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English US Level 1

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TRS-ENG1-3.2
ISBN 1-883972-07-8
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English I (US) Front Matter

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Contents
Text 1
UNIT ONE
1-01 Introductory Nouns and Prepositions.................................. 3
1-02 Verbs: Present Progressive .................................................. 3
1-03 Descriptive Adjectives ........................................................ 4
1-04 Cardinal Numbers and Counting 110 .............................. 4
1-05 Singular and Plural: Nouns and Present Indicative Verbs .... 5
1-06 Numbers and Clock Time .................................................. 5
1-07 Questions and Answers; Personal Pronouns;
Present Indicative of To Be .............................................. 6
1-08 Food, Eating and Drinking; Direct Objects ........................ 7
1-09 Clothing and Dress; Affirmative and Negative Verb Forms;
Direct Objects.................................................................... 7
1-10 Who, What, Where, Which; Interrogative Pronouns and
Adjectives .......................................................................... 8
1-11 Unit One Review .............................................................. 9
UNIT TWO
2-01 More Verbs: Present Progressive ...................................... 10
2-02 People and Animals; Relative Pronouns: Who, That .......... 10
2-03 Big and Small; Nouns, Descriptive Adjectives .................. 11
2-04 Shapes and Colors; Descriptive Adjectives: Comparative
Nouns, Pronouns.............................................................. 11
2-05 Left and Right; His and Her; Possessive Adjectives............ 12
2-06 Verbs: Negative Forms ...................................................... 12
2-07 Compound Subjects ........................................................ 13
2-08 More Prepositions ............................................................ 13
2-09 Head, Face, Hands and Feet; Possessive Nouns and
Pronouns.......................................................................... 14
2-10 Present Progressive, Present Perfect and Future with
Going To ...................................................................... 14
2-11 Unit Two Review .............................................................. 15
UNIT THREE
3-01 Descriptions of People: Descriptive Adjectives ................ 15
3-02 Quantities: Quantity Relationships .................................. 16
3-03 More Clothing .................................................................. 16
3-04 Inside, Outside; Prepositions ............................................ 17
3-05 More Colors and Numbers .............................................. 17
3-06 Animals; Real, Not Real .................................................. 18
3-07 Being Human: Descriptive Adjectives .............................. 18
3-08 Professions and Conditions: Descriptive Adjectives .......... 19
3-09 Body Parts and Pictures .................................................... 19
3-10 Clock Time, Time of Day .................................................. 20
3-11 Unit Three Review ............................................................ 20

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UNIT FOUR
4-01 Questions and Answers: Interrogative Form of Verbs ........ 21
4-02 OpenClosed, TogetherApart, StraightBent.................... 22
4-03 Numbers to One Hundred................................................ 22
4-04 People and Talking .......................................................... 23
4-05 Coming and Going, Asleep and Awake ............................ 23
4-06 Multiple Verbs; While ...................................................... 24
4-07 Family Relationships ........................................................ 25
4-08 Everybody, Somebody, Someone, Nobody, Anybody ........ 25
4-09 Vehicles; Related Verbs and Prepositions .......................... 26
4-10 Prepositions and Objects of Prepositions: With and
Without ............................................................................ 26
4-11 Unit Four Review ............................................................ 27
UNIT FIVE
5-01 Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division .......... 28
5-02 Possessive Nouns and Pronouns ...................................... 28
5-03 Present Progressive, Present Perfect and Future with
Going To ...................................................................... 29
5-04 More Numbers ................................................................ 29
5-05 Direct and Indirect Objects .............................................. 30
5-06 Hot and Cold .................................................................. 30
5-07 Kinds of Things ................................................................ 31
5-08 Furniture, Clothing and Instruments.................................. 31
5-09 Few, Many, More, Less .................................................... 32
5-10 More Verbs; Human Gestures .......................................... 32
5-11 Human Conditions .......................................................... 33
5-12 Unit Five Review .............................................................. 33
UNIT SIX
6-01 To Be and To Have: Present and Past Tenses ...................... 34
6-02 Present Progressive, Present Perfect and Future with
Going To ...................................................................... 34
6-03 More Descriptions of People; Demonstrative Adjectives .. 35
6-04 Units of Things ................................................................ 35
6-05 NeitherNor, BothAnd .................................................... 36
6-06 Verbs: Present and Past Tenses; Relative Pronouns ............ 36
6-07 Names.............................................................................. 37
6-08 Present Progressive, Present Perfect and Future with
Going To ...................................................................... 37
6-09 More Units of Things ........................................................ 38
6-10 Alone, Crowd, Friend; Passive Voice of Verbs.................... 38
6-11 Professions and Conditions, Activites................................ 39
6-12 Unit Six Review................................................................ 39

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UNIT SEVEN
7-01 More Verbs ...................................................................... 40
7-02 More Verbs; Interrogative Adjectives and Pronouns;
Usually ............................................................................ 40
7-03 Fast and Slow .................................................................. 41
7-04 Seasons ............................................................................ 41
7-05 All, None, Some, Most, Both, Neither, Other.................... 42
7-06 None and Both; Demonstrative Adjectives........................ 42
7-07 Shapes and Locations; Prepositions; All, Most .................. 43
7-08 Left and Right, Full and Empty.......................................... 43
7-09 Prepositions: Above and Below, etc. ................................ 44
7-10 More Verbs ...................................................................... 45
7-11 Verb Conjugation ............................................................ 46
7-12 Unit Seven Review .......................................................... 46
UNIT EIGHT
8-01 Ordinal Numbers ............................................................ 47
8-02 Am and Am Not: More Present Conditions ...................... 48
8-03 Looks Like, Almost All, One, Others, Most, All;
Demonstrative Pronouns .................................................. 48
8-04 Space and Geography, Countries ...................................... 49
8-05 Streets and Sidewalks ...................................................... 49
8-06 Pets and Clothes; Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns ...... 50
8-07 Comparative and Superlative Adjectives .......................... 50
8-08 Near and Far; Comparative Forms of Adjectives................ 51
8-09 Locations; Prepositions .................................................... 51
8-10 Directions: How Do I Get To ...................................... 52
8-11 Activities; More Verbs ...................................................... 54
8-12 Unit Eight Review ............................................................ 55

Alphabet 57
Index 59

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TEXT

English I (US) Text

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Introductory Nouns and Prepositions

1-02

Verbs: Present Progressive

01

a girl
a boy
a dog
a cat

01

The boy is jumping.


The horse is jumping.
The girl is jumping.
The dog is jumping.

02

a man
a woman
a car
an airplane

02

The boy is running.


The woman is running.
The girl is running.
The horse is running.

03

a ball
a horse
an airplane
an elephant

03

The woman is running.


The woman is jumping.
The girls are running.
The girls are jumping.

04

a cat and a car


a girl and a woman
a man and a woman
a man and a boy

04

The girls are walking.


The girls are running.
The boy is jumping.
The boy is walking.

05

a boy and a dog


a boy and an airplane
a girl and a horse
a girl and a dog

05

The man and the woman are walking.


The man and the woman are dancing.
The woman is walking.
The woman is dancing.

06

a girl on a horse
a man on a horse
a ball on a boy
a boy on a horse

06

The man is reading.


The woman is reading.
The man is dancing.
The woman is jumping.

07

a boy under an airplane


a boy under a ball
a boy under a table
a boy and a dog

07

The man is running after the boy.


The man is falling.
The boy is falling.
The girls are running after the boy.

08

a boy on an airplane
a boy under an airplane
a boy on a table
a boy under a table

08

The airplane is flying.


The man is running.
The man is jumping.
The man is falling.

09

a girl in a car
a woman in a car
a boy in a car
a boy and a girl in a boat

09

The woman is swimming.


The man is falling.
The boy is falling.
The boy is swimming.

10

a boy and a dog


a boy on an airplane
a boy under an airplane
a boy in an airplane

10

The fish is swimming.


The bird is flying.
The bull is running.
The bird is swimming.

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Descriptive Adjectives

1-04

Cardinal Numbers and


Counting 110

01

The fish is white.


The car is white.
The car is red.
The bird is red.

01

three
two
six
five

02

The airplane is white.


The airplane is yellow.
The car is white.
The car is yellow.

02

four
five and six
three
two

03

The car is red.


The car is yellow.
The car is white.
The car is blue.

03

five and six


three and four
four and five
five and five

04

The car is blue.


The car is yellow.
The cat is black.
The car is black.

04

four and four


three, three, three
five and five
four, five, six

05

The yellow car is old.


The pink car is old.
The blue car is new.
The red car is new.

05

four, five, six


five, six, seven
six, seven, eight
one, two, three

06

an old car
a new car
an old house
a new house

06

one, two, three


one, two, three, four
one, two, three, four, five
one, two, three, four, five, six

07

an old woman
a young woman
an old house
a new house

07

one, two, three


one, two, three, four, five
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight

08

an old woman
a young woman
an old man
a young man

08

two
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight,
nine, zero
three
five

09

The old woman has white hair.


The girl has black hair.
The man has blue hair.
The man has red hair.

09

nine
five
ten
three

The woman has long hair.


The man has long hair.
The woman has short hair.
The man has very short hair.

10

ten
six
seven
one

10

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Singular and Plural: Nouns and


Present Indicative Verbs

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Numbers and Clock Time

01

a girl
girls
a boy
boys

01

One girl is riding a horse.


Two men are riding horses.
One man is riding a motorcycle.
Two boys are jumping.

02

a flower
flowers
an eye
eyes

02

One girl is jumping.


Two girls are jumping.
four children
four balls

03

a woman
women
a man
men

03

The number is three.


The number is four.
The number is one.
The number is two.

04

a child
children
a dog
dogs

04

The number is two.


The number is four.
The number is five.
The number is six.

05

a baby
babies
an egg
eggs

05

The time is two oclock.


The time is four oclock.
The time is six oclock.
The time is three oclock.

06

A boy is jumping.
Boys are jumping.
A girl is running.
Girls are running.

06

one window
three windows
four windows
five windows

07

A man is dancing.
Men are dancing.
A woman is singing.
Women are singing.

07

08

a boy on a bicycle
men on bicycles
A bird is flying.
Birds are flying.

one blue plate


one yellow plate
There are two plates. One plate is yellow and
one plate is blue.
There are three plates. One plate is orange, one
plate is blue and one plate is yellow.

08

The child is sitting.


The children are sitting.
a bicycle
bicycles

one plate
two plates
three plates
ten plates

09

The horse is walking.


The horses are walking.
The car is white.
The cars are white.

ten fingers
fifteen fingers
twenty fingers
thirty fingers

10

The time is four oclock.


The time is five oclock.
The time is six oclock.
The time is seven oclock.

09

10

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Questions and Answers; Personal


Pronouns; Present Indicative of To Be

01

Is the fish white?


Yes, it is white.
Is the car white?
Yes, it is white.
Is the car red?
Yes, it is red.
Is the bird red?
Yes, it is red.

06

Is the car old?


Yes, it is old.
Is the car old?
No, the car isnt old.
Is there a man on this house?
Yes, there is.
Is there a man on this house?
No, there is not.

02

Is the airplane white?


Yes, it is white.
Is the airplane white?
No, it is yellow.
Is the car yellow?
No, it is white.
Is the car yellow?
Yes, it is yellow.

07

Is the woman running?


Yes, she is running.
Is the woman running?
No, she is not.
Are the women running?
Yes, they are.
Are the women running?
No, they are not.

03

Is the car red?


Yes, its red.
Is the car red?
No, the car is not red. The car is yellow.
Is the car white?
Yes, it is.
Is the car white?
No, the car is not white. The car is blue.

08

Is the boy jumping?


Yes, he is.
Are the boys jumping?
Yes, they are.
Is the boy jumping?
No, he isnt.
Are the boys jumping?
No, they are not.

04

Is the car blue?


Yes, it is blue.
Is the car blue?
No, it isnt blue. It is yellow.
Is the cat white?
No, it isnt white. It is black.
Is the car black?
No, the car is not black. The car is pink.

09

Is the woman sitting?


Yes, she is.
Are the women sitting?
No, they are not.
Are the women sitting?
Yes, they are.
Is the woman sitting?
No, she is not.

05

Is the green car old?


Yes, the green car is old.
Is the pink car new?
No, it is not new.
Is the black car old?
No, it isnt old. It is new.
Is the red car old?
No, it is not.

10

Is he eating?
Yes, he is.
Is she eating?
Yes, she is.
Is he eating?
No, he isnt.
Is she eating?
No, she isnt.

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Food, Eating and Drinking;


Direct Objects

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01

fruit
milk
meat
bread

01

02

The man is eating.


The man is drinking.
The woman is eating.
The woman is drinking.

02

03

The woman and girl are drinking milk.


The man is drinking water.
The girl is drinking milk.
The woman is drinking milk.

03

04

The boy is eating bread.


The horse is eating a carrot.
The man is eating.
The man is drinking.

05

The man is drinking orange juice.


The man is drinking milk.
The man is drinking water.
The boy is eating bread and the girl is drinking
milk.

06

yellow bananas
green apples and red apples
red tomatoes
yellow cheese

07

red strawberries
red grapes
green pears
yellow apples

04

05

08

09

10

06

07

Strawberries are food.


Bread is food.
Balls are not food.
A hat is not food.

08

bananas in a basket
bread in bags
apples in boxes
tomatoes in a basket

09

a table with food


a table with no food
a plate with food
a plate with no food
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Clothing and Dress; Affirmative and


Negative Verb Forms; Direct Objects

a white hat
a black hat
some black hats
some white hats
a black hat and a brown hat
some gray hats
a purple hat
a white hat
The girl is wearing a white shirt.
The woman is wearing a blue shirt.
The woman is wearing a white shirt.
The woman is wearing a black hat.
The boy is wearing white pants.
The men are wearing blue jeans.
The men are wearing dark shirts and dark pants.
The woman is wearing a white shirt and blue
jeans.
The woman is not wearing a coat.
One woman is wearing a red raincoat and one
woman is wearing a purple raincoat.
One woman is wearing a yellow raincoat and
one woman is wearing a blue raincoat.
The woman is wearing a black coat.
One boy is wearing a blue shirt and one boy is
wearing a red shirt.
Both women are wearing blue shirts.
The woman is wearing a white shirt and a black
skirt.
The woman is wearing a white shirt and blue
jeans.
The man and the woman are wearing bathing
suits.
The man and the woman are not wearing bathing
suits.
The woman is wearing glasses.
The woman is not wearing glasses.
The girl is wearing one shoe.
The girl is wearing two shoes.
The boy is wearing one hat.
The boy is wearing two hats.
The girls are wearing white shirts and black
skirts.
One girl is wearing a white dress and one is
wearing a red and white dress.
The girls are wearing dresses and hats.
The girls are wearing black pants.
The girl is not wearing socks.
The girl is wearing white socks.
The boy is not wearing shoes.
The boy is wearing shoes.

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Who, What, Where, Which;


Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives

01

Who is reading?
The woman is reading.
Who is dancing?
The man is dancing.
Who is swimming?
The boy is swimming.
Who is running?
The horse is running.

06

What color is this car?


This car is red.
What color is this car?
This car is yellow.
Where is the blue car?
Here is the blue car.
Where is the white car?
Here is the white car.

02

Who is sitting?
The child is sitting.
Who is eating?
The man is eating.
Who is drinking milk?
The girl is drinking milk.
Who is under the table?
The boy is under the table.

07

Where are the bananas?


Where is the cheese?
Which horse is running?
This horse is running.
Which horse is jumping?
This horse is jumping.

08

Which car is blue?


Which car is red?
Which woman is wearing a blue shirt?
Both women are wearing blue shirts.
Which child is drinking milk?
The girl is drinking milk.

09

Who has long hair?


The man has long hair.
What is the boy doing?
He is swimming.
Where is the boy?
The boy is on a horse.
Which child is eating bread?
The boy is eating bread.

10

What are the woman and the girl doing?


They are drinking milk.
Where are the children?
They are in a boat.
Which man has blue hair?
Who has red hair?

03

04

05

Who is eating a carrot?


The horse is eating a carrot.
Who is eating bread?
The boy is eating bread.
What is flying?
The airplane is flying.
What is flying?
A bird is flying.
What are the women wearing?
They are wearing blue shirts.
What are the women wearing?
They are wearing white shirts.
What food is this?
These are strawberries.
What food is this?
This is bread.
Where is the boy?
The boy is under the table.
Where is the boy?
The boy is on the table.
Where is the man?
The man is on the old house.
Where is the man?
The man is on the bicycle.
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Unit One Review

01

a boy on an airplane
a boy under an airplane
a boy on a table
a boy under a table

02

The girls are walking.


The girls are running.
The boy is jumping.
The boy is walking.

03

The woman has long hair.


The man has long hair.
The woman has short hair.
The man has very short hair.

04

four, five, six


five, six, seven
six, seven, eight
one, two, three

05

The horse is walking.


The horses are walking.
The car is white.
The cars are white.

06

The time is two oclock.


The time is four oclock.
The time is six oclock.
The time is three oclock.

07

Is the green car old?


Yes, the green car is old.
Is the pink car new?
No, it is not new.
Is the black car old?
No, it isnt old. It is new.
Is the red car old?
No, it is not.

08

bananas in a basket
bread in bags
apples in boxes
tomatoes in a basket

09

The girls are wearing white shirts and black


skirts.
One girl is wearing a white dress and one is
wearing a red and white dress.
The girls are wearing dresses and hats.
The girls are wearing black pants.

10

What are the women wearing?


They are wearing blue shirts.
What are the women wearing?
They are wearing white shirts.
What food is this?
These are strawberries.
What food is this?
This is bread.

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More Verbs: Present Progressive

2-02

People and Animals; Relative


Pronouns: Who, That

01

The boy is throwing the ball.


The woman is throwing the ball.
The man is throwing the ball.
The man is throwing the boy.

01

He is a boy.
She is a girl.
He is a man.
She is a woman.

02

The woman is catching the yellow ball.


The man is throwing the ball.
The woman is catching the white ball.
The boy is catching the rake.

02

The boy is a child.


The girl is a child.
The man is an adult.
The woman is an adult.

03

The boy is throwing the ball.


The boy is catching the ball.
The boy in white is kicking the ball.
The boy in red is kicking the ball.

03

two adults
one adult and one child
two children
three children

04

The girl is riding.


The boy is riding.
The girl is jumping.
The boy is running.

04

one adult and two children


two adults
three adults
two children

05

The boy is smiling.


The boy is drinking.
The woman is sitting.
The woman is running.

05

A dog is an animal.
A fish is an animal.
A girl is a person.
A woman is a person.

06

The woman is smiling.


The woman is pointing.
The woman is reading.
The woman is talking on the telephone.

06

A dog is not a person. A dog is an animal.


A fish is not a person. A fish is an animal.
A girl is not an adult. A girl is a child.
A woman is not a child. A woman is an adult.

07

The little girl is laughing.


The man is laughing.
The girl is writing.
The man is riding.

07

one child and one animal


two adults and one child
two adults and two animals
one animal

08

The boy is kicking.


The bull is kicking.
The boy is smiling.
The bull is running.

08

one person and one animal


three people
two people and two animals
one animal

09

The girl is lying down.


The girl is running.
The girl is laughing.
The girl is smiling.

09

a person who is not a man


a person who is not a woman
an animal that is not a horse
an animal that is not an elephant

10

The birds are flying.


The birds are swimming.
The birds are walking.
The bird is flying.

10

a person who is not a child


a person who is not an adult
an animal that is not a cat
an animal that is not a dog

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Big and Small; Nouns, Descriptive


Adjectives

2-04

Shapes and Colors; Descriptive Adjectives: Comparative Nouns, Pronouns

01

a big car
a man with a big fish
a man with a big hat
a man with a big tool

01

a big circle
a small circle
a big square
a small square

02

a small car
a small horse
a small tent
a big ball and a small ball

02

The red circle is bigger than the blue circle.


The blue circle is bigger than the red circle.
The square is bigger than the circle.
The circle is bigger than the square.

03

a big number two


a small number two
a big number one
a small number one

03

The blue circle is smaller than the red circle.


The red circle is smaller than the blue circle.
The circle is smaller than the square.
The square is smaller than the circle.

04

a big horse
a small horse
a big umbrella
a small umbrella

04

The biggest circle is red.


The biggest circle is blue.
The biggest circle is yellow.
The biggest circle is black.

05

a small animal
a big animal
a small person
a big person

05

The smallest square is red.


The smallest square is blue.
The smallest square is yellow.
The smallest square is white.

06

a big box
a big boat
a small box
a small boat

06

a blue rectangle
a red rectangle
a yellow rectangle
a white rectangle

07

a big television
a big truck
a small hat
a big hat

07

a big rectangle
a small rectangle
a red circle
a green circle

08

a big sofa
a small sofa
a small car
a big car

08

a long rectangle
a short rectangle
a woman with long hair
a woman with short hair

09

a big ball
a big wheel and a small wheel
a big wheel
a small ball

09

10

a big white wheel


a big black wheel
a big blue wheel
a big wheel and a small wheel

The green rectangle is longer than the yellow


rectangle.
The yellow rectangle is longer than the green
rectangle.
The red circle is bigger than the red square.
The red square is bigger than the red circle.

10

The yellow rectangle is shorter than the green


rectangle.
The green rectangle is shorter than the yellow
rectangle.
The yellow triangle is smaller than the green
triangle.
The green triangle is smaller than the yellow
triangle.

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Left and Right; His and Her;


Possessive Adjectives

2-06

Two yellow balls are in her right hand.


A yellow ball is in her left hand.
One yellow ball is in her right hand.
Two yellow balls are in her left hand.
The cup is in the womans right hand.
The pen is in the womans right hand. The paper
is in her left hand.
The woman has two balls in her left hand and
two balls in her right hand.
The ball is in the womans right hand.
Where is the ball? The ball is in her left hand.
Where is the ball? The ball is in her right hand.
Where is the hat? The girl is holding the hat in
her right hand.
Where is the hat? The girl is holding a hat in her
left hand.
The woman is holding the telephone in her left
hand.
The woman is holding the telephone in her right
hand.
The girl has something in her right hand.
The girl has something in her left hand.
One woman is pointing. She is pointing with her
right hand.
One woman is pointing. She is pointing with her
left hand.
Both women are pointing. One is pointing with
her right hand and the other one with her left
hand.
Neither woman is pointing.
The microphone is in the singers right hand.
The microphone is in the singers left hand.
The man has one guitar in the right hand and one
in the left hand.
The man is playing the guitar.
No left turn
No right turn
No parking
No U-turn
This clock is round.
This clock is square.
This window is square.
This window is round.
This sign is rectangular.
This sign is round.
This sign is square.
This sign is not rectangular, round or square.
Warning, kangaroos
Warning, cows
Warning, children
Warning, deer

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Verbs: Negative Forms

The woman is running.


The woman is not running.
This man has hair.
This man does not have hair.
The girl is drinking.
The girl is not drinking.
This man is wearing a hard hat.
This man is not wearing a hard hat.
This woman is wearing a white hat.
This woman is wearing a black hat.
The boy is wearing a white hat.
The boy is wearing a black hat.
This woman is not wearing a black hat. She is
wearing a white hat.
This woman is not wearing a white hat. She is
wearing a black hat.
The boy is not wearing a black hat. He is
wearing a white hat.
The boy is not wearing a white hat. He is
wearing a black hat.
This woman is not wearing a black hat.
This woman is not wearing a white hat.
The boy is not wearing a black hat.
The boy is not wearing a white hat.
This airplane is flying.
This airplane is not flying.
The boys are jumping.
The boys are not jumping.
This boy is not swimming. He is sitting in the
airplane.
This boy is not sitting in the airplane. He is
swimming.
This girl is not walking. She is riding the horse.
This girl is not riding the horse. She is walking.
This boy is not swimming.
This boy is not sitting in the airplane.
This girl is not walking.
This girl is not riding the horse.
The woman is using the phone.
The girl is using the phone.
The woman is pointing.
The woman is not using the phone and she is not
pointing.
The woman is not using the phone.
The woman is not pointing.
The man is riding the bike.
The man is not riding the bike.

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Compound Subjects

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The man and the woman are dancing.


The men and the women are dancing.
The men are dancing.
The women are dancing.
The man is sitting on the bicycle and the boy is
sitting on the fence.
The man and the boy are sitting on the bicycle,
but they are not riding the bicycle.
The man and the boy are riding the bicycle.
The man and the woman are riding bicycles.
The boy is sitting on the ground.
The boy and the girl are sitting on the ground.
The boy is lying on the ground.
The woman is lying on the ground.
The girls and the boy are running.
The girls are standing on the table and the boys
are standing on the ground.
The boys and the girls are standing on the table.
A boy and a girl are on the ground and a girl is
standing on the table.
The woman and the dog are walking.
The man and the woman are sitting.
The man and the woman are walking.
The man and the children are walking.
The man and the boy are in the airplane.
The woman is walking and the man is riding a
bike.
The boys and girls are jumping off the table.
The boys and girls are standing on the table.
The woman and the boy have balls on their
heads.
The man and the boy have balls on their heads.
The woman and the boy are sitting on chairs.
The man and the boy are sitting.
The men and the woman are sitting in the car.
The man and the woman are sitting in the car.
The man, the girl and the baby are sitting on the
tractor.
The man and the boy are sitting on the tractor.
The men and the women are standing.
The women are standing and the men are sitting.
The women and one man are standing and one
man is sitting.
The men and one woman are sitting and one
woman is standing.
The man and the woman are standing on the
wall.
The man and the women are standing in front of
the wall.
The women are standing on the wall.
The women are standing in front of the wall.
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01

The man is in the truck.


The bananas are in the basket.
The people are in the boat.
The people are not in the boat.

02

The boy is on the fence, and the man is on the


bicycle.
The hat is on the boy.
The children are on the table.
The ball is on the boy.

03

The boy is on the bicycle.


The boy is beside the bicycle.
This man is on a horse.
This man is beside a horse.

04

The donkey is under the man.


The donkey is not under the man.
The candy is under the shelf.
The candy is in the mans hand.

05

This boy is behind the tree.


This boy is in front of the tree.
This man is behind a car.
This man is in front of a car.

06

The two bowls are beside each other.


This cup is on the plate.
The number five is between the one and the zero.
The medium-sized bowl is between the big bowl
and the small bowl.

07

The man is beside two women.


The man is between two women.
The dog is between two people.
The dog is beside two people.

08

two people with glasses


two people without glasses
a boy with a stick
a boy without a stick

09

The airplane is on the ground.


The airplane is above the ground.
The fish are around the diver.
The chairs are around the table.

10

The man is behind the bicycle.


The man is beside the bicycle.
The bicycle is beside the car.
The bicycle is behind the car.

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Head, Face, Hands and Feet;


Possessive Nouns and Pronouns

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Present Progressive, Present Perfect


and Future with Going To

01

an eye
a nose
a mouth
a face

01

The woman is jumping.


