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Starter wordlist: English to Turkish

ENGLISH PoS LANGUAGE


1987 (bin dokuz yz
1987 (nineteen eighty-seven) number seksen yedi)
20 years ago phrase 20 yl nce
2012 (twenty twelve) number 2012 (iki bin on iki)
about (10.30) adverb (10.30) civarnda
actor noun oyuncu
actress noun oyuncu
after (10.30) preposition (10.30) sonrasnda

havaliman
airport noun
alphabet noun alfabe
always adverb her zaman

artc
amazing adjective
American adjective Amerikan

angry adjective kzgn


animals noun hayvanlar

anniversary noun yldnm


apple noun elma

apple pie and cream noun elmal turta ve krema


April noun Nisan
soru sormak ve
ask and answer the questionsphrase yantlamak
at half past ten phrase on buukta
at midday phrase gn ortasnda

geceyarsnda
at midnight phrase
at night phrase geceleyin
at six o'clock phrase saat altda
at the weekend phrase haftasonunda
ATM noun ATM
August noun Austos
Australia noun Avustralya
Australian adjective Avustralyal
awful adjective berbat
baby noun bebek
bad adjective kt
bag noun anta

mzik grubu
band noun
bank noun banka

battery noun pil

be on Facebook phrase Facebook'ta olmak

Twitter'da olmak
be on Twitter phrase

ok gzel
beautiful adjective
before (10.30) preposition (10.30) ncesinde
big adjective byk
bike noun bisiklet
billion noun milyar

birthday card noun doum gn kart


biscuit noun biskvi
black adjective siyah

(black/white) coffee noun (sade/stl) kahve

mavi
blue adjective
boat noun tekne
book noun kitap
uu rezervasyonu
book a flight phrase
yapmak
tatil rezervasyonu
book a holiday phrase
yapmak
otel rezervasyonu
book a hotel phrase
yapmak
boot noun izme

bored adjective skkn


boring adjective skc

her ikisi
both pronoun

bottle of mineral water noun kaynak suyu iesi

satn almak
bought verb
box of chocolates noun ikolata kutusu
boy noun olan ocuu
Brazil noun Brezilya
Brazilian adjective Brezilyal

ekmek
bread noun
bride noun gelin
British adjective Britanyal
brother noun erkek karde
brown adjective kahverengi

bina
building noun

burger and chips noun hamburger ve patates

bus noun otobs


bus station noun otobs istasyonu
bus stop noun otobs dura
busy adjective megul
buy verb satn almak

internetten satn almak


buy things online phrase
by boat phrase tekneyle

by car phrase arabayla


caf noun kafe

gelmek
came verb
camera noun fotoraf makinesi
fotoraf makinesi
camera noun
capital (city) noun bakent (ehir)

cappuccino
cappuccino noun
car noun araba
car noun araba
cashpoint noun nakit ekme makinesi
cat noun kedi
cent noun sent
chair noun sandalye
arkadalarla ve aileyle
chat to friends and family phrase sohbet etmek
cheap adjective ucuz
cheese noun peynir
peynirli ve domatesli
cheese and tomato sandwich noun
sandvi
chemist's noun eczane
chewing gum noun sakz
chicken salad noun tavuk salatas
child noun ocuk
children noun ocuklar
China noun in
Chinese adjective inli
chocolate noun ikolata

chocolate ice cream noun ikolatal dondurma

klasik mzik
classical music noun
closed adjective kapal

coat noun kaban

coffee noun kahve


cold adjective souk
Colombia noun Kolombiya
Colombian adjective Kolombiyal
come verb gelmek
company noun irket
compare answers phrase yantlar karlatrmak
computer noun bilgisayar
cook verb piirmek

credit card noun kredi kart


croissant noun kruvasan
cup of coffee noun fincanda kahve

customer noun mteri


dad noun baba

dancing noun dans


daughter noun kz ocuk

gn
day noun
December noun Aralk

karar vermek
decide verb
diary noun gnlk

dictionary noun szlk

farkl
different adjective

zor
difficult adjective

ynetmen
director noun

bilgisayar kursuna gitmek


do a computer course phrase

do an exam phrase snava girmek


doctor noun doktor
dog noun kpek

dollar noun dolar

dont like verb sevmemek

download apps phrase uygulama indirmek

download music phrase mzik indirmek


download videos phrase video indirmek
giysi
dress noun
drink noun iecek
drink verb imek
drive verb ara srmek
driving test noun ehliyet snav
early adjective erken

kazanmak
earn verb
Earth noun Dnya
easy adjective kolay
eat verb yemek
eat out phrase darda yemek

yumurta
egg noun
egg sandwich noun yumurtal sandvi
Egypt noun Msr
Egyptian adjective Msrl
eight number sekiz
eighteen number on sekiz
eighteenth number on sekizinci
eighth number sekizinci
eighty number seksen

seim
election noun
eleven number on bir
eleventh number on birinci

email address noun e-posta adresi

bo
empty adjective
espresso noun espresso
euro noun Euro

Avrupa
Europe noun

her akam
every evening phrase
her hafta
every week phrase
every year phrase her yl
excited adjective heyecanl

pahal
expensive adjective

mehur
famous adjective
fantastic adjective harika
fantastic adjective harika
father noun baba
February noun ubat
festival noun festival
fifteen number on be
fifteenth number on beinci
fifth number beinci
fifty number elli
fill in the gaps phrase boluklar doldurmak

