullover Leben (in Wirklichkeit) jdm. das Leben retten Rettungsschwimmer jdm. zuhören zurückblicken verlieren gelingen, fertigbringen unterdessen, mittlerweile Mechaniker, Mechanikerin

French
abandonner, renoncer à le grand chelem le coiffeur, la coiffeuse la santé le hobby honnête l'honnêteté le cavalier, la cavalière énorme le hockey sur glace impressionnant le progrès, l'amélioration inactif la blessure l'intelligence intelligent intelligent la question, le sujet de débat l'emploi, la profession rejoindre, adhérer à le pull-over dans la réalité sauver la vie le maître-nageur écouter qqn regarder en arrière perdre réussir à entre-temps le mécanicien, la mécanicienne

Example Sentence
Don't give up – you'll manage it if you keep trying. Wales won the rugby Grand Slam. I'll make an appointment to see the hairdresser. Smoking can damage your health. My hobbies are playing the guitar and reading. My father was a very honest man. I was impressed by his honesty. Princess Anne won an Olympic medal as a horse rider. There's a huge gap between your pay and mine. The Steelers are Sheffield's ice-hockey team. Their victory over Toronto was very impressive. There has been a great improvement in Johnny's work this term. Owls are inactive during the day. He was lucky to survive with only minor injuries. She's a person of above-average intelligence. Lisa is very intelligent in her approach to the game. Lisa is very intelligent. The environment is an issue which is very important to young people. Teaching is an interesting job. Helen has joined a running club to try and get fit. My favourite jumper has green and yellow stripes. He looks a lot smaller in real life than when he's on TV. She saved his life by pulling him out of the river. He works as a lifeguard at the local swimming pool. I want to listen to the Prime Minister's speech on the radio. After he made his first million pounds, he never looked back. I lost consciousness after the brick hit me on the head. Nobody knows how the prisoners managed to escape. William took the dog for a walk. Meanwhile Jack fed the rabbits. My dad's a mechanic at the local Peugeot garage.

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English Headword
medal move up to movie nationality neck negative neighbour nervous never nonsense! nurse OK open overrated paragliding paralyse paralysis parrot personality physical pianist pilot point police officer positive present sb with sth promote pull through put out a fire real

Pronunciation
/ medl/ / mu v / mu vi/ / n ʃə n ləti/ /nek/ / ne ətiv/ / neibə/ / n vəs/ / nevə/ / nɒnsəns/ /n s/ / əυ kei/ / əυpən/ / əυvə reitəd/ / p rə laidiŋ/ / p rəlaiz/ / p rəlaizd, pə r ləsis/ / p rət/ / p sə n ləti/ / fizikəl/ / pi ənist/ / pailət/ /pɔint/ /pə li s ɒfisə/ / pɒzətiv/ /prə məυt/ / pυl θru / / pυt aυt ə faiə/ /riəl/ p tə, tυ/

German
Medaille aufrücken Film Herkunftsland, Nationalität Hals negativ, nachteilig Nachbar aufgeregt, nervös niemals, nie Unsinn!

French
la médaille se hisser, grimper le film la nationalité le cou négatif le voisin, la voisine nerveux jamais c'est de la blague!

Example Sentence
He received a medal for bravery. That record has moved up to number 8 in the charts. Do you want to see a movie tonight? We have students of many different nationalities. She wore a gold chain around her neck. Smoking has a very negative effect on health. My neighbours often look after the kids after school. Julie looked nervous before the test. I've never flown in a plane before. Nonsense! Of course you won't lose the competition! His wife works as a nurse in the children's ward. That song's OK, but I think this next one's better. He won the Open Championship with a score of 281. I think footballers are mostly overrated. We went paragliding on holiday in Florida. Heavy snow has paralysed transport in several cities. He has paralysis in both legs because of his accident. This parrot has lovely blue feathers. He's not good-looking but he has a great personality. Do you do much physical exercise? Rachmaninov was an excellent pianist as well as a composer. The pilot landed the plane safely using one engine. What were the main points in the article? Two police officers were injured in the attack. You should try and be more positive in the interview. The Queen presented her with an OBE. This meeting is to promote trade between Taiwan and the UK. He's so badly injured we don't know whether he will pull through. They put out the fire with water from the nearby lake. This is real life, you know, not a TV programme!

Krankenschwester, Kindermädchen l'infirmier, l'infirmière in Ordnung, okay offen überschätzt Paragliderfliegen lahmlegen Lähmung Papagei Persönlichkeit körperlich Pianist, Pianistin Pilot, Pilotin Punkt Polizist, Polizistin positiv bien, pas mal l'Open surestimé, surfait le parapente (activité) paralyser la paralysie le perroquet la personnalité physique le/la pianiste le/la pilote le point le policier, la policière positif présenter qch/qqn à qqn promouvoir survivre éteindre un incendie réel

/prə zənt s mbədi wið s mθiŋ/ jdn. etw. verleihen vorantreiben, für etw. werben überleben einen Brand löschen wirklich

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English Headword
realise sth recognise recovery relationship remarkable research right role safe sailor save scene score season set shop assistant skilful slow smoke snooker special special effects speech spinal squash strong succeed support suppose surround

Pronunciation
/ riəlaiz s mθiŋ/ / rekə naiz, rekən-/ /ri k vəri/ /ri leiʃənʃip/ /ri mɑ kəbəl/ /ri s tʃ/ /rait/ /rəυl/ /seif/ / seilə/ /seiv/ /si n/ /skɔ / / si zən/ /set/ / ʃɒp ə sistənt/ / skilfəl/ /sləυ/ /sməυk/ / snu kə/ / speʃəl/ / speʃəl i fekts/ /spi tʃ/ / spainəl/ /skwɒʃ/ /strɒŋ/ /sək si d/ /sə pɔ t/ /sə pəυz/ /sə raυnd/

German
bemerken erkennen Erholung, Genesung Beziehung bemerkenswert Forschung richtig, korrekt Rolle sicher Segler, Seglerin retten Szene erzielen Saison, Jahreszeit festlegen, einführen Verkäufer, Verkäuferin erfahren, geschickt, gewandt langsam Rauch Snooker (Variante des Billards) besonders, speziell Spezialeffekte Rede WirbelsäulenSquash stark gelingen unterstützen, für etw./jdn. sein annehmen umgeben, umringen

French
réaliser, se rendre compte reconnaître la guérison la relation remarquable la recherche correct le rôle sûr le yachtman sauver la scène marquer la saison mettre en place le vendeur, la vendeuse habile, adroit, expérimenté lent la fumée le billard spécial, particulier les effets spéciaux le discours de la colonne vertébrale le squash fort, puissant réussir soutenir supposer entourer

Example Sentence
I realised that I'd left my umbrella on the bus. I didn't recognise him – his hair has gone completely grey! She will make a full recovery after the operation. Her relationship with her father has always been difficult. That's a remarkable achievement. The charity pays for research into the causes of cancer. In the test, all my answers were dead right! He plays twelve different roles in one film! You can walk on the bridge – it's perfectly safe. He was one of Britain's most successful sailors in the Olympics. Mark ran into the burning building to save the child. I loved the scene where the children arrived home. Jim scored two goals in the game last night. The new football season starts next month. Before she introduces the characters she sets the general scene. The shop assistant who served me was very polite and helpful. There are some very skilful players in our team. The slowest runners started at the back. Clouds of smoke came from the chimney. They meet up every Friday to play snooker. We have a very special guest with us this evening. George Lucas used lots of special effects in the "Star Wars" films. The President will give a speech to Congress later today. She has a spinal problem that means she can't sit up straight. Jonah Barrington was the country's most successful squash player. He was not strong enough to lift the rock up. By pushing hard, he succeeded in opening the window. Which football team do you support? Well, I suppose he's fairly good-looking. The lake was surrounded by trees.

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English Headword
teacher tell terrific then title together tournament traffic lights train treatment true truth unfortunately unsuccessful unusual useless version violence violent vitamin way weak when while will World Cup worry yet

Pronunciation
/ ti tʃə/ /tel/ /tə rifik/ /ðen/ / taitl/ /tə eðə/ / tυənəmənt/ / tr fik laits/ /trein/ / tri tmənt/ /tru / /tru θ/ / n fɔ tʃənətli/ / nsək sesfəl/ / n ju uəl, - əl/ / ju sləs/ / v ʃən/ / vaiələns/ / vaiələnt/ / vitəmin/ /wei/ /wi k/ /wen/ /wail/ /wil/ / w ld k p/ / w ri/ /jet/

German
Lehrer, Lehrerin erzählen, sagen fantastisch, toll damals Titel zusammen Turnier, Wettbewerb Ampel eine Ausbildung machen Behandlung wahr Wahrheit leider, unglücklicherweise erfolglos, vergeblich ungewöhnlich schlecht, unbrauchbar Fassung, Ausgabe Gewalt gewalttätig Vitamin Weg schwach wann während Wille Weltmeisterschaft sich Sorgen machen schon

French
l'enseignant(e), le/la professeur dire, raconter génial alors le titre ensemble le tournoi les feux de signalisation entraîner, former le traitement vrai la vérité malheureusement manqué, raté inhabituel médiocre la version la violence violent la vitamine le chemin faible quand alors que la volonté le Coupe du monde se faire du souci déjà (dans les phrases interrogatives)

Example Sentence
Miss Lind is my English teacher. I can't tell you – it's a secret. I love your new hairstyle – it's terrific! It happened in 1972, and things were different then. She won her last title in 1976. Kevin and I went to school together. The tournament takes place during the first week in September. Stop at the traffic lights if they are red. She trained as a nurse for four years. I was sent to hospital for immediate treatment. Yes, that's true – I did go to York University. Will they ever tell us the truth? Unfortunately, we had to go home early. She made an unsuccessful attempt to break the world record. He has an unusual name. I'm a useless tennis player. I prefer the original version of that song. There's too much violence on TV these days. There's been an increase in violent crime. Oranges contain a lot of vitamin C. Computers have come a long way in the last 50 years. At the end of the race he felt weak. When did you get back? He started a business while he was still at school. He lost the will to live. England won the World Cup in 1966. Parents always worry about their children. Have you seen 'The Phantom Menace' yet?

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English Headword Module 5
according to acquaintance advanced test advice aeroplane alcohol all right allowed around apologise arrange arrive at arts atmosphere bagpipes barbecue best man big day birth birthday birthday party blond bouquet border break bride bridesmaid bright brilliant

Pronunciation
/ə kɔ diŋ tə, tυ/ /ə kweintəns/ /əd vɑ nst test/ /əd vais/ / eərəplein/ / lkəhɒl/ / ɔ l rait/ /ə laυd/ /ə raυnd/ /ə pɒləd aiz/ /ə reind / /ə raiv ət, t/ /ɑ ts/ / tməsfiə/ /b paips/ / bɑ bikju / / best m n/ / bi /b θ/ / b θdei/ / b θdei pɑ ti/ /blɒnd/ /bəυ kei, bu -/ / bɔ də/ /breik/ /braid/ / braidzmeid/ /brait/ / briljənt/ dei/

German
entsprechend Bekannte, Bekannter Test für Fortgeschrittene Rat, Ratschlag Flugzeug Alkohol in Ordnung, nicht schlecht erlaubt um ... herum sich entschuldigen organisieren, arrangieren ankommen in Kunst, die Künste Atmosphäre, Stimmung Dudelsack Grillparty Trauzeuge (des Bräutigams) der große Tag Geburt Geburtstag Geburtstagsparty blond Blumenstrauß Grenze Pause Braut Brautjungfer hell brillant, hervorragend

French
selon, d'après la connaissance le test avancé le(s) conseil(s) l'avion l'alcool bien, pas mal permis, autorisé autour de présenter des excuses organiser, prévoir arriver à les arts l'atmosphère la cornemuse le barbecue le témoin (à un mariage) le grand jour la naissance l'anniversaire la fête d'anniversaire blond le bouquet la frontière la pause la mariée demoiselle d'honneur brillant brillant, génial

Example Sentence
The answers vary according to which person you ask. There were several acquaintances of mine at the party. She passed the advanced driving test last week. I need some advice about childcare. We've been on this aeroplane for 11 hours. Avoid drinking alcohol if you're driving. "How was your holiday?" "It was all right, but it did rain quite a lot." Smoking is not allowed in the library. There are students here from many countries around the world. He apologised for being late. I've arranged a football practice for tomorrow. When does this train arrive at Glasgow Central? Should the government provide money to support the arts? The town has a nice friendly atmosphere. My friend plays bagpipes with the York Pipe Band. We had a barbecue on the beach. Does the best man have the wedding rings? It's the big day tomorrow – he's getting married. She weighed 3 kg at birth. It's my birthday next week. I'm having a birthday party – do you want to come? My boyfriend is blond and handsome. Each of the singers got a bouquet at the end of the concert. We were not allowed to cross the border between the two countries. Can I have one of your sandwiches at break time? It's the custom for the bride's father to pay for the wedding. Both her sisters will be bridesmaids at her wedding. The bright flames of the candles lit up the Christmas tree. Her tennis was just brilliant in that match.

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English Headword
brilliantly broken leg Burns Night caber (tossing the ) can can’t canoeist capital car park casual casually cave celebrate celebration century cereals ceremony chocolate classical music close collect comedian comfortable competition congratulations congratulations! conquer cotton couples

Pronunciation
/ briljəntli/ / brəυkən le / / b nz nait/ / keibə/ /kən, k n/ /kɑ nt/ /kə nu ist/ / k pitl/ / kɑ pɑ k/ /k /k uəl/ uəli/

German
fantastisch gebrochenes Bein

French
brillamment, de manière exceptionnelle la jambe cassée

Example Sentence
She played brilliantly to win the final. How can I possibly play with a broken leg!

Burns Night (schott. Fest zur Feier fête écossaise célébrant la naissance Burns Night is on the 25th of January every year. des Dichters Robert Burns) du poète Robert Burns Tossing the caber is harder than it looks. Baumstamm werfen le lancé de troncs d'arbres können nicht können Kanufahrer, -fahrerin Hauptstadt Parkgarage, Parkhaus lässig, locker, zwanglos salopp, lässig Höhle feiern Feierlichkeit, Feier Jahrhundert Getreide, Müsli Zeremonie, Veranstaltung Schokolade klassische Musik schließen einsammeln Komödiant, Komiker bequem Wettbewerb Glückwünsche Gratulation! Glückwünsche! erobern Baumwolle Paare pouvoir ne pas pouvoir le/la canoéiste la capitale le parking décontracté de manière décontractée la caverne célébrer, faire la fête la cérémonie, la fête le siècle les céréales la cérémonie le chocolat la musique classique fermer récolter, ramasser, rassembler le comédien, la comédienne confortable la compétition, le concours les félicitations Félicitations! conquérir le coton les couples Pete can speak Spanish well. I can't swim. The canoeist has to go through all the set of poles in turn. London is the capital of England. I parked in the underground car park. She's always been pretty casual about her appearance. He was dressed casually in faded jeans. He lived in a cave high up in the mountains. The team celebrated by opening some bottles of champagne. The wedding celebrations went on all through the night. The church was built in the 13th century We have a choice of cereals for breakfast this morning. The opening ceremony for the new theatre was performed by the Queen. Can I have a box of chocolates? The orchestra will play a concert of classical music on Thursday. All the shops close at 5.30 tonight. Can you collect all the books and put them on my desk? He started as a stand-up comedian. The bed wasn't very comfortable. Who won the singing competition? Many congratulations on passing your exams. You won? Congratulations! The Normans conquered England in 1066. I prefer cotton shirts because they dry without needing ironing. Several couples got up and began to dance.

/keiv/ / seləbreit/ / selə breiʃən/ / sentʃəri/ / siəriəlz/ / serəməni/ / tʃɒklət/ / kl sikəl mju zik/ /kləυz/ /kə lekt/ /kə mi diən/ / k mftəbəl, k mfət-/ / kɒmpə tiʃən/ /kən r tʃə leiʃənz/ /kən r tʃə leiʃənz/ / kɒŋkə/ / kɒtn/ / k pəlz/

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English Headword
dance day depend on designer dinner dinner party dish don’t have to dress dress up drink driving test drummer education system empire exchange excursion experienced expert factfile fan fancy-dress party fashionable festival firework first footing

Pronunciation
/dɑ ns/ /dei/ /di pend ɒn/ /di zainə/ / dinə/ / dinə pɑ ti/ /diʃ/ / dəυnt h v tə, tυ/ /dres/ / dres /driŋk/ / draiviŋ test/ / dr mə/ / edjυ keiʃən sistəm/ / empaiə/ /iks tʃeind / /ik sk ʃən/ /ik spiəriənst/ / eksp t/ / f ktfail/ /f n/ / f nsi dres pɑ ti/ / f ʃənəbəl/ / festəvəl/ / faiəw k/ / f st fυtiŋ/ / fɔ məl/ /frind / / eim/ p/

German
tanzen Tag angewiesen sein auf Designer Abendessen Einladung zum Abendessen Gericht nicht müssen sich anziehen sich schick anziehen Getränk Fahrprüfung Schlagzeuger Ausbildungssystem Imperium, Reich austauschen Ausflug erfahren fachkündig, erfahren Unterlagen, Akten Fan, Verehrer Kostümfest in Mode Festival, Festspiele Feuerwerk Neujahrsbesuch nach Mitternacht machen (schott. Brauch) offiziell, formell Rand, Rahmen- (programm) Spiel

French
danser le jour dépendre de, compter sur le/la styliste le dîner, le repas du soir le dîner (chez des amis) le plat ne pas devoir s'habiller s'habiller (élégamment) la boisson l'examen du permis de conduire le joueur, la joueuse de tambour le système éducatif l'empire échanger l'excursion expérimenté expert informations le/ la fan le bal costumé à la mode le festival le feu d'artifice tradition écossaise du Nouvel An consistant à rendre visite aux amis après minuit formel en marge le jeu

Example Sentence
They danced and drank champagne until two in the morning. On the morning of the big day, he got up feeling very nervous. I'm depending on you to help me finish this job. She worked for the fashion designer Calvin Klein. We're going to Jean and David's for dinner at 8. We're having a dinner party for 12 people this Tuesday. He served up a dish of summer vegetables. You don't have to eat it all if you don't like it. She dressed casually because she was only going to the supermarket. I want to dress up for the party and feel smart. "Would you like a drink?" "Yes, tea, please." He took his driving test three times before he passed it. The band has a great drummer. He went all the way through the education system and got a degree. Her father owns a huge clothing store empire. Our main aim is to encourage people to exchange information. We went on an excursion by boat to the island of Capri. She's a very experienced pilot. He's an expert diver. Look in your factfile to remind yourself about the Romans' history. I'm a big fan of yours – I've got all your books! He went to the fancy-dress party dressed as Napoleon. Short hair is fashionable for men now. Her film is showing at the Cannes film festival. People have been setting off fireworks for weeks now. People in Scotland used to go first footing much more than they do now.

formal fringe game

I only wear a suit on formal occasions. Lots of fringe events will be taking place at the same time as the official festival. Montreal will be holding the winter games next year.

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English Headword
get get together give good good-looking groom guest haggis hammer handsome have to Highland Games Hogmanay home-made bread host hot idea independent inexperienced instead interested interesting invite sb to sth job jumper kayak kilt kindness leather leave

Pronunciation
/ et/ / et tə eðə/ / iv/ / υd/ / υd lυkiŋ/ / ru m/ / est/ /h is/

German
bekommen zusammenkommen geben, schenken gut gut aussehend Bräutigam Gäste Haggis (schott. Gericht aus Schafsinnereien) Hammer gutaussehend müssen Highland Games

French
recevoir se réunir donner bon beau (personne) le marié l'invité le haggis (panse de brebis farcie) le marteau beau (homme) devoir

Example Sentence
I got an email from Chris. Let's all get together again next Christmas! What did Bob give you for your birthday? What a good idea! He's a very good-looking man. The groom gave a short speech thanking his best man. How many guests are coming to your party? Haggis is made from various parts of a sheep, with oats and onions. You need to be big and strong to throw the hammer very far. He was tall, dark and handsome. Do we have to go now? I'm enjoying myself here.

/ h mə/ / h nsəm/ / h v tə, tυ/ / hailənd eimz/ / hɒ mə nei/ / həυm meid bred/ /həυst/ /hɒt/ /ai diə/ / indi pendənt/ / inik spiəriənst/ /in sted/ / intrəstəd/ / intrəstiŋ/ /in vait s mbədi tə s mθiŋ /d ɒb/ /d /kilt/ / kaindnəs/ / leðə/ /li v/ mpə/ / kai k/

les jeux des Hautes-terres écossaises The Braemar Highland Games is one of the biggest gatherings in Scotland. People always expect me to go to Scotland for Hogmanay. There's a delicious smell of home-made bread. Our host greeted us at the door. It was a very hot day. I think that's a good idea. They became independent of Britain in the 1940s. The team had a number of young inexperienced players. If Jane can't go, I'll go instead. Jo has been interested in animals all her life. A good teacher can make any subject interesting. Sue has invited us to dinner on Wednesday. Teaching is an interesting job. The jumper didn't fit so I took it back to the shop. We paddled up the river in two kayaks. Because he was Scottish, he wore a kilt when he got married. Sam never forgot her kindness. The soles of these shoes are made of leather. We left the party about midnight.