The woman has jumped.
The horse is jumping.
The horse has jumped.

02

human feet
an ear
The man is touching the horses ear.
elephant feet

02

The boy is falling.


The boy has fallen.
The cowboy is falling.
The cowboy has fallen.

03

a womans head
a hand
a mans head
hands and feet

03

The girl is cutting the paper.


The girl has cut the paper.
The boy is jumping into the water.
The boy has jumped into the water.

04

three hands
four hands
four arms
three arms

04

The horse is going to jump.


The child is going to jump.
The horse is jumping.
The horse has jumped.

05

The mans hands are on his knees.


The mans head is in his hands.
The mans hands are on the table.
One hand is on the mans face and one is on his
elbow.

05

The girl is going to cut the paper.


The girl is cutting the paper.
The girl has cut the paper.
This girl is jumping.

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06

The womans arms are on her knees.


The mans hand is on his head.
The young mans elbows are on the table.
The mans hands are on the table.

The boy is going to jump into the water.


The boy is jumping into the water.
The boy has jumped into the water.
These boys are jumping into the water.

07
07

two eyes and a nose


a nose and a mouth
a face
an ear

The rider is going to fall.


The rider is falling.
The rider has fallen.
The boy is falling.

08
08

The child is holding a cup to her mouth.


The woman is holding a cup to her mouth.
This young man has food in his mouth.
This young man does not have food in his
mouth.

The girls are not going to jump. The boy is going


to jump.
The girls are not jumping. The boy is jumping.
The girls have not jumped. The boy has jumped.
The boy and the girls are jumping.

09
09

He is touching his nose.


He is touching his mouth.
She is touching her eye.
She is touching her chin.

The man is going to drink the milk.


The man is drinking the milk.
The man has drunk the milk.
The boy is going to eat the bread.

10
10

The woman is brushing her hair.


The woman is brushing the girls hair.
The woman is combing her hair.
The woman is combing the girls hair.

The boy is going to eat the bread.


The boy is eating the bread.
The boy has eaten some bread.
The boy is wearing a hat.

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Unit Two Review

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The woman is smiling.


The woman is pointing.
The woman is reading.
The woman is talking on the telephone.
a person who is not a child
a person who is not an adult
an animal that is not a cat
an animal that is not a dog
a big box
a big boat
a small box
a small boat
The blue circle is smaller than the red circle.
The red circle is smaller than the blue circle.
The circle is smaller than the square.
The square is smaller than the circle.
One woman is pointing. She is pointing with her
right hand.
One woman is pointing. She is pointing with her
left hand.
Both women are pointing. One is pointing with
her right hand and the other one with her left
hand.
Neither woman is pointing.
The woman is using the phone.
The girl is using the phone.
The woman is pointing.
The woman is not using the phone and she is not
pointing.
The men and the women are standing.
The women are standing and the men are sitting.
The women and one man are standing and one
man is sitting.
The men and one woman are sitting and one
woman is standing.
The man is beside two women.
The man is between two women.
The dog is between two people.
The dog is beside two people.
He is touching his nose.
He is touching his mouth.
She is touching her eye.
She is touching her chin.
The girls are not going to jump. The boy is going
to jump.
The girls are not jumping. The boy is jumping.
The girls have not jumped. The boy has jumped.
The boy and the girls are jumping.

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Descriptions of People: Descriptive


Adjectives

01

an older woman
a younger woman
a younger man
an older man

02

a group of dancers
two dancers
a group of runners
two runners

03

This young man has short hair.


This young man has long hair.
The two young women have long hair.
One young woman has long hair and one young
woman has short hair.

04

Who has short, black hair?


Who has long, blond hair?
Who has long, brown hair?
Who is bald?

05

This young woman has curly hair.


This young man has curly hair.
This young woman has straight hair.
This young man has straight hair.

06

Who has short, straight, black hair?


Who has long, curly, black hair?
Who has short, curly, black hair?
Who has long, straight, black hair?

07

The man on the right is fat. The man on the left


is thin.
The women are thin.
The women are very fat.
The man on the left is fat. The man on the right
is thin.

08

The clown on the left is short. The clown on the


right is tall.
The clown on the left is tall. The clown on the
right is short.
The woman in red is short.
The woman in red is tall.

09

Which tall man is wearing glasses?


Which tall man is not wearing glasses?
Which short person is not wearing glasses?
Which short person is wearing glasses?

10

The woman has black hair.


The woman has straight, blond hair.
The woman has curly, blond hair.
The woman has gray hair.

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Quantities: Quantity Relationships

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More Clothing

01

many boys
one boy
many balloons
a few balloons

01

The man is wearing a blue sweater.


The girls are wearing dresses.
The boy is wearing a red sweater.
The woman is wearing a purple sweater.

02

many hats
one hat
many umbrellas
one umbrella

02

The woman is wearing a black shirt.


The woman is wearing black pants.
The boy is wearing a blue shirt.
The boy is wearing blue pants.

03

one loaf of bread


many loaves of bread
two loaves of bread
no bread

03

two shoes
one shoe
two socks
one sock

04

a cowboy with a horse


a cowboy with no horse
two cowboys with several horses
many cowboy hats and no cowboys

04

She is wearing a red and white sweater.


She is wearing a purple top.
He is wearing a sweater.
He is not wearing a sweater.

05

How many coins are there? There are many


coins.
How many marbles are there? There is one
marble.
How many marbles are there? There are a few
marbles.
How many marbles are there? There are many
marbles.

05

She is wearing a red and white sweater and


jeans.
The woman is wearing a red dress.
The woman is wearing a red coat.
She is wearing a red skirt.

06

He is wearing black shorts and a white shirt.


One person is wearing a yellow top and the
other person is wearing a red top.
One woman is wearing a yellow dress and
another woman is wearing a red dress.
She is not wearing anything.

07

She is wearing a dress.


She is wearing pants.
She is wearing shorts.
She is wearing a skirt.

08

He is wearing a blue shirt.


He is wearing blue pants.
He is wearing a blue sweater.
He is wearing a blue coat.

09

He is putting on a sock.
He is putting on a shoe.
He is putting on a shirt.
He is putting on pants.

10

The clown is wearing pants.


The clown is putting on pants.
The man with glasses is wearing a sweater.
The man with glasses is putting on a sweater.

06

many tomatoes and a few bananas


many apples and no bananas
many tomatoes and no bananas
many bananas and no apples

07

There are more chairs than tables.


There are more buses than cars.
There are more tomatoes than bananas.
There are the same number of men as women.

08

There are more people than horses.


There are more horses than people.
There are as many umbrellas as people.
There are more people than umbrellas.

09

There are fewer horses than people.


There are fewer people than horses.
There are fewer umbrellas than people.
There are as many horses as people.

10

There are the same number of girls as boys.


There are fewer girls than boys.
There are more girls than boys.
There are no girls and no boys.

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Inside, Outside; Prepositions

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The boy is sitting at the table.


The boy is under the table.
The children are standing on the table.
The children are playing jump rope.
Who is running? The men are running.
Who is sitting down? The boy is sitting down.
Who is running? The girls are running.
Who is jumping? The children are jumping.
How many children are jumping? Three children
are jumping.
How many children are standing? Three children
are standing.
How many children are jumping? Four children
are jumping.
How many children are standing on the table?
One girl is.
How many girls are wearing white shirts?
One is.
How many girls are wearing white shirts?
Two are.
How many boys are sitting down? One is.
How many boys are sitting down? Two are.
The girl is on the table. She is jumping rope.
Three children are playing. They are playing
jump rope.
The children are on the table. They are not
playing jump rope.
The boy is running. He is not jumping rope.
The girl on the table is jumping rope.
The boy is turning the rope and the girl is
jumping.
The boy who is not jumping rope is running.
The boy who is not running is jumping rope.
This cat is outside.
This cat is inside.
These flowers are outside.
These flowers are inside.
This is the outside of a house.
This is the inside of a house.
This is the outside of the church.
This is the inside of the church.
The boy is lying down outside.
The boy is lying down inside.
This is the outside of the building.
This is the inside of the building.
Which boy is inside?
Which boy is outside?
Which children are outside?
Which children are inside?
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01

What color is the egg? It is blue.


What color is the egg? It is yellow.
What color is the egg? It is red.
What color is the egg? It is pink.

02

Which horse is the girl brushing? The brown


horse.
Which is the white horse?
Which horse is eating? The gray horse is eating.
Which is the black horse?

03

a black and white dog


a black and white cat
a brown dog
a brown and white cat

04

green grass and a green cap


yellow flowers
a red shirt
a white building

05

The horse is on yellow.


The horse is on purple.
The horse is on blue.
The horse is on red.

06

blue water
orange and yellow
yellow and black
green grass

07

two red flowers


two white and yellow flowers
a yellow, a red and a pink flower
pink flowers

08

three
seven
nine
four

09

ten
nine
five balls
six balls

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two balls
eight fingers
five

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Animals; Real, Not Real

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Being Human: Descriptive Adjectives

01

Two gray fish are swimming.


One gray fish is swimming.
A white dog is walking.
A cat is walking.

01

The woman is hungry.


The man is hungry.
The woman is full.
The man is full.

02

a kangaroo
a herd of goats
a herd of cows
Two cows are running.

02

They are cold.


They are hot.
He is cold.
He is hot.

03

Many sheep are standing.


one turtle
a lion
a black swan

03

She is tired.
She is not tired.
They are tired.
They are not tired.

04

a white swan
The bird is sitting.
a giraffe
A bird is flying.

04

He is strong.
He is weak.
They are not tired.
They are hot and tired.

05

two pigs
one bear
two cows
one tiger

05

The man is sick.


The man is healthy.
The bird is beautiful.
The bird is ugly.

06

a sheep
an elephant
The camel is standing on three legs.
The camel is standing on four legs.

06

The man is not full.


The man is not hungry.
The woman is not full.
The woman is not hungry.

07

This horse is not real.


This horse is real.
This bird is not real.
This bird is real.

07

The boy and the dog are happy.


The boy and the dog are sad.
The man is happy.
The woman is sad.

08

These two cows are not real.


These two cows are real.
This horse is real.
A rocking horse is not a real horse.

08

They are tired.


She is tired. He is not tired.
He is tired. They are not tired.
He is tired. She is not tired.

09

Which cat is real?


Which cat is not real?
Which sheep is not real?
Which sheep is real?

09

He is sick.
He is thirsty.
He is cold.
He is rich.

10

The white tiger is walking.


The white tiger is lying down.
The white tiger is climbing.
a dragon

10

Someone is thirsty.
Someone is hungry.
The people are not hot.
The people are hot and tired.

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Professions and Conditions:


Descriptive Adjectives

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Body Parts and Pictures

01

a doctor
a nurse
a mechanic
a student

01

one arm
two arms
three arms
four arms

02

a police officer
a dentist
a carpenter
a scientist

02

Are there six fingers? No, there are four fingers.


Are there three arms? No, there are four arms.
Are there four legs? Yes, there are.
Are there six fingers? No, there are five.

03

a secretary
a cook
a teacher
a waiter

03

a horses legs
a persons arms
an elephants legs
a persons legs

04

He is embarrassed.
He is in pain.
He is afraid.
He is sick.

04

His head is on his arms.


Her hands are on her knees.
His hand is on his arm.
Her hands are covering her eyes.

05

The man is not hot.


The man is not cold.
The man is afraid.
The man is a doctor.

05

The hat is on his head.


The hat is on his foot.
The hat is in his hand.
The hat is in his mouth.

06

The man is proud of his son.


The man is proud of his car.
The man is thin.
The man is fat.

06

These are real flowers.


This is a picture of flowers.
This is a real woman.
This is a picture of a woman.

07

a bank
a police station
This man is rich.
This man is getting money in a bank.

07

a real man
a picture of a man
a statue of a man
a real rabbit

08

He is in pain.
He is cooking.
She is cooking.
He is embarrassed.

08

The pictures are on the wall.


The pictures are on the floor.
The picture is on the wall.
One picture is on the floor.

09

The nurse is taking care of the man.


The doctor is taking care of the man.
The mechanic is fixing the car.
The dentist is working on the mans teeth.

09

There is a picture of cats on this shirt.


There is a picture of a bear on this shirt.
There is a picture of a smiling face on this shirt.
There is no picture on this shirt.

10

The baker is baking bread.


The secretary is typing.
The teacher is teaching the students.
The students are reading.

10

Which man on a horse is real?


Which man on a horse is a statue?
Which head is not real?
Which head is real?

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Clock Time, Time of Day

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Unit Three Review

01

five
ten
fifteen
twenty

01

Which tall man is wearing glasses?


Which tall man is not wearing glasses?
Which short person is not wearing glasses?
Which short person is wearing glasses?

02

It is two oclock.
It is four oclock.
It is six oclock.
It is eight oclock.

02

There are more people than horses.


There are more horses than people.
There are as many umbrellas as people.
There are more people than umbrellas.

03

It is three thirty.
It is five thirty.
It is seven thirty.
It is nine thirty.

03

The clown is wearing pants.


The clown is putting on pants.
The man with glasses is wearing a sweater.
The man with glasses is putting on a sweater.

04

It is six oclock.
It is six thirty.
It is seven oclock.
It is seven thirty.

04

The boy is lying down outside.


The boy is lying down inside.
This is the outside of the building.
This is the inside of the building.

05

It is two oclock.
It is two fifteen.
It is two thirty.
It is a quarter to three.

05

two red flowers


two white and yellow flowers
a yellow, a red and a pink flower
pink flowers

06

It is eight oclock.
It is a quarter after eight.
It is eight thirty.
It is a quarter to eight.

06

Which cat is real?


Which cat is not real?
Which sheep is not real?
Which sheep is real?

07

It is five oclock.
It is almost five oclock.
It is just past five oclock.
It is five thirty.

07

He is strong.
He is weak.
They are not tired.
They are hot and tired.

08

It is two oclock.
Its almost two oclock.
It is two thirty.
It is a little past two oclock.

08

The baker is baking bread.


The secretary is typing.
The teacher is teaching the students.
The students are reading.

09

It is seven oclock.
It is a quarter past seven.
It is seven thirty.
It is seven forty-five.

09

These are real flowers.


This is a picture of flowers.
This is a real woman.
This is a picture of a woman.

10

It is almost ten thirty. It is morning.


It is almost eleven thirty in the morning.
It is a little past five oclock. It is afternoon.
It is a quarter to nine. It is night.

10

It is seven oclock.
It is a quarter past seven.
It is seven thirty.
It is seven forty-five.

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Questions and Answers:


Interrogative Form of Verbs

01

Is the woman walking?


Yes, she is walking.
Is the boy smiling?
Yes, he is smiling.
Are the children playing?
Yes, they are playing.
Is the woman smiling?
Yes, she is smiling.

06

What is the boy doing?


He is playing with his father.
What is the boy doing?
He is walking.
What is the boy doing?
He is lying down.
What is the boy doing?
He is playing with his dog.

02

Are the children jumping?


Yes, they are jumping.
Are the children jumping?
No, they are sitting.
Is the man riding a horse?
Yes, he is riding a horse.
Is the man riding a horse?
No, he is walking.

07

What is the man doing?


He is drinking water.
What is the man doing?
He is playing his guitar.
What is the man doing?
He is putting on his sweater.
What is the man doing?
He is sitting with his son.

03

Is he playing the violin?


Yes, he is.
Is he playing the violin?
No, he is not.
Is the bike upside down?
No, it is right side up.
Is the bike upside down?
Yes, it is.

08

Is he falling?
He may be falling.
Is he falling?
Yes, he is falling.
Is the boy falling?
No, he is not falling.
Are they falling?
No, they are not falling.

04

Is the car yellow?


Yes, it is yellow.
Is the car yellow?
No, it is not yellow.
Are the boys jumping?
Yes, they are jumping.
Are the boys jumping?
No, they are not jumping.

09

Is the boy smiling?


Yes, he is smiling.
Is the man smiling?
No, he is not smiling.
Is she smiling?
Yes, she is smiling.
Is the dog smiling?
Can dogs smile?

05

What is she doing?


She is running.
What are they doing?
They are walking.
What is he doing?
He is riding a bike.
What are they doing?
They are riding horses.

10

Is it a pony?
Yes, it is a pony.
Is it a dog?
Yes, it is a dog.
Is it a dog?
No, it is a cat.
Is it a dog?
No, it is a fish.

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OpenClosed, TogetherApart,
StraightBent

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Numbers to One Hundred

01

The car door is open.


The car door is closed.
This womans eyes are open.
This womans eyes are closed.

01

one
two
three
four

02

The eyes are open.


The eyes are closed.
Her mouth is open.
Her mouth is closed.

02

five
six
seven
eight

03

The mans eyes are closed and his mouth is open.


The mans eyes are open and his mouth is closed.
The womans mouth is open and her eyes are
open.
The womans eyes are closed and her mouth is
closed.

03

nine
ten
eleven
twelve

04

His hands are closed.


His hands are open.
One hand is open and one hand is closed.
Her mouth is open.

thirteen
fourteen
fifteen
sixteen

05

four arms
many legs
four fingers
five toes

seventeen
eighteen
nineteen
twenty

06

The hands are together.


The hands are apart.
The feet are together.
The feet are apart.

twenty
thirty
forty
fifty

07

The mans legs are together.


The mans legs are apart.
The boys legs are together.
The boys legs are apart.

sixty
seventy
eighty
ninety

08

The hands are apart and the feet are apart.


The hands and feet are together.
The feet are apart and the hands are together.
The feet are together and the hands are apart.

seventy-five
eighty-five
ninety-five
one hundred

09

The man and woman are together.


The horses are together.
The man and woman are apart.
The horses are apart.

twenty-two
thirty-two
forty-two
fifty-two

10

forty-six
sixty-six
eighty-six
one hundred

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

The womans arms are straight.


The womans arms are bent.
The mans legs are bent.
The mans legs are straight.

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People and Talking

4-05

Coming and Going, Asleep and


Awake

01

Gorbachev is talking.
Three men are talking.
The man in the yellow shirt is talking.
The woman is talking.

01

The women are coming.


The women are going.
The horses are coming.
The couple is going.

02

This man is talking.


This man is playing chess.
This boy is talking.
This boy is lying down.

02

He is going up the wall.


He is going up the stairs.
He is coming down the stairs.
He is going up the ladder.

03

The boy is talking to the man.


The man is talking to the boy.
The woman in blue is talking to the woman
in red.
The woman is talking to the man.

03

The cat is sleeping.


The cat is not sleeping.
The baby is sleeping.
The baby is not sleeping.

04
04

The boy is talking to the man about the airplane.


The man is talking to the boy about the airplane.
The man is talking into the walkie-talkie.
The man is talking on the mobile phone.

The cat is asleep.


The cat is awake.
The baby is asleep.
The baby is awake.

05
05

This woman is talking to the girl about the book.


These two women are talking about the plant.
This woman is not talking. She is laughing.
These two girls are not talking at all.

The couple is coming.


The couple is going.
The couple is kissing.
The couple is not kissing.

06
06

This woman is not talking.


These men are not talking.
These men are talking.
This woman is talking.

The horse is going into the van.


The horse has come out of the van.
This boy is going into the water.
This boy is getting out of the water.

07
07

The man is on the phone.


The woman is on the phone.
The man is not on the phone.
The woman is not on the phone.

The woman is going up the escalator.


The woman is coming down the escalator.
The man is going up the steps.
The man is coming down the steps.

08
08

Which man can talk?


These women can talk.
Which man cant talk?
These women cant talk. They are mannequins.

These people are going up the escalator.


The people are going up the steps.
These people are going down the escalator.
The people are coming down the steps.

09
09

The man cant talk now because he is drinking.


The man can talk because he is not drinking.
The boy cant talk because he is underwater.
The boy can talk because he is not underwater.

The man is getting into the airplane.


The man is coming out of the airplane.
The man is getting out of the truck.
The man is getting into the truck.

10
10

Which man cant talk?


Which man can talk?
Which boy can talk?
Which boy cant talk?

The couple is entering the building.


The couple is leaving the building.
The man is getting into the carriage.
The man is getting out of the carriage.

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Multiple Verbs; While

01

The girl is smelling a flower.


The boy is watching television.
The boy is smelling a flower.
The girl is watching TV.

02

The woman is going to drive the car.


The woman is riding the horse.
The woman is kissing the horse.
The woman is driving the horse.

03

The boy is smelling the flower.


The boy is not smelling the flowers.
The girl is brushing her hair.
The girl is dancing.

04

The woman is wearing a hat.


The man is touching the horses hoof.
The man is touching the horses ear.
The man is putting on gloves.

05

The man is climbing onto the carriage.


The man is climbing into the truck.
The woman is kissing the man.
The woman is kissing the horse.

06

The girl is not watching TV.


The girl is wearing a hat while watching
television.
The girl is brushing her hair while watching TV.
The girl is dancing while watching TV.

07

The woman is singing while playing the electric


piano.
The woman is drinking while playing the electric
piano.
The woman is brushing her hair while holding
her purse.
The woman is writing while holding her purse.

08

The man is reaching for a shovel while holding


a book.
The man is pointing while holding a shovel.
The man is reading a book while the dog is
standing between his legs.
The man is reading a book while the boy is
listening.

09

One girl is holding her hat while walking.


The man is drinking while sitting on the
carriage.
The man is sitting on the bicycle while the boy is
climbing the fence.
The children are watching while the man is
writing.

10

24

The boy is climbing the steps while the man is


watching.
The boy is climbing the steps while no one is
watching.
These men are carrying guns while they are
walking through the water.
These men are carrying guns while they are
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Family Relationships

4-08

Everybody, Somebody, Someone,


Nobody, Anybody

01

a girl and her mother


a girl and her father
a boy and his mother
a boy and his father

01

Everybody is wearing a yellow hat.


Everybody is running.
Everybody is sitting down.
Everybody is dancing.

02

a girl and her mother


a girl and her father
a girl and her brother
a girl and her family

02

Someone is behind the tree.


Someone is behind the man.
Someone is taking a picture.
Someone is wearing yellow.

03

the boy and his mother


the boy and his father
the boy and his sister
the boy and his family

03

Everybody is wearing a yellow hat.


Nobody is wearing a yellow hat.
Somebody is touching the cat.
Nobody is touching the cat.

04

The woman is sitting beside her husband on


a sofa.
The woman is standing with her husband and
children.
The woman is sitting on a chair beside her
husband.
The woman is sitting on her husband.

04

Everybody is wearing white.


Nobody is wearing white.
Somebody is wearing white and somebody is not
wearing white.
The cowboy is wearing white.

05

Everybody is jumping into the water.


None of the three boys are jumping into the
water.
Someone is jumping into the water. Someone is
not jumping into the water.
Someone is swimming underwater.

06

Somebody is kicking the ball.


Nobody is kicking the ball.
Is anybody in the airplane? No, the airplane
is empty.
Is anybody in the airplane? Yes, the boy is in
the airplane.

05

The man is sitting beside his wife on a sofa.


The man is standing with his wife and children.
The man is sitting on a chair beside his wife.
The mans wife is sitting on him.

06

a mother and her son


a father and his son
a father and his daughter
a mother and her daughter

07

a sister and brother and their mother


a husband and a wife and their daughter
a sister and brother with their parents
a sister and a brother without their parents

07

These four people are a family.


These four people are not a family.
These three people are in the same family.
These three people are not in the same family.

Is anybody kicking the ball? Yes, the boy is.


Is anybody kicking the ball? No, nobody is.
Nobody is in the airplane.
There is somebody in the airplane.

08

two parents with their children


two parents without their children
two brothers and their father
two brothers and their mother

The man in blue is carrying something.


The man in blue is not carrying anything.
They are pointing at something.
They are not pointing at anything.

09

two sisters and their father


two brothers and their father
a child with his parents
These people are not in the same family.

Somebody is riding the horse.


Nobody is riding the horse.
Something is on the plate.
Nothing is on the plate.

10

Something is on the table.


Nothing is on any of the tables.
Someone is lying down in the tent.
No one is in the tent.

08

09

10

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Prepositions

01

a motorcycle
motorcycles
a yellow bus
two yellow buses

02

03

04

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Prepositions and Objects of


Prepositions: With and Without

01

He is jumping with a pole.


She is singing with a microphone.
The boy in the red sweater is playing. He is
playing with his friends.
He is riding a bike using his hands.

a little red car


a white limousine
a red boat
a big black truck

02

He is jumping without a pole.


She is singing without a microphone.
He is playing without his friends.
He is riding without using his hands.

The truck is pulling the car.


Someone is driving a car.
The red car is behind the truck.
The truck is pulling a boat.

03

He is jumping with a pole.


He is jumping without a pole.
She is singing with a microphone.
She is singing without a microphone.

04

He is playing with his friends.


He is playing without his friends.
He is riding a bike without using his hands.
He is riding a bike using his hands.

The truck is on one bridge and under the other


bridge.
A truck and a car are under the bridge.
a big bridge
The car is parked in front of a house.

05

The bike is parked.


The man is putting a bike on a van.
The woman is getting into the van.
The boats are on the river.

05

The man is jumping without a parachute.


The man is jumping with a parachute.
He is climbing with a rope.
He is climbing without a rope.

06

The car is turning.


The cars are driving through snow.
The red cars are in a parade.
The car is passing a truck.

06

The man without a shirt is running.


The man with a shirt is running.
The woman with sunglasses is sitting down.
The woman without sunglasses is sitting down.

07

a black limousine
an antique car
a convertible with the top down
a red sports car

07

The people with umbrellas are walking.


The people without umbrellas are walking.
The person with a helmet is riding a bike.
The person without a helmet is riding a bike.

08

The train is on the mountain.


People are getting into the trolley.
This red car was in an accident.
The red car was not in an accident.

08

The woman with a hat is walking.


The woman without a hat is walking.
The man without a hat is sitting on a box.
The man with a hat is sitting on a box.

09

The red and gray cars were in an accident.


The submarine is in the water.
The ship has sails.
The red and white cars are parked.

09

The man with a cap is writing.


The man with a hat is pointing.
The man without a hat is pointing.
The man without a cap is writing.

10

The red car is wrecked.


The red car is not wrecked.
The big ship is moving through the water.
The tow truck is pulling the car.

10

The boy with a sweater is playing in the sand.


The boy without a sweater is playing in the sand.
The boy with a sweater is playing in the grass.
The boy without a sweater is on the grass.

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Unit Four Review

01

What is the man doing?


He is drinking water.
What is the man doing?
He is playing his guitar.
What is the man doing?
He is putting on his sweater.
What is the man doing?
He is sitting with his son.

02

The hands are apart and the feet are apart.


The hands and feet are together.
The feet are apart and the hands are together.
The feet are together and the hands are apart.

03

seventy-five
eighty-five
ninety-five
one hundred

04

The man cant talk now because he is drinking.


The man can talk because he is not drinking.
The boy cant talk because he is underwater.
The boy can talk because he is not underwater.

05

The cat is asleep.


