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1. FAMILY 2. HUMAN RELATIONS 3. PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS 4. CHILDREN 5. DAILY ROUTINE 6. FREE TIME 7. HOLIDAY 8. TRAVEL 9. TRAFFIC AND DRIVING 10. TOWN AND SIGHTS 11. JOB 12. MONEY 13. SHOPPING 14. CLOTHES AND FASHION 15. FOOD AND DRINKS 16. COOKING AND EATING 17. HOME 18. HOUSEHOLD 19. SCHOOL AND EDUCATION 20. THE HUMAN BODY 21. PHYSICAL APPEARANCE 22. FEELINGS, EMOTIONS, MOODS 23. HUMAN QUALITIES 24. HEALTH AND ILLNESS 25. NATURE 26. CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT 27. MEDIA 28. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 29. STATE AND LAW 30. DEATH AND FUNERAL
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1. FAMILY

ADOPTION

MEMBERS PEOPLE

RELATIONSHIPS

LIFE STAGES

FAMILY
SPECIAL DAYS FAMILY TREE

HISTORY

FAMILY

immediate family nuclear family blended family childless family extended family maternal / paternal family one-parent family ancestor bachelor close / distant / blood relative cohabitation descendant divorced engaged family background family gathering family life family member family of four family relations family tree fiancé / husband-to-be
HUMAN BEINGS

fiancée / bride-to-be from one's father's side from one's mother's side generation gap grown-up husband marital status married married couple of / from the first marriage offspring single spinster the black sheep of the family widow widowed widower wife within the family to adopt to be divorced from sb to be one of the family to be pregnant
PERSONAL DATA

to be related to sb to be relation to sb to be widowed to bring up / to raise to come from a good family to expect a baby to get a divorce / to divorce to get divorced to get engaged to get married to give birth to a child to grow up to look after to marry into a family to marry sb to marry sb off to marry young to provide for (a wife, children) to raise a family / to start a family to remarry to separate / split-up to settle down What relation are you to Jim?

HUMAN BEINGS

PERSONAL DATA HEALTH APPEARANCE BODY

PEOPLE
PERSONALITY HUMAN RELATIONS SOCIETY

FEELINGS FAMILY

PERSONAL DATA NAME AGE SEX MARITAL STATUS HEIGHT WEIGHT NATIONALITY ADDRESS first name given name surname (AE) last name middle name nickname ADOPTION date of birth male place of birth female married single divorced E-MAIL ADDRESS ID FIND MORE CELL PHONE NUMBER SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER HERE at this address street number street apartment city / state zip code adoptive family children's home STAGES IN LIFE adolescence adolescent adult adulthood age group at the age of (eighteen) baby be born birth FAMILY HISTORY ancestors (pl) descendants (pl) family history foster care foster-child foster-parent orphan child / kid (informal) childhood death die elderly (person) generation grow up grown-up (informal) (n) marriage orphanage to adopt sb to be orphaned to lose one's family middle age middle-aged (person) OAP (BrE) (Old Age Pensioner) pensioner teenager toddler youth SEE ALSO: AGE family tree forebears (pl) genealogist genealogy origins (pl) past trace back ▲ .

FAMILY MEMBERS.) half brother half sister husband husband-to-be illegitimate (child) immediate family in-laws (pl) maternal / paternal family mother mother-in-law mum (AmE mom) (informal) mummy (informal) nephew niece nuclear family parent / parents (pl) partner relative sibling sibling rivalry single-parent family sister sister-in-law son son-in-law spouse (formal) stepbrother stepchild stepdaughter stepfather stepmother stepsister stepson twins triplets quad(ruplet) uncle wife wife-to-be PEOPLE ▲ ... PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE acquaintance adopted an only child ancestors / forefathers aunt best friend boyfriend brother brother-in-law children (pl) close friend couple cousin dad (informal) daddy (informal) daughter daughter-in-law divorced ex-husband ex-wife family member father father-in-law fiancé fiancée first-born foster children foster parents girlfriend grandchildren (pl) granddad (informal) granddaughter grandfather grandma (informal) grandmother grandpa (informal) grandparents (pl) grandson granny (informal) great-grand(father.

RELATIONSHIPS close relation distant relation (start/have/end) a relationship (with sb) be a role model be expecting (a child) be married (to sb) be pregnant be single break up (with sb) circle of friends SPECIAL DAYS anniversary best man birthday cake bonfire Bonfire Night (BrE) bouquet bride bridesmaid candle (Christmas / birthday) card celebrate (a birthday) (have a) celebration ceremony christening fall out (with sb) generation gap get divorced get engaged get married (to sb) get on well (with sb) go out (with sb) have a child have an argument (with sb) have a disagreement (with sb) have a row (with sb) make up (with sb) married couple marry (sb) relationship run away (from home) set an example split up (with sb) start a family Christmas / Christmas Eve church decorate (the Christmas tree) dress up / dress up as Easter enjoy (oneself) family gathering festival funeral get-together (bride)groom Halloween have a good time have fun honeymoon light (a candle / sparklers / a bonfire) look forward to (sth) maid of honour National Holiday New Year's Day New Year's Eve (give / get) presents registry office sparklers Thanksgiving (AmE) wedding wedding reception (bride's / bridegroom's) witness HOLIDAYS ▲ .

NOTES ▲ .FAMILY TREE Describe Mike's family tree.

2. HUMAN RELATIONS LOVE FRIENDSHIP DATE SEX HUMAN RELATIONS COMMUNICATION SKILLS PROBLEMS WEDDING MARRIAGE .

FRIENDSHIP lifelong / lasting friendship best / good / close / old / mutual friend my circle of friends mate (inf) / buddy (inf) to be friends with sb to strike up a friendship with sb LOVE declaration / sign of love flirtation / flirtatious holiday romance infatuation inseparable couple love (inf) / sweetheart (spoken) love affair love at first sight love for sb love nest love triangle platonic / puppy love secret admirer serious / intimate / sexual relationship the love of one’s life undying / true love unrequited love to attract sb to be crazy / mad / nuts (inf) about sb to be flattered to be head over heels in love to be in love with sb to be intimate with sb to be made for each other to become infatuated with sb to dream of sb to express one’s love for sb to eye sb to fall (madly) in love with sb to fall out of love to feign indifference to flirt with sb to give attention to sb to have a crush on sb to hide one's desire for sb to long for sth to show one's feelings to take an interest in sb You mean a lot to me. to become friends to make friends with sb to meet to have a lot in common to see sb a lot to get along with sb to understand each other's problems to trust sb to confide in sb to get sth off one's chest to let sb down / disappoint sb ▲ .

DATE (blind) date dating agency matchmaker steady girlfriend to date sb to fail to get to know each other better to go out on a first date to go out together SEX to go out with sb / date sb to make a good match to match sb up with sb to meet sb through a lonely heart’s ad to pick up sb / chat sb up to see each other to steal / pinch sb’s girlfriend to take a short break (French) kiss (sexual) intercourse (frml) first sexual experience gay heterosexual homosexual lesbian one-night stand (inf) passionately casual sex premarital sex safe / unprotected sex preservation / condom registered partnership venereal disease virgin to be just (good) friends to be sexually active to cuddle to have safe sex to have sex / sleep with sb to have sexual contact to kiss to kiss gently to lose one's virginity to make love to / with sb to pass (a disease) on by sexual contact to protect against sth to seduce sb to sleep around to sleep together to use contraception ▲ .

WEDDING hen's party (BrE) / bridal shower (AmE) stag night (BrE) / bachelor party (AmE) best man bride bridegroom / groom bridesmaid dowry marriage vows newlyweds proposal shotgun wedding the big day MARRIAGE (un)happy marriage loveless marriage stormy marriage arranged marriage to rush into a marriage to marry sb for love to be happily married to make sb happy to respect each other respect for sb MARITAL STATUS marital status married unmarried single trousseau veil train wedding card wedding invitation wedding ceremony wedding dress / wedding gown wedding presents / wedding gifts wedding procession wedding reception white wedding to come to one's wedding to cut the wedding cake to exchange wedding rings to go somewhere on one's honeymoon to have a church wedding to have a civil wedding to make / draw up the guest list to make a speech to make one’s marriage vows to perform traditional rituals to propose a toast to propose to sb to send wedding invitations tolerance towards sb to have a good relationship We work well together. harmonious / equal relationship married couple her ex-husband / future husband his lawful wife devoted husband marriage vows marriage certificate bachelor spinster widow widower marriage settlement marriage of convenience marital problems henpecked husband breadwinner to wear the trousers / pants (inf) marriage guidance counselling breakdown / breakup of marriage separated divorced SEE ALSO: ▲ FAMILY LIFE .

COMMUNICATION SKILLS authoritative body language crucial deceptive gesture posture receptive spell-checker surveillance text messaging unspoken verbal / nonverbal to be conscious of to blurt out to clarify to convey feelings / ideas to deceive to flatter to gabble / mumble to give hints to gossip / to spread rumours to hold back to indicate to interact with to observe to perceive to purse one's lips to strike up to stutter to tilt one's head SOCIAL GAPS age difference censorship civil rights committed discrimination / segregation diversity equality / inequality freedom of speech gender / gender gap generation gap globalization infantile / mature inferior / superior language barrier political opposites poverty prejudice privacy stereotype / stereotyped / stereotypical tolerant value to be excluded from to be out of touch to break taboos to get on with to humiliate / humiliation to impose one's views on somebody to provoke to stem from to stick out to take for granted ▲ .

3. PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS ARGUMENTS PROBLEMS PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS INFIDELITY BREAKUP .

. She got tired of him.) to do sth on purpose to fade away to feel small / feel humiliated to hurt sb’s feelings to make a fuss about little things to make a scene to make concessions to misuse sb’s trust / kindness to order sb around / about to put sb down / belittle sb to put up with sth to reconcile oneself with sth to reproach / blame sb for sth to resign oneself to sth to ruin sb's life to rule the roost (inf) to stand humiliation to suffer from jealousy to twist sb round one’s little finger to start afresh ▲ . to be at fault to be at the end of one's rope to be disappointed in sb to be furious with sb / be mad at sb to be indifferent / apathetic to sth/sb to be jealous of sb to be resigned to sth to be rude to sb to become estranged from sb to complaint / moan about sth to defend oneself from / against sth / sb to dictate to die down / cool (excitement.PROBLEMS aggressive alcoholic / liar blackmail domestic violence / to beat sb egoist emotional estrangement gambler heartless henpecked husband in a fit of temper intolerable / unbearable lack of respect / tolerance obstinate / stubborn poor soul possessive / domineering / bossy pure / absolute / sheer hell quick-tempered selfish tyrant unhealthy jealousy vulnerable womanizer He is completely under her thumb..

INFIDELITY (un)faithful to sb adulterer adultery extramarital affair unfaithful man / woman ARGUMENTS to drive sb crazy / nuts (inf) to have enough of sb to interfere / meddle in sth to get angry / get cross with sb to lose one's temper row / quarrel / fight / clash to have a row / a quarrel / a fight to provoke sb into a fight to fight over / about sth BREAKUP breakup / split-up / separation to break up / split up / separate to live apart to leave / desert sb for sb else deserted wife / husband to dump sb (inf) to be dumped to reproach oneself for sth qualms / remorse to regret sth to end in divorce / to get a divorce to break up the family to cheat on sb to commit adultery to forgive sb of / for sth to play around with sb to have an affair to know of his / her infidelity to let bygones be bygones to two-time sb (inf) to call sb names to fall out with sb to dress sb down / tell sb off to shout / scream at sb to insult sb by sth to be offended at / by sth to feel offended to take offence to take sth personally to take sth the wrong way not speak to each other to give way to apologize for sth to ask / beg for sb’s forgiveness attempts at reconciliation to make a compromise to forgive sb for sth to make up to threaten with a divorce to file a petition for divorce reasons / grounds for divorce divorce settlement to go one's separate ways to get over sth / cope with sth / manage sth to go back together again to patch up (one's marriage) to go wrong to be on the rocks (inf) to break sb's heart ▲ .

4. CHILDREN BABIES UPBRINGING BEHAVIOUR GAMES CHILDREN PROBLEMS OF YOUNG PEOPLE .

buggy (BrE) / stroller (AmE) to behave oneself / behave well to ignore sb to talk back / answer back to sb to tease each other childish prank to make a lot of noise to get up to not stick at anything for long to fool around / mess around to show off to be cheeky to sb to push a pram highchair to soil bib to howl to cry to hush the crying baby to gurgle / babble baby talk / babble to go potty / potty to toilet-train to pee (inf) to poo (inf) wet / soiled nappy nursery / crèche / kindergarten / nursery school Kids.BABIES to be expecting a baby to give birth to a baby unborn baby test-tube baby The baby is due in March. what are you getting up to upstairs? to romp around / romp about to fight over sth to use bad language telling tales / sneaking telltale / sneak to tell on sb / sneak on sb to pester sb to play (sb) up ▲ . to be born to be premature / be early to be overdue / be late newborn toddler baby boy baby girl to breast-feed to bottle-feed to suck one’s thumb CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR child / kid (inf) good naughty / bad (spoken) well-behaved bad-mannered obedient disobedient unmanageable unify boisterous relentless problem / difficult child dummy to change a nappy cloth nappies disposable nappies changing table / mat to cradle sb in sb’s arms on sb's lap cradle cot carrycot to rock baby walker playpen rattle pram (BrE) / baby carriage (AmE) pushchair.

...CHILDREN'S GAMES a game of (hide-and-seek.) ▲ ....) to play tag to teach sth through play UPBRINGING as a punishment excessive permissiveness family background not be allowed to do sth physical / corporal punishment sensible spoilt / spoiled brat (inf) stubborn to be a good boy / girl to be an example to sb to be at one's wits' end to be firm to be grounded to be strict / soft with sb to bring up to deserve punishment to disapprove of sth to forbid sb to do sth to get a scolding / get told off to get angry / get cross with sb to give sb a slap to ground sb to have trouble with sb to hold sb up as an example to learn one's lesson to make sb angry to need a firm hand to pamper to praise sb for sth to punish to scold sb for sth to soften sb up to spank sb to spoil to take sb's side to talk sb out of sth to talk to a brick wall to talk to sb seriously to tame sb to tell sb off to warn sb / give sb a warning wooden toy soldier to get tired playing to play hide-and-seek to play with (a doll.) blind man’s buff in the playground soft squeaky toy car teddy (bear) to chase each other to play at (soldiers.

.) teenagers / youngsters / kids (inf) the youth / young people (of today) TV / video game addict uncommunicative youth youth culture to be a gang member to be in conflict with one's parents to become withdrawn to betray sb’s trust to confide in sb to experiment with sth to feel grown-up to get / fall into bad company to go through puberty to go to parties to hang around to hang out with sb (inf) to join a gang to keep pace with sth / sb to party (inf) to retreat into oneself / one's fantasy ▲ . daughter..PROBLEMS OF YOUNG PEOPLE adolescent adolescent behaviour at puberty copycat (inf) drug addiction emotionally unstable frictions gang / group independent of the family moody outsider oversensitive peer group peer pressure peers smoking taking drugs teenage / adolescent (rebellion.

5. DAILY ROUTINE IN THE MORNING DO GENERAL IN THE AFTERNOON DAILY ROUTINE CHORES HAVE TIME FOR BED GO .

DAILY ROUTINE babysit bring up (children) brush (one's) teeth (domestic / household) chores clean clear up commute get dressed get ready (for bed / school) get up lie down lie in look after (children) (make / prepare) meals provide (for the family) put on (clothes) raise (children) run the home set off share the chores (with sb) stay up late take (the children to school) take (the dog for a walk) take care (of children) take turns (to do housework) travel (to school / to work) vacuum wake up walk (to school / to work) DO do housework the cooking the dusting the ironing the shopping the washing the washing-up go GO to bed (early / late) to school to the office to work out have HAVE a meal breakfast lunch tea dinner supper a rest have / take a nap have (AmE take) a shower have (AmE take) a bath CHORES ▲ .

... to catch a bus / train.. to walk to work to be punctual / a latecomer to get to work late / in time to be late / in time (for a place) a delay of (about 20 minutes) ▲ . to miss a bus / train..IN THE MORNING to wake (up) to wake sb up to be (wide) awake to oversleep (for work) to get up early / late to be an early bird / riser to sleep in night owl to jump out of bed to crawl out of bed to drag sb out of bed to yawn to stretch to set the alarm clock for (7:00) to go off at (7:00) to do one's morning routine to do / take exercise to have / take a quick shower to have a wash in cold water to brush / clean one's teeth toothbrush toothpaste to comb / do one’s hair comb to have a shave to do one's make-up to have a look at oneself in the mirror to get dressed to put sth on to get undressed to take sth off to walk the dog to have sth for breakfast to skip breakfast to have a quick breakfast to do sth in a rush to take one's time to be in a hurry / rush to rush sb rush to commute to work to go to work by car / by bus..

IN THE AFTERNOON to leave work to collect the children (from a place) to do the shopping to do the cleaning to do the cooking to relax to spend one's free time to get one's things ready for the next day to watch TV to watch sth on TV to take a bath to take a shower CHORES TIME FOR BED insomnia sleeping pill sleepy snoring till late at night to be (sound / fast) asleep to be a light / heavy sleeper to count sheep to doze / nod off to doze off / nod off / drop off to dream about sth to fall asleep / go to sleep to go to bed to have nightmares to read to sleep to sleep like a log (inf) to sleep sth off to sleepwalk to snore to spend a sleepless night to stay awake all night to stay up / sit up to stay up late to take a walk before bed to talk in one's sleep ▲ .

FREE TIME EQUIPMENT SPORTS HOBBY HOLIDAYS GENERAL VOCABULARY VISITS FREE TIME TRAVELLING LEISURE TOURISM ARTS .6.

to go to the cinema / theatre to have (some days .FREE TIME collector handyman hobby / interest / pastime lazing about / lazing around a good company an evening out sociable / outgoing to attend language courses to be an amateur actor to be enthusiastic about sth to be keen on sth to busy oneself with sth to chat / gossip with sb on the phone VISITS a visit to sb / a call on sb quick / (un) expected visit to drop in on sb to go to see sb to come over to come for (the weekend) to enjoy a well-earned rest to forget about sth to get out of town to give sth a whirl (inf) / a go (inf) to go down to the pub / park to go in for sth to go jogging to go out to go out for a beer / meal.) off to keep sb company to pass the time to be on a (short) visit to have somebody over to have a visitor / visitors / company to offer sth to drink to return a visit to practise yoga to relax / take a rest to slob out / slob around to socialize / go out to spend time doing sth to take a good rest to take dancing / music lessons to take one’s mind off sth to take time out (to do sth) to unwind (inf) / chill (out) (inf) to walk through the forest to while away the evening etc. LEISURE TIME ask (sb) out / go out (with friends) entertainment go (swimming / dancing / to a concert) have / take up a hobby have / throw / go to a party listen (to music / to the radio) outdoors (adv) ▲ EQUIPMENT YOU NEED pass time / spend time / free time play (cards / chess / tennis / basketball) play (the piano / the drums) play (video / computer / board) games read (books / magazines / comics) take up (swimming / bowling / a hobby) watch (TV / a video) LEISURE SEE ALSO: SPORTS .. We’re expecting company this evening. We played cards to pass the time.. not be in to take off one’s coat / jacket etc. Make yourself comfortable...

