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Begi nner

Compani on
French Edi ti on
Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones & Ji l l Leatherbarrow
Inside Out
New
WeIcome Io Ihe New Inside Out eginner Companion!
What information does the New Inside Out Companion give you?
a summary of key words and phrases from each unit of New Inside Out Beginner Students Book
pronunciation of the key words and phrases
translations of the key words and phrases
sample sentences showing the words and phrases in context
a summary of the Grammar Extra Reference from New Inside Out Beginner Students Book
Abbreviations used in the Companion
(art) article
(v) verb
(v*) irregular verb
(adj) adjective
(n) noun
(phr v) phrasal verb
(pron) pronoun
(prep) preposition
(det) determiner
(f) feminine
(m) masculine
(pl n) plural noun
(adv) adverb
(conj) conjunction
/I/ big fish /bIg fIS/
/i:/ green beans /gri:n bi:nz/
/U/ shouId look /SUd lUk/
/u:/ blue moon /blu: mu:n/
/e/ ten eggs /ten egz/
// about mother /baUt mD/
/:/ learn words /l:n w:dz/
/O:/ short taIk /SO:t tO:k/
// fat cat /ft kt/
// must come /mst km/
/A:/ caIm start /kA:m stA:t/
/ / hot spot /ht spt/
/I/ ear /I/
/eI/ face /feIs/
/U/ pure /pjU(
r
/
/OI/ boy /bOI /
/U/ nose /nUz/
/e/ hair /he/
/aI/ eye /aI/
/aU/ mouth /maU/
/p/ pen /pen/
/b/ bad /bd/
/t/ Iea /ti:/
/d/ dog /dg/
/tS/ church /tS:tS/
/dZ/ jazz /dZz/
/k/ cost /kst/
/g/ girl /g:l/
/f/ !ar /fA:(
r
/
/v/ voice /vOIs/
// Ihin /In/
/D/ Ihen / Den/
/s/ snake /sneIk/
/z/ noise /nOIz/
/S/ shop /Sp/
/Z/ measure /meZ(
r
/
/m/ make /meIk/
/n/ nine /naIn/
/N/ sing /sIN/
/h/ house /haUs/
/l/ Ieg /leg/
/r/ red /red/
/w/ vet /wet/
/j/ yes /jes/
VoWelS And dipHtHonGS ConSonAntS
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Unit 0 (p. 4)
fine (adj) How are you? im fine, thanks.
thanks (adv) How are you? im fine, thanks.
Hello! (interj) Hello. My names Mario.
answer (n) Check your answers.
box (n) tick the correct box.
conversation (n) practise the conversation.
man (n) Mario is a young man.
name (n) Whats your name? My names Mario.
photo (n) look at the photos.
sentence (n) Compare your sentences.
student (n) Student B is Mario.
teacher (n) the teacher is a young woman.
text (n) Read the text.
woman (n) the teacher is a young woman.
How are you? How are you? im fine, thanks.
INSTRUCTIONS
cross out (phr v) Cross out the incorrect word: Inglish/English.
answer (v) Answer the question.
ask (v) Ask the teacher.
check (v) Check your answers.
circle (v) Circle the word Mario in a) on page 5.
compare (v) Compare your sentences.
complete (v) Complete this sentence: My names ______.
listen (v) Listen and repeat.
look (at) (v) Look at the photos.
match (v) Match the word France to the correct flag.
point (v) the teacher points to the book.
bien
merci
Hol! H!
rponse
case
conversation
homme
nom
photo
phrase
tudiant
professeur
texte
femme
Comment allez-vous?/
Comment vas-tu?
rayer, barrer
rpondre
questionner
vrifier
entourer
comparer
complter
couter
regarder
accorder, relier
indiquer, montrer
/faIn/
/TNks/
/hE"lE/
/"AnsE/
/bks/
/knvE"seISn/
/mn/
/neIm/
/"fEtE/
/"sentEns/
/"stjudEnt/
/"titSE/
/tekst/
/"wmEn/
/ha "A ju/
/krs "at/
/"AnsE/
/Ask/
/tSek/
/"skl/
/kEm"peE/
/kEm"plit/
/"lIsn/
/lk Et/
/mtS/
/pOInt/
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read (v) Read the text.
repeat (v) listen and repeat.
speak (v) do you speak english?
tick (v) Tick the correct box.
underline (v) Underline the word Hello in a) on page 5.
write (v) Write your name.
Unit 1 (p. 6)
please (adv) Can you spell that, please?
Sorry. (adv) Sorry, can you repeat that, please?
thank you (adv) please call me nut. oK. Thank you, nut.
Hi! (interj) (tS) Hi tina. oh, hi Greg.
first name (n) His first names James.
home number (n) Whats your home number? 0207 413 6995.
mobile number (n) Whats your mobile number? 07007 856321.
school (n) Welcome to the london english School.
surname (n) Her surnames Hatcher.
his (poss. adj) His surnames Bond.
her (poss. adj) Her first name is teri.
my (poss. adj) Whats your name? My names Jinx.
your (poss. adj) Whats your name? My names Jinx.
What? (question word) Whats your mobile number?
call (v) please call me nut.
can (v) Can you repeat that, please?
spell (v) Can you spell that, please? t-U-S-A-n-e-e.
nice to meet you. My names Ana Ramirez. Nice to meet you, Ana.
Welcome to Welcome to the london english School.
Whats this? Whats this? its a pen.
What are these? What are these? theyre pens.
Where? (question word) (tS) Wheres your camera? in my mobile phone.
lire
rpter
parler
cocher
souligner
crire
sil vous plat ?/ s'il te plat?
dsol
merci
Salut!
prnom
numro de tl. fixe
numro de portable
cole
nom (de famille)
son (ou) sa (poss. masculin)
son (ou) sa (poss. fminin)
mon, ma
ton, ta
Quel ?
appeler
pouvoir
peler
Ravi de faire
Bienvenue
Quest-ce que ceci ?
Quest-ce que ceux-ci?
o ?
/rid/
/rI"pit/
/spik/
/tIk/
/ndE"laIn/
/raIt/
/pliz/
/"sri/
/"TNk ju/
/haI/
/"fst neIm/
/hEm "nmbE/
/"mEbaIl nmbE/
/skul/
/"sneIm/
/hIz/
/h/
/maI/
/weak jE; strong jO/
/wt/
/kOl/
/kn/
/spel/
/naIs tE "mit ju/
/"weljEm tu/
/wts "DIs/
/wt E "Diz/
/weE/
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COMMON OBJECTS
bag (n) Whats in your bag?
book (n) tina has three books in her bag.
camera (n) Wheres your camera, Greg? in my mobile phone.
computer (n) Wheres your computer, Greg? in my mobile phone.
dictionary (n) A dictionary is a book of words.
key (n) do you have keys in your bag?
mobile phone (n) Greg has a camera and computer in his mobile phone.
passport (n) Wheres your passport? Passport? oh no!
pen (n) You write with a pen.
NUMBERS
0 (zero or o)
one (1)
two (2)
three (3)
four (4)
five (5)
six (6)
seven (7)
eight (8)
nine (9)
ten (10)
Unit 2 (p. 12)
Big Mac (n) How much is a ig Mac in Moscow? $1.50.
cappuccino (n) A cappuccino in new York is $3.
cinema ticket (n) How much is a cinema IickeI in london? $16.50.
city (n) Kyoto is a big ciIy in Japan.
hotel (n) (tS) How much is a 3-star hoIeI in tokyo? $177.
sac
livre
appareil photo
ordinateur
dictionnaire
cl
portable
passeport
stylo
zro
un
deux
trois
quatre
cinq
six
sept
huit
neuf
dix

Big Mac
cappuccino
billet de cinma
ville
htel
/bg/
/bk/
/"kmErE/
/kEm"pjutE/
/"dIkSEnEri/
/ki/
/mEbaIl "fEn/
/"pAspOt/
/pen/
/"zIErE/ or /"E/
/wn/
/tu/
/Tri/
/fO/
/faIv/
/sIks/
/"sevEn/
/eIt/
/naIn/
/ten/
/bIg "mk/
/kpE"tSinE/
/"sInEmE tIkIt/
/"sIti/
/hE"tel/
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packet (of cigarettes) (n) How much is a packeI o! cigareIIes in Moscow? $1.50.
from (prep) Where are you !rom? im !rom Germany.
in (prep) Krakow is a city in poland.
near (prep) paterna is near Valencia in Spain.
join (v) (tS) 1oin thirty, sixty-six and fourteen.
Hes from Where is Mario from? Hes !rom Bologna.
im from Where are you from? Im !rom Rio de Janeiro.
Shes from Where is eli from? 5hes !rom Modena.
How much is this? Hov much is Ihis? $6.20.
How much are these? Hov much are Ihese? $175.
COUNTRIES
Brazil (n) Rio de Janeiro is a city in raziI.
Germany (n) is Anna from Germany? Yes, she is.
italy (n) Are Cristina and Julio from IIaIy? no, they arent.
Japan (n) is Rosa from 1apan? no, she isnt.
poland (n) is Rafa from PoIand? Yes, he is.
Spain (n) is Ken from 5pain? no, he isnt.
the USA (n) the Statue of liberty is in Ihe U5A.
NATIONALITIES
American (adj) new York is an American city.
Brazilian (adj) Cristina and Julio are raziIian.
British (adj) london is a riIish city.
German (adj) Anna is German.
italian (adj) pisa is an IIaIian city.
Japanese (adj) Ken is 1apanese.
polish (adj) Rafa is PoIish.
Spanish (adj) Rosa is 5panish.
NUMBERS
eleven (11)
twelve (12)
thirteen (13)
paquet de cigarettes
do
en
prs
relier
il est (vient) de
Je suis (viens) de
elle est (vient) de
Combien cela cote-t-il ?
Combien ceux-l cotent-t-
ils?
Brsil
Allemagne
italie
Japon
pologne
espagne
les USA