Hogmanay (schott. für Neujahrstag) nom écossais du Nouvel An selbstgebackenes Brot Gastgeber heiß Idee, Gedanke unabhängig unerfahren stattdessen interessiert (sein an) interessant jdn. zu etw. einladen Arbeit, Beruf Pullover Kajak Kilt Freundlichkeit, Güte Leder verlassen pain fait-maison l'hôte (très) chaud l'idée indépendant inexpérimenté au lieu de qui s'intéresse intéressant inviter qqn à qch l'emploi, la profession le pull le canoë-kayak le kilt la gentillesse le cuir quitter

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English Headword
legal lend lesson lift listen liver lucky make mansion match medicine meet member middle ages military Military Tattoo missing mobile phone music must mustn’t national nearly necessary needn’t New Year New Year’s Eve new-born baby non-swimmer o’ (= of)

Pronunciation
/ li əl/ /lend/ / lesən/ /lift/ / lisən/ / livə/ / l ki/ /meik/ / m nʃən/ /m tʃ/ / medsən/ /mi t/ / membə/ / midl eid iz/ / milətəri/ / milətəri tə tu , t tu / / misiŋ/ / məυbail fəυn/ / mju zik/ /məst, m st/ / m sənt/ / n ʃənəl/ / niəli/ / nesəsəri/ / ni dnt/ / nju jiə/ / nju jiəz i v/ / nju bɔ n beibi/ / nɒn swimə/ /ə, əυ/

German
legal leihen (Unterrichts-) Stunden jdn. mit dem Auto mitnehmen hören, zuhören Leber glücklich, Glück haben machen Herrenhaus Spiel Medizin, Medikament sich begegnen, sich treffen Mitglied Mittelalter Militär-, militärisch Militärparade vermisst, verschwunden Handy Musik müssen nicht sollen national, landesweit beinahe, fast nötig nicht nötig haben, nicht müssen Neujahrsbesuch nach Mitternacht machen (schott. Brauch) Neujahrsabend, Silvester neugeborenes Baby Nichtschwimmer von

French
légal prêter la leçon reconduire qqn en voiture écouter le foie chanceux faire le manoir le match le médicament rencontrer le membre le moyen-âge militaire la parade militaire disparu, absent le gsm la musique devoir ne pas devoir national presque nécessaire

Example Sentence
It's perfectly legal to charge a fee. I can lend you £10. I've only had two driving lessons. Joe gave me a lift home, as the last bus had gone. I was listening to the news on the car radio. He drank too much and damaged his liver. "I'm going to Florida this summer." "Oh, you are lucky!" Do you want to make some cookies this afternoon? The family live in a beautiful country mansion. Did you watch the match between Kenya and Ireland? Have you taken your cough medicine? They first met at university. He's a member of the tennis club. Some of the oldest buildings date from the middle ages. These military vehicles must be coming from the army camp. The military tattoo is held at the castle every year. The police keep records of missing children. Call me on my mobile phone. I prefer pop music. All passengers must wear seatbelts. You mustn't lean out of the window while the train is moving. Drugs are a national problem. I could answer nearly all the questions. "Do I need to bring some money with me?" "No, that won't be necessary."

ne pas devoir (absence de nécessité) You needn't bring a raincoat – it's going to be dry and sunny. le nouvel an le réveillon de Nouvel an le nouveau-né celui/ celle qui ne sait pas nager de Happy New Year! There's going to be a huge party in the streets on New Year's Eve. He's not getting much sleep with a new-born baby in the house. These classes are for non-swimmers to learn how to swim. Give me some o' your money!

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English Headword
obligation offbeat old-fashioned organise Oscar outgoing parachute parade park pass perform play poetry poems polar bear politician polyester possible prediction present priest protect public transport put on reception regard register request retire retirement

Pronunciation
/ ɒbli eiʃən/ / ɒf bi t/ / əυld f ʃənd/ / ɔ ənaiz/ / ɒskə/ / aυt əυiŋ/ / p rəʃu t/ /pə reid/ /pɑ k/ /pɑ s/ /pə fɔ m/ /plei/ / pəυətri/ / pəυəmz/ / pəυlə beə/ / pɒlə tiʃən/ / pɒli estə/ / pɒsəbəl/ /pri dikʃən/ / prezənt/ /pri st/ /prə tekt/ / p blik tr nspɔ t/ /pυt ɒn/ /ri sepʃən/ /ri ɑ d/ / red istə/ /ri kwest/ /ri taiə/ /ri taiəmənt/

German
Verpflichtung, Pflicht unkonventionell altmodisch organisieren Oscar aufgeschlossen Fallschirm springen Parade parken bestehen aufführen spielen Dichtung, Poesie Gedichte Eisbär Politiker, Politikerin Polyester möglich Vorhersage Geschenk Priester beschützen öffentliche Verkehrsmittel anziehen Empfang halten für, betrachten einschreiben, anmelden Anfrage, Gesuch in Ruhestand gehen Ruhestand

French
l'obligation original, décalé démodé organiser l'Oscar sociable faire du parachute le cortège garer réussir (un examen) se produire, représenter jouer la poésie les poèmes l'ours polaire l'homme/la femme politique le polyester possible la prédiction le cadeau le prêtre protéger les transports en commun mettre, porter (vêtement) la réception considérer s'inscrire la demande prendre sa retraite la retraite

Example Sentence
You have an obligation to inform the police of any accident on the road. His humour is a bit offbeat and not everyone likes it. He has very old-fashioned ideas about women's role. If you book the bands I'll organise the printing of the tickets. Who got the Oscar for best actress? She's a pleasant girl with a very outgoing personality. The soldiers parachuted from 20,000 feet. The children's band had a parade through the town. There's nowhere to park the car when it's busy. You need to get 50% or more to pass this exam. We performed 'Hamlet' last year. Do you know how to play Beethoven's sonatas? He wrote a lot of poetry about the English countryside. They had to write poems to practise using English sounds. Polar bears can be very dangerous when they're hungry. I don't trust politicians to do what they say they will. He's wearing that awful blue polyester shirt. It's not possible to get through the snow tonight. Here are our predictions for next year's fashions. What did your Mum give you as a Christmas present? The priest knelt before the altar. The police should protect people from dangerous men like him. They want more people to go to work on public transport. He got up and quickly put on a shirt and trousers. There were 200 guests at their reception. I regard that song as one of the best he's ever written. Please register by putting your name and address in the book. We've made a request for new equipment. People will not be able to retire until they are 68. It's important to save money for your retirement.

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English Headword
rock and roll rule scholarship sea level seat belt seaweed should shouldn’t sing sit-down ski ski lift skier skydive skydiving smartly snack snowmobile soft drink song speech stomach sunglasses supermarket switch off system take take part talented

Pronunciation
/ rɒk ən rəυl/ /ru l/ / skɒləʃip/ / si levəl/ / si t belt/ / si wi d/ /ʃəd, ʃυd/ / ʃυdnt/ /siŋ / / sit daυn/ /ski / / ski lift/ / ski ə/ / skaidaiv/ / skai daiviŋ/ / smɑ tli/ /sn k/ / snəυməbi l/ / sɒft driŋk/ /sɒŋ/ /spi tʃ/ / st mək/ / s n lɑ siz/ / su pə mɑ kit/ / switʃ ɒf/ / sistəm/ /teik/ / teik pɑ t/ / t ləntid/

German
Rock'n Roll Regel Stipendium Meeresspiegel Sicherheitsgurt Algen sollte, solltest, sollten, solltet sollte/solltest/sollten/solltet nicht singen sitzend, im Sitzen Ski fahren Skilift Skifahrer, Skifahrerin Fallschirm springen Fallschirmspringen schick, elegant Imbiss Motorschlitten alkoholfreies Getränk Lied Rede Bauch, Magen Sonnenbrille Supermarkt ausschalten System, Verfahren nehmen teilnehmen begabt, talentiert

French
le rock 'n roll la règle la bourse d'études le niveau de la mer la ceinture de sécurité l'algue devrais, devrait, devrions, devriez, devraient ne devrais (devrait, devrions, devriez, devraient) pas chanter assis skier la remontée mécanique le skieur, la skieuse faire de la chute libre le saut en chute libre élégamment, chic l'encas la moto des neiges le soda la chanson le discours l'estomac, le ventre les lunettes solaires le supermarché couper, arrêter le système prendre prendre part talentueux

Example Sentence
Elvis was one of the biggest stars of rock and roll music. Jamie explained the rules of the game to us. Pat won a scholarship to study in the USA. The village is 200 feet above sea level. Always put on your seat belt before you drive away. The Chinese use seaweed in some of their recipes. You should see a doctor. People shouldn't use their cars so often. Sophie sings in a choir. We're having a sit-down meal for 20 people. We learnt to ski in Austria last year. Take the ski lift to the top of the mountain. There were hundreds of skiers on the slopes. He likes to jump out of planes and skydive. Skydiving is a fantastic experience. A smartly dressed young officer met us at the army camp. The cafe serves drinks, snacks, and meals. They use snowmobiles to cover great distances over the ice and snow. You can't have alcohol, only soft drinks. The kids were singing songs. He gave a speech to the conference. These exercises should help to keep your stomach flat. Vic folded his sunglasses and put them in his pocket. The car park is right behind the supermarket. Switch off your mobile before you go into the meeting. We need a better system for dealing with complaints. She's taking piano lessons. He refused to take part in the school sports day. He's a talented musician and a good performer.

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English Headword
tattoo thank thing tie tolerant toss the caber tradition traditional trendy tropical turn up underwater uninvited united United Kingdom usually vary vegetarian vicar victory wacky war wear web web page wedding wedding dress wedding reception welcome well done!

Pronunciation
/tə tu , t tu / /θ ŋk/ /θiŋ/ /tai/ / tɒlərənt/ / tɒs ðə keibə/ /trə diʃən/ /trə diʃənəl/ / trendi/ / trɒpikəl/ /t n p/ / ndə wɔ tə/ / nin vaitid/ /ju naitid/ /ju naitid kiŋdəm/ / ju uəli, ju əli/ / veəri/ / ved ə teəriən/ / vikə/ / viktəri/ / w ki/ /wɔ / /weə/ /web/ / web peid / / wediŋ/ / wediŋ dres/ / wediŋ ri sepʃən/ / welkəm/ / wel d n/

German
Musik-, Militärparade danken, sich bedanken Ding Krawatte tolerant Baumstamm werfen Brauch, Tradition traditionell, volkstümlich modisch, im Trend tropisch erscheinen, auftauchen Unterwasser-, unter Wasser ungebeten vereint, verbunden Vereinigtes Königreich gewöhnlich variieren, sich unterscheiden vegetarisch Vikar Sieg schrullig, exzentrisch Krieg tragen Internet, Netz Website, Webseite Hochzeit Brautkleid Hochzeitsempfang begrüßen, willkommen heißen gut gemacht!

French
la parade militaire remercier la chose la cravate tolérant lancer le tronc d'arbre la tradition traditionnel à la mode tropical arriver, se présenter sous l'eau pas invité uni le Royaume-Uni habituellement varier végétarien le curé la victoire farfelu la guerre porter (vêtement) le web la page web le mariage (cérémonie) la robe de mariée la réception de mariage recevoir, accueillir bien joué!

Example Sentence
How much are tickets for the Edinburgh Tattoo? Have you written to thank Grandma for your present yet? You silly thing! Look what you've done! Do I need a tie or can I go casually dressed? We should be tolerant of other people's beliefs. They toss the caber and throw the hammer at the Highland Games. It's a tradition to celebrate the new year. I really love traditional Italian cooking. He thinks he's trendy because he wears all the latest clothes. It's illegal to bring some kinds of tropical fish into the country. She didn't turn up until after midnight. You need a special camera for underwater photography. We have uninvited guests in the kitchen – mice! The people in the town were united in their opposition to the plans. He was born in the United Kingdom but lives in Australia. I usually get up at about 8. The rules vary from state to state. Can I have a vegetarian meal on the plane? The vicar who married them is a personal friend. Jenson Button is aiming for victory in this year's British Grand Prix. She has a wonderfully wacky sense of humour. He was a prisoner during the war between the USA and Korea. I decided to wear my blue dress. This is one of the best educational sites on the Web. This web page has lots of information on how to use the software. I've been invited to Janet and Peter's wedding. Her mother made her wedding dress by hand. We're having the wedding reception at the big hotel round the corner. The bride and groom stood at the door to welcome the guests. You got all the answers correct! Well done!

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English Headword
win winter games winter sports wonderful woollen work hard for sth world

Pronunciation
/win/ / wintə eimz/ / wintə spɔ ts/ / w ndəfəl/ / wυlən/ / w k hɑ d fə s mθiŋ/ /w ld/

German
gewinnen Winterspiele Wintersport wunderbar, schön wollen, aus Wolle sich etw. schwer erarbeiten Welt

French
gagner les jeux d'hiver les sports d'hiver merveilleux en laine travailler dur le monde

Example Sentence
Mark's team won the basketball tournament. He hopes to win the gold medal at next year's winter games. Lots of people go to Switzerland for winter sports holidays. It was wonderful to see him again. These woollen socks are too hot for this weather. I'm glad he won – he's worked hard for this. This is the best city in the world.

Module 6
additive advertise agree on sth all almonds along alternative American antibiotics apple article asparagus attractive avocado avoid baby food bad basic beautiful because best-seller bigger than / dətiv/ / dvətaiz/ /ə ri ɒn s mθiŋ/ /ɔ l/ / ɑ məndz/ /ə lɒŋ/ /ɔ l t nətiv/ /ə merikən/ / ntibai ɒtiks/ / pəl/ / ɑ tikəl/ /ə sp rə əs/ /ə tr ktiv/ / və kɑ dəυ/ /ə vɔid/ / beibi fu d/ /b d/ / beisik/ / bju tifəl/ /bi kɒz/ / best selə/ / bi ə ðən, ð n/ Zusatzstoff Reklame/Werbung machen sich über etw. einigen alle, allen Mandeln entlang alternativ amerikanisch Antibiotika Apfel Artikel, Beitrag Spargel attraktiv, anziehend Avocado vermeiden Babynahrung schlecht einfach, grundlegend schön weil Bestseller größer als l'additif faire de la publicité se mettre d'accord sur tout, toute(s), tous les amandes le long de alternatif américain les antibiotiques la pomme l'article les asperges beau, attirant l'avocat (fruit) éviter la nourriture pour bébés mauvais de base beau parce que le best-seller plus grand que There are lots of additives in tinned food. They're advertising the new car on TV. They can't agree on anything – they're always arguing. George Best was a great footballer, but Pele was the best of all. We need dried fruit, flour, butter, milk, eggs and almonds to make this cake. We were walking along the road, talking. Leave your car at home and use an alternative method of transport. American English has different ways of saying some things. The doctor gave her antibiotics to cure the disease. An apple a day is good for you. I read an interesting article about drugs. Would you like butter on your asparagus? His new girlfriend is very attractive. Does this salad have avocado in it? She avoided trouble by keeping quiet. Can I have three tins of baby food, please? I'm afraid there's some bad news. I know some basic vocabulary in Greek. Some of the models were incredibly beautiful. You can't go because you're too young. His new book went straight to number one on the best-seller list. My dad's bigger than your dad!

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English Headword
biscuit bit bitter book booming Brazilian bread bright bring British broccoli bugs butcher butterfly by the way cake carbohydrates cereals change chat cheese chicken Chinese choice cholesterol Christmas pudding close coffee cold colourful

Pronunciation
/ biskit/ /bit/ / bitə/ /bυk/ / bu miŋ/ /brə ziliən/ /bred/ /brait/ /briŋ/ / britiʃ/ / brɒkəli/ /b z/ / bυtʃə/ / b təflai/ /bai ðə wei/ /keik/ / kɑ bəυ haidreits, -drəts/ / siəriəlz/ /tʃeind / /tʃ t/ /tʃi z/ / tʃikən/ / tʃai ni z/ /tʃɔis/ /kə lestərɒl/ / krisməs pυdiŋ/ /kləυs/ / kɒfi/ /kəυld/ / k ləfəl/

German
Keks ein bisschen bitter reservieren florierend, boomend brasilianisch Brot hell bringen, mitbringen britisch Brokkoli Insekten Metzger Schmetterling übrigens Kuchen Kohlenhydrate Getreide, Müsli wechseln plaudern Käse Huhn chinesisch Wahl Cholesterin Plumpudding eng Kaffee kalt bunt

French
le biscuit un peu amer réserver prospère brésilien le pain brillant apporter britannique le brocoli les insectes le boucher, la bouchère le papillon à propos le gâteau les hydrates de carbone les céréales changer bavarder le fromage le poulet chinois, chinoise le choix le cholestérol le pudding de Noël proche le café froid coloré

Example Sentence
Who wants a chocolate biscuit? Could you turn the TV up a bit? This drink tastes very bitter. I've booked a table at Bibi's for 8 o'clock. Finance is a booming industry in the north these days. It's a unique blend of Brazilian and Colombian coffee. He bought a loaf of bread. She loves the bright lights of the Christmas decorations. Don't forget to bring your camera. This restaurant serves traditional British food. I hated broccoli when I was a child. The jungle is full of horrible bugs. Go to the butcher and get me a kilo of sausages. This butterfly has marks on its wings that look like eyes. By the way, did I ever ask you how your exams went? Would you like some chocolate cake? You need to eat lots of carbohydrates before a marathon. There's a choice of cereals for breakfast. As we travelled, the view changed from mountains to fields. Pete and I were chatting in the bar. Can we have cheese on toast for tea? This crocodile tastes like chicken. Do you fancy going out for a Chinese meal? Voters have a choice between three political parties. This machine will tell you whether you have high cholesterol levels. My mum used to put coins in the Christmas pudding for the kids to find. We were never really close friends – we just knew one another slightly. Can I have three coffees and a tea, please? The house was cold and empty. Her garden's full of colourful flowers.

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English Headword
common conditions cookery book corn correspondence crisps crops crowded curry custard dairy products décor delicious dessert development die different disease dish DNA do well dress up easy eat out eat outside eating out effect egg elegant email

Pronunciation
/ kɒmən/ /kən diʃənz/ / kυkəri bυk/ /kɔ n/ / kɒrə spɒndəns/ /krisps/ /krɒps/ / kraυdid/ / k ri/ / k stəd/ / deəri prɒd kts/ / deikɔ / /di liʃəs/ /di z t/ /di veləpmənt/ /dai/ / difərənt/ /di zi z/ /diʃ/ / di en ei/ / du wel/ / dres / i zi/ / i t aυt/ / i t aυt said/ / i tiŋ aυt/ /i fekt/ /e / / eli ənt/ / i meil/ p/

German
verbreitet, häufig Bedingungen, Umstände Kochbuch Korn, Mais Schreiben, Anschreiben Chips Getreide, Anbaupflanzen überfüllt, voll Curry Vanillesauce Milchprodukte Ausstattung, Einrichtung herrlich, wunderbar Nachtisch Entwicklung sterben verschieden, unterschiedlich Krankheit Teller DNA gut laufen, gut gehen sich verkleiden, sich schick anziehen einfach, leicht auswärts essen draußen/im Freien essen im Restaurant essen Auswirkung Ei elegant E-mail

French
commun, courant les conditions le livre de cuisine le maïs la correspondance les chips les cultures plein de monde le curry la crème anglaise les produits laitiers la décoration délicieux le dessert le développement mourir différent la maladie le plat l'ADN se porter bien, bien marcher s'habiller élégamment, chic facile aller au restaurant manger dehors aller au restaurant l'effet l'œuf élégant l'e-mail

Example Sentence
Rabbits are the most common wild animal in this area. It takes new arrivals a few days to get used to conditions in the desert. She made a lot of money writing simple cookery books. Take this corn and feed it to the chickens. The company has not replied to my correspondence. There's too much salt on these cheese and onion crisps. The main crops in this area are wheat and barley. She caught a glimpse of him across a crowded room. Madras curry is very hot, but Vindaloo is hotter. Would you like custard on your pudding? She gets ill when she eats certain dairy products. The décor is that new hotel is just awful! This soup is delicious! For dessert we had ice-cream and chocolate sauce. The company spends a lot on research and development. Thousands of people died because they had no food to eat. I had lived in four different houses before I was ten. There were 2000 deaths from heart disease last year. He brought us a dish of cherry pie with whipped cream. Everybody's DNA is different. The business is doing well – we made a lot of profit this year. The children are dressing up as fairies for the school play. The test was really easy. He hates cooking so he eats out nearly every night. Let's eat outside in the sunshine. Sometimes I cook at home, but I like eating out as well. The effects of the disease are terrible. Blackbirds lay their eggs in March. She always wears simple but elegant clothes. I got two emails this morning from my friend in New York.

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English Headword
employ equal exotic expect experienced experiment fat fatty favourite find out fish fizzy flour food foreign French fresh fresh food friend friendly frozen food fruit juice fun garlic genetically modified genetically modified food get back to get in with get in, get into get on

Pronunciation
/im plɔi/ / i kwəl/ /i zɒtik/ /ik spekt/ /ik spiəriənst/ /ik sperəmənt/ /f t/ / f ti/ / feivərət/ / faind aυt/ /fiʃ/ / fizi/ /flaυə/ /fu d/ / fɒrən/ /frentʃ/ /freʃ/ / freʃ fu d/ /frend/ / frendli/ / frəυzən fu d/ / fru t d u s/ /f n/ / ɑ lik/ /d ə netikli mɒdəfaid/ /d ə netikli mɒdəfaid fu d/ / et b k tə, tυ/ / et in wið, wiθ/ / et in, et intə, intυ/ / et ɒn/

German
beschäftigen, einstellen gleich exotisch, fremdländisch erwarten erfahren experimentieren, ausprobieren dick fett, fetthaltig Lieblingsherausfinden Fisch sprudelnd Mehl Essen, Nahrungs-/Lebensmittel Fremdfranzösisch neu, frisch frische Nahrungsmittel Freund, Freundin freundlich Tiefkühlkost Fruchtsaft Spaß Knoblauch genmanipuliert genmanipulierte Lebensmittel wieder ... werden mit jdm. bekannt werden einsteigen in sich mit jdm. verstehen

French
employer égal exotique s'attendre à expérimenté faire une expérience, essayer gros gras favori trouver, découvrir le poisson pétillant la farine la nourriture étranger français, française frais les aliments frais l'ami, l'amie sympathique les aliments surgelés le jus de fruit l'amusement l'ail génétiquement modifié aliments génétiquement modifiés revenir à se faire bien voir de entrer dans s'entendre

Example Sentence
The company employs 250 people. There was an equal number of men and women. Listen to the exotic music of the East on this three-CD set. The police are expecting trouble after the match. John Travolta is a very experienced pilot. We experimented with different ways of designing the book. I'm too fat – I must try to eat less chocolate. Fatty foods are bad for you. This is Joe's favourite music. I need to find out what time the next train leaves. We had fish cooked with onions and tomatoes. Do you like fizzy mineral water? Add the flour to the eggs, not the other way round. She was out buying Chinese food for the party. He speaks three foreign languages. I bought three bottles of an excellent French wine. Start again on a fresh sheet of paper. Fresh food usually tastes better than frozen food. She invited all her closest friends to the party. Everyone in the village was very friendly to us. Put those packets in the frozen food section. I'll just have fruit juice – I'm driving home. The party was great fun. Your breath smells of garlic. These burgers contain genetically modified soya. Many supermarkets refuse to sell genetically modified food. It will take you three weeks to get back to normal after the operation. He used his charm to get in with people who could help his business. Get into the car and shut the door. We don't get on – I just don't like him.