SPORTS GAMES DOING A SPORT PLAY – GO – DO SPORTS PEOPLE TOURISM PLACES SPORTS SUMMER WINTER EXTREME EQUIPMENT INDOOR OUTDOOR VERBS MORE .

PLAY .GO .DO PLAY GO DO ▲ ▼ GAMES .ING OTHER CHESS FOOTBALL RUGBY GOLF SKIING DIVING SAILING HIKING AEROBICS KARATE MOTORCROSS GYMNASTICS TENNIS SOCCER POLO HOCKEY CYCLING SURFING CLIMBING CANOEING TAEKWONDO JUDO ATHLETICS BOXING .

GAMES – SPORTS GAMES SPORTS CHESS VOLLEYBALL RUGBY GOLF BRIDGE SKIING DIVING SAILING HIKING JOGGING FISHING TENNIS BASKETBALL POLO HOCKEY BILLIARDS KARATE JUDO ATHLETICS BOXING AEROBICS MOTORCROSS ▲ .

VERBS BEAT COMPETE CLAP CLIMB DRIVE FLY JOG HIT JUMP KICK RACE RUN SCORE SHOUT SKATE SKI SUPPORT SURF THROW TAKE UP WATCH PLAY DO WIN LOSE DRAW ACTION VERBS ▲ .

PEOPLE SPORTSMAN ATHLET RUNNER PLAYER COMPETITOR CONTESTANT ARCHER JUMPER SUPPORTER FAN TRAINER COACH INSTRUCTOR PEOPLE CROWD SPECTATOR REFEREE UMPIRE JUDGE OFFICIALS ▲ ▼ .

WRESTLING GYM (NASIUM) TABLE PITCH / FIELD COURT COURSE SLOPE POOL RING RINK . BASKETBALL GOLF SKIING. PING PONG FOOTBALL. DIVING SKATING. SOCCER. TRACK-AND-FIELD EVENTS GYMNASTICS TABLE TENNIS. VOLLEYBALL. FIGURE SKATING BOXING. SKI-JUMPING SWIMMING. GRASS HOCKEY TENNIS.PLACES PLACE SPORT TRACK STADIUM / SPORTS CENTRE ATHLETICS.

FISHHOOK FOOTBALL BOW. BALL BOARD.EQUIPMENT SPORT EQUIPMENT SPORT EQUIPMENT ANGLING ARCHERY ROD. ARROW CHESS FENCING SKIING SKATING RUNNING SWIMMING GOAL. NET BADMINTON SHUTTLECOCK . MEN SABRE SKIS SKATES RUNNING SHOES BASEBALL BAT BOXING CRICKET GOLF HOCKEY GLOVES BAT CLUB STICK. PUCK SWIMSUIT PING PONG BAT ROWING SQUASH OAR RACKET BASKETBALL BASKET TENNIS RACKET.

EXTREME SPORTS SCUBA DIVING BALLOONING SKY DIVING PARAGLIDING EXTREME SPORTS HANG GLIDING GLIDING WHITE-WATER RAFTING MOUNTAINEERING ▲ BUNGEE JUMPING .

INDOOR .OUTDOOR INDOOR OUTDOOR BOXING PING PONG SQUASH BASKETBALL FENCING FIGURE SKATING ▲ ROWING GOLF FOOTBALL SKIING GRASS HOCKEY SAILING .

WINTER SUMMER SPORTS WINTER SPORTS GOLF MARATHON WINDSURFING SAILING FOOTBALL CHESS FENCING ▲ SKIING BANDY BIATHLON TOBOGGANING SNOWBOARDING BASKETBALL BOXING .SUMMER .

PEOPLE. squash. PLACES amateur / professional bat champion championship coach competition / contest / tournament (tennis. badminton) court doping / drug test draw field game goal / goalkeeper gym (gymnasium) ice skates (pl) net Olympic Games (football / rugby / hockey) pitch practice (noun) / 37lavor37g (verb) racket referee / umpire (ice / skating) rink score ski slope spectator / supporter / fan sports equipment sports facilities (pl) stadium (hockey) stick team sport / individual sport track tracksuit train turn professional work out ▲ .SPORTS AND SPORTSPEOPLE (figure / speed) skating (long / high / triple) jump archer archery athlete athletics (singular) baseball basketball boxer boxing cross-country skiing discus diver / diving downhill skiing fencer / fencing football (AmE soccer) golf golfer gymnast gymnastics hammer throw(ing) handball hockey hurdle indoor sports (pl) javelin marathon marathon runner pole vault pole vaulter race rollerblades (pl) rollerblading rollerskating run runner shot put(ting) shot putter skateboard skateboarding skater ski jump ski-jumper skier / skiing sledding sprint sprinter sumo wrestling swimmer swimming tennis / table tennis volleyball water polo water sports (pl) weightlifter weightlifting windsurfer windsurfing wrestle wrestling EVENTS.

DOING A SPORT do play go aerobics high / long jump judo football bridge tennis riding skiing swimming score a goal a point a game a match a game a match a record win lose set break equal the discus throw the javelin the hammer .

handball to do a sport to be into a sport (informal) to do aerobics. to ski. ‘Jack goes swimming’ means that he is not a professional swimmer.). which is done professionally / competitively Some sport verbs are never used with play / do / go (to box.) when we speak about sport. It’s his hobby and he doesn’t do it regularly. tennis. ‘Jack swims’ means that he is a professional swimmer who takes part in competitions. etc.WHAT WE DO WITH SPORT to play a sport when we speak about games in which one tries to win against another person or team when we speak about a sport that is not a team sport (it has a more general meaning) to play football. etc. ▲ . exercise when we speak about being interested or absorbed in sport She is into jogging. gymnastics. to go V-ing (to go swimming / skiing) when we speak about sport activity. to wrestle. which is not done professionally to V (to swim.

7. HOLIDAY ON HOLIDAY HOTEL ACCOMODATION BEACH HOLIDAY CAMPING SPORTS TOURISM .

single / double / twin / family room suite three-star hotel wake-up call service with a bath to be occupied to check in / book into a hotel to check out of a hotel (by 10 o’clock) to fill in the form to get / leave one’s key to have no vacancy / fully booked / booked up to pay the bill to put sb up to put up at (a hotel) for the night to reserve / book a room (in advance) to stay at / in a hotel to try one’s luck elsewhere in / at / during high / peak season in the low season / off season ▲ .. hotel staff including breakfast inn maid / chambermaid motel / youth hostel nonstop / friendly / helpful service reservation / booking in the name of...ON HOLIDAY car hire holiday abroad holiday destination holiday resort holiday snaps holidaymaker romantic holiday seaside holiday seaside hotel the ideal place for a holiday to be on holiday to book a package tour to come back / return from holiday to enjoy one’s holiday to get out of town to go camping to go on holiday to go on one’s own to go sightseeing to have a holiday to have a nice time to pack / unpack one’s things to rent / hire a car to spend one’s holiday (at the cottage) to take (a few) days off work to take a holiday to take a photo of sth / sb HOTEL ACCOMMODATION accommodation at the hotel air-conditioning at the reception desk B & B (Bed and Breakfast) bellboy / bellhop boarding house / guest house desk clerk / receptionist full board / half board guest hotel room / bar / lobby..

BEACH sandy / shingle / nude beach sand sea wave to have a swim to go for a swim swimsuit bikini beach towel beach ball CAMPING swimming belt sandcastle shell to walk on the beach beach umbrella deckchair to lie / lie around on the beach to sunbathe to sunburn to get tanned / get a tan to lie in the sun / in the shade suntan lotion / oil / cream sunglasses protection against the sun sunhat sunstroke / heatstroke overheating to avoid (the) sunshine to dive lifeguard to splash about / around to camp to pitch camp / make camp campsite water supply toilets tent tent pole rope peg shelter caravan to put up / pitch a tent to take down a tent sheet ground sheet waterproof sleeping bag air mattress mosquito net insect repellent TOURISM ▲ .

8. TRAVEL BY RAIL TOURISM TRANSPORT BY AIR TRAVELLING ON FOOT BY BIKE BY SEA .

BY RAIL TRAINS aisle carriage compartment corner seat corridor couchette dining car / buffet car engine engine driver express / high-speed train freight / goods train guard / conductor AT THE RAILWAY STATION (main) railway station arrival arrive at / in bookstall buffet / refreshment departure entrance information board left-luggage office platform ticket office / booking office single ticket return ticket station hall timetable train / rail fare vending machine waiting room way out to be / arrive on time to be delayed What’s the fare? luggage rack luggage van passenger train rails railway sleeping car / sleeper stopping train through train timetable train dispatcher train journey / ride traveler / passenger wagon window seat to catch / get a train to change to derail to get off a train to get on / board a train to go by train to pull into a station to pull out of a station to travel via (a place) ▲ .

BY AIR PLANES AND FLIGHTS aeroplane / (air)plane / aircraft passenger plane / airliner jumbo jet helicopter (private) jet (hot air) balloon glider aboard / on board the plane aisle business class cabin captain cockpit economy class AT THE AIRPORT a delay of (2 hours) air ticket announcement arrivals lounge baggage claim boarding card carousel customs departure lounge departures / arrivals destination gate number flight attendant flight crew hand luggage landing gear on the plane overhead locker pilot / co-pilot propeller row seat window / aisle seat seat belt to fly a plane to go by plane HAVE A NICE FLIGHT! immigration information board metal detector passport control runway safe / smooth / bumpy landing security check take-off terminal transit lounge trolley / cart visa wing to fly-altitude route turbulence to be airsick to crash air crash to book / cancel a flight domestic / international flight scheduled flight charter flight connecting flight connection budget flight non-stop / direct flight X-ray machine to be slightly / badly / seriously delayed to catch / miss a plane to check in / check-in desk to collect one’s luggage to get off a plane to get on / board a plane to land / touch down to take off to taxi to weigh excess luggage ▲ .

BY SEA anchor / at anchor barge boat (ride / excursion) berth bridge buoy cabin calm / rough sea captain cargo ship / freighter castaway catamaran coastguard cruise ship / liner / ocean liner cruiser deck dinghy disembarkation dock ebb embarkation engine room ferry fishing boat gangway 46lavor hold houseboat hovercraft lifeboat lighthouse mast motorboat oil tanker on board passenger passenger ship pier / jetty quay port powerboat prow / bow raft rigging rudder sailing boat sailor sails shipwreck shipyard steamship stern submarine survivor tanker the crew tide vessel voyage / cruise wave yacht to be in port to be seasick to be shipwrecked to board a ship to come into port to drop anchor to embark / to disembark to get off a ship to leave port to moor to sail to set sail for (a place) to sink to weigh anchor ▲ .

ON FOOT exhausting hike / trek hiker hiking / trekking on foot rucksack / backpack BY BICYCLE bike / bicycle bike rack brake brake lever by bike chain child seat crossbar cycle lane cycle path cycling cyclist / rider gear lever handlebars helmet inner tube kickstand lock mudguards pedal pump puncture rear light reflector saddle sprocket wheel to go for a bike ride to ride a bike / to cycle strenuous (climb) to go hiking to hike (the Rocky mountains) to hitchhike to pick up a hitchhiker to walk TOURISM TRIPS CRUISE EXCURSION FLIGHT STOPOVER DAY TRIP EXTENDED STAY FLYING VISIT WEEKEND BREAK ▲ ▼ .

return) (to apply for a) visa boarding card travel insurance TRANSPORTATION to hitch-hike to go on foot to catch a bus / train / plane to go by bus / train / plane ACTIVITIES TRAVEL (air) steward(ess) pilot travel agent tour guide (coach) driver customs officer to go sightseeing to sunbathe to go hiking to go surfing to go on a shopping spree TYPE OF HOLIDAY a package holiday to go camping to stay in a caravan to go on a cruise to go self-catering OCCUPATIONS ▲ .TRAVEL PAPERS (to change) 48lavor48g48 cheques (to make a) reservation tickets (single.

TRAFFIC AND DRIVING TRAFFIC PEOPLE CAR ROADS DRIVING TRAFFIC AND DRIVING PROBLEMS MEANS OF TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS GIVING DIRECTIONS .9.

MEANS OF TRANSPORT aeroplane (AmE airplane) / aircraft ambulance bicycle (informal bike) boat / ship bulldozer bus / double-decker (bus) camper / caravan car coach (BrE) dust cart TRAFFIC at a speed of 50 kmph at high / low speed at the (next) crossroads blind crossing breathalyzer (test) busy / clear road car park cat’s eye clearly-marked roadway crash barrier crossroads diversion drunk-driving fine / wheel clamp flyover heavy traffic main thoroughfare ferry fire engine hearse jeep liner lorry (AmE truck) minibus moped motorbike / motorcycle roller scooter taxi (AmE cab) train tram trolleybus (the London) tube (informal) underground (AmE subway) van yacht SEE ALSO HERE one-way street parking meter / (disabled) parking road safety roadway roadwork roundabout sharp / double / blind bend speed trap / speeding traffic jam traffic lights / traffic sign traffic rules / regulations traffic violation / offence traffic warden / to control traffic underpass warning zebra crossing to be fined for (a parking violation) to be hit by a car to be stuck in heavy traffic to break sth to breathalyze to commit an offence to comply with sth to crawl to cross against the red to cross the road to follow / obey / observe sth to get caught in rush-hour to go at top/full speed to jump the lights to look out to run out into the road to be disqualified from driving to disqualify sb from driving ▲ .

DRIVING along / up / down a road at / by / on the roadside driving ground driving lesson driving school in the direction of (Prague) inside / middle / outside lane main road / side / back road on a road reverse gear road map tankful (of petrol) three-lane road / motorway to accelerate / speed up to back / reverse / go backwards to back / reverse the car into (the garage) to back / reverse the car out of (the garage) to back the car up to be in gear to blow / beep / sound / honk the horn to brake (sharply / hard) to change down to change gear to change lanes SEE ALSO: to concentrate on driving to crash the car to curve / turn to do (fifty) 51lavor51g5151 to fasten (a seat belt) to fill up the tank at a petrol station to gather speed to get lost to give (the right of) way to go round the bend to go straight to have the right of way to hit the brakes to indicate to knock smb down to learn to drive to lose one’s driving licence to obtain one’s driving licence to overtake (on a bend) to park to pass sth to pay a toll to pull in / over / out to put / slam on the brakes to put the car in gear to release the clutch slowly to rev up the engine to run (a red light) to run on unleaded petrol to run out of (petrol) to signal oncoming car direction to skid to somersault to slow down to speed to speed up / accelerate to start (the engine) to start (up) sth / get sth started to stop / pull up to stop at red lights to stop in a lay-by to strap oneself in / buckle up to swerve to switch / turn the ignition on to take the car out of gear to tow (away) to turn into / onto to turn off (the motorway) TRAVELLING ▲ .

CAR EXTERIOR aerial bodywork bonnet boot brake light bumper door doorhandle INTERIOR accelerator air conditioning airbag anti-lock braking system (ABS) brake car radio central locking system child seat clutch CAR ACCIDENTS careless / reckless driver collision / crash fatal road accidents to cause an accident to collide (head-on) to crash into / hit sth to do some damage to drive one’s car into a ditch to end up in (a place) to exceed / break the speed limit to go like a madman to have a close shave / a narrow escape to overturn to report an accident to run off the road to skid / go into a skid to swerve at the last moment exhaust pipe fog light front / rear wheels headlight hubcap indicator numberplate petrol cap rear light rear window reflector reverse light roof roofrack sidelight side-view / wing mirror sunroof trailer tyre windscreen windscreen wiper wing dashboard front / back seat headrest fuel gauge gear lever heater controls horn ignition ignition key manual / automatic gearbox odometer rear-view mirror rev(olution) rev counter satellite navigation seat belt speedometer steering wheel temperature gauge warning light ▲ .

PROBLEMS WITH A CAR (spark)plug antifreeze bald tyre breakdown lorry / truck car service chassis defective brakes engine flat / charged battery jack mechanic old banger petrol tank point puncture radiator silencer spare parts spare tyre leak to be leaking to be left stranded to be slipping to change / replace to check for sth to fit sth to fix the trouble to give sb a tow to have a breakdown to overhaul to pull to recharge the battery to remove sth / take sth off to rescue to top up to tow (to a place) tow service warning triangle worn-out / used wrench ▲ .

DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RING ROAD BYPASS LANE ROADS FLYOVER TRACK MOTORWAY MORE ▲ .

...ROADS..... STREETS AND THEIR ELEMENTS alley avenue back street blind alley / dead end bumps bus lane bypass cross street crossroads detour ditch exit express lane flyover fork hard shoulder high street junction kerb lane level crossing motorway one-way-street park pavement petrol station pothole road roundabout side street speed bump square street street light street sign / road sign taxi rank T-junction traffic island traffic lights tunnel two-lane motorway underpass zebra crossing / pedestrian crossing PEOPLE ON THE STREET. keep on going for .... minutes pass through .? continue driving for.. ROAD bystander car / bus driver cyclist fare-dodger motorcyclist GIVING DIRECTIONS bang a right / left bear left / right can you tell me how to get to. take a right / left take a right-hand / left-hand turn take the first turning on the right / left turn right / left veer to the right / left passenger passer-by pedestrian road worker / workmen / maintenance worker street sweeper ticket inspector traffic policeman traffic warden walker ▲ ..minutes go down to go straight through ......

TOWN AND SIGHTS TOWN AND CITY STREET TOWN TRAFFIC SIGHTS .10.

TOWN amusement park big town / city small town botanical garden built-up area tram bustling / lively sports centre capital community drain dull entertainment (centre) a wide choice of entertainment factory fare fire station home town hospital housing estate / neighbourhood in a suburb indoor swimming pool industrial / historical town industrial / shopping / zone industry inhabitant job opportunities line migration mist and pollution municipal authorities municipal elections museum neighbourhood / district / area new housing on the outskirts overcrowded pedestrian zone playground police station population population density public transport railway / bus station refuse / rubbish dump refuse collection rising crime run-down buildings sanitation services sewage disposal plant sewer skyscraper slum souvenirs / gift shop square stop subway theatre tourist information town / municipal council town / urban planning town centre town 57lavor57g57 town hall transport trolley underground urban development urban renewal urban sprawl waste within reach of public zoological garden / zoo to be a safe place to live to be surrounded by noise to go into town ▲ .

STREET alley busy / quiet / crowded street cobbled street curb / kerb deserted / empty street high / shopping street litter bin / dustbin pavement pedestrian / passer-by side / back street street corner street crime street lamp street musicians to be full of litter / be littered to drop litter to live on the streets to walk the street (after dark) SIGHTS to see the sights / do some sightseeing to go sightseeing to show sb the sights to take sb round the sights sightseeing tour sightseeing coach guided tour itinerary to get lost guide book to be situated / be located to (be) spread out to found / establish to originate date of foundation origin to date back to (the 13th century) ancient medieval style late early Romanesque Gothic Renaissance Baroque modern / classic architecture a fine example of (Gothic) architecture ▲ .

SIGHTS to be preserved to burn down well-preserved destroyed ruins remains to consist of sth to form to restore / renovate to convert into sth to be (partly) restored / rebuilt to rank among sth to be rich in sth monument / memorial chateau castle tower town gate town walls fortification column fountain residence / seat monastery convent church chapel tomb catacombs cathedral basilica chamber statue mosque temple synagogue steeple / spire arch dome vault cornice pillar observation tower outskirts / environs a place of pilgrimage to admire to explore to be worth seeing well-known little-known to be famous / renowned for sth significant notable (feature / example.) to be notable for sth interesting fascinating / breathtaking impressive magnificent / splendid the charm of the place popular tourist attraction to attract huge numbers of tourists to pay the entrance fee free of charge to wander around tiredness to get sick and tired of sth (spoken) to become overloaded with sth ▲ ...