amricain
brsilien
britannique
allemand
italien
japonais
polonais
espagnol
onze
douze
treize
/"pkIt Ev sIgErets/
/weak frEm; strong frm/
/In/
/nIE/
/dZOIn/
/"hiz frEm/
/"aIm frEm/
/"Siz frEm/
/ha mtS Iz "DIs/
/ha mtS E "DIz/
/brE"zIl/
/"dZmEni/
/"ItEli/
/dZE"pn/
/"pElEnd/
/speIn/
/DE jues"eI/
/E"merIkEn/
/brE"zIlIEn/
/"brItIS/
/"dZmEn/
/I"tljEn/
/dZpE"niz/
/"pElIS/
/"spnIS/
/I"levn/
/twelv/
/"Ttin/
5
fourteen (14)
fifteen (15)
sixteen (16)
seventeen (17)
eighteen (18)
nineteen (19)
twenty (20)
thirty (30)
forty (40)
fifty (50)
sixty (60)
seventy (70)
eighty (80)
ninety (90)
one hundred (100)
PRICES
dollar ($) (n) A 3-star hotel in tokyo is one hundred and seventy-seven doIIars.
euro () (n) How much are these? nine euros.
pound () (n) A hotel room in london can cost over a hundred pounds.
Unit 3 (p. 16)
baby (adj) (tS) this is my baby sister. Her names emma.
lovely (adj) (tS) this is my daughter getting married. Aah, IoveIy.
also (adv) Blythe danner is an American actor. She has two children and theyre
aIso actors.
actor (n) John travolta and his wife are acIors.
car (n) John travolta has six cars and two planes.
dog (n) this is our dog. His names Max.
house (n) John travoltas house is in Florida.
quatorze
quinze
seize
dix-sept
dix-huit
dix-neuf
vingt
trente
quarante
cinquante
soixante
soixante-dix
quatre-vingt
quatre-vingt-dix
cent
dollar ($)
euro ()
livre sterling ()
benjamine, petite soeur
charmant
aussi
acteur
voiture
chien
maison
/"fOtin/
/"fIftin/
/"sIkstin/
/"sevntin/
/"eItin/
/"naIntin/
/"twenti/
/"Tti/
/"fOti/
/"fIfti/
/"sIksti/
/"sevnti/
/"eIti/
/"naInti/
/wn "hndrEd/
/"dlE/
/"jErE/
/pand/
/"beIbi/
/"lvli/
/"OlsE/
/"ktE/
/kA/
/dg/
/has/
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plane (n) John travolta has six cars and two pIanes.
radio (n) He has a radio. She has an ipod.
teacher (n) Where is your Ieacher from?
live (v) John travolta and his family Iive in Florida.
get married (tS) this is my daughter, Helen, geIIing married. How old are you? Hov oId
are you? im 24.
How old are you? Hov oId are you? im 24.
How old is ? Hov oId is your brother? Hes twelve.
these are (tS) These are my grandparents, Hannah and tom.
this is This is Ann. Shes my sister.
Who? (question word) Whos Beckys husband? Rob.
FAMILY
baby (n) (tS) How old is the baby? Shes one.
brother (n) Sam is luisas broIher.
children (n pl) Blythe danner has two chiIdren.
dad (n) What is luisas dads name?
daughter (n) Helen is toms daughIer.
grandson (n) Sam is toms grandson.
granddaughter (n) emma is toms granddaughIer.
family (n) look at the pictures of luisas !amiIy on page 18.
father (n) Sams !aIhers name is William.
grandchild (n) lourdes has seven grandchiIdren.
grandfather (n) Charlie is Garys grand!aIher.
grandma (n) luisas grandmas name is Hannah.
grandmother (n) How old is your grandmoIher? Shes sixty-eight.
grandpa (n) tom is luisas grandpa.
granny (n) luisas grannys name is Hannah.
husband (n) Bill is Alices husband.
mother (n) Fran is eds moIher.
mum (n) My mum's name is Helen.
parents (n pl) luisas parenIs names are Helen and William.
avion
radio
professeur
vivre
se marier
quel ge avez-vous ? quel
ge as-toi?
Quel ge a ?
Ceux-ci sont
Celle-ci est
Qui ?
bb
frre
enfants
papa
fille
petit-fils
petite-fille
famille
pre
petit-enfant
grand-pre
Mamie
grand-mre
papy
mm, mamie
mari
mre
Maman
parents
/pleIn/
/"reIdiE/
/"titSE/
/lIv/
/get "mrId/
/ha "Eld A ju/
/ha "Eld Iz/
/"Diz A/
/"DIs, Iz/
/hu/
/"beIbi/
/"brDE/
/"tSIldrEn/
/dd/
/"dOtE/
/"grnsn/
/"grndOtE/
/"fmli/
/"fADE/
/"grntSaIld/
/"grnfADE/
/"grnmA/
/"grnmDE/
/"grnpA/
/"grni/
/"hzbEnd/
/"mDE/
/mm/
/"peErEnts/
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sister (n) delia is eds sisIer.
son (n) ed is Frans son.
wife (n) Alice is Bills vi!e.
Review A (p. 24)
historic (adj) Blossoms Hotel is situated in the hisIoric city of Bath.
situated (adj) Blossoms Hotel is siIuaIed in the historic city of Bath.
address (n) Susans address is 14 Wellington Street, Glasgow.
capital (n) Rome is the capiIaI of italy.
country (n) Which counIry is Arnold Schwarzenegger from? the USA.
date (n) the daIe today is 30/06/06.
email address (n) Her emaiI address is susan@barclay.co.uk.
fish restaurant (n) the hotel has a !ish resIauranI.
gallery (n) the hotel is near museums, gaIIeries and shops.
museum (n) the hotel is near museums, galleries and shops.
nationality (n) Whats her naIionaIiIy? Brazilian.
night (n) one nighI at the hotel is 85.
partner (n) Ask your parIner.
picture (n) Match the words with the picIures.
relation (n) Your reIaIions are the people in your family.
room (n) the hotel has nine rooms.
shop (n) the hotel is near museums, galleries and shops.
train station (n) is the hotel near the Irain sIaIion?
word (n) Match the vords with the pictures.
book (v) the man books one night.
sur
fils
femme, pouse
historique
situ
adresse
capitale
pays
date
adresse e-mail
restaurant de poisson
galerie dart
muse
nationalit
nuit
partenaire
image, illustration
parent
chambre
boutique
gare
mot
rserver
/"sIstE/
/sn/
/waIf/
/hI"strIk/
/"sItSueItId/
/E"dres/
/"kpItl/
/"kntri/
/deIt/
/"imeIl Edres/
/"fIS restrnt/
/"glEri/
/mjuziEm/
/nSE"nlEti/
/naIt/
/"pAtnE/
/"pIktSE/
/rI"leISn/
/rum/
/Sp/
/"treIn steISn/
/wd/
/bk/
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Unit 4 (p. 28)
beautiful (adj) picture 4 shows blue sky and beauIi!uI people in Rio de Janeiro.
big (adj) picture 2 shows a big square in Moscow.
cheap (adj) Cheap is the opposite of expensive.
Chinese (adj) do you like Chinese food?
expensive (adj) picture 3 shows expensive shops in london.
favourite (adj) ninas !avouriIe singer is Shakira.
French (adj) i like french films.
new (adj) Nev is the opposite of old.
old (adj) picture 2 shows a big square with oId buildings.
small (adj) picture 3 shows smaII houses in Buenos Aires.
South African (adj) What nationality is nina Frank? 5ouIh A!rican.
ugly (adj) UgIy is the opposite of beautiful.
slowly (adv) Can you speak more sIovIy, please?
building (n) picture 2 shows a big square with old buiIdings.
bus (n) the buses in london are red.
dessert (n) there are three desserIs: apple pie, ice cream and lychees.
drink (n) ninas favourite drink is Malibu and Coke.
film (n) i like French !iIms.
food (n) Fruit, fish and meat are all different kinds of !ood.
job (n) Whats ninas job? Shes a model.
model (n) nina Franks is a modeI.
people (n pl) picture 4 shows blue sky and beautiful peopIe in Rio de Janeiro.
singer (n) ninas favourite singer is Shakira.
sky (n) the sky in Rio de Janeiro is blue.
sport (n) tennis is a kind of sporI.
square (n) picture 2 shows a big square with old buildings.
taxi (n) the Iaxis in london are black.
wall (n) picture 1 shows red, orange, blue and yellow vaIIs in Buenos Aires.
beau, belle
grand
bon march, pas cher
chinois
cher, coteux
prfr
franais
nouveau, neuf
vieux, ancien
petit
sud-africain
laid
lentement
btiment
autobus
dessert
boisson
film
nourriture
mtier
mannequin
gens, monde
chanteur
ciel
sport
place
taxi
mur
/"bjutEfl/
/bIg/
/tSip/
/tSaI"niz/
/Ik"spensIv/
/"feIvErEt/
/frentS/
/nju/
/ald/
/smOl/
/saT "frIkEn/
/"gli/
/"slEli/
/"bIldIN/
/bs/
/dI"zt/
/drINk/
/fIlm/
/fud/
/dZb/
/"mdl/
/"pipl/
/"sINE/
/skaI/
/spOt/
/skweE/
/"tksi/
/wOl/
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like (v) do you Iike expensive restaurants? Yes, i do.
speak (v) Can you speak more slowly, please?
understand (v) im sorry, i dont undersIand.
a kind of Cod is a kind o! fish.
COLOURS
black (adj) i like bIack coffee.
blue (adj) the sky in Rio de Janeiro is bIue.
brown (adj) tea and coffee are brovn in colour.
green (adj) Green is the colour of grass.
grey (adj) Grey is a mixture of black and white.
orange (adj) picture 1 shows red, orange, blue and yellow walls in Buenos Aires.
pink (adj) Pink is a mixture of red and white.
red (adj) picture 1 shows red, orange, blue and yellow walls in Buenos Aires.
white (adj) Grey is a mixture of black and vhiIe.
yellow (adj) YeIIov is the colour of the sun.
DRINK
coffee (n) do you like black co!!ee?
tea (n) Tea and coffee are kinds of drink.
wine (n) Wine is a kind of drink.
FOOD
apple pie (n) For dessert theres appIe pie, ice cream or lychees.
chips (n pl) one of the main dishes is cod and chips.
cod (n) Cod is a kind of fish.
fish (n) Cod is a kind of !ish.
fruit (n) What are lychees? theyre a kind of !ruiI.
hamburger (n) one hamburger, please.
ice cream (n) there are three desserts: apple pie, ice cream and lychees.
lychee (n) Lychees are a kind of fruit.
meat (n) Cod is a kind of fish; a hamburger is a kind of meaI.
pasta (n) Spaghetti is a kind of pasIa.
aimer, apprcier
parler
comprendre
une sorte de
noir
bleu
brun
vert
gris
orange
rose
rouge
blanc
jaune
caf
th
vin
tarte aux pommes
frites
cabillaud
poisson
fruit
hamburger
crme glace
litchi
viande
pte
/laIk/
/spik/
/ndE"stnd/
/E "kaInd Ev/
/blk/
/blu/
/bran/
/grin/
/greI/
/"rIndZ/
/pINk/
/red/
/waIt/
/"jelE/
/"kfi/
/ti/
/waIn/
/pl "paI/
/tSIps/
/kd/
/fIS/
/frut/
/"hmbgE/
/aIs "krim/
/"laItSi/
/mit/
/"pstE/
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pizza (n) Pizza is a kind of italian food.
SPORT
football (n) fooIbaII is a kind of sport.
swimming (n) ninas favourite sport is svimming.
tennis (n) Tennis is a kind of sport.
Unit 5 (p. 34)
female (adj) if you are !emaIe your life expectancy is longer than if you are male.
healthy (adj) do you eat heaIIhy food?
male (adj) if you are maIe your life expectancy is shorter than if you are female.
out (adj) Can i speak to Mr Jones? im sorry, hes ouI.
inside (adv) Working inside is not as healthy as working outside.
outside (adv) Working ouIside is healthier than working inside.
apartment (n) i live in a new aparImenI.
dream job (n) Whats your dream job? My dream job? Actor.
eat (v) do you eaI meat?
friend (n) do your !riends like football? Yes, they do.
hospital (n) A doctor works in a hospiIaI.
hour (n) do you sleep 68 hours?
language (n) What Ianguages do you speak?
life (n) if your score results are between 10 and 19, you must change your Ii!e.
life expectancy (n) if your score results are between 20 and 29, your Ii!e expecIancy is 75.
magazine (n) im a journalist. i work for Hello magazine.
manager (n) Can i speak to the manager, please? im sorry. Shes out.
office (n) A secretary works in an o!!ice.
phone (v) Phone the bank and say you want to speak to the manager.
hold on (phr v) Can i speak to Janet, please? HoId on a minute.!
sleep (v) do you sIeep 68 hours?
smoke (v) if you smoke, you score 8 points.
pizza
football
natation
tennis
fminin, femme
sain
masculin, mle
dehors
lintrieur
lextrieur
appartement
mtier de rve
manger
ami
hpital
heure
langue, langage
vie
esprance de vie
magazine
directeur
bureau
tlphoner
rester en ligne
dormir
fumer
/"pitsE/
/"ftbOl/
/"swImIN/
/"tenIs/
/"fimeIl/
/"helTi/
/meIl/
/at/
/In"saId/
/at"saId/
/E"pAtmEnt/
/drim "dZb/
/it/
/frend/
/"hspItl/
/"aE/
/"lNgwIdZ/
/laIf/
/"laIf IkspektEnsi/
/mgE"zin/
/"mnIdZE/
/"fIs/
/fEn/
/hEld "n/
/slip/
/smEk/
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work (v) do you vork inside or outside?
excuse me. (tS) Excuse me. What do you do? im a lawyer.
Good morning. Good morning. British Airways. oh, good morning. Can i speak to
Mr Jones, please?
What do you do? WhaI do you do? im a student.
JOBS
actor (n) the man in picture 3 on p. 39 is an acIor.
artist (n) the man in picture e is an arIisI.
dJ (n) the man in picture 7 on p. 39 is a D1.
doctor (n) A docIor works in a hospital.
farmer (n) A !armer works outside.
flight attendant (n) im a !IighI aIIendanI. i work for British Airways.
football player (n) the man in picture c is a !ooIbaII pIayer.
journalist (n) im a journaIisI. i work for Hello magazine.
lawyer (n) the woman in picture a is a Iavyer.
musician (n) the woman in picture f is a musician.
pilot (n) the man in picture d is a piIoI.
secretary (n) A secreIary works in an office.
shop assistant (n) A shop assisIanI works in a shop.
taxi driver (n) the man in picture b is a Iaxi driver.
teacher (n) A Ieacher works in a school.
Unit 6 (p. 40)
young (adj) We have two young children so we go to bed early.
early (adv) on weekdays he gets up earIy.
then (adv) He takes his son to school Ihen he goes to the gym.
afternoon (n) on Saturdays he goes to bed in the a!Iernoon.
bed (n) What time do you go Io bed?
breakfast (n) i get up early and have break!asI.
travailler
excusez-moi / excuse moi
Bonjour
Que faites- vous ? /
Que fais-tu?
acteur
artiste
dJ
docteur
fermier
htesse de lair, stewart
joueur de football
journaliste
avocat
musicien
pilote
secrtaire
vendeur
chauffeur de taxi
professeur
jeune
tt
puis
aprs-midi
lit
petit djeuner
/wk/
/Ik"skjuz mi/
/gd "mOnIN/
/"wt da j "du/
/"ktE/
/"AtIst/
/didZeI/
/"dktE/
/"fAmE/
/"flaIt EtendEnt/
/"ftbOl pleIE/
/"dZnElIst/
/"lOjE/
/mju"zISn/
/"paIlEt/
/"sekrEtri/
/"Sp EsIstEnt/
/"tksi draIvE/
/"titSE/
/jN/
/"li/
/Den/
/AftE"nun/
/bed/
/"brekfEst/
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dinner (n) i finish work at 6.00 p.m. and have dinner with my family.
evening (n) on Saturdays he goes to work in the evening.
gym (n) He takes his son to school then he goes to the gym.
home (adv) on Sundays i go home in the morning.
lunch (n) What time do you have Iunch?
midday (n) its midday (12.00).
midnight (n) its midnighI (0.00).
morning (n) on Sundays i get home in the morning.
night (n) on Saturdays i work all nighI in a club.
recording studio (n) on weekdays he works in a recording sIudio.
shower (n) He has a shover and then has lunch with his family.
website (n) Visit my vebsiIe at www.judgejules.net.
weekday (n) on veekdays he gets up early.
world (n) i work in clubs all round the vorId.
finish (v) What time do you !inish work?
get home (v) on Sundays Judge Jules geIs home in the morning.
go (v) He goes to the gym in the morning.
have lunch (v) What time do you have lunch?
play (v) on Sundays i listen to music and pIay with my children.
relax (v) in the afternoon on Sundays i reIax.
study (v) do you sIudy in the evenings?
take (v) i have breakfast and Iake my son to school.
visit (v) VisiI my website at www.judgejules.net.
watch tV (v) do you vaIch tV in the evenings?
after that i go to the gym. A!Ier IhaI i go to work in a recording studio.
all round the world i work in clubs aII round Ihe vorId.
have a good time i work hard but i also have a good Iime.
Good evening. Good evening, Mr edwards. Goodnight, John.
Goodnight. Good evening, Mr edwards. GoodnighI, John.
Good afternoon. Good a!Iernoon! is that Mrs Harper?
work hard i vork hard but i also have a good time.
dner
soir, soire
gymnase, salle de gym
maison
djeuner
midi
minuit
matin
nuit
studio denregistrement
douche
site internet
jour de la semaine
monde
terminer, finir
arriver, se rendre
aller
avoir, prendre
jouer
se relaxer
tudier
emmener, prendre
aller voir
regarder
ensuite, aprs
tout autour du monde
samuser, avoir du bon temps
Bonne soire
Bonne nuit
Bon aprs-midi
travailler dur
/"dInE/
/"ivnIN/
/dZIm/
/hEm/
/lntS/
/mId"deI/
/"mIdnaIt/
/"mOnIN/
/naIt/
/rI"kOdIN stjudiE/
/"SaE/
/"websaIt/
/"wikdeI/
/"wld/
/"fInIS/
/get/
/ga/
/hv/
/pleI/
/rI"lks/
/"stdi/
/teIk/
/"vIzIt/
/wtS/
/AftE "Dt/
/Ol rand DE "wld/
/hv E gd "taIm/
/gd "ivnIN/
/gd"naIt/
/gf AftE"nun/
/wk "hAd/
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DAILY ROUTINE
get up i geI up early.
have a shower on Sundays he has a shover and has lunch with his family.
have breakfast/lunch/dinner What time do you have break!asIlIunchldinner?
go to work He goes Io vork in the evening on Saturdays.
finish work i !inish vork at 6.00 p.m.
get home What time do you geI home in the evening?
go to bed on Saturdays he goes Io bed in the afternoon.
DAYS
Monday (n) Monday is the first day of the week.
tuesday (n) Tuesday is the second day of the week.
Wednesday (n) Wednesday is the third day of the week.
thursday (n) Thursday is the fourth day of the week.
Friday (n) friday is the fifth day of the week.
Sunday (n) 5unday is the last day of the week.
Saturday (n) 5aIurday is the sixth day of the week.
TIME