The cat is awake.
The baby is asleep.
The baby is awake.

06

The woman is singing while playing the electric


piano.
The woman is drinking while playing the electric
piano.
The woman is brushing her hair while holding
her purse.
The woman is writing while holding her purse.

07

a sister and brother and their mother


a husband and a wife and their daughter
a sister and brother with their parents
a sister and a brother without their parents

08

Somebody is riding the horse.


Nobody is riding the horse.
Something is on the plate.
Nothing is on the plate.

09

The truck is pulling the car.


Someone is driving a car.
The red car is behind the truck.
The truck is pulling a boat.

10

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The man with a cap is writing.


The man with a hat is pointing.
The man without a hat is pointing.
The man without a cap is writing.

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Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication


and Division

5-02

Possessive Nouns and Pronouns

01

six
one
twenty
nine

01

a boy
the boy and his father
the boy and his dog
the boys dog without the boy

02

two
five
eleven
eight

02

a blond haired woman and her dog


a man and his dog
a dark haired woman and her dog
a boy and his dog

03

three
four
seven
ten

03

The woman is walking her dog.


The boy is walking his dog.
Someone is walking three dogs.
The women are walking their dogs.

04

One plus one equals two.


One plus two equals three.
One plus three equals four.
One plus four equals five.

04

The womans hat is black.


The mans hard hat is white.
The womans horse is jumping.
The mans horse is bucking.

05

Three plus four is seven.


Three plus five is eight.
Six minus two is four.
Six minus four is two.

05

The girls socks are white.


The girls shirt is white.
The mans dog is small.
The mans dog is reading.

06

Six plus five is eleven.


Six plus six is twelve.
Four plus three equals seven.
Four plus five equals nine.

06

someone with her cat


someone with her horse
someone with his cat
someone with his horse

07

Eight minus two equals six.


Eight minus four equals four.
Seven minus three equals four.
Seven minus five equals two.

07

The man is wearing his own shirt.


This shirt is not the boys shirt. It is too big.
The mans shirt is on the table.
This shirt is not the mans shirt. It is too small.

08

Twelve minus five equals seven.


Twelve minus six equals six.
Twelve minus seven equals five.
Twelve minus eight equals four.

08

a womans hat
a mans hat
a mans hand
a womans hand

09

Twelve divided by two equals six.


Two times six equals twelve.
Six divided by three equals two.
Two times eight equals sixteen.

09

a childs car
an adults car
childrens clothing
adults clothing

10

Ten divided by five equals two.


Fifteen divided by five equals three.
Twenty divided by five equals four.
Four times five equals twenty.

10

a womans gloves
mens gloves
womens legs
a womans legs

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Present Progressive, Present Perfect


and Future with Going To

5-04

More Numbers

01

The girl is jumping.


The girl is walking.
The girl is riding.
The girl is laughing.

01

seventeen
twenty-seven
thirty-seven
thirty-eight

02

The boy is going to jump.


The boy is going to fall.
The boy is going to eat.
The boy is going to ride.

02

forty-three
thirty-four
sixty-three
thirty-six

03

The woman has jumped.


The woman has opened the drawer.
The woman has thrown the ball.
The woman has gone to sleep.

03

seventy-eight
eighty-seven
ninety-five
fifty-nine

04

The man and the woman are going to hug.


The man and the woman are hugging.
This work was done by Picasso.
This work was not done by Picasso.

04

one hundred and forty-five


one hundred and fifty-four
two hundred and seventy-eight
two hundred and eighty-seven

05

The bird is swimming.


The bird is flying.
The bird is walking.
The bird is flapping its wings, but it is not flying.

05

three hundred and twenty-five


three hundred and fifty-two
four hundred and twenty-five
four hundred and fifty-two

06

The dog is going to catch the frisbee.


The dog has caught the frisbee.
The dog is going to pick up the hat.
The dog has picked up the hat.

06

five hundred and forty-nine


five hundred and fifty-nine
six hundred and sixty-nine
six hundred and ninety-six

07

The horse has jumped.


The horse has thrown the cowboy off its back.
The horse has walked up.
The horse has walked down.

07

seven hundred and thirty-four


seven hundred and forty-three
eight hundred and thirty-four
eight hundred and forty-three

08

The children are going to jump off the table.


The children are jumping off the table.
The children have jumped off the table.
The children are walking around the table.

08

nine hundred and twenty-six


nine hundred and sixty-two
one thousand and eighty-seven
one thousand and seventy-eight

09

The man in the white shirt is going to climb


the wall.
The man in the white shirt is climbing the wall.
The camel will open its mouth.
The camel has opened its mouth.

09

one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven


two thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five
two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five

10
10

The man is going to use the mobile phone. He is


taking it out of his pocket.
The man is using the mobile phone.
The man is holding the mobile phone, but he is
not using it.
The man is using a red phone.

three thousand one hundred and twenty-five


seven thousand one hundred and twenty-five
nine thousand one hundred and twenty-five
ten thousand one hundred and twenty-five

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Direct and Indirect Objects

5-06

Hot and Cold

01

The man is pushing the bicycle.


The man is pushing the cart.
The woman is pushing the boxes.
The men are pushing the mat.

01

fire
the sun
snow
ice

02

The man is pulling the cart.


The pony is pulling the cart.
They are pulling the mat.
They are pushing the mat.

02

Fire is hot.
The sun is hot.
Snow is cold.
Ice is cold.

03

He is pulling the cart.


He is pushing the cart.
They are pushing the mat.
They are pulling the mat.

03

a tree and purple flowers


a candle
Snow is covering the trees.
Snow is covering the mountains.

04

The man is fixing the bike.


The man is riding the bike.
The woman is walking her dog.
The woman is playing with her dog.

04

Fire is burning the trees.


Fire is burning the candle.
The sun is behind the tree.
The sun is behind the clouds.

05

The girl is wearing a hat.


The girl is holding the hat.
The man is holding the glass of water. He is not
drinking.
The man is drinking the glass of water.

05

The fire is making black smoke.


The fire is making white smoke.
The small stove makes a blue fire.
The match makes a yellow fire.

06
06

The woman is climbing the stairs.


The woman is pushing the boxes.
The man is carrying the child.
The man is pushing the cart.

It is hot in the summer.


It is cold in the winter.
The bread is hot.
The bread is not hot.

07
07

The woman is giving the boy money.


The man is giving the woman medicine.
The woman is giving the boy the guitar.
The man is giving the girl the guitar.

It is cold and these people are wearing hats and


scarves.
It is hot and these people are sitting in the sun.
People play in the water when it is hot.
People play in the snow when it is cold.

08

The boy is taking money from the woman.


The boy is taking the guitar from the woman.
The girl is taking the guitar from the man.
The woman is getting medicine from the man.

08

a hot day
a cold day
cold food
hot food

09

The girl is taking a plate.


Someone is giving the man a plate of food.
Someone is giving the woman a plate of food.
The man is giving the guitar to the girl.

09

It is hot.
It is cold.
a cold drink
a hot drink

10

The woman is giving money to the boy.


Someone is giving something to the woman.
The man is taking a glass of milk.
The man gave a glass of milk to the woman.

10

He is hot.
He is cold.
The sun is shining on the woman.
The sun is shining on the grass.

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Kinds of Things

5-08

Furniture, Clothing and Instruments

01

A flower is a kind of plant.


Grass is a kind of plant.
Trees are a kind of plant.
Bushes and flowers are kinds of plants.

01

A table is a piece of furniture.


A chair is a piece of furniture.
A bed is a piece of furniture.
A sofa is a piece of furniture.

02

two kinds of flowers


one kind of flower
several kinds of fruit
one kind of fruit

02

A table and chairs are furniture.


A desk and chair are furniture.
A bed is a piece of furniture to sleep on.
A sofa is furniture to sit on.

03

Grapes are a kind of fruit.


Bananas are a kind of fruit.
Apples are a kind of fruit.
Pears are a kind of fruit.

03

Tables are furniture.


Chairs are furniture.
A bench is a piece of furniture to sit on.
A dresser is a piece of furniture that holds
clothes.

04

Dogs are a kind of animal.


Cats are a kind of animal.
Sheep are a kind of animal.
Ducks are a kind of animal.

04

A dress is a piece of clothing.


A jacket is a piece of clothing.
A shirt and tie are clothing.
childrens clothing

two kinds of ducks


one kind of duck
two kinds of dogs
one kind of dog

05

The clown is getting dressed.


The clown is dressed.
The woman is getting dressed.
The woman is dressed.

Meat is a kind of food.


Fruit is a kind of food.
Bread is a kind of food.
Ice cream is a kind of food.

06

These people are dressed in formal clothing.


These people are dressed as cowboys.
These people are dressed for swimming.
These people are dressed as clowns.

Grapes are food.


Bananas are food.
Apples are food.
Pears are food.

07

two kinds of animals


one kind of animal
one kind of plant
several kinds of plants

The man is playing music on the piano, while


holding a saxophone.
Guitars are musical instruments.
Violins are musical instruments.
Flutes are musical instruments.

08

Dogs are animals.


Flowers are plants.
Horses and cattle are animals.
Ducks are animals.

Someone is playing an electric bass guitar.


Someone is playing a flute.
Someone is playing an electric piano.
Someone is playing drums.

09

The man with the flute is playing and the


drummer is listening.
The man is holding two guitars.
Someone is playing a guitar.
Children are playing the piano.

10

pieces of furniture
clothing
musical instruments
one piece of furniture

05

06

07

08

09

10

many kinds of food


many kinds of plants
a plant and an animal
two kinds of animals

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07

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Few, Many, More, Less

5-10

Two people are on one bicycle.


One person is standing between two people on
bicycles.
One person is on a bicycle and two people are
walking.
Many people are on many bicycles.
There are more chairs than tables.
There are more green apples than red apples.
There is the same amount of milk in the
womans glass as in the girls glass.
There is more candy in the mans left hand than
in his right hand.
There are fewer tables than chairs.
There are fewer red apples than green apples.
Both glasses have the same amount of milk.
There is less candy in the mans right hand than
in his left hand.
There is a little food on this tray.
There is a lot of food on this tray.
There is less water than land in this picture.
There is more water than land in this picture.
There is more sand than grass in this picture.
There is less sand than grass in this picture.
There is more milk in the girls glass than in the
womans glass.
There is less milk in the girls glass than in the
womans glass.
We can count the boys: one, two, three.
We can count the boys: one, two, three, four.
We can count the boys: one, two, three, four,
five, six.
We can count the candles: one, two, three,
four, five.
There are too many coins to count.
There are too many birds to count.
There are too many flowers to count.
There are too many balloons to count.
a few balloons
too many balloons to count
a few people
too many people to count
There are too many people to count.
There are not too many people to count.
There are too many hats to count.
There are not too many hats to count.
There are many, many flowers.
There are only a few flowers.
There are too many animals to count.
There are only a couple of animals.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

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More Verbs; Human Gestures

The children are waving.


The girl is waving.
The man is waving.
The woman is waving.
One of the clowns is waving.
One of the clowns has his hands in his pockets.
The clowns are waving.
The clown who is sitting down is waving.
The woman is coughing.
The man is sneezing.
This boy is holding the kite string in his mouth.
This boy is sticking out his tongue.
The boys arms are folded.
The boy is yawning.
The man is sneezing.
The man is blowing his nose.
This man is tying his shoe.
This man is scratching his neck.
The clown is pointing to his nose.
The clown is scratching his head.
The woman on the bench is tired.
The man is tired.
The boy is yawning because he is tired.
The boy is crying.
The woman is very sad.
The man is thinking.
These men are not tired.
These men are tired.
The woman is sad. She is at a funeral.
The man is very happy.
These men have run in a race. They are very
tired.
This man is going to run in a race. He is
stretching.
Two runners are finishing a race. The one in the
red shirt will win.
The man is very happy. He has won two medals.
This woman is happy to be singing.
The boy is crying because he is sad.
The man is scratching his forehead.
The man is thinking.
The child is picking up something off the
ground.
The woman is picking up something off the
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Human Conditions

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Unit Five Review

01

I have red hair.


I am wearing a hat.
I have black hair.
I am bald.

01

Six plus five is eleven.


Six plus six is twelve.
Four plus three equals seven.
Four plus five equals nine.

02

We are cold.
We are hot.
I am cold.
I am hot.

02

a womans gloves
mens gloves
womens legs
a womans legs

03

I am tired.
I am not tired. I am jumping.
We are tired.
We are not tired.

03

04

I am strong.
I am weak.
We are running and we are not tired.
We are running and we are tired.

The man is going to use the mobile phone. He is


taking it out of his pocket.
The man is using the mobile phone.
The man is holding the mobile phone, but he is
not using it.
The man is using a red phone.

04

I am sick.
I am healthy.
I am a blue bird.
I am a bird with a red head.

seven hundred and thirty-four


seven hundred and forty-three
eight hundred and thirty-four
eight hundred and forty-three

05

I am the man who is hungry.


I am the man who is full.
I am the woman who is hungry.
I am the woman who is full.

The woman is giving the boy money.


The man is giving the woman medicine.
The woman is giving the boy the guitar.
The man is giving the girl the guitar.

06

We are happy.
We are unhappy.
I am happy.
I am unhappy.

many kinds of food


many kinds of plants
a plant and an animal
two kinds of animals

07

We are tired.
I am tired. He is not tired.
We are not tired. He is tired.
I am tired. She is not tired.

The clown is getting dressed.


The clown is dressed.
The woman is getting dressed.
The woman is dressed.

08

There is more sand than grass in this picture.


There is less sand than grass in this picture.
There is more milk in the girls glass than in the
womans glass.
There is less milk in the girls glass than in the
womans glass.

09

This man is tying his shoe.


This man is scratching his neck.
The clown is pointing to his nose.
The clown is scratching his head.

10

We are tired.
I am tired. He is not tired.
We are not tired. He is tired.
I am tired. She is not tired.

05

06

07

08

09

I am sick.
I am thirsty.
I am cold.
I am rich.

10

I am not drinking. You are drinking.


I am hungry.
We are cold.
We are hot and tired.

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To Be and To Have: Present and


Past Tenses

6-02

Present Progressive, Present Perfect


and Future with Going To

01

The children are in the park.


The boy is in the airplane.
The dog has a frisbee in its mouth.
The cup is full.

01

The man is going to get into the car.


The man is getting into the car.
The man is going to get into the carriage.
The man is getting into the carriage.

02

These are the children who were in the park.


The boy was in an airplane.
The dog had a frisbee in its mouth.
The cup was full.

02

The boy is going to jump.


The boy is jumping.
The boy has jumped.
The boy is going to throw the ball.

03

The boys mouth is open.


The children are on the table.
The boys mouth was open.
The children were on the table.

03

The woman is going to write.


The woman is writing.
The boy is falling.
The boy has fallen.

04

The woman has the box.


This is the woman who had the box.
The girls have a rope.
These are the girls who had a rope.

04

The boy is going to climb out of the water.


The boy is going to slide.
The boy is sliding.
The boy has slid into the water.

05

The man has a hat on his head.


This is the man who had the hat on his head.
The boy in blue has a rake in his hands.
The boy in blue had a rake in his hands.

05

The boy is going to jump.


The boy is jumping.
The people are going to cross the street.
The people are crossing the street.

06

These people are in a bike race.


These people were in a bike race.
This man is in a bike race.
This man was in a bike race.

06

The boy is looking at the ball.


The boy is going to throw the ball.
The man is going to throw the boy.
The man has thrown the boy.

07

The boy is on the table.


The boy was on the table.
The woman is holding a notebook.
The woman was holding a notebook.

07

The woman is going to put something into


the bag.
The woman has put something into the bag.
The woman is going to kiss the man.
The woman is kissing the man.

08

This person is in the water.


This person was in the water.
The boy is on the wall. He is climbing the wall.
The boy was on the wall. He has fallen off
the wall.

08

The woman is going to enter the store.


The woman is entering the store.
The man is going to close the trunk of the car.
The man has closed the trunk of the car.

09

These people are in a parade.


These people were in a parade.
The man is in the truck.
The man was in the truck.

09

The people are going to go up the steps.


The people are going up the steps.
The people have gone up the steps.
The people are coming down the steps.

10

The boy is inside.


The boy was inside. Now he is outside.
The clown has a hat on his head.
The clown had a hat on his head.

10

The people are going to come down the steps.


The people are coming down the steps.
The people have come down the steps.
The people are going up the steps.

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More Descriptions of People;


Demonstrative Adjectives

6-04

Units of Things

01

The old man has a white beard.


The bald man is looking at a rug.
The bald man has a beard.
The man with a red tie has a beard.

01

a bag of fish
a bag of grapes
bags of bread
an empty paper bag

02

The man has a beard.


The man is bald.
The man does not have a beard.
The woman does not have a beard.

02

a roll of paper towels


a paper towel
a bag of potato chips
a plastic bag of grapes

03

These people are wearing uniforms.


These people are not wearing uniforms.
This man is wearing a uniform.
This man is not wearing a uniform.

03

a full bottle of juice


half a bottle of juice
an empty glass bottle
a roll of toilet paper

04

This person has a moustache, but no beard.


This person has a beard, but no moustache.
This person has a moustache and a beard.
The person does not have a moustache or a beard.

04

two rolls of paper towels


a full paper bag
an empty plastic bag
an empty paper bag

05

This statue has a moustache.


This statue has a beard.
The woman with long hair has an earring.
The woman with short hair is wearing an earring.

05

an empty glass bottle


a full bottle
lots of bread
six loaves of bread

06

This couple is dressed up.


This couple is not dressed up.
These men are dressed up.
These men are not dressed up.

06

a roll of paper towels


a roll of toilet paper
a full paper bag
an empty paper bag

07

This girl has black hair and dark skin.


The boy in the red sweater has dark skin.
The girl with red hair has light skin.
The boy with a black shirt has light skin.

07

a tomato
lots of tomatoes
many boxes of apples
slices of watermelon

08

Which young woman has dark skin?


Which young woman has light skin?
Which young man has dark skin?
Which young man has light skin?

08

a pair of boots
a pair of sunglasses
baskets of apples
boxes of apples

09

The woman has light skin and short hair.


The woman has light skin and long, blond hair.
This person has dark skin and short hair.
This person has dark skin and long hair.

09

a pair of sunglasses
a pair of gloves and a pair of shoes
a pair of boots
a pair of dice

10

This man has dark skin and a moustache.


This man has light skin and a beard.
This man has light skin and no beard or
moustache.
This man has dark skin and no beard or
moustache.

10

a bouquet of flowers
three bouquets of flowers
a banana
bunches of bananas

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NeitherNor, BothAnd

6-06

The woman is riding the horse.


The woman is not riding the horse anymore.
The men are riding bicycles.
The men are not riding anymore.
The men are running.
The men are not running anymore.
The young men are singing.
The young men are not singing anymore.
The man and woman are singing.
The man and woman are not singing anymore.
The clown is dressing.
The clown is not dressing anymore.
This woman is eating.
This woman is talking on the phone.
This woman is neither talking on the phone nor
eating.
This man is neither talking on the phone nor
eating.
This woman is singing and playing the piano.
This woman is neither singing nor playing the
piano.
These women are playing drums and smiling.
These women are neither playing drums nor
smiling.
Both people are singing.
Neither of these people is singing.
Only one of these people is singing.
All six of these people are singing.
The man in white is standing on the sidewalk.
The man in white is not standing on the sidewalk
anymore.
The bus is up on the sidewalk.
The bus is not on the sidewalk anymore.
All four of these people are walking.
None of these four people are walking.
All three of these people are walking.
None of these three people are walking.
Both the young men are singing. Neither of them
is kissing a woman.
Neither the man nor the woman is talking.
Neither the man nor the woman is kissing.
The man in the black shirt is standing. None of
his friends are.
Both the man and the woman are carrying
umbrellas.
Neither the man nor the woman is carrying an
umbrella.
Both the man and the boy are wearing hats.
Neither the man nor the boy is wearing a hat.
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Verbs: Present and Past Tenses;


Relative Pronouns

01

These people are in a bike race.


These people were in a bike race.
The clown has a hat on his head.
The clown had a hat on his head.

02

The young woman is reading.


The young woman was reading.
The boy is fishing.
The boy was fishing.

03

The girl is jumping rope.


The girls were jumping rope.
The woman is drinking.
The woman was drinking.

04

The father and his sons are digging.


The father and his sons were digging.
The dog is looking at the book.
The dog was looking at the book.

05

The man is wearing a shirt that is too small.


The man was wearing a shirt that was too small.
The man is wearing his own shirt.
The man was wearing this shirt, but now the
boy is.

06

The man is playing the guitar.


The man was playing the guitar.
The woman is holding the guitar.
The woman was holding the guitar, but now the
boy has it.

07

The traffic light is red.


The traffic light was red.
The man is climbing the ladder.
The man has climbed the ladder.

08

Some people are driving.


Some people were driving, but not anymore.
Someone is going to drive.
car keys

09

This dog is yawning.


This dog is carrying the frisbee.
This young man is yawning.
This young man is eating.

10

This is the dog that was yawning.


This is the dog that was carrying the frisbee.
This is the young man who was yawning.
This is the young man who was eating.

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Names

6-08

Present Progressive, Present Perfect


and Future with Going To

01

two men and one woman


four men
one man
three men and a woman

01

The man is going to kiss his wife.


The man is kissing his wife.
The woman is going to throw the ball.
The woman has thrown the ball.

02

The man on the left is Prince Charles.


The man on the left is Ronald Reagan.
The man speaking is Mikhail Gorbachev.
The woman with the singers is Nancy Reagan.

02

03

The man on the left is named Charles.


The name of the man on the left is Ronald.
The mans name is Mikhail.
The woman in front of the singers is named
Nancy.

The girl is talking to the man.


The woman is not talking to anyone. She is
preparing food.
The woman is sitting on the man.
The woman is sitting on the rocking chair.

03

The woman is riding the horse.


No one is riding the horse.
No one is riding the bicycle.
Someone is riding the bicycle.

04

The horse is kissing the woman.


No one is being kissed by the horse.
The ball is being kicked by the boy.
No one is kicking the ball.

04

Prince Charles is shaking hands with Ronald


Reagan.
Ronald Reagan is standing with three other men.
Mikhail Gorbachev is talking.
Nancy Reagan is smiling at the singers.

05

This is Sandra. She is a girl.


This is Jake. He is a boy.
This is Melissa. She is a woman.
This is Pranav. He is a man.

05

The woman is being kissed by the horse.


No one is kissing the woman.
The boy is kicking the ball.
The boy is not kicking anything.

06

The girl says, My name is Sandra and I am four


years old.
The boy says, My name is Jake and I am ten
years old.
The woman says, My name is Melissa and I am
twenty-two years old.
The man says, My name is Pranav and I am
twenty-three years old.

06

The boy is falling.


The boy has fallen.
The man is climbing the ladder.
The man has climbed the ladder.

07

The men are going to run.


The men are running.
The men have run.
The women are going to run.

08

The woman is going to pick up the cat.


The woman is picking up the cat.
The woman has picked up the cat and is holding
it in her arms.
The woman is reading the newspaper.

09

The woman is going to put on the dress.


The woman is putting on the dress.
The woman has put on the dress.
The man is putting on a shirt.

10

The girl is going to pour water on her head.


The girl is pouring water on her head.
The woman is going to read the book.
The woman is reading the book.

07

08

09

10

Melissa is going to walk up the steps.


Melissa is walking up the steps.
Melissa is walking down the steps.
Melissa has walked down the steps.
Sandra is holding a balloon.
Jake is holding a balloon.
Pranav is standing in a tree.
Melissa is standing in a tree.
Sandra says, Look at my balloon!
Jake says, Look at my balloon!
Pranav says, Look, I am standing in a tree!
Melissa says, Look, I am standing in a tree!
Melissa and Pranav are stepping onto the wall.
Melissa and Pranav are standing on the wall.
Melissa and Pranav have just jumped off the
wall. Their feet have not touched the ground.
Melissa and Pranav have jumped off the wall.
Their feet have touched the ground.
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More Units of Things

6-10

01

many bunches of bananas


a bunch of bananas
many bunches of grapes
a bunch of grapes

01

02

a bunch of bananas
a single banana
a bunch of grapes
a single grape

02

03

a couple of dolls
a group of dolls
a few flowers
many bunches of flowers

03

04

a pair of candles
many pairs of candles
a pair of gloves
many pairs of gloves

04

05

a bouquet of flowers
a single flower
a couple of flags
lots of flags

05

06

many balloons
a few balloons
a single biker
a group of bikers

06

a pair of dice
two pairs of dice
a single runner
a group of runners

07

07

08

a set of tools
a set of dining room furniture
a set of luggage
a set of knives

09

a set of silverware
a pair of twins
a chess set
a set of plates

10

08

09

a couple going down an escalator


two couples
a doll couple
a set of Russian dolls

10

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Alone, Crowd, Friend; Passive Voice


of Verbs

The girl is alone.


The girl is with her friends.
The girl is with her mother and father.
The girl is with her puppy.
The singer with the red microphone is singing
alone.
The singer is singing with a friend.
The woman is singing with the choir.
The woman is singing alone while playing the
piano.
Flowers surround the woman.
Bushes surround the woman.
Books surround the woman.
People surround the woman.
The woman is surrounded by flowers.
The woman is surrounded by bushes.
The woman is surrounded by books.
The woman is surrounded by people.
The castle stands alone on a hill, away from
other buildings.
The fort stands alone in the desert, away from
other buildings.
The castle is surrounded by other buildings.
The church is surrounded by other buildings.
The woman is alone.
The woman is with another person.
The woman is surrounded by people.
The table is surrounded by chairs.
one person alone
a couple of people
several people
a crowd of people
The girl is reading alone.
The girl is playing with a friend.
The girl is playing with her teacher.
The girl is walking with her teacher and her
friend.
Someone is walking alone down the steps.
Several people are walking down the steps.
A whole crowd of people are standing on the
steps.
A whole crowd of people are walking on the
sidewalk.
A huge crowd of people is racing.
Several people are racing against each other.
These two people are racing, but not against each
other.
This person is running alone, but he is not
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Professions and Conditions,


Activities

6-12

Unit Six Review

01

I am a doctor.
I am a nurse.
I am a mechanic.
I am a student.

01

These people are in a parade.


These people were in a parade.
The man is in the truck.
The man was in the truck.

02

I am a policeman.
I am a dentist.
I am a carpenter.
I am a scientist.

02

The woman is going to enter the store.


The woman is entering the store.
The man is going to close the trunk of the car.
The man has closed the trunk of the car.

03

I am a secretary.
I am a cook.
I am a teacher.
I am a waiter.

03

This couple is dressed up.


This couple is not dressed up.
These men are dressed up.
These men are not dressed up.

04

I am embarrassed.
My foot hurts.
I am not afraid. He is afraid.
I am sick.