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English Headword
get on with get to get together GM go on grapefruit Greek grilled guide ham have Hawaiian health food healthy heating heavy hot hot how about you? ice-cream improve increase Indian infected info information ingredients Internet issues Italian

Pronunciation
/ et ɒn wið, wiθ/ / et tə, tυ/ / et tə eðə/ / d i em/ / əυ ɒn/ / reipfru t/ / ri k/ / rild/ / aid/ /h m/ /həv, h v/ /hə waiən/ / helθ fu d/ / helθi/ / hi tiŋ/ / hevi/ /hɒt/ /hɒt/ / haυ əbaυt ju / / ais kri m/ /im pru v/ / inkri s/ / indiən/ /in fektid/ / infəυ/ / infə meiʃən/ /in ri diənts/ / intənet/ / iʃu z, isju z/ /i t liən/

German
weitermachen ankommen in zusammenkommen genmanipuliert angehen Pampelmuse, Grapefruit griechisch gegrillt Reiseführer Schinken machen, geben hawaiisch Reformkost gesund Heizung mächtig, schwer heiß scharf Und du? Und Sie? Eiskreme verbessern steigen, ansteigen indisch entzündet Info, Auskunft Information Zutaten Internet Lieferung, Ausgabe italienisch

French
continuer arriver à se réunir génétiquement modifié s'allumer le pamplemousse grec, grecque grillé le guide le jambon faire, organiser hawaïen, hawaïenne l'alimentation diététique sain le chauffage lourd (très) chaud piquant Et toi? Et vous? la crème glacée améliorer augmenter indien, indienne infecté des infos

Example Sentence
Stop talking and get on with your work! We didn't get to London till after midnight. They get together every year on Burns Night. Many supermarkets have stopped selling GM food. The light goes on when you open the fridge door. I had some cornflakes and half a grapefruit for breakfast. Let's go to that new Greek restaurant in Morley. Grilled bacon is less fatty than fried bacon. The bookshop sells guides to all the large cities of the world. We had ham sandwiches and cheese sandwiches. We're having a party on New Year's Eve. Just putting pineapple on your pizza doesn't make it Hawaiian! There's a new health food shop in the shopping centre. I feel better since we started eating healthier food. I'll turn the heating up. Their puddings are always very heavy and filling. It was a very hot day. The soup's really hot and spicy. I'm OK, thanks. How about you? I'd like ice-cream and strawberries for pudding. These drugs improve the body's resistance to disease. The price of fuel is on the increase again. Do you like Indian food? This cut has become infected. Where can I get more info on bus times?

les informations, les renseignements How can I get more information about the university? les ingrédients l'Internet la livraison italien, italienne As far as possible, we use fresh local ingredients. You can find all the latest information on the Internet. They haven't had a new issue of food for weeks now. Our agent in Rome handles all our Italian business.

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English Headword
joking juicy kiwi fruit lamb lazy least least long-term low-cholesterol mad Malaysian manipulate meat mention Mexican mild mixture moment natural noisy normal nuclear physics nut nutraceuticals

Pronunciation
/ d əυkiŋ/ / d u si/ / ki wi fru t/ /l m/ / leizi/ /li st/ /li st/ / lɒŋ t m/ / ləυ kə lestərɒl/ /m d/ /mə leiziən fu d/ /mə nipjəleit/ /mi t/ / menʃən/ / meksikən/ /maild/ / mikstʃə/ / məυmənt/ / n tʃərəl/ / nɔizi/ / nɔ məl/ / nju kliə fiziks/ /n t/ / nju trə sju tikəlz/

German
Witze machen saftig Kiwi Lamm faul weniger am wenigsten Langzeitcholesterinarm verrückt malaysisch manipulieren, beeinflussen Fleisch erwähnen mexikanisch mild Mischung Moment, Augenblick natürlich laut normal Kernphysik Nuss Nutraceutical (neuartige Lebensmittel mit angeblich pharmakologisch wirkenden Zusatzstoffen) Ozean anbieten Olive Olivenöl eine letzte Sache noch ...

French
plaisanter juteux le kiwi l'agneau paresseux le moins le moins à long terme pauvre en cholestérol fou malais(e) manipuler la viande mentionner mexicain(e) doux le mélange le moment naturel bruyant normal la physique nucléaire la noix les alicaments

Example Sentence
He's really coming here? You're joking! This tree produces nice, crisp, juicy apples. Marie likes kiwi fruit but I don't like its hairy skin! If you can't get beef we can always use lamb. Don't be so lazy – come and help me clean up. Scratching his nose is one of his least attractive habits. It's the part of the world I know least about. We don't know much about the long-term effects of using drugs. The company makes a range of low-cholesterol foods. Mad cow disease badly affected sales of beef in Britain. We went to the Malaysian restaurant for a change. He is willing to manipulate his friends if it will help his career. I don't eat very much meat. She mentioned that she'd just got back from the US. Mexican food is often hot and spicy. This cheese is quite mild compared to the really strong stuff. Stir the mixture with a spoon until it is smooth. I'm really too busy to talk to you at the moment. This is a completely natural food that is very good for you. Those children are really noisy. It started out as a normal day. He studied nuclear physics at university. The label warns that there may be small quantities of nuts in this product. The company has predicted huge growth in sales of nutraceuticals.

ocean offer olive olive oil one last thing…

/ əυʃən/ / ɒfə/ / ɒliv/ / ɒliv ɔil/ / w n lɑ st θiŋ/

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The Pacific Ocean is the largest body of water on Earth. He came over and offered me a drink. He always has two olives in his drink. Cooking with olive oil is healthier than cooking with animal fat. One last thing … be sure to enjoy yourselves!

English Headword
one more thing… one thing is… organic organic food outbreak outside overfish own party pasta pear pepper pesticide pet food pie pizza pizza bread pizzeria planet plum pollen portion prawn prepare pressure problem production process pudding put put on

Pronunciation
/ w n mɔ θiŋ/ / w n θiŋ iz/ /ɔ /ɔ nik/ nik fu d/

German
noch eine Sache das muss man ihr/ihm lassen biologisch biologische Nahrungsmittel Ausbruch draußen überfischen eigen, allein Party, Fest Nudeln Birne Paprika Pestizid Tierfutter Kuchen Pizza Pizzabrot, unbelegte Pizza Pizzeria Planet Pflaume Pollen Portion Garnele vorbereiten, zubereiten Druck Problem, Schwierigkeit Herstellungsprozess Nachspeise, Dessert legen, setzen, stellen anziehen

French
encore une chose c'est un fait, il faut le reconnaître biologique (de culture -) les aliments bio le déclenchement à l'extérieur pêcher trop propre la fête, la soirée les pâtes la poire le poivron le pesticide la nourriture pour animaux le gâteau la pizza la pâte à pizza la pizzeria la planète la prune le pollen la portion la crevette préparer la pression le problème le procédé de production le dessert mettre mettre, porter (vêtement)

Example Sentence
I just want to say one more thing – goodbye! She may not be rich, but one thing is, she's certainly attractive. We buy organic vegetables at the local market. Organic food is much more expensive in my local supermarket. We were living in Austria at the outbreak of the war. Can I go and play outside, Dad? There is a shortage of cod because this area has been overfished. The house stands on its own in the middle of the park. We're having a party next Saturday. You should eat pasta before you run a marathon. We had pears, bananas and melon for lunch. He put some crunchy red and green peppers on the pizza. If you use pesticides, you can't call your crops organic. She spends £5 a week on pet food for her animals. This cherry pie also has a lot of apple in it. They make 14 different kinds of pizza here. You can buy a packet of pizza bread and make your own at home. There's a very good pizzeria at the bottom of the street. Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system. These plums taste very sour. The pollen level is so high I can't stop sneezing. Two portions of chips, please. There is a choice of prawn salad or soup for starters. Carol was upstairs preparing a room for the guests. There's a lot of pressure on her to get married now. She's had a lot of problems at work recently. Salt is added during the production process to help the food stay fresh. Puddings are my favourite part of any meal. Where did I put my keys? Put on your coat – it's cold outside.

/ aυtbreik/ /aυt said/ / əυvə fiʃ/ /əυn/ / pɑ ti/ / p stə/ /peə/ / pepə/ / pestisaid/ / pet fu d/ /pai/ / pi tsə/ / pi tsə bred/ / pi tsə ri ə/ / pl nət/ /pl m/ / pɒlən/ / pɔ ʃən/ /prɔ n/ /pri peə/ / preʃə/ / prɒbləm/ /prə d kʃən prəυses/ / pυdiŋ/ /pυt/ /pυt ɒn/

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English Headword
pyramid quality queue ready-made recent recipe recommend red pepper referee refuse relaxed repetition request reservation resistance resistant rice risk rock music salmon salty samosa sauce sausages seafood serve service with a smile short sign off similar

Pronunciation
/ pirəmid/ / kwɒləti/ /kju / / redi meid/ / ri sənt/ / resəpi/ / rekə mend/ / red pepə/ / refə ri / / refju z/ /ri l kst/ / repə tiʃən/ /ri kwest/ / rezə veiʃən/ /ri zistəns/ /ri zistənt/ /rais/ /risk/ / rɒk mju zik/ / s mən/ / sɔ lti/ /s məυsə/ /sɔ s/ / sɒsid iz/ / si fu d/ /s v/ / s vis/ /ʃɔ t/ / sain ɒf/ / simələ/

German
Pyramide Qualität Schlange stehen vorgefertigt neu, neueste Rezept empfehlen rote Paprika Schiedsrichter sich weigern entspannt Wiederholung Anfrage, Gesuch Reservierung Widerstand resistent, widerstandsfähig Reis Risiko Rockmusik Lachs salzig Samosa (gefüllte Teigtasche) Soße Würste Meeresfrüchte servieren freundliche Bedienung kurz einen Brief schließen ähnlich

French
la pyramide la qualité faire (la) queue tout préparé récent la recette recommander le poivron rouge l'arbitre refuser détendu la répétition la demande la réservation la résistance résistant le riz le risque la musique rock le saumon salé le samosa la sauce les saucisses les crustacés servir service aimable court terminer une lettre similaire

Example Sentence
She arranged the chocolates in the shape of a pyramid. The quality of the food in that restaurant is very high. We had to queue for hours outside the cinema. They sell delicious ready-made pasta dishes. This is John Irving's most recent book. There's a recipe for strawberry ice-cream. Which car does the article recommend? He cooked stuffed red peppers for dinner. Just at that moment the referee blew his whistle. I asked Steve to help me, but he refused. She looked happy and relaxed on her wedding day. Avoid repetition by using different words. We've made a request for new equipment. I'd like to make a reservation for dinner tonight. There is strong resistance to the scheme. Some diseases are resistant to antibiotics. We had chicken with boiled rice. Most sports involve the risk of injury. They play loud rock music all day long. You can see salmon making their way up the river in September. This meat has a slightly salty taste. I'll have chicken curry, boiled rice and two samosas, please. Make a white sauce and add cheese, then pour over the pasta. This butcher makes the most delicious sausages you've ever tasted! He was very ill after eating seafood the previous night. We serve dinner at eight. We always get good and pleasant service with a smile in this restaurant. This is quite a short sentence. I'll sign off now and write to you again next week. Martine and her sister look very similar.

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English Headword
smoke smoky sound soup sour spacious speciality spectacular spicy starter starvation study supply suppose surprised surprisingly swap sweet take-away tall tasty telephone number tender terrace there thing tinned food toast tonne top

Pronunciation
/sməυk/ / sməυki/ /saυnd/ /su p/ /saυə/ / speiʃəs/ / speʃi ləti/ /spek t kjələ/ / spaisi/ / stɑ tə/ /stɑ veiʃən/ / st di/ /sə plai/ /sə pəυz/ /sə praizd/ /sə praiziŋli/ /swɒp/ /swi t/ / teik əwei/ /tɔ l/ / teisti/ / teləfəυn n mbə/ / tendə/ / terəs/ /ðeə/ /θiŋ/ / tind fu d/ /təυst/ /t n/ /tɒp/

German
rauchen verraucht klingen, sich anhören Suppe sauer geräumig Spezialität eindrucksvoll, spektakulär würzig Vorspeise Hungertod, Unterernährung Studie, Untersuchung Vorrat annehmen, vermuten überrascht überraschenderweise tauschen süß zum Mitnehmen groß lecker, schmackhaft Telefonnummer zart Terrasse dahin Ding, Gegenstand Konservennahrung Toast Tonne Spitzen-, erstklassig

French
fumer enfumé sembler (à l'oreille) la soupe acide, sur spacieux la spécialité spectaculaire épicé l'entrée la faim, la malnutrition l'étude la réserve supposer surpris de manière surprenante échanger sucré à emporter grand (de taille) goûteux le numéro de téléphone tendre la terrasse là la chose la nourriture en conserve le toast la tonne de première qualité

Example Sentence
I don't smoke cigarettes any more. The room was crowded and smoky. It sounds as if he'll be in hospital for quite a while. Whatever illness I get, my mum always makes me eat chicken soup. I don't like this apple – it's too sour. She has a spacious apartment on the fifth floor. Fish is our speciality. There's a spectacular view from the top of the car park. I like spicy Indian food. I don't want a starter, I'm not feeling very hungry. People there are dying of starvation. They carried out a study of the types of food that children eat. While he was ill in bed, we made sure he had a supply of magazines and videos. I suppose he's still in London. I'm surprised you haven't been there before. Surprisingly, the exam was very easy. Can I swap seats with you? This chocolate sauce is very sweet. I don't want to cook – let's just get an Indian take-away. A tall, beautiful woman entered the room. This meal is not very tasty. What's your telephone number? The meat is delicious and very tender. We sat and had drinks on the terrace. I need to go to the bank. Do you know how to get there? What's this little round thing for? Tinned food has too much salt in it. I'd like two pieces of toast for breakfast. The ship was carrying thousands of tonnes of wheat. Their work is very good indeed – top quality.

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English Headword
tough trendy turn down turn up unique unknown unlikely unregulated untruthful useless value vanilla variety vegetarian food view volume wait window cleaner wine worth yoghurt

Pronunciation
/t f/ / trendi/ / t n daυn/ /t n p/ /ju ni k/ / n nəυn/ / n laikli/ / n re jəleitid/ / n tru θfəl/ / ju sləs/ / v lju / /və nilə/ /və raiəti/ / ved əteəriən fu d/ /vju / / vɒlju m/ /weit/ / windəυ kli nə/ /wain/ /w θ/ / jɒ ət/

German
zäh modisch, trendig leiser stellen erscheinen, auftauchen einzigartig unbekannt unwahrscheinlich ungeregelt unaufrichtig nutzlos, unbrauchbar Wert Vanille Sorte vegetarisches Essen Aussicht, Ausblick Lautstärke Wartezeit, Warten Fensterputzer Wein wert Jogurt

French
dur à la mode baisser, diminuer arriver, se présenter unique inconnu peu probable déréglementé, privatisé; pas réglementé mensonger inutile la valeur la vanille la variété l'alimentation végétarienne la vue le volume l'attente le laveur de vitre le vin qui vaut le yoghourt

Example Sentence
This meat is as tough as leather. You have to be very trendy to get into that club. Can you turn the TV down while I'm on the phone? He turned up at the hotel at 6 o'clock instead of 7. Every house we build is unique. The number of people who died in the earthquake is still unknown. It is unlikely that you will get your money back. The bus system is completely unregulated now. Politicians are often untruthful about why they do things. This knife is useless for cutting meat. What is the total value of the paintings in the collection? I think plain vanilla ice cream is very boring. We tried three different varieties of cheese. Can you get vegetarian food in this café? From the top of the hill there's a great view over the city. Turn up the volume – I really like this song. We had a three-hour wait for tickets, but it was worth it! Did you pay the window cleaner last week? A glass of red wine costs £4.50. It took a long time to find the right house for us, but it was worth the wait. What flavour is that yoghurt?

Module 7
a lot of according to account act sth out actually advantage agreement with /ə lɒt əv, ɒv/ /ə kɔ diŋ tə, tυ/ /ə kaυnt/ / kt s mθiŋ aυt/ / ktʃuəli, -tʃəli/ /əd vɑ ntid / /ə ri mənt wið, wiθ/ viel laut, zufolge Bericht spielen, zeigen eigentlich Vorteil Vereinbarung beaucoup selon le compte, le compte-rendu jouer, représenter en fait l'avantage l'accord I don't have a lot of work to do at the moment. According to Rachel, Keith started the fight. She was able to give an account of the accident. They acted out the story of the explorers meeting in the jungle. Actually, I don't believe that for a minute. The advantage of living in a town is that there is lots to do. Do you have an agreement with the printers on how much they charge you?

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English Headword
all another any argument arrange artificial ask for attack attractive bank bank account basic borrow both burn sth down canoe capital careful careful with sth carpet cash casino cattle CD player characteristic charity cheque cheque book chocolate cigarette

Pronunciation
/ɔ l/ /ə n ðə/ / eni/ / ɑ jəmənt/ /ə reind / / ɑ ti fiʃəl/ / ɑ sk fə, fɔ / /ə t k/ /ə tr ktiv/ /b ŋk/ / b ŋk ə kaυnt/ / beisik/ / bɒrəυ/ /bəυθ/ / b n s mθiŋ daυn/ /kə nu / / k pitl/ / keəfəl/ / keəfəl wið s mθiŋ/ / kɑ pət/ /k ʃ/ /kə si nəυ/ / k tl/ / si di pleiə/ / k riktə ristik/ / tʃ rəti/ /tʃek/ / tʃek bυk/ / tʃɒklət/ / si ə ret/

German
alle noch ein irgendein, -einer, -eines (in Negationen und Fragesätzen) Streit arrangieren, in die Wege leiten künstlich fragen nach, bitten um angreifen attraktiv, anziehend Bank Bankkonto grundlegend, einfach ausleihen beide etw. niederbrennen Kanu Hauptstadt vorsichtig achtgeben auf Teppich Bargeld Spielkasino Rinder CD-Player typisch, charakteristisch Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Scheck Scheckbuch Schokolade Zigarette

French
tout, toute(s), tous un autre, encore un

Example Sentence
Have you done all your homework? Do you want another beer?

aucun(e) (utilisé dans les questions There weren't any children playing in the street. et les négations I had a big argument with my girlfriend. la dispute organiser, prévoir artificiel demander attaquer beau, attirant la banque le compte en banque de base emprunter les deux brûler le canoë la capitale prudent faire attention à le tapis l'argent liquide le casino le bétail le lecteur de CD caractéristique l'œuvre caritative le chèque le carnet de chèques le chocolat la cigarette I've arranged a meeting with Jim. The room was decorated with artificial flowers. Can I ask you for some advice on travelling in Africa? Two men attacked him and took his car. His new girlfriend is very attractive. I need to go to the bank to get some money. I'd like to open a bank account. I know the basic principles of chemistry. He borrowed £2000 from his father. Both of the boys had dark hair. They burned down the building in protest against the war. The Native Americans built canoes and travelled up the river. London is the capital of England. He's always been very careful with his money. Be careful with that – you might break it. All the rooms had carpets on the floor. I haven't got much cash. Can I pay by cheque? She lost £5000 in the casino yesterday. He has 3000 cattle on a ranch in Texas. I'd like a CD player that I can carry around with me. She listened with her characteristic politeness. We're collecting money for a children's charity. You can pay by cheque or credit card. How many cheques are left in your cheque book? Can I have a piece of chocolate? It's cheaper to buy cigarettes in France than in Britain.