What time is it?
its (four) oclock.
its five past (one).
its ten past (ten).
its quarter past (five).
its twenty past (eight).
its twenty-five past (twelve).
its half past (two).
its twenty-five to (eleven).

its twenty to (seven).
its quarter to (six).

its ten to (nine).
se lever
prendre une douche
prendre le petit djeuner /
djeuner/ dner
aller au travail
finir de travailler
arriver la maison
aller au lit
lundi
mardi
mercredi
jeudi
vendredi
samedi
dimanche
Quelle heure est-il ?
il est quatre heures.
il est une heure cinq.
il est dix heures dix.
il est cinq heures et quart.
il est huit heures vingt.
il est douze heures vingt-cinq.
il est deux heures et demie.
il est onze heures moins
vingt-cinq.
il est sept heures moins vingt.
il est six heures moins le
quart.
il est neuf heures moins dix.
/get "p/
/hv E "SaE/
/hv "brekfEst/"lntS/"dInE/
/gE tE "wk/
/fInIS "wk/
/get "hEm/
/gE tE "bed/
/"mndeI/
/"tjuzdeI/
/"wenzdeI/
/"TzdeI/
/"fraIdeI/
/"sndeI/
/"stEdeI/
/"wAt "taIm IzIt/
/Its fO E"klk/
/Its faIv pAst "wn/
/Its ten pAst "ten/
/Its kwOtE pAst "faIv/
/Its twenti pAst "eIt/
/Its twenti faIv pAst "twelv/
/Its hAf pAst "tu/
/Its twenti faIv tu "IlevEn/
/Its twenti tu "sevEn/
/Its kwOtE tE "sIks/
/Its ten tE "naIn/
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its five to (three).
its (4.00) a.m./its (four) in the morning.

its (8.00) p.m./its (eight) in the evening.