04

two rolls of paper towels


a full paper bag
an empty plastic bag
an empty paper bag

05

I am cold.
I am hot and thirsty.
I am afraid.
I am a doctor. I am with a sick man.

05

Both people are singing.


Neither of these people is singing.
Only one of these people is singing.
All six of these people are singing.

06

I am proud of my son.
I am proud of my car.
I am thin.
I am heavy.

06

The father and his sons are digging.


The father and his sons were digging.
The dog is looking at the book.
The dog was looking at the book.

07

I am outside the bank.


I am at the police station.
I am rich.
I am inside the bank.

07

The woman is going to pick up the cat.


The woman is picking up the cat.
The woman has picked up the cat and is holding
it in her arms.
The woman is reading the newspaper.

08

Ouch! That hurt my foot.


I am wearing a hat.
I am wearing a blue skirt.
I am embarrassed.

08

a set of silverware
a pair of twins
a chess set
a set of plates

I am sick. You are not sick. You are a nurse.


I am a doctor. I am not sick. You are sick.
I am repairing a car.
I am working on someones teeth.

09

The singer with the red microphone is singing


alone.
The singer is singing with a friend.
The woman is singing with the choir.
The woman is singing alone while playing the
piano.

10

I am a policeman.
I am a dentist.
I am a carpenter.
I am a scientist.

09

10

I am baking bread.
I am typing on the typewriter.
I am teaching the students.
We are reading.

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More Verbs

7-02

01

The girl is getting into the boat.


The boy is getting out of the water.
The boy has gotten out of the water.
The boy is going to get out of the water.

01

02

The man and woman are pointing.


Both women are pointing.
The boy on the left is pointing.
One woman is pointing and one woman is not
pointing.

02

03

The man is flying a kite.


The man is trying to fly a kite.
There are three kites on the ground.
The boy is flying a kite.

04

The boy is looking down.


The boy is looking up.
The clown is looking down.
The clown is looking up.

05

The boy in the red shirt is flying a kite.


The boy is drinking from a cup and flying a kite.
The man is trying to open the cows mouth.
A man is trying to fly a kite.

06

The boy in blue is going to be hit by dirt.


The boy has been hit by dirt.
The man is working.
The man is not working.

07

03

04

05

06

07

08

The father is reading to his sons.


The father is working with his sons.
The father has a shovel in one hand and a book
in the other.
The father is reading to the dog.

08

The horses are working.


The horses are not working.
The father is pointing.
The father and the boys are working.

09

09

The boys are pulling on the rake.


The boy is digging.
The boy wearing white is catching the rake.
The boy wearing blue is catching the rake.

10

The girl is going to give hay to the horses.


The girl is giving hay to the horses.
The girl has given hay to the horses.
The cowboy is going to give hay to the cow.

10

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More Verbs; Interrogative Adjectives


and Pronouns; Usually

The swan is flapping its wings.


These birds have spread their wings.
The bird on the mans hands has its wings
spread.
This bird does not have its wings spread.
Camels have four legs.
People have two legs.
Ducks have two legs.
Elephants have four legs.
Astronauts wear space suits.
Sometimes, girls wear dresses.
Airplanes have wings.
Birds have wings.
Clocks have hands.
Bicycles have wheels.
Sailors live on ships.
Soldiers carry guns.
Who wears space suits?
Who wears dresses?
Who carries guns?
Who lives on a ship?
Which animal has only two legs?
Which animal has four legs on the ground?
Which animal has two legs on the ground and
two legs off the ground?
Which animal has all four legs off the ground?
This person sells bread.
This person sells sunglasses.
This person sells tomatoes.
This person sells plants.
Horses carry people, but this horse is not
carrying anyone.
This horse is carrying someone.
Airplanes fly, but this airplane is not flying.
Airplanes fly and this airplane is flying.
The workman is wearing a hard hat.
The workman usually wears a hard hat, but he is
not wearing a hard hat now.
Soldiers carry guns, but these soldiers are not
carrying guns.
Soldiers carry guns and these soldiers are
carrying guns.
The young men in the blue suits are singing.
The young men in the blue suits sing, but they
arent singing now.
Dogs dont usually wear clothing and this dog is
not wearing clothing.
Dogs dont usually wear clothing, but this one is
wearing clothing.

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Fast and Slow

7-04

01

The woman is running fast.


The men are riding fast.
The boy is skiing fast.
The horse is running fast.

01

02

The horse is not running fast. It is walking


slowly.
The car is going slowly.
The car is going fast.
The woman is riding fast.

02

03

The horse is going fast.


The horse is going slowly.
The horse is not going at all.
The bull is going fast.

04

05

03

The woman is swimming fast.


The swimmer is in the water, but he is not
swimming now.
The skier is skiing very fast.
The skier is skiing very slowly.

04

The girl is putting on her skates.


The girl is skating.
The skier is skiing downhill.
The skier has jumped.

05

06

an ice skater
a skier
a swimmer
a runner

07

The biker is riding slowly.


The swimmer is moving through the water.
The statue is not moving.
Someone is moving quickly across the street.

08

The soldiers in red are standing still.


The soldiers in black are holding still.
The astronauts are standing still.
The skater is holding still.

08

The bikers are moving fast.


The bikers are moving slowly.
The airplane is moving fast.
The airplane is moving slowly.

09

This is not an animal and it moves slowly.


This is not an animal and it moves fast.
This is an animal that moves slowly.
This is an animal that moves fast.

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06

07

09

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Seasons

The house is in front of many green trees.


The car is on a road between the green trees.
The cars are in a parking lot between the white
and pink trees.
A green tree is in front of the white building.
It is not cold. The trees are green.
It is cold. The trees are covered with snow.
It is not cold. There is one pink tree in front of
the white building.
It is warm. There is one pink tree and one white
tree.
There is snow on the mountain behind the red
airplane.
There is no snow on the mountain where the
man in the red shirt is standing.
There is snow on the mountain behind the man
with the red shirt.
There is no snow on the mountain and no man
on the mountain.
It is wintertime. Snow is on the mountain.
It is wintertime. Snow is on the trees.
It is fall. The trees are yellow.
It is springtime. The trees are pink and white.
It is wintertime. Snow is on the trees.
It is summer. The trees are green.
It is summertime. The people are in the
swimming pool.
It is fall. The trees are yellow and the leaves are
on the ground.
winter
summer
spring
fall
summer
fall
winter
spring
The sun is going down. We call this sunset.
a bridge at night
daytime
a city at night
The sun is coming up. We call this sunrise.
We see the moon at night.
a building at night
a building in the daytime
It is winter. It is day.
It is winter. It is night.
It is summer. It is day.
It is summer. It is night.

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All, None, Some, Most, Both, Neither,


Other

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The flowers are white.


The flowers are red.
The flowers are yellow.
The flowers are blue.
All of the flowers are white.
All of the flowers are red.
All of the flowers are yellow.
All of the flowers are blue.
Some of the flowers are white.
Some of the flowers are blue.
Some of the dishes are yellow.
Some of the people are wearing hats.
Some of the flowers are yellow and some are
white.
Some of the flowers are yellow and some are
blue.
Some of the apples are red and some are green.
Some of the people are women and some are
men.
Most of the people are wearing yellow hats, but
one is not.
Most of the flowers are white, but some are
yellow.
Most of the flower is red, but part of it is black.
Most of the flower is red, but part of it is yellow.
Both animals are horses.
Both flowers are white and yellow.
Both children are girls.
Both birds are ducks.
Both animals are horses.
Neither animal is a horse.
Both children are girls.
Neither child is a girl.
Some of the flowers are red.
None of the flowers are red.
One of the ducks is white.
None of the ducks are white.
Some of these flowers are yellow and the others
are blue.
All of these flowers are yellow.
One of these ducks has a white head and the
other has a green head.
All of these ducks have black heads.
Both people are pointing.
Neither person is pointing.
One person is pointing, but the other is not.
One of these animals is a bird, but the other
is not.

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None and Both; Demonstrative


Adjectives

01

This person is a woman.


This animal is a dog.
This person is a girl.
This animal is a horse.

02

This person is not a child.


This animal is not a horse.
This child is not a boy.
This animal is not a dog.

03

These people are men.


These people are women.
These animals are fish.
These animals are horses.

04

None of these people are women.


None of these people are men.
None of these animals are horses.
None of these animals are fish.

05

All of these children are boys.


None of these children are boys.
All of these animals are cows.
None of these animals are cows.

06

None of these children are girls.


All of these children are girls.
None of these animals are fish.
All of these animals are fish.

07

These two people are drinking milk.


These two people are pointing to the milk.
One of these people is pointing to the other
person.
These two people are riding horses.

08

Both of these people are drinking milk.


Both of these people are pointing to the milk.
Only one of these people is pointing.
Both of these people are riding horses.

09

Neither of these people is drinking milk.


One of these people is drinking milk.
Both people are drinking milk.
One person is drinking orange juice.

10

The woman is drinking milk, but the girl is not.


The girl is drinking milk, but the woman is not.
The woman and girl are both drinking milk.
Someone is drinking, but he is not drinking milk.

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Shapes and Locations; Prepositions;


All, Most

7-08

Left and Right, Full and Empty

01

a green circle
a green rectangle
a blue square
a blue rectangle

01

The man is pointing with his right hand.


The man is pointing with his left hand.
The boy is kicking with his right foot.
The boy is kicking with his left foot.

02

The circle is in front of the rectangle.


The square is in front of the triangle.
The circle is behind the rectangle.
The square is behind the triangle.

02

The man has candy in his left hand.


The man has candy in his right hand.
The glass on the left has milk in it.
The glass on the right has milk in it.

03

The boy is behind the tree.


The boy is in front of the tree.
The water is behind the milk.
The water is in front of the milk.

03

The mans left hand is full of candy.


The mans right hand is full of candy.
The glass on the left is full of milk.
The glass on the right is full of milk.

04

A circle is round.
A ball is round.
A square is not round.
This building is not round.

04

05

This window is round.


This window is square.
This clock is round.
This clock is square.

The mans left hand is full of candy, but his right


hand is empty.
The mans right hand is full of candy, but his left
hand is empty.
The glass on the left is full of milk, but the glass
on the right is empty.
The glass on the right is full of milk, but the
glass on the left is empty.

05
06

There is a circle around this rectangle.


There is a square around this rectangle.
There are yellow flowers around the blue
flowers.
The chairs are around the table.

The glass is empty.


The glass is full of milk.
The glass is full of water.
The glass is full of orange juice.

06

The glass on the left is full of milk and the glass


on the right is full of water.
The glass on the right is full of milk and the
glass on the left is full of milk.
The glass on the left is full of water, but the glass
on the right is empty.
The glass on the right is full of water, but the
glass on the left is empty.

07

On which side of the doors is the man? He is on


the left side.
On which side of the doors is the man? He is on
the right side.
On which side of the number is the man? He is
on the right side.
On which side of the number is the man? He is
on the left side.

08

The tree on the right has many white flowers.


The tree on the left has many white flowers.
There are many people on the left, but only a
few on the right.
There are many people on the right, but only a
few on the left.

07

Most of the squares are beside the circle.


The circle is above most of the squares.
Most of the triangles are above the rectangle.
Most of the triangles are inside the rectangle.

08

Most of the circles are around the rectangle, but


not all of them.
All of the circles are around the rectangle.
Most of the circles are in front of the rectangle,
but not all of them.
All of the circles are in front of the rectangle.

09

All of the people are wearing yellow hats.


Most of the people are wearing yellow hats.
All of the people are wearing white.
Most of the people are wearing white.

10

The circle is in front of the square.


The circle is behind the square.
The circle is above the square.
The circle is below the square.

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Is the woman writing with her right hand?


Yes, she is.
Is the woman writing with her left hand?
Yes, she is.
Which woman is pointing with her right hand?
The one on the left.
Which woman is pointing with her left hand?
The one on the right.
Someone is walking in front of the doors on
the right.
Someone is walking in front of the doors on
the left.
Someone is walking in front of the doors on the
left and someone is walking in front of the
doors on the right.
Someone is walking in front of the doors in the
middle.

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Prepositions: Above and Below, etc.

01

The bridge is above the road.


The woman is holding a ball above her head.
A statue of a lion is above the man.
Above the door is written the number three
hundred and three.

02

The road is below the bridge.


The woman is below the ball.
The man is below a statue of a lion.
The door is below the number three hundred
and three.

03

The young man is reaching for a hat that is


above his head.
The young man is holding a hat below his head.
We see the train below.
We see the train above.

04

The airplane is flying above the clouds.


The airplane is flying below the clouds.
The airplane is flying in front of the
snow-covered mountain.
The airplane is flying in front of the setting sun.

05

Most of the people are sitting down, but one is


standing.
Most of the people are standing, but one is
sitting down.
Most of the people are going up, but a few are
coming down.
Most of the people are coming down. Only a few
are going up.

06

Most of the cows are lying down, but a few are


standing.
Most of the cows are standing, but a few are
lying down.
Most of these people are children, but a few are
adults.
Most of the chairs are taken. Only a few are
empty.

07

Many people are coming down, but only a few


are going up.
Only a few people are coming down, but many
are going up.
There are many balloons in the sky.
There are only a few balloons in the sky.

08

Many people are sitting on chairs.


Only two people are sitting on chairs.
Only one person is sitting in a chair.
Nobody is sitting in a chair.

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More Verbs

09

Many people are riding bicycles.


Only a few people are riding bicycles.
Only one person is riding a bicycle.
Nobody is riding a bicycle.

01

The boy is going to jump.


The boy is jumping.
The boy has jumped.
The boy is swimming.

10

Only one of these telephones is red.


Only one of these telephones is being used.
Most of these guns are leaning against a wall.
None of these guns are leaning against a wall.

02

The boy is going to jump over the sticks.


The boy is jumping over the sticks.
The boy has jumped over the sticks.
The boy is swimming underwater.

03

The children are climbing up the tree.


The children are sliding down.
The workman is climbing up the ladder.
The boy is climbing a mountain.

04

They are looking up.


They are looking down.
He is looking through the window.
He is looking at the window.

05

The cowboy is trying to ride the bull.


The cowboy cannot ride the bull.
The boy is trying to jump over the horse jump.
The boy fell.

06

The dog has a frisbee in its mouth.


The dog has a hat in its mouth.
The dogs mouth is open and empty.
The dogs mouth is closed and empty.

07

The dog is trying to catch the frisbee.


The dog has caught the frisbee.
The cowboy is trying to catch the calf.
The cowboy has caught the calf.

08

The man is using a rope.


The woman is using a camera.
The man is using a pen.
The people are using a boat.

09

He is using a rope to climb the mountain.


She is using a camera to take a picture.
He is using a pen to write.
They are using a boat to cross the water.

10

The cowboy is using a rope to catch the calf.


The cowboy is using a rope to tie up the calf.
The cowboy is catching the calf without using
a rope.
The cowboy is lifting the calf.

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Verb Conjugation

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01

I am jumping.
I am drinking milk.
I am falling.
I am cutting the paper.

01

02

I am jumping.
I have jumped.
I am drinking milk.
I have drunk milk.

02

03

I am falling.
I have fallen.
I am cutting the paper.
I have cut the paper.

03

04

I am going to jump.
I am going to drink milk.
I am going to fall.
I am going to cut the paper.

04

05

I am going to jump into the water.


I am jumping into the water.
I have jumped into the water.
We are jumping into the water.

06

07

08

09

10

05

We are not going to jump. He is going to jump.


We are not jumping. He is jumping.
We have not jumped. He has jumped.
We are all jumping together.

06

I am going to jump. They are not going to jump.


I am jumping. They are not jumping.
I have jumped. They have not jumped.
We are all jumping together.

07

I am going to fall.
I am falling.
I have fallen.
I am going to jump.

08

I am going to drink the milk.


I am drinking the milk.
I have drunk the milk.
I am going to eat the bread.

09

I am going to eat the bread.


I am eating the bread.
I have eaten some of the bread.
I am wearing a hat.

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The girl is getting into the boat.


The boy is getting out of the water.
The boy has gotten out of the water.
The boy is going to get out of the water.
Horses carry people, but this horse is not
carrying anyone.
This horse is carrying someone.
Airplanes fly, but this airplane is not flying.
Airplanes fly and this airplane is flying.
The bikers are moving fast.
The bikers are moving slowly.
The airplane is moving fast.
The airplane is moving slowly.
It is wintertime. Snow is on the trees.
It is summer. The trees are green.
It is summertime. The people are in the
swimming pool.
It is fall. The trees are yellow and the leaves are
on the ground.
Some of these flowers are yellow and the others
are blue.
All of these flowers are yellow.
One of these ducks has a white head and the
other has a green head.
All of these ducks have black heads.
Neither of these people is drinking milk.
One of these people is drinking milk.
Both people are drinking milk.
One person is drinking orange juice.
The boy is behind the tree.
The boy is in front of the tree.
The water is behind the milk.
The water is in front of the milk.
The airplane is flying above the clouds.
The airplane is flying below the clouds.
The airplane is flying in front of the
snow-covered mountain.
The airplane is flying in front of the setting sun.
The cowboy is using a rope to catch the calf.
The cowboy is using a rope to tie up the calf.
The cowboy is catching the calf without using
a rope.
The cowboy is lifting the calf.
We are not going to jump. He is going to jump.
We are not jumping. He is jumping.
We have not jumped. He has jumped.
We are all jumping together.

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Ordinal Numbers

01

The first number is two.


The first number is one.
The first number is four.
The first number is nine.

02

The second number is nine.


The second number is eight.
The second number is five.
The second number is six.

03

The third number is three.


The fourth number is seven.
The fourth number is nine.
The third number is zero.

04

The last number is nine.


The last number is three.
The last number is one.
The last number is seven.

05

The first number is zero.


The second number is zero.
The third number is zero and the fourth number
is not zero.
The third number is zero and the fourth number
is zero.

06

The last two numbers are three.


The first two numbers are two.
The last two numbers are zero.
The last three numbers are one.

07

The second number and the fourth number


are three.
The first number and the last number are three.
The third number and the last number are one.
The first number and the last number are one.

08

The first two numbers are two and the last


number is six.
The first two numbers are two and the last
number is eight.
The first number is two, the second number is
five, the third number is zero, and the last
number is nine.
The first number is two, the second number is
five, the third number is zero, and the last
number is seven.

09

The second person and the last person are sitting.


The second person and the third person are
sitting.
The first person and the fourth person are sitting.
The first person and the second person are
sitting.

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The first person and the third person are


standing.
The first person and the last person are standing.
The second person and the third person are
standing.
The third person and the fourth person are
standing.

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Am and Am Not: More Present


Conditions

8-03

01

I am riding a horse.
I am not riding a horse anymore.
We are riding bicycles.
We are not riding anymore.

01

02

We are running.
We are not running anymore.
We are singing.
We are not singing anymore.

02

03

We are singing.
We are not singing anymore.
I am dressing.
I am not dressing anymore.

03

04

I am eating.
I am talking on the phone.
I am the woman who is neither talking on the
phone nor eating.
I am a man who is neither talking on the phone
nor eating.

04

05

I am singing and playing the piano.


I am neither singing nor playing the piano.
We are playing drums and smiling.
We are neither playing drums nor smiling.

06

We are both singing.


Neither of us is singing.
Only one of us is singing.
All six of us are singing.

07

I am standing on the sidewalk.


I am not standing on the sidewalk anymore.
We are carrying umbrellas.
None of us are standing.

05

06

07

08

All four of us are walking.


There are four of us. None of us is walking.
All three of us are walking.
There are three of us. None of us is walking.

09

Both of us are singing.


We are kissing.
Neither of us is kissing and neither of us is
singing.
I am standing. None of my friends are.

10

Both the man and I are carrying umbrellas.


Neither I nor the man is carrying an umbrella.
Both my son and I are wearing hats.
My son and I are not wearing hats.

08

09

10

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Looks Like, Almost All, One, Others,


Most, All; Demonstrative Pronouns

This is a square.
This looks like a square, but it is not.
This is a triangle.
This looks like a triangle, but it is not.
These people are women.
These people look like women, but they are
not. They are mannequins.
These people are astronauts.
These people look like astronauts, but they are not.
All these shapes are circles.
All these shapes are triangles.
Three of these shapes are circles and one is a
triangle.
Two of these shapes are red and two are blue.
The black circle is in the upper right.
The black circle is in the upper left.
The black triangle is in the lower right.
The black triangle is in the lower left.
Several of the circles are black.
Almost all the circles are yellow, but one is
black.
Several triangles are black.
Almost all the triangles are yellow, but one is
black.
Almost all the circles are yellow.
Almost all the circles are black.
All the triangles are yellow.
Almost all the triangles are yellow.
Almost all the circles are black.
Almost all the circles are yellow.
One circle is blue, and the others are red.
Only one circle is red.
Almost all the circles are yellow and two are
blue.
One circle is black and the others are yellow.
Most of the circles are black and one is green.
Most of the circles are red, and some are green.
The blue circles are big and the red ones are
small.
The red circles are big and the blue ones are
small.
The triangles are on top of the circles.
The circles are in front of the triangles.
Most of the black squares are big, and all the
white ones are small.
All of the black squares are big, and most of the
white ones are small.
Some of the big triangles are green, and all the
small triangles are gray.
All of the big triangles are green, and some of
the small triangles are gray.

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Space and Geography, Countries

8-05

Streets and Sidewalks

01

Saturn
Africa
a woman
China

01

The cars are driving on the street.


The cars are parked on the street.
People are standing on the sidewalk.
People are walking on the sidewalk.

02

This planet is called Saturn.


This person is a woman.
This country is called China.
This continent is called Africa.

02

The car is on the street.


The car is on the highway.
The bridge crosses the highway.
The bridge crosses the water.

03

a planet
a person
a country
a continent

03

Two bridges cross over the road.


There is a car on the road that goes between the
trees.
The road goes toward the house.
The road goes toward the mountain.

04

This planet is Saturn.


This person is a girl.
The country colored red is the United Kingdom.
This continent is North America.

04

The people are crossing the railroad track.


The people are standing beside the railroad track.
The man is crossing the street.
The man is standing in the street.

This continent is Asia.


This continent is Africa.
This continent is South America.
This continent is Europe.

05

Brazil is the country colored red on this map.


Argentina is the country colored red on this map.
Chile is the country colored red on this map.
Venezuela is the country colored red on this map.

Which people are riding on the sidewalk?


Which people are riding on the road?
Some people are riding. They are not riding on
the sidewalk and they are not riding on the road.
Which people are on the sidewalk and not riding
at all?

06

The United States is colored red on this map.


Canada is colored red on this map.
Mexico is colored red on this map.
Japan is colored red on this map.

The birds are crossing the sidewalk.


The sidewalk is empty.
The man is crossing the street on a bicycle.
The man is crossing the street in a wheelchair.

07

Nigeria is the country colored red on this map.


Egypt is the country colored red on this map.
Algeria is the country colored red on this map.
Tanzania is the country colored red on this map.

The birds are walking across the sidewalk.


He is running across the street.
He is riding his bicycle across the street.
He is going across the street in a wheelchair.

08

There is an alley between the two buildings.


The train track crosses over the street.
The bus is driving on the sidewalk.
The bus is driving over the bridge.

09

The man is sweeping the street with a broom.


The tractor is sweeping the road.
The man is digging in the hole in the street.
The machine is digging a hole in the street.

10

The road is full of people riding bicycles.


The street is full of people running.
The street is almost empty.
The sidewalk is full of people.

05

06

07

08

09

10

Germany is in Europe. It is colored red on this


map.
Italy is in Europe. It is colored red on this map.
India is in Asia. It is colored red on this map.
Vietnam is in Asia. It is colored red on this map.
China is the Asian country colored red on this
map.
Korea is the Asian country colored red on this
map.
Spain is the European country colored red on
this map.
Russia is colored red on this map. Russia is in
Europe and Asia.
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Pets and Clothes; Possessive


Adjectives and Pronouns

8-07

Comparative and Superlative


Adjectives

01

Someone is wearing a gray sweater.


Someone is wearing a blue shirt.
The girls are wearing black skirts.
The boy has a black dog.

01

The woman is older than the man.


The man is older than the woman.
The boy is taller than the girl.
The girl is taller than the boy.

02

Someones sweater is gray.


Someones shirt is blue.
The girls skirts are black.
The boys dog is black.

02

a young woman
an older woman, but not the oldest
the oldest woman
a young boy

03

This shirt belongs to the man.


This shirt does not belong to the man.
The drums belong to the man.
The dog belongs to the boy.

03

the oldest boy


a younger boy, but not the youngest
the youngest boy
He is older than all the boys. He is a man.

04

This hat belongs to the woman.


This hat does not belong to the woman.
This shirt does not belong to the boy.
This shirt belongs to a boy.

04

This airplane is flying the highest.


This airplane is flying low, near the ground.
This airplane is flying low, but it is not flying
the lowest.
This airplane is not flying. It is on the ground.

05

The dog belongs to the boy. It is the boys pet.


The dog belongs to the woman. It is the
womans pet.
The bear does not belong to anyone. It is not
a pet.
The cow belongs to a farmer, but it is not the
farmers pet.

05

Which dog has the darkest color?


Which dog has the shortest nose?
Which dog has the lightest color?
Which dog is going the fastest?

06

Which child looks the happiest?


Which child looks the most unhappy?
Which child is running the fastest?
Which child has the longest hair?

07

This dog has fewer spots than the other dog.


This dog has more spots than the other dog.
This leopard has more spots than either dog.
This tiger has stripes, but no spots.

08

The woman is petting her dog.


The girl is petting her dog.
The man is petting the cat.
The man is petting his dog.

This animal has the fewest number of spots.


This animal is more spotted, but not the most
spotted.
This is the most spotted animal of all.
This animal is striped rather than spotted.

09

The mans umbrella is black.


The mens umbrellas are black.
The womans dress is blue.
The womens dresses are blue.

It is dangerous to jump off a horse onto a calf.


Soldiers fight and that is dangerous.
Riding a horse is not very dangerous.
Sitting on a chair at home is not dangerous at all.

10

Who is flying the highest?


Who is running the fastest?
Who is getting the wettest?
Who is getting the coldest?

06

07

08

09

10

This animal is a big pet.


This animal is a little pet.
This animal is not a pet, but it is a real, live
animal.
This animal is not real.
a womans hat
a mans hat
This jacket belongs to the boy.
This jacket does not belong to the boy.

the boys dog


the boys father
the girls father
the girls mother

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Near and Far; Comparative Forms


of Adjectives

8-09

Locations; Prepositions

01

The airplane is on the ground.


The airplane is near the ground.
The airplane is far from the ground.
The ship is in the water.

01

a bank
a restaurant
an airport
a playground

02

The runners are standing close together.


The runners are standing far apart.
The airplanes are flying close together.
The airplanes are flying far apart.

02

The library is beside the bank.


The church is beside the bank.
The hospital is beside the playground.
The gas station is beside the playground.

03

The sheep are close together.