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English Headword
close coin collect come with comment on sth computer analyst contact count couple of crab credit card cure customer dangerous darkness dealer defend depression design designer destroy determined disadvantage discount discount dive divorce earn easy economic

Pronunciation
/kləυs/ /kɔin/ /kə lekt/ / k m wið, wiθ/ / kɒment ɒn s mθiŋ/ /kəm pju tər / kɒnt kt/ /kaυnt/ / k pəl əv/ /kr b/ / kredit kɑ d/ /kjυə/ / k stəmə/ / deind ərəs/ / dɑ knəs/ / di lə/ /di fend/ /di preʃən/ /di zain/ /di zainə/ /di strɔi/ /di t mind/ / disəd vɑ ntid / /dis kaυnt/ / diskaυnt/ /daiv/ /di vɔ s/ / n/ / i zi/ / ekə nɒmik/ nəlist/

German
nahe, vertraut Münze einsammeln haben etw. kommentieren EDV-Analytiker Kontakt, Verbindung zählen ein paar Krabbe Kreditkarte Heilmittel, -methode Kunde gefährlich Dunkelheit, Dunkel Händler verteidigen Depression, (Wirtschaft-)Krise Gestaltung, Ausstattung Designerzerstören entschlossen Nachteil im Preis reduzieren Preisnachlass tauchen sich scheiden lassen verdienen einfach, leicht wirtschaftlich

French
proche la pièce de monnaie récolter, rassembler inclure commenter qch

Example Sentence
As the years passed, they became closer and they married in 1998. He put a fifty pence coin into the drinks machine. Can you collect all the books and put them on my desk? This TV comes with a five-year guarantee. I'm not going to comment on the Prime Minister's statement.

l'analyste-programmeur, l'analyste- He works for an IT company as a computer analyst. programmeuse I try to keep in contact with all my old friends from school. le contact compter quelques, un ou deux le crabe la carte de crédit le traitement le client dangereux l'obscurité le concessionnaire, le distributeur défendre la dépression le design le/la styliste détruire déterminé le désavantage faire une remise la remise plonger divorcer gagner facile économique (qui a trait à I counted up the number of hours I watched TV each day. I'll be gone for a couple of days. We found a rock pool full of tiny crabs. You can pay by cash or by credit card. The doctors are sure they can find a cure for cancer. We try to keep our customers happy. Police say the escaped prisoner is a very dangerous man. The whole house was in darkness. I got it from a second-hand car dealer in Putney. The army has defended the country against foreign armies many times. The country is going through a period of economic depression. I like the design of this room. He refuses to wear anything that isn't designer clothing. The bombs have destroyed most of the city. She was determined to start her own business. What are the disadvantages of living in a flat? We're discounting all hats today. Members get a 10% discount for paying in cash. I walked to the edge of the pool and dived in. His parents divorced when he was six. How much do you earn a week? I find this software very easy to use. Can the government fix the country's economic problems?

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English Headword
educate enormous enough especially euro evil exactly expensive experience exploit fabrics fantastic feel few flames folk story follow fruit furniture generous genuine get to sw give away go out good grapes guarantee hairdryer hamburger

Pronunciation
/ edjυkeit/ /i nɔ məs/ /i n f/ /i speʃəli/ / jυərəυ/ / i vəl/ /i z ktli/ /ik spensiv/ /ik spiəriəns/ /ik splɔit/ / f briks/ /f n t stik/ /fi l/ /fju / /fleimz/ / fəυk stɔ ri/ / fɒləυ/ /fru t/ / f nitʃə/ / d enərəs/ / d enjuin/ / et tə s mweə/ / iv ə wei/ / əυ aυt/ / υd/ / reips/ / rən ti / ə/ / heə draiə/ / h mb

German
ausbilden, erziehen enorm, gewaltig genug, ausreichend vor allem, insbesondere Euro schlimm, schlecht genau teuer Erfahrung ausbeuten Textilwaren fantastisch sich fühlen, zumute sein ein paar, einige Flammen Volksmärchen folgen Obst, Frucht Möbel großzügig echt kommen zu, gelangen zu spenden, geben ausgehen gut Trauben Garantie Haarföhn Hamburger

French
l'économie) éduquer, former énorme assez spécialement l'euro mauvais, méchant exactement cher l'expérience (acquise) exploiter le tissus fantastique se sentir peu de (a few: quelques) les flammes l'histoire populaire suivre le(s) fruit(s) les meubles généreux authentique arriver à, se rendre donner sortir bon les raisins la garantie le sèche-cheveux le hamburger

Example Sentence
He was educated at a private school. It cost an enormous amount of money. The water wasn't hot enough for a bath. Teenagers can get bored, especially in small towns and villages. What's the value of the euro against the dollar? The band look really evil in this photograph. We got home at exactly six o'clock. We can't afford this – it's too expensive. He's a very good teacher with a lot of experience of young children. The company was accused of exploiting the Alaskan wilderness. Cotton is a natural fabric made from parts of the cotton plant. It's a fantastic film! I felt cold and lonely. Let's go away for a few days. The flames from the fire reached 200 feet into the sky. Do you know the old folk story about the three bears? If you follow me, I'll show you to your room. He spent the summer picking fruit in Israel. This office furniture is really expensive. It was really generous of Jack to take us all on holiday. Is that a genuine antique? How do I get to the bus station from here? He gave away most of his money to charity. Are you going out again tonight? I love wearing really good clothes. This area has the right blend of sunshine and soil for growing grapes. This watch comes with a three-year guarantee. Where can I plug in my hairdryer? This hamburger has only 20% meat in it.

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English Headword
happiness hard hear about sth heaven hide how many how much however humanity hunter ignore sb in include jump up lamp laptop computer lend lie life life little loan lonely look look around sth look for lose lots of lottery love

Pronunciation
/ h pinəs/ /hɑ d/ / hiər əbaυt s mθiŋ/ / hevən/ /haid/ / haυ meni/ / haυ m tʃ/ /haυ evə/ /hju m nəti/ / h ntə/ /i nɔ s mbədi/ /in/ /in klu d/ /d mp p/ /l mp/ / l ptɒp kəm pju tə/ /lend/ /lai/ /laif/ /laif/ / litl/ /ləυn/ / ləυnli/ /lυk/ / lυk ə raυnd s mθiŋ/ / lυk fə, fɔ / /lu z/ / lɒts əv, ɒv/ / lɒtəri/ /l v/

German
Glück schwer, hart erfahren von, hören von Himmel verstecken wie viele wie viel (unzählbar) aber, jedoch Menschheit Jäger jdn. ignorieren in beinhalten, aufnehmen aufspringen Lampe Laptop leihen lügen Leben Leben (ein) bisschen, ein klein wenig Darlehen einsam Blick sich umsehen suchen verlieren viele Lotterie Liebe

French
le bonheur difficile entendre parler de, apprendre le paradis cacher combien de? (pluriel) combien de? (incomptable) pourtant l'humanité le chasseur ignorer qqn dans, en inclure se lever d'un bond la lampe l'ordinateur portable prêter mentir la vie la vie un peu le prêt seul (qui se sent-) le regard regarder autour de soi chercher perdre beaucoup de la loterie l'amour

Example Sentence
Her eyes shone with happiness. She had a hard life and worked 60 hours a week in the mill. Please let us know where you heard about our products. After standing up all day, it was heaven to sit down. Jane hid the presents under the bed. How many people are coming to the meeting? How much food will we need for 50 people? Sarah is very clever. However, she needs to work harder to get good exam results. The attack broke international law and was a crime against humanity. The hunters didn't find a single fox all day. Ignore him, he's just trying to make you angry. She was dressed in green and white silk. The film festival includes movies from around the world. The dog jumped up and bit him on the nose. The bulb in my bedside lamp is broken. Put the files on the laptop computer so you can read them on the train. I can lend you £10. He lied about having a degree in order to get the job. Life was hard in the mines in the 1930s. This is what life is all about. Can you move over a little? We took out a loan to buy our new car. I felt really lonely while my parents were away. Have a look at the clock and tell me what time it is. We looked around the village to see whether we'd like to live there. I'm looking for my dog – have you seen him? I was worried I might lose my camera if I took it on the trip. Lots of people buy lottery tickets on a Saturday. What would you do if you had a big win on the lottery? Anna says she's in love with Steve and wants to marry him.

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English Headword
main make make sth into many matter mean message mice middle migrant millionaire miserable model money most much multi-millionaire natural need neither night no Nobel Prize none note offer other oyster painting park

Pronunciation
/mein/ /meik/ / meik s mθiŋ intə/ / meni/ / m tə/ /mi n/ / mesid / /mais/ / midl/ / mai rənt/ / miljə neə/ / mizərəbəl/ / mɒdl/ / m ni/ /məυst/ /m tʃ/ / m lti miljə neə/ / n tʃərəl/ /ni d/ / naiðər/ /nait/ /nəυ/ / nəυbel praiz/ /n n/ /nəυt/ / ɒfə/ / ðə/ / ɔistə/ / peintiŋ/ /pɑ k/

German
Hauptmachen etw. zu etw. machen viele Angelegenheit, Thema gemein Nachricht Mäuse Mitte Gastarbeiter Millionär erbärmlich, unglücklich Vorbild, Modell Geld der/die/das meiste viel Multimillionär natürlich brauchen keiner (von ihnen) Nacht kein, keine, keinen Nobelpreis keines Geldschein, Banknote Angebot andere, anderen Auster Gemälde, Bild parken

French
principal faire adapter, transformer en beaucoup de (pl.) la question, le sujet mesquin le message les souris le milieu l'immigré, -e le millionnaire malheureux le modèle l'argent la plupart beaucoup de (sg.) le multimillionnaire naturel avoir besoin de aucun (de deux) la nuit pas de le prix Nobel aucun le billet de banque l'offre l'autre l'huître la peinture, la toile garer

Example Sentence
The main road goes through the middle of the village. Do you want to make some cookies this afternoon? They've made his latest book into a terrific film. Were there many people left at Jill's party? Your education is an important matter. He's so mean he'd take sweets away from a baby. I've got a message for you from Sammy. I can hear mice running up and down inside the walls. He put the cake in the middle of the table. The farm employs a large number of migrants from eastern Europe. His father was a millionaire who made his money in the clothing industry. Paula looked miserable yesterday after she lost. France is an excellent model of a country with a good health service. Billy spent lots of money in town today. I'm very busy most of the time. I don't have much time – can I call you back later? The music industry has made multi-millionaires out of some record producers. Anger is a natural reaction when someone criticizes you. These plants need plenty of light and water. Neither of them came when I asked them to. It snowed in the middle of the night. There's no good reason why he shouldn't win. She won the Nobel Prize for literature. None of the other children could speak Italian. Can you give me a £20 note for two tens? They have a special offer on today – buy one get one free. Anna has a job, but the others are still at school. She ordered a dozen oysters and a bottle of champagne. There's an exhibition of paintings and sculptures at the gallery. We parked behind the school.

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English Headword
pasture pearl period personal pick plant pocket money popular price possessions put into quality questionnaire reason for sth reduce reduction refuse relationship reliable repair resolution rifle risk role play room row rude run away salary sand

Pronunciation
/ pɑ stʃə/ /p l/ / piəriəd/ / p sənəl/ /pik/ /plɑ nt/ / pɒkət m ni/ / pɒpjələ/ /prais/ /pə zeʃənz/ /pυt intə, intυ/ / kwɒləti/ / kwestʃə neə/ / ri zən fə s mθiŋ/ /ri dju s/ /ri d kʃən/ / refju z/ /ri leiʃənʃip/ /ri laiəbəl/ /ri peə/ / rezə lu ʃən/ / raifəl/ /risk/ / rəυl plei/ /ru m/ /rəυ/ /ru d/ / r n ə wei/ / s ləri/ /s nd/

German
Weide Perle Zeitspanne, Zeitraum persönlich pflücken Pflanze Taschengeld beliebt Preis Besitztümer anlegen, einzahlen Qualität Fragebogen Begründung für etw. reduzieren Reduzierung, Abnahme sich weigern Beziehung verlässlich reparieren Beschluss, Vorsatz Gewehr Gefahr, Risiko Rollenspiel Platz Reihe unhöflich, grob wegrennen Gehalt Sand

French
la prairie la perle la période personnel cueillir la plante l'argent de poche populaire, apprécié le prix les biens mettre dans la qualité le questionnaire la raison de réduire la réduction refuser la relation fiable réparer la résolution le fusil le risque le jeu de rôle l'espace, la place la rangée impoli partir en courant, s'enfuir le salaire le sable

Example Sentence
Put the horse in the pasture so he can run around. The girl was wearing a single pearl earring. Do not sit at a computer for long periods. She's having personal problems that are affecting her work. You can go to that farm and pick your own strawberries. She likes to have lots of plants in the house. How much pocket money do you get? He's one of the most popular boys in the school. The price of petrol has increased a lot. Prisoners were allowed no personal possessions. I'm going to put all my money into a savings account. The quality of the food in that restaurant is very high. Could you fill in this questionnaire? What reason did he give for being late? We reduce the price of our house from £220,000 to £198,000. There's been a reduction in the number of deaths from car accidents. I asked Steve, but he refused to do it. Her relationship with her father has always been difficult. TVs are very reliable these days – they hardly ever break down. How much will it cost to repair the video? My resolution this year is to lose as much weight as I can. There's a soldier in that building with a powerful rifle. Your house is at risk if you don't keep paying back your loan. As an exercise in role play, pretend that you are all teachers and I am a student. There's very little room in here for a desk and a chair. There were similar rows of houses in every street. The boys were making rude remarks about the teacher. She knocked on the old woman's door and then ran away. She gets a good salary – it's at least £60,000 a year. The children made castles out of sand.

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English Headword
save save up savings account scorpion send settle shell shoot shot shop around short story show society sold out some space special offer spend sport spread through sth square sting stream surface take sth out take up a sport talk about sth team-mate terrible text message

Pronunciation
/seiv/ / seiv p/ / seiviŋz ə kaυnt/ / skɔ piən/ /send/ / setl/ /ʃel/ /ʃu t/ /ʃɒt/ / ʃɒp ə raυnd/ / ʃɔ t stɔ ri/ /ʃəυ/ /sə saiəti/ / səυld aυt/ /səm, s m/ /speis/ / speʃəl ɒfə/ /spend/ /spɔ t/ / spred θru s mθiŋ/ /skweə/ /stiŋ/ /stri m/ / s fəs/ / teik s mθiŋ aυt/ / teik p ə spɔ t/ / tɔ k əbaυt s mθiŋ/ / ti m meit/ / terəbəl/ / tekst mesid /

German
sparen sparen auf Sparkonto Skorpion senden, schicken absetzen Schale, Muschel schießen Schuss die Preise vergleichen Kurzgeschichte zeigen Gesellschaft ausverkauft etwas Platz Sonderangebot ausgeben Sport sich ausbreiten Platz stechen Bach Oberfläche abheben anfangen, beginnen über etw. sprechen Teamkollege fürchterlich SMS

French
épargner épargner le carnet de dépôt le scorpion envoyer se déposer la coquille tirer (arme à feu) le coup de feu comparer les prix la nouvelle (genre littéraire) montrer la société complet, à guichets fermés du, de la, quelques l'espace l'offre spéciale, la promotion dépenser le sport se répandre le square piquer le ruisseau la surface retirer se mettre à parler de l'équipier, l'équipière horrible, terrible le sms

Example Sentence
I saved money by giving up cigarettes. She's saving up for a new car. This savings account pays a very good rate of interest. He was stung by a scorpion and nearly died. I sent some money to my sister. All the tea leaves have settled at the bottom of the pot. We took the shells off the crabs. He shot the man in the back. I heard a shot and the animal fell to the ground. If you shop around you can pay less than that. It's a short story about a man and a dancing bear. He didn't show any sign that he was sorry. We live in a multi-racial society. The group's three concerts at Wembley Stadium are all sold out. "Would you like some cake?" "Yes, I'd love some." There isn't enough space in the suitcase. The hotel has a special offer of five nights for the price of three. I spent all my money on beer. He only took up the sport when he was in his twenties. News spread though the village that she had been murdered. Everyone in the town gathered in the main square for the occasion. A wasp stung me on the leg. We drank some water from the stream running down the mountain. There were dead fish floating on the surface of the river. I'll take some money out of my account to pay for presents. She took up golf when she was only four! I don't want to talk about it any longer. He finished just ahead of his Ferrari team-mate. I have a terrible headache. She's always sending text messages to her friends.

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English Headword
the other the second throw sth back too treat try sth on understanding unfair unhappier than valuable waterfall wealthy win worth wrath write about sth wrong

Pronunciation
/ði ðə/ /ðə sekənd/ / θrəυ s mθiŋ b k/ /tu / /tri t/ / trai s mθiŋ ɒn/ / ndə st ndiŋ/ / n feə/ / n h piə ðən, ð n/ / v ljuəbəl, -jəbəl/ / wɔ təfɔ l/ / welθi/ /win/ /w θ/ /rɒθ/ / rait əbaυt s mθiŋ/ /rɒŋ/

German
der/die/das andere der Zweite, (Charles) II zurückwerfen zu behandeln anprobieren

French
l'autre Charles II rejeter trop traiter essayer (un vêtement)

Example Sentence
She's always complaining about one thing or the other. Charles the Second was King of England in the 1660s. The fish was too small to eat so she threw it back. He was driving too fast. The doctor is treating her for flu. Try this dress on and see whether you like it. She listened with her usual understanding and patience. It's unfair to give sweets to her and not to me. I couldn't be any unhappier than I feel today. The thieves stole a very valuable painting. He tried to go over the waterfall in a wooden barrel. Their father is a wealthy businessman. Who do you think will win the bet? This stamp is worth over £100. He was scared of incurring his father's wrath. Write about what you did in your holidays. You're wrong – I don't live on London Road.

Verständnis, Einfühlungsvermögen la compréhension ungerecht unglücklicher als wertvoll Wasserfall reich, wohlhabend gewinnen Wert (sein) Zorn über etw. schreiben falsch, verkehrt injuste plus malheureux que de valeur la chute d'eau riche gagner qui vaut la colère écrire au sujet de faux, incorrect

Module 8
advert affect ages alarm clock also amazing ask for atom bomb attractive automatic bargain battery / dv t/ /ə fekt/ / eid iz/ /ə lɑ m klɒk/ / ɔ lsəυ/ /ə meiziŋ/ / ɑ sk fə, fɔ / / təm bɒm/ /ə tr ktiv/ / ɔ tə m tik/ / bɑ ən/ / b təri/ Werbung, Reklame beeinflussen, beeinträchtigen Jahrhunderte, eine Ewigkeit Wecker auch erstaunlich bitten um Atombombe attraktiv, anziehend automatisch Sonderangebot, Schnäppchen Batterie l'annonce, la publicité affecter une éternité le réveil aussi étonnant demander la bombe atomique attirant automatique l'occasion, la bonne affaire la batterie Have you seen that advert for Nike sportswear? I hope this new job will not affect your schoolwork. It's taken me ages to get here on the bus. My alarm clock is broken – I didn't get up till 9 o'clock. Jan plays the guitar, and she also plays the piano. What an amazing story! He went up to the front and asked for more to eat. They tested the atom bomb by exploding it under the sea. His new girlfriend is very attractive. Press this button and the camera's automatic focus begins to work. These shorts were a bargain at only £4. Plug the machine into the wall and recharge the batteries.

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English Headword
belief bored borrow bracelet brilliant cable calculation camcorder carve sth out cash cheap clear climatic clock coastal common communicate compact computer convenient cross destroy/destruction development digital camera discount domestic DVD player earn earplug easy

Pronunciation
/bə li f/ /bɔ d/ / bɒrəυ/ / breislət/ / briljənt/ / keibəl/ / k lkjə leiʃən/ / k m kɔ də/ / kɑ v s mθiŋ aυt/ /k ʃ/ /tʃi p/ /kliə/ /klai m tik/ /klɒk/ / kəυstəl/ / kɒmən/ /kə mju nikeit/ /kəm p kt, kɒmp kt/ /kəm pju tə/ /kən vi niənt/ /krɒs/ /di strɔi, di str kʃən/ /di veləpmənt/ / did itl k mərə/ / diskaυnt/ /də mestik/ / di vi di pleiə/ / n/ / iəpl / i zi/ /

German
Glaube gelangweilt leihen Armband brillant, ausgezeichnet Kabel Rechnung Videokamera, Camcorder sich seinen Platz schaffen Bargeld billig, preisgünstig deutlich, eindeutig klimatisch Uhr Küstenverbreitet, häufig sprechen, kommunizieren kompakt Computer, Rechner günstig, angemessen überqueren zerstören/Zerstörung Entwicklung, Fortschritt Digitalkamera Preisnachlass, Rabatt häuslich DVD-Player verdienen Ohrstöpsel einfach, problemlos

French
la croyance s'ennuyer emprunter le bracelet brillant, génial le câble, le fil électrique le calcul le caméscope obtenir, gagner l'argent liquide bon marché clair climatique l'horloge côtier commun, courant communiquer compact l'ordinateur commode, pratique traverser détruire, la destruction le développement l'appareil photo numérique la remise domestique le lecteur de DVD gagner les boules quiès facile

Example Sentence
It's my belief the crash was not an accident. I'm bored – let's go home! He borrowed £2000 from his father. He bought her a gold bracelet for her birthday. He had a brilliant idea for a new kind of chair. I bought a new keyboard that doesn't need a cable. I did a quick calculation in my head. In his excitement, he had forgotten to switch his camcorder on. By hard work, he managed to carve out a share of the computer market. I haven't got much cash. Can I pay by cheque? This jacket was quite cheap. There is clear proof that she committed the crime. Climatic changes may have caused the recent floods. You could hear the clock ticking. The coastal regions of Italy attract many tourists. Rabbits are the most common wild animal in this area. It can be difficult to communicate with people if you don't speak their language. They've fitted a lot into a very compact case. I do a lot of my work on the computer. What would be a convenient time for me to come and see you? Hold Daddy's hand while we cross the road. The sea destroyed the children's sandcastle. The video version is an obvious development of the original idea. This digital camera takes very good pictures. Ask if they will give you a discount for paying in cash. They enjoyed 30 years of domestic happiness. Put the disc in the DVD player and we'll watch the film. How much do you earn in a good year? Without earplugs I'd never be able to sleep at night. It's very light and easy to carry around.