its midday.
its midnight.
Review B (p. 46)

late (adv) i finish work at 1.00 or 2.00 a.m. and get home very IaIe.
airline (n) Aiko works for an airIine.
cat (n) Anna has a caI. Her name is Smudge.
guitar (n) dan plays the guiIar in a big jazz club in new York.
wake up (phr v) We vake up early on weekdays.
sleep (v) After that, i go back to bed and sIeep.
Unit 7 (p. 50)

famous (adj) there are a lot of !amous places to visit in new York.
fantastic (adj) there are some !anIasIic restaurants in China town.
good (adj) the cocktails are very good at the Hudson Hotel.
spectacular (adj) theres a specIacuIar view of Manhattan from the top of the empire State
Building.
top (adj) look at the list of Iop five things to do in nYC on p. 52.
bar (n) there are 400 restaurants and bars in SoHo.
beach (n) is there a beach in your city?
centre (n) i live in an apartment in the cenIre of Greenwich village.
church (n) is there a church near your house?
il est trois heures moins cinq.
il est quatre heures du matin.
il est huit heures du soir.
il est midi.
il est minuit.
tard
compagnie arienne
chat
guitare
se rveiller
dormir
clbre
fantastique
bon
spectaculaire
premier, principal
bar
plage
centre
glise
/Its faIv tE "Tri/
/Its fO eI"em/ /Its fO In
DE mOnIN/
/Its eIt pI"em/ /Its eIt In
Di ivnIN/
/Its mId"deI/
/Its mIdnaIt/
/leIt/
/"eElaIn/
/kt/
/gI"tA/
/weIk"p/
/slip/
/"feImEs/
/fn"tstIk/
/gd/
/spek"tkjlE/
/tp/
/bA/
/bitS/
/"sentE/
/tStS/
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cinema (n) Building 2 on p. 55 is a cinema.
cocktail (n) the cockIaiIs are very good at the Hudson Hotel.
place (n) My favourite pIace in new York City is Central park.
restaurant (n) there are 400 resIauranIs and bars in SoHo.
running track (n) theres a 2.5 kilometre running Irack around the lake in Central park.
show (n) Go to a shov on Broadway!
sports shop (n) i work in a sporIs shop near the Chrysler Building.
street (n) Whats the name of the sIreeI where you live?
tree (n) there a lot of Irees in Central park.
view (n) theres a spectacular viev of Manhattan from the top of the empire State
Building.
visitor (n) there are 25 million visiIors every year to Central park.
zoo (n) is there a zoo in Central park?
hate (v) do you love or haIe the place where you live?
love (v) do you Iove or hate the place where you live?
sit (v) i love siIIing near the lake, watching people.
is there ?/ Are there ? Is Ihere a zoo in your city? Are Ihere any bars near here?
theres /there are Theres a zoo in the park./There are 400 restaurants and bars in SoHo.
over there is there a pharmacy near here? A pharmacy? er, yes over Ihere.
PLACES IN A CITY
airport (n) is there an airporI in your city?
bridge (n) the ponte Vecchio is a famous bridge in italy.
building (n) i work in a sports shop near the Chrysler uiIding.
lake (n) i love sitting near the Iake, watching people.
museum (n) is there a museum in your city?
park (n) Central park is a big park in the centre of new York.
river (n) i work in an office near the Hudson river.
square (n) picture 4 on p. 50 shows times 5quare.
station (n) picture 2 on p. 50 shows Grand Central 5IaIion in new York.
statue (n) the 5IaIue of liberty is one of the most famous sIaIues in the world.
theatre (n) there are 38 IheaIres on Broadway.
cinma
cocktail
endroit
restaurant
sentier pour courir
spectacle
boutique de sport
rue
arbre
vue
visiteurs
zoo
har
aimer
sasseoir
Y a til ? / Y a til.. ?
il y a.. / il y a
l-bas
aroport
pont
immeuble
lac
muse
parc
rivire
place
gare
statue
thtre
/"sInEmE/
/"kkteIl/
/pleIs/
/"restErnt/
/"rnIN trk/
/SE/
/"spOts Sp/
/strit/
/tri/
/vju/
/"vIzItE/
/zu/
/heIt/
/lv/
/sIt/
/"Iz DeE/ /"A DeE/
/DeEz/ /DeEr "A/
/EvE "DeE/
/"eEpOt/
/brIdZ/
/"bIldIN/
/leIk/
/mju"zIEm/
/pAk/
/"rIvE/
/skweE/
/"steISEn/
/"sttju/
/"TIEtE/
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US & UK ENGLISH
AtM (n) An ATM is the American word for a cashpoint.
cashpoint (n) A cashpoinI is the British word for an AtM.
chemists (n) A chemisIs is the British word for a pharmacy.
pharmacy (n) A pharmacy is the American word for a chemists.
restroom (n) A resIroom is the American word for a toilet.
subway station (n) A subvay sIaIion is the American word for an underground station.
toilet (n) A IoiIeI is the British word for a restroom.
underground station (n) An underground sIaIion is the British word for a subway station.
VERB PHRASES
WITH GO
Go down Go dovn 5
th
Avenue!
Go for a run in Go !or a run in Central park!
Go out in Go ouI in SoHo!
Go to the top of Go Io Ihe Iop o! the empire State Building!
Go to Go Io a show!
Unit 8 (p. 56)

best (adj) Antoine thinks his kitchen is the besI room in his house.
hot (adj) Zainab thinks airports are big, ugly and hoI.
modern (adj) i love paris. i dont like modern cities.
downstairs (adv) DovnsIairs, theres a hall, living room, dining room and kitchen.
each (determiner) thousands of tourists visit the house each year.
beer (n) Would you like a beer?
birthday (n) today is Samanthas sixth birIhday.
cup (n) Would you like a cup of tea?
cycling (n) Akane likes walking or cycIing.
distributeur automatique de
billets
distributeur automatique de
billets
pharmacie
pharmacie
toilettes
station de mtro
toilettes
station de mtro
descendre
Aller pour courir
Sortir dans
Aller au sommet de
Aller
meilleur
chaud (trs)
moderne
en bas
chaque
bire
anniversaire
tasse
faire de la bicyclette
/eIti"em/
/"kSpOInt/
/"kemIsts/
/"fAmEsi/
/"restrum/
/"sbweI steISEn/
/"tOIlEt/
/"ndEgrand steISEn/
/gE "dan/
/gE fEr E"rn In/
/gE "at In/
/ga tE DE "tp Ev/
/"gE tu/
/best/
/ht/
/"mdEn/
/dan"steEz/
/itS/
/bIE/
/"bTdeI/
/kp/
/"saIklIN/
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floor (n) Mr and Mrs Robinson live on the second !Ioor.
front door (n) pauls bedroom is above the !ronI door.
glass (n) Would you like a gIass of cola?
the internet (n) i do my shopping on Ihe InIerneI.
mansion (n) paul lives in a mansion in the USA.
famous there are a lot of !amous places to visit
number one hit (n) Love Me Do was the Beatles first number one hiI.
photo (n) (tS) theres a phoIo of paul playing his guitar.
tourist (n) thousands of IourisIs visit the house each year.
walking (n) Akane likes vaIking or cycling.
wall (n) (tS) on the vaIIs are photos of the family.
water (n) Would you like a glass of vaIer?
sit down (phr v) 5iI dovn, Bryan. thanks.
above (prep) pauls bedroom is above the front door.
imagine (v) Can you imagine dinner with the McCartney family in this room?
offer (v) What does Mrs Gregg o!!er Bryan?
think (v) What do you Ihink of your city?
write (v) the Beatles vroIe their first number one hit in pauls house.
Come in! Hello, Bryan. Come in.
do your shopping i do my shopping on the internet.
Happy birthday! today is Samanthas sixth birIhday. Happy irIhday, Samantha!
Hes/Shes out. Wheres Jo? 1os ouI.
is she/he in? Is 1o in? no, shes out.
Would you like ? WouId you Iike a cup of tea?
ROOMS
bathroom (n) the baIhrooms upstairs.
bedroom (n) pauls bedroom is above the front door.
dining room (n) downstairs theres a dining room, living room and kitchen.
hall (n) the haII is just inside the front door.
kitchen (n) downstairs theres a dining room, living room and kiIchen.
living room (n) downstairs theres a dining room, Iiving room and kitchen.
toilet (n) theres also a bathroom and a IoiIeI upstairs.
tage
porte dentre
verre
linternet, en ligne
chteau, htel particulier
clbre
succs, numro un
photo
touriste
marche
mur
eau
sasseoir
au-dessus
imaginer
offrir
penser
crire
entrez ! entre!
faire ses courses
Bon anniversaire !
il est / elle est sorti (e)
est-elle /-il l ?
Aimeriez-vous ? /
Aimerais-tu ?
salle de bain
chambre
salle manger
couloir
cuisine
salon
toilettes,WC
/flO/
/frnt "dO/
/glAs/
/Di "IntEnet/
/"mnSEn/
/"feImEs/
/nmbE wn "hIt/
/"fEtE/
/"tErIst/
/"wOkIN/
/wOl/
/"wOtE/
/sIt "dan/
/E"bv/
/I"mdZIn/
/"fE/
/TINk/
/raIt/
/km "In/
/du jO "SpIN/
/hpi "bTdeI/
/hiz/Siz "at/
/Iz Si/hi "In/
/wd ju laIk/
/"bATrum/
/"bedrum/
/"daInIN rum/
/hOl/
/"kItSEn/
/"lIvIN rum/
/"tOIlEt/
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FURNITURE
armchair (n) theres an armchair in the living room.
bath (n) in the bathroom, theres a baIh but there isnt a shower.
bed (n) How many beds are there in pauls bedroom?
carpet (n) is there a carpeI in the living room?
chair (n) How many chairs are there in the dining room?
cooker (n) theres a cooker in the kitchen.
lamp (n) theres a Iamp in the living room.
shower (n) in the bathroom, theres a bath but there isnt a shover.
sink (n) theres a sink in the kitchen.
sofa (n) theres an armchair and a so!a in the living room.
table (n) theres a IabIe and six chairs in the dining room.
television (n) theres a IeIevision in the living room one of the first.
toilet (n) is the IoiIeI in the bathroom?
washing machine (n) theres a vashing machine in the kitchen.
ORDINAL NUMBERS
first (1
st
)
second (2
nd
)
third (3
rd
)
fourth (4
th
)
fifth (5
th
)
sixth (6
th
)
seventh (7
th
)
eighth (8
th
)
ninth (9
th
)
tenth (10
th
)
fauteuil
baignoire
lit
tapis
chaise
cuisinire
lampe
douche
vier
sofa
table
tlvision
WC
machine laver
premier (1
er
)
deuxime (2
me
)
troisime (3
me
)
quatrime (4
me
)
cinquime (5
me
)
sixime (6
me
)
septime (7
me
)
huitime (8
me
)
neuvime (9
me
)
dixime (10
me
)
/"AmtSeE/
/bAT/
/bed/
/"kApIt/
/tSeE/
/"kkE/
/lmp/
/"SaE/
/sINk/
/"sefE/
/"teIbEl/
/telI"vIZEn/
/"tOIlEt/
/"wSIN mESin/
/fst/
/"sekEnd/
/Td/
/fOT/
/fIfT/
/sIksT/
/"sevEnT/
/eItT/
/naInT/
/tenT/
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Unit 9 (p. 62)
delicious (adj) Mike thinks thai street food is deIicious.
healthy (adj) i can have three heaIIhy meals for $4 a day.
large (adj) Can i have a cappuccino, please? Small, medium or Iarge.
medium (adj) Can i have a medium Americano with sugar?
possible (adj) its possibIe to eat all your favourite things and lose one kilo a week.
body (n) Women do you want to have a body like Halle Berry?
diet (n) With the 3-hour dieI, you have a small meal or snack every three hours.
dish (n) pad thai is Mikes favourite dish.
meal (n) the main meaIs of the day are breakfast, lunch and dinner.
snack (n) You can have milk and chocolate for 5nack A.
street food (n) i love thai sIreeI !ood its cheap and delicious.
cook (v) He never cooks at home.
lose (v) its possible to eat all your favourite things and Iose one kilo a week.
spend (v) Mike doesnt usually spend more than $4 a day.
start (v) i sIarI breakfast with fresh fruit.
Anything else? AnyIhing eIse? Yes. Can i have a medium Americano?
at home Mike never cooks aI home.
every day/week etc How often do you drink coffee? Every day.
Here you are. thats $7.25, please. Here you are. thank you.
How often ? Hov o!Ien do you drink coffee? every day.
What about you? i have tea for breakfast. WhaI abouI you? i have orange juice.
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
always i aIvays have noodles for dinner.
never Mike never cooks at home.
not usually He doesnI usuaIIy spend more than $4 a day.
sometimes He someIimes has a cup of coffee for breakfast.
usually i usuaIIy drink Chang beer.
dlicieux
sain
grand
moyen
possible
corps
rgime
plat
repas
en-cas
cuisine emporter
cuisiner
perdre
dpenser
commencer
autre chose?
la maison
chaque jour / semaine etc
voil, voici
Combien de fois ?
Quant vous ? (et pour
vous ?)
toujours
jamais
pas habituellement
quelques fois
habituellement
/dI"lISEs/
/"helTi/
/lAdZ/
/"midiEm/
/"psEbEl/
/"bdi/
/"daIEt/
/dIS/
/mil/
/snk/
/"strit fud/
/kk/
/luz/
/spend/
/stAt/
/enITIN "els/
/"Et "hEm/
/evri "deI/"wik/
/"hIE ju A/
/ha "fEn/
/wt Ebat "ju/
/"OlweIz/
/"nevE/
/nt "juZEli/
/"smtaImz/
/"juZEli/
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DRINKS
Americano (n) A medium Americano with sugar, please.
beer (n) Mike usually drinks Chang beer.
cappuccino (n) Can i have a cappuccino, please? Small, medium or large.
coffee (n) He sometimes has a cup of co!!ee for breakfast.
cola (n) How often do you drink coIa? never.
espresso (n) An espresso is a strong black coffee.
hot chocolate (n) A large hoI chocoIaIe, please.
iced coffee (n) Iced co!!ee is very cold coffee.
iced tea (n) Iced Iea is very cold tea.
milk (n) You can have miIk and chocolate for Snack A.
orange juice (n) i always have orange juice for breakfast.
tea (n) do you drink Iea or coffee for breakfast? Tea.
water (n) Mike usually drinks vaIer for breakfast.
FOOD
biscuits (n pl) You can have tea and biscuiIs for Snack B.
bread (n) do you have bread with your meals?
cake (n) You can have cake for Snack C.
cereal (n) How often do you eat cereaI? every day.
chips (n pl) do you want chips or beans?
chocolate (n) You can have milk and chocoIaIe for Snack A.
eggs (n) i never have eggs for breakfast.
(fresh) fruit (n) Mike starts breakfast with !resh !ruiI pineapple, watermelon or papaya.
green beans (n pl) i sometimes have green beans for dinner.
hamburger (n) How often do you eat hamburgers? never.
ice cream (n) on the 3-hour diet you can have ice cream for dinner.
meat (n) do you prefer fish or meaI?
noodles (n pl) i always have noodIes for dinner.
papaya (n) i start breakfast with fresh fruit pineapple, watermelon or papaya.
pineapple (n) He starts breakfast with fresh fruit pineappIe, watermelon or papaya.
potatoes (n pl) on the 3-hour diet you can have poIaIoes for dinner.
rice (n) He has rice and eggs or rice and meat for lunch.
Americano
bire
cappuccino
caf
cola
express
chocolat chaud
caf glac
th glac
lait
jus dorange
th
eau
biscuits
pain
gteau
crales
frites
chocolat
ufs
fruit (frais)
haricots verts
hamburger
glace
viande
nouilles
papaye
ananas
pommes de terre
riz
/EmerI"kAnE/
/"bIE/
/kpE"tSinE/
/"kfi/
/"kElE/
/es"presE/
/ht "tSklEt/
/aIst "kfi/
/aIst "ti/
/mIlk/
/"rIndZ dZus/
/ti/
/"wOtE/
/"bIskIts/
/bred/
/keIk/
/"sIEriEl/
/tSIps/
/"tSklEt/
/egz/
/freS frut/
/grin "binz/
/"hmbgE/
/aIs "krim/
/mit/
/"nudElz/
/pE"paIE/
/"paInpEl/
/pE"teItEz/
/raIs/
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salad (n) 5aIad is a healthy food.
sandwich (n) i have sandviches for lunch every day.
soup (n) thai soup is very good.
sugar (v) Can i have a medium Americano with sugar?
watermelon (n) He starts breakfast with fresh fruit pineapple, vaIermeIon or papaya.
MEALS
breakfast (n) i usually have orange juice for break!asI.
dinner (n) on the 3-hour diet you can have meat and green beans for dinner.
lunch (n) i sometimes cook Iunch on Sundays.
Review C (p. 68)
accommodation (n) What type of accommodaIion do you want? An apartment.
apple (n) How often do you eat appIes?
area (n) Which area do you want to live in? in the centre.
banana (n) i sometimes have a banana for breakfast.
cheese (n) do you like cheese? Yes, i love it.
dream home (n) My dream home is a sixth-floor apartment in the centre of paris.
location (n) (tS) the apartment is in a fantastic IocaIion.
place (n) (tS) i think i have a pIace for you a third-floor apartment in Manhattan.
townhouse (n) i live in a Iovnhouse in Greenwich Village in the centre of new York.
Unit 10 (p. 72)