The sheep is alone.
The cows are close together.
The cows are far apart.

03

04

The people are walking close to each other.


The people are walking apart from each other.
The people are sitting close to each other.
The people are sitting apart from each other.

The synagogue is across the street from the


restaurant.
The shoe store is across the street from the
restaurant.
The pharmacy is across the street from the gas
station.
The supermarket is across the street from the gas
station.

04
05

The boy in white is close to the boy in blue.


The boy in white is not close to the boy in blue.
The kite is close to the man.
The kite is far away from the man.

The hotel is beside the hospital.


The hotel is across the street from the hospital.
The playground is beside the hospital.
The playground is across the street from the
hospital.

06

The fire is close.


The fire is far away.
The horse is close.
The horse is far away.

05

07

The castle is near the houses.


The fort is far away from all houses.
The man is near water.
The man is far from water.

The bakery is around the corner from the bank.


The movie theater is around the corner from
the bank.
The bakery is a block down the street from
the bank.
The movie theater is a block down the street
from the bank.

06

The subway stop is across the street from


the bank.
The subway stop is beside the bank.
The subway stop is around the corner from
the bank.
The subway stop is a block down the street from
the bank.

07

The church is around the corner from the


playground.
The synagogue is beside the playground.
The mosque is across the street from the
playground.
The Hindu temple is down the street from the
playground.

08

The bakery is beside the bank.


The prison is beside the bank.
The police station is around the corner from
the bank.
The police station is beside the bank.

08

In this picture there are two cowboys who are


close together.
In this picture there are two cowboys who are
far apart.
a face that is near
a face that is far away

09

The car is closer than the man.


The man is closer than the car.
The red car is closer than the yellow car.
The red car is farther away than the yellow car.

10

The man is farther away than the car.


The car is farther away than the man.
The yellow car is farther away than the red car.
The yellow car is closer than the red car.

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09

The factory is beside the train station.


The university is beside the playground.
The restaurant is beside the train station.
The hospital is beside the playground.

10

The airport is beside the factory.


The bakery is across the street from the hotel.
The bakery is across the street from the movie
theater.
The university is across the street from the hotel.

8-10

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Directions: How Do I Get To

01

How do I get to the train station?


Go to the bank and turn right. Go one block.
How do I get to the train station?
Go to the bank and turn left. Go one block.
How do I get to the train station?
Go to the library and turn left. Go two blocks.
How do I get to the train station?
Go to the library and turn right. Go one block.

02

How do I get to the police station?


Go to the church and turn right. Go four blocks.
There is the police station.
How do I get to the police station?
Go to the church and turn left. Go four blocks.
There is the police station.
How do I get to the police station?
Go to the church and turn right. Go two blocks.
There is the police station.
How do I get to the police station?
Go to the church and turn left. Go two blocks.
There is the police station.

03

How do I get to the hospital?


Go two blocks to a restaurant. Turn right and go
three blocks. There is the hospital.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go four blocks to a restaurant. Turn right and go
a block. There is the hospital.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go three blocks to a restaurant. Turn left and go
three blocks. There is the hospital.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go four blocks to a restaurant. Turn left and go a
block. There is the hospital.

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04

How do I get to the subway stop?


Go two blocks to the bakery. Turn left and go
two blocks. The subway stop is there on your
left.
How do I get to the subway stop?
Go two blocks to the bakery. Turn left and go
two blocks. The subway stop is there on your
right.
How do I get to the subway stop?
Go three blocks to the hotel. Turn right and go
two blocks. The subway stop is there on your
right.
How do I get to the subway stop?
Go three blocks to the hotel. Turn right and go
two blocks. The subway stop is there on your
left.

07

How do I get to the university?


Go down the street past the church on your left.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the church on your right.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the hospital on your left.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the hospital on your
right. Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.

05

How do I get to the playground?


Go two blocks to the mosque and turn left. Go
three blocks. The playground is there on your
right.
How do I get to the playground?
Go three blocks to the mosque and turn left. Go
two blocks. The playground is there on your
right.
How do I get to the playground?
Go straight ahead four blocks. There on your left
is the playground.
How do I get to the playground?
Go straight ahead four blocks. There on your
right is the playground.

08

06

How do I get to the train station?


Go down the street past the school. When you
get to the police station, turn right. Go two
blocks and there is the train station.
How do I get to the train station?
Go down the street past the school. When you
get to the police station, turn left. Go two
blocks and there is the train station.
How do I get to the train station?
Go down the street past the hospital. When you
get to the police station, turn right. Go two
blocks and there is the train station.
How do I get to the train station?
Go down the street past the hospital. When you
get to the police station, turn left. Go two
blocks and there is the train station.

How do I get to the church?


Go down the street past the library to the school.
Turn right and go two blocks and there is the
church.
How do I get to the church?
Go down the street past the playground to the
shoe store. Turn right and go two blocks and
there is the church.
How do I get to the church?
Go down the street past the school to the library.
Turn right and go two blocks and there is the
church.
How do I get to the church?
Go down the street past the shoe store to the
playground. Turn right and go two blocks and
there is the church.

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Continued

How can I get to the gas station?


The street to the gas station is closed off. Turn
around, go back and turn right. Go a block and
turn right. Go four blocks and take a right. Go
one block and take a right and there is the gas
station.
How can I get to the gas station?
The street to the gas station is closed off. Turn
around, go back and turn left. Go a block and
turn left. Go four blocks and take a left. Go one
block and take a left and there on your right is
the gas station.
How can I get to the gas station?
The street to the gas station is closed off. Turn
around, go back and turn right. Go a block and
turn right. Go four blocks and take a right. Go
one block and take a left and there is the gas
station.
How can I get to the gas station?
The street to the gas station is closed off. Turn
around, go back and turn left. Go a block and
turn left. Go four blocks and take a left. Go one
block and take a left and there on your left is
the gas station.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go down the street until it forks. Take a right.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go down the street until it forks. Take a left.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go down the street until it ends. Turn left. Go
four blocks and there on your left is the
hospital.
How do I get to the hospital?
Go down the street until it ends. Turn right. Go
four blocks and there on your right is the
hospital.

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Activities; More Verbs

01

We are in a bike race.


We were in a bike race.
I have a hat on my head.
I had a hat on my head.

02

I am reading.
I was reading.
I am fishing.
I was fishing.

03

I am jumping rope. The boys are holding the


rope.
We were jumping rope.
I am drinking.
I was drinking.

04

My sons and I are digging.


My sons and I were digging.
I am climbing the ladder.
I have climbed the ladder.

05

I am wearing a shirt that is too small.


I was wearing a shirt that was too small.
I am wearing my own shirt.
I am wearing the shirt my father was wearing.

06

I am playing the guitar.


I was playing the guitar.
I am holding the guitar.
I was holding the guitar, but now the boy has it.

07

I am going to pick up the cat.


I am picking up the cat.
I have picked up the cat and I am holding it in
my arms.
I am reading the newspaper.

08

I am going to put on the dress.


I am putting on the dress.
I have put on the dress.
I am putting on a shirt.

09

I am going to pour water on my head.


I am pouring water on my head.
I am going to read the book.
I am reading the book.

10

We are going to run.


We are running.
We have run.
I am running.

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Unit Eight Review

01

The second number and the fourth number


are three.
The first number and the last number are three.
The third number and the last number are one.
The first number and the last number are one.

02

I am singing and playing the piano.


I am neither singing nor playing the piano.
We are playing drums and smiling.
We are neither playing drums nor smiling.

03

Most of the black squares are big, and all the


white ones are small.
All of the black squares are big, and most of the
white ones are small.
Some of the big triangles are green, and all the
small triangles are gray.
All of the big triangles are green, and some of
the small triangles are gray.

04

China is the Asian country colored red on


this map.
Korea is the Asian country colored red on
this map.
Spain is the European country colored red on
this map.
Russia is colored red on this map. Russia is in
Europe and Asia.

05

Two bridges cross over the road.


There is a car on the road that goes between the
trees.
The road goes toward the house.
The road goes toward the mountain.

06

The dog belongs to the boy. It is the boys pet.


The dog belongs to the woman. It is the
womans pet.
The bear does not belong to anyone. It is not
a pet.
The cow belongs to a farmer, but it is not the
farmers pet.

07

This airplane is flying the highest.


This airplane is flying low, near the ground.
This airplane is flying low, but it is not flying the
lowest.
This airplane is not flying. It is on the ground.

08

The people are walking close to each other.


The people are walking apart from each other.
The people are sitting close to each other.
The people are sitting apart from each other.

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09

How do I get to the university?


Go down the street past the church on your left.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the church on your right.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the hospital on your left.
Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.
How do I get to the university?
Go down the street past the hospital on your
right. Go to the gas station and turn left. Go two
blocks and there on your right is the university.

10

I am wearing a shirt that is too small.


I was wearing a shirt that was too small.
I am wearing my own shirt.
I am wearing the shirt my father was wearing.

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ALPHABET

English I (US) Front Matter

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Alphabet
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z

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INDEX

English I (US) Front Matter

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Index
In this index, each word is followed by the Unit and Lesson in which
it occurs. The number of times that the word appears in the lesson is
enclosed in parentheses.
En este ndice, cada palabra est seguida por la Parte y la Leccin en
que aparece. El nmero de veces que aparece la palabra en cada
leccin est entre parntesis.
Dans cet index, chaque mot est suivi de la Partie et de la Leon
correspondantes. Le nombre de fois o le mot apparat dans chaque
leon est indiqu entre parenthses.
In diesem Index steht nach jedem Wort der Teil mit der Lektion, in der
das Wort vorkommt. In Klammern wird angegeben, wie oft ein Wort
in einer Lektion auftritt.
In deze index staan achter ieder woord de Hoofdstukken en Lessen
vermeld, waarin het woord voorkomt. Het aantal keren dat het woord
in een les voorkomt, staat tussen haakjes.

English I (US) Index

a
about
above
accident
across
adult
adults
adults
adults
afraid
Africa
after
afternoon
against
ahead
airplane

airplanes
airport
Algeria
all

alley
almost
alone
am

amount
an
and
animal

animals
another
antique
any

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1-01 (59), 1-03 (6), 1-05 (16), 1-06


(2), 1-07 (2), 1-08 (8), 1-09 (24)
4-04 (4)
2-08 (1), 7-07 (3), 7-09 (7), 7-12 (1)
4-09 (3)
7-03 (1), 8-05 (4), 8-09 (11)
2-02 (7), 2-11 (1)
5-02 (1)
2-02 (5), 7-09 (1)
5-02 (1)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (3)
8-04 (3)
1-02 (2), 3-10 (1)
3-10 (1)
6-10 (2), 7-09 (2)
8-10 (2)
1-01 (9), 1-02 (1), 1-03 (2), 1-07 (2),
1-10 (1), 1-11 (2), 2-06 (5), 2-07 (1),
2-08 (2), 4-04 (2), 4-05 (2), 4-08 (6),
6-01 (2), 7-02 (2), 7-03 (2), 7-04 (1),
7-09 (4), 7-12 (8), 8-07 (4), 8-08 (3),
8-12 (4)
7-02 (3), 7-12 (2), 8-08 (2)
8-09 (2)
8-04 (1)
4-04 (1), 6-05 (3), 6-12 (1), 7-02 (1),
7-03 (1), 7-05 (6), 7-06 (4), 7-07 (6),
7-11 (2), 7-12 (3), 8-02 (3), 8-03 (15),
8-05 (1), 8-07 (3), 8-08 (1), 8-12 (4)
8-05 (1)
3-10 (4), 8-03 (8), 8-05 (1)
6-10 (10), 6-12 (2), 8-08 (1)
5-11 (27), 5-12 (2), 6-07 (6), 6-11
(39), 6-12 (4), 7-11 (25), 8-02 (13),
8-11 (22), 8-12 (5)
5-09 (2)
1-01 (10), 1-03 (6), 1-05 (2), 1-11
(2), 2-02 (14), 2-09 (3), 2-11 (3)
1-01 (11), 1-02 (2), 1-04 (7), 1-06
(2), 1-08 (3), 1-09 (14), 1-10 (1)
2-02 (12), 2-03 (2), 2-11 (2), 5-07
(6), 5-12 (1), 7-02 (4), 7-03 (4), 7-05
(1), 7-06 (4), 8-06 (5), 8-07 (4)
2-02 (2), 5-07 (5), 5-09 (2), 5-12 (1),
7-05 (3), 7-06 (8)
3-03 (1), 6-10 (1)
4-09 (1)
4-08 (1)

anybody
anymore
anyone
anything
apart
apples
are
arent
Argentina
arm
arms
around
as
Asia
Asian
asleep
astronauts
at

awake
away
babies
baby
back
bag
bags
baker
bakery
baking
bald
ball

balloon
balloons
balls
banana
bananas
61

4-08 (4)
6-05 (8), 6-06 (1), 8-02 (7)
6-08 (1), 7-02 (1), 7-12 (1), 8-06 (1),
8-12 (1)
3-03 (1), 4-08 (2), 6-08 (1)
4-02 (10), 4-11 (4), 8-08 (6), 8-12 (2)
1-08 (4), 1-11 (1), 3-02 (2), 5-07 (2),
5-09 (4), 6-04 (3), 7-05 (1)
1-02 (7), 1-05 (8), 1-06 (5), 1-07
(12), 1-08 (3), 1-09 (8), 1-10 (11)
7-02 (1)
8-04 (1)
3-09 (2)
2-09 (3), 3-09 (7), 4-02 (3), 5-10 (1),
6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-11 (1)
2-08 (2), 5-03 (1), 7-07 (6), 8-09 (5),
8-10 (4)
3-02 (6), 3-11 (2), 5-08 (2), 5-09 (1)
8-04 (4), 8-12 (1)
8-04 (2), 8-12 (2)
4-05 (2), 4-11 (2)
7-02 (1), 7-03 (1), 8-03 (2)
3-04 (1), 4-04 (1), 4-08 (2), 5-10 (1),
6-02 (1), 6-03 (1), 6-06 (2), 6-07 (3),
6-11 (1), 6-12 (2), 7-03 (1), 7-04 (4),
7-10 (1), 8-05 (1), 8-07 (2)
4-05 (2), 4-11 (2)
6-10 (2), 8-08 (9)
1-05 (1)
1-05 (1), 2-07 (1), 4-05 (4), 4-11 (2)
5-03 (1), 8-10 (4)
6-02 (2), 6-04 (10), 6-12 (3)
1-08 (1), 1-11 (1), 6-04 (1)
3-08 (1), 3-11 (1)
8-09 (5), 8-10 (2)
3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
3-01 (1), 5-11 (1), 6-03 (3)
1-01 (3), 2-01 (10), 2-03 (4), 2-05
(7), 2-08 (1), 3-05 (1), 4-08 (4),
5-03 (1), 6-02 (3), 6-08 (5), 7-07 (1),
7-09 (2)
6-07 (4)
3-02 (2), 5-09 (3), 6-09 (2), 7-09 (2)
1-06 (1), 1-08 (1), 2-05 (4), 2-07 (2),
3-05 (3)
6-04 (1), 6-09 (1)
1-08 (2), 1-10 (1), 1-11 (1), 2-08 (1),
3-02 (5), 5-07 (2), 6-04 (1), 6-09 (3)

English I (US) Index

bank
basket
baskets
bass
bathing
be
bear
beard
beautiful
because
bed
been
behind
being
belong
belongs
below
bench
bent
beside
between
bicycle

bicycles
big

bigger
biggest
bike

biker
bikers
bird

birds
black

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3-08 (2), 6-11 (2), 8-09 (15), 8-10 (2)


1-08 (2), 1-11 (2), 2-08 (1)
6-04 (1)
5-08 (1)
1-09 (2)
4-01 (1), 5-10 (1), 7-01 (1)
3-06 (1), 3-09 (1), 8-06 (1), 8-12 (1)
6-03 (14)
3-07 (1)
4-04 (4), 4-11 (4), 5-10 (2)
5-08 (2)
7-01 (1)
2-08 (4), 4-08 (2), 4-09 (1), 4-11 (1),
5-06 (2), 7-04 (2), 7-07 (5), 7-12 (2)
6-08 (3), 7-09 (1)
8-06 (6), 8-12 (1)
8-06 (8), 8-12 (3)
7-07 (1), 7-09 (7), 7-12 (1)
5-08 (1), 5-10 (1)
4-02 (2)
2-08 (7), 2-11 (2), 4-07 (4), 7-07 (1),
8-05 (1), 8-09 (16)
2-08 (4), 2-11 (2), 4-06 (1), 5-09 (1),
7-04 (2), 8-05 (2), 8-12 (1)
1-05 (2), 1-10 (1), 2-07 (4), 2-08 (7),
4-06 (1), 5-05 (1), 5-09 (2), 6-08 (2),
7-09 (2), 8-05 (2)
1-05 (2), 2-07 (1), 5-09 (2), 6-05 (1),
7-02 (1), 7-09 (2), 8-02 (1), 8-05 (1)
2-03 (25), 2-04 (3), 2-08 (1), 2-11
(2), 4-09 (3), 5-02 (1), 8-03 (6), 8-06
(1), 8-12 (4)
2-04 (6)
2-04 (4)
2-06 (2), 2-07 (1), 4-01 (3), 4-09 (2),
4-10 (5), 5-05 (2), 6-01 (4), 6-06 (2),
8-11 (2)
6-09 (1), 7-03 (1)
6-09 (1), 7-03 (2), 7-12 (2)
1-02 (2), 1-03 (1), 1-05 (1), 1-07 (1),
1-10 (1), 2-01 (1), 3-06 (4), 3-07 (2),
5-03 (4), 5-11 (2), 7-02 (2), 7-05 (1)
1-05 (1), 2-01 (3), 5-09 (1), 7-02 (2),
7-05 (1), 8-05 (2)
1-03 (3), 1-07 (4), 1-09 (8), 1-11 (3),
2-03 (1), 2-04 (1), 2-06 (8), 3-01 (6),
3-03 (3), 3-05 (4), 3-06 (1), 4-09 (2),
5-02 (1), 5-06 (1), 5-11 (1), 6-03 (2),

block
blocks
blond
blowing
blue

boat

boats
book
books
boots
both

bottle
bouquet
bouquets
bowl
bowls
box
boxes
boy

boys

62

6-05 (1), 7-03 (1), 7-05 (2), 7-12 (1),


8-03 (14), 8-06 (6), 8-12 (2)
8-09 (3), 8-10 (13)
8-10 (43), 8-12 (4)
3-01 (3), 5-02 (1), 6-03 (1)
5-10 (1)
1-03 (4), 1-06 (3), 1-07 (5), 1-09 (7),
1-10 (7), 1-11 (1), 2-03 (1), 2-04 (7),
2-11 (2), 3-03 (7), 3-05 (3), 4-04 (1),
4-08 (2), 5-06 (1), 5-11 (1), 6-01 (2),
6-11 (1), 7-01 (2), 7-02 (2), 7-05 (5),
7-07 (3), 7-12 (1), 8-03 (5), 8-06 (4),
8-08 (2)
1-01 (1), 1-10 (1), 2-03 (2), 2-08 (2),
2-11 (2), 4-09 (2), 4-11 (1), 7-01 (1),
7-10 (2), 7-12 (1)
4-09 (1)
4-04 (1), 4-06 (3), 6-06 (2), 6-08 (2),
6-12 (2), 7-01 (1), 8-11 (2)
6-10 (2)
6-04 (2)
1-09 (1), 1-10 (1), 2-05 (1), 2-11 (1),
5-09 (1), 6-05 (4), 6-12 (1), 7-01 (1),
7-05 (7), 7-06 (5), 7-12 (1), 8-02 (4)
6-04 (5)
6-04 (1), 6-09 (1)
6-04 (1)
2-08 (3)
2-08 (1)
2-03 (2), 2-11 (2), 4-10 (2), 6-01 (2)
1-08 (1), 1-11 (1), 5-05 (2), 6-04 (2)
1-01 (20), 1-02 (9), 1-05 (3), 1-07
(2), 1-08 (2), 1-09 (7), 1-10 (11), 111 (6), 2-01 (13), 2-02 (2), 2-06 (10),
2-07 (14), 2-08 (9), 2-10 (17), 2-11
(4), 3-02 (1), 3-03 (3), 3-04 (11),
3-07 (2), 3-11 (2), 4-01 (7), 4-04
(10), 4-05 (2), 4-06 (8), 4-07 (6),
4-08 (2), 4-10 (5), 4-11 (2), 5-02
(6), 5-03 (4), 5-05 (5), 5-10 (6), 5-12
(2), 6-01 (10), 6-02 (16), 6-03 (2),
6-05 (2), 6-06 (4), 6-07 (2), 6-08 (5),
7-01 (14), 7-03 (1), 7-06 (1), 7-07
(2), 7-08 (2), 7-10 (11), 7-12 (5),
8-06 (7), 8-07 (6), 8-08 (4), 8-11 (1),
8-12 (1)
4-02 (2), 5-02 (2), 5-10 (1), 6-01 (2),
8-06 (4), 8-12 (1)

English I (US) Index

boys

Brazil
bread

bridge
bridges
broom
brother
brothers
brown
brushing
bucking
building
buildings
bull
bunch
bunches
burning
bus
buses
bushes
but

by
calf
call
called
camel
camels
camera
can
cant
Canada
candle
candles
candy
cannot

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1-05 (2), 1-06 (1), 1-07 (2), 2-06 (2),


2-07 (4), 2-10 (1), 3-02 (5), 3-04 (2),
4-01 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-09 (3), 7-01 (2),
7-06 (2), 8-07 (1), 8-11 (1)
8-04 (1)
1-08 (5), 1-10 (5), 1-11 (2), 2-10 (4),
3-02 (4), 3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 5-06 (2),
5-07 (1), 6-04 (3), 6-11 (1), 7-02 (1),
7-11 (4)
4-09 (4), 7-04 (1), 7-09 (2), 8-05 (3)
8-05 (1), 8-12 (1)
8-05 (1)
4-07 (4), 4-11 (3)
4-07 (3)
1-09 (1), 3-01 (1), 3-05 (3)
2-09 (2), 3-05 (1), 4-06 (3), 4-11 (1)
5-02 (1)
3-04 (2), 3-05 (1), 3-11 (2), 4-05 (2),
7-04 (4), 7-07 (1)
6-10 (4), 8-05 (1)
1-02 (1), 2-01 (2), 7-03 (1), 7-10 (2)
6-09 (4)
6-04 (1), 6-09 (3)
5-06 (2)
4-09 (1), 6-05 (2), 8-05 (2)
3-02 (1), 4-09 (1)
5-07 (1), 6-10 (2)
2-07 (1), 5-03 (2), 5-12 (1), 6-03 (2),
6-06 (3), 6-10 (2), 7-02 (6), 7-03 (1),
7-05 (6), 7-06 (3), 7-07 (2), 7-08 (8),
7-09 (8), 7-12 (2), 8-03 (6), 8-06 (2),
8-07 (5), 8-11 (1), 8-12 (2)
5-01 (5), 5-03 (2), 6-08 (3), 6-10 (8),
7-01 (2)
7-10 (6), 7-12 (4), 8-07 (1)
7-04 (2)
8-04 (3)
3-06 (2), 5-03 (2)
7-02 (1)
7-10 (2)
4-01 (1), 4-04 (6), 4-11 (2), 5-09 (4),
8-10 (4)
4-04 (6), 4-11 (2)
8-04 (1)
5-06 (2)
5-09 (1), 6-09 (2)
2-08 (2), 5-09 (2), 7-08 (6)
7-10 (1)

cap
car

care
carpenter
carriage
carries
carrot
carry
carrying
cars
cart
castle
cat

catch
catching
cats
cattle
caught
chair
chairs
Charles
cheese
chess
child

childs
children

childrens
Chile
63

3-05 (1), 4-10 (2), 4-11 (2)


1-01 (5), 1-03 (17), 1-05 (1), 1-07
(25), 1-10 (10), 1-11 (6), 2-03 (4),
2-07 (2), 2-08 (4), 3-08 (2), 4-01 (2),
4-02 (2), 4-06 (1), 4-09 (15), 4-11
(3), 5-02 (2), 6-02 (4), 6-06 (1), 6-11
(2), 6-12 (2), 7-03 (2), 7-04 (1), 8-05
(3), 8-08 (12), 8-12 (1)
3-08 (2)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1), 6-12 (1)
4-05 (2), 4-06 (2), 6-02 (2)
7-02 (1)
1-08 (1), 1-10 (2)
7-02 (4), 7-12 (1)
4-06 (2), 4-08 (2), 5-05 (1), 6-05 (2),
6-06 (2), 7-02 (4), 7-12 (2), 8-02 (3)
1-05 (1), 1-11 (1), 3-02 (1), 4-09 (4),
7-04 (1), 8-05 (2)
5-05 (6)
6-10 (2), 8-08 (1)
1-01 (2), 1-03 (1), 1-07 (1), 2-02 (1),
2-11 (1), 3-04 (2), 3-05 (2), 3-06 (3),
3-11 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-05 (4), 4-08 (2),
4-11 (2), 5-02 (2), 6-08 (3), 6-12 (3),
8-06 (1), 8-11 (3)
5-03 (1), 7-10 (3), 7-12 (1)
2-01 (4), 7-01 (2), 7-10 (1), 7-12 (1)
3-09 (1), 5-07 (1)
5-07 (1)
5-03 (1), 7-10 (2)
4-07 (2), 5-08 (2), 6-08 (1), 7-09 (2),
8-07 (1)
2-07 (1), 2-08 (1), 3-02 (1), 5-08 (2),
5-09 (2), 6-10 (1), 7-07 (1), 7-09 (3)
6-07 (3)
1-08 (1), 1-10 (1)
4-04 (1), 6-09 (1), 6-12 (1)
1-05 (2), 1-10 (3), 2-02 (8), 2-09 (1),
2-10 (1), 2-11 (1), 4-07 (1), 5-05 (1),
5-10 (1), 7-05 (1), 7-06 (2), 8-07 (4)
5-02 (1)
1-05 (2), 1-06 (1), 1-10 (1), 2-02 (4),
2-05 (1), 2-07 (1), 2-08 (1), 3-04
(14), 4-01 (3), 4-06 (1), 4-07 (4),
5-03 (4), 5-08 (1), 5-10 (1), 6-01 (4),
7-05 (2), 7-06 (4), 7-09 (1), 7-10 (2)
5-02 (1), 5-08 (1)
8-04 (1)

English I (US) Index

chin
China
chips
choir
church
circle
circles
city
climb
climbed
climbing

clock
clocks
close
closed
closer
clothes
clothing
clouds
clown

clowns
coat
coins
cold
coldest
color
colored
combing
come
coming
continent
convertible
cook
cooking
corner
coughing
count
country
couple

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2-09 (1), 2-11 (1)