JOB EMPLOYMENT APPLYING FOR A JOB TERMS PEOPLE JOBS JOB JOB SAFETY CAREER LEAVING A JOB .11.

EMPLOYMENT WORKFORCE / PEOPLE AT WORK assistant blue-collar worker white-collar worker boss chief executive (un)demanding (un)rewarding (un)skilled badly-paid challenging dead-end job dull / boring enjoyable TYPES OF JOBS colleague department head employee employer executive foreman freelancer labourer line manager management manager personnel professional self-employed senior responsible self-employed skilled work steady stressful well-paid staff / team subordinate superior supervisor worker DESCRIPTION OF A JOB exhausting fulfilling interesting lucrative mentally / physically draining monotonous motivating repetitive casual freelance from home full time / full-time holiday intellectual manual nine-to-five odd on call part time / part-time permanent physical work piece-work seasonal sedentary shiftwork summer temporary ▲ .

TERMS backlog benefits bonus burned out busy contract for mandate contract for specific work deadline demotion department (personnel department) drudgery duties / duty earnings (pl) employed employment fee flexible / fixed hours flexitime fringe benefits full-time / part-time job full-timer hard work headquarters income indispensable leave line of work manage management maternity cover maternity leave off duty on duty on-the-job training overtime overworked part-timer pay / salary / wage a piece-rate wage pay cut / reduction in salary pay rise payment perks (perquisites) / fringe benefits position / post promotion prospect raise (noun) remuneration retirement (age) shift sick leave staff strain teamwork trade union training unemployed unemployment unpaid leave (un)skilled work vocation work placement working environment working hours / worktime working terms workload JOB WORK TRADE OCCUPATION PROFESSION USEFUL EXPRESSIONS ▲ .EMPLOYMENT.

a firm) to shirk (a duty) to slow down to stand in (for sb) to take a day off to take over (from sb) to take things easy to train to work / do overtime to work double shifts to work for (sb) to work freelance to work from home to work long hours to work (morning) shifts to work on commission to work oneself to death to work under sb ▲ ..USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to appoint to a post to assist to be familiar with sth to be in charge (of sth / sb) to be on call to be on the dole to be out of a job / to be unemployed to be out of work to be overwhelmed by / with (paperwork) to be overworked to be paid a piece-rate wage to be responsible (for sth / sb) to be self-employed to be swamped with sth to break down to change a job to clock in / out to clock off (informal) to clock on (informal) to commute to work to concentrate (on sth) to demote to do / work overtime to do a job to do piecework to do shiftwork to do sth for a living to do the donkey work to downshift / slow down to earn one’s living (as) to employ / hire to employ sb / take sb on to feel / be ready for sth to fill in (for sb) to find a job to fire / sack to freelance to gain experience to get a pay rise / a raise to get promoted to get sacked to give (a three-month) notice to give (sb) a hand to give up a job / quit to go on leave to go slow to hand in one’s notice to hand in one’s resignation to have one’s own business to hold a post / position to introduce sb to live off (music.. interest from savings.) to look for work / a job to make / earn a living to make a loss to make a profit to malinger to manage sth to moonlight to move (an employee) sideways to pile up to procrastinate to promote to report to sb to resign to retire to run (a company.

APPLYING FOR A JOB (elementary. intermediate. advanced) level (in) decisive (in) experienced (in) sufficient a position / post ability ambitious / self-driven applicant / candidate applicant for sth / job seeker application form background brief / concise command communicative computer literacy contract of employment CV (curriculum vitae) covering letter detailed degree diploma efficient exam in sth experience fluently graduate higher education Human Resources (HR) industrious / hardworking (job) interview (noun) interviewer interviewee job advert(isement) job application job centre knowledge labour office personnel position / post probation / trial period qualifications qualified recruit(ment) requirements references / credentials school report selection skill starting salary the basics of sth vacancy / opening work experience working conditions to apply for a job / to attend an interview to attach a curriculum vitae / CV to be called / be invited for an interview to be short-listed / to shortlist to become vacant to consider to enclose (a CV) to evaluate / to assess smb’s skills to fail to fill in / complete a form / a questionnaire to fill the post to fix a meeting to get by in (English) to go for a job interview to have a vacancy for to interview / to conduct an interview to look for / seek a job to make a (good) impression on sb to meet the requirements to notify to place / put an ad to send a job application / a letter of application to state one’s data to submit one’s certificates to succeed (in) ▲ .

. JOB SAFETY (EQUIPMENT) back support defibrillator earplugs fire extinguisher first-aid kit goggles hairnet hard hat / helmet latex gloves mask respirator safety boots safety earmuffs safety glasses safety vest toe guard biohazard corrosive dangerous electrical hazard emergency exit flammable hazardous poisonous radioactive ▲ .CAREER careerist / climber / career ladder prospects for promotion removal / suspension retraining to be appointed to be passed over for promotion to be suspended to build up one’s career to get on well to improve one’s qualifications to promote sb to prove one’s ability to remove / suspend sb from office to work one’s way (up) to ..

LEAVING A JOB a breach (of regulations) absenteeism discipline dismissal gross incompetence involuntarily jobless / job seeker (BrE) labour turnover maternity benefits misconduct negligence notice period probation redundancy pay redundant sickness benefits / sick leave unemployment benefits unreasonable working regulations to be / get fired (inf) / sacked (inf) for sth to be entitled to sth to be laid off / made redundant to be made redundant to be on maternity leave to be on pension / pensioner to be on strike / go on strike to be on the dole (informal) to be out of work / unemployed to breach to call for sth to comply with sth to dismiss (at an hour’s notice) to draw / face consequences to give notice to give up (quit) work to investigate to knock off (informal) to let (sb) go (informal) to misappropriate to neglect to quit / leave a job to resign to retire / retirement to reveal sth to sack (inf) / throw out (inf) / fire (inf) sb to strike against / for sth to take a day off / take time off / take a leave to take a sabbatical (year) to take early retirement to take measures to terminate one’s employment ▲ .

JOBS (bus / lorry / taxi / AmE cab) driver (film) director (portrait) painter academic accountant actor / actress artist au pair babysitter barber barrister (AmE attorney) beautician businessman businesswoman car mechanic carpenter cashier chef chemist civil service / civil servant computer programmer conductor consultant cook dentist doctor dress maker driving instructor economist electrician engineer estate agent executive factory worker farmer firefighter flight attendant hairdresser housewife interior decorator interpreter journalist lawyer lecturer librarian manager miner musician nurse pensioner pharmacist photographer pilot plumber police officer politician postman postwoman psychologist receptionist road sweeper sales representative (sales rep) scientist sculptor secretary security guard shop assistant shopkeeper social worker solicitor stockbroker surgeon tailor teacher ticket inspector translator travel agent TV presenter vet (veterinary surgeon / doctor) / vet

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12. MONEY

MONEY MATTERS

MONEY
BANKING BUSINESS

MONEY MATTERS (small) change banknote cash counterfeit money dirty money good / sound investment idle money in cash last penny money down the drain money laundering money on sth pocket money spendthrift thrifty to be flat broke / be stony broke to be loaded (inf) / be rolling in it (inf) to be penniless to be short of money to be stinking rich (inf) / be filthy rich (inf) to bleed sb for every to borrow to owe to convert sth into money to cost a lot of money / a fortune to cough up (an amount) (inf) to get by on / manage with (an amount) to have money to burn to invest money in sth to lend sb to live on (an amount) to live on sth to lose money on sth to make / earn (good) money to make a fortune / a pile (inf) / a mint (inf) to pay / foot the bill to pay off to pump money into sth to pump sb for money to raise money to run up a huge bill to save money on sth to save up money for sth to scrimp and save to spend money on sth to splash out (a wad / an amount) on sth to squander / blow (inf) to waste money on sth

EARN

MAKE

RAISE

SAVE

MONEY
WASTE

INVEST

SPEND

LOSE

THE BANK (bank) account (insurance) premium account holder apply (for a loan) ATM (automatic teller machine) bank charge cash machine cheque book credit card holder current / deposit / savings / joint account debit card grant (a loan) insurance insured interest on sth interest rate invest (in stock / shares / bonds) investment portfolio loan money transfer mortgage overdraft pay interest pay off (debt / a loan) repayment / instalment savings account standing order statement of account / bank statement stock market investor stockbroker withdraw money withdrawal to be in the red (inf) to be overdrawn by (an amount) to deposit money with a bank to draw (out) / withdraw money to go overdrawn to make a deposit to make a withdrawal to open an account with a bank to pay higher interest to put money in a bank to repay / pay off the loan to take out a loan to write sb a cheque for (an amount) ▲ .

MARKET (bank)note bank account black market budget business change coin commerce crash currency debt devaluation (of currency) domestic / home market economic (growth / decline) (growing / declining) economy exchange of currency exchange rate expenditures finance foreign / international market foreign currency foreign investments free-market economy fund gradually gross national product (GNP) healthy / strong economy income industry inflation interest interest rate invest investment market payment poor / penniless / broke rate of inflation raw materials recession / in recession save sharply slowly spend steadily tax trade deficit VAT – value added tax wealthy / rich / well off / prosperous workforce to be greedy / mean / stingy to be in debt to be mean / stingy to borrow from to bribe / a bribe to counterfeit to earn / make to fall / go down / decrease to fluctuate to give / donate to charity to increase by 10 % / from 10 to 20 to inherit to invest to lend to to owe to pay back / pay off your debt to rise / go up / increase to save up / put aside to spend to take a bank loan to waste / throw away / squander ▲ .BUSINESS. MONEY.

SHOPPING IN A SHOP GOING SHOPPING GOODS SHOPPING SALE SHOPS AND SERVICES COMPLAINTS .13.

IN A SHOP at the till / cash desk / checkout buyer bar code bar code scanner / reader bargain cashier change changing / fitting room checkout clerk consumer (goods) counter customer goods guarantee deposit hanger HP (hire purchase) in the shop window an invoice label opening hours pinpad payment plastic / paper bag price / price tag proof of purchase purse wallet receipt reduction sale security tag / sensor tag self-sevice seller shelf shop assistant shop window shoplifter shopper shopping bag shopping basket shopping list shopping trolley stock room till to afford sth to be looking for sth to be served to be / stand / wait in a queue to browse around a shop to buy / purchase sth to charge to come across sth to do the shopping to go on a shopping spree to go shopping to go window-shopping to have sth on trial to include VAT (value added tax) to invoice to join the queue to jump the queue to keep the receipt/bill to look around the shop to pay (in) cash to pay by cheque to pay by credit card to queue (up) to serve to shoplift to wrap sth up Are you being served? ▲ .

) special offer suit (verb) supermarket trolley till too (small / tight / loose) try on (clothes) work GOODS additional / extra charge assortment brand branded goods cheap / inexpensive expensive / pricey free of charge goods item label make price tag priceless / valuable pricelist product stocktaking / inventory-taking to be out of stock to choose from sth to have sth in stock to order to sell well to store warehouse / store wide choice / range / selection worthless / valueless We don’t stock them. ▲ . / It’s the right size.GOING SHOPPING bargain broken browse buy in the sale cash changing room checkout customer discount exchange (sth for sth) fit (verb) fitting room free (of charge) get money back (a refund) go shopping have (sth) in stock look for (sth) match out of stock pay (cash / by credit card / by cheque) reduced return (goods to the shop) sale shop assistant shopping list / bag size (I’m a size 12.

SHOPS AND SERVICES (car / cycle / shoe...) stand a good size antiques available baker’s baker’s bar barber’s bookshop boutique butcher’s by mail order cafe car-boot sale chain store chemist’s china shop clothes shop coffee shop corner shop counter delicatessen (informal deli) delivery delivery service department department store designer shop DIY store dry-cleaner’s electrical appliances estate agent’s fishmonger’s fitting room flea market florist’s furniture shop giftshop greengrocer’s grocer’s hairdresser’s health food shop / wholefood shop household goods in all sizes ironmonger’s / hardware store jeweller’s jumble sale junk shop launderette market newsagent’s office supplies off-licence optician’s pub refreshment stall second-hand shop shoe shop shopping centre snack-bar stationer’s supermarket sweetshop tea shop / tearoom toy shop travel agent’s to deliver the goods to fit to get rid of sth to suit to try sth on (in a fitting room) ▲ ...) repair shop (ice cream / hotdog.

..SALE (clearance) sale 10 pounds off a good value / a real bargain at a bargain / reduced price bargain hunter cut-price (fruit / toys.) half-price COMPLAINTS a complaint about the quality of sth a letter of complaint a rip off (inf) claim for compensation damaged faulty / missing goods first-class guarantee certificate inferior overpriced quality soiled to be of bad / poor quality to be of good / high quality to be taken in to complain about sth to demand a refund to exchange sth for sth else to make a complaint to meet / reject a claim to overcharge sb / rip sb off to receive a complaint to refund on sale for sale special offer the January sales a discount to buy sth at a discount to get a discount on sth ▲ .

CLOTHES AND FASHION CLOTHING DESCRIBING CLOTHES JEWELLERY CLOTHES DRESSING ACCESSORIES FOOTWEAR FASHION .14.

/ long-sleeved shorts ski gloves ski jacket ski pants sweatshirt swimming trunks tailcoat / tails tie trousers underpants underwear vest waistcoat train trouser suit tunic veil V-neck wedding dress with a slit wrap-around skirt CASUAL AND SPORTS WEAR anorak/windcheater football jersey bathing cap goggles bikini jeans camouflage leisure suit cut-offs leotard dungarees one.CLOTHING MEN’S CLOTHING (hooded) jacket (sports) jacket blazer boxer shorts briefs coat collar WOMEN’S CLOTHING apron ballgown blouse bra (ssiere) cardigan corset / basque dress dressing gown / bathrobe evening dress full crew-neck cuff dinner jacket jumper / sweater / pullover knee socks lined lining full-length skirt high neck knee-length knickers / panties / briefs leggings lingerie low neck mini skirt nightdress / nightie oval neckline nightwear polo-neck / turtleneck pyjamas shirt single./ two-piece swimsuit football boots raincoat-hood tracksuit / trackie (inf) T-shirt waterproof wet suit winter coat ▲ ./ double-breasted suit sleeve socks pads pleated sleeveless slip stockings straight strapless suspender / garter tights top short.

DESCRIBING CLOTHES STYLE (in) formal / semi-formal casual comfortable conventional / traditional MATERIAL brocade chiffon cloth / fabric corduroy cotton creased cool / dressy / chic elegant / smart extravagant (un)fashionable / trendy creaseproof denim flannel fur lace / lacy leather linen polyester ragged satin shabby silk multicoloured / colourful pastel shade loose skin-tight stretch geometric motif ornamental patterned plain polka-dot speckled spotted festive for my taste gaudy good-quality suede synthetic terry thick / thin 80lavor80g to crease / crumple old-fashioned original practical / well-fitting stylish to shrink transparent tweed velvet wool(en) worn-out COLOUR faded garish light / bright / dark colours SIZE baggy close-fitting / tight-fitting flattering to fit PATTERN batik chequered / checked embroidered floral / flowery single-coloured / plain-coloured to blend with sth to clash to let out to pull down (a skirt) to take up tight to grow out of sth to let down / to take in striking striped / pinstriped tie-dye zigzag ▲ .

ACCESSORIES bag / handbag belt bow tie braces briefcase buckle JEWELLERY becoming bracelet brooch chain clasp FOOTWEAR brogues clogs court shoes eyelet flip-flops high-heeled shoes / heels / stilettos ill-fitting / well-fitting lace tongue sole heel toe lace-up / leather shoe outdoor footwear patent leather shoes pumps running shoes sandals shoe polish slip-ons / moccasins slippers tennis shoes / trainers (BrE) / sneakers (AmE) walking / hiking boots Wellington boots / gumboots worn-down / worn-out to change one’s shoes to fasten / do up to lace up / do up to pinch to polish to put sth on / slip on sth to take sth off to unfasten / undo to wear down / out to wear heels to wear through costume jewellery decent earring fake stone gaudy / showy imitation matching necklace pendant precious stone ring tacky watch to blend with sth to match sth / go with sth cap cuff links glasses gloves hairpin hat mittens muffler scarf shawl shoe laces straw hat sunglasses tie / tin pin top hat woollen hat (foldaway) umbrella to complement (each other) ▲ .

..DRESSING button lace / to lace up overdressed underdressed zip / to zip / to unzip to be dressed up as... to tie to smooth / iron FASHION a passing fad / craze fashion designer fashion industry fashion model fashion photographer fashion plate (inf) fashion show fashion victim in the latest fashion trend leading fashion magazine models to be fashion-conscious to be in fashion to be in vogue / be in (inf) to dress up to get changed to dress / to get dressed to get undressed / strip to loosen to pull down (a skirt) to put sth on to roll up to strip down to (one’s swimsuit) to strip naked / to the waist to take sth off / strip off sth to wear / to have … on to undo / to untie to come back into fashion to come into fashion / vogue to conform to fashion to design to follow fashion to go out of fashion / be out (inf) to prevail to replace sth with sth to set the fashion . to change into sth / out of sth to change sth to do up to dress sb in sth to dress smartly / warmly .

NOTES ▲ .A SHOE AND A SHIRT Name the parts of these items.

FOOD AND DRINKS FOOD PRODUCTS COOKING FRUITS FOOD BEVERAGES VEGETABLES NUTS .15.

./ long-grain to mill wheat wholemeal (flour..) ▲ . bread.FOOD PRODUCTS GRAINS barley bran bread corn couscous PULSES bean chickpea SEEDS mustard seeds poppy seeds SPICES a pinch allspice aniseed aroma black / white pepper HERBS a sprig basil bay leaf chives coriander fennel herb marjoram mint oregano parsley dill rosemary sage tarragon thyme to flavor caraway cardamom chilli cinnamon cloves crushed curry ginger ground nutmeg paprika saffron spices turmeric vanilla whole pumpkin seeds seeds sesame seeds sunflower seeds lentil pea pulses soya beans to soak flour grain / kernel grains millet oat rice rye semolina short.

MEAT bacon beef boned breast chicken chop cold cuts cooked cured deer dressed duck fillet FISH anchovies bass carp catfish cleaned cod SEAFOOD clam crab crayfish cuttlefish lobster mussel octopus oyster prawn / shrimp scallop scampi seafood squid eel fillet fish and chips flounder haddock halibut herring kipper mackerel mussels oyster pike plaice salmon sardine scale skate sole sprat steak trout tuna whitebait to catch a fish fish game goose ham hare joint lamb lean meatball mince mutton offal pate pheasant pork poultry quail red / white meat rib roe deer rump salami sausage sirloin skin smoked steak thigh tinned meat turkey veal venison wing well done / medium / rare egg yolk egg white shell ▲ .

MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCE (un)pasteurized milk blue / soft / hard cheese butter milk cottage / cream cheese cream dairy produce FLOUR baking powder bread / brown / granary bread breadcrumbs bun croissant crumb CAKES AND DESSERTS (birthday / wedding) cake (boiled) sweet apple pie / apple tart biscuit cheese cake / sponge cake chocolate cake cone custard CONDIMENTS (balsamic) vinegar (olive) oil edam goat’s cheese grated margarine mozzarella cheddar parmesan skimmed / condensed milk whipped cream whole / semi-skimmed milk yoghurt to grate to turn / go sour crust dough flour (white / wholemeal) French / corn / wholemeal bread loaf pasta roll slice yeast to knead to prove to sift doughnut fruit tart ice cream jelly / fruit jelly lollipop mousse muffin pancake pastry / puff pastry pie scoop sorbet sundae toffee trifle to have a sweet tooth ketchup mayonnaise mustard soya sauce spread to 87lavor ▲ .

From the scattered groceries on the floor.QUANTITIES bag bottle box can carton jar loaf packet tin of tub of (3) kilos (200) grams (half a) litre carrier bag (of flour) (of juice / milk) (of chocolates) (of lemonade / cola) (of juice / milk) (of jam / honey) (of bread) (of biscuits / crisps / cereal) (sardines) (margarine) (of potatoes) (of cheese) (of milk) shopping bag A HEAVY SHOPPING Lola is on her way from the supermarket. guess what she bought. ▲ .

seed nectarine orange papaya peach pear pineapple courgette (BrE) / zucchini (AmE) cucumber fennel garlic / clove gherkin green bean green pea / pod horseradish kohlrabi leek lettuce marrow mushroom olive onion pak choi parsley parsnip potato pumpkin radish red / green pepper plum prune pulp raisin raspberry red / black currant ripe rotten segment stone stone fruit strawberry tangerine zest to stone rhubarb sauerkraut shallot spinach spring onion stuffed olive sweetcorn tomato truffle turnip to pickle ▲ .FRUITS apple apricot avocado banana / skin berries blackberry / blueberry candied / preserved fruit cherry citrus fruit core cranberry date dried fruit fig gooseberry VEGETABLES artichoke aubergine beansprout beetroot broccoli Brussels sprout cabbage carrot cauliflower celeriac / celery chicory grapefruit grapes jam kiwi fruit lemon lime mango marmalade melon / rind. flesh.

NUTS almond cashew nut chestnut coconut hazelnut BEVERAGES HOT DRINKS black / green / herbal tea tea bag ice tea black / white / ice coffee SOFT DRINKS tap water bottled water still / sparkling water mineral water ALCOHOLIC DRINKS beer (draught / bottled) bitter blind drunk brandy champagne drunk froth gin hops peanut pistachio brazil nut roasted salted shell shelled walnut whole filter / instant coffee decaffeinated coffee caffeine cream coffee grounds soda water fizzy drink juice lemonade lager liqueur liquor malt mulled wine rum sober spritzer stout espresso cappuccino hot chocolate cocoa cola tonic strawberry milkshake tequila whisky to get drunk on sth to have a hangover to quench one’s thirst to sober up to work up a thirst vodka wine (dry / sweet / sparkling) ▲ .

COOKING AND EATING EATING HABITS KITCHEN UTENSILS DESCRIBING A DISH RESTAURANT COOKING WAYS OF COOKING ON THE TABLE .16.

COOKING COOKING ACTIVITIES to add to bake to barbecue to boil to bottle to brew to bring to a boil to brown to burn / to burn to a cinder to candy to carve to chop sth to clean to coat sth in / with sth to cook to cool to crush to cure to cut / to cut sth up to cut sth in half / in two to cut sth into slices / cubes to deep fry / to deep-fry to defrost to dice / to dice sth up to dilute / water down to drain to dress (a salad) to dry to flavor to freeze to fry to garnish to go off / bad to go sour to grate to grease to grill to grind to heat / to heat up to knead to lower the heat to marinate to mash to melt to mix to overcook to peel to pepper to pickle to poach to pour to preheat the oven to preserve to put sth into an oven to roast to roll / to roll out to salt to scramble to season to serve to set to shell to sieve / sift to simmer to slice sth to smoke to snip to soak to spoil to sprinkle sth on / over sth to sprinkle sth with sth to squeeze to steam to stew to stir to stir-fry to stuff to sweeten / to sugar to take sth out of a pot to taste to thicken to undercook to warm up / to heat up to whisk / beat ▲ .

DESCRIBING A DISH (un)healthy beautifully prepared / served calorific fatty fattening filling greasy healthy hot / peppery inedible lean medium mouth-watering nutritious over flavored palate-pleasing plain pleasing to the eye rare rich / sophisticated rustic salt-free salty sauce-heavy spicy splendid / delicious / excellent splendidly plated substantial tasteless tasty well-done EATING HABITS artificial additives daily diet diet (balanced / healthy) fastidious fats ((un)saturated) fibre food (fatty / starchy) food colouring food industry high-fibre diet junk food (inf) malnutrition minerals nutrition organic food poor diet preservatives substantial breakfast trace elements vegan / meat-eater vegetarian vegetarian vitamins Western diet wholemeal to be on a strict / varied diet to be overweight / be underweight to eat like a bird (inf) to eat like a horse (inf) to eat modestly to eat sth at / in one sitting to eat well / healthily / sensibly to eliminate sth from the diet to get fat to live on (chips and cola) to overeat to pig out on sth (inf) to put on weight to raid the fridge (inf) to stuff oneself to gorge oneself with sth (inf) to treat oneself to sth ▲ .

RESTAURANT PLACES TO EAT OUT bar / snack bar / milk bar buffet car café / caff (inf) coffee shop / house / bar cafeteria canteen fast food restaurant fish & chip shop pub / public house (self-service) restaurant take-away / take-out tea shop / tea room too salty vegetarian dish waiter / waitress to be on a diet to be slimming (down) to count / burn off calories to eat out to have a second helping to have a weight problem to leave a tip for the waiter to lose weight to make one’s order / order to pay separately / altogether to seat sb to serve to serve generous portions to slim down to (60 kilos) to take a seat to take the order to taste / smell nice to try to watch one’s weight IN A RESTAURANT a four-course meal anorexia aperitif atmosphere barmaid / barman beverage (formal) bill bland to book a table to reserve a table / make a reservation (AmE) bulimia chef / cook children’s portion customer / guest delicious / superb / excellent / tasty dessert dip disgusting / exquisite double helping drink list / wine list eating disorder entrée / starter / appetizer food / calorie / fluid intake hot It’s my treat. / This is on me. last order low calorie food lunch menu main dish / main course menu mouth-watering my ideal weight non-smoking area nutrition expert order (sth) overcooked / undercooked portion / serving / helping self-service service (good / slow / terrible) service charge side order soup specials spicy table service tip (formal pl gratuities) ▲ .

Drinks / Beverages Desserts We will pay separately. people Could I have a table? in the corner by the window on the terrace for non-smokers / smokers We’d like a different chair. USEFUL EXPRESSIONS I’d like (to book) a table for . The meat is tough / underdone. . The bill is too high... Can I pay by credit card? There’s a mistake in the bill. It is on me / it’s my treat. The food is too salty. You gave me too little / much change. Let’s go Dutch.MENU Starters / Hors-D’oeuvres Fish / Meat dishes Poultry Seafood Soups Extras What is your speciality (specialty)? Could I have a(n) ……. ON THE TABLE TABLE SETTING crockery cutlery bowl dinner fork cup salad fork dinner plate knife milk jug teaspoon mug soup spoon plate straw saucer side plate soup bowl sugar bowl teapot PLACE SETTING glassware condiments beer mat mustard coaster olive oil tumbler pepper water glass salt wine glass soya sauce spice rack vinegar silverware ashtray bottle opener corkscrew dressing ice bucket napkin placemat tablecloth tray to clear the table to pour to set / lay the table to uncork to wipe up ▲ .. The vegetables are overdone. / Cheers! The food is too cold. please? Enjoy the meal.

17. HOME PLACES TO LIVE HOUSE CHORES HOME ROOMS BREAKDOWNS BUYING A HOUSE RENT .

▲ .PLACES TO LIVE bedsitter (informal bedsit) block of flats / condo(minion) tenement house bungalow terraced house HOUSE attic front / back garden / yard balcony / terrace banister basement cellar chimney conservatory courtyard ROOMS NAMES OF ROOMS detached house semi-detached house (duplex) cottage / country house houseboat mansion farmhouse / ranch / manor flat / apartment / studio flat penthouse skyscraper / tower block studio (apartment) / bedsit dormer window drive floor garage gate gazebo gutter lightning conductor loft pantry / larder path patio porch roof sash window shed skylight stairs / staircase storeroom swimming pool surroundings tile upstairs / downstairs utility room wall window / shutter / blinds window sill anteroom / antechamber attic baby’s room bathroom bedroom cellar children’s room corridor dining room entrance hall guest-room kitchen kitchenette living room room study toilet antique / run-down ceiling / floor central heating cold / sunny contemporary / modern cosy / run-down cramped / draughty fitted furniture / unfurnished fixtures furniture and fittings homely / convenient luxurious / (un)comfortable spacious / roomy / tiny to be fitted with sth to decorate the room with sth to paint / decorate / wallpaper The room needs painting.

ENTRANCE banister coat rack / coat hook corridor door chain door handle / door knob LIVING ROOM armchair blind / Venetian blind / roller blind bookcase / bookshelf candlestick carpet central heating chandelier coffee table curtain / net curtain BEDROOM (built-in) wardrobe alarm clock bed bed linen bedside lamp / reading lamp bedside table / cabinet bedspread blanket carpet / rug chest of drawers / drawer clock radio couch / settee double bed / single bed dressing table duvet cover duvet / eiderdown headboard mattress pillow pillowcase pouf / pouffe quilt rug sheet cushion decorations / wallpaper fireplace / mantelpiece French windows (a piece of) furniture home entertainment (floor / wall) lamp mini-bar painting radiator rug sofa (AmE couch) sofa bed spotlights three-piece suite / wall unit vase VCR (video cassette recorder) wall light door knocker doorbell / buzzer doormat flowerbed / mailbox front door / back door hall / hallway / entrance hall peephole / intercom / speaker shoe rack stair / step staircase / stairway ▲ .

KITCHEN (ceramic) hob (electric / gas / microvave) oven cabinet (electric) cooker / stove cupboard dishcloth BABY’S ROOM baby backpack / frontpack baby carriage baby carrier baby monitor / intercom baby seat booster seat car seat / safety seat BATHROOM bath / bathtub / tub bath mat bath towel / hand towel bathroom scales bidet TOILETRIES (electric) shaver aftershave bubble bath comb / hair brush dishwasher draining board drawer extractor (fan) gas burner hotplate kitchen towel changing pad changing table chest (of drawers) cradle crib crib bumper / bumper pad diaper pail cold / hot tap drain facecloth laundry basket mirror kitchen unit kitchenware refrigerator / fridge / freezer running water shelf sideboard sink / tap food warmer high chair mobile night light playpen portable crib potty plug / plughole razor / shaver shower sponge toilet / toilet seat hairdryer mouthwash pumice razor blade sorting unit garbage disposal unit washing-up liquid worktop KITCHEN UTENSILS rattle stretch suit stroller swing teddy bear / doll toy chest / stuffed animal walker toilet brush toilet paper towel rail washbasin washing machine sponge toothbrush toothpaste tweezers conditioner dental floss disposable razor electric razor shampoo shaving foam shower gel soap / (liquid) soap ▲ .

AND GAMES) sew knit crochet sewing machine knitting needle crochet hook pin yarn pin cushion (spool of) thread do origami make pottery (sewing) needle origami paper clay thimble potter’s wheel safety pin collect stamps stamp album magnifying glass photography camera collect coins coin catalog coin collection astronomy telescope build models model kit glue acrylic paint do needlepoint needlepoint pattern go bird-watching binoculars field guide LEISURE SPORTS ▲ .KITCHEN UTENSILS (egg) beater (mixing) bowl (vegetable) peeler bottle opener cake pan can opener carving knife casserole colander cookie cutter cookie sheet dish double boiler frying pan / skillet garlic press grater ice cream scoop kitchen timer knife ladle lid/cover/top measuring cup measuring spoon paring knife pie plate pot roasting pan roasting rack rolling pin saucepan spatula steamer strainer whisk wok wooden spoon COOKING KITCHEN paint canvas easel oil paint paint paintbrush watercolor play cards (deck of) cards club / diamond heart / spade draw sketch book (set of) colored pencils drawing pencil do woodworking woodworking kit play board games a dice backgammon chess / checkers Monopoly Scrabble do embroidery embroidery EQUIPMENT (HOBBIES. CRAFTS.

The gas is leaking. The lights have fused.w. The handle has come off. The roof is leaking. (per month) / p. The TV picture won't come on. The toilet won’t flush. to flood out to have sth repaired / fix / mend / repair to pay sb compensation to replace a blown fuse to dismiss a lodger to pay rent to raise / lower the rent deposit to rent a flat to rent out / let a flat (AmE rent out) / to take in lodgers to share a flat with sb / flatmate (AmE roommate) (electricity / gas / telephone / utility) bill p. The fridge is out of order. The tap is dripping.m.BUYING A HOUSE / A FLAT contract of purchase maintenance mortgage bank mortgage payment / instalment mortgage rates owner / householder real estate agency to have a flat of one's own RENT accommodation landlady / landlord lodger / tenant lodging BREAKDOWNS breakdown damage caused to sb’s property fitter / plumber household insurance The dishwasher has broken down. (per week) to move into a flat to move out of a flat to pay for sth by (monthly) instalments to pay off / repay the mortgage to put down a deposit on (a house) to renovate to settle in to take out a (20 year) mortgage HOUSEHOLD ▲ . The sink is blocked. The remote control isn't working. The drawer is jammed.

18. HOUSEHOLD DAILY ROUTINE CLEANING HOUSEHOLD CHORES APPLIANCES TOOLS .

regular / thorough cleaning rubbish soiled spilt tea towel tidy / neat household chores / housework pigsty rent spick and span (inf) utilities to budget washing powder The room is a bit of a mess. The room is a complete mess. to air the room to be covered in dust to change the bed to clean the windows to clean up / clear the mess to clear off the table to clear the rubbish to clear the snow to come off to disinfect to do the cleaning / tidy up / clean up to do the dishes / do the washing-up to do the ironing iron to do the laundry to do the room to dry (up) the dishes to get overgrown with weed to hang the laundry out to dry to come to about (an amount) to do for sb to economize on sth to keep house for sb to look after / run the household to pay bills for sth to hoover / vacuum the carpet to kill germs to leave sth lying about to leave the house in an awful mess to make a mess to make one's bed to mop (the floor) to mow the lawn to paint / decorate / redecorate to polish sth to rinse / to rinse one's hands to rinse sth out to rub to spill sth to sweep / wipe the floor to take turns to wash / scrub the floor to wash the dishes / wash up to weed / weed BREAKDOWNS ▼ ▲ .HOUSEHOLD cleaning lady / woman cleaning service costs / family budget domestic help electricity bill / water rate expenditures / spendings on sth MESS AND CLEANING a pile of dirty laundry a pile of washing-up / the dishes a speck of dust a thick layer of dust broom brush bucket clean / cleanliness cloth / dishcloth dirty / filthy / dirty sheets DIY (do-it-yourself) dust / duster / dustpan / to dust hoover (BrE) / vacuum cleaner (AmE) ironing board It collects dust.

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES household appliances to save time and energy to go without sth fridge / freezer dishwasher (gas / electric) cooker / stove hotplate pressure cooker (microwave) oven liquidizer / blender juicer / squeezer can / bottle opener cutter (vegetable) peeler toaster kitchen utensils cooker cookware hood / extractor (fan) to remove the smell of cooking washing machine tumble dryer (steam) iron under guarantee HOME SUPPLIES CLEANING YOUR HOME to clean the bathroom to dust to mop the floor (dust) mop / (dry) mop (sponge) mop / (wet) mop ammonia broom brush bucket / pail carpet sweeper cleanser TOOLS GARDENING KITCHEN UTENSILS to polish the furniture to sweep the floor to take out the garbage dust cloth dustpan feather duster floor wax furniture polish hand vacuum paper towels recycling bin to vacuum to wash the windows to wax the floor scrub sponge trash can / garbage can vacuum (cleaner) vacuum cleaner attachments vacuum cleaner bag whisk broom window cleaner ▲ .

HOME SUPPLIES batteries bug spray / insect spray cord duct tape electrical tape extension flashlight TOOLS AND HARDWARE ax bolt / nut / washer chisel circular saw / power saw electric drill (drill) bit hacksaw hammer hand drill hatchet level machine screw mallet monkey wrench / pipe wrench nail plane pliers power sander router saw / handsaw scraper to rake leaves to trim the hedge screwdriver / Phillips screwdriver toolbox vise wire wire stripper wood screw wrench to prune the bushes to weed sprinkle trowel vegetable seeds watering can weeder wheelbarrow yard waste bag fly swatter fuses glue lightbulbs / bulbs masking tape mousetrap oil paint paint pan paint roller paint thinner paintbrush / brush plunger roach killer sandpaper spray gun step ladder tape measure trash bags work gloves yardstick (measuring rod) GARDENING TOOLS AND ACTIONS to mow the lawn to plant flowers to plant vegetables to water the flowers (garden) hose (hedge) clippers fertilizer gas can hedge trimmer hoe lawnmower leaf blower line trimmer nozzle pruning shears rake shovel spade KITCHEN UTENSILS ▲ .

19. SCHOOL AND EDUCATION SUBJECTS STUDYING LANGUAGES SCHOOLS LESSON EDUCATION PEOPLE CLASSROOM UNIVERSITY EXAMS .

the school / academic year to go to school / attend school (fml) to leave school tuition fee / school fee university university department vocational school (school) year / term USEFUL EXPRESSIONS ▲ .SCHOOLS (compulsory) schooling boarding school canteen caretaker classroom co-educational (informal co-ed) college comprehensive school (GB) computer lab deputy head elementary school (US) extra tuition grammar school (GB) gym (gymnasium) headmaster / headmistress / headteacher headmaster's office high school (US) higher education college (GB) college (US) independent infant school junior (high) school (US) IT unit / suite laboratory (informal lab) language lab law / medical / business school library nursery school / kindergarten office playground pre-school education primary school (GB) secondary school (AmE high school) private school state school (AmE public school) public school (GB) school holidays science lab single-sex school mixed school sports field staff meeting staff room technical school the Faculty of Law / Education.

SUBJECTS Art Biology Business Studies Chemistry Computer Studies (IT. Information Technology) extra-curricular activities foreign languages Geography Grammar (Linguistics) History Humanities Languages CLASSROOM aisle blackboard board pen board rubber chalk classmate colour pencil desk equipment eraser / rubber exercise book flip chart interactive board language / science lab locker overhead projector pen pencil pencil case pencil sharpener pupil ruler school bag schoolchildren sponge teacher teacher's desk teaching aids textbook / coursebook whiteboard workbook Law Literature Mathematics (Maths) Music Philosophy Physical Education (PE) Physics Religious (and Moral) Education Sciences Sociology subjects (compulsory / optional / electives) syllabus / curriculum / timetable USEFUL EXPRESSIONS ▲ .