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English Headword
effort either electric electronic enjoyable environment evidence expert explosives extremely factual fast fax machine fear flash flat screen TV food mixer frankly gadget generally global warming headphones impractical incredibly ingenious intelligent interested invention kitten lend

Pronunciation
/ efət/ / aiðə/ /i lektrik/ / elik trɒnik, i lek-/ /in d ɔiəbəl/ /in vairənmənt/ / evədəns/ / eksp t/ /ik spləυsivz/ /ik stri mli/ / f ktʃuəl/ /fɑ st/ / f ks mə ʃi n/ /fiə/ /fl ʃ/ / fl t skri n ti vi / / fu d miksə/ / fr ŋkli/ / d it/ / d enərəli/ / ləυbəl wɔ miŋ/ / hedfəυnz/ /im pr ktikəl/ /in kredəbli/ /in d i niəs/ /in telid ənt/ / intrəstəd/ /in venʃən/ / kitn/ /lend/

German
Anstrengung, Mühe entweder ... oder elektrisch elektronisch amüsant, unterhaltsam Umwelt, Umgebung Beweis Experte, Fachmann Sprengstoff äußerst

French
l'effort ...ou ...ou électrique électronique agréable, plaisant l'environnement la preuve l'expert, l'experte les explosifs extrêmement

Example Sentence
It took a lot of effort to move all the furniture around. We can either have lunch here or go out. This electric toothbrush gets my teeth very clean. E-mail stands for electronic mail. It's an enjoyable movie. We must protect the environment. There is clear evidence that this disease is caused by eating too much fat. Experts managed to make the bomb safe. They used explosives to blow up the old building. I am extremely angry with you. He gave us a factual account of what happened. He has always loved fast cars. The fax machine has run out of paper. He does not travel by plane because of his fear of flying. The mini camera has an automatic focus and flash Flat screen TVs are getting cheaper because more people are buying them. Put the milk and flour in a food mixer and mix them together. Frankly, I think the Internet is a waste of time. It's a handy little gadget for opening bottles. The food at the Italian restaurant is generally quite good. Maybe the violent weather is caused by global warming. I prefer listening to music through headphones. The designs were totally impractical. The show is incredibly popular among teenagers. What an ingenious idea! It's an intelligent house – it knows when to switch the electricity on and off. I'm not interested in what he has to say. The computer was one of the most important inventions of the twentieth century. The kitten clawed at my trousers. I can lend you £10.

Tatsachen-, auf Tatsachen basierend factuel, basé sur les faits schnell Faxgerät Angst Blitz Flachbildschirm-Fernseher Mixgerät ehrlich/offen gesagt Apparat im Allgemeinen globale Erderwärmung Kopfhörer unpraktisch unglaublich genial intelligent interessiert Erfindung Kätzchen leihen rapide le fax la peur le flash téléviseur à écran plat le robot de cuisine franchement le gadget généralement le réchauffement de la terre le casque (d'écoute) pas pratique incroyablement ingénieux intelligent qui s'intéresse l'invention le chaton prêter

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English Headword
loan logical market microwave oven mobile phone nylon opinion optimistic palmtop computer pay sb back perfect personal stereo pessimistic photocopier plastic plus pocket calculator pollution-free portable practical prediction about program quite radio alarm clock rather than razor really recharge reliable revolutionary

Pronunciation
/ləυn/ / lɒd ikəl/ / mɑ kət/ / maikrəweiv / nailɒn/ /ə pinjən/ / ɒptə mistik/ / pɑ mtɒp kəm pju tə/ / pei s mbədi b k/ / p fikt/ / p sənəl steriəυ, stiər-/ / pesə mistik/ / fəυtəυ kɒpiə/ / pl stik/ /pl s/ / pɒkət k lkjəleitə/ /pə lu ʃən fri / / pɔ təbəl/ / pr ktikəl/ /pri dikʃən əbaυt/ / prəυ r m/ /kwait/ / reidiəυ ə lɑ m klɒk/ / rɑ ðə ðən, ð n/ / reizə/ / riəli/ / ri tʃɑ d / /ri laiəbəl/ / revə lu ʃənəri/ vən/ / məυbail fəυn/

German
Darlehen logisch Markt, Absatzmarkt Mikrowellenherd Handy aus Nylon Meinung optimistisch, zuversichtlich Palmtop jdm. sein Geld zurückzahlen perfekt, fehlerlos Walkman, Discman pessimistisch Fotokopiergerät Plastik, Kunststoff plus, und Taschenrechner frei von Umweltverschmutzung tragbar praktisch Vorhersage über programmieren, einstellen ziemlich Radiowecker lieber als Rasierer, Rasierwirklich, echt aufladen zuverlässig revolutionär

French
le prêt logique le marché le four à micro-ondes le gsm le nylon l'opinion optimiste l'ordinateur de poche rembourser parfait walkman, discman pessimiste la photocopieuse le plastique plus la calculatrice de poche exempt de pollution portable pratique la prédiction au sujet de programmer plutôt, assez le radio-réveil plutôt que le rasoir réellement, vraiment recharger fiable révolutionnaire

Example Sentence
We took out a loan to buy our new car. Version 7 is the logical development from version 6. There's no market for ice cubes in the Arctic. Baked potatoes cooked in the microwave oven taste like soap. Call me on my mobile. He was wearing a nylon tracksuit and sweating heavily. What's your opinion of the new head teacher? She was optimistic about her chances of passing the exam. You need very small fingers to operate a palmtop computer. I'll pay you back on Thursday. She speaks perfect English. My personal stereo also has a radio built into it. I am pessimistic about my chances of winning. The photocopier's out of paper again. The garden furniture is made of plastic. Three plus six equals nine. (3 + 6 = 9) He used a pocket calculator to work out the price in dollars. The wilder parts of Canada are almost pollution-free. They took a portable TV when they went camping! Science involves a lot of practical work in the laboratory. She made a prediction about how many students would pass the exam. I've programmed the heating to come on at exactly 8 o'clock. It can be quite cold at night. It has a radio alarm clock and makes you a cup of tea in the morning. Rather than seem stupid, John decided not to give any answer. I use an electric razor because I always cut myself with razor blades. She's been really ill. I need to recharge the car's battery. Rick is a good, reliable worker. She had an idea for a revolutionary new type of car.

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English Headword
robot roll out safe sale satisfied scanner scooter solar-powered solution sophisticated space species speed spend surf take theory tired tiring titanium toothbrush transporter useful user vacuum cleaner video player web cam weigh widespread win

Pronunciation
/ rəυbɒt/ / rəυl aυt/ /seif/ /seil/ / s tisfaid/ / sk nə/ / sku tə/ / səυlə paυəd/ /sə lu ʃən/ /sə fistikeitəd/ /speis/ / spi ʃi z/ /sped/ /spend/ /s f/ /teik/ / θiəri/ /taiəd/ / taiəriŋ/ /tai teiniəm/ / tu θbr ʃ/ /tr n spɔ tə/ / ju sfəl/ / ju zə/ / v kjυm kli nə/ / vidiəυ pleiə/ / web k m/ /wei/ / waidspred/ /win/

German
Roboter verbreiten sicher Ausverkauf zufrieden Scanner Motorroller solar betrieben Lösung hochentwickelt Platz Arten Tempo, Geschwindigkeit ausgeben surfen dauern, beanspruchen Theorie müde, etw. satt haben ermüdend Titan Zahnbürste Transportfahrzeug nützlich Benutzer Staubsauger Videogerät Webcam wiegen weit verbreitet gewinnen

French
le robot étendre sûr la vente satisfait le scanner le scooter qui fonctionne à l'énergie solaire la solution sophistiqué l'espace l'espèce la vitesse dépenser surfer prendre la théorie fatigué fatiguant le titane la brosse à dents le véhicule utile l'utilisateur l'aspirateur le lecteur vidéo la webcam peser répandu gagner

Example Sentence
Most of the work in the factory is now done by robots. After testing, the new system will be rolled out across all our factories. You can walk on the bridge – it's perfectly safe. Cotton shirts are on sale this week – two for the price of one. I didn't feel satisfied with my exam results. She used her scanner to put all her old photos on the computer. My scooter can't go as fast as his motorbike. Solar-powered cars have to carry lots of heavy batteries. Have you found the solution to that maths problem? They have very sophisticated computers to do these huge calculations. There isn't enough space in the suitcase. Three different species of deer live in the forest. What speed were you travelling at? I spent all my money. I came across this website when I was surfing the Internet. It took ages to paint all the walls in the house. In theory you can get there in three hours, but I wouldn't bet on it. I'm really tired of her complaining all the time. It gets very tiring to keep walking up and down the stairs for hours. The rocket is partly made of titanium. This electric toothbrush is very good for cleaning your teeth. The aliens used a transporter to go from the spacecraft to the planet's surface. Here's a useful map of the town centre. I've been a Mac user for many years now. This vacuum cleaner is not very good at picking up dog hairs. We keep a portable video player in the car to amuse the kids. You can watch the traffic in New York using the web cams on this website. How much does she weigh? The use of computers in classrooms is becoming more widespread. Mark's team won the basketball tournament.

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English Headword
wire wrist

Pronunciation
/waiə/ /rist/

German
Draht Handgelenk

French
le câble, le fil électrique le poignet

Example Sentence
This computer mouse works without using wires. He broke a bone in his wrist.

Module 9
abbreviations addicted alive and kicking all awful backdrop background noise bad blah boring brains breakfast TV broadcast (v) cancer care career cartoon case certainly chat about sth chat show cheer children’s TV comedy commercial radio complain connect /ə bri vi eiʃənz/ /ə diktid/ /ə laiv ən kikiŋ/ /ɔ l/ / ɔ fəl/ / b kdrɒp/ / b k raυnd nɔiz/ /b d/ /blɑ / / bɔ riŋ/ /breinz/ / brekfəst ti vi / / brɔ dkɑ st/ / k nsə/ /keə/ /kə riə/ /kɑ tu n/ /keis/ / s tnli/ / tʃ t əbaυt s mθiŋ/ / tʃ t ʃəυ/ /tʃiə/ / tʃildrənz ti vi / / kɒmədi/ /kə m ʃəl reidiəυ/ /kəm plein/ /kə nekt/ Abkürzungen abhängig, süchtig springlebendig die ganze (Zeit), immer schrecklich Hintergrund, Kulisse Hintergrundlärm schlecht blabla langweilig Köpfchen Frühstücksfernsehen senden, übertragen Krebs sich kümmern/scheren um Karriere Zeichentrickfilm Fall sicher, sicherlich sich über etw. unterhalten Talkshow jubeln, Beifall rufen Kinderprogramm Komödie Privatradio sich beschweren, sich beklagen anschließen, verbinden les abréviations dépendant, accro qui a bon pied bon œil tout, toute(s), tous horrible le décor le bruit de fond mauvais bla bla ennuyant (avoir) bonne tête les programmes du matin à la télé émettre, retransmettre le cancer prêter attention la carrière le dessin animé le cas certainement bavarder de le talk show acclamer les programmes pour enfants la comédie la station de radio privée se plaindre connecter BA and BSc are abbreviations for the names of university degrees. He was addicted to heroin. We thought he'd been killed but amazingly, he was alive and kicking. He sings all the time when he's in the bath. What an awful programme! New York is the backdrop for this series of stories. I can't hear you very well because of all the background noise. Too much salt is bad for you. She was saying, "He's great, he's so cool, blah, blah, blah." The programme was so boring she fell asleep. It takes brains to think of something like that! He's appearing on breakfast TV tomorrow morning. They'll broadcast the match live on Channel 5. He died of lung cancer. He doesn't seem to care about other people. He wants a career in business or finance. This channel shows cartoons from 8 till 12 each day. This is the worst case of animal cruelty I have ever seen. This match will certainly be difficult for us to win. I want to chat about what you're planning to do when you leave school. Brosnan appeared as a guest on her chat show. The crowd cheered as the players ran onto the field. Children's TV is usually on from about 4 till 5 in the afternoons. All my favourite films are comedies. He started on commercial radio and then moved to the BBC. The children all complained about the food. Connect this wire to the back of the machine.

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English Headword
cook cooking cos crime cultural debate dependent discussion DIY documentary drama educational eliminate email enjoyable entertaining entertainment everything excellent face to face fan fast film finest follow form fortune funny gaga game show

Pronunciation
/kυk/ / kυkiŋ/ /kəz, kɒz/ /kraim/ / k ltʃərəl/ /di beit/ /di pendənt/ /di sk ʃən/ / di ai wai/ / dɒkjə mentəri/ / drɑ mə/ / edjυ keiʃənəl/ /i liməneit/ / i meil/ /in d ɔiəbəl/ / entə teiniŋ/ / entə teinmənt/ / evriθiŋ/ / eksələnt/ / feis tə feis/ /f n/ /fɑ st/ /film/ / fainəst/ / fɒləυ/ /fɔ m/ / fɔ tʃən/ / f ni/ / ɑ ɑ/ / eim ʃəυ/

German
kochen Kochen weil Verbrechen Kultur-, kulturell Debatte abhängig Diskussion Heimwerken, Do-it-yourself Dokumentarfilm Fernsehfilm pädagogisch ausscheiden E-mail unterhaltsam, amüsant unterhaltsam Unterhaltung alles ausgezeichnet von Angesicht zu Angesicht Verehrer, Fan schnell Film beste folgen Form, Art Vermögen lustig gaga Spielshow

French
cuire la cuisine (activité) parce que (forme abrégée de 'because') le crime culturel le débat dépendant la discussion le bricolage (do it yourself) le documentaire le téléfilm éducatif éliminer l'e-mail, le courrier électronique plaisant, agréable distrayant le passe-temps, le loisir tout excellent face à face le/la fan vite, rapide le film le meilleur suivre la forme la fortune drôle, comique gaga le jeu télévisé

Example Sentence
The sun is so hot it feels like it's cooking my brains! I do the cooking every night and she does the washing-up. I bought his ticket 'cos he didn't want to go to the concert. Anyone who commits a crime must be punished. We run various cultural programmes to introduce people to British life. He took part in a school debate on animal rights. The villages are completely dependent on agriculture. Several students had a discussion about the homework assignment. There are far too many DIY programmes on TV. We watched a documentary about dinosaurs. He has written a new drama for the BBC. Are children's television shows supposed to be educational? He was eliminated from the tournament in the first round. I'll send you the file by email. It's quite an enjoyable movie. She gave a lively and entertaining speech. Video games are a modern form of entertainment. The teams are still level so there's everything to play for. I watched an excellent programme about the Victorians. The boxers stood face to face and looked straight at each other. I'm a huge fan of Peter Kay's programme. He has always loved fast cars. I saw a great film on TV last night. Building St Pancras station was his finest achievement. The news follows this programme at 10 o'clock. Game shows are a cheap form of entertainment. His computer cost a fortune. It was one of the funniest films I've ever seen. Sid keeps forgetting my name. I think he's going a bit gaga. I don't like game shows where people are made to look stupid.

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English Headword
gardening give going great grow hang up hard hardly holidays horrible hour interact with interesting last longer than late lately lifestyle live lizard log off log on long longer messages mobile phone nature programme nervously news nothing numbered

Pronunciation
/ ɑ dniŋ/ / iv/ / əυiŋ/ / reit/ / rəυ/ /h ŋ /hɑ d/ / hɑ dli/ / hɒlədiz/ / hɒrəbəl/ /aυə/ / intər kt wið, wiθ/ / intrəstiŋ/ / lɑ st lɒŋ ə ðən, ð n/ /leit/ / leitli/ / laifstail/ /laiv/ / lizəd/ / lɒ / lɒ /lɒŋ/ / lɒŋ ə/ / mesid iz/ / məυbail fəυn/ / neitʃə prəυ r m/ / n vəsli/ /nju z/ / n θiŋ/ / n mbəd/ ɒf/ ɒn/ p/

German
Gartenarbeit geben gehend (i.S.v. immer noch aktiv) groß, viel wachsen, größer werden auflegen (Telefon) hart kaum Ferien schrecklich, abscheulich Stunde (Sternstunde) eine Wechselwirkung eingehen interessant länger dauern zu spät, verspätet in letzter Zeit Lebensstil, Lebensführung live, direkt Eidechse sich abmelden einloggen lang länger Mitteilungen, Meldungen Handy Natursendung nervös, angespannt Nachrichten nichts gezählt

French
le jardinage donner occupé super, génial croître raccrocher (le téléphone) dur à peine les vacances horrible l'heure interagir avec intéressant durer plus longtemps que tard, en retard récemment le mode de vie en direct le lézard fermer sa session se logger long plus longtemps les messages le gsm le documentaire animalier nerveusement les informations, le journal rien compté

Example Sentence
We did a bit of gardening this afternoon. Let me give you some good advice – don't give up. He got his first job on TV in 1960 and he's still going strong. We had great fun. The crowd quickly grew to several thousand. Don't hang up – I want to speak to her too. The chairs were hard and uncomfortable to sit on. Jean was so excited she could hardly speak. They organise action-packed holidays for teenagers. That was a horrible thing to say. His finest hour was when he won the Open championship. These chemicals explode when they are allowed to interact with one another. A good teacher can make any subject interesting. I can make my ice-cream last longer than yours. Sorry I'm late! I've been feeling very tired lately. Regular exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle. This programme is coming to you live from Television Centre in London. This island has some of the world's largest lizards. I'm going to log off now for the night and go home. When I logged on in the morning I checked my email. She's tall and slim, with long legs. I can keep running for longer than you. The messages were written in code. Call me on my mobile phone. Richard Attenborough makes the best nature programmes on TV. Tony waited nervously for his turn. There was an interesting item on the news tonight. When he lost his job he found he had nothing to do. That shop will be shutting down soon – its days are numbered.

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English Headword
opinion own pick up play popularity predict queue quiz show radiation reality show resist ring up serious silly smash soap opera speech spend sports stand stand up to stick around stressed strong studio survive swinging target taste tempting

Pronunciation
/ə pinjən/ /əυn/ / pik p ðə fəυn/ /plei/ / pɒpjə l rəti/ /pri dikt/ /kju / / kwiz ʃəυ/ / reidi eiʃən/ /ri ləti ʃəυ/ /ri zist/ / riŋ / sili/ /sm ʃ/ / səυp ɒpərə/ /spi tʃ/ /spend/ /spɔ ts/ /st nd/ / st nd /strest/ /strɒŋ/ / stju diəυ/ /sə vaiv/ / swiŋiŋ/ / tɑ ət/ /teist/ / temptiŋ/ p tə, tυ/ / stik ə raυnd/ p/ / siəriəs/

German
Meinung eigen (on my own: allein) abnehmen (Telefon) spielen Bekanntheit, Popularität vorhersagen Schlange Quizshow Strahlung Reality-TV widerstehen, sich widersetzen anrufen ernst, ernsthaft dumm schmettern Seifenoper Rede ausgeben Sport stehen sich gegen jdn. behaupten bleiben, warten gestresst stark (i.S.v. voll in Gang sein) Studio überleben schwungvoll Ziel Geschmack verlockend

French
l'opinion propre décrocher (le téléphone) jouer la popularité prédire la file le jeu télévisé la radiation l'émission de télé-réalité résister à téléphoner à sérieux stupide jeter avec violence le soap le discours dépenser le sport se tenir (debout) affronter attendre stressé fort le studio survivre qui balance l'objectif, la cible le goût tentant

Example Sentence
The new head teacher is terrible, in my opinion. I want to be on my own for a little while. I picked up the phone as soon as it started ringing. With only ten minutes to go and the score 1–1, there's everything to play for. The popularity of the Internet has grown dramatically. His teachers predicted that he would get high grades. We had to stand in a long queue outside the cinema. All the questions on this quiz show are really easy. The process produces high levels of radiation. Reality shows are a very cheap way of making TV programmes. He resists any kind of change. Ring up the garage and see if the car's ready yet. Channel 5 has a mix of comedies and serious programmes. What a silly question! She smashed the ball so hard she broke her tennis racquet. She watches that soap opera every night. He gave a speech to the conference. I spent all my money. You get lots more sports programmes on satellite TV. Anna was standing in front of me in the queue. Don't let her frighten you – stand up to her! I'll stick around for a while and see if she arrives. Don't get stressed about exams. The party was still going strong at 3 in the morning. This show is filmed in Studio 3. The driver survived the accident. I was too young to have lived through the swinging '60s. Military buildings are an obvious target for terrorists. Punk rock isn't my taste in music. I've had a very tempting job offer.

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English Headword
tension terrible text texting theft think time totally travel trend turn over turn sth off turn sth on versatile victim wag weak website what about wildly

Pronunciation
/ tenʃən/ / terəbəl/ /tekst/ / tekstiŋ/ /θeft/ /θiŋk/ /taim/ / təυtl-i/ / tr vəl/ /trend/ / t n əυvə/ / t n s mθiŋ ɒf/ / t n s mθiŋ ɒn/ / v sətail/ / viktəm/ /w / /wi k/ / websait/ / wɒt əbaυt/ / waildli/

German
Spannung, Anspannung schrecklich eine SMS schicken SMS schreiben Diebstahl denken, halten von Zeit vollständig, total Reise Trend, Tendenz umschalten ausschalten einschalten, anschalten vielseitig Opfer wedeln schwach Website wie ist es mit ... ? heftig, ungestüm

French
la tension horrible envoyer un sms à envoyer des sms le vol penser le temps totalement le voyage la tendance passer à une autre chaîne éteindre qch allumer qch polyvalent la victime agiter faible le site web Que pensez-vous (penses-tu) de? frénétiquement

Example Sentence
You could feel the tension as the teacher read out the exam results. I have a terrible headache. I'll text you later. I'm not very good at texting because I don't know all the abbreviations. There are a lot of car thefts around here. What do you think of her new boyfriend? The dog keeps following me round all the time. The town was totally destroyed by the bombing. Did you see that travel programme last night? There's a trend toward more part-time employment. Turn over and we'll watch BBC1. If you turn off the lights it feels like being in the cinema. I put the chicken in but forgot to turn the oven on! He's a versatile actor who's made dozens of films. The police helped the victims of the bomb attack. The dog's wagging his tail but he doesn't look very friendly. Their defence is weak but their attack is good. Visit our website at www.awl-elt.com/dictionaries. Do you like this one? Or what about this one? The audience cheered wildly.