8-04 (3), 8-12 (1)
6-04 (1)
6-10 (1), 6-12 (1)
3-04 (2), 6-10 (1), 8-09 (2), 8-10
(14), 8-12 (2)
2-04 (22), 2-11 (6), 7-07 (11),
8-03 (5)
7-07 (4), 8-03 (15)
7-04 (1)
5-03 (1), 6-02 (1), 7-10 (1)
6-06 (1), 6-08 (1), 8-11 (1)
3-06 (1), 4-06 (5), 4-10 (2), 5-03 (1),
5-05 (1), 6-01 (1), 6-06 (1), 6-08 (1),
7-10 (3), 8-11 (1)
2-05 (2), 7-07 (2)
7-02 (1)
6-02 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-08 (12), 8-12 (2)
4-02 (10), 6-02 (1), 6-12 (1), 7-10
(1), 8-10 (4)
8-08 (4)
5-08 (1)
5-02 (2), 5-08 (6), 7-02 (4)
5-06 (1), 7-09 (2), 7-12 (2)
3-01 (4), 3-03 (2), 3-11 (2), 5-08 (2),
5-10 (3), 5-12 (4), 6-01 (2), 6-05 (2),
6-06 (2), 7-01 (2)
5-08 (1), 5-10 (3)
1-09 (2), 3-03 (2)
3-02 (2), 5-09 (1)
3-07 (3), 3-08 (1), 5-06 (10), 5-11
(4), 6-11 (1), 7-04 (3)
8-07 (1)
1-10 (2), 3-05 (4), 8-07 (2)
8-04 (21), 8-12 (4)
2-09 (2)
4-05 (1), 6-02 (2)
4-05 (8), 6-02 (2), 7-04 (1), 7-09 (4)
8-04 (7)
4-09 (1)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1)
3-08 (2)
8-09 (5)
5-10 (1)
5-09 (15)
8-04 (14), 8-12 (3)
4-05 (7), 5-09 (1), 6-03 (2), 6-09 (4),
6-10 (1), 6-12 (2)

couples
covered
covering
cow
cows
cowboy
cowboys
cows
cream
cross
crosses
crossing
crowd
crying
cup
curly
cut
cutting
dancers
dancing
dangerous
dark
darkest
daughter
day
daytime
deer
dentist
desert
desk
dice
digging
dining
dirt
dishes
diver
divided
do
doctor
does
dog

64

6-09 (1)
7-04 (1), 7-09 (1), 7-12 (1)
3-09 (1), 5-06 (2)
7-01 (1), 8-06 (1), 8-12 (1)
7-01 (1)
2-10 (2), 3-02 (3), 4-08 (1), 5-03 (1),
7-01 (1), 7-10 (8), 7-12 (4)
3-02 (2), 5-08 (1), 8-08 (2)
2-05 (1), 3-06 (5), 7-06 (2), 7-09 (2),
8-08 (2)
5-07 (1)
6-02 (1), 7-10 (1), 8-05 (1), 8-12 (1)
8-05 (3)
6-02 (1), 8-05 (5)
6-10 (4)
5-10 (2)
2-05 (1), 2-08 (1), 2-09 (2), 6-01 (2),
7-01 (1)
3-01 (5)
2-10 (3), 7-11 (2)
2-10 (2), 7-11 (2)
3-01 (2)
1-02 (3), 1-05 (2), 1-10 (2), 2-07 (4),
4-06 (2), 4-08 (1)
8-07 (4)
1-09 (2), 5-02 (1), 6-03 (8)
8-07 (1)
4-07 (3), 4-11 (1)
5-06 (2), 7-04 (2)
7-04 (2)
2-05 (1)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (1), 6-12 (1)
6-10 (1)
5-08 (1)
6-04 (1), 6-09 (2)
6-06 (2), 6-12 (2), 7-01 (1), 8-05 (2),
8-11 (2)
6-09 (1)
7-01 (2)
7-05 (1)
2-08 (1)
5-01 (5)
8-10 (36), 8-12 (4)
3-08 (3), 6-11 (3)
2-06 (1), 2-09 (1), 6-03 (3), 7-02 (1),
8-06 (5), 8-12 (1)
1-01 (5), 1-02 (1), 1-05 (1), 2-02 (4),
2-07 (1), 2-08 (2), 2-11 (3), 3-05 (2),

English I (US) Index

dogs
dogs
doing
doll
dolls
dont
done
donkey
door
doors
down

downhill
dragon
drawer
dress
dressed
dresser
dresses
dressing
drink
drinking

drive
driving
drummer
drums
drunk
duck
ducks
each

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3-06 (1), 3-07 (2), 4-01 (6), 4-06 (1),


5-02 (10), 5-03 (4), 5-05 (2), 5-07
(1), 6-01 (2), 6-06 (6), 6-12 (2), 7-01
(1), 7-02 (1), 7-06 (2), 7-10 (4), 8-06
(9), 8-07 (9), 8-12 (2)
7-10 (2)
1-05 (1), 4-01 (1), 5-02 (2), 5-07 (3),
7-02 (2)
1-10 (2), 4-01 (12), 4-11 (4)
6-09 (1)
6-09 (3)
7-02 (2)
5-03 (2)
2-08 (2)
4-02 (2), 7-09 (2)
7-08 (7)
2-01 (1), 3-04 (6), 3-06 (1), 3-11 (2),
4-01 (3), 4-04 (1), 4-05 (5), 4-08 (2),
4-09 (1), 4-10 (2), 5-03 (1), 5-10 (1),
6-02 (4), 6-07 (2), 6-09 (1), 6-10 (2),
7-01 (2), 7-04 (1), 7-09 (8), 7-10 (2),
8-09 (4), 8-10 (16), 8-12 (4)
7-03 (1)
3-06 (1)
5-03 (1)
1-09 (2), 1-11 (2), 3-03 (4), 5-08 (1),
6-08 (3), 8-06 (1), 8-11 (3)
5-08 (8), 5-12 (4), 6-03 (4), 6-12 (4)
5-08 (1)
1-09 (1), 1-11 (1), 3-03 (1), 7-02 (2),
8-06 (1)
6-05 (2), 8-02 (2)
2-10 (1), 5-06 (2), 7-11 (2)
1-08 (11), 1-10 (5), 2-01 (1), 2-06
(2), 2-10 (1), 4-01 (1), 4-04 (2), 4-06
(2), 4-11 (4), 5-05 (2), 5-11 (2), 6-06
(2), 7-01 (1), 7-06 (11), 7-11 (3),
7-12 (4), 8-11 (2)
4-06 (1), 6-06 (1)
4-06 (1), 4-09 (2), 4-11 (1), 6-06 (2),
8-05 (3)
5-08 (1)
5-08 (1), 6-05 (2), 8-02 (2), 8-06 (1),
8-12 (2)
2-10 (1), 7-11 (2)
5-07 (1)
5-07 (3), 7-02 (1), 7-05 (5), 7-12 (2)
2-08 (1), 6-10 (2), 8-08 (4), 8-12 (4)

ear
earring
eat
eaten
eating

egg
eggs
Egypt
eight

eighteen
eighty
eighty-five
eighty-seven
eighty-six
either
elbow
elbows
electric
elephant
elephants
elephants
eleven
embarrassed
empty
ends
enter
entering
equals
escalator
Europe
European
everybody
eye
eyes
face
factory
fall
fallen
falling
family
65

2-09 (3), 4-06 (1)


6-03 (2)
2-10 (2), 5-03 (1), 7-11 (2)
2-10 (1), 7-11 (1)
1-07 (4), 1-08 (6), 1-10 (8), 2-10 (1),
3-05 (2), 6-05 (3), 6-06 (2), 7-11 (1),
8-02 (3)
1-05 (1), 3-05 (4)
1-05 (1)
8-04 (1)
1-04 (3), 1-11 (1), 3-05 (1), 3-10 (5),
4-03 (1), 5-01 (6), 5-04 (6), 5-12 (2),
8-01 (2)
4-03 (1)
4-03 (1)
4-03 (1), 4-11 (1)
5-04 (3)
4-03 (1)
8-07 (1)
2-09 (1)
2-09 (1)
4-06 (2), 4-11 (2), 5-08 (2)
1-01 (1), 2-02 (1), 2-09 (1), 3-06 (1)
3-09 (1)
7-02 (1)
3-10 (1), 4-03 (1), 5-01 (2), 5-12 (1)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (2)
4-08 (1), 6-04 (6), 6-12 (2), 7-08 (7),
7-09 (1), 7-10 (2), 8-05 (2)
8-10 (2)
6-02 (1), 6-12 (1)
4-05 (1), 6-02 (1), 6-12 (1)
5-01 (22), 5-12 (2)
4-05 (4), 6-09 (1)
8-04 (4), 8-12 (1)
8-04 (1), 8-12 (1)
4-08 (7)
1-05 (1), 2-09 (2), 2-11 (1)
1-05 (1), 2-09 (1), 3-09 (1), 4-02 (8)
2-09 (3), 3-09 (1), 8-08 (2)
8-09 (2)
2-10 (1), 5-03 (1), 7-04 (4), 7-11 (2),
7-12 (1)
2-10 (3), 6-01 (1), 6-02 (1), 6-08 (1),
7-11 (2)
1-02 (5), 2-10 (4), 4-01 (8), 6-02 (1),
6-08 (1), 7-11 (3)
4-07 (7)

English I (US) Index

far
farmer
farmers
farther
fast
fastest
fat
father

feet
fell
fence
few
fewer
fewest
fifteen
fifty
fifty-four
fifty-nine
fifty-seven
fifty-two
fight
fingers
finishing
fire
first
fish

fishing
five

fixing
flags
flapping
floor
flower
flowers

flute

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8-08 (11)
8-06 (1), 8-12 (1)
8-06 (1), 8-12 (1)
8-08 (4)
7-03 (15), 7-12 (2)
8-07 (3)
3-01 (3), 3-08 (1)
4-01 (1), 4-07 (9), 5-02 (1), 6-06 (2),
6-10 (1), 6-12 (2), 7-01 (6), 8-06 (2),
8-11 (1), 8-12 (1)
2-09 (3), 4-02 (6), 4-11 (4), 6-07 (2)
7-10 (1)
2-07 (1), 2-08 (1), 4-06 (1)
3-02 (3), 5-09 (3), 6-09 (2), 7-08 (2),
7-09 (10)
3-02 (4), 5-09 (2), 8-07 (1)
8-07 (1)
1-06 (1), 3-10 (2), 4-03 (1), 5-01 (1)
4-03 (1)
5-04 (1)
5-04 (2)
5-04 (2)
4-03 (1), 5-04 (2)
8-07 (1)
1-06 (4), 3-05 (1), 3-09 (3), 4-02 (1)
5-10 (1)
5-06 (8), 8-08 (2)
8-01 (16), 8-12 (2)
1-02 (1), 1-03 (1), 1-07 (1), 2-02 (3),
2-03 (1), 2-08 (1), 3-06 (2), 4-01 (1),
6-04 (1), 7-06 (4)
6-06 (2), 8-11 (2)
1-04 (19), 1-06 (3), 1-11 (2), 2-08
(1), 3-05 (2), 3-09 (1), 3-10 (7), 4-02
(1), 4-03 (1), 5-01 (12), 5-04 (2),
5-09 (2), 5-12 (2), 8-01 (3)
3-08 (1), 5-05 (1)
6-09 (2)
5-03 (1), 7-02 (1)
3-09 (2)
1-05 (1), 3-05 (1), 3-11 (1), 4-06 (3),
5-07 (2), 6-09 (1), 7-05 (2)
1-05 (1), 3-04 (2), 3-05 (4), 3-09
(2), 3-11 (5), 4-06 (1), 5-06 (1),
5-07 (3), 5-09 (3), 6-04 (2), 6-09
(3), 6-10 (2), 7-05 (18), 7-07 (2),
7-08 (2), 7-12 (2)
5-08 (2)

flutes
fly
flying

folded
food

foot
for
forehead
forks
formal
fort
forty
forty-five
forty-nine
forty-six
forty-three
forty-two
four

fourteen
fourth
friend
friends
frisbee
from
front

fruit
full
funeral
furniture
gas
gave
Germany
get

66

5-08 (1)
7-01 (2), 7-02 (2), 7-12 (2)
1-02 (2), 1-05 (2), 1-10 (4), 2-01 (2),
2-06 (2), 3-06 (1), 5-03 (2), 7-01 (4),
7-02 (2), 7-09 (4), 7-12 (6), 8-07 (6),
8-08 (2), 8-12 (5)
5-10 (1)
1-08 (8), 1-10 (2), 1-11 (2), 2-09 (2),
5-05 (2), 5-06 (2), 5-07 (9), 5-09 (2),
5-12 (1), 6-08 (1)
3-09 (1), 6-11 (2), 7-08 (2)
4-06 (1), 5-08 (1), 7-09 (1)
5-10 (1)
8-10 (2)
5-08 (1)
6-10 (1), 8-08 (1)
4-03 (1)
3-10 (1), 3-11 (1), 5-04 (1)
5-04 (1)
4-03 (1)
5-04 (3), 5-12 (2)
4-03 (1)
1-04 (14), 1-06 (7), 1-11 (2), 2-09
(2), 3-04 (1), 3-05 (1), 3-06 (1), 3-09
(4), 3-10 (1), 4-02 (2), 4-03 (1), 4-07
(2), 5-01 (14), 5-04 (2), 5-09 (3),
5-12 (2), 6-05 (2), 6-07 (2), 7-02 (4),
8-01 (1), 8-02 (2), 8-10 (12)
4-03 (1)
8-01 (7), 8-12 (1)
6-10 (3), 6-12 (1)
4-10 (4), 6-05 (1), 6-10 (1), 8-02 (1)
5-03 (2), 6-01 (2), 6-06 (2), 7-10 (3)
5-05 (4), 6-10 (2), 7-01 (1), 8-08 (6),
8-09 (20), 8-12 (2)
2-07 (2), 2-08 (2), 4-09 (1), 6-07 (1),
7-04 (3), 7-07 (7), 7-08 (5), 7-09 (2),
7-12 (4), 8-03 (1)
1-08 (1), 5-07 (7)
3-07 (4), 5-11 (2), 6-01 (2), 6-04 (4),
6-12 (1), 7-08 (17), 8-05 (3)
5-10 (1)
5-08 (14), 6-09 (1)
8-09 (3), 8-10 (16), 8-12 (4)
5-05 (1)
8-04 (1)
6-02 (2), 7-01 (1), 7-12 (1), 8-10
(44), 8-12 (4)

English I (US) Index

getting

giraffe
girl

girls
girls

girls
give
given
giving
glass
glasses
gloves
go
goats
goes
going

gone
Gorbachev
gotten
grape
grapes
grass

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3-08 (1), 4-05 (6), 4-09 (2), 5-05 (1),


5-08 (2), 5-12 (2), 6-02 (2), 7-01 (2),
7-12 (2), 8-07 (2)
3-06 (1)
1-01 (7), 1-02 (2), 1-03 (1), 1-05 (2),
1-06 (2), 1-08 (3), 1-09 (6), 1-10 (3),
1-11 (1), 2-01 (8), 2-02 (5), 2-05 (4),
2-06 (7), 2-07 (4), 2-10 (6), 2-11 (1),
3-04 (4), 3-05 (1), 4-04 (1), 4-06 (9),
4-07 (6), 5-03 (4), 5-05 (6), 5-10 (1),
5-12 (1), 6-03 (2), 6-06 (1), 6-07 (2),
6-08 (3), 6-10 (8), 7-01 (4), 7-03 (2),
7-05 (1), 7-06 (4), 7-12 (1), 8-04 (1),
8-06 (1), 8-07 (2)
2-09 (2), 5-02 (2), 5-09 (3), 5-12 (2),
8-06 (2)
1-02 (5), 1-05 (2), 1-06 (1), 1-09 (3),
1-11 (5), 2-07 (5), 2-10 (4), 2-11 (4),
3-02 (4), 3-03 (1), 3-04 (3), 4-04 (1),
6-01 (2), 6-06 (1), 7-02 (1), 7-05 (2),
7-06 (2), 8-06 (1)
8-06 (1)
7-01 (2)
7-01 (1)
5-05 (9), 5-12 (4), 7-01 (1)
5-05 (4), 5-09 (6), 5-12 (4), 6-04 (2),
7-08 (20)
1-09 (2), 2-08 (2), 3-01 (4), 3-03 (2),
3-11 (6), 5-09 (1)
4-06 (1), 5-02 (2), 5-12 (2), 6-04 (1),
6-09 (2)
6-02 (1), 8-10 (88), 8-12 (12)
3-06 (1)
8-05 (3), 8-12 (3)
2-10 (10), 2-11 (2), 4-05 (13), 4-06
(1), 5-03 (10), 5-10 (1), 5-12 (1),
6-02 (19), 6-06 (1), 6-07 (1), 6-08
(8), 6-09 (1), 6-12 (3), 7-01 (4), 7-03
(6), 7-04 (1), 7-09 (4), 7-10 (2), 7-11
(14), 7-12 (3), 8-05 (1), 8-07 (1),
8-11 (5)
5-03 (1), 6-02 (1)
4-04 (1), 6-07 (2)
7-01 (1), 7-12 (1)
6-09 (1)
1-08 (1), 5-07 (2), 6-04 (2), 6-09 (3)
3-05 (2), 4-10 (2), 5-06 (1), 5-07 (1),
5-09 (2), 5-12 (2)

gray
green

ground

group
guitar
guitars
guns
had
hair

haired
half
hand

hands

happiest
happy
hard
has

hat

hats

67

1-09 (1), 3-01 (1), 3-05 (1), 3-06 (2),


4-09 (1), 8-03 (2), 8-06 (2), 8-12 (2)
1-07 (2), 1-08 (2), 1-11 (2), 2-04 (7),
3-05 (3), 5-09 (2), 7-04 (5), 7-05 (2),
7-07 (2), 7-12 (2), 8-03 (4), 8-12 (2)
2-07 (6), 2-08 (2), 5-10 (2), 6-07 (2),
7-01 (1), 7-02 (4), 7-04 (1), 7-12 (1),
8-07 (2), 8-08 (3), 8-12 (2)
3-01 (2), 6-09 (3)
2-05 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-11 (1), 5-05 (5),
5-08 (2), 5-12 (2), 6-06 (4), 8-11 (4)
5-08 (2)
4-06 (2), 7-02 (6), 7-09 (2)
6-01 (6), 6-06 (1), 8-11 (1)
1-03 (8), 1-10 (4), 1-11 (4), 2-04 (2),
2-06 (2), 2-09 (4), 3-01 (20), 4-06
(3), 4-11 (1), 5-11 (2), 6-03 (8),
8-07 (1)
5-02 (2)
6-04 (1)
2-05 (26), 2-08 (1), 2-09 (3), 2-11
(4), 3-09 (2), 4-02 (2), 5-02 (2), 5-09
(4), 7-01 (1), 7-08 (14)
2-09 (7), 3-09 (2), 4-02 (8), 4-10 (4),
4-11 (4), 5-10 (1), 6-01 (2), 6-07 (1),
7-02 (2)
8-07 (1)
3-07 (2), 5-10 (3), 5-11 (2)
2-06 (2), 5-02 (1), 7-02 (3)
1-03 (8), 1-10 (4), 1-11 (4), 2-05 (4),
2-06 (1), 2-09 (1), 2-10 (13), 2-11
(1), 3-01 (19), 4-05 (1), 4-09 (1), 503 (11), 5-10 (2), 6-01 (6), 6-02 (6),
6-03 (26), 6-06 (3), 6-07 (1), 6-08
(5), 6-12 (2), 7-01 (4), 7-02 (5),
7-03 (1), 7-05 (2), 7-08 (6), 7-10
(6), 7-11 (1), 7-12 (4), 8-06 (1),
8-07 (9), 8-11 (1)
1-08 (1), 1-09 (8), 2-03 (3), 2-05 (4),
2-06 (18), 2-08 (1), 2-10 (1), 3-02
(1), 3-09 (4), 4-06 (3), 4-08 (3), 4-10
(6), 4-11 (2), 5-02 (4), 5-03 (2), 5-05
(2), 5-11 (1), 6-01 (4), 6-05 (1), 6-06
(2), 6-11 (1), 7-02 (3), 7-09 (2), 7-10
(1), 7-11 (1), 8-06 (4), 8-11 (2)
1-09 (5), 1-11 (1), 3-02 (2), 5-06 (1),
5-09 (2), 6-05 (1), 7-05 (2), 7-07 (2),
8-02 (2)

English I (US) Index

have

hay
he

head

heads
healthy
heavy
helmet
her

herd
here
highest
highway
hill
him
Hindu
his

hit
holding

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2-06 (1), 2-07 (2), 2-09 (1), 2-10 (1),


2-11 (1), 3-01 (1), 5-03 (1), 5-09 (1),
5-10 (1), 5-11 (2), 6-01 (1), 6-02 (2),
6-03 (3), 6-07 (4), 6-08 (1), 7-02
(10), 7-05 (1), 7-11 (11), 7-12 (2),
8-11 (5)
7-01 (4)
1-07 (6), 1-10 (1), 2-02 (2), 2-06 (4),
2-09 (2), 2-11 (2), 3-03 (11), 3-04
(1), 3-07 (11), 3-08 (7), 3-11 (2), 401 (24), 4-04 (4), 4-05 (4), 4-10 (14),
4-11 (8), 5-03 (2), 5-05 (3), 5-06 (2),
5-10 (4), 5-11 (2), 5-12 (4), 6-01 (3),
6-07 (2), 6-10 (1), 6-11 (1), 7-02 (1),
7-03 (1), 7-06 (1), 7-08 (4), 7-10 (4),
7-11 (3), 7-12 (3), 8-05 (3), 8-07 (2)
2-09 (4), 3-09 (4), 5-10 (1), 5-11 (1),
5-12 (1), 6-01 (4), 6-06 (2), 6-08 (2),
7-05 (2), 7-09 (3), 7-12 (2), 8-11 (4)
2-07 (2), 7-05 (1), 7-12 (1)
3-07 (1), 5-11 (1)
6-11 (1)
4-10 (2)
2-05 (19), 2-09 (7), 2-11 (6), 3-09
(4), 4-02 (5), 4-06 (6), 4-07 (12),
4-11 (3), 5-02 (5), 5-05 (2), 6-08 (3),
6-10 (6), 6-12 (1), 7-03 (1), 7-08 (4),
7-09 (1), 8-06 (2)
3-06 (2)
1-10 (2)
8-07 (2), 8-12 (1)
8-05 (2)
6-10 (1)
4-07 (1)
8-09 (1)
2-09 (8), 2-11 (2), 3-08 (2), 3-09 (8),
4-01 (5), 4-02 (4), 4-06 (1), 4-07
(12), 4-10 (8), 4-11 (3), 5-02 (8), 503 (1), 5-09 (2), 5-10 (10), 5-12 (5),
6-01 (6), 6-05 (1), 6-06 (5), 6-08 (2),
6-12 (2), 7-01 (2), 7-08 (8), 7-09 (2),
8-05 (1), 8-06 (1)
7-01 (2)
2-05 (4), 2-09 (2), 4-06 (5), 4-11 (2),
5-03 (1), 5-05 (2), 5-08 (2), 5-10 (1),
5-12 (1), 6-01 (2), 6-06 (2), 6-07 (2),
6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 7-03 (2), 7-09 (2),
8-11 (4)

holds
hole
home
hoof
horse

horses
horses

hospital
hot
hotel
house
houses
how
hug
huge
hugging
human
hundred
hungry
hurt
hurts
husband
I

ice
in

68

5-08 (1)
8-05 (2)
8-07 (1)
4-06 (1)
1-01 (5), 1-02 (2), 1-05 (1), 1-06 (1),
1-08 (1), 1-10 (7), 1-11 (1), 2-02 (1),
2-03 (3), 2-06 (3), 2-08 (2), 2-10 (5),
3-02 (2), 3-05 (10), 3-06 (5), 3-09
(2), 4-01 (3), 4-05 (2), 4-06 (4), 4-08
(2), 4-11 (2), 5-02 (4), 5-03 (4), 6-05
(2), 6-08 (5), 7-02 (2), 7-03 (5), 7-05
(1), 7-06 (2), 7-10 (1), 7-12 (2), 8-02
(2), 8-07 (2), 8-08 (2)
2-09 (1), 3-09 (1), 4-06 (2)
1-05 (1), 1-06 (1), 1-11 (1), 3-02 (6),
3-11 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-02 (2), 4-05 (1),
5-07 (1), 7-01 (5), 7-02 (1), 7-05 (2),
7-06 (4), 7-12 (1)
8-09 (6), 8-10 (18), 8-12 (2)
3-07 (5), 3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 5-06
(12), 5-11 (3), 6-11 (1)
8-09 (4), 8-10 (2)
1-03 (4), 1-07 (2), 1-10 (1), 3-04 (2),
4-09 (1), 7-04 (1), 8-05 (1), 8-12 (1)
8-08 (2)
3-02 (4), 3-04 (8), 8-10 (40), 8-12 (4)
5-03 (1)
6-10 (1)
5-03 (1)
2-09 (1)
4-03 (2), 4-11 (1), 5-04 (26), 5-12
(4), 7-09 (2)
3-07 (5), 5-11 (3)
6-11 (1)
6-11 (1)
4-07 (5), 4-11 (1)
5-11 (29), 5-12 (2), 6-07 (6), 6-11
(39), 6-12 (4), 7-11 (34), 8-02 (17),
8-10 (40), 8-11 (35), 8-12 (10)
5-06 (2), 5-07 (1), 7-03 (1)
1-01 (5), 1-08 (4), 1-10 (1), 1-11
(4), 2-01 (2), 2-05 (22), 2-06 (3),
2-07 (5), 2-08 (7), 2-09 (3), 3-01
(2), 3-08 (3), 3-09 (2), 3-10 (1),
4-04 (3), 4-06 (1), 4-07 (3), 4-08
(9), 4-09 (6), 4-10 (4), 5-03 (2),
5-06 (5), 5-08 (1), 5-09 (14), 5-10
(5), 5-12 (6), 6-01 (20), 6-03 (1),

English I (US) Index

India
inside
instruments
into

is
isnt
it

its
Italy
its
jacket
Jake
Japan
jeans
juice
jump

jumped

jumping

just
kangaroo
kangaroos

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6-05 (3), 6-06 (2), 6-07 (5), 6-08 (1),