traditional (adj) its fiesta so theyre wearing IradiIionaI clothes.
carnival (n) theyre wearing costumes for the Venice carnivaI.
costume (n) theyre wearing cosIumes for the Venice carnival.
fiesta (n) theyre dancing and enjoying the sunshine at the !iesIa.
salade
sandwich
soupe
sucre
pastque
petit djeuner
dner
djeuner
logement
pomme
quartier, zone
banane
fromage
appartement de rve
endroit
demeure, rsidence
maison de ville
traditionnel
carnaval
costume (dguisement)
fiesta (fte)
/"slEd/
/"sndwIdZ/
/sup/
/"SgE/
/"wOtEmelEn/
/"brekfest/
/"dInE/
/lntS/
/EkmE"deISn/
/"pl/
/"eEriE/
/bE"nAnE/
/tSiz/
/drim "hEm/
/lE"keISn/
/pleIs/
/"tanhas/
/trE"dISEnEl/
/"kAnIvEl/
/"kstjum/
/fi"estE/
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parasol (n) Yuko is holding a parasoI.
policeman (n) paolo is a poIiceman so he wears a uniform for work.
receptionist (n) lola and Ana are recepIionisIs in a hotel in Marbella.
sunshine (n) theyre dancing and enjoying the sunshine at the fiesta.
uniform (n) paolo is a policeman so he wears a uni!orm for work.
look for (phr v) im Iooking !or a dress for my wife.
try on (phr v) Can i Iry on these clothes?
buy (v) is Kate buying fish for dinner?
call (v) A woman is caIIing her husband from her office.
dance (v) lola and Ana are dancing at the fiesta.
enjoy (v) theyre enjoying the sunshine.
wear (v) they always vear blue skirts and white tops for work.
Can i help you? Can I heIp you? Yes, im looking for a dress.
listen to music What are you doing? im IisIening Io music.
What size ? WhaI size is she? i think shes medium.
CLOTHES
boots (n pl) Kate is wearing red booIs.
dress (n) Jasmine is wearing a red dress.
hat (n) Kate is wearing a blue haI.
jacket (n) leon is wearing a black jackeI.
jeans (n pl) is Yuko wearing jeans? no, she isnt.
kimono (n) Yuko is wearing a kimono and holding a parasol.
shirt (n) Jason is wearing a white shirI.
shoes (n pl) leon and Jasmine are wearing black shoes.
skirt (n) Kate is wearing a brown skirI.
suit (n) Jason is wearing a grey suiI.
tie (n) Jason is wearing an orange Iie.
top (n) Kate is wearing a green Iop.
trainers (n pl) Jason is wearing black and white Irainers.
trousers (n pl) leon is wearing blue Irousers.
t-shirt (n) leon is wearing a yellow T-shirI.
parasol
agent de police
rceptionniste
soleil, ensoleillement
uniforme
chercher
essayer
acheter
appeler, tlphoner
danser
profiter
porter ( shabiller)
puis-je vous aider? / est-ce
que je peux t'aider?
couter de la musique
Quelle taille ?
bottes
robe
chapeau
veste
jean
kimono
chemise
chaussures
jupe
costume
cravatte
haut
baskets
pantalon
t-shirt
/"prEsl/
/pE"lismEn/
/rI"sepSEnIst/
/"snSaIn/
/"junIfOm/
/"lk fO/
/traI "n/
/baI/
/kOl/
/dAns/
/In"dZOI/
/weE/
/kn aI "help ju/
/lIsEn tE "mjuzIk/
/wt "saIz/
/"buts/
/dres/
/ht/
/"dZkIt/
/dZinz/
/kI"mEnE/
/St/
/Suz/
/skt/
/sut/
/taI/
/tp/
/"treInEz/
/"trazEz/
/"tiSt/
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VERB PHRASES
do your homework/ What are you doing? im doing my homevork. Good boy.
the housework/the washing
make coffee/dinner/ What are you doing, dad? im making dinner.
a phone call
play football/the piano do you pIay Ihe piano? Yes, i do.
read a book/an email/ don says hes making dinner but hes reading the nevspaper.
a newspaper
Unit 11 (p. 78)
famous (adj) (tS) What !amous words did neil Armstrong say?
giant (adj) (tS) thats one small step for man, but one gianI leap for mankind.
historic (adj) (tS) Five hundred million people watched the hisIoric event on television.
next (adj) (tS) our nexI event is live 8.
quiet (adj) Japanese people are usually quieI but we were very excited.
sunny (adj) Was it sunny yesterday? no, it wasnt.
tragic (adj) (tS) the death of princess diana was a Iragic event.
arts centre (n) What events are on at the ArIs CenIre?
band (n) the bands at the concert were great.
box office (n) Hello, ox O!!ice. oh, hello. id like to but tickets for Shrek, please.
cash (n) does the woman want to pay by cash or credit card?
cheque (n) does the woman want to pay by cash, cheque or credit card?
concert (n) the concerI was in Red Square, near the Kremlin.
credit card (n) She wants to pay by crediI card.
death (n) (tS) the deaIh of princess diana was a tragic event.
expiry date (n) Can i have the expiry daIe? January 2012.
event (n) What evenIs are on at the Arts Centre?
football match (n) our first event is an important !ooIbaII maIch.
funeral (n) (tS) two and a half billion people watched her !uneraI on television.
faire ses devoirs / le mnage
/ la lessive
faire du caf / le dner /
donner un coup de fil
jouer au football / du piano
lire un livre / un e-mail / un
journal
clbres
gant
historique
prochain
calme
ensoleill
tragique
centre darts
orchestre, groupe
guichet
en liquide (argent)
chque
concert
carte de crdit
mort
date dexpiration
vnements
match de football
enterrement, funrailles
/du jO "hEmwk/DE
"haswk/DE "wSIN/
/meIk "kfi/"dInE/E "fEn kOl/
/pleI "ftbOl/DE pi"EenE/
/rid E "bk/En "imeIl/E
"njuzpeIpE/
/"feImEs/
/"dZaIEnt/
/hI"strIk/
/nekst/
/"kwaIEt/
/"sni/
/"trdZIk/
/"Ats sentE/
/bnd/
/"bks fIs/
/kS/
/tSek/
/"kpnsEt/
/"kredIt kAd/
/deT/
/Ik"spaIEri deIt/
/I"vent/
/"ftbOl mtS/
/"fjunErEl/
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leap (n) (tS) thats one small step for man, but one giant Ieap for mankind.
mankind (n) (tS) thats one small step for man, but one giant leap for mankind.
month (n) there are twelve monIhs in a year.
moon (n) (tS) Were you born when the first man landed on the moon?
nightclub (n) i was at a nighIcIub last night.
party (n) i was at a parIy last weekend.
penalty (n) (tS) France lost the match on penaIIies.
political message (n) the music was great but the poIiIicaI message was more important.
rock music (n) Gary thinks that Brian Wilson is the Mozart of rock music.
secondary school (n) Were you at secondary schooI in 2002?
ticket (n) id like to buy IickeIs for Shrek, please.
town (n) Were you and your friends in Iovn yesterday? no, we werent.
wedding (n) i was at a vedding last month.
week (n) last veek i was at a restaurant.
year (n) the concert in london last year was wonderful.
be born (v) Was your mother born before 1963? Yes, she was.
cry (v) Robbie Williams and Madonna were brilliant. i cried.
land (v) (tS) Were you born when the first man Ianded on the moon?
pay (v) How would you like to pay? By credit card.
COMMON ADJECTIVES
amazing (adj) the concert was amazing we were very excited.
awful (adj) the musicians were boring and the concert was av!uI.
boring (adj) the musicians were boring and the concert was awful.
brilliant (adj) Robbie Williams and Madonna were briIIianI. i cried.
excellent (adj) the music was exceIIenI and it was really hot.
excited (adj) Japanese people are usually quiet but we were very exciIed.
great (adj) the bands were greaI and Brian Wilson was fantastic.
happy (adj) the concert was great and i was happy to be there.
important (adj) the music was great but the political message was more imporIanI.
lucky: be (adj) live 8 was amazing. i was Iucky to have a ticket.
terrible (adj) elton John was IerribIe but Madonna was brilliant.
wonderful (adj) the concert was so vonder!uI i cried!
bond, saut
humanit
mois
lune
club de nuit
soire, fte
penalty
message politique
musique rock
cole secondaire (collge)
billet
ville
mariage
semaine
anne
tre n
pleurer
atterrir
payer
surprenant
effroyable
ennuyant
brillant ( trs dou)
excellent
excit
trs bien, trs bon
content, heureux
important
chanceux
mauvais (pas bon)
merveilleux
/lip/
/mn"kaInd/
/mnT/
/mun/
/"naItklb/
/"pAti/
/"penElti/
/pElItIkEl "mesIdZ/
/"rk mjuzIk/
/"sekEndri skul/
/"tIkIt/
/tan/
/"wedIN/
/wik/
/jIE/
/bi "bOn/
/kraI/
/lnd/
/peI/
/E"meIzIN/
/"OfEl/
/"bOrIN/
/"brIljEnt/
/"eksElEnt/
/Ik"saItId/
/greIt/
/"hpi/
/Im"pOtEnt/
/"lki/
/"terEbl/
/"wndEfEl/
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MONTHS
January (n) 1anuary is the first month of the year.
February (n) february is the second month of the year.
March (n) March is the third month of the year.
April (n) ApriI is the fourth month of the year.
May (n) May is the fifth month of the year.
June (n) 1une is the sixth month of the year.
July (n) 1uIy is the seventh month of the year.
August (n) AugusI is the eighth month of the year.
September (n) 5epIember is the ninth month of the year.
october (n) OcIober is the tenth month of the year.
november (n) November is the eleventh month of the year.
december (n) December is the twelfth month of the year.
Unit 12 (p. 84)
deaf (adj) Beethoven went dea! but he wrote wonderful music.
poor (adj) Mother teresa gave all her time and love to poor people.
professional (adj) in 1992 lance Armstrong became a pro!essionaI cyclist.
simple (adj) Mother teresa lived a very simpIe life.
again (adv) in 1998 he started racing again.
finally (adv) finaIIy, he recovered from cancer.
last (adv) He lost his first important race he finished IasI!
later (adv) LaIer, he started the lance Armstrong Foundation.
animal (n) leonardo da Vinci was a vegetarian who loved animaIs.
bicycle (n) He got his first bicycIe in 1978.
cancer (n) He wanted to help other people with cancer.
chemotherapy (n) He had two operations and chemoIherapy.
cyclist (n) in 1992 lance Armstrong became a professional cycIisI.
driving test (n) Are you oK? no. its my driving IesI today.
janvier
fvrier
mars
avril
mai
juin
juillet
aot
septembre
octobre
novembre
dcembre
sourd
pauvre
professionnel
simple
(de) nouveau
enfin
dernier
plus tard
animal
bicyclette
cancer
chimiothrapie
cycliste
examen de permis de
conduire
/"dZnjuEri/
/"februEri/
/mAtS/
/"eIprEl/
/meI/
/dZun/
/dZ"laI/
/"OgEst/
/sep"tembE/
/k"tEbE/
/nE"embE/
/dI"sembE/
/def/
/pO/
/prE"feSEnEl/
/"sImpEl/
/E"gen/
/"faInEli/
/lAst/
/"leItE/
/"nImEl/
/"baIsIkEl/
/"knsE/
/kimE"TerEpi/
/"saIklIst/
/"draIvIN test/
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exam (n) Good luck in your exam!
expedition (n) Ferdinand Magellan was the leader of the expediIion.
explorer (n) Juan Sebastin elcano was a Spanish expIorer.
genius (n) leonardo da Vinci was a genius.
helicopter (n) da Vinci designed the first heIicopIer.
high school (n) He graduated from high schooI in 1988.
king (n) the king of Spain sent an expedition to find a route to the east.
leader (n) Ferdinand Magellan was the Ieader of the expedition.
love (n) Mother teresa gave all her time and Iove to poor people.
operation (n) lance Armstrong had two operaIions and chemotherapy.