Module 10
alien aquarium as well as billion bookmark botanical break down browser canoe / eiliən/ /ə kweəriəm/ /əz wel əz/ / biljən/ / bυkmɑ k/ /bə t nikəl/ / breik daυn/ / braυzə/ /kə nu / Außerirdischer Aquarium und auch, sowie Milliarde Lesezeichen botanisch abstürzen Browser Kanu l'extra-terrestre l'aquarium de même que le milliard le favori botanique tomber en panne le navigateur (programme) le canoë Do you think that aliens will land on Earth one day? There's a wonderful aquarium at Monterey on the California coast. Now I have to do all her work as well as my own! The government spends billions of dollars on defence. I like this website – I'll add it to my bookmarks. The flower beds in the botanical gardens are wonderful at this time of year. My computer broke down and I lost all my files. Which web browser do you use most? They travelled down the river by canoe.

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English Headword
CD-ROM encyclopedia chat check click on sth clip cuisine dead dictionary distinctive document domain download dynamic encyclopedia fancy favourite ideal Internet landmark landscape link located Maori mouse multicultural network nightlife nuclear free zone nuclear testing online

Pronunciation
/si di rɒm insaiklə pi diə/ /tʃ t/ /tʃek/ / klik ɒn s mθiŋ/ /klip/ /kwi zi n/ /ded/ / dikʃənəri/ /di stiŋktiv/ / dɒkjəmənt/ /də mein/ / daυn ləυd/ /dai n mik/ /in saiklə pi diə/ / f nsi/ / feivərət/ /ai diəl/ / intənet/ / l ndmɑ k/ / l ndskeip/ /liŋk/ /ləυ keitid/ / maυri/ /maυs/ / m lti k ltʃərəl/ / netw k/ / naitlaif/ / nju kliə fri zəυn/ / nju kliə testiŋ/ /ɒn lain/

German
Enzyklopädie auf CD-ROM chatten überprüfen klicken auf, anklicken Ausschnitt, Clip Küche tot Wörterbuch unverkennbar, markant Dokument Bereich, Gebiet herunterladen dynamisch Enzyklopädie Lust haben auf Lieblings- (hier: Lesezeichen) ideal Internet Wahrzeichen, Sehenswürdigkeit Landschaft Link sich befinden, liegen in Maori Maus multikulturell Netzwerk Nachtleben atomwaffenfreie Zone Atomversuch online

French
l'encyclopédie sur Cdrom chatter vérifier cliquer sur le clip la gastronomie mort le dictionnaire distinctif, personnel le document le domaine télécharger dynamique l'encyclopédie avoir envie de favori idéal l'Internet le monument le paysage le lien situé Maori(e) la souris multiculturel le réseau la vie nocturne zone dénucléarisée les tests atomiques en ligne

Example Sentence
A CD-ROM encyclopedia is easier to carry than a huge book! I can chat live to my friends in the USA using this website. The firemen check all the equipment daily. Click on this button to see a larger picture. They showed clips from the new Bond movie. French cuisine is still one of the best in the world. The phone went dead when the storm passed overhead. If you don't understand a word, look it up in a dictionary. She has a distinctive style of writing. You can download the agreement as an electronic document. This problem is outside the domain of medical science. I downloaded the anti-virus update from the Internet this morning. The new teacher is very dynamic and has lots of energy. Look it up in the latest version of the Longman Encyclopedia. I really fancy some fish and chips. Add this site to your favourites so you can go straight to it next time. Being a working mother is not an ideal situation. You can find all the latest information on the Internet. The Eiffel Tower is a well-known landmark in Paris. Constable painted scenes from the English landscape. Click on the link to download this document. His office is located in the western part of the city. Did you meet any Maori families when you visited New Zealand? This mouse works without any cables. America is a multicultural society. We travelled on the high-speed European rail network. The big attraction in Berlin is the nightlife. They want Britain to become a nuclear-free zone. There is a ban on nuclear testing in the Pacific. He chats online to his friends who live just down the road!

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English Headword
online operate picturesque program protest reference book search engine settle settlement settler suburb testing textiles Tibet time machine virtual volcanic web windsurfing World Wide Web yacht zone

Pronunciation
/ ɒnlain/ / ɒpəreit/ / piktʃə resk/ / prəυ r m/ / prəυtest/ / refərəns bυk/ / s tʃ end in/ / setl/ / setlmənt/ / setlə/ / s b b/ / testiŋ/ / tekstailz/ /ti bet/ / taim mə ʃi n/ / v tʃuəl/ /vɒl k nik/ /web/ / wind s fiŋ/ / w ld waid web/ /jɒt/ /zəυn/

German
online bedienen malerisch Programm Demonstration Nachschlagewerk Suchmaschine Fuß fassen, zurechtkommen Ansiedlung Siedler Vorort, Stadtrand Tests Textilien, Stoffwaren Tibet Zeitmaschine virtuell, fiktiv vulkanisch, VulkanNetz windsurfen Web Yacht Gebiet, Zone

French
en ligne opérer, se servir de pittoresque le programme la protestation l'ouvrage de référence le moteur de recherche s'installer le peuplement, la colonisation le colon la banlieue des tests le textile le Tibet

Example Sentence
Have you ever used online banking facilities? How do you operate this machine? It's a quiet fishing village with a picturesque harbour. The students learnt how to write a computer program. He took part in a protest against the government's treatment of refugees. We have reference books on all kinds of subjects. Google is one of the most successful search engines on the Web. It took me a long time to settle into my new job. Raleigh was one of the first settlements on the east coast of America. The Native Americans gave a lot of help to the first white settlers. The tennis club is in a suburb of New York. We need to carry out a long programme of testing on the new drug. This part of Leeds was home to many manufacturers of textiles. It has been difficult for some time for foreigners to visit Tibet.

la machine à voyager dans le temps This time machine looks very like an old British police box. virtuel volcanique le web la planche à voile (activité) le web le yacht la zone The Internet lets you try some virtual tourism before you actually travel. The beach is made from black volcanic sand. This is a guide to the best education-related sites on the Web. I go windsurfing most weekends. How many computers make up the World Wide Web? A yacht with white sails passed us in the harbour. People are advised not to live in earthquake zones.

Module 11
abroad achieve ages arrest attack attention avoid /ə brɔ d/ /ə tʃi v/ / eid iz/ /ə rest/ /ə t k/ /ə tenʃən/ /ə vɔid/ im/ins Ausland erreichen, gelingen Ewigkeit, Jahrhunderte verhaften angreifen Aufmerksamkeit vermeiden à l'étranger réaliser une éternité arrêter attaquer l'attention éviter Have you travelled abroad much? Our local team achieved another win last weekend. I seem to have been doing this for ages now. They arrested her for stealing. Two men attacked him and took his car. Can I have your attention please, class. She avoided trouble by keeping quiet.

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English Headword
barrel body surfing bottom brain cell break businessman calm cell centre circle close cloud cockroach cold conclusion consequence crime critic darling death detective story die disaster distance dolphin dream of sth drought earthquake edge elder

Pronunciation
/ b rəl/ / bɒdi s fiŋ/ / bɒtəm/ / brein sel/ /breik/ / biznəsmən/ /kɑ m/ /sel/ / sentə/ / s kəl/ /kləυs/ /klaυd/ / kɒkrəυtʃ/ /kəυld/ /kən klu ən/ / kɒnsikwəns/ /kraim/ / kritik/ / dɑ liŋ/ /deθ/ /di tektiv stɔ ri/ /dai/ /di zɑ stə/ / distəns/ / dɒlfin/ / dri m əv s mθiŋ/ /draυt/ / θkweik/ /ed / / eldə/

German
Fass Bodysurfen unten Gehirnzellen zerbrechen Geschäftsmann ruhig Zelle Mittelpunkt, Zentrum Kreis nah, dicht Wolke Kakerlake kalt Abschluss, Ende Folge, Konsequenz KriminalKritiker Liebling Tod Kriminalroman, Krimi sterben Unglück Ferne, Entfernung Delfin träumen von Trockenheit, Dürre Erdbeben Rand, Kante älterer, ältere, älteres

French
le tonneau le surf (sans planche) l'arrière les neurones briser, casser l'homme d'affaire calme le cellule le centre le cercle près de le nuage le cafard (animal) froid la conclusion la conséquence le crime le critique (journaliste) chéri(e) la mort le roman policier mourir la catastrophe la distance le dauphin rêver de qch la sécheresse le tremblement de terre, le séisme le bord aîné

Example Sentence
I've ordered ten barrels of beer. Body surfing is cheaper because you don't need a surfboard! Her mother was standing at the bottom of the stairs. Drinking alcohol kills your brain cells! She accidentally dropped the bowl and broke it. The hotel is full of businessmen attending a conference. I took a deep breath and tried to keep calm. They're looking at how this drug affects certain types of cell in the brain. When they danced they became the centre of attention. I feel like I'm going round in circles and not actually getting anywhere. I came very close to winning that game. There were no clouds in the sky. The kitchen was extremely dirty, with cockroaches running everywhere. The house was cold and empty. The performance came to a conclusion with the final song. You don't think about the consequences of your actions! She likes reading American crime fiction. The critics praised the play highly. She's become the darling of the newspaper editors. After her husband's death, she lived alone for 20 years. Carol O'Connell writes brilliant detective stories. He died at the age of 78. Forty people were killed in the rail disaster. I could see him in the distance but he was too far away to hear me. Swimming with dolphins sometimes helps people who are very ill. I dream of the day when I can retire to the country. The country has had two years of drought. 200 people were killed in the earthquake. Dana sat on the edge of the bed. Her elder son is at college.

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English Headword
emigrate enthusiastic escape exhausted fall off sth famine fisherman fishing fishing boat float flood free freezing frighten frightening get out of doing sth gradually great homeless horizon horrify horror horror hostel insect inspiration inventor jellyfish jet skiing join family abroad

Pronunciation
/ emi reit/ /in θju zi /i skeip/ /i zɔ stid/ / fɔ l ɒf s mθiŋ/ / f min/ / fiʃəmən/ / fiʃiŋ/ / fiʃiŋ bəυt/ /fləυt/ /fl d/ /fri / / fri ziŋ/ / fraitn/ / fraitniŋ/ / et aυt əv du iŋ s mθiŋ/ / r d uəli/ / reit/ / həυmləs/ /hə raizən/ / hɒrəfai/ / hɒrə/ / hɒrə/ / hɒstl/ / insekt/ / inspə reiʃən/ /in ventə/ / d elifiʃ/ / d et ski iŋ/ / d ɔin f məli ə brɔ d/ stik/

German
auswandern begeistert entkommen, fliehen erschöpft herabfallen, abstürzen Hungersnot Fischer Fischen, Angeln Fischerboot treiben, schwimmen auf Überschwemmung gratis, kostenlos frierend ängstigen, Angst machen beängstigend sich drücken vor allmählich groß obdachlos Horizont mit Grauen erfüllen HorrorGrauen, Abscheu Herberge Insekt Inspiration, Eingebung Erfinder Qualle Jetski fahren sich seiner Familie im Ausland anschließen

French
émigrer enthousiaste s'échapper épuisé tomber de la famine le pêcheur la pêche le bateau de pêche flotter l'inondation gratuit glacial effrayer effrayant échapper à qch progressivement grand le sdf (sans domicile fixe) l'horizon horrifier l'horreur l'horreur l'auberge l'insecte l'inspiration l'inventeur, l'inventrice la méduse le jet-ski rejoindre de la famille à l'étranger

Example Sentence
All of her children have emigrated to Australia. Her parents were enthusiastic about the idea. I finally escaped from the meeting and went back to my desk. I was so exhausted that I fell asleep on the couch. He fell off the mountain and was nearly killed. His grandfather was born during the great potato famine in Ireland. The fishermen can't go out today because of the storm. We went fishing at the weekend. All the fishing boats are painted in bright colours. Oil floats on water. A pipe burst and caused a flood in the kitchen. There's a free gift with this month's magazine. I'm freezing – shall we light the fire? Being alone in the dark frightens some people. It's a very frightening film. He got out of doing the shopping by pretending to be ill. Her work gradually improved during the year. Lily opened the present with great care. They give out food to the homeless at Christmas. The sun slowly sank below the horizon. The idea of that happening to my kids horrifies me! This section of the library contains all the horror books. I listened in horror as he described what he had done. We stayed at a youth hostel in Wales. There are lots of poisonous insects in Australia. He was an artist who drew inspiration from Monet's work. The inventor of the telephone was Alexander Graham Bell. This jellyfish can grow to six feet in length. You have to be able to swim before you can go jet skiing. He will join his family in China six months later.

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English Headword
keen learn about life lighter literary long look for work love maelstrom mast moon natural disaster orphan over overboard overseas passion pick sb up pick up political problems practise proud remind retire rough round and round sailing scared scream out scuba diving

Pronunciation
/ki n/ / l n ə baυt/ /laif/ / laitə/ / litərəri/ /lɒŋ/ / lυk fə w k/ /l v/ / meilstrəm/ /mɑ st/ /mu n/ / n tʃərəl di zɑ stə/ / ɔ fən/ / əυvə/ / əυvəbɔ d/ / əυvə si z/ / p ʃən/ / pik s mbədi / pik p/ p/

German
scharf auf, brennend interessiert lernen über Leben leichter Literatur-, literarisch lang Arbeit suchen lieben, gerne etw. tun wollen Mahlstrom, Strudel Mast Mond Naturkatastrophe Waise vorbei über Bord Übersee Leidenschaft jdn. abholen aufheben politische Probleme üben stolz jdn. an etw. erinnern in Ruhestand gehen rau, unruhig immer wieder im Kreis Segeln Angst haben vor einen Schrei ausstoßen Gerätetauchen

French
très désireux de apprendre sur la vie plus léger littéraire long chercher du travail aimer, adorer le maelström, le tourbillon le mât la lune la catastrophe naturelle l'orphelin, -e fini, passé par-dessus bord litt. au-delà des mers (pour les Britanniques: à l'étranger) la passion prendre qqn ramasser les problèmes politiques pratiquer fier rappeler prendre sa retraite agité (la mer) en rond la (navigation à) voile effrayé hurler la plongée

Example Sentence
She seemed keen on meeting my brother. Learning a language is also a way of learning about other countries. I have lived in England all my life. Your bag's a lot lighter than mine. She won a literary prize for her first book. It's a long time since I last visited Italy. He lost his job and now he's looking for work in publishing. I'd love to be able to play the piano. She was at the centre of a maelstrom of frightening events. The boat's mast broke in two during the storm. How many thousand miles is it from here to the moon? The hurricane is the latest natural disaster to hit the coast of Florida. The war has made thousands of children into orphans. I was glad when the exams were over. The little boy had fallen overboard and nearly drowned. My father had to travel overseas several times each year. She has a real passion for tropical flowers. Tell me when you're arriving and I'll pick you up at the airport. Pick up your clothes and put them in the wardrobe. There are political problems caused by the lack of a strong leadership. I have to practise playing the trumpet every day. He is proud of his son's achievement. Remind me to take the cake out of the oven. I'm going to retire when I'm 60. The sea was very rough so the fishing boats did not go out that day. The cyclists went round and round the track, 20 times or more. The sailing season starts in February. My brother is scared of dogs. She screamed out a warning and the boy jumped back onto the pavement. Do you know where I can learn scuba diving?

/pə litikəl prɒbləmz/ / pr ktis/ /praυd/ /ri maind/ /ri taiə/ /r f/ / raυnd ən raυnd/ / seiliŋ/ /skeəd/ / skri m aυt/ / sku bə daiviŋ/

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English Headword
sea creature send sb back silent sink smoker snorkelling solitary solo speed starfish study KW sunbathing surfing survive swimming tax terrify terror tie time unemployment unenthusiastic volcano wash water skiing wave weirdo whirlpool work

Pronunciation
/ si kri tʃə/ / send s mbədi b k/ / sailənt/ /siŋk/ / sməυkə/ / snɔ kəliŋ/ / sɒlətəri/ / səυləυ/ /spi d/ / stɑ fiʃ/ / st di/ / s nbeiðiŋ/ / s fiŋ/ /sə vaiv/ / swimiŋ/ /t ks/ / terəfai/ / terə/ /tai/ /taim/ / nim plɔimənt/ / ninθju zi /vɒl keinəυ/ /wɒʃ/ / wɔ tə ski iŋ/ /weiv/ / wiədəυ/ / w lpu l/ /w k/ stik/

German
Meerestiere zurückschicken schweigsam untergehen Raucher Schnorcheln einzelgängerisch SoloGeschwindigkeit, Tempo Seestern studieren, lernen ein Sonnenbad nehmen surfen überleben Schwimmen Steuer Angst einjagen Angst, Schrecken binden, festbinden Zeit Arbeitslosigkeit desinteressiert Vulkan schwemmen, spülen Wasserski fahren Welle Spinner, verrückter Typ Wirbelstrom, Strudel Arbeit

French
la créature marine renvoyer qqn silencieux couler le fumeur, la fumeuse la nage avec un tuba solitaire solo la vitesse l'étoile de mer étudier prendre un bain de soleil le surf, la planche à voile survivre la natation la taxe, l'impôt terrifier la terreur lier, nouer le temps le chômage peu enthousiaste le volcan emporter (l'eau a emporté) le ski nautique la vague

Example Sentence
Some sea creatures live so deep down that nobody has ever seen them. She was going to go out without a scarf but her mum sent her back for it. I asked her what happened but she was silent. His bike fell in the river and sank. He's a heavy smoker. We went snorkelling in Hawaii. He was a solitary person who spent a lot of time alone. I don't really like his solo album. What speed were you travelling at? We found a pink starfish in a rock pool on the beach. She's going to France to study the language. Don't spend too long sunbathing or you'll get burnt. When we were in Hawaii we went surfing every day. The driver survived the accident. Swimming is great exercise. There is no tax on food. That dog terrifies me. He screamed in terror. George got out of the boat and tied it to a tree. For a long time I've wanted to act in a play. Many workers now face unemployment. When I suggested going to the cinema he was pretty unenthusiastic. The island has several active volcanoes. The huge waves washed many people overboard. Tracy was a keen swimmer and also liked to go water skiing. During the worst part of the storm the waves were over 20 feet high.

drôle de mec, drôle de bonne-femme He dresses in really strange clothes – he's a bit of a weirdo. le tourbillon le travail The boat sank when it sailed into a huge whirlpool. There's no work here now the factory has closed.

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English Headword Module 12
about absolutely accommodation addition administrator air alpine skiing altitude amateur ascent avalanche average ballet boiling breeze bright brochure changeable cloudy cold collide confess constant continental plate continually cool cost cowboy

Pronunciation
/ə baυt/ / bsəlu tli, /ə diʃən/ /əd minəstreitə/ /eə/ / lpain ski iŋ/ / ltitju d/ / amətə/ /ə sent/ / vəlɑ ntʃ/ / vərid / / b lei/ / bɔiliŋ/ /bri z/ /brait/ / brəυʃə, -ʃυə/ / tʃeind əbəl/ / klaυdi/ /kəυld/ /kə laid/ /kən fes/ / kɒnstənt/ / kɒntənentl pleit/ /kən tinjυəli/ /ku l/ /kɒst/ / kaυbɔi/ bsə lu tli/ /ə kɒmə deiʃən/

German
ungefähr wirklich, durchaus Unterkunft, Unterbringung zusätzlich Verwaltungsbeamte, -beamtin Luft Alpinskifahren Höhe Amateur Besteigung Lawine durchschnittlich Ballett kochend Brise, Lüftchen hell Prospekt, Broschüre wechselhaft bewölkt kalt zusammenstoßen gestehen, zugeben ständig Kontinentalplatte ununterbrochen kühl kosten Cowboy

French
environ absolument le logement l'addition (in - : en plus) l'administrateur, -trice l'air le ski alpin l'altitude l'amateur l'ascension l'avalanche moyen le ballet bouillant la brise brillant la brochure, le prospectus changeant, variable nuageux froid entrer en collision confier constant la plaque tectonique continuellement frais coûter le cow-boy

Example Sentence
About 20,000 people came to London for the protest march. I'll be absolutely amazed if we win. The college provides accommodation for all new students. The group meets once a week, and in addition we have individual sessions. He works as an administrator at the local college. The air is very clean in the mountains. We want the children to learn alpine skiing. Breathing is more difficult at high altitudes. He's not a professional, but he's a very good amateur athlete. They made the first successful ascent of Mount Everest in 1953. He was killed in an avalanche. The average temperature in winter is 10 degrees centigrade. We went to see the ballet "Swan Lake" in London. It's boiling hot in here. That cool breeze is lovely! The sun was very bright at midday in the desert. Let's get some holiday brochures and decide where to go this summer. The weather will be very changeable today, so take a sun hat and an umbrella. The sky is cloudy – I think it's going to rain. It will be a cold day, with temperatures below freezing. The car collided with a lorry. Eventually Mitchell confessed that he had stolen the chocolate. We were in constant danger of being blown over the edge. When the continental plates collide, it can cause earthquakes. The phone rang continually all day. It was hot in the day, but pleasantly cool at night. The hurricane costs the lives of hundreds of people. He worked as a cowboy on a ranch in Texas.