6-10 (1), 6-12 (5), 7-01 (4), 7-02 (2),
7-03 (3), 7-04 (7), 7-07 (7), 7-08
(10), 7-09 (6), 7-10 (2), 7-12 (5),
8-03 (5), 8-04 (5), 8-05 (6), 8-08 (7),
8-11 (3), 8-12 (1)
8-04 (1)
3-04 (8), 3-11 (2), 6-01 (2), 6-11 (1),
7-07 (1)
5-08 (4)
2-10 (6), 4-04 (1), 4-05 (5), 4-06 (1),
4-08 (4), 4-09 (2), 6-02 (7), 7-01 (1),
7-11 (4), 7-12 (1)
1-02 (33), 1-03 (20), 1-05 (8), 1-06
(24), 1-07 (66), 1-08 (18)
1-07 (7), 1-11 (1)
1-07 (19), 1-11 (4), 3-05 (4), 3-10
(38), 3-11 (4), 4-01 (12), 5-02 (2),
5-03 (3), 5-06 (8), 5-12 (2), 6-06 (1),
6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 7-03 (3), 7-04
(20), 7-05 (2), 7-08 (2), 7-12 (4),
8-03 (2), 8-04 (4), 8-06 (5), 8-07 (3),
8-10 (4), 8-11 (2), 8-12 (6)
1-07 (1), 3-10 (1)
8-04 (1)
5-03 (4), 6-01 (2), 7-02 (3), 7-10 (2)
5-08 (1), 8-06 (2)
6-07 (4)
8-04 (1)
1-09 (3), 3-03 (1)
1-08 (1), 6-04 (2), 7-06 (1), 7-08 (1),
7-12 (1)
2-10 (5), 2-11 (2), 3-04 (3), 5-03 (2),
6-02 (2), 7-10 (4), 7-11 (7), 7-12 (2),
8-07 (1)
2-10 (7), 2-11 (2), 5-03 (3), 6-02 (1),
6-07 (2), 7-03 (1), 7-10 (2), 7-11 (6),
7-12 (2)
1-02 (9), 1-05 (2), 1-06 (3), 1-07 (4),
1-10 (2), 1-11 (1), 2-01 (1), 2-06 (2),
2-07 (1), 2-10 (10), 2-11 (3), 3-04
(12), 4-01 (7), 4-08 (4), 4-10 (6),
5-02 (1), 5-03 (2), 5-11 (1), 6-02 (2),
6-06 (2), 7-10 (2), 7-11 (10), 7-12
(3), 8-11 (2)
3-10 (1), 6-07 (1)
3-06 (1)
2-05 (1)

keys
kicked
kicking
kind
kinds
kiss
kissed
kissing
kite
kites
knees
knives
Korea
ladder
land
last
laughing
leaning
leaves
leaving
left

legs
leopard
less
library
lifting
light
lightest
like
limousine
lion
listening
little
live
lives
loaf
loaves
long
longer
longest
look
69

6-06 (1)
6-08 (1)
2-01 (4), 4-08 (4), 6-08 (3), 7-08 (2)
5-07 (21)
5-07 (10), 5-12 (3)
6-02 (1), 6-08 (1)
6-08 (2)
4-05 (2), 4-06 (3), 6-02 (1), 6-05 (2),
6-08 (3), 8-02 (2)
5-10 (1), 7-01 (6), 8-08 (2)
7-01 (1)
2-09 (2), 3-09 (1)
6-09 (1)
8-04 (1), 8-12 (1)
4-05 (1), 6-06 (2), 6-08 (2), 7-10 (1),
8-11 (2)
5-09 (2)
8-01 (16), 8-12 (3)
2-01 (3), 4-04 (1), 5-03 (1)
7-09 (2)
7-04 (1), 7-12 (1)
4-05 (1)
2-05 (13), 2-11 (2), 3-01 (4), 5-09
(2), 6-07 (4), 7-01 (1), 7-08 (24),
8-03 (2), 8-10 (34), 8-12 (6)
3-06 (2), 3-09 (4), 4-02 (7), 4-06 (1),
5-02 (2), 5-12 (2), 7-02 (9)
8-07 (1)
5-09 (4), 5-12 (2)
8-09 (1), 8-10 (4)
7-10 (1), 7-12 (1)
6-03 (8), 6-06 (2)
8-07 (1)
8-03 (4)
4-09 (2)
3-06 (1), 7-09 (2)
4-06 (1), 5-08 (1)
2-01 (1), 3-10 (2), 4-09 (1), 5-09 (1),
8-06 (1)
7-02 (1), 8-06 (1)
7-02 (1)
3-02 (1)
3-02 (2), 6-04 (1)
1-03 (2), 1-10 (2), 1-11 (2), 2-04 (2),
3-01 (7), 6-03 (3)
2-04 (2)
8-07 (1)
6-07 (4), 8-03 (2)

English I (US) Index

looking
looks
lot
lots
low
lower
lowest
luggage
lying

machine
makes
making
man

mans

mannequins
many

map
marble
marbles
marching
mat
match
may
meat

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6-02 (1), 6-03 (1), 6-06 (2), 6-12 (2),


7-01 (4), 7-10 (4)
8-03 (2), 8-07 (2)
5-09 (1), 7-04 (1)
6-04 (2), 6-09 (1)
8-07 (2), 8-12 (2)
8-03 (2)
8-07 (1), 8-12 (1)
6-09 (1)
2-01 (1), 2-07 (2), 3-04 (2), 3-06 (1),
3-11 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-04 (1), 4-08 (1),
7-09 (2)
8-05 (1)
5-06 (2)
5-06 (2)
1-01 (4), 1-02 (10), 1-03 (6), 1-05
(2), 1-06 (1), 1-07 (2), 1-08 (8), 1-09
(2), 1-10 (8), 1-11 (2), 2-01 (5), 2-02
(3), 2-03 (3), 2-05 (2), 2-06 (6), 2-07
(19), 2-08 (12), 2-09 (3), 2-10 (3), 211 (4), 3-01 (12), 3-03 (3), 3-07 (7),
3-08 (12), 3-09 (5), 3-11 (4), 4-01
(7), 4-02 (2), 4-04 (18), 4-05 (8), 406 (14), 4-07 (3), 4-08 (3), 4-09 (1),
4-10 (10), 4-11 (10), 5-02 (2), 5-03
(8), 5-05 (17), 5-08 (3), 5-10 (13), 511 (2), 5-12 (8), 6-01 (6), 6-02 (10),
6-03 (15), 6-05 (12), 6-06 (12), 6-07
(8), 6-08 (7), 6-11 (1), 6-12 (4), 7-01
(7), 7-04 (3), 7-08 (8), 7-09 (4), 7-10
(2), 8-02 (3), 8-05 (6), 8-06 (5), 8-07
(3), 8-08 (8)
2-08 (1), 2-09 (8), 3-08 (1), 4-02 (6),
4-07 (1), 5-02 (8), 5-09 (2), 6-07 (1),
7-02 (1), 7-08 (4), 8-06 (2)
4-04 (1), 8-03 (1)
3-02 (18), 3-04 (8), 3-06 (1), 3-11
(1), 4-02 (1), 5-07 (2), 5-09 (15),
5-12 (2), 6-04 (1), 6-09 (6), 7-04 (1),
7-08 (4), 7-09 (5)
8-04 (20), 8-12 (4)
3-02 (1)
3-02 (5)
4-06 (1)
5-05 (5)
5-06 (1)
4-01 (1)
1-08 (1), 5-07 (1)

mechanic
medals
medicine
medium
Melissa
men

mens
Mexico
microphone
middle
Mikhail
milk

minus
mobile
money
moon
more
morning
mosque
most
mother
motorcycle
motorcycles
mountain
mountains
moustache
mouth

moves
movie
moving
music
musical
my
name
named
70

3-08 (2), 6-11 (1)


5-10 (1)
5-05 (2), 5-12 (1)
2-08 (1)
6-07 (12)
1-05 (3), 1-06 (1), 1-09 (2), 2-07
(6), 2-11 (3), 3-02 (1), 3-04 (1),
4-04 (3), 4-06 (2), 5-05 (1), 5-10
(3), 6-03 (2), 6-05 (7), 6-07 (4),
6-08 (3), 6-12 (2), 7-02 (2), 7-03 (1),
7-05 (1), 7-06 (2)
5-02 (1), 5-12 (1), 8-06 (1)
8-04 (1)
2-05 (2), 4-10 (4), 6-10 (1), 6-12 (1)
7-08 (1)
6-07 (3)
1-08 (6), 1-10 (5), 2-10 (3), 5-05 (2),
5-09 (4), 5-12 (2), 7-06 (11), 7-07
(2), 7-08 (10), 7-11 (7), 7-12 (5)
5-01 (10)
4-04 (1), 5-03 (3), 5-12 (3)
3-08 (1), 5-05 (3), 5-12 (1)
7-04 (1)
3-02 (7), 3-11 (3), 5-09 (6), 5-12 (2),
8-07 (3)
3-10 (2)
8-09 (1), 8-10 (2)
7-05 (4), 7-07 (8), 7-09 (9), 8-03 (4),
8-07 (3), 8-12 (2)
4-07 (8), 4-11 (1), 6-10 (1), 8-06 (1)
1-06 (1), 4-09 (1)
4-09 (1)
4-09 (1), 7-04 (6), 7-09 (1), 7-10 (2),
7-12 (1), 8-05 (1), 8-12 (1)
5-06 (1)
6-03 (8)
2-09 (7), 2-11 (1), 3-09 (1), 4-02 (7),
5-03 (2), 5-10 (1), 6-01 (4), 7-01 (1),
7-10 (4)
7-03 (4)
8-09 (3)
4-09 (1), 7-03 (7), 7-12 (4)
5-08 (1)
5-08 (4)
6-07 (6), 6-11 (4), 8-02 (3), 8-11 (9),
8-12 (2)
6-07 (6)
6-07 (2)

English I (US) Index

Nancy
near
neck
neither

new
newspaper
Nigeria
night
nine
nineteen
ninety
ninety-five
ninety-six
no

nobody
none
nor
North America
nose
not

notebook
nothing
now

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6-07 (3)
8-07 (1), 8-08 (4), 8-12 (1)
5-10 (1), 5-12 (1)
2-05 (1), 2-11 (1), 6-05 (10), 6-12
(1), 7-05 (3), 7-06 (1), 7-12 (1),
8-02 (8), 8-12 (2)
1-03 (5), 1-07 (3), 1-11 (3)
6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-11 (1)
8-04 (1)
3-10 (1), 7-04 (6)
1-04 (2), 3-05 (2), 3-10 (2), 4-03 (1),
5-01 (2), 5-04 (3), 5-12 (1), 8-01 (5)
4-03 (1)
4-03 (1)
4-03 (1), 4-11 (1), 5-04 (1)
5-04 (1)
1-07 (20), 1-08 (2), 1-11 (3), 2-05
(4), 3-02 (8), 3-09 (4), 4-01 (11),
4-06 (1), 4-08 (3), 6-03 (4), 6-08 (5),
7-04 (3), 8-07 (1)
4-08 (7), 4-11 (1), 7-09 (2)
4-08 (1), 6-05 (3), 7-05 (2), 7-06 (8),
7-09 (1), 8-02 (4)
6-05 (8), 8-02 (5), 8-12 (2)
8-04 (1)
2-09 (4), 2-11 (1), 5-10 (2), 5-12 (1),
8-07 (1)
1-07 (11), 1-08 (2), 1-09 (5), 1-11
(2), 2-02 (12), 2-05 (1), 2-06 (27),
2-07 (1), 2-08 (2), 2-09 (1), 2-10
(3), 2-11 (9), 3-01 (2), 3-03 (2), 3-04
(4), 3-06 (6), 3-07 (11), 3-08 (2),
3-09 (1), 3-11 (5), 4-01 (6), 4-04 (8),
4-05 (3), 4-06 (2), 4-07 (3), 4-08
(4), 4-09 (2), 4-11 (2), 5-02 (2),
5-03 (3), 5-05 (1), 5-06 (1), 5-09
(2), 5-10 (1), 5-11 (7), 5-12 (4),
6-03 (7), 6-05 (8), 6-06 (1), 6-07
(1), 6-08 (2), 6-10 (2), 6-11 (3),
6-12 (2), 7-01 (3), 7-02 (6), 7-03
(6), 7-04 (2), 7-05 (3), 7-06 (7),
7-07 (4), 7-11 (6), 7-12 (5), 8-01
(1), 8-02 (8), 8-03 (4), 8-05 (3),
8-06 (9), 8-07 (7), 8-08 (1), 8-12 (5)
6-01 (2)
4-08 (2), 4-11 (1)
4-04 (1), 4-11 (1), 6-01 (1), 6-06 (2),
7-02 (2), 7-03 (1), 8-11 (1)

number

numbers
nurse
oclock
of
off
officer
old
older
oldest
on
one

ones
only

onto
open
opened
or
orange
other

others
71

1-06 (8), 2-03 (4), 2-08 (1), 3-02 (2),


7-08 (2), 7-09 (2), 8-01 (40), 8-07
(1), 8-12 (8)
8-01 (6)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (2)
1-06 (8), 1-11 (4), 3-10 (16), 3-11 (1)
2-07 (2), 2-08 (2), 3-01 (2), 3-02 (5),
3-04 (6), 3-06 (2), 3-08 (4)
2-07 (1), 5-03 (4), 5-10 (2), 6-01 (1),
6-07 (2), 7-02 (2), 8-07 (1), 8-10 (4)
3-08 (1)
1-03 (9), 1-07 (9), 1-10 (1), 1-11 (5),
6-03 (1), 6-07 (4)
3-01 (2), 8-07 (4)
8-07 (3)
1-01 (7), 1-05 (2), 1-07 (2), 1-10 (4),
1-11 (2), 2-01 (1), 2-07 (20)
1-04 (11), 1-06 (13), 1-09 (10), 1-11
(3), 2-02 (10), 2-03 (2), 2-05 (7),
2-07 (4), 2-08 (1), 2-09 (2), 2-11
(8), 3-01 (2), 3-02 (5), 3-03 (4),
3-04 (3), 3-05 (1), 3-06 (4), 3-09
(2), 4-02 (2), 4-03 (3), 4-06 (2),
4-08 (1), 4-09 (1), 4-11 (1), 5-01
(6), 5-04 (10), 5-07 (6), 5-08 (1),
5-09 (7), 5-10 (3), 6-05 (1), 6-07
(2), 6-08 (5), 6-10 (1), 6-12 (1),
7-01 (3), 7-02 (1), 7-04 (3), 7-05
(5), 7-06 (4), 7-08 (2), 7-09 (6),
7-12 (3), 8-01 (5), 8-02 (1), 8-03
(7), 8-10 (7),
8-12 (2)
8-03 (4), 8-12 (2)
5-09 (2), 6-05 (1), 6-12 (1), 7-02 (1),
7-06 (1), 7-08 (2), 7-09 (11), 8-02
(1), 8-03 (1)
4-06 (1), 6-07 (1), 8-07 (1)
4-02 (11), 5-03 (1), 6-01 (2), 7-01
(1), 7-10 (1)
5-03 (2)
2-05 (1), 6-03 (3)
1-06 (1), 1-08 (1), 3-05 (1), 7-06 (1),
7-08 (1), 7-12 (1)
2-05 (1), 2-08 (1), 2-11 (1), 3-03 (1),
4-09 (1), 6-07 (1), 6-10 (6), 7-01 (1),
7-05 (3), 7-06 (1), 7-12 (1), 8-07 (2),
8-08 (4), 8-12 (4)
7-05 (1), 7-12 (1), 8-03 (2)

English I (US) Index

ouch
out
outside
over
own
pain
pair
pairs
pants
paper
parachute
parade
parents
park
parked
parking
part
passing
past
pears
pen
people

person

persons
pet
petting
pharmacy
phone
piano
Picasso
pick
picked

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6-11 (1)
4-05 (5), 5-03 (1), 5-10 (1), 5-12 (1),
6-02 (1), 7-01 (3), 7-12 (3)
3-04 (8), 3-11 (2), 6-01 (1), 6-11 (1)
7-10 (4), 8-05 (3), 8-12 (1)
5-02 (1), 6-06 (1), 8-11 (1), 8-12 (1)
3-08 (2)
6-04 (7), 6-09 (4), 6-12 (1)
6-09 (3)
1-09 (3), 1-11 (1), 3-03 (7), 3-11 (2)
2-05 (1), 2-10 (5), 6-04 (11), 6-12
(3), 7-11 (4)
4-10 (2)
4-06 (1), 4-09 (1), 6-01 (2), 6-12 (2)
4-07 (5), 4-11 (2)
6-01 (2)
4-09 (3), 8-05 (1)
2-05 (1), 7-04 (1)
7-05 (2)
4-09 (1)
3-10 (4), 3-11 (1), 8-10 (12), 8-12 (4)
1-08 (1), 5-07 (2)
2-05 (1), 7-10 (2)
2-02 (2), 2-08 (6), 2-11 (2), 3-02 (8),
3-07 (2), 3-11 (4), 4-05 (4), 4-07 (5),
4-09 (1), 4-10 (2), 5-06 (4), 5-08 (4),
5-09 (8), 6-01 (4), 6-02 (10), 6-03
(2), 6-05 (8), 6-06 (4), 6-10 (12),
6-12 (6), 7-02 (2), 7-04 (1), 7-05 (4),
7-06 (15), 7-07 (4), 7-08 (2), 7-09
(11), 7-10 (1), 7-12 (5), 8-03 (4),
8-05 (11), 8-08 (4), 8-12 (4)
2-02 (9), 2-03 (2), 2-11 (2), 3-01 (2),
3-03 (2), 3-11 (2), 4-10 (2), 5-09 (2),
6-01 (2), 6-03 (6), 6-10 (3), 7-02 (4),
7-05 (2), 7-06 (5), 7-09 (2), 7-12 (1),
8-01 (16), 8-04 (3)
3-09 (2)
8-06 (7), 8-12 (4)
8-06 (4)
8-09 (1)
2-06 (4), 2-11 (3), 4-04 (5), 5-03 (4),
5-12 (4), 6-05 (3), 8-02 (3)
4-06 (2), 4-11 (2), 5-08 (3), 6-05 (2),
6-10 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-02 (2), 8-12 (2)
5-03 (2)
5-03 (1), 6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-11 (1)
5-03 (1), 6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-11 (1)

picking
picture
pictures
piece
pieces
pigs
pink
planet
plant
plants
plastic
plate
plates
play
playground
playing

plus
pocket
pockets
pointing

pole
police
policeman
pony
pool
potato
pour
pouring
Pranav
preparing
prince
prison
proud
pulling
puppy
purple
purse
pushing
put
72

5-10 (2), 6-08 (1), 6-12 (1), 8-11 (1)


3-09 (9), 3-11 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-09 (4),
5-12 (2), 7-10 (1), 8-08 (2)
3-09 (2)
5-08 (10)
5-08 (1)
3-06 (1)
1-03 (1), 1-07 (2), 1-11 (1), 3-05 (3),
3-11 (2), 7-04 (4)
8-04 (3)
4-04 (1), 5-07 (5), 5-12 (1)
5-07 (4), 5-12 (1), 7-02 (1)
6-04 (2), 6-12 (1)
1-06 (8), 1-08 (2), 2-08 (1), 4-08 (2),
4-11 (2), 5-05 (3)
1-06 (5), 6-09 (1), 6-12 (1)
5-06 (2)
8-09 (11), 8-10 (10)
2-05 (1), 3-04 (4), 4-01 (7), 4-04 (1),
4-06 (2), 4-10 (8), 4-11 (3), 5-05 (1),
5-08 (8), 6-05 (4), 6-06 (2), 6-10 (3),
6-12 (1), 8-02 (4), 8-11 (2), 8-12 (4)
5-01 (10), 5-12 (4)
5-03 (1), 5-12 (1)
5-10 (1)
2-01 (1), 2-05 (7), 2-06 (3), 2-11
(10), 4-06 (1), 4-08 (2), 4-10 (2),
4-11 (2), 5-10 (1), 5-12 (1), 7-01 (6),
7-05 (3), 7-06 (4), 7-08 (4)
4-10 (4)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (1), 8-09 (2), 8-10 (12)
6-11 (1), 6-12 (1)
4-01 (2), 5-05 (1)
7-04 (1), 7-12 (1)
6-04 (1)
6-08 (1), 8-11 (1)
6-08 (1), 8-11 (1)
6-07 (8)
6-08 (1)
6-07 (2)
8-09 (1)
3-08 (2), 6-11 (2)
4-09 (3), 4-11 (2), 5-05 (5), 7-01 (1)
6-10 (1)
1-09 (2), 3-03 (2), 3-05 (1), 5-06 (1)
4-06 (2), 4-11 (2)
5-05 (9)
6-02 (2), 6-08 (2), 8-11 (2)

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putting

quarter
quickly
rabbit
race
racing
railroad
raincoat
rake
rather
reaching
read
reading

Reagan
real
rectangle
rectangular
red

repairing
restaurant
rich
ride
rider
riding

right

river
road
rocking

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3-03 (6), 3-11 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-06 (1),


4-09 (1), 4-11 (1), 6-08 (2), 7-03 (1),
8-11 (2)
3-10 (5), 3-11 (1)
7-03 (1)
3-09 (1)
5-10 (3), 6-01 (4), 6-06 (2), 8-11 (2)
6-10 (4)
8-05 (2)
1-09 (4)
2-01 (1), 6-01 (2), 7-01 (3)
8-07 (1)
4-06 (1), 7-09 (1)
6-08 (1), 8-11 (1)
1-02 (2), 1-10 (2), 2-01 (1), 2-11 (1),
3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 4-06 (2), 5-02 (1),
6-06 (2), 6-08 (2), 6-10 (1), 6-11 (1),
6-12 (1), 7-01 (2), 8-11 (4)
6-07 (5)
3-06 (12), 3-09 (7), 3-11 (6), 8-06 (2)
2-04 (16), 7-07 (12)
2-05 (2)
1-03 (5), 1-07 (9), 1-08 (4), 1-09 (3),
1-10 (3), 1-11 (2), 2-01 (1), 2-04
(12), 2-11 (2), 3-01 (2), 3-03 (8),
3-05 (5), 3-11 (2), 4-04 (1), 4-09
(11), 4-10 (1), 4-11 (1), 5-03 (1),
5-09 (2), 5-10 (1), 5-11 (2), 5-12
(1), 6-03 (3), 6-06 (2), 6-10 (1),
6-12 (1), 7-01 (1), 7-03 (1), 7-04
(3), 7-05 (7), 7-09 (1), 8-03 (6),
8-04 (21), 8-08 (4), 8-12 (4)
6-11 (1)
8-09 (4), 8-10 (4)
3-07 (1), 3-08 (1), 5-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
5-03 (1), 7-10 (2)
2-10 (3)
1-06 (3), 2-01 (3), 2-06 (5), 2-07 (4),
4-01 (5), 4-06 (1), 4-08 (2), 4-10 (6),
4-11 (2), 5-03 (1), 5-05 (1), 6-05 (4),
6-08 (4), 7-03 (3), 7-06 (2), 7-09 (4),
8-02 (4), 8-05 (8), 8-07 (1)
2-05 (15), 2-11 (2), 3-01 (4), 4-01
(1), 5-09 (2), 7-08 (24), 8-03 (2),
8-10 (36), 8-12 (6)
4-09 (1)
7-04 (1), 7-09 (2), 8-05 (8), 8-12 (4)
3-06 (1), 6-08 (1)

roll
rolls
Ronald
room
rope
round
rug
run
runner
runners
running

Russia
Russian
sad
sailors
sails
same
sand
Sandra
Saturn
saxophone
says
scarves
school
scientist
scratching
second
secretary
see
sells
set
setting
seven

seventeen
seventy
seventy-eight
seventy-five
several
shaking
shapes
73

6-04 (4)
6-04 (1), 6-12 (1)
6-07 (4)
6-09 (1)
3-04 (9), 4-10 (2), 6-01 (2), 6-06 (2),
7-10 (5), 7-12 (3), 8-11 (3)
2-05 (4), 7-07 (6)
6-03 (1)
5-10 (2), 6-08 (3), 8-11 (2)
6-09 (1), 7-03 (1)
3-01 (2), 5-10 (1), 6-09 (1), 8-08 (2)
1-02 (11), 1-05 (2), 1-07 (5), 1-10
(4), 1-11 (1), 2-01 (4), 2-06 (2), 2-07
(1), 3-04 (7), 3-06 (1), 4-01 (1), 4-08
(1), 4-10 (2), 5-11 (2), 6-05 (2), 6-08
(1), 6-10 (1), 7-03 (3), 8-02 (2), 8-05
(2), 8-07 (2), 8-11 (2)
8-04 (2), 8-12 (2)
6-09 (1)
3-07 (2), 5-10 (3)
7-02 (1)
4-09 (1)
3-02 (2), 4-07 (3), 5-09 (2)
4-10 (2), 5-09 (2), 5-12 (2)
6-07 (4)
8-04 (3)
5-08 (1)
6-07 (8)
5-06 (1)
8-10 (4)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1), 6-12 (1)
5-10 (3), 5-12 (2)
8-01 (12), 8-12 (1)
3-08 (2), 3-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
7-04 (1), 7-09 (2)
7-02 (4)
6-09 (8), 6-12 (3)
7-09 (1), 7-12 (1)
1-04 (6), 1-06 (1), 1-11 (2), 3-05 (1),
3-10 (7), 3-11 (4), 4-03 (1), 5-01 (7),
5-04 (3), 5-12 (3), 8-01 (3)
4-03 (1), 5-04 (1)
4-03 (1)
5-04 (3)
4-03 (1), 4-11 (1), 5-04 (2)
3-02 (1), 5-07 (2), 6-10 (3), 8-03 (2)
6-07 (1)
8-03 (4)

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she

sheep
shelf
shining
ship
ships
shirt

shirts
shoe
shoes
short
shorter
shortest
shorts
shovel
sick
side
sidewalk
sign
silverware
sing
singer
singers
singers
singing

single
sister
sisters
sit
sitting

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1-07 (8), 2-02 (2), 2-05 (2), 2-06