race (n) After that he won many important races.
relationship (n) in 2004 he started a new reIaIionship with Sheryl Crowe.
route (n) the king of Spain sent an expedition to find a rouIe to the east.
sporting hero (n) Who is your sporIing hero?
team (n) He joined the US olympic Ieam in 1998.
vegetarian (n) leonardo was a vegeIarian who loved animals.
voyage (n) in 1522 he completed the first voyage round the world.
wedding anniversary (n) We sent them a card for their vedding anniversary.
become (v) in 1992 he became a professional cyclist.
design (v) He painted the Mona lisa and designed the first helicopter.
die (v) Magellan died in the philippines.
finish (v) He !inished last in his first important race.
graduate (v) lance Armstrong graduaIed from high school in 1988.
help (v) He started the lance Armstrong Foundations and heIped other people
with cancer.
paint (v) He painIed the Mona lisa and designed the first helicopter.
plan (v) Yesterday i pIanned a holiday.
recover (v) Finally, he recovered from cancer.
remarry (v) His mother remarried when he was three years old.
retire (v) He won the tour de France for the seventh time in 2005 and then reIired.
separate (v) Sheryl Crowe and lance Armstrong separaIed in 2006.
be engaged look! im engaged. Congratulations! Whens the wedding?
examen
expdition
explorateur
gnie
hlicoptre
lyce
roi
chef
amour
opration (chirurgicale)
course
relation
route, itinraire
sportif favori
quipe
vgtarien
voyage (tour)
anniversaire de mariage
devenir
dessiner
mourir
terminer, finir
tre reu ( ses examens)
aider
peindre
planifier
se remettre (dune maladie,
de qqch)
se remarier
prendre sa retraite
se sparer
tre fianc
/Ig"zm/
/ekspE"dISEn/
/Ik"splOrE/
/"dZiniEs/
/"helIkptE/
/"haI skul/
/kIN/
/"lidE/
/lv/
/pE"reISEn/
/reIs/
/rIleISEn"SIp/
/rut/
/spOtIN "hIErE/
/tim/
/vedZE"teEriEn/
/"vOIIdZ/
/"wedIN nIvsEri/
/bI"km/
/dI"zaIn/
/daI/
/"fInIS/
/"grdZueIt/
/help/
/peInt/
/pln/
/rI"kvE/
/ri"mri/
/rI"taIE/
/"sepEreIt/
/bi In"geIdZd/
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Congratulations! i passed my exam. CongraIuIaIions!
get divorced After four years, Armstrong and his wife goI divorced.
get married in 1997 he goI married to Kristin Richard.
Good luck! Good Luck in your exam!
Happy new Year! on 1
st
January people wish each other Happy Nev Year!
pass an exam Congratulations! You passed your exam.
SPORTS
(play) basketball (n) How often do you pIay baskeIbaII?
(go) cycling (n) How often do you go cycIing?
(play) football (n) We pIay !ooIbaII every week at school.
(play) golf (n) My dad often pIays goI!.
(go) sailing (n) We sometimes go saiIing.
(play) tennis (n) i love pIaying Iennis.
Review D (p. 90)
hard (adj) (tS) My father was a farmer, and life was hard.
best friend (n) Whats your besI !riends name?
farm (n) When i graduated from school i started work on the !arm.
free time (n) do you read books in your !ree Iime?
money (n) (tS) My parents were very poor they had no money.
phonecall (n) How many phonecaIIs do you make in a day?
village (n) (tS) lily was born in a little house in a viIIage near dublin.
do the housework How often do you do Ihe housevork?
Flicitations !
divorcer
se marier
Bonne chance !
Bonne Anne !
passer un examen
jouer au basketball
faire du vlo
jouer au football
jouer au golf
faire de la voile
jouer au tennis
dure, difficile
meilleur ami
ferme
loisirs
argent
appel tlphonique
village
faire le mnage
/kEngrtS"leISEnz/
/get dI"vOst/
/get "mrId/
/gd "lk/
/hpi nju "jIE/
/pAs En Ig"zm/
/pleI "bAskItbOl/
/gE "saIklIN/
/pleI "ftbOl/
/pleI glf/
/gE "deIlIN/
/pleI "tenIs/
/hAd/
/best "frend/
/fAm/
/fri "taIm/
/"mni/
/"fEnkOl/
/"vIlIdZ/
/du E "haswk/
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Unit 13 (p. 94)
charity (n) After the trip ewan and Charlie sold their motorbikes for chariIy.
information (n) Can i have some in!ormaIion about the next train to paris, please?
journey (n) in Siberia there were no roads for part of the journey.
motel (n) At night they camped or stayed in moIeIs.
platform (n) the train goes from pIaI!orm number 12.
project (n) they visited UniCeF projecIs in Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Mongolia.
road (n) in Siberia there were no roads for part of the journey.
star (n) ewan and Charlie are Hollywood sIars.
ticket office (n) Can i buy a ticket, please? Yes, over there at the IickeI o!!ice, sir.
trip (n) After the Irip ewan and Charlie sold their motorbikes for charity.
through (prep) they travelled Ihrough central europe, Russia and Canada.
leave (v) (past participle left) they Ie!I london on 14
th
April.
travel (v) they IraveIIed 933 kilometres by train in Siberia.
the end of From mid-April to Ihe end o! July 2004, they went from london to new
York by motorbike.
for life they met a lot of children there and made friends !or Ii!e.
mid-April/mid-February etc From mid-ApriI to the end of July 2004, they went from london to new
York by motorbike.
a week/two months/ When was the last time you travelled by taxi? Tvo days ago.
four years ago
HOLIDAYS
bar (n) We drank beer at a bar near the beach.
beach (n) We went to the beach every day.
disco (n) do you like going to discos when youre on holiday?
go clubbing What did you do on holiday? We swam and venI cIubbing.
hotel (n) We went to ibiza because the hoIeI was cheap.
mountain (n) We went skiing in the mounIains.
restaurant (n) Was the food in the resIauranIs good?
oeuvre de bienfaisance
renseignements
voyage
motel
quai (de gare)
projet
route
star
guichet (gare)
tour (voyage)
travers
quitter
voyager
la fin de
vie
mi-avril/mi-fvrier etc
il y a une semaine/deux mois/
quatre ans
bar
plage
discothque
aller en bote
htel
montagne
restaurant
/"tSrEti/
/InfE"meISEn/
/"dZni/
/m"tel/
/"pltfOm/
/"prdZekt/
/rEd/
/stA/
/"tIkIt fIs/
/trIp/
/Tru/
/liv/
/"trvl/
/Di "end Ev/
/fE "laIf/
/mId"eIprEl/mId"februEri/
/E "wik/tu "mnTs/fO "jIEz
EgE/
/bA/
/bitS/
/"dIskE/
/gE "klbIN/
/hE"tel/
/"mantIn/
/"restErnt/
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shark (n) one day we went swimming with sharks.
shop (n) the shops in paris are fantastic.
sightseeing (n) 5ighIseeing is visiting monuments and famous places.
sports (n pl) i like playing sporIs on holiday.
sunbathing (n) We like sunbaIhing on the beach.
swimming pool (n) there was a fantastic svimming pooI at the hotel.
weather (n) What was the veaIher like?
TRAVEL PHRASES
by air How did you travel to ibiza? y air.
by bicycle A lot of students go by bicycIe to college.
by boat Robin Knox-Johnston went round the world by boaI.
by bus We went by bus to the train station.
by car How do you go to work? y car.
on foot if you go somewhere on !ooI, you walk there.
by motorbike ewan and Charlie travelled by moIorbike.
by train they travelled by Irain in Siberia.
Unit 14 (p. 100)
left (adj) (tS) touch your Ie!I arm.
right (adj) (tS) touch your righI foot.
acrobat (n) the acrobaIs, the Kenyan Boys, are from Africa.
alphabet (n) there are 26 letters in the english aIphabeI.
aspirin (n) i have a headache. take an aspirin.
cat (n) CaIs can see in the dark.
circus (n) nell Gifford started her family circus in 2000.
clown (n) tweedy is a modern cIovn children and adults love him.
dancer (n) nancy is a dancer and performer.
dark: in the (adv) Cats can see in Ihe dark.
requin
boutique
tourisme (visite guide)
sport
prendre un bain de soleil
piscine
temps ( climat)
par avion
bicyclette
en bateau
en bus
en voiture
pied
moto
en train
gauche
droit
acrobate
alphabet
aspirine
chat
cirque
clown
danseur
lobscurit
/SAk/
/Sp/
/"saItsiIN/
/spOts/
/"snbeIDIN/
/"swImIN pul/
/"weDE/
/baI "eE/
/baI "baIsIkEl/
/baI "bat/
/baI "bs/
/baI "kA/
/n "ft/
/baI "mEtEbaIk/
/baI "trein/
/left/
/raIt/
/"krEbt/
/"lfEbet/
/"sprIn/
/kt/
/"skEs/
/klan/
/"dAnsE/
/DE "dAk/
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dentist (n) i have toothache. Go to the denIisI.
distance (n) lions cant run long disIances.
elephant (n) EIephanIs cant jump.
horse (n) Horses can sleep on their feet.
letter (n) there are 26 IeIIers in the english alphabet.
lion (n) Lions can swim.
omelette (n) Can you cook an omeIeIIe?
owner (n) nell is the ovner of the circus.
performer (n) nancy is a dancer and per!ormer.
ring-master (n) Gerald is the ring-masIer at Giffords Circus.
state (n) there are 50 sIaIes in the USA.
string (n) there are 4 sIrings on a violin.
strongman (n) oleg, the sIrongman, can lift 150 kilogrammes.
trick (n) Gerald cant do any circus Iricks but hes the ring-master.
violin (n) there are 4 strings on a vioIin.
clap (v) (tS) CIap your hands!
dance (v) Can you dance? Yes, i can.
drive (v) Can you drive? no, i cant.
join (v) nell joined a circus for a year when she was 18.
jump (v) elephants cant jump.
lift (v) oleg, the strongman, can Ii!I 150 kilogrammes.
perform (v) nell per!orms on her palomino horse.
sing (v) nancy can dance and sing.
spell (v) Can you speII circus? Yes, C-i-R-C-U-S.
type (v) in our class everybody can Iype.
How many ? Hov many days are there in a week? Seven.
ILLNESSES
backache (n) i have backache. Go to the doctor.
headache (n) i have a headache. take an aspirin.
stomach ache (n) i have sIomach ache. Where did you have lunch?
toothache (n) i have IooIhache. Go to the dentist.
dentiste
distance
lphant
cheval
lettre
lion
omelette
propritaire
acteur, interprte
Monsieur loyal
tat
corde
hercule, homme fort
tour (numro de cirque, ruse)
violon
taper (dans les mains)
danser
conduire
rejoindre
sauter
soulever, lever
jouer, excuter
chanter
peler
taper la machine
Combien ?
mal de dos
migraine
mal de ventre
rage de dents
/"dentIst/
/"dIstEns/
/"elIfEnt/
/"hOs/
/"letE/
/"laIEn/
/"mlEt/
/"EnE/
/pEr"fOmE/
/"rINmAstE/
/steIt/
/strIN/
/"strNmn/
/trIk/
/vaIE"lIn/
/klp/
/dAns/
/draIv/
/dZOIn/
/dZmp/
/lIft/
/pE"fOm/
/sIN/
/spel/
/taIp/
/ha "meni/
/"bkeIk/
/"hedeik/
/"stmEk eik/
/"tuTeik/
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Whats the matter? WhaIs Ihe maIIer? i have a headache.
oh, dear. Whats the matter? i have a headache. Oh, dear.
PARTS OF THE BODY
arm (n) touch your left arm.
back (n) oleg has a strong back.
ear (n) touch your right ear.
eye (n) What colour are your eyes?
foot (n) touch your left !ooI.
hand (n) Clap your hands!
head (n) i have a headache. take an aspirin.
leg (n) touch your right Ieg.
mouth (n) touch your mouIh.
nose (n) touch your nose.
stomach (n) i have sIomach ache.
tooth (n) i have IooIhache. Go to the dentist.
Unit 15 (p. 106)