LESSON a stack of papers to correct / mark / check behind the class cheeky class / lesson discipline fair / patient / exacting teacher hard-working student history / maths etc. teacher lazy / inattentive / slow student mediocre student revision strict / lenient teacher subject matter swot (inf) talented / ambitious/ teacher's pet (inf) to assign / hand in an essay to be kept in to be late for class to be popular with students to correct to do well/badly at school PEOPLE IN A SCHOOL classmate / schoolmate (personal) tutor college student / university student deputy head(master) (AmE assistant principal) examiner to examine to fall behind / lag to get / do one's homework home preparation to give classwork / homework to learn to make/take notes to mark to miss (French) class to pay attention to play truant / skip classes (inf) to revise to scold / praise sb for sth to get told off to study to substitute for / stand in for sb to talk in class to teach truant undisciplined unprepared USEFUL EXPRESSIONS headmaster (AmE principal) lecturer pupil / schoolboy / schoolgirl / student teacher teaching staff .

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS active creative ambitious fair / unfair attentive gifted conscientious hard-working co-operative impatient STUDYING absence attendance be absent be at a class / lesson be excluded / be expelled (from school) be in class / be present class copybook / exercise-book / notebook coursebook / textbook / workbook deadline drop out (from a course / from school) expulsion extra lessons folder free period (AmE) get into university go to school graduate (from a university) holidays (AmE vacation) learn (sth / about sth) learn by heart leave school lazy motivated motivating passive patient lesson (AmE period) lunch break marks memorise participate recess (AmE) register report school breaks up on (14 July) school leaver school trip set books skip classes / play truant solve a problem study hard take a break take part term / semester (AmE) the bell goes at (3 o'clock) timetable (AmE schedule) truancy professional punctual sloppy systematic talented USEFUL EXPRESSIONS ▲ .

.. an exercise / a task / project / homework to do an activity to do one's best to make .. mistakes / notes / a presentation to make progress ▲ .. classes to be a graduate of to be bottom of the class to be late for school to be suspended from school to be top of the class to cheat in a exam to continue one's education to do history / math / anthropology to do one's homework to drop out of school to educate to fail an exam to get / win a scholarship to get an education / receive an education to get into a university to be accepted at a university to go to university / college to graduate from to interact to learn to leave school to make progress in to pass an exam to pay tuition to play truant to resit an exam to revise for an exam to skip school to start / begin school to study to take / do / sit a teat to take a gap year to take courses in to take extra lessons to teach (do / get / give / set / hand in) homework (summer / winter / Christmas / Easter) break to attend … school / classes / a course) to get / obtain (a certificate / a degree / a diploma) to do .USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to apply to a university to attend a school.

EXAMS AND PERFORMANCE (exam results) come out (un) satisfactory / average results academic type achievement in sth A-level (Advanced level) assessment brilliant cheat (in an exam) cheat sheet/crib entrance / final exam exam paper exam(ination) GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) good / high mark grade low mark mark (AmE grade) (verb) mark (noun) mock exam oral / written exam in sth school report school-leaving exam score self-taught person to assess to be good / bad at sth to cheat to copy to cram / swot (inf) (for a test etc) to do (an exam) to do (well / badly) in an exam to evaluate to examine sb in sth to excel at / in sth to fail to fail / resit an exam to get an A in sth to get good marks for (history) to get straight As to get the results (of a test / exam) to give a test to go on to further education to have a talent for sth to make (good / slow) progress to memorize / learn by heart to pass an exam to prepare for to re-sit (an exam) to retake (an exam) to revise (for an exam) to study (for a test / exam) to take / do / sit an exam USEFUL EXPRESSIONS ▲ .

LANGUAGES LINGUISTIC TERMS alphabet antonym bilingual collocation colloquialism conjugation consonant declension dialect ending expression feminine foreign language gender grammar idiom interpretation interpreter jargon PUNCTUATION apostrophe brackets colon comma dash exclamation mark full stop hyphen question mark semicolon language letter lingua franca linguist linguistics listening loanword / borrowing masculine mother tongue multilingual native speaker neuter object polyglot prefix pronunciation reading root saying sentence sign language slang speaking speech stress subject suffix syllable synonym tense term terminology translation translator vocabulary / lexis vowel word writing ▲ .

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to be fluent in to borrow a word from to butcher / murder a language to capitalize to communicate to improve a language to interpret PEOPLE LEARN LANGUAGES TO to make progress to mispronounce to polish up a language to speak with an accent to stress to translate to translate word-by-word / verbatim to break down communication barriers to get a better career to communicate to understand people more to avoid isolation to function well in a new culture to understand other cultures better to get a better job to study or work abroad to develop themselves to read books and magazines in original languages to travel freely to get to know interesting people ▲ .

PEOPLE LEARN LANGUAGES … to break down communication barriers to get a better career to communicate to understand people more to avoid isolation to function well in a new culture to understand other cultures better to get a better job to study or work abroad to develop themselves to read books and magazines in original languages to travel freely to get to know interesting people .

UNIVERSITY STUDY

academic year admission applicant bachelor Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree credit dean degree ceremony dissertation / thesis doctor doctorate / PhD enrolment exam period form graduate lecturer master professor student enrolments term / semester

to apply to a university to be accepted / admitted to sth to be suspended / be expelled to drop out to enrol on / for sth to expel from school to get / have a degree in (history) to go to university / uni (spoken) to graduate / take one's degree from sth to lecture / give a lecture on sth to live in hall to put oneself down for a course to refuse admission to study / read (history) at university to take / do a course in sth to win a scholarship tutor undergraduate university degree vice-chancellor

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

20. THE HUMAN BODY

BODY PARTS

BODY SYSTEMS

SENSES FUNCTIONS ANATOMY

HUMAN BODY

MOVEMENTS

INTERNAL ORGANS

PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY abdomen / stomach / belly ankle arm armpit / underarm back birthmark bone breast breastbone buttock calf cheek / cheekbones chest chin / jaw collar bone ear / earlobe INTERNAL ORGANS appendix artery / vein bladder brain / skull gall bladder heart kidney large intestine larynx liver lung ovary pancreas pharynx prostate rectum small intestine spleen stomach throat thyroid gland tonsil uterus vocal cords windpipe elbow eye / eyebrow eyelash / eyelid face foot forearm forehead freckle genitals groin hair hand / fist head heel hip index finger instep iris / pupil joint knee leg / lap limb lip little finger middle finger mole moustache mouth muscle nail nape / scruff navel neck nipple nose / nostrils palm / fist pelvis penis pimple / spot rib rib cage ring finger shin shoulder shoulder blade skeleton skin skull sole spine tailbone temple tendon testicle thigh thumb toe / big toe tongue tooth vagina waist wart wrinkle wrist

BODILY FLUIDS AND EXCRETIONS artery bile blood saliva stool sweat tear urine vein

BODY SYSTEMS cardiovascular digestive endocrine lymphatic nervous reproductive respiratory urinary

BODILY FUNCTIONS AND MOVEMENTS HEAD AND EYES to turn one’s head to nod one's head to blink one's eye to shake one's head to raise / lift one’s head / look up to rub one's eyes NOSE AND BREATH to blow one's nose to gasp for breath to punch sb on the nose to sniff to breathe to hold one s breath to sigh to snore to choke / suffocate to pick one's nose to smell to wipe one's nose MOUTH to burp / belch to lick one slips to swallow to taste to clench one's teeth to stick out one's tongue Your teeth are chattering. LAUGHTER to chuckle to laugh at sb/sth to smile to giggle to roar with laughter to snigger ARMS AND HANDS to bang to hold hands to shake hands to throw to bang one's fist on sth to hold sth in one’s hand to shrug one's shoulders to throw sth away to bend sth / to bend down to hug / embrace (fml) sb to slap / smack sb to tickle to clap to pick up / lift sth to snap one's fingers to touch to clench one's fists to pinch sb to squeeze sth to upset/overturn/tip over/ knock over to cross / fold one's arms to press sth to stroke to stoop to drop sth to pull sth / to push sth to sweat to lean to fling sth to punch to take sb by the hand to bow down to fondle to rub one’s hands to take sb in one's arms ▲ to hit / punch sb to scratch to tear sth

FEET AND WALKING BODILY FUNCTIONS AND MOVEMENTS to creep / crawl to dash to hobble to jump to limp to run to shuffle / shamble to shuffle one’s feet to stamp one's feet to stand on tiptoe / on one's toes to trip / slip to trot SENSES EYE SIGHT HEARING SMELL TASTE TOUCH to be blind to be colour blind to be long-sighted / to be far-sighted to be short-sighted to look at to see to stare at to watch smth to wear classes to wear contact lenses to hear to listen to to overhear to be deaf to wear hearing aid to use sign language silent quiet noisy loud dumb deaf-and-dumb aromatic bad fetid foul-smelling fragrant odorous pungent putrid rotten stinking sweet-scented bitter bland flavorless juicy piquant salty sour spicy sweet tasteless tasty sharp soft hard rough smooth wet dry prickly slippery heavy light hairy INTUITION ▲ .

Name the parts of her head and face.HUMAN ANATOMY Name the parts of the human body. BETTY IS A BEAUTY. ▲ .

21. PHYSICAL APPEARANCE HEIGHT HAIR FACE APPEARANCE AGE BUILD ATTRACTIVENESS .

flat belly flat-chested / small breasted full-bodied (about woman) gross (inf) hairy chest hefty height knock knees lanky large / small breasts lean long-legged / leggy looks medium / average build muscular / athletic build narrow / wide hips obese obesity of medium height of slim / slender build of small / medium build of sturdy / muscular build overweight pear-shaped build plain plump posture rosy-cheeked sagging shapely body / legs short skinny slender slight build slim slim-hipped stocky build stout sturdy tall thin / skinny / bony tiny weight well-built well-groomed to have a good figure to keep / lose one’s figure to watch one's figure good-looking gorgeous / stunning handsome man plain / homely pretty / beautiful woman scruffy ugly unattractive ▲ .ATTRACTIVENESS attractive beautiful cute elegant / lovely BUILD appearance beer belly big-bellied / pot-bellied bony bottom / top-heavy bow legs / bowed legs broad shoulders broad-shouldered build corpulent dumpy fat fatty / fatso (inf) firm thighs / buttocks...

AGE CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH adolescence minor adolescent new-born baby baby puberty child pubescent childhood teenager / teen infancy the young infant toddler junior under age juvenile young kid youngster little youth in (his / her) early twenties USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to be a bit long in the tooth to be getting on to be in one's early / mid / late twenties to be in your prime / to be in the prime of life to be in your teens to be over the hill / to be past it to be ten / twenty years sb's junior SEE ALSO: MANHOOD adult adulthood grown-up manhood mature maturity middle age middle-aged OLD AGE advanced in years ageing ancient elderly old senility senior citizen / senior the old / the elderly in (his / her) mid-thirties in (his / her) late forties to come of age to get / grow old to grow up / to mature to head for retirement to reach retirement age to retire / to take early retirement to show your age STAGES IN LIFE ▲ .

HEIGHT (have a) paunch athletic average height big HAIR build chubby chunky (informal) fat / thin fit have a good figure medium height obese overweight plump short / tall skinny (informal) slim stocky tall well-built auburn bald black blonde (blond) bob brunette bun bunches chignon crew cut crop curly / wavy dandruff dark brown dreadlocks dyed fair / dark fine French pleat fringe frizzy ginger greasy grey haircut / hairdo highlights (pl) lock of hair lank loose medium-length natural parting perm pigtail plaited / plaits (pl) ponytail / pony-tail receding hair red rinse shaved head shiny short / long shoulder-length sideburns spiky split ends straight strand of hair thick thin tinted / dyed hair to be losing one's hair / going bald to get one’s hair cut / done to have a haircut white wig ▲ .

FACE acne arched / bushy / thick / thin / straight eyebrows beard / bearded / goatee big / straight / bulbous / snub nose hooked / Roman nose birthmark bright / hollow / dull / slanted eyes slanting / deep-set / bulging eyes bug-eyed cross-eyed goggle-eyed / pop-eyed eyebrows eyelashes even / crooked / false teeth buck teeth crow's feet / wrinkles wrinkle / wrinkled dark / pale / fair / spotty complexion dimple freckle / freckled full / thin / sensual / cracked lips high / low / receding / wrinkled forehead high cheekbones round / hollow / chubby cheeks clean-shaved moustache / moustached walrus moustache oval pale pockmarked pointed / double chin pretty protruding ears sideburns spotted square stubble suntan / tan suntanned / tanned to wear a brace wart ▲ .

PHYSICAL APPEARANCE Describe the appearances of the people below. NOTES ▲ .

MOODS HAPPY ANGRY UNHAPPY OPINION FEELINGS EMOTIONS TO BE MOODS TO FEEL EMOTIONS . FEELINGS.22. EMOTIONS.

FEELING HAPPY amused at / by sth ecstatic about sth enthusiastic about sth happy / cheerful FEELING UNHAPPY bored with sth/sb depressed / down / low desperate exhausted frustrated with / at sth/sb hopeless lonely FEELING ANGRY angry about / over sth angry with / at oneself angry with / at sb annoyed about / by sth annoyed at / with sb for sth apathetic about sth confused / puzzled / perplexed disappointed about / at / with sth enraged at / by sth/sb frightened / scared to death furious at / about sth furious with sb / oneself for sth to be / feel guilty at / about sth to be horrified at / by sth to be irritated about / at / with / by sth/sb to be shocked at / by sth unconcerned about sth / indifferent to sth to be upset about / at / by sth to be upset with sb to annoy / irritate sb to be afraid / frightened / scared of sth/sb to be disappointed in sth/sb to be in a huff to feel as if / as though... to feel embarrased about / at sth to feel self-conscious about sth to feel uncomfortable / awkward to feel uneasy about sth to get on sb's nerves to go mad / go berserk (inf) to hit the roof (inf) / blow one's top (inf) to hurt to infuriate sb to lose one's temper to make sb angry / make sb mad to be nervous about sth to be sad to be sleepy to be surly / bad-tempered to be tired to be terrified of sth to feel bad / miserable to feel blue to get depressed about sth to worry about sth/sb to be unhappy to be upset to be worn out / tired out to be worried / anxious about sth/sb to be / feel happy / glad / pleased to cheer sb up to feel fine / good to feel great happy / satisfied / content to lift / raise sb’s spirits to make sb's day (inf) to please sb / make sb happy ▲ .

.TO FEEL . admiration for sb bitter bitterness compassion /or sb concern for / about sth concern over / with sth contempt for sth/sb curiosity about sth despise detest TO BE … afraid (of) amazed angry (with sb) anxious astonished attracted (to sb) bewildered bored delighted depressed disappointed emotional enthusiastic (about sth) excited exhausted fed up (with sth) fond of (sb) frightened frustrated gloomy happy hostile insensitive keen on (sth) lonely melancholic miserable moody moved on top of the world (informal) over the moon (informal) overwhelmed reluctant restless scared sensitive sentimental surprised terrified (of sth) thrilled (with sth) tired touched weary worried disgust at sth disgust with sth down envy of smth excitement at / over sth fatigue / exhaustion grief over / at sth hatred of / for / towards sb indifference to / towards sth interest in sth/sb jealousy of sb loneliness love for sb love of / for sth respect (noun) sorry for sb spite towards sb sympathy / pity for sb tiredness urge for sth ▲ ..

etc mood to control one’s emotions to dislike to display / show one's emotions to experience (a similar) emotion to express / hide one's emotions to fall in love (with) to give in to sth to hate to hide one's emotions to idolise to like to loathe to look down on (sb) to look up to (sb) to lose one's temper to love to mind one's own business to overcome to respect to suppress ▲ . etc mood to be in an optimistic mood to be in no mood for sth to get into the mood to get up on the wrong side of bed to lighten sb's mood to put sb in a good / bad.EMOTIONS bad mood conflicting / mixed emotions emotional emotionless good mood can't stand to admire to adore to arouse (strong) emotions to calm down MOODS mood swings to be moody to affect sb’s mood to be / feel in the mood for sth ADJECTIVES OF OPINION Positive Adjectives of opinion brilliant interesting fantastic marvelous great terrific Negative Adjectives of opinion awful dreadful delicious favourite incredible horrible lovely nice wonderful nasty pretty good amazing terrible to be in a good / bad / foul.

SENSITIVE MASKS What feelings. emotions or moods do each of these masks express? .

HUMAN QUALITIES GOOD OTHER TRAITS BAD HUMAN QUALITIES WHAT ARE THEY LIKE? .23.

sunny kissable lenient / soft / tolerant lively / energetic / animated logical marvellous mature modest / unpretentious neat nice. open-minded calm candid careful. loyal friendly generous gentle genuine good-natured hard-working / diligent heavenly helpful hilarious honest humane humble independent intelligent / clever / bright / quick-witted intriguing just kind. cautious charming cheerful confident conscientious / careful considerate / thoughtful credulous / gullible / naive curious / inquisitive decent decisive dependable determined down-to-earth dynamic easy-going (inf) enthusiastic euphoric fair faithful. sweet noble obedient open / straight outgoing patient pleasant polite practical / realistic punctual quiet / taciturn reliable / trusty / trustworthy reserved respectful responsible romantic scrupulous self-confident / self-assured self-conscious selfless sensible / reasonable / wise sincere / frank / truthful sociable strong-willed stunning stylish sussed sympathetic / sensitive tactful tolerant unique vivacious warm-hearted / kind-hearted ▲ .GOOD. POSITIVE adventurous ambitious amusing / witty awesome beautiful brave / courageous broad-minded .

suspicious tactless touchy two-faced uncommunicative unfair unfriendly unkind / nasty / cruel unpleasant unpredictable unreasonable unreliable unscrupulous unsociable vain vivacious ▲ .. NEGATIVE absent-minded aggressive angry arrogant bad-tempered biased big-headed / conceited boastful boring / dull bossy (informal) calculating carefree / careless chippy conceited cowardly / a coward crazy / mad / barmy (inf) cruel dense (inf) / thick (inf) dishonest disloyal disobedient disrespectful / cheeky domineering down-hearted egocentric envious fussy glamorous greedy / grasping guilty headstrong / pig-headed hypocritical / two-faced idle (formal) illogical immature immodest impartial impatient incompetent inconsiderate / thoughtless indecisive insecure intolerant irresponsible irritable / nervous jealous jinxed lazy / idle loopy lovesick mean / stingy messy moody narrow-minded nasty pretentious quirky rash / hasty / impulsive rebellious rude / impolite / ill-mannered / vulgar ruthless self-assured selfish / self-centred short-tempered / quick-tempered slow snobbish / snobby / snooty spiteful / vicious / malicious stubborn / obstinate / pig-headed stuck-up stupid. not very intelligent / bright..BAD.

quick fit forgetful / absent-minded freak (inf) funloving funny gullible important independent judgemental laid-back light-hearted perfectionist permissive relaxed / laid-back (inf) reserved / withdrawn shy / timid / self-conscious spontaneous strange / freaky / weird (inf) strict talkative / chatty / chatterbox (inf) tidy touchy / easily offended trendy unusual weirdo (inf) youthful sense of humour to make an impression temperament to take after (one's father / mother / grandfather) to underestimate oneself / put oneself down WHAT ARE THEY LIKE? Which human qualities do each of these people represent? ▲ .OTHER TRAITS. NEUTRAL characteristics (pl) personality trait adventurous busy casual clumsy / all thumbs dependable down-to-earth eccentric egoist (noun) enigmatic / mysterious extravagant extrovert introverted fast.

HEALTH AND ILLNESS PEOPLE PAINS IN HOSPITAL PROBLEMS LIFESTYLE AT THE DOCTORS ILLNESSES ARTICLES HEALTH FIRST AID DIET INJURIES TREATMENT INSTRUMENTS .24.