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English Headword
curling delicate despite destination downhill drizzle dry expedition extreme fascination finally first foggy freestyle freezing frost get to glacier go away go down go up gymnastics heavily history hot hurricane ice hockey ice skating impact inhospitable

Pronunciation
/ k liŋ/ / delikət/ /di spait/ / destə neiʃən/ / daυn hil/ / drizəl/ /drai/ / ekspə diʃən/ /ik stri m/ / f sə neiʃən/ / fainəl-i/ /f st/ / fɒ i/ / fri stail/ / fri ziŋ/ /frɒst/ / et tə ðə tɒp/ / l siə/ / əυ ə wei/ / əυ daυn/ / əυ p/ /d im n stiks/ / hevəli/ / histəri/ /hɒt/ / h rikən/ / ais hɒki/ / ais skeitiŋ/ / imp kt/ / inhɒ spitəbəl/

German
Curling empfindlich trotz Ziel, Bestimmungsort bergab Nieselregen trocken Expedition extrem, ExtremFaszination schließlich, endlich erster, erste, erstes neblig Freistil gefrierend Frost, Reif erreichen, ankommen Gletscher gehen nach sinken, fallen steigen Turnen heftig Geschichte heiß Orkan, Wirbelsturm Eishockey Schlittschuhfahren Einfluss unwirtlich

French
le curling délicat malgré la destination de descente le crachin sec l'expédition extrême la fascination finalement premier brumeux libre (nage, etc.) glacé, gelé le givre arriver à le glacier partir descendre monter la gymnastique lourdement l'histoire (le passé) très chaud la tornade le hockey sur glace le patinage sur glace l'impact inhospitalier

Example Sentence
Curling is very popular in cold countries like Scotland and Canada. Be careful with that cup – it's very delicate. He struggled on despite the pain. It took me five hours to reach my destination. Why do they call it downhill skiing? Nobody skis uphill! The rain isn't heavy, it's just a light drizzle. It will be dry today, so you won't need an umbrella. The students are going on an expedition to the South Pole. She likes danger so she became a member of the extreme sports club. He has a fascination for old books. We finally arrived home at 10 o'clock, over three hours late. She was the first runner across the line at the end of the race. It was so foggy we couldn't see the other side of the road. In the freestyle swimming you can choose which stroke you use. It's dangerous to drive in freezing weather. The ground was covered with frost. If we keep going for a few minutes longer we'll get to the top. Huge blocks of ice fell from the glacier into the sea. They've gone away for three weeks in Canada. The temperature started to go down when the sun set. The price of oil has gone up in the last few weeks. She started doing gymnastics at the age of seven. It was still raining heavily. She made history by being the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. It was a very hot day. The hurricane destroyed hundreds of houses all along the coast. We went to an ice hockey game when we were in Canada. I used to go ice skating every week when I was younger. Paul has a positive impact on his younger brother. Siberia is one of the most inhospitable regions on earth.

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English Headword
injured junkyard kid leisure length lift lightning literally make mild modesty monastery monsoon mountain biking mountaineer natural environment obsession opponent outfit over overcast overcrowding oxygen package paragliding peak point popular prehistoric pyramid

Pronunciation
/ ind əd/ /d /kid/ / le ə/ /leŋθ/ /lift/ / laitniŋ/ / litərəli/ /meik/ /maild/ / mɒdəsti/ / mɒnəstri/ /mɒn su n/ / maυntən baikiŋ/ / maυntə niə/ / n tʃərəl in vairənmənt/ /əb seʃən/ /ə pəυnənt/ / aυtfit/ / əυvə/ / əυvə kɑ st/ / əυvə kraυdiŋ/ / ɒksid ən/ / p kid / / p rə laidiŋ/ /pi k/ /pɔint/ / pɒpjələ/ / pri hi stɒrik/ / pirəmid/ ŋk-jɑ d/

German
verwundet Schrottplatz Kind Freizeit Länge, Dauer Lift Blitz buchstäblich machen mild Bescheidenheit Kloster Monsun Mountainbiken Bergsteiger natürliche Umgebung Besessenheit, Manie Gegner Kleidung, Garderobe über bedeckt Überbevölkerung Sauerstoff Pauschalangebot, PauschalParagliden Gipfel

French
blessé la décharge le/la gosse le loisir la longueur la remontée mécanique la foudre littéralement faire doux la modestie le monastère la mousson le vtt (vélo tout terrain) l'alpiniste l'environnement l'obsession l'opposant le costume, la tenue plus de couvert l'encombrement l'oxygène (voyage) organisé, forfaitaire le parapente le sommet

Example Sentence
The injured passengers were taken to hospital. You might find the parts you need for your old car at the junkyard. How many kids do you have? How do you spend your leisure time? Most visitors' length of stay is between a week and a month. You can take a helicopter ride to the top or take the ski lift. Several trees were struck by lightning. The fire literally reduced the house to ashes. Cafu made history by being the first player to take part in three World Cups. The weather will turn milder this week as temperatures rise. "Anyone else would have done the same,"' he said with typical modesty. They built the monastery at the top of the hill, away from the town. It rains very heavily in the monsoon season. She goes mountain biking on a special course in Wales. The mountaineers finally reached the top of Everest. How have cars affected the natural environment? Collecting train numbers is a bit of an obsession with him. Our opponents seemed to be much bigger and stronger than us. I'll have to buy myself a new outfit for their wedding. I can give you over 20 reasons why you shouldn't do that. It was an overcast November day and I thought it was going to rain. There are plans to reduce overcrowding in the town. The ambulance men gave him oxygen to help him breathe. You can go on a package holiday or book your hotel and flights separately. Majorca has lots of places where you can go paragliding. Several mountain peaks surround the village. What is the point of paying for one when you can get one free? Morzine is a popular skiing destination. There are prehistoric cave drawings in the surrounding area. The gymnasts formed a pyramid by standing on one another's shoulders.

Punkt (was macht es für einen Sinn le but (à quoi ça sert de…,) ... ) beliebt populaire, apprécié prähistorisch Pyramide préhistorique la pyramide

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English Headword
quite recently regard relatively resort risk rubbish sacred sea level secondly share Sherpa shower ski jumping slalom slide slope snow snowboarding snowstorm southernmost spectacular stay storm summit sunny sweep temperature think about doing sth thirdly

Pronunciation
/kwait/ / ri səntli/ /ri ɑ d/ / relətivli/ /ri zɔ t/ /risk/ / r biʃ/ / seikrəd/ / si levəl/ / sekəndli/ /ʃeə/ / ʃ pə/ / ʃaυə/ / ski d / slɑ ləm/ /slaid/ /sləυp/ /snəυ/ / snəυbɔ diŋ/ / snəυstɔ m/ / s ðənməυst/ /spek t kjələ/ /stei/ /stɔ m/ / s mit/ / s ni/ /swi p/ / temprətʃə/ / θiŋk əbaυt du iŋ s mθiŋ/ / θ dli/ mpiŋ/

German
ziemlich kürzlich halten für relativ, vergleichsweise Ferienort, Urlaubsgebiet Gefahr Müll, Abfall heilig Meeresspiegel zweitens teilen Sherpa Regenschauer Skispringen Slalom rutschen, schlittern Skipiste, Hang schneien Snowboardfahren Schneesturm südlichster, -ste, -stes eindrucksvoll Aufenthalt Sturm Gipfel sonnig kehren, fegen Temperatur sich überlegen etw. zu tun drittens

French
assez, plutôt récemment considérer relativement la station le risque les détritus sacré le niveau de la mer deuxièmement partager le sherpa la douche le saut à ski le slalom glisser la pente neiger le snowboard la tempête de neige le plus au sud spectaculaire le séjour la tempête le sommet ensoleillé balayer la température songer à faire qch troisièmement

Example Sentence
It can be quite cold at night. They recently moved to South Africa. I don't regard that joke as funny. Our house is relatively small compared to next door. Whistler is an expensive ski resort in western Canada. Drivers are at risk from snow showers and freezing fog. Could you put this rubbish outside in the bin? To Hindus, the River Ganges is sacred. The island is only 200 feet above sea level. First, the cars are expensive, and secondly they are not very good. The two secretaries share an office. The climbers had a Sherpa to guide them up the mountain. There will be showers at various times during the day. You need to be very brave to go ski jumping! He hit a pole and fell over in the slalom. Ducks were sliding about on the frozen pond. Go up the slope till you get to the top of the hill. It will snow tonight and driving will be difficult tomorrow. Snowboarding is a bit like surfing on land. The snowstorm has brought down the electricity cables. She comes from the southernmost tip of India. We got a spectacular view of Niagara Falls. They made our stay at the hotel very enjoyable. It looks like there's going to be a storm. He had to turn back only 1000 feet below the summit. Today will be sunny, warm and dry. Will you help me sweep the snow off the pavement? The temperature drops at night to 2 degrees C. I thought about going, but then I decided not to. And thirdly, I would like to thank my mum and dad.

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English Headword
thunder unprepared for up to warm wet windy worry zero

Pronunciation
/ θ ndə/ / npri peəd fə, fɔ / / p tə, tυ/ /wɔ m/ /wet/ / windi/ / w ri/ / ziərəυ/

German
Donner unvorbereitet, nicht vorbereitet bis zu warm nass windig sich Sorgen machen Null

French
le tonnerre mal préparé, pas prêt à jusqu'à chaud mouillé, humide venteux se faire du souci zéro

Example Sentence
Thunder roared and lightning flashed. They were unprepared for the huge crowd that came to welcome them home. There will be winds of up to 100 kph. It's lovely and warm in Spain at this time of year. It may be wet tomorrow, and fairly cold as well. It was too windy to go for a walk. I'm worried about what life will be like for my children. The temperature has fallen below zero.

Module 13
audience basically chic close club club clubbing come across sth common concert confident constantly cool currently dance floor disc-jockey disco DJ easy-listening eliminate / ɔ diəns/ / beisikli/ /ʃi k/ /kləυs/ /kl b/ /kl b/ / kl biŋ/ / k m ə krɒs s mθiŋ/ / kɒmən/ / kɒnsət/ / kɒnfədənt/ / kɒnstəntli/ /ku l/ / k rəntli/ / dɑ ns flɔ / / disk d ɒki/ / diskəυ/ / di d ei/ / i zi lisəniŋ/ /i liməneit/ Publikum, Zuschauer im Grunde genommen schick vertraut, nah Club, Verein Tanzbar, Diskothek, Nachtclub von einer Disco/Bar in die andere ziehen stoßen auf gemeinsam Konzert zuversichtlich ununterbrochen, unentwegt cool, gut derzeit, laufend Tanzfläche Diskjockey Diskothek, Disko DJ Unterhaltungsmusik ausschließen, beseitigen le public fondamentalement chic proche le club la discothèque aller en boîte tomber sur commun le concert confiant constamment cool, sympa actuellement la piste de danse le dj la soirée dansante le dj la musique facile éliminer The audience stood up and cheered at the end of the performance. Basically, the team didn't play well enough. We had lunch at a chic little cafe. My brother and I have always been very close. I'm a member of the local drama club. We're going out dancing tonight at a club. When we were in Ibiza, we went out clubbing every night. I came across an interesting advert in the paper. We discovered we had a lot of friends in common. The band gave a concert last night. She was confident that the problem would be sorted out. It had been raining constantly all weekend. You look really cool in those new jeans! These are the products that are currently available. It's great to watch her on the dance floor. This disc jockey used to have a show on Virgin Radio. Are you going to the school disco? That DJ used to play at one of the best clubs in Manchester. My dad only buys CDs if they have "easy-listening" on the label. We can never eliminate crime from our society.

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English Headword
emerge extravaganza fiddle flamenco fund general general knowledge give go gonna guitar harp huge idea illegal interview Irish jig jazz club jive left out look out for sth major master sth melodic midnight miss out on sth nightclub obviously okay

Pronunciation
/i m d / /ik str və / fidl/ /flə meŋkəυ/ /f nd/ / d enərəl/ / d enərəl nɒlid / / iv/ / əυ/ / ɒnə/ / i tɑ / /hɑ p/ /hju d / /ai diə/ /i li əl/ / intəvju / / aiəriʃ d i / /d z kl b/ /d aiv/ / left aυt/ /lυk aυt fə s mθiŋ/ / meid ə/ / mɑ stə s mθiŋ/ /mə lɒdik/ / midnait/ / mis aυt ɒn s mθiŋ/ / naitkl b/ / ɒbviəsli/ / əυ kei/ nzə/

German
auftauchen Spektakel, Ausstattungsstück Geige Flamenco Fonds, Kapital allgemein, grundsätzlich Allgemeinwissen geben gehen

French
émerger, faire surface, apparaître la fantaisie, le spectacle le violon (mot familier) le flamenco les fonds général la culture générale donner aller

Example Sentence
He emerged from his hiding place. Tonight's show is a musical extravaganza! An old man sat in the corner playing the fiddle while we danced. I'd love to be able to play flamenco guitar. I put the money in my holiday fund. This book should give you a general idea of the subject. I only buy this newspaper for the general knowledge crossword. They will be giving three concerts in Sydney. Sam wants to stay in but I want to go clubbing. We're gonna spend the evening in the bar. I'm learning to play the electric guitar. I always think of the harp when I hear Irish music. They have a huge house in the country. "Do you want to win?" "That's the general idea, yes." He was a member of an illegal political party. I've got a job interview this afternoon with Mr Smith. She danced an Irish jig while he played the fiddle. There used to be a jazz club where the cinema is now. My mum and dad used to jive to rock and roll music. I felt left out when everybody else went off to the party. The sailors looked out for rocks as the ship got nearer to land. There has been a major earthquake in the south of the country. He mastered the piano and went on to learn the violin. That cat doesn't have a very melodic voice! We stayed up until midnight. He missed out on the trip because he was in hospital. London has some great nightclubs. We're obviously going to need more help. "Thanks." "That's okay – it's no bother."

Abk. für 'going to': etw. demnächst forme abrégée de 'going to' tun Gitarre la guitare Harfe riesig, groß Idee illegal, gesetzeswidrig la harpe énorme l'idée illégal

(Vorstellungs-)Gespräch, Interview l'interview irischer Tanz Jazzclub Jive tanzen ausgeschlossen achten auf groß, bedeutend beherrschen melodisch Mitternacht etw. verpassen Nachtclub offensichtlich in Ordnung le gigue irlandaise le club de jazz swinguer rejeté, mis à l'écart faire attention à, se méfier de majeur maîtriser mélodique minuit rater, manquer le night-club de toute évidence de rien

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English Headword
phone in

Pronunciation
/ fəυn in/ / pɒpjə l rəti/ /preiz/ /pri dikt/ /p b/ /reiv/ /ri dekəreit/ /rait/ / s mbə/ / selaυt/ / set /su n/ /saυnd/ /spek teitə/ /spɔ t/ / stɑ t ɒf/ /streit/ /strest/ / su pə stɑ / / teik /tυə/ /trə diʃənəl/ / u liən paips/ / ju niv s/ / n strest/ / venju / / vetərən/ p s mθiŋ/ / t ŋ əυ/ p s mθiŋ/ / sait si iŋ/

German
Programm mit telefonischer Hörerbeteiligung Beliebtheit Lob vorhersagen Kneipe, Pub Rave-Party renovieren gleich, unmittelbar Samba ausverkauft organisieren Sightseeing, Besichtigungsfahrt bald klingen Zuschauer Sport eröffnen sofort, direkt betont Superstar etw. beginnen, anfangen Tango Rundreise, Tour traditionell irischer Dudelsack Weltall, Universum unbetont Veranstaltungsort Veteran

French

Example Sentence

émission de radio faisant intervenir There was a phone-in on Radio 1 so that people could give their views. les auditeurs par téléphone la popularité l'éloge prédire le pub la rave party rénover, refaire la décoration tout de suite la samba à guichets fermés organiser la visite (d'une ville par exemple) bientôt sembler (à l'oreille) le spectateur le sport commencer tout droit, direct stressé la super star se mettre à qch le tango la tournée traditionnel la cornemuse irlandaise l'univers non-accentué le lieu vétéran Skiing has increased in popularity. Most parents are full of praise for the school. Organisers are predicting a close race. I'll meet you at the pub for a drink. There's a rave this weekend at that old factory down by the river. We had to redecorate when we discovered we were having a baby girl. He told me about it right after you left. You need to use more energy when you dance the samba. They gave four sell-out concerts in Birmingham. We've set up a meeting between the two companies. In the afternoon we all did some sightseeing round the town. We want to leave as soon after that as we can. I'll give you £5 for it. How does that sound? Football is the biggest spectator sport in the country. I don't think chess is a good spectator sport. He started off the meeting by welcoming the new members. Come straight home when school is finished! In the word "football" the first syllable is stressed. Pele was a football superstar. He took up tennis at the age of six. They entertained the audience with an excellent tango. In the summer we went on a tour of North America. The Chieftains play and sing traditional Irish folk music. The Uillean pipes are the Irish version of the Scottish bagpipes. The Earth is only a very small part of the universe. In the word "again", the first syllable is unstressed. Wembley stadium was a popular concert venue. Veteran Hollywood entertainer Bob Hope was the star of the show.

popularity praise predict pub rave redecorate right samba sell-out set up sth sightseeing soon sound spectator sport start off straight stressed superstar take up sth tango tour traditional Uilleann pipes universe unstressed venue veteran

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English Headword
waltz worldwide

Pronunciation
/wɔ ls/ / w ld waid/

German
Walzer weltweit

French
la valse mondial

Example Sentence
We danced the last waltz of the evening. Pollution is a worldwide problem.

Module 14
acoustic guitar acoustics addiction admit album appear assert atmosphere auditorium break dancing capital caretaker cause charismatic chorus clarinet clear come from sw complex conclusion contemporary country and western dependence on deprived of design distorted drug addiction /ə ku stik i tɑ / /ə ku stiks/ /ə dikʃən/ /əd mit/ / lbəm/ /ə piə/ /ə s t/ / tməsfiə/ / ɔ də tɔ riəm/ / breik dɑ nsiŋ/ / k pitl/ / keə teikə/ /kɔ z/ / k rəz m tik/ / kɔ rəs/ / kl rə net/ /kliə/ / k m frəm s mweə/ / kɒmpleks/ /kən klu ən/ /kən tempərəri, -pəri/ / k ntri ən westən/ /di pendəns ɒn/ /di praivd əv, ɒv/ /di zain/ /di stɔ tid/ / dr ə dikʃən/ akustische Gitarre Akustik Abhängigkeit, Sucht zugeben Album erscheinen, sein durchsetzen Atmosphäre, Stimmung Konzertsaal Breakdance Hauptstadt Hausmeister, Hausmeisterin verursachen charismatisch Chor Klarinette klar stammen aus Komplex abschließende Meinung zeitgenössisch Country- und Westernmusik Abhängigkeit von la guitare acoustique l'acoustique la dépendance admettre l'album apparaître affirmer l'atmosphère la salle de concert la break danse la capitale le/la concierge provoquer charismatique le chœur la clarinette clair venir de, être originaire de complexe la conclusion contemporain le country et western la dépendance à The composer wrote this concerto for acoustic guitar. The hall has excellent acoustics. Britain is struggling with the problem of heroin addiction. We know you stole the money. Why won't you admit it? Do you have Madonna's new album? She appeared on morning television yesterday. My father decided to assert his authority by refusing to let me go out. The town has a nice friendly atmosphere. The auditorium holds 3000 people. He entertained the waiting queue with some excellent break dancing. Nashville is the capital of country and western music. The caretaker keeps the keys when the building is closed at night. Smoking causes cancer. Martin Luther King was a very charismatic speaker. Everyone joined in the chorus. He plays jazz clarinet in the clubs. She has a very clear, pleasant voice. His father's family came from the highlands of Scotland. We'll use this land to build a huge factory complex. I've come to a conclusion about why she left. She is one of this country's best contemporary artists. The country and western music awards are on TV tonight. He became a success after he cured his dependence on cocaine. This defeat has deprived him of a place in the final. We've made some changes to the director's original design. Strange distorted sounds were coming from the stereo. They cured her drug addiction but it took a long time.

um ... gebracht, (den Platz) gekostet privé de Entwurf verzerrt Drogensucht la conception déformé l'assuétude à la drogue

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English Headword
drums effect electric boogie electric guitar encore erupt ever facilities fad fan flamenco flute funky gang graffiti house instrument Irish folk jazz keyboards lead lighting living conditions local mark part piano punishable rap

Pronunciation
/dr mz/ /i fekt/ /i lektrik bu i/ /i lektrik i tɑ / / ɒŋkɔ / /i r pt/ / evə/ /fə silətiz/ /f d/ /f n/ /flə meŋkəυ/ /flu t/ / f ŋki/ / ŋ/ / r fi ti, rə-/ /haυs/ / instrəmənt/ / aiəriʃ fəυk/ /d /li d/ / laitiŋ/ / liviŋ kən diʃənz/ / ləυkəl/ /mɑ k/ /pɑ t/ /pi nəυ/ / p niʃəbəl/ /r p/ z/ / ki bɔ dz/

German
Schlagzeug Effekt Boogie elektrische Gitarre Zugabe ausbrechen je, jemals Anlagen Marotte, Laune Fan Flamenco Flöte funky Bande Graffiti House (Music) Instrument Irish Folk Jazz Keyboard Lead-, Haupt-, erster Beleuchtung Lebensbedingungen örtlich markieren Teil, teilnehmen Klavier strafbar Rap

French
la percussion, les tambours, la batterie l'effet le boogie électrique la guitare électrique bis éclater jamais, un jour l'équipement, l'installation la mode, la folie le/la fan le flamenco la flûte funkie la bande le graffiti, le tag la house l'instrument

Example Sentence
We could hear drums beating. Using special effects they made it seem that there were dinosaurs in the streets. People in the club were dancing the electric boogie. Eric Clapton is a fantastic electric guitar player. The band played one of their old hits as an encore. The crowd erupted into applause after the President's speech. This town is famous for making the biggest ever pizza in the world. The school has very good sporting facilities. Most of her special diets are just fads. Thousands of football fans filled the stadium. They played a flamenco to accompany the dancers. At this point the flute takes up the melody. The band played a funky version of "I Did It My Way". A gang of youths beat him up in the street. The school walls were covered with graffiti. We have to listen to the kids playing house music all night. Do you play any musical instruments?

la musique traditionnelle irlandaise Many Irish folk songs are about the history of the country. le jazz le clavier, le synthétiseur principal l'éclairage les conditions de vie local, du coin marquer part (prendre par à) le piano punissable le rap I used to go to a jazz club at the pub every week. He plays keyboards in the band. The lead singer in this band has a terrific voice. Soft lighting creates a romantic mood. What were living conditions like in Kuwait during the war? You can get this fruit in your local supermarket. He marked the trees as he passed so he could find his way back. The choir will be taking part in the Christmas celebrations. There are more white keys than black keys on a piano. This crime is punishable by life in prison. She wrote a comedy rap about the teachers at her school.