abroad (adv) When is your next trip abroad?
organised (adj) if you mostly answered i know to the questions on p. 108, you are an
organised person.
spontaneous (adj) if you mostly answered i dont know to the questions on p. 108, you
are a sponIaneous person.
appointment (n) My next dentist appoinImenI is onFriday.
bungee jump (n) Have you ever done an extreme sport such as a bungee jump?
extreme sports (n pl) ExIreme sporIs are sports like bungee jumping.
pope (n) the Pope is the most important person in the Catholic church.
postcard (n) Send us a posIcard. Yes, oK.
the pyramids (n pl) The Pyramids are in egypt.
the Queen (n) the most important person in the British Royal family is Ihe ueen.
Quy a-til ?
Zut alors!
bras
dos
oreille
il
pied
main
tte
jambe
bouche
nez
estomac
dent
ltranger
organis
spontan
rendez-vous
saut llastique
sports extrmes
pape
carte postale
les pyramides
la reine
/wts DE "mtE/
/E "dIE/
/Am/
/bk/
/IE/
/aI/
/ft/
/hnd/
/hed/
/leg/
/maT/
/nEz/
/"stmEk/
/tuT/
/E"brOd/
/"OgEnaIzd/
/spn"teIniEs/
/E"pOIntmEnt/
/"bndZi dZmpIN/
/"Ikstrim "spOts/
/pEp/
/"pEstkAd/
/DE "pIrEmIdz/
/DE "kwin/
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the Royal family (n) the most important person in Ihe British oyaI !amiIy is the Queen.
sports car (n) 5porIs cars are very expensive.
tattoo (n) Are you allowed to wear IaIIoos at school?
celebrate (v) Congratulations! You won $10 million. How are you going to ceIebraIe?
send (v) 5end us some photos. oK.
Have a good trip. Bye! Have a good Irip.
in control You are an organised person and like to be in conIroI.
See you. take care. oK. 5ee you, Mum.
See you soon. Send us a postcard. Yes, oK! 5ee you soon.
take care! Goodbye, tim. Take care!
Review E (p. 112)
brilliant (adj) the people in new Zealand are briIIianI.
warm (adj) We want to go to Fiji because its varm and beautiful.
Welcome! (interj) (tS) Amy, veIcome! thanks. its good to be here.
island (n) We are going to go by boat to the isIands.
monster (n) they visited loch ness but they didnt see the monsIer.
pub (n) did they go to a pub?
round-the-world trip (n) Congratulations! Youre a winner of a round-Ihe-vorId Irip for two people
studio (n) (tS) i have Amy from White nights here in the sIudio.
tour (n) the band are on a four-month Iour of the world.
winner (n) Congratulations! Youre a vinner of a round-the-world trip for two
people.
take (v) the journey to new Zealand Iook 18 hours and we didnt sleep!
la famille royale
voiture de sport
tatouage
fter
envoyer
Faire un bon voyage.
matriser, dominer (situation)
plus tard
bientt
prenez soin de vous!/ prends
soin de toi!
trs intelligent
chaud
Bienvenue!
le
monstre
bistrot
voyage autour du monde
studio
tourne
gagnant
durer, prendre
/DE rOIEl "fmEli/
/"spOts kA/
/t"tu/
/"selEbreIt/
/send/
/hv E gd "trIp/
/In kEn"trEl/
/"si ju/
/si ju "sun/
/teIk "keE/
/"brIljEnt/
/wOm/
/"welkEm/
/"aIlEnd/
/"mnstE/
/pb/
/rand DE wld "trIp/
/"stjudiE/
/tE/
/"wInE/
/teik/
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Grammar Extra
Unit 1 Noms (Nouns)
formes rguIires
5inguIier PIurieI OrIhographe
a pen pens Ajouter s.
a bus buses Ajouter es aprs ch, sh,
s, x
a dictionary dictionaries Supprimer y et ajouter ies
aprs une consonne + y
on emploie a avec un nom singulier. its a pen. (et non Its pen.)