HEALTH AND HEALTH PROBLEMS (a bee) sting (a high) temperature (critically / seriously / terminally) ill (do) not feel very well (have a) cold (have a) sore throat (high / low) blood pressure (physically / mentally) disabled (take an) overdose a twisted ankle accident ache / pain addicted (to drugs / alcohol) addiction allergic (to cats) allergy appendicitis backache be disposed / immune to sth bedridden blister broken (arm) cancer casualty cough damage one's health diabetic earache failing health fatality feel (a bit) off-colour (inf) feel (a bit) under the weather (inf) feel a bit poorly feel dizzy feel drowsy feel sick feel terrible fever feverish flu food poisoning good / excellent health headache health care health risk / hazard heart attack hurt ill with illness / malady / ailment / disease / sickness improve one's health injure / injured / injury insomnia obesity pain (in the legs / back) pneumonia poor / ill health rash runny nose a shopaholic / a workaholic sneeze sprained (ankle / wrist) stomach-ache stroke sty / stye suffer (from illness) swollen (tonsils / wrist) the state of health toothache twist (one's) ankle upset stomach vomit wound (noun) wounded ▲ .

) pain a cure for a disease ache minor ailments My (back / shoulder..PAINS (nagging / shooting.... disease illness infectious / contagious disease insurable illness / disease malignant / benign mental disease psychosomatic illness serious / chronic illness / disease symptoms of an illness/ a disease to contract a disease (frml) to suffer from an illness / a disease tumour to be gone to become ill / fall ill / get ill to complain of to cure to ease / relieve pain to feel much better to get rid of sth to get well to get worse to hurt like hell (inf) to kill pain to persist to recover from sth to treat unbearable pain acute chronic common infectious / contagious / communicable blood hereditary mental congenital hormonal nutrition ▲ ..) hurts / aches.. painful painless severe pain ILLNESS AND DISEASE (kidney) failure (lung / breast) cancer (stomach / liver) disorder acute illness childhood disease disease fatal / deadly illness / disease DISEASES AND DISORDERS disease / malady / ailment / illness / sickness pain / ache life-threatening conditions DISEASE: DISORDER: health problems virus heart non-communicable heart / venereal / skin.

INTESTINES.SPECIFIC DISEASES. INJURIES RESPIRATORY TROUBLE AND DISEASES asthma bronchitis cold / chill cough fever flu headache hiccup HAIR dandruff EYE blindness crossed eyes EAR hearing loss laryngitis nosebleed pharyngitis pneumonia rhinitis runny nose / cold in the head sore throat stuffy nose split ends cataract glaucoma earache hair loss colour-blindness far-sightedness swollen tonsils thermometer tonsillitis to be hoarse to be in bed with flu to catch / get a cold to catch / get the flu to cough baldness conjunctivitis sty / stye nearsightedness / shortsightedness to drop to have a temperature to rise to show to sneeze to sweat to take one’s temperature otitis / infection of the middle ear STOMACH. DIGESTIVE DISORDERS appendicitis cholera constipation cramps diarrhea / diarrhoea dysentery food poisoning gastritis heartburn hemorrhoids / haemorrhoids indigestion / upset stomach loss of appetite nausea stomach ulcer ulcer to be sick / vomit to choke on sth to feel sick to overeat to swallow sth to throw sth up ▲ . DISORDERS.

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES anaemia hypertension / high blood pressure heart attack stroke NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS breakdown epileptic fit convulsions headache depression mania dizziness / giddiness / vertigo meningitis epilepsy migraine ALLERGY AND SKIN DISEASES acne blister allergen burn allergic rash callus allergic reaction to sth cold sore allergic to sth cut anaphylactic shock dermatitis INFECTIOUS DISEASES (virus) infection chicken pox contagious / infectious / catching diphtheria epidemic German measles hepatitis ARTICULAR DISEASES artificial joint arthritis eczema graze / scratch hay fever inflammation irritation itchy skin / itching varicose veins vein thrombosis multiple sclerosis neurosis psychosis paranoia schizophrenia sleeplessness / insomnia pimple psoriasis rash redness scar sunburn swelling wart jaundice malaria measles mumps polio rabies salmonelosis gout rheumatism scarlet fever spread of a disease to be vaccinated / inoculated against sth tuberculosis typhoid vaccination / inoculation whooping cough ▲ .

injury sciatica slipped disc sprain stab / knife / gunshot wound sting wound wounded / injured to break to escape / avoid injury to heal / to heal a wound to hurt one’s (knee. blister bruise burn casualty concussion cut / scrape flesh / gaping wound fracture phobia drug abuse schizophrenia drug addict addict addicted chicken pox scarlet fever to gamble gambling gambler graze head.) to hurt / injure sb/oneself to pull / strain a muscle to sprain / twist to suffer a serious / minor / internal injury ▲ ...GENERAL INFECTIONS AIDS anthrax leprosy malaria rabies smallpox tetanus the flu / influenza tuberculosis typhoid yellow fever INFECTIOUS DISEASES (especially in childhood) measles diphtheria rubella / German measles polio MENTAL DISORDERS depression insomnia ADDICTIONS alcohol abuse drug addiction ONCOLOGY tumour cancer INJURIES an injury to the head. etc. etc.

GRAMMAR CORNER ARTICLES ILLNESSES THAT USE a / an cold cough cut earache eye infection fever headache runny nose sore throat stomachache no article AIDS cancer diarrhea dry skin insomnia malaria the flu hiccup measles ▲ .

OPERATIONS blood / urine test heart surgery injection medical history MEDICINES antibiotic antiseptic capsule contraceptive cream dose (of medicine) drops first-aid kit gargle iodine laxative medicament medication / remedy medicine / drug ointment pain-killer / analgesic pill powder sleeping pill syrup tablet tincture tranquillizer operation / surgery organ transplantation physical examination / check-up plastic surgery tonsils / appendix removal treatment vaccination X-ray ▲ .PEOPLE anesthesiologist cardiologist / heart specialist dentist dietician doctor donor family doctor PLACES ambulance clinic drugstore / pharmacy / chemist's hospital operating theatre reception surgery waiting room ward midwife nurse oncologist paramedic patient pediatrician pharmacist psychiatrist radiologist receptionist specialist surgeon veterinarian women's doctor / gynecologist MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS. TESTS.

FIRST AID accident and emergency department A&E (BrE Accident and Emergency) E R (AmE Emergency Room) after-effects amputation an emergency antiseptic artificial respiration / the kiss of life bite / snakebite / frostbite blood / organ / suitable donor complications concussion dressing / bandage drowning electric shock gauze internal bleeding mouth-to-mouth resuscitation neck brace MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS adhesive plaster / band-aid bandage / sling cane cast cotton wool crutches elastic bandage enema ointment operating theatre / emergency room painkiller plaster poisoning scald scar severe / heavy bleeding sling splint / splinter sterile tourniquet unconscious to bandage to be out of danger to be rushed to hospital to be taken by ambulance to hospital to bleed to death to bring sb round to call an ambulance to carry sb on a stretcher to clean the wound to come round to die of sth to donate blood to faint to fester to give first aid / first aid kit to have an accident to immobilize to lose a lot of blood to put in plaster to resuscitate to stitch up the cut to stop the bleeding to survive to volunteer to weep FIND MORE HERE eye / nose dropper forceps hot-water bag / bottle IV (intravenous) probe scalpel splint sterile gauze stethoscope stretcher surgical gloves syringe thermometer tourniquet wheelchair ▲ .

) under close medical supervision vaccination X-ray yoga to apply a cold compress to be better / to get better to be examined to be given treatment to feel as good as new (infm) to follow the doctor's advice to get a prescription to get over (the operation) to go to bed to go to hospital to go to the doctor to have a complete rest to have a scan to have an injection to have an operation / X-ray to have surgery to have tests to heal to infect sb to keep out of contact with people to make a (good / fast) recovery to make an appointment (to see the doctor) to recover (from) to spread the germs to sweat / perspire to take (one's) blood pressure to take one’s medicine to treat / to cure / to heal ▲ .TREATMENT (medical / dental) check-up antibiotic antidepressant antiseptic aspirin blood / urine test capsule chemist's chiropractic contraceptive cough medicine cream cure / remedy dose (of medicine) drops drug effective medicine / drug first-aid kit gargle heart surgery injection iodine laxative massage medical history medicament medication / remedy medicine / drug modern / traditional medicine ointment operation / surgery organ transplantation overdose painkiller / pain-killer / analgesic penicillin pharmacy physical examination / check-up pills plastic surgery powder recommended dose sedative short-term / long-term effect side effects sleeping pill stimulant syrup tablets therapist tincture tonsils / appendix removal tranquillizer treatment treatment of / for (cancer. etc.

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE acupuncture / acupuncturist aromatherapy / aromatherapy homeopath / homeopathic medicine AT THE DOCTORS casualty chemist’s / pharmacy consultant dentist doctor finding GP (general practitioner) health clinic healthcare centre hospital nurse patient SEE ALSO: PEOPLE allopathic aromatherapist homeopathy osteopath / osteopathy herbal / holistic medicine homeopathist faith healer / faith healing herbalist reflexologist / reflexology prescription private medicine public healthcare results specialist surgeon surgery waiting room ward to collect one's medicine to consult a doctor to examine sb to do a test to give an injection to go to / see / visit a doctor about sth to have regular checkups to have / undergo / submit (a medical examination) to make an appointment with the doctor to prescribe some medicine to send sb for an X-ray to stick out one’s tongue to strip to the waist to take medical leave to take / measure sb's pulse / blood pressure AT THE DENTIST brace canine tooth cavity crown bridge decayed / rotten tooth false teeth / dentures filling gum gum abscess incisor loose tooth milk / premolar / molar tooth oral hygiene plaque tooth (enamel / nerve / root) tooth decay toothache wisdom tooth to drill to extract / pull to have a tooth out ▲ .

IN HOSPITAL (plastic) surgery anaesthetist analysis of blood / urine blood test cardiology clinic / clinician department dermatology general / local anaesthetic gynaecology hospital care / treatment hospital stay DISABILITIES artificial limb / prosthesis blind Braille colour-blind crutches deaf deaf and dumb disability guide dog / seeing eye dog handicap hearing aid home care long-sighted physically / mentally disabled short-sighted sign language the disabled visually impaired wheelchair user to be confined to a wheelchair to be hard of hearing to be hearing-impaired to be in a wheelchair to go blind to look after sb to need constant care to sign inpatient intensive care unit (ICU) maternity oncology orthopaedics outpatient paediatrics physiotherapy psychiatry surgeon The doctor is (out) on his rounds. to be admitted to hospital to be confined to bed to be discharged / released from hospital to be in hospital to have / undergo an operation to make (an accurate) diagnosis to operate on (the knee.) to perform a (routine) operation under anaesthetic urology visiting hours ward X-ray SEE ALSO: PLACES ▲ . etc.

LIFESTYLE (good) physical and mental condition (high / low in) calories addict additives athletic ban on smoking in public places carbohydrates couch potato determination diabetes environmental factors excessive coffee / alcohol drinking fast food fat / fatty food fibre fit gene genetic (make-up. defect. etc.) good / poor health gym hangover health food / healthy food health problem / health risk / hazard healthy / unhealthy lifestyle heredity longevity high cholesterol level in the blood innate junk food lack of physical exercise low fat diet / low-fat food low-calorie food malnutrition nicotine obesity organic food overeating overweight perseverance preservatives prevention protein ready meal regular exercise risk of developing lung cancer run-down sedentary lifestyle / sedentary way of life shopaholic / workaholic slob (informal) state of health strenuous stressful strong-minded sufficient sleep takeaways temptation TV dinners work out ▲ .

LIFESTYLE to avoid (stress) to be a fitness fanatic / freak to be addicted to sth / be hooked on sth (inf) to be good/bad for one's health to be out of shape to be prone to sth to be under a lot of stress at work to build up an addiction to sth to chain-smoke / smoke like a chimney (inf) to consist of sth to contribute to good health to cope with stress to cut down (on fatty food) to do (regular) exercise to drink enough liquid to follow (a sensible diet) to gamble with one s health to get enough sleep to give up (smoking) to go jogging to have a balanced diet to have a strong will to keep fit to learn to relax to limit sweets / fatty meals to live to (be) 90 to look fit to lose weight to overdo it (inf) to put on weight to reduce stress to ruin / damage one’s health to slow down to smoke a lot / heavily to stay fit to stay in shape to succumb to sth to take care of one's (mental) health to take up (sport / exercise) SEE ALSO: SPORT DIET diet high (in carbohydrates) lose weight low-calorie diet low-fat diet put on weight rich (in protein) slimming diet vegan vegetarian weight loss programme to be / go on a diet ▲ .

NATURE CLIMATE WEATHER ENVIRONMENT PETS NATURE DISASTERS PLANTS ANIMALS GREEN LIVING .25.

GENERAL SUNNY RAINY WINDY WEATHER SNOWY WEATHER FORECAST CLIMATE .

GENERAL IMPRESSION awful bad beautiful blue boiling hot (informal) chilly clear sky close cloudy cold drought dry spell dull fine fog foggy gorgeous heat heatwave horrible hot humid humidity lovely nice / fine / fair / lovely weather oceanic / continental / insular climate spell (of hot weather) thermometer unpredictable unsettled / changeable weatherman to fall / go down mist misty nice overcast scorching sunny terrible warm to get cold to get warm to reach the freezing / melting point to rise / go up to set in to warm up to watch the weather (forecast) (-10) degrees Centigrade / Celsius arctic / temperate / tropical climate climate / weather change global warming good / bad weather conditions high / low tempetures in all weathers nasty / horrible / lousy (inf) weather settled USEFUL EXPRESSIONS a 5-day forecast for . above / below average temperatures sunny with cloudy periods to bucket down to clear up to freeze to melt to thaw What's the weather like? It is freezing (cold) It is hailing It is raining cats and dogs It is raining/drizzling/pouring It is snowing It is sweltering It is thundering It's (10) degrees above / below zero.. ▲ .. The sun is shining The wind is blowing It’s clouding over.

It's drizzling / spitting. to blaze down on sth/sb to glare to rise / come up to set / go down to swelter shower / showery soaking wet storm thunder thunderstorm to be flooded to be rain-drenched / soaked to clear up to get wet through / get drenched through It looks like rain.) bright clear / cloudless sky drought dry spell heatwave hot / the heat RAINY WEATHER (fine) mist (heavy) downpour (scattered) showers (thick / dense) fog be soaked cloud / cloudy / overcast sky cold damp dew down / teeming down drizzle / drizzly flood / floods grey / dull WIND AND STORM (cool/warm.. still storm thunder to blow (hard) to strike ▲ . etc.) breeze (mild/strong.. to thunder tornado typhoon windy It's windy. (inf) It's hailing.) wind blow clap / crack / roll / crash of thunder clustery humid (air / climate / atmosphere) in the shade in the sun scorcher sultry heat / stifling hot / boiling hot sunny sweltering hot hail / hailstone / hailstones hailstorm hazy / misty / foggy heavy / torrential / pouring rain light / steady rain lightning moisture pour down puddle rainbow raindrop rainfall rainy / wet flash of lightning gale force wind hurricane warm The sun is shining. It's pouring / bucketing...SUNNY AND HOT WEATHER arid (land.

.) icy / frosty (wind.. It thawed overnight..) icy cold melt mild / severe winter mud packed (snow) powdery sleet slippery slush snowdrifts snowfall snowflake snowstorm / blizzard front meteorology meteorologist pressure spell (of hot weather) temperature warm cold cool dry thaw to thaw / melt to be frozen (stiff) to clear the snow to freeze to death to pile up to shiver / tremble with cold to snow (heavily) The lake thawed last month. WEATHER FORECAST above zero below zero changeable clear up degrees (Centigrade = Celsius / Fahrenheit) (warm / cold) weather CLIMATE autumn (AmE fall) winter spring summer Indian summer continental climate harsh (climate) hot thermometer unsettled weather forecast weather map weather report wet mild moderate climate season ▲ . It's snowing.SNOW AND FROST avalanche black ice blizzard chilly cold spell / cold snap crisp freeze / freezing freezing cold frost frosty ground frost hard / heavy / sharp / severe frost hoarfrost ice icicle icy (roads.. It's sleeting. The snow is beginning to melt. It's freezing (hard).

PLANTS branch bush fertiliser flower fruit fungus (pl fungi) garden grass greenhouse grow plants leaf (pl leaves) moss pesticide petal pot plant prune (verb) root seed soil sow stem thorn tree trunk vegetable water (the plants) (verb) weed / weedkiller wildlife FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS aster begonia bluebell cactus carnation chrysanthemum TREES alder ash beech birch cedar chestnut tree cypress elm fir larch lime maple oak pine poplar rowan jasmine lavender lilac stone pine spruce willow yew oleander raspberry bush rosemary crocus daffodil dahlia daisy forget-me-not freesia gardenia gerbera hollyhock hyacinth iris lily lily of the valley marigold narcissus orchid pansy poppy primrose rose snapdragon snowdrop tulip violet BUSHES / SHRUBS bramble broom currant dogwood elderberry gooseberry bush grapevine hawthorn hazel heather hedge ivy ▲ .

OTHER PLANTS barley broad bean buckwheat camomile / chamomile clover USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to be in full bloom / blossom to be in leaf to come into bloom to come into leaf to cultivate to cut down to dig over to fertilise ANIMALS animal abuse animal rights animal shelter animal testing / animal research animal welfare biota bird breed carnivore dolphinarium domestic animal fern grass maize millet mistletoe oats rape / oilseed rape rice rye sunflower thistle weed wheat to fructify / fruit to graft to grow to mow to pick flowers to plant to plow (pough) to pollinate endangered species protection endangered wildlife extinct / extinction farm animal feed on fish herbivore herd insect mammal marine park to propagate to scarify to sow to tend to transplant to trim / prune to water to weed natural habitat / nature reserve nature / wildlife reserve / animal sanctuary predator prey public aquarium reptile species species (singular) trophy-hunting vivisection zoological garden / zoological park / zoo ▲ .

frogs) Geese honk Hens cackle / cluck Horses neigh / whinney Hyenas laugh Lions roar Mice squeak. tigers. walruses. elk. wallabies) SOUNDS OF ANIMALS Bees buzz. pigs. rabbits) invertebrates (worms. harvestman) bipeds (humans. hedgehogs) omnivores (bears. squirrels. guinea pigs) vertebrates (reptiles. rabbits) herbivores (deer. koalas. cats. they go bow wow / arf / woof Donkeys bray. horses. they go oink oink Roosters crow. horses. bats. mites. gorillas) carnivores (lions. scorpions. cats) rodents (mouse. dogs.TYPES OF ANIMALS arachnids (spiders. insects) marsupials (kangaroos. they go hee-haw Doves coo Ducks quack. they go baaah Snakes hiss Turkeys gobble. dogs. they go tu-whit / tu-whoo Pigs grunt. they go croak PETS (cat / dog / fish) food bark (verb) bat bowl cage canary cat flap claw coat collar fur goldfish guinea pig hamster house-trained keep (a pet) kennel kitten monotremes (platypus. mice. opossums. mammals. they go gobble gobble Wolves howl lead leash look after muzzle paw pedigree pet shop puppy purr rabbit rat snake ▲ stroke (verb) turtle vet (veterinary surgeon) wag (a tail) whine . beavers. cheetahs) diurnal animals (squirrels. coyotes. monkeys) pinnipeds (seals. they go cock-a-doodle-doo Sheep and goats bleat. growl. ticks. foxes. they go buzzzz Birds chirp and sing. birds. they go quack quack Elephants trumpet Frogs croak. they go moo Crows caw Cuckoos cuckoo. they go ee ee Owls hoot. rats. sea lions) quadrupeds (cows. they go tweet tweet Cats mew. hamsters. amphibians. they go cheep Cows low. badgers. they go cuckoo Dogs bark. they go meow Chicks cheep. echidna) nocturnal animals (owls. wolves.

ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE acid rain become extinct burn rubbish car exhaust fumes carbon dioxide deforestation destroy DISASTERS (bush / forest) fire avalanche blizzard drought dust storm earthquake famine GREEN LIVING alternative (sources of energy) biodegradable disposable energy-saving organic organic fertilisers ozone-friendly recycle recycled recycling returnable reusable reuse (verb) selective recycling solar (energy / power) solar panel sort rubbish unleaded petrol water power wind power wind turbine flood global warming greenhouse effect hail storm heat wave hurricane landslide natural disaster snow storm thunderstorm tornado tsunami volcanic eruption wildfire die out eco-friendly environmentally friendly holes in the ozone layer landfill lead leak natural habitat oil spill ozone hole pesticides polluted pollution smog ▲ .

etc.global warming climate change the greenhouse effect the hole In the ozone layer endangered species extinction soil erosion deforestation desertification avalanches landslides earthquakes draughts tornados floods tidal waves tsunamis ecosystem the biosphere habitat ecology eco-biodiversity the food chain Signs of damage to the environment Related to the environment ENVIRONMENT Things that are good for the environment Things that harm the environment pollution acid rain toxic waste pesticides fossil fuels car fumes carbon emissions overpopulation overfishing intensive farming invasive species People who want to protect the environment environmentally-friendly / eco-friendly methods renewable sources of energy organic foods sustainable methods of farming. fishing. biodegradable materials recycling point / centre bottle banks solar / wind / water power wind farm wind turbine biofuel environmentalist environmental activists / groups the Greens eco-warrior .

NATURE CLIMATE WEATHER LAND WATER PLANTS THE UNIVERSE THE EARTH NATURE SPACE EXPLORATION ▲ ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT .

THE UNIVERSE asteroid astronaut big bang theory black dwarf black hole celestial body comet conjunction constellation eclipse full moon galaxy globe gravitation interplanetary interstellar dust light year lunar eclipse lunar orbit magellanic cloud magnetic field matter meteor meteor shower meteorite moon nebula new moon nova orbit outer space phases of the moon planet planetary nebula pulsar quasar solar eclipse solar system star star cluster starry supernova the Earth the Milky Way the moon the sun to orbit the earth / the sun to rotate to rotate on one's axis total eclipse UFO (unidentified flying object) SEE ALSO: SPACE EXPLORATION THE EARTH ▲ .

LAND LAY OF THE LAND, LANDSCAPE FORMS beach gorge cape highland cave hill coast hillock coastline island / isle coral reef lakeland crater lowland crest / ridge marsh desert mountain escarpment mountain ranges glacier plain VEGETATION / FLORA broad-leaved forest deciduous forest / leafy forest coniferous forest jungle forest / wood WATER WATERS, WATER AREA brook canal / channel delta estuary / firth fresh water groundwater running water standing water surface water territorial / inland waters gulf lagoon lake ocean peninsula pond river sea stream waterfall grassland moor savanna steppe woodland pool / pond promontory range river basin rock sound strait stream / brook summit valley volcano

26. CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

FILMS

BOOKS

ART

THEATRE

CULTURE
LEISURE TIME

MUSIC

FILM AND CINEMA
TYPES OF FILM

action film adaptation adventure film animation black comedy blockbuster B-movie cartoon / animated film chick flick FILM PEOPLE (all-star / star-filled) cast actor / actress leading / principal actor film star / a rising star agent MAKING A FILM cast / storyboard to animate to cut to dub to finance to go to an audition to make / shoot a film on location / in the studio to star

comedy / romantic comedy costume drama crime film documentary drama epic feature film (movie) film adaptation historical film

horror film love story / tearjerker (inf) musical newsreel prequel remake road movie science fiction movie sequel

silent film slapstick comedy spoof thriller trailer war film western / cowboy film western film X-rated film

cameraman critic director extra film crew PLOT dialogue backstory ending protagonist twist villain narrator CINEMA VOCABULARY audition big-budget (low-budget) movie box-office hit / blockbuster (inf) cinema / movie theatre cinema-goer flop (inf) multiplex film / opera buff USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

gaffer (chief electrician) make-up artist / make-up man producer scriptwriter stuntman / woman premiere review role / part supporting role screen screenplay / script soundtrack special effects sound effects stunts subtitles ticket for (a film) What’s on at the cinema today?

THEATRE AT THE THEATRE act aisle applause / standing ovation audience auditorium backstage balcony bell box box office cloakroom complimentary ticket for the theatre costume THEATRE STAFF a stand-in for sb actor actress cast costume designer extra hero heroine PERFORMANCE to be on / be shown / be playing ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is playing tonight. USEFUL EXPRESSIONS curtain curtain call dress circle (dress) rehearsal dressing room in the wings interval lobby orchestra pit performance / play playbill premiere / first night props (stage prop) lead / leading / starring role major / minor / title role make-up artist play playwright prompter stage manager stagehand to put on / perform / stage a play drama / tragedy repertoire scenery / set seat spotlight sold out stage the circle the stalls theatre programme theatregoer wings rehearsal for / of (Romeo and Juliet) to rehearse a play supporting role / part understudy usher(ette) to be cast in the role / part to cast sb in the male / female lead to play / act the part of Romeo to take the part of Romeo matinee comedy (of manners) musical tragicomedy

MUSIC AND CONCERT MUSICAL GENRES ballet blues chamber music classical music country music dance MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS accordion balalaika bass guitar bagpipes banjo double bass bassoon bow brass instrument cello clarinet cymbals double bass AT A CONCERT accompanist band / group / choir / chorus conductor / score drummer fan easy listening electronic folk heavy metal hip hop instrumental music drum drumstick flute French horn grand piano guitar acoustic guitar electric guitar harp horn kettledrum keyboard mandolin flautist guitarist microphone orchestra performance jazz Latin opera pantomime pop punk mouth organ oboe organ percussion piano piccolo plectrum / pick (inf) saxophone string stringed instrument synthesizer tambourine triangle pianist podium saxophonist soloist / vocalist the audience R & B (rhythm and blues) rap reggae music rock techno trombone trumpet tuba viola violin xylophone the strings / the string section the brass the woodwind / wind the percussion to beat drums to play (the piano) to pluck (the strings) to accompany sb (on the piano) to give a concert to dance / sing / perform ▼ ▲ .

three-act play tune / melody vocal / live / recorded music to be musical / have an ear for music to be tone-deaf to clap / applaud to form a band / group to get / win a round of applause to have a long run to have stage fright to hiss / boo to improvise to learn / forget one's lines to listen to music to play by ear to play in a convincing way to play music to read music to play (the piano) to set / put sth to music to sing / play in tune to write / compose music ▲ .MUSIC VOCABULARY (a musical) piece (a number one / a smash) hit (the) charts (pl) album alto applause ballet band / orchestra baritone bass beat (noun) box-office hit / blockbuster (inf) CD (compact disc) choreography composer / to compose concert / concert hall conductor / to conduct contemporary (music / dance) curtain call dance evening performance failure / flop (inf) farce female / male voice first night / premiere full / empty house goes down goes up group high / low note loud / thunderous applause lyrics (singular) matinee mezzo soprano musical (style) musician note out of tune outstanding / poor performance overture record (noun) release (a single / an album) rhythm singer / to sing sonata songwriter soprano standing ovation symphony tenor the curtain falls / closes the curtain rises / opens The performance was a success.

BOOKS AND READING BOOK appendix contents bibliography copy binding cover blurb dedication book jacket edition chapter epilogue character flyleaf LITERATURE atlas author / writer autobiography / biography ballad / song / sonnet bestseller / blockbuster (inf) chick lit coursebook / textbook detective story / whodunit detective / historical / romantic novel diary READING bookworm dull / boring book heavy book readable voracious / avid reader well-read USEFUL EXPRESSIONS graphics hardback illustration index introduction line literary review page paperback paragraph passage plot preface / foreword reprint review setting spine subtitle title to publish to translate into (French) dictionary / encyclopedia fables / fairy tales fiction / non-fiction handbook / manual / guide book horror / thriller literary (criticism / genre / critic) love story / romance novel / novelist play / comedy / tragedy plot well-written to finish the book to flick / leaf / browse through sth to get around to the book to have several books going to plough through sth poem / poet poetry / prose protagonist reference book / thesaurus resolution review / reviewer science fiction / fantasy (novel) sequel (short) story trash to pore over sth to read sth at / in one sitting to read sth from cover to cover to reread sth to skim / scan through sth to skip some parts ▲ .

. The play / book / film tells the story of. The plot involves .. PERFORMANCE accurate to history appealing artistic awkwardly staged badly cast boring / dull chilling with suspense compelling controversial disappointing disturbing enjoyable entertaining exciting heart-wrenching highly praised impressive informative interesting involving long applauded modestly budgeted moving readable realistic shot on location spectacular star-studded stunning successful thought provoking true to life unimaginative unputdownable (book) (un)satisfactory well cast well received well reviewed well shot The play / book / film is set in .... The plot has an unexpected twist The story begins with . FILM...... The play / film is the sequel / prequel to . The plot revolves around . The ploy / book / film is based on a true story / real events The play / film stars .... I couldn’t tear myself away from the book. The play / film is directed by ... The plot focuses on ..USEFUL EXPRESSIONS DESCRIBING A BOOK. The story unfolds The story reaches its climax The story ends with a happy ending ▲ ...

. The ploy / book / film is based on a true story / real events The play / film stars . PERFORMANCE The play / book / film is set in . The play / film is the sequel / prequel to . The plot involves .... The play / book / film tells the story of. The plot has an unexpected twist The story begins with .. The play / film is directed by . The story unfolds The story reaches its climax The story ends with a happy ending ...........DESCRIBING A BOOK.. FILM... The plot revolves around . The plot focuses on .

ART AND HANDICRAFTS (a) piece of art (a) work of art abstract painting acrylic / oil paints art collector art festival art gallery art studio artist background brush camera canvas clay contemporary / modern art crochet design WORKS OF ART ceramics collage drawing embroidery engraving landscape lace-making macramé mosaic oil painting painting photograph portrait sculpture seascape statue still life watercolour draw (in pen / pencil / charcoal) easel exhibit (verb) exhibition frame glass painting graphics (singular) handicraft jewellery making masterpiece / work of art modelling outline paint painter palette pastels perspective photographer photography potter's wheel pottery sculpt sculptor self-portrait sewing sketch take (photographs / photos / pictures) valuable visual arts weaving woodworking ▲ ▼ THE ARTS ▼ .

THE ARTS CULTURE LITERARY ARTS LITERATURE PROSE fiction novels short stories biographies PERFORMING ARTS THE ARTS VISUAL ARTS FINE ART(S) Two-dimensional work illustration painting and drawing comics mosaics printmaking and imaging fiber art calligraphy photography Three-dimensional work sculpture architecture ceramics media art non-fiction dictionaries atlases manuals THEATRE DANCE CINEMA BALLET OPERA OPERETTA CONCERT DRAMA play POETRY poem ORAL TEXTS epic legend myth ballad folktale APPLIED ARTS industrial design fashion design decorative art media art CONCEPTUAL ART CONTEMPORARY ART graphic design interior design functional (modern architecture) art ▲ .

LEISURE TIME HOBBY bike riding bird watching / birding board game bowling bungee jumping camping canoeing card game caving coin collecting computer game crossword puzzle diversion / entertainment DESCRIBING A HOBBY absorbing addictive challenging creative dangerous eccentric educational energising extraordinary extreme fascinating fulfilling impressive indoor inspiring intellectually rewarding outdoor rare relaxing revitalizing satisfying strange time-consuming unusual diving do-it-yourself (DIY) drawing embroidery entertainment fishing free time gambling gardening hang gliding knitting model building / aeromodelling mountain biking mountaineering nature watching needlework outdoors (adv) painting paragliding patchwork pet-keeping photography playing a musical instrument pottery pyrography roller-skating scuba diving sculpting skydiving snowboard jumping stamp collecting street basketball target shooting travelling watching TV whitewater rafting woodwork working out yachting SEE ALSO: SPORTS TOURISM ▲ .

shells. sew to learn languages to listen to music. cards. hunting to go for a walk to go jogging.ENTERTAINMENT HOBBY USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to ask (sb) out to go (swimming / dancing) to go (to the cinema / to a concert) to go out (with friends) to have / take up a hobby to have / throw / go to a party to listen (to music / to the radio) to pass time / to spend time to play (cards / chess / tennis / basketball) to play (video / computer / board) games to play (the piano / the drums) to read (books / magazines / comics) to build aeromodels to collect stamps. concert to go to a gym to go to the opera. party. swimming. theatre. antiques to cook to dance in a club to do charity work to do crossword puzzles to do the football pools to do / play a sport to draw. embroider. cinema to keep a pet to knit. coins. canoeing to go to a disco. bowls. the radio to meet friends to party to play chess. golf to potter around the garden to sing karaoke to surf the Internet to take photographs to take up (a sport / swimming / a hobby) to watch (TV / a video) TOURISM ▲ . paint to fly kites / model aeroplanes to gamble to garden SEE ALSO: SPORTS to give / throw a party to go clubbing to go fishing. bridge to play computer games to play paintball to play tennis.

mountains to lie on the beach CAMPING ▲ . lakeside.TOURISM ON HOLIDAYS adventure adventurer backpack backpacker beach bonfire camp site coastline expedition guide book holiday break holidaymaker holidays itinerary landmark leave luggage package holiday resort rest rucksack safari seaside sights sightseeing sightseer souvenir spa town stay suitcase tent ticket tour tourism tourist tourist attractions tourist guide travel agency travel agent traveller trip visitor to pack to pitch a tent / put up a tent to see the sights to set off on a journey to sightsee / to go sightseeing to sunbathe to take photos of to tour (around / round / in) to travel light to travel loaded to visit USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to take a day off to backpack / to go backpacking to bask in the sun to be well in excess of one's luggage allowance to camp out to cross the border to go abroad to go on an expedition to go on holiday / to have a holiday to go to the seaside.

MEDIA THE PRESS TELEVISION RADIO MEDIA MEDIA MANIA THE INTERNET .27.

NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES (classified) advert(isement) (inf ad) (comic) strip (evening / special) edition (yesterday's / May 2006) issue advice column article / (leading) story banner headline broadcast broadsheet cartoon strip circulation classified ad / want ad column / columnist comic strip copy daily / daily paper editor editorial episode evening edition / morning edition front page / back page glossy (magazine) headline in the local / national newspaper interview journal journalist letter to the editor local press lonely hearts magazine monthly (magazine) national press newsagent('s) / newsstand newspaper (informal paper) obituary paparazzi periodical photographer press cutting proof-reader publishing house quarterly (magazine / periodical) quiz report reporter / journalist show business (informal showbiz) subscribe (to) subscriber subscription Sunday newspaper supplement tabloid target audience the box (informal) the front page the gutter press the press to be in / make / grab / hit the headlines to cut / censor to flick through sth / leaf through sth to publish sth to skim / scan to subscribe to sth TV and radio guide weekly (magazine) ▲ .

..) to tune in to turn down / turn up to turn on / off to watch television / TV ▲ .TELEVISION (animated) cartoon broadcast cable cable TV channel commentator commercial controls current affairs digital documentary editor episode game show host interview interviewer live broadcast music programme newsreader / anchor observer on television / on TV presenter prime time quiz quiz show reality show reality TV (show) remote (control) report reporter satellite dish satellite TV screen serial series show business (inf showbiz) sitcom (situation comedy) soap (opera) sports programme talk show chat show talk-show host television / TV (inf) / telly (inf) television broadcast television serial terrestrial the news three-part serial TV set / telly / the box (inf) / the tube (inf) TV aerial TV channel TV studio viewer VJ / veejay / video jockey weather forecast to broadcast / transmit / air to cut / censor to change the channel to come LIVE to host a show to switch over to (CNN .

in the spotlight to subscribe ▲ .RADIO announcer broadcast / radio programme chat show / phone-in commercial frequency licence fee long./ short-wave news / newsreader on the radio presenter preview studio wavelength to host a talk show to listen to the radio to tune in to a radio station to turn the radio down / up to turn the radio on / off MEDIA MANIA accurate blunder close-up commercials controversial coverage critical editor fallible freelancer gaffe glamorous gossip column headline jingles legitimate maverick mistake-prone newsworthy overview respondent review reviewer shot subliminal subscription unbiased whim to acknowledge to capture to cover to criticise to edit edition to imply to put smth./ medium.

28. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INVENTIONS COMMUNICATION SCIENTISTS SCIENCE SPACE COMPUTERS .

TECHNOLOGY IN OUR LIVES INVENTIONS aerial appliance battery button cable cellular memory charge / charger connection digital (watch) SCIENCES AND SCIENTISTS (make a) discovery archaeologist archaeology area of research biologist biology chemist chemistry computer science conduct (research) development discover discoverer engineer engineering explore explorer geneticist genetics geologist geology invent invention inventor investigate laboratory (lab) linguist linguistics mathematician mathematics patent (an invention) physicist physics political science psychologist psychology research research institute research laboratory to analyse to discover to invent to explore researcher scientific scientific theory scientist social sciences sociologist sociology specialisation specialise (in sth) statistical data statistics study survey electronic engine gadget get a prize headphones headset labour saving device lens (singular) link manual mobile phone motor plug / socket strap technology test tube VCR (video cassette recorder) wireless (carry out / conduct / do / perform an) experiment / test (chemical / mathematical / scientific) formula (carry out / do / conduct / undertake) research ▲ .

data traveller data processing USEFUL VERBS to attach to be out of order to be playing up (informal) to browse to click (on sth) / to double click to configure to crash to customise to delete to download (a file / data) to drag to enter to go dead (informal) to insert to install / to uninstall to load to log in / on to log off / out to open (a program) to press to print to record to restart (a computer) to retrieve data to run (a program) to save to scroll down to scroll up to stop working to store (files / information) to surf (the Internet) to update to zip (unzip) database desktop / desktop (computer) disk / disk drive DVD drive file firewall floppy disk freeware hard disk hardware icon IT (information technology) key / keyboard laptop (computer) main board memory menu microprocessor monitor mouse operating system out of order PC (personal computer) portable printer programmer RAM (Random Access Memory) ROM (Read-Only Memory) reset resolution scanner screensaver settings setup software toolbar update virus wireless (connection) THE INTERNET ▲ .COMPUTERS application break down CD-reader / CD-writer CD-ROM drive click / (double-)click computer program computer programmer configuration CPU cursor data data carrier.

SPACE alien astronaut capsule comet countdown extraterrestrial extraterrestrial object launch launch pad lift-off lunar lander manned spacecraft meteor meteorite orbit orbital flight orbital launch orbital station outer space rocket satellite shooting star space space probe space race space racket space shuttle Space Shuttle program space station space suit space tourism space travel spacecraft / spaceship spaceflight spacesuit spacewalk telescope the universe voyage weightlessness to go into orbit to launch into orbit to take the first step on the moon to walk in space UFO (unidentified flying object) UNIVERSE ▲ .