(5), 2-09 (2), 2-11 (5), 3-03 (9),
3-04 (1), 3-07 (4), 3-08 (1), 4-01
(6), 4-04 (1), 4-10 (4), 5-10 (1),
5-11 (1), 5-12 (1), 6-07 (2), 6-08
(1), 7-08 (2), 7-10 (1)
3-06 (4), 3-11 (2), 5-07 (1), 8-08 (2)
2-08 (1)
5-06 (2)
4-09 (2), 7-02 (1), 8-08 (1)
7-02 (1)
1-09 (8), 1-10 (1), 3-03 (5), 3-05 (1),
3-09 (4), 4-04 (1), 4-10 (2), 5-02 (7),
5-03 (2), 5-08 (1), 5-10 (1), 6-03 (1),
6-05 (1), 6-06 (4), 6-08 (1), 7-01 (1),
7-04 (2), 8-06 (6), 8-11 (5), 8-12 (4)
1-09 (3), 1-10 (3), 1-11 (3), 3-04 (2)
1-09 (1), 3-03 (2), 5-10 (1), 5-12 (1),
8-09 (1), 8-10 (2)
1-09 (3), 3-03 (1), 6-04 (1)
1-03 (2), 1-11 (2), 2-04 (2), 3-01
(10), 3-11 (2), 6-03 (3)
2-04 (2)
8-07 (1)
3-03 (2)
4-06 (2), 7-01 (1)
3-07 (2), 3-08 (1), 5-11 (2), 6-11 (6)
4-01 (1), 7-08 (8)
6-05 (4), 6-10 (1), 8-02 (2), 8-05 (10)
2-05 (4)
6-09 (1), 6-12 (1)
7-02 (1)
6-10 (2), 6-12 (2)
2-05 (2)
6-07 (3)
1-05 (2), 4-06 (1), 4-10 (4), 4-11 (1),
5-10 (1), 6-05 (11), 6-10 (4), 6-12
(8), 7-02 (2), 8-02 (12), 8-12 (2)
6-09 (5)
4-07 (4), 4-11 (3)
4-07 (1)
5-08 (2)
1-05 (2), 1-07 (4), 1-10 (2), 2-01 (1),
2-06 (3), 2-07 (15), 2-11 (3), 3-04
(5), 3-06 (1), 4-01 (2), 4-06 (2), 4-07
(6), 4-08 (1), 4-10 (4), 4-11 (1), 5-06
(1), 5-10 (1), 6-08 (2), 7-09 (6), 8-01
(4), 8-07 (1), 8-08 (2), 8-12 (2)

six

sixteen
sixty
sixty-nine
sixty-six
sixty-three
sixty-two
sized
skater
skates
skating
skier
skiing
skin
skirt
skirts
sky
sleep
sleeping
slices
slid
slide
sliding
slowly
small

smaller
smallest
smelling
smile
smiling
smoke
sneezing
snow
sock
socks
sofa
soldiers
some

74

1-04 (12), 1-06 (3), 1-11 (4), 3-05


(1), 3-09 (2), 3-10 (3), 4-03 (1),
5-01 (12), 5-04 (2), 5-09 (1), 5-12
(3), 6-04 (1), 6-05 (1), 6-12 (1),
8-01 (2), 8-02 (1)
4-03 (1), 5-01 (1)
4-03 (1)
5-04 (1)
4-03 (1)
5-04 (1)
5-04 (1)
2-08 (1)
7-03 (2)
7-03 (1)
7-03 (1)
7-03 (5)
7-03 (4)
6-03 (16)
1-09 (1), 3-03 (2), 6-11 (1)
1-09 (1), 1-11 (1), 8-06 (2)
7-09 (2)
5-03 (1), 5-08 (1)
4-05 (4)
6-04 (1)
6-02 (1)
6-02 (1)
6-02 (1), 7-10 (1)
7-03 (9), 7-12 (2)
2-03 (18), 2-04 (3), 2-08 (1), 2-11
(2), 5-02 (2), 5-06 (1), 6-06 (2), 8-03
(6), 8-11 (2), 8-12 (6)
2-04 (6), 2-11 (4)
2-04 (4)
4-06 (4)
4-01 (1)
2-01 (4), 2-11 (1), 3-09 (1), 4-01 (11),
6-05 (2), 6-07 (1), 8-02 (2), 8-12 (2)
5-06 (2)
5-10 (2)
4-09 (1), 5-06 (5), 7-04 (8), 7-09 (1),
7-12 (2)
3-03 (2)
1-09 (2), 3-03 (1), 5-02 (1)
2-03 (2), 4-07 (2), 5-08 (2)
7-02 (5), 7-03 (2), 8-07 (1)
1-09 (3), 2-10 (1), 6-06 (2), 7-05
(15), 7-11 (1), 7-12 (1), 8-03 (3),
8-05 (1), 8-12 (2)

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somebody
someone

someones
something
sometimes
son
sons
South America
space
Spain
speaking
sports
spots
spotted
spread
spring
springtime
square
squares
stairs
standing

stands
station
statue
stepping
steps
stick
sticking
sticks
still
stop
store
stove
straight
strawberries

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4-08 (6), 4-11 (1)


3-07 (2), 4-08 (8), 4-09 (1), 4-11
(1), 5-02 (5), 5-05 (3), 5-08 (5),
6-06 (1), 6-08 (1), 6-10 (1), 7-02
(1), 7-03 (1), 7-06 (1), 7-08 (5),
7-12 (1), 8-06 (2)
6-11 (1), 8-06 (2)
2-05 (2), 4-08 (4), 4-11 (1), 5-05 (1),
5-10 (2), 6-02 (2)
7-02 (1)
3-08 (1), 4-01 (1), 4-07 (2), 4-11 (1),
6-11 (1), 8-02 (2)
6-06 (2), 6-12 (2), 7-01 (2), 8-11 (2)
8-04 (1)
7-02 (2)
8-04 (1), 8-12 (1)
6-07 (1)
4-09 (1)
8-07 (5)
8-07 (4)
7-02 (3)
7-04 (2)
7-04 (1)
2-04 (12), 2-05 (4), 2-11 (2), 7-07
(11), 8-03 (2)
7-07 (2), 8-03 (2), 8-12 (2)
4-05 (2), 5-05 (1)
2-07 (13), 2-11 (4), 3-04 (4), 3-06
(3), 4-06 (1), 4-07 (2), 5-09 (1), 6-05
(3), 6-07 (6), 6-10 (1), 7-03 (2), 7-04
(1), 7-09 (4), 8-01 (4), 8-02 (4), 8-05
(3), 8-08 (2)
6-10 (2)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1), 8-09 (7), 8-10
(40), 8-12 (4)
3-09 (2), 6-03 (2), 7-03 (1), 7-09 (2)
6-07 (1)
4-05 (4), 4-06 (2), 6-02 (8), 6-07 (4),
6-10 (3)
2-08 (2)
5-10 (1)
7-10 (3)
7-03 (4)
8-09 (4), 8-10 (8)
6-02 (2), 6-12 (2), 8-09 (1), 8-10 (2)
5-06 (1)
3-01 (5), 4-02 (2), 8-10 (2)
1-08 (2), 1-10 (1), 1-11 (1)

street
stretching
string
striped
stripes
strong
student
students
submarine
subway
suits
summer
summertime
sun
sunglasses
sunrise
sunset
supermarket
surround
surrounded
swan
sweater
sweeping
swimmer
swimming

synagogue
table

tables
take
taken
taking
talk
talking
tall
taller
Tanzania
teacher
teaching
teeth
75

6-02 (2), 7-03 (1), 8-05 (16), 8-09


(15), 8-10 (20), 8-12 (4)
5-10 (1)
5-10 (1)
8-07 (1)
8-07 (1)
3-07 (1), 3-11 (1), 5-11 (1)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1)
3-08 (2), 3-11 (2), 6-11 (1)
4-09 (1)
8-09 (4), 8-10 (8)
1-09 (2), 7-02 (4)
5-06 (1), 7-04 (5), 7-12 (1)
7-04 (1), 7-12 (1)
5-06 (7), 7-04 (2), 7-09 (1), 7-12 (1)
4-10 (2), 6-04 (2), 7-02 (1)
7-04 (1)
7-04 (1)
8-09 (1)
6-10 (4)
6-10 (8)
3-06 (2), 7-02 (1)
3-03 (10), 3-11 (2), 4-01 (1), 4-10
(5), 4-11 (1), 6-03 (1), 8-06 (2)
8-05 (2)
7-03 (3)
1-02 (4), 1-10 (3), 2-01 (1), 2-06 (3),
3-06 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-03 (1), 5-08 (1),
7-03 (2), 7-04 (1), 7-10 (2), 7-12 (1)
8-09 (2)
1-01 (3), 1-08 (2), 1-10 (4), 1-11 (2),
2-07 (5), 2-08 (2), 2-09 (3), 3-04 (7),
4-08 (1), 5-02 (1), 5-03 (4), 5-08 (2),
6-01 (4), 6-10 (1), 7-07 (1)
3-02 (1), 4-08 (1), 5-08 (1), 5-09 (2)
7-10 (1), 8-10 (10)
7-09 (1)
3-08 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-03 (1), 5-05 (5),
5-12 (1)
4-04 (12), 4-11 (4)
2-01 (1), 2-11 (1), 4-04 (22), 6-05
(4), 6-07 (1), 6-08 (2), 8-02 (3)
3-01 (5), 3-11 (2)
8-07 (2)
8-04 (1)
3-08 (2), 3-11 (1), 6-10 (2), 6-11 (1)
3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1)

English I (US) Index

telephone
telephones
television
temple
ten
tent
than

that

the
theater
their
them
there

these

they

thin
thinking
third
thirsty
thirteen
thirty
thirty-eight
thirty-four
thirty-seven
thirty-six
thirty-two

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2-01 (1), 2-05 (2), 2-11 (1)


7-09 (2)
2-03 (1), 4-06 (2)
8-09 (1)
1-04 (2), 1-06 (2), 3-05 (1), 3-10 (2),
4-03 (1), 5-01 (2), 5-04 (1), 6-07 (1)
2-03 (1), 4-08 (2)
2-04 (16), 2-11 (4), 3-02 (11), 3-11
(3), 5-09 (12), 5-12 (4), 8-07 (9),
8-08 (8)
2-02 (4), 2-11 (2), 5-08 (1), 6-06 (4),
6-11 (1), 7-03 (2), 7-09 (1), 8-05 (1),
8-07 (1), 8-08 (2), 8-11 (2), 8-12 (3)
1-02 (44), 1-03 (28), 1-05 (6), 1-06
(16), 1-07 (42), 1-08 (17)
8-09 (3)
2-07 (2), 4-07 (10), 4-11 (4), 5-02
(1), 6-07 (2), 7-02 (1)
6-05 (1), 7-07 (2)
1-06 (2), 1-07 (4), 3-02 (24), 3-09
(12), 3-11 (4), 4-08 (1), 5-09 (27),
5-12 (4), 7-01 (1), 7-04 (6), 7-07 (3),
7-08 (2), 7-09 (2), 8-02 (2), 8-05 (2),
8-08 (2), 8-10 (34), 8-12 (5)
1-10 (1), 1-11 (1), 2-10 (1), 3-04 (2),
3-06 (2), 3-09 (1), 3-11 (1), 4-04 (6),
4-05 (2), 4-06 (2), 4-07 (5), 5-06 (2),
5-08 (4), 5-10 (3), 6-01 (6), 6-03 (4),
6-05 (9), 6-06 (2), 6-10 (1), 6-12 (7),
7-02 (3), 7-05 (5), 7-06 (26), 7-09
(5), 7-12 (6), 8-03 (8)
1-07 (6), 1-10 (4), 1-11 (2), 2-07 (1),
3-04 (2), 3-07 (8), 3-11 (2), 4-01
(11), 4-04 (1), 4-06 (2), 4-08 (2),
5-05 (4), 5-10 (1), 7-02 (1), 7-10 (3),
7-11 (3), 8-03 (3), 8-05 (2)
3-01 (3), 3-08 (1), 6-11 (1)
5-10 (2)
8-01 (11), 8-12 (1)
3-07 (2), 5-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
4-03 (1)
1-06 (1), 3-10 (13), 3-11 (1), 4-03 (1)
5-04 (1)
5-04 (3), 5-12 (2)
5-04 (1)
5-04 (1)
4-03 (1)

this

thousand
three

through
throw
throwing
thrown
tie
tiger
time
times
tired
to

toes
together
toilet
tomato
tomatoes
tongue
too
76

1-07 (2), 1-10 (9), 1-11 (3), 2-05 (8),


2-06 (20), 2-08 (7), 2-09 (2), 2-10
(1), 3-01 (6), 3-04 (8), 3-06 (5), 3-08
(2), 3-09 (7), 3-11 (5), 4-02 (2), 4-04
(8), 4-05 (2), 4-09 (1), 5-02 (2), 5-03
(2), 5-09 (6), 5-10 (6), 5-12 (4), 6-01
(6), 6-03 (16), 6-05 (6), 6-06 (9), 607 (4), 6-10 (1), 6-12 (2), 7-02 (11),
7-03 (4), 7-04 (2), 7-06 (8), 7-07 (7),
7-12 (4), 8-03 (4), 8-04 (31), 8-06
(12), 8-07 (12), 8-08 (2), 8-12 (8)
5-04 (10)
1-04 (18), 1-06 (5), 1-11 (2), 2-02
(3), 2-09 (2), 3-04 (3), 3-05 (1), 3-06
(1), 3-09 (2), 3-10 (2), 4-03 (1), 4-04
(1), 4-07 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-01 (9), 5-02
(1), 5-04 (3), 5-09 (4), 5-12 (1), 6-04
(1), 6-05 (2), 6-07 (2), 7-01 (1), 7-09
(4), 8-01 (6), 8-02 (2), 8-03 (1), 8-10
(7), 8-12 (2)
4-06 (1), 4-09 (2), 7-03 (1), 7-10 (1)
6-02 (3), 6-08 (1)
2-01 (6)
5-03 (2), 6-02 (1), 6-08 (1)
5-08 (1), 6-03 (1), 7-10 (1), 7-12 (1)
3-06 (4), 8-07 (1)
1-06 (8), 1-11 (4)
5-01 (3)
3-07 (14), 3-11 (2), 5-10 (6), 5-11
(14), 5-12 (7)
2-09 (2), 2-10 (10), 2-11 (2), 3-10
(3), 4-04 (7), 4-06 (1), 5-03 (11), 505 (4), 5-08 (3), 5-09 (11), 5-10 (3),
5-12 (2), 6-02 (17), 6-06 (1), 6-07
(1), 6-08 (10), 6-12 (3), 7-01 (13), 706 (3), 7-10 (12), 7-11 (14), 7-12 (5),
8-06 (14), 8-07 (1), 8-08 (5), 8-10
(74), 8-11 (5), 8-12 (14)
4-02 (1)
4-02 (9), 4-11 (3), 7-11 (2), 7-12 (1),
8-08 (5)
6-04 (2)
6-04 (1)
1-08 (2), 1-11 (1), 3-02 (3), 6-04 (1),
7-02 (1)
5-10 (1)
5-02 (2), 5-09 (11), 6-06 (2), 8-11
(2), 8-12 (2)

English I (US) Index

tool
tools
top
touched
touching
tow
toward
towel
towels
track
tractor
traffic
train
tray
tree

trees
triangle
triangles
trolley
truck
trunk
trying
turn
turning
turtle
TV
twelve
twenty
twenty-five
twenty-seven
twenty-six
twenty-three
twenty-two
twins
two

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2-03 (1)
6-09 (1)
3-03 (3), 4-09 (1), 8-03 (1)
6-07 (2)
2-09 (5), 2-11 (4), 4-06 (2), 4-08 (2)
4-09 (1)
8-05 (2), 8-12 (2)
6-04 (1)
6-04 (3), 6-12 (1)
8-05 (3)
2-07 (2), 8-05 (1)
6-06 (2)
4-09 (1), 7-09 (2), 8-05 (1), 8-09 (2),
8-10 (12)
5-09 (2)
2-08 (2), 4-08 (1), 5-06 (2), 6-07 (4),
7-04 (4), 7-07 (2), 7-08 (2), 7-10 (1),
7-12 (2)
5-06 (2), 5-07 (1), 7-04 (11), 7-12
(3), 8-05 (1), 8-12 (1)
2-04 (4), 7-07 (2), 8-03 (5)
7-07 (2), 8-03 (11), 8-12 (4)
4-09 (1)
2-03 (1), 2-08 (1), 4-05 (2), 4-06 (1),
4-09 (8), 4-11 (3), 6-01 (2), 6-12 (2)
6-02 (2), 6-12 (2)
7-01 (3), 7-10 (4)
2-05 (2), 8-10 (44), 8-12 (4)
3-04 (1), 4-09 (1)
3-06 (1)
4-06 (4)
4-03 (1), 5-01 (7), 5-12 (1)
1-06 (1), 3-10 (1), 4-03 (2), 5-01 (3)
5-04 (6)
5-04 (1)
5-04 (1)
6-07 (1)
4-03 (1), 6-07 (1)
6-09 (1), 6-12 (1)
1-04 (13), 1-06 (8), 1-09 (2), 1-11
(2), 2-02 (10), 2-03 (2), 2-05 (4),
2-08 (7), 2-09 (1), 2-11 (4), 3-01 (3),
3-02 (2), 3-03 (2), 3-04 (2), 3-05 (3),
3-06 (6), 3-09 (1), 3-10 (8), 3-11 (2),
4-03 (1), 4-04 (2), 4-07 (6), 4-09 (1),
5-01 (12), 5-04 (4), 5-07 (5), 5-08
(1), 5-09 (7), 5-10 (2), 5-12 (1),
6-04 (1), 6-07 (1), 6-09 (2), 6-10 (1),

6-12 (1), 7-02 (5), 7-06 (3), 7-09 (1),


8-01 (11), 8-03 (3), 8-05 (2), 8-08
(2), 8-10 (24), 8-12 (5)
tying
5-10 (1), 5-12 (1)
typewriter
6-11 (1)
typing
3-08 (1), 3-11 (1), 6-11 (1)
ugly
3-07 (1)
umbrella
2-03 (2), 3-02 (1), 6-05 (1), 8-02 (1),
8-06 (1)
umbrellas
3-02 (4), 3-11 (2), 4-10 (2), 6-05 (1),
8-02 (2), 8-06 (1)
under
1-01 (6), 1-10 (3), 1-11 (2), 2-08 (3),
3-04 (1), 4-09 (2)
underwater
4-04 (2), 4-08 (1), 4-11 (2), 7-10 (1)
unhappy
5-11 (2), 8-07 (1)
uniform
6-03 (2)
uniforms
6-03 (2)
United Kingdom 8-04 (1)
United States
8-04 (1)
university
8-09 (2), 8-10 (8), 8-12 (8)
until
8-10 (4)
up
4-01 (1), 4-05 (7), 5-03 (3), 5-10
(2), 6-02 (4), 6-03 (4), 6-05 (1),
6-07 (2), 6-08 (3), 6-12 (7), 7-01
(2), 7-04 (1), 7-09 (4), 7-10 (4),
7-12 (1), 8-11 (3)
upper
8-03 (2)
upside
4-01 (2)
us
8-02 (13)
use
5-03 (1), 5-12 (1)
used
7-09 (1)
using
2-06 (4), 2-11 (3), 4-10 (4), 5-03 (3),
5-12 (3), 7-10 (11), 7-12 (3)
usually
7-02 (3)
U-turn
2-05 (1)
van
4-05 (2), 4-09 (2)
Venezuela
8-04 (1)
very
1-03 (1), 1-11 (1), 3-01 (1), 5-10 (4),
7-03 (2), 8-07 (1)
Vietnam
8-04 (1)
violin
4-01 (2)
violins
5-08 (1)
waiter
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1)
walk
6-07 (1)
walked
5-03 (2), 6-07 (1)
walkie-talkie
4-04 (1)
walking
1-02 (4), 1-05 (2), 1-11 (4), 2-01 (1),
2-06 (3), 2-07 (4), 3-06 (3), 4-01 (5),
77

English I (US) Index

wall
warm
warning
was
watching
water

watermelon
waving
we

weak
wear
wearing

wears
were
wettest
what
wheel
wheelchair
wheels
when
where
which

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4-06 (2), 4-10 (4), 5-02 (4), 5-03 (3),


5-05 (1), 5-09 (1), 6-05 (4), 6-07 (2),
6-10 (4), 7-03 (1), 7-08 (5), 8-02 (4),
8-05 (2), 8-08 (2), 8-12 (2)
2-07 (4), 3-09 (2), 4-05 (1), 5-03 (2),
6-01 (4), 6-07 (4), 7-09 (2)
7-04 (1)
2-05 (4)
4-09 (2), 5-03 (2), 6-01 (10), 6-06
(14), 6-12 (2), 8-11 (8), 8-12 (3)
4-06 (9)
1-08 (2), 2-10 (6), 3-05 (1), 4-01 (1),
4-05 (2), 4-06 (1), 4-08 (4), 4-09 (2),
4-11 (1), 5-05 (2), 5-06 (1), 5-09 (2),
6-01 (2), 6-02 (2), 6-08 (2), 7-01 (3),
7-03 (2), 7-07 (2), 7-08 (4), 7-10 (1),
7-11 (4), 7-12 (5), 8-05 (1), 8-08 (3),
8-11 (2)
6-04 (1)
5-10 (7)
5-09 (4), 5-11 (14), 5-12 (2), 6-11
(1), 7-04 (3), 7-09 (2), 7-11 (6), 7-12
(4), 8-02 (13), 8-11 (6), 8-12 (2)
3-07 (1), 3-11 (1), 5-11 (1)
7-02 (4)
1-09 (36), 1-10 (6), 1-11 (9), 2-06
(18), 2-10 (1), 3-01 (4), 3-03 (32),
3-04 (2), 3-11 (6), 4-06 (2), 4-08 (9),
5-02 (1), 5-05 (1), 5-06 (1), 5-11 (1),
6-03 (5), 6-05 (2), 6-06 (4), 6-11 (2),
7-01 (2), 7-02 (4), 7-05 (2), 7-07 (4),
7-11 (1), 8-02 (2), 8-06 (3), 8-11 (5),
8-12 (5)
7-02 (3)
4-09 (1), 6-01 (4), 6-06 (4), 6-12 (2),
8-11 (3)
8-07 (1)
1-10 (10), 1-11 (4), 3-05 (4), 4-01
(12), 4-11 (4)
2-03 (8)
8-05 (2)
7-02 (1)
5-06 (2), 8-10 (4)
1-10 (10), 2-05 (4), 7-04 (1)
1-10 (8), 3-01 (4), 3-04 (4), 3-05 (4),
3-06 (4), 3-09 (4), 3-11 (8), 4-04 (6),
6-03 (4), 7-02 (4), 7-08 (6), 8-05 (3),
8-07 (8)

while
white

who

whole
wife
will
win
window
windows
wings
winter
wintertime
with

without
woman

78

4-06 (19), 4-11 (4), 5-08 (1), 6-10


(1), 6-12 (1)
1-03 (6), 1-05 (2), 1-07 (13), 1-09
(13), 1-10 (3), 1-11 (6), 2-01 (2),
2-03 (1), 2-04 (2), 2-06 (8), 3-03 (3),
3-04 (2), 3-05 (6), 3-06 (5), 3-11 (1),
4-08 (5), 4-09 (2), 5-02 (3), 5-03 (2),
5-06 (1), 6-03 (1), 6-05 (2), 7-01 (1),
7-04 (5), 7-05 (9), 7-07 (2), 7-08 (2),
7-12 (1), 8-03 (2), 8-08 (2), 8-12 (2)
1-10 (12), 2-02 (4), 2-11 (2), 3-01
(8), 3-04 (6), 5-10 (1), 5-11 (4), 6-01
(4), 6-06 (2), 7-02 (4), 8-02 (2), 8-07
(4), 8-08 (2)
6-10 (2)
4-07 (5), 4-11 (1), 6-08 (2)
5-03 (1), 5-10 (1)
5-10 (1)
1-06 (1), 2-05 (2), 7-07 (2), 7-10 (2)
1-06 (3)
5-03 (1), 7-02 (6)
5-06 (1), 7-04 (4)
7-04 (3), 7-12 (1)
1-08 (4), 2-03 (3), 2-04 (2), 2-05 (4),
2-08 (2), 2-11 (4), 3-02 (3), 3-03 (2),
3-11 (2), 4-01 (3), 4-07 (5), 4-09 (1),
4-10 (18), 4-11 (4), 5-02 (4), 5-05
(1), 5-08 (1), 5-11 (1), 6-03 (5), 6-07
(3), 6-10 (10), 6-11 (1), 6-12 (3),
7-01 (1), 7-04 (2), 7-08 (8), 8-05 (1)
2-08 (2), 4-07 (2), 4-10 (20), 4-11
(3), 5-02 (1), 7-10 (1), 7-12 (1)
1-01 (4), 1-02 (10), 1-03 (7), 1-05
(2), 1-07 (4), 1-08 (4), 1-09 (16), 110 (3), 1-11 (2), 2-01 (9), 2-02 (6), 204 (2), 2-05 (6), 2-06 (13), 2-07 (14),
2-09 (5), 2-10 (2), 2-11 (12), 3-01
(12), 3-03 (7), 3-07 (5), 3-09 (2), 311 (2), 4-01 (2), 4-02 (2), 4-04 (10),
4-05 (2), 4-06 (11), 4-07 (4), 4-09
(1), 4-10 (4), 4-11 (4), 5-02 (3), 5-03
(6), 5-05 (15), 5-06 (1), 5-08 (2), 510 (7), 5-11 (2), 5-12 (5), 6-01 (4),
6-02 (8), 6-03 (7), 6-05 (14), 6-06
(6), 6-07 (6), 6-08 (18), 6-10 (13),
6-12 (8), 7-01 (3), 7-03 (3), 7-06 (4),
7-08 (4), 7-09 (2), 7-10 (1), 8-02 (1),
8-04 (2), 8-06 (4), 8-07 (5), 8-12 (1)

English I (US) Index

womans
women

womens
won
work
working
workman
wrecked
write
writing
written
yawning

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2-05 (3), 2-09 (2), 4-02 (6), 5-02 (6),


5-09 (3), 5-12 (4), 8-06 (3), 8-12 (1)
1-05 (2), 1-07 (4), 1-09 (1), 1-10 (3),
1-11 (2), 2-05 (1), 2-07 (8), 2-08 (2),
2-11 (6), 3-01 (3), 3-02 (1), 4-04 (3),
4-05 (2), 5-02 (1), 6-05 (2), 6-08 (1),
7-01 (1), 7-05 (1), 7-06 (2), 8-03 (2)
5-02 (1), 5-12 (1), 8-06 (1)
5-10 (1)
5-03 (2)
3-08 (1), 6-11 (1), 7-01 (6)
7-02 (2), 7-10 (1)
4-09 (2)
6-02 (1), 7-10 (1)
2-01 (1), 4-06 (2), 4-10 (2), 4-11 (3),
6-02 (1), 7-08 (2)
7-09 (1)
5-10 (2), 6-06 (4)

years
yellow

yes
you
young

younger
youngest
your
zero

79

6-07 (4)
1-03 (5), 1-06 (3), 1-07 (6), 1-08 (3),
1-09 (1), 1-10 (1), 2-01 (1), 2-04 (9),
2-05 (4), 3-03 (2), 3-05 (7), 3-11 (2),
4-01 (4), 4-04 (1), 4-08 (4), 4-09 (2),
5-06 (1), 7-04 (2), 7-05 (11), 7-07
(3), 7-12 (3), 8-03 (8), 8-08 (4)
1-07 (20), 1-11 (1), 3-09 (1), 4-01
(15), 4-08 (2), 7-08 (2)
5-11 (1), 6-11 (3), 8-10 (4)
1-03 (3), 2-09 (3), 3-01 (9), 6-03 (4),
6-05 (3), 6-06 (6), 7-02 (2), 7-09 (2),
8-07 (2)
3-01 (2), 8-07 (1)
8-07 (2)
8-10 (20), 8-12 (8)
1-04 (1), 2-08 (1), 8-01 (10)