a or an ? on emploie a devant un son consonantique : a pen, a bus. on emploie an


devant un son vocalique : an apple, an exercise.
this/these
5inguIier Whats Ihis? IIs a dicIionary.
PIurieI What are Ihese? Theyre dicIionaries.

Unit 2 be: prsent simple (Present simple)
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
im
Youre
Hes/Shes/its
Were
theyre
German.
im noI
You arenI
He/She/it isnI polish.
We arenI
they arenI
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
Am i
Are you
Is he/she/it english?
Are we
Are they
Yes, i am.
Yes, you are.
Yes, he/she/it is.
Yes, we are.
Yes, they are.
no, im noI.
no, you arenI.
no, he/she/it isnI.
no, we arenI.
no, they arenI.
Unit 3 Adjectifs possessifs (Possessive determiners)
Pronom sujeI AdjecIi!
possessi!
i
you
he
she
it
we
they
my
your
his
her
its
our
their
this is my family.
Where are your books?
Charles and his wife.
Camilla and her husband.
Whats iIs name?
this is our house.
We are Iheir parents.
on utilise le mme adjectif possessif au singulier et au pluriel.
Our family / Our friends (et non Ours friends)
on utilise his pour un homme et her pour une femme.
Bill and his wife = Bills wife.
Hillary and her husband = Hillarys husband.
Gnitif en s et en s
on emploie s pour une personne. My brothers school (= i have one brother.)
on emploie s pour plus dune personne. My brothers school (= i have two brothers.)
Unit 4 Adjectifs (Adjectives)

a big house a small house
an expensive car three expensive cars
on place les adjectifs devant un nom. a big house. (et non a house big.)
on ne modifie pas les adjectifs devant un nom au pluriel. three expensive cars (et non three
expensives cars)
on emploie this pour se rfrer
un nom singulier.
on emploie these pour se rfrer un
nom pluriel.
la forme
interrogative be se
place avant le sujet.
Are you English? / Is
Pel Brazilian? (et
non You are English? /
Pel is Brazilian?)
5inguIier PIurieI
a person people
a child children
a man men
a woman women
a big house
an expensive car three expensive cars
a small house
formes irrguIires
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Unit 5 Prsent simple (Present simple): I, you, we, they
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
i
You
We
they
vork.
i
You
We
they
donI
vork.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
Do i
Do you
Do we
Do they
vork?
Yes, i do.
Yes, you do.
Yes, we do.
Yes, they do.
no, i donI.
no, you donI.
no, we donI.
no, they donI.
on utilise do pour formuler des questions avec tous les verbes pour I, you, we, they.
on place do devant le sujet. Do you work in a school? (et non You work in a school?)
on emploie dont pour formuler des phrases ngatives avec tous les verbes pour I, you, we,
they.
Unit 6 Prsent simple (Present simple): he, she, it
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
He/She/it vorks. He/She/it doesnI vork.
on emploie does pour formuler des questions avec tous les verbes pour he, she, it.
on place does devant le sujet. Does he work in an office? (et non He works in an office?)
on utilise doesnt pour formuler des phrases ngatives avec tous les verbes pour he, she, it.
Verbe il, elle Conjugaison
live, play, work lives, plays, works Ajouter s.
watch, finish watches, finishes Ajouter es aprs ch, sh, s, x.
study studies Supprimer y et ajouter ies aprs une
consonne + y.
do, go, have does, goes, has Formes irrgulires

be on nemploie pas do ou does avec be. Are you English? (et non Do you are
English?)
Unit 7 there is / there are; some/any
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
5inguIier theres a schooI. there isnt a hospiIaI.
PIurieI
there are some peopIe. there arent any bars.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
5inguIier is there a docIor? Yes, there is. no, there isnI.
PIurieI Are there any hoIeIs? Yes, there are. no, there arenI.
on utilise there is ou there are pour signifier que quelque chose ou quelquun existe.
Avec des pluriels on utilise some dans les phrases affirmatives. There are some people.
Avec des pluriels on utilise any dans les phrases ngatives et interrogatives. There arent any
bars. Are there any hotels?
Unit 8 Pronoms complments (Object pronouns)
Pronom sujeI Pronom
compImenI
i
you
he
she
it
we
they
me
you
him
her
it
us
them
He likes me.
i love you.
She hates him.
He hates her.
We dont like iI.
Come with us.
listen to Ihem.
on emploie les pronoms complments la place des noms. This is John. I love John him.
on place les pronoms complments derrire les verbes. He likes me. (et non He me likes.)
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Unit 9 Adverbes de temps (Adverbs of frequency)
100% 0%
always usually sometimes not usually never
on place les adverbes de temps devant un verbe principal.
I always have coffee for breakfast. (et non I have always coffee )
He doesnt usually drink beer. (et non He doesnt drink usually beer.)

be on place les adverbes de temps derrire be (am / are / is). Shes always happy. (et
non She always is happy.)
Unit 10 Prsent continu (Present continuous)
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
Conjugaison
im
Youre
He/She/its
Were
theyre
vorking.
im noI
You arenI
He/She/it isnI
We arenI
they arenI.
vorking.
les verbes qui se terminent par
e: live living
les verbes qui se terminent par
une voyelle + une consonne:
run running
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
Am i
Are you
Is he/she/it
Are we
Are they
vorking?
Yes, i am.
Yes, you are.
Yes, he/she/it is.
Yes, we are.
Yes, they are.
no, im noI.
no, you arenI.
no, he/she/it isnI.
no, we arenI.
no, they arenI.
on emploie le prsent continu pour parler dactivits en train de se drouler maintenant.
Unit 11 be: prtrit (Past simple)
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
on emploie was/were pour
parler du pass.
I was born in 1960.
They werent at home yesterday
evening.
Was the film good?
i vas
You vere
He/She/it vas
We vere
they vere
good.
i vasnI
You verenI
He/She/it vasnI
We verenI
they verenI
good.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
Was i
Were you
Was he/she/it good?
Were we
Were they
Yes, i vas.
Yes, you vere.
Yes, he/she/it vas.
Yes, we vere.
Yes, they vere.
no, i vasnI.
no, you verenI.
no, he/she/it vasnI.
no, we verenI.
no, they verenI.
Unit 12 Prtrit (Past simple: affirmative forms)
Verbes rguIiers. ajouIer -ed
Verbes PrIriI Conjugaison
work, like worked, liked Ajouter ed / d
study, try studied, tried
Supprimer y et ajouter ies aprs les verbes qui se
terminent par une consonne en y.
stop, plan stopped, planned
Ajouter une consonne + ed aux verbes qui se terminent
par une voyelle + une consonne.
Verbes irrguIiers. voir page 136
on emploie le prtrit pour parler du pass.
il y a une forme au pass pour chaque verbe (sauf be: was/were voir Unit 11).
I / You / He / She / It / We / They worked yesterday.
I / You / He / She / It / We / They went to London yesterday.
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Unit 13 Prtrit (Past simple): toutes les formes
forme a!!irmaIive forme ngaIive
on utilise did pour formuler des
questions avec tous les verbes sauf
be.
on place did devant le sujet.
Did you go shopping? (et non
You went shopping?)
on emploie didnt pour construire
des phrases ngatives avec tous les
verbes sauf be.
i
You
He/She/it
We
they
vorked.
venI.
i
You
He/She/it
We
they
didnI vork.
didnI go.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No

be on nutilise pas
did avec be. Were you
at work yesterday?
(et non Did you be
at work yesterday?)
Did i
Did you
Did he/she/it
Did we
Did they
vork?
go?
Yes, i did.
Yes, you did.
Yes, he/she/it did.
Yes, we did.
Yes, they did.
no, i didnI.
no, you didnI.
no, he/she/it didnI.
no, we didnI.
no, they didnI.
Unit 14 can
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
on utilise can pour parler de capacit.
on place can devant le sujet la
forme interrogative.
Can you swim? (et non You can
swim?)
i
You
He/She/it
We
they
can swim.
i
You
He/She/it
We
they
canI swim.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No

on nemploie pas
to aprs can. I can
swim. (et non
I can to swim.)
Can i
Can you
Can he/she/it
Can we
Can they
swim?
Yes, i can.
Yes, you can.
Yes, he/she/it can.
Yes, we can.
Yes, they can.
no, i canI.
no, you canI.
no, he/she/it canI.
no, we canI.
no, they canI.
Unit 15 (be) going to
A!!irmaIi! NgaIi!
im
Youre
He/She/its
Were
theyre
going Io come.
im noI
You arenI
He/She/it isnI
We arenI
they arenI
going Io come.
uesIion ponse Yes ponse No
Am i
Are you
Is he/she/it
Are we
Are they
going Io come?
Yes, i am.
Yes, you are.
Yes, he/she/it is.
Yes, we are.
Yes, they are.
no, im noI.
no, you arenI.
no, he/she/it isnI.
no, we arenI.
no, they arenI.
on emploie (be) going to pour parler de projets et intentions dans le futur.