COMMUNICATION THE TELEPHONE THE INTERNET THE POST OFFICE .

etc. to call about sth to call sb back to call / phone (up) / ring sb to dial a number to dial the wrong number to get through to sb to get / receive a call to give sb a call / give sb a ring to hang up on sb to hold on / hold the line to leave a message to look up the number to make a call to mishear to mistake sb for someone else to phone a number to pick up / lift the receiver to replace / hang up (the receiver) to slam down the phone to speak on the phone to speak up to take a message to take the phone (in the office) to text / text message to use sb's phone The line is engaged / busy. COMPUTERS ▲ .TELEPHONING anonymous call answering machine area code by / over the phone engaged / busy hoax / crank call (BrE) / prank call (AmE) incoming / outgoing calls local / long distance call interference mobile phone pay phone phone bill phone book / telephone directory phone booth phone card reverse charge call / collect call THE INTERNET (web) browser attachment chatroom connection email address inbox network password service provider user / netizen user name webcast web page to attach to be connected to be online / offline to be posted on the website to browse to check one's email to contact sb by email to download (a file) / to upload to find sth on the Internet to have access to the Internet / the Net to log in / on to sth to log off / out to search for sth to send / receive / save an email to shop online to surf the Net to visit sb's website / chat room text message voicemail to answer the phone to be cut off to be on the phone to call a doctor / the police / a cab.

THIS SIDE UP. URGENT. HANDLE WITH CARE.POST OFFICE SERVICES addressee airmail by recorded delivery / by registered post care of (c/o) enclosure envelope for the attention of sb junk mail letter letterbox package / parcel postage postal order postbox postcard postcode postman / postwoman return address scales sender special delivery stamp surface mail the contents writing paper / notepaper to clear one's letterbox to collect sth at the post office to deliver / be notified by post to drop in the postbox to enclose sth to get lost in the post to hand in at the counter to open one's post to post a letter / parcel to put a stamp on sth to send sth COD (cash on delivery) to weigh FRAGILE. ▲ .

STATE AND LAW INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS COUNTRIES STATE POLITICS CRIME AND PUNISHMENT STATE AND LAW SOCIAL GAPS .29.

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS INTERNATIONAL POLITICS accession accession agreement accession process accession talks adversary agreement / pact / convention alliance / ally applicant country application armed attack / assault associate member breakthrough candidate country ceasefire citizenship citizenship of the Union civil defense common / foreign policy common market USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to apply for membership to become a member to call a truce to come into effect to defend to designate to deter wars to expand to fight to hold talks to implement to integrate to join (military alliance) to ratify to reach agreement to sign to take steps forward to undermine to unify to work closely together community conflict cooperation counterattack decision-making defence economic growth emergency enlargement / expanding expansion process global power implementation integration international stability justice and home affairs member state membership membership application military alliance military forces missile defense negotiations neutrality non-tariff barriers nuclear weapons peace peace talks peacekeeping role policy protection quota relations resolution resolution of conflicts reunification safety security security forces security policy self-defense single currency single market solidarity sovereignty stability strategic interest strategic player tariff terrorist threat the European Union (EU) threat treaty truce unity violence weapons of mass destruction world power ▲ .

coalition to go to the polls to hold an election to join a party to lose an election to overthrow to reign to stand for to take up office to veto to vote for / against to win a seat to win an election SOCIAL GAPS ▲ .COUNTRIES abroad anarchy border boundary citizen citizenship country dictator dictatorship domestic emigrate emigration empire exile foreign foreigner STATE AND LAW USEFUL EXPRESSIONS to abstain (from voting) to amend to appoint to be in power to cast a vote/ballot to come to power to crown to dissolve Parliament frontier home country homeland immigration immigration policy independence independent indigenous inhabitant internal kingdom local monarchy nation national national anthem national flag nationality overpopulated overpopulation political asylum population (densely/heavily/sparsely/thickly) populated province refugee region regional republic royal family royalty state the people to elect to form a government.

POLITICS act (of parliament) activist administration agitator ambassador anarchist assembly authority ballot box ballot paper bill (of parliament) cabinet cabinet minister capitalism capitalist chamber (of parliament) chancellor citizen citizenship city council city hall civil servant coalition communism communist Congress Congressman / Congresswoman (USA) Conservative (BrE also Tory) constituency constitution constitutional monarchy consul consulate coup d'etat debate democracy democrat democratic demonstrate demonstration (informal demo) department deputy prime minister dictator dictatorship diplomacy diplomat diplomatic corps election election results electorate embassy faction fascism Foreign Affairs / Home Affairs general election govern government (AmE administration) governor head of state house House of Commons (UK) House of Lords (UK) House of Representatives (USA) independence introduce a law King law left-wing legislate legislation liberal liberalism lobby ▲ .

POLITICS local election local government mandate Mayor mayoral election member of parliament (MP) minister Ministry (of Defence / Finance) monarch monarchy MP (BrE Member of Parliament) nation nationality opposition Parliament parliamentarian parliamentary election party party member policy (on sth) political leader political party political system politician politics polling booth polling station populist presidency President presidential campaign presidential election Prime Minister (PM) Queen radical referendum / plebiscite reform Representative (USA) republic republican resign resignation right-wing rule (verb) seat secretary (of state) Senate (US) session / in session Shadow Cabinet sitting social democracy socialism socialist Speaker (of the Parliament) state statesman statute suffrage takeover term / term of office the Cabinet the intelligence service the Opposition the secret service the Speaker totalitarianism town councillor vote vote of confidence vote of no confidence voter / elector ▲ .

CRIMES CRIMES CRIMINALS MINDMAP CRIME INVESTIGATION AT COURT .

.CRIMES AND CRIMINALS TOWARDS THINGS AND PROPERTY arson arsonist burglary burglar to burgle pickpocketing pickpocket poaching poacher to poach riot/fight rioter robbery robber to rob (a bank) shoplifting shoplifter to shoplift theft thief to steal sth from sb crime / misdemeanour / felony TOWARDS PEOPLE assault mugging kidnapping / abduction hijacking blackmail rape murder assassination manslaughter missing wanted to attack sb to beat sb up to break into (a shop) to rob sb of sth to nick (inf)/pinch sth (inf) stolen (cars. valuables.) petty / serious / violent crime to commit a crime / an offence mugger kidnapper / abductor hijacker blackmailer rapist murderer assassin to assault sb to mug to kidnap sb / abduct sb to hijack to blackmail to rape to murder to assassinate hostage to demand a ransom to threaten to extort (money) from sb attempted rape rape victim attempted murder murder weapon to defend oneself against / from sb in self-defence ▲ ..

. alcohol.) to accept / take a bribe counterfeit / fake / false (money. etc. goods....) under the table THE CRIMINAL CAUGHT (main / chief) suspect accused criminal culprit disguise extensive eyewitness international interrogation investigation nationwide victim to arrest sb / nick sb (inf) to be caught red-handed / in the act to be taken to a police station to confuse the police to escape / get away to help the police with their inquiries to hold / keep sb in custody to interrogate to investigate to issue a warrant to launch a search / manhunt to leave sb's fingerprints (on sth) to make up (the whole story.) to produce an alibi to prove evidence to put handcuffs on sb to search for sb to search sb for sth to search sth to suspect sb of sth to take a lie detector test ▲ .CHEATING AND OTHER DISHONEST BEHAVIOUR a cheat con (inf) rip-off (inf) to be taken in bribery embezzlement forgery / fake piracy smuggling treason bootlegging cheater crook (inf) to rip sb off briber embezzler forger pirate smuggler betrayer to bootleg to cheat to con to cheat sb out of sth to con sb out of (an amount) (inf) to swear in public to bribe corruption to embezzle to forge / fake / counterfeit to smuggle to betray bootleg (recordings.

.. to give the verdict to go free to hear the case to hear the witnesses to increase / reduce a sentence to order sb to do to order sb to pay a fine to pay bail to plead guilty / confess to put sb behind bars (inf) to release sb / set sb free / free sb to release sb on bail to rule (in sb’s favour) to sentence sb to (2 years in prison. etc.AT COURT (un)just punishment barrister cell community service court case courtroom death penalty / capital punishment defendant / the accused evidence false accusation heavy sentence in the dock in the witness box life imprisonment light / stiff sentence perjury prosecutor suspended sentence testimony the defence the judge the jury the prosecution trial to appeal against one’s conviction to appeal to the highest courts to appear in court to be acquitted / convicted of a charge to be charged with sth / be accused of sth to be on trial for sth / be tried for sth to be sentenced to / get / be given .) to serve a sentence to take sb to court to testify ▼ ▲ .. to be under oath to drop the charges against sb to examine the evidence to face an accusation of sth to find sb guilty / innocent of a crime to get away with..

CRIME AND LAW BREAKERS COURT TRIAL PUNISHMENT CRIMINALS CRIME VOCABULARY CRIMES POLICE IDENTIFICATION (ID) CRIME AND PUNISHMENT .

steal (from firm) forge. racket.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 CRIME arson assassination bigamy blackmail bribery burglary corruption desertion drug dealing embezzlement forgery fraud hijacking hooliganism kidnapping VERB set fire (to property) assassinate. deal embezzle. fake deceive. murder marry (while being married) blackmail bribe steal from homes corrupt desert sell. make troubles kidnap CRIMINAL an arsonist an assassin a bigamist a blackmailer a briber a burglar a corrupter a deserter a drug dealer an embezzler a forger a fraudster or con man a hijacker a hooligan a kidnapper . defraud hijack misbehave.

destroy. kill offend. spoil CRIMINAL a mugger a murderer an offender a pickpocket a poacher a rapist a racketeer a robber a shoplifter a smuggler a spy a strangler a terrorist a thief a vandal . break law steal (from pockets) hunt illegally rape racket rob shoplift bootleg. spying strangling terrorism theft vandalism VERB attack and rob murder.16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CRIME mugging murder offence pickpocketing poaching rape racket robbery shoplifting smuggling espionage. smuggle spy strangle terrorize steal vandalise.

TYPES OF CRIMINALS an accomplice an arsonist an assailant an assassin a bigamist a blackmailer a burglar a criminal a deserter an embezzler a forger OTHER CRIMES a fraud or con man a hijacker a hooligan a kidnapper a mugger a murderer a perpetrator a pickpocket a poacher a racketeer a rapist a robber a shoplifter a smuggler a spy a strangler a suspect a terrorist a thief a vandal a young offender / delinquent an offender abuse of power accident fraud assault baby. with malice.or wife-battering child abuse conspiracy counterfeit criminal attempt cyber attack / warfare disorderly conduct domestic dispute domestic violence drag trafficking drug peddling drunk driving embezzlement felony hack homicide (by misadventure. calculated…) identity theft / ID fraud larceny (gang larceny) manslaughter misdemeanour noise complaint / swearing in public perjury petty theft piracy sexual harassment slander speeding street crime swindling torture treason trespassing ▲ .

But when the Jury brings a verdict of guilty. It means that a person will go to prison if he commits another crime within a certain period of time. It can be: a fine. then a Judge reads his sentence. jail or prison sentence.TYPES OF PUNISHMENT ban capital punishment community service corporal punishment death penalty / death sentence discharge do time (in prison) electric chair eviction fine gas chamber house arrest imprisonment jail sentence / jail time lethal injection license suspension life (term) imprisonment life in prison probation sentence solitary confinement speeding fine suspended sentence traffic ticket When a person is given a verdict of not guilty. According to the situation the punishment can be also different. he is put on probation he may leave prison before his term is finished. A term of imprisonment can also vary from a life term to several weeks only. There is a suspended prison sentence too. he is discharged. When the behaviour of a prisoner was good and he didn't cause troubles. ▲ . community service.

COURT TRIAL PEOPLE IN COURT attorney for defence attorney for plaintiff bailiff barrister clerk court court reporter defence COURT ROOM defence lawyer defendant judge jury lawyer offence offender plaintiff the judge's bench the jury box the public gallery verdict to be accused of / to acquit to answer a complaint to appeal to be found guilty / not guilty to be sentenced to to bring in a verdict of guilty / not guilty to bring the case to court to detain a person to examine a witness / evidence to file a complaint police officer prosecution prosecution lawyer prosecutor remand home solicitor stenographer suspect the witness' box attorneys' tables court reporter's desk the dock LEGAL PROCEDURE caution convict court case / trial cross examination direct examination gavel (hammer) go before the court guilty innocent justice offence to grant parole to indict somebody for to issue a warrant of arrest to issue somebody a summon to keep in custody to present evidence to put on probation to release somebody on bail to sue ▲ .

POLICE WORK

alibi armed and dangerous arrest at large / on the loose autopsy back-up ban baton / night stick break in(to) break the law captor car alarm cell / gaol / jail charge chase commit a crime convict coroner authentic barcode birth certificate compulsory controversy counterfeit ID / fraudulent ID
fingerprint

crime scene cruiser / squad car custody detective DNA DUI (Driving under the Influence) DWI (Driving while Intoxicated) escape / break out evidence fingerprints FREEZE! gang get away handcuffs hold up hostage inspector intruder crack down on fake ID driving / driver's licence government-issued ID card photo ID card ID fraud illegal / legal magnetic stripe

investigate investigation legal / illegal motive officer on patrol perpetrator poison pursuit ransom speeding ticket statement suspect victim walkie-talkie weapon witness WANTED medical / health card passport permanent residence card social security card underground company voter registration card
PIN (Personal Identification Number)

TYPES OF ID AND SECURITY MEASURES

30. DEATH AND FUNERAL DEATH cause of death coroner to be close to death to bleed to death to burn to death to commit suicide to breathe your last breath FUNERAL burial buried burned / cremated coffin condolence cremation funeral funeral oration funeral procession grave gravestone / tombstone graveyard / cemetery hearse obituary the bereaved bereavement the mourners undertaker urn to be a solace to sb to be in mourning to bequeath sb a fortune to bequeath / leave sth to sb to express sympathy to go to / attend sb's funeral to lay a wreath to make a last will to mourn sb's death to mourn / grieve for sb to seek / find solace to wear mourning (dress) to depart this life to die a hero / a martyr to die a natural / violent death to die for sth to die from cancer / injuries... to die in an accident to die in one’s sleep to die of starvation / old age... to die young / poor to die / pass away to do a post-mortem / autopsy on sb to drown to freeze to death to go to meet your maker

30 TOPICS
1. FAMILY
FAMILY / FAMILY MEMBERS / ADOPTION

CONTENTS 17. HOME
PLACES TO LIVE / HOUSE / ROOM / ENTRANCE / LIVING ROOM BEDROOM / KITCHEN / BATHROOM / BUYING A HOUSE/ A FLAT RENT / BREAKDOWNS

2. HUMAN RELATIONS
FRIENDSHIP / LOVE / DATE / SEX / WEDDING / MARRIAGE

3. PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS
PARTNERSHIP PROBLEMS / ARGUMENTS / INFIDELITY / BREAKUP

18. HOUSEHOLD
HOUSEHOLD / MESS AND CLEANING / HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES

4. CHILDREN
BABIES / CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR / CHILDREN'S GAMES UPBRINGING / PROBLEMS OF YOUNG PEOPLE

19. SCHOOL AND EDUCATION
SCHOOLS / SUBJECTS / CLASSROOM / LESSON EXAMS AND PERFORMANCE / UNIVERSITY STUDY

5. DAILY ROUTINE
INTHEMORNING / IN THE AFTERNOON / TIME FOR BED

20. THE HUMAN BODY
PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY / BODILY FUNCTIONS AND MOVEMENTS

6. FREE TIME
FREE TIME / VISITS

21. PHYSICAL APPEARANCE
ATTRACTIVENESS / BUILD / HAIR / FACE

7. HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY / HOTEL ACCOMMODATION / BEACH / CAMPING

22. FEELINGS, EMOTIONS, MOODS
FEELING HAPPY / FEELING UNHAPPY / FEELING ANGRY EMOTIONS / MOODS

8. TRAVEL
BY RAIL / BY AIR / BY SEA / ON FOOT / BY BICYCLE

9. TRAFFIC AND DRIVING
TRAFFIC / DRIVING / CAR ACCIDENTS / CAR / PROBLEMS

23. HUMAN QUALITIES 24. HEALTH AND ILLNESS
HEALTH AND HEALTH PROBLEMS / PAINS / ILLNESS AND DISEASE INJURIES / FIRST AID / TREATMENT / LIFESTYLE AT THE DOCTOR / AT THE DENTIST / IN HOSPITAL / DISABILITIES

10. TOWN AND SIGHTS
TOWN / STREET / SIGHTS

11. JOB
EMPLOYMENT / APPLYING FOR A JOB / WORK / CAREER / LEAVING A JOB

25. WEATHER
WEATHER AND TEMPERATURE / SUNNY AND HOT WEATHER RAINY WEATHER / WIND AND STORM / SNOW AND FROST

12. MONEY
MONEY MATTERS / THE BANK

26. CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
FILM AND CINEMA / THEATRE / MUSIC AND CONCERT BOOKS AND READING / ART AND HANDICRAFTS

13. SHOPPING
IN A SHOP / GOODS / SHOPS AND SERVICES / SALE / COMPLAINTS

14. CLOTHES AND FASHION
CLOTHING / DESCRIBING CLOTHES / ACCESSORIES / JEWELLERY FOOTWEAR / DRESSING / FASHION

27. MEDIA
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES / TELEVISION / RADIO

28. COMMUNICATION
TELEPHONING / THE INTERNET / POST OFFICE SERVICES

15. FOOD AND DRINKS
FOOD / FRUITS / VEGETABLES / NUTS / BEVERAGES

29. CRIME
CRIMES AND CRIMINALS / THE CRIMINAL CAUGHT / AT COURT

16. COOKING AND EATING
COOKING / EATING HABITS / RESTAURANT / ON THE TABLE

30. DEATH AND FUNERAL
DEATH / FUNERAL

WORDBANK
1. FAMILY LIFE
Stages in life People in your life Relationships Family history Daily routine Special days

6. SCHOOL
Types of schools People in a school School building Going to / leaving / finishing school Studying at school / School subjects School year / Examinations

2. PEOPLE AND SOCIETY
Personal information Marital status Describing people Body Describing personality Things you wear Feelings and emotions Countries Politics / Economy

7. WORK
Types of work At work Not working, Looking for a job People at work / Jobs

8. HEALTH
Healthy / unhealthy lifestyle Food and health, Diet Health problems Treatment / Healthcare Alternative medicine

3. SHOPS AND SERVICES
Food Restaurants Shopping Advertising Banking and insurance

9. SPORT
Sports and sportspeople People, places, things, events Doing a sport

4. HOME
Types of housing Size and condition Location In the house / Looking after a house Renting and buying / selling a home

10. FREE TIME AND CULTURE
Art, literature, theatre and film Press, radio and television Music and dance / Leisure time

11. TRAVEL
Means of transport Travelling At the airport / railway / coach station At a hotel Going on holiday

5. NATURE
Weather / Climate Plants Animals / Pets Environment

12. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Technology in our lives Sciences and scientists Computers Space

ANGIELSKI Anna Treger © Copyright by Wydawnictwo Lingo sp.. Warszawa 2007 WORD BY WORD PICTURE DICTIONARY Steven J.REPETYTORIUM LEKSYKALNE . Molinsky • Bill Bliss Illustrated by Richard E. Hill . j.