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English Headword
rapper rapping react reaction reggae reside reviewer rock rock ‘n’ roll rock group salsa saxophone scream slums solo special effects spin street gang sub-culture terrible territory trainers trouble turn into sth twitch undergo violin

Pronunciation
/ r pə/ / r piŋ/ /ri kt/ /ri kʃən/ / re ei/ /ri zaid/ /ri vju ə/ /rɒk/ / rɒk ən rəυl/ / rɒk ru p/ / s lsə/ / s ksəfəυn/ /skri m/ /sl mz/ / səυləυ/ / speʃəl i fekts/ /spin/ / stri t ŋ/ / s b k ltʃə/ / terəbəl/ / terətəri/ / treinəz/ / tr bəl/ / t n intə s mθiŋ/ /twitʃ/ / ndə əυ/ / vaiə lin/

German
Rapper rappen reagieren Reaktion Reggae wohnen Kritiker Rockmusik Rock'n Roll Rockgruppe Salsa Saxofon schreien, aufschreien Slum, Armenviertel Solo Spezialeffekte drehen, herumwirbeln Straßenbande Subkultur furchtbar, schrecklich Gebiet Turnschuhe, Sportschuhe Ärger, Unannehmlichkeiten sich verwandeln in zucken durchmachen Geige

French
le rappeur faire du rap réagir la réaction le reggae résider le critique (journaliste) le rock le rock 'n roll le groupe rock la salsa le saxophone crier les quartiers pauvres, la zone le solo les effets spéciaux tourner sur soi-même la bande des rues la subculture très mauvais le territoire les chaussures de sport des ennuis se transformer en se contracter subir le violon

Example Sentence
The rapper had three gold front teeth. Rapping is a way to express what he want to say in a musical way. I didn't know how you would react to my news. What was her reaction when you told her the school was going to close? Bob Marley was the most famous performer of reggae music. He spent most of his time in Rutherglen, where his family resided. Most reviewers liked the play but the Times reporter did not. Rock is very good music to play when you're driving. People were shocked when they first heard rock 'n' roll. He plays guitar in a struggling rock group. He's taking salsa classes in the evenings. The saxophone players sit in this section of the orchestra. Sally screamed with surprise when she saw her brother. Dickens wrote about life in the London slums. Who plays the violin solo after the tenor sings? This movie has brilliant special effects. The dancers spun round and round on the ice. He started a street gang in Los Angeles. They were part of a sub-culture in the '60s who decided not to work for a living. The choir sounds awful in here because the acoustics are terrible. We knew that we were now in enemy territory. How much did your new trainers cost? We don't want to cause trouble, but we're not going to pay for this rubbish! The new block of flats had turned into a slum only 20 years later. The muscles in his legs began to twitch. His attitude underwent a change after he visited Africa. The leader of the violin section is also the leader of the orchestra.

Module 15
abstract / bstr kt/ abstrakt abstrait This lecture discusses abstract ideas such as justice.

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English Headword
apologise for sth background be in love with behind between borrow from sb boutique bright broken camera clear compensate for sth complain about sth conservative contemporary cruelty cubist dark dark decadence designer dispose of sth enemy fall in love with fiancé foreground from…to gallery geometric get rid of

Pronunciation
/ə pɒləd aiz fə s mθiŋ/ / b k raυnd/ /bi in l v wið, wiθ/ /bi haind/ /bi twi n/ / bɒrəυ frəm s mbədi/ /bu ti k/ /brait/ / brəυkən/ / k mərə/ /kliə/ / kɒmpənseit fə s mθiŋ/ /kəm plein əbaυt s mθiŋ/ /kən s vətiv/ /kən tempərəri, -pəri/ / kru əlti/ / kju bist/ /dɑ k/ /dɑ k/ / dekədəns/ /di zainə/ /di spəυz əv s mθiŋ/ / enəmi/ / fɔ l in l v wið, wiθ/ /fi ɒnsei/ / fɔ raυnd/ /frɒm . . . tυ/ / ləri/ / d i ə metrik/ / et rid əv, ɒv/

German
sich entschuldigen für Hintergrund verliebt sein hinter zwischen leihen Laden, Boutique hell gebrochen Fotoapparat, Kamera deutlich, lesbar entschädigen für sich beklagen über konservativ zeitgenössisch Grausamkeit kubistisch dunkel Dunkelheit Dekadenz Designer entsorgen Feind sich verlieben Verlobter Vordergrund von ... bis Galerie geometrisch loswerden, sich von etw. befreien

French
présenter des excuses l'arrière-plan être amoureux de derrière entre emprunter à qqn la boutique brillant brisé l'appareil photo clair compenser qch se plaindre de qch conservateur contemporain la cruauté cubiste sombre l'obscurité la décadence le/la styliste se débarrasser de qch l'ennemi tomber amoureux de le fiancé l'avant-plan de … à la galerie géométrique se débarrasser de qch

Example Sentence
He apologised for being so late. My mother's the tall woman standing in the background. He's still in love with her after 30 years. The car behind us was driving too close. He sat between the two women on the sofa. I borrowed a clean shirt from my brother. She works in a little boutique selling fashionable clothes. The bright flames of the candles lit the painting from the side. After his company closed and his wife left him, he died a broken man. You don't need an expensive camera to take good pictures His writing isn't very clear. She got some money to compensate for the loss of her health after the accident. We complained about the poor standard of the food. They designed the building in a very conservative style. She is one of this country's best contemporary artists. Cruelty to animals is against the law. Picasso painted in the cubist style. He painted the sky in dark colours to give it a stormy feeling We stood on the hill in the dark and watched the stars. Ancient Rome was known for its decadence. She works for the fashion designer Calvin Klein. Don't just drop that can on the pavement, dispose of it carefully. Everyone likes him, he doesn't have any enemies. He fell in love with her as soon as he met her. Have you met her fiancé? They're getting married next week. There were three figures in the foreground. It's 14 miles from my house to yours. You must visit the Uffizi gallery in Florence. The rugs have geometric designs. I got rid of all my old clothes and bought lots of new ones.

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English Headword
go by homosexuality impressionism impressionist intensely kind landscape light light look love

Pronunciation
/ əυ bai/ / həυməsekʃu ləti, hɒ-/ /im preʃənizəm/ /im preʃənist/ /in tensli/ /kaind/ / l ndskeip/ /lait/ /lait/ /lυk/ /l v/ /ləυ/ /meik / midl/ / mɒrəl/ /mi stiəriəs/ /əb seʃən/ / ɒptə mistik/ / pik s mθiŋ /pɒp/ / pɔ trət/ / pəυstə/ / riə listik/ /rid/ /rait/ /raυnd/ / silvəri/ /sɒft/ /sɔ t/ p/ p fə s mθiŋ/

German
verstreichen Homosexualität Impressionismus impressionistisch eindringlich, intensiv Art Landschaft hell Licht scheinen lieben (hat sich verliebt) niedrig entschädigen für, ausgleichen Mitte moralisch, sittlich geheimnisvoll, unerklärlich Besessenheit optimistisch, zuversichtlich heben, aufheben Pop Porträt Poster realistisch loswerden, sich von etw. befreien rechts rund silbergrau, silbrig weich, warm (bei Farben) Art

French
passer l'homosexualité l'impressionnisme impressionniste intensément la sorte le paysage clair la lumière sembler aimer bas compenser qch le milieu moral mystérieux l'obsession optimiste soulever pop le portrait le poster réaliste se débarrasser de qch à la droite rond argenté doux la sorte

Example Sentence
As time goes by, we all get a little older. Homosexuality doesn't just refer to men. Impressionism is a painting style where the fine details are not shown. Turner was an impressionist painter of the 19th century. He looked at me intensely with his serious brown eyes. Lions and tigers are kinds of large, wild cat. Turner painted mainly landscapes and seascapes. I'll wear my light blue shirt to work today. There isn't much light in this room because the window is small. He's late. It looks as if he's not coming. Anna (has fallen in love with) loves Steve and wants to marry him.

low make up for sth middle moral mysterious obsession optimistic pick sth up pop portrait poster realistic rid right round silvery soft sort

Turn the light down low – it's too bright. The extra money makes up for having to work over Christmas. He put the cake in the middle of the table. We all have to live by certain moral standards. Police are puzzled by his mysterious disappearance. He has an obsession with money. She was optimistic about her chances of passing the exam. I tried to pick up the TV but it was too heavy. Lichtenstein painted in a bold style that was called pop art. People know him best for his portraits of famous men and women. She was putting up posters in her bedroom. The realistic style of art showed people and things in ordinary surroundings. I'm going to get rid of this car and buy a new one. My shoes are over there to the right of the chair. The baby has big round eyes. Her silvery hair made me think she must be about 60. He painted the trees in soft browns and greens. A haiku is a sort of Japanese poem.

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English Headword
square square straight strong terribly think about sth tripod type umbrella urban war wildlife zoom

Pronunciation
/skweə/ /skweə/ /streit/ /strɒŋ/ / terəbli/ / θiŋk əbaυt s mθiŋ/ / traipɒd/ /taip/ / m brelə/ / bən/ /wɔ / / waildlaif/ /zu m/

German
quadratisch, viereckig Platz gerade stark, kräftig furchtbar, schrecklich überlegen, nachdenken über Stativ Art, Form Regenschirm städtisch, StadtKrieg wild lebende Tiere, Natur Zoom

French
le carré la place droit fort terriblement penser à le trépied le type le parapluie urbain la guerre la vie sauvage, la nature le zoom

Example Sentence
Mondrian's paintings are full of squares and rectangles of colour. Let's meet later at that little café in the square. Draw a straight line across the page. The painter drew some strong strokes of colour on the canvas. I thought she sang terribly! Think about what you should do next. He used a tripod to keep the camera steady. I think you should try a different type of exercise. It started to rain so I put up my umbrella. More people are moving from urban areas to the country. The army paid her to paint images of the war. The government have taken measures to protect the area's wildlife. This camera has a zoom so you can take pictures of far-away subjects.

Module 16
advise air-conditioning apartment art deco Art Nouveau ask available bang on sth barbecue baroque beaver bed berry blow away blow down bonfire /əd vaiz/ / eə kən diʃəniŋ/ /ə pɑ tmənt/ / ɑ t dekəυ/ / ɑ t nu vəυ/ /ɑ sk/ /ə veiləbəl/ / b ŋ ɒn s mθiŋ/ / bɑ bikju / /bə rɒk/ / bi və/ /bed/ / beri/ / bləυ ə wei/ / bləυ daυn/ / bɒnfaiə/ raten Klimaanlage Apartment, Wohnung Art déco Jugendstil, Art nouveau fragen verfügbar, erhältlich schlagen gegen Grillparty barock Biber Bett Beere wegwehen umwehen Lagerfeuer conseiller qch. la climatisation l'appartement art déco l'Art Nouveau demander disponible frapper le barbecue baroque le castor le lit la baie (fruit) souffler, faire s'envoler faire s'écrouler le feu de camps His lawyer advised him to say nothing. Most modern cars have air-conditioning or a sun roof. She lives in a small apartment. He has a large collection of art deco objects. This small female figure is typical of the art nouveau style. "Where have you been?" asked my mother. Tickets are not available to the public. She banged on the wall to tell the neighbours to be quiet. We had a barbecue on the beach. There are a lot of baroque buildings in Venice. The beavers have built a dam across the river. It's time to go to bed. The birds have eaten all the berries off that bush. The wind blew away all the leaves. The storm blew down nearly a hundred trees in the park. I'm going to make a bonfire and burn all the leaves.

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English Headword
bookshelves bottom branch brick café cathedral ceiling cellar ceramics chair check for sth check sth out closet compasses concrete crumble curb curtains curved roof dam desk downtown area drawing dream sth up easily elevator elm even so extract far away

Pronunciation
/ bυkʃelvz/ / bɒtəm/ /brɑ ntʃ/ /brik/ / k fei/ /kə θi drəl/ / si liŋ/ / selə/ /sə r miks/ /tʃeə/ / tʃek fə s mθiŋ/ / tʃek s mθiŋ aυt/ / klɒzət/ / k mpəsiz/ / kɒŋkri t/ / kr mbəl/ /k b/ / k tnz/ / k vd ru f/ /d m/ /desk/ / daυn taυn eəriə/ / drɔ iŋ/ / dri m s mθiŋ / i zəli/ / eləveitə/ /elm/ / i vən səυ/ / ekstr kt/ / fɑ r ə wei/ p/

German
Bücherregal unten Ast, Zweig Ziegelstein Café Kathedrale Decke Keller Keramik, Töpferhandwerk Stuhl nachsehen, überprüfen (ob nicht) herausfinden Schrank Zirkel aus Beton bröckeln, abbröckeln Randstein Vorhänge gewölbtes Dach Damm Schreibtisch Innenstadtbereich, Stadtzentrum Zeichnung sich etw. ausdenken einfach, leicht Lift, Aufzug Ulme trotzdem Auschnitt, Auszug weit entfernt

French
la bibliothèque, l'étagère en-bas la branche la brique le snack la cathédrale le plafond la cave la céramique la chaise vérifier (qu'il n'y a pas de…) vérifier le placard le compas en béton tomber en ruines, s'ébouler le trottoir les rideaux toit en coupole la digue le bureau (table) le centre-ville le dessin inventer facilement l'ascenseur l'orme malgré tout l'extrait loin

Example Sentence
I'm sure you'll find something interesting to read on these bookshelves. Please sign the form in the bottom right-hand corner. There are no branches on the lower part of that tree. He threw a brick through the window of the shop and stole the TV. Shall we go and have a sandwich at the café? St Paul's Cathedral is in the centre of London. It was a big room with a high ceiling. He got a bottle of wine from the cellar. Sonia teaches ceramics at Columbia College. You'll have to stand on a chair to change the bulb. Sadie made me check for monsters under the bed before she went to sleep. I want to check out what time the buses go to Bristol. Put your shoes away in the closet. Measure the circle. You can use compasses or a ruler. Some concrete buildings from the '60s look really ugly. The rocks here are crumbling into the sea. Park your car next to the curb. The curtains are the same colour as the carpet. The hut had a curved roof made of straw and mud. Water poured through a hole in the dam. Marie was sitting working at her desk. The downtown area of the city is mainly offices. She showed us a drawing of the house. When did you dream up that silly idea? You can find information easily on the Internet. We'll have to take the elevator to the top floor. There are two elms and an oak tree in their garden. I know you're very sensible. Even so, I don't think you should go out on your own. The TV advert showed an extract from the film. The prince lived in a country far away.

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English Headword
fireplace first floor flat floor found French window garbage glass gothic grass ground gymnasium hanging garden heat indoor lake landlord landscape architecture library locate lodge metal milksop modern move museum nasty neo-classical office block order

Pronunciation
/ faiəpleis/ / f st flɔ / /fl t/ /flɔ / /faυnd/ / frentʃ windəυ/ / ɑ bid / / lɑ s/ / ɒθik/ / rɑ s/ / raυnd/ /d im neiziəm/ / h ŋiŋ /hi t/ / indɔ / /leik/ / l ndlɔ d/ / l ndskeip ɑ kitektʃə/ / laibrəri, -bri/ /ləυ keit/ /lɒd / / metl/ / milksɒp/ / mɒdn/ /mu v/ /mju ziəm/ / nɑ sti/ / ni əυ kl sikəl/ / ɒfis blɒk/ / ɔ də/ ɑ dn/

German
Kamin erster Stock (brit.), Erdgeschoss (am.) flach Stock, Stockwerk gründen Verandatür Abfall Glasscheibe gotisch Gras Boden, Erde Sporthalle, Turnhalle hängender Garten Hitze im Haus, innen der See Hausherr, Hausbesitzer Landschaftsarchitektur Bibliothek ausfindig machen, orten Bau, Hütte Metall-, aus Metall Muttersöhnchen, Weichling modern umziehen Museum gemein, widerwärtig, fies neoklassizistisch Bürogebäude Reihenfolge, Abfolge

French
l'âtre le premier étage (Br); le rez-dechaussée (Am) plat l'étage fonder la porte-fenêtre les ordures la vitre gothique l'herbe le sol le gymnase le jardin suspendu la chaleur d'intérieur, couvert le lac le propriétaire

Example Sentence
We want to take out the old stone fireplace and put in a modern one. The entrance to the house is on the first floor. This modern TV has a flat 52 cm screen. She lives on the third floor of that block of flats. Our school was founded in 1900. The French windows lead straight out into the garden. Can you take out the garbage? The ball hit the window and broke the glass. The Victorians built this gothic church. We lay on the grass by the river. Moira was lying asleep on the ground. I want to go to a gymnasium and try to lose weight. The most famous hanging garden was the one in Babylon. The heat of the fire will soon make the room warmer. They have a huge house with an indoor swimming pool. Chicago stands on the shore of Lake Michigan. The landlord is going to come and mend the broken window.

l'architecte paysagiste (masc./fém.) He's studying landscape architecture at the agricultural college. la bibliothèque situer l'abri en métal une chiffe molle moderne déménager le musée mauvais, méchant néoclassique les bureaux (bâtiments) l'ordre Come into the library and see my collection of rare books. Divers have located the shipwreck. The beavers have made a lodge near the dam. I prefer cooking pans with metal handles. He was a bit of a milksop and was always running home to his mummy. We work in a modern office block on the edge of town. They moved from Cambridge to Oxford. She is planning a class trip to the museum. There are lots of nasty insects in Australia. This is an excellent example of neo-classical architecture. All the office blocks in town look very similar. Please put the books back on the shelf in the right order.

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English Headword
overlooking place plant right-hand rock roof sauna saw sculpture shelter sheltered shopping centre site skyscraper snake spare spire stone subway survival course swimming pool swollen table tell thick torch tower truck ultra-modern uncomfortable

Pronunciation
/ əυvə lυkiŋ/ /pleis/ /plɑ nt/ / rait h nd/ /rɒk/ /ru f/ / sɔ nə/ /sɔ / / sk lptʃə/ / ʃeltə/ / ʃeltəd/ / ʃɒpiŋ sentə/ /sait/ / skai skreipə/ /sneik/ /speə/ /spaiə/ /stəυn/ / s bwei/ /sə vaivəl kɔ s/ / swimiŋ pu l/ / swəυlən/ / teibəl/ /tel/ /θik/ /tɔ tʃ/ / taυə/ /tr k/ / ltrə mɒdn/ / n k mftəbəl, n k mfət-/

German
mit Blick über Ort, Stelle, Platz Pflanze rechts, rechter Hand Stein Dach Sauna Säge Skulptur, Plastik Schutz, Schutzdach geschützt Einkaufszentrum Gelände Wolkenkratzer Schlange frei (Gästezimmer) Turmspitze Stein Untergrundbahn, U-Bahn Überlebenstraining Swimming Pool geschwollen Tisch erzählen, sagen dick Taschenlampe Turm Lastwagen ultramodern unbequem

French
donnant sur, avec vue sur le lieu, l'endroit la plante droit la pierre, le rocher le toit la sauna la scie la sculpture l'abri abrité le centre commercial le site le gratte-ciel le serpent de réserve, (chambre : d'amis) la flèche la pierre le métro le stage de survie la piscine gonflé la table raconter, dire épais la torche électrique la tour le camion ultra-moderne inconfortable

Example Sentence
Their house is on a hill overlooking the sea. He showed me the place where the accident happened. She likes to have lots of plants in the house. Their house is on the right-hand side of the road. Somebody threw a rock through the window. The roof of the church had been damaged in a storm. I have a sauna and massage every week. The teeth of my saw need sharpening. The council have put up a bronze sculpture of a horse. He was standing in the shelter of a doorway. The village is in a sheltered bay on the coast of Cornwall. I'll meet you at the travel agent's in the new shopping centre. Children must stay off the building site. My friend Richard lives in a skyscraper in New York City. A snake slithered across the path. You can stay in my spare room for a couple of days. The spire of the church is falling down. The walls of the house are built of stone. The subway is the quickest way to get across town. The army have sent him on a survival course in the hills of Wales. They have a swimming pool in the back garden of their house. Her lips are so swollen she can't eat. We eat breakfast at the kitchen table. I can't tell you – it's a secret. The walls of the old house were a metre thick. I'll need a torch to see where I'm going in the dark. The bells are at the top of the church tower. His dad drives a huge truck all over the country. I prefer older houses to the ultra-modern flats in the city centre. I'm always so uncomfortable on long plane journeys.

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English Headword
vacation wall washroom window wood yard

Pronunciation
/və keiʃən/ /wɔ l/ / wɒʃrυm, -ru m/ / windəυ/ /wυd/ /jɑ d/

German
Ferien, Urlaub Wand Toilette Fenster Holz Hof, Innenhof

French
les vacances (Am) le mur la salle de bain (Am) la fenêtre le bois la cour

Example Sentence
We're thinking of taking a vacation in the Virgin Islands. We stuck pictures on the classroom walls . I'm just going to the washroom to clean up. I looked out of the window. All the furniture is made of wood. Their yard is actually several hundred square metres in size!

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