finish work phrase almay bitirmek


first number birinci
first name noun n isim
fish noun balk
five number be

uak yolculuu
flight noun
flying noun havayolu seyahati
food noun yiyecek
forty number krk
four number drt
fourteen number on drt
fourteenth number on drdnc
fourth number drdnc
France noun Fransa
free adjective bedava
French adjective Fransz
Friday noun Cuma

dost canls
friendly adjective
meyva
fruit noun
fruit salad noun meyva salatas

dolu
full adjective

sarmsak
garlic noun

vermek
gave verb
German adjective Alman
Germany noun Almanya

almak
get verb

e-posta almak
get emails phrase

get engaged phrase nianlanmak


get home phrase eve varmak
get married phrase evlenmek
get up phrase uyanmak
girl noun kz
girl noun kz
give verb vermek
go verb gitmek

go for a walk phrase yrye kmak

go on holiday phrase tatile kmak

go out with friends phrase arkadalarla kmak

komaya kmak
go running phrase
go shopping phrase alverie kmak

gezmeye kmak
go sightseeing phrase

go swimming phrase yzmeye kmak


go to a club phrase gece kulbne gitmek

go to a party phrase partiye gitmek


go to bed phrase yataa yatmak
go to concerts phrase konserlere gitmek
go to the beach phrase plaja gitmek
go to the cinema phrase sinemaya gitmek
go to the gym phrase spor salonuna gitmek
good adjective iyi

Good afternoon phrase yi gnler


Good evening phrase yi akamlar

Good morning phrase Gnaydn

Good night phrase yi geceler

ulamak
got verb
grandchild noun torun
granddaughter noun torun
grandfather noun dede
grandmother noun bykanne
grandparent noun byk ebeveyn
grandson noun torun
great adjective ok iyi
green adjective yeil
grey adjective gri
groom noun damat
guide book noun rehber

sahip olmak
had verb
half past phrase buuk

happy adjective mutlu

memnun
happy adjective
hate verb nefret etmek

have a car phrase arabas olmak


have a good time phrase iyi zaman geirmek

have a party phrase parti yapmak


have an idea phrase fikri olmak
have breakfast phrase kahvalt yapmak

arkadalarla kahve imek


have coffee with friends phrase
akam yemei yemek
have dinner phrase
arkadalarla akam
have dinner with friends phrase yemei yemek
have lunch phrase le yemei yemek

iki ocuu olmak


have two children phrase
home number noun ev telefonu numaras
horror films noun korku filmleri
hot adjective scak

scak su kaynaklar
hot springs noun
hotel noun otel

saat
hour noun
house noun ev
How many phrase Ka tane
How much phrase Ne kadar
How old phrase Ka yanda
hundred number yz
hundred number yz tane
hungry adjective a
husband noun koca
ice cream noun dondurma
ID card noun nfus czdan
in preposition iinde
in 2004 phrase ylnda
in 2025 phrase ylnda
in December phrase Aralk'ta

leden sonra
in the afternoon phrase
in the centre of the city phrase ehir merkezinde

akam
in the evening phrase
in the morning phrase sabah

hafta iinde
in the week phrase
India noun Hindistan
Indonesia noun Endonezya
interesting adjective ilgin
Italian adjective talyan
Italy noun talya
jacket noun ceket
January noun Ocak
Japan noun Japonya
Japanese adjective Japon
jeans noun kot pantolon
journey noun yolculuk
July noun Temmuz

sveter
jumper noun
June noun Haziran

key noun anahtar

kilo
kilo noun
laptop noun dizst bilgisayar
last night phrase dn gece
last week phrase geen hafta
last year phrase nceki yl
late adjective ge
leave verb ayrlmak
leave home phrase evden kmak

okuldan ayrlmak
leave school phrase
leave university phrase niversiteden ayrlmak

ii brakmak
leave your job phrase

ayrlmak
left verb
Libya noun Libya
like verb beenmek

futbolu sevmek
like football phrase

rock mzii sevmek


like rock music phrase
listen verb dinlemek
listen and check phrase dinleyip kontrol etmek
listen and practise phrase dinleyip denemek
mzik dinlemek
listen to music phrase
listen to the radio phrase radyo dinlemek

dairede yaamak
live in a flat phrase

uzun
long adjective
look at the photo phrase fotorafa bakmak
look for a flat phrase daire aramak
look for a house phrase ev aramak

yeni bir i aramak


look for a new job phrase
love verb ok sevmek

magazine noun dergi


man noun erkek
manager noun ynetici
map noun harita
map noun harita
March noun Mart
market noun pazar
married adjective evli
match verb eletirmek

match noun ma
May noun Mays
meat noun hayvan eti

bulumak
meet verb

tanmak
met verb
Mexican adjective Meksikal
Mexico noun Meksika
midday noun gn ortas

geceyars
midnight noun

mil
mile noun

st
milk noun
million number milyon
mineral water noun kaynak suyu
minute noun dakika
Miss noun Bayan
mobile (phone) noun cep telefonu
mobile number noun cep telefonu numaras
Monday noun Pazartesi
money noun para
month noun ay

moon noun ay
mosque noun cami
mother noun anne
motorbike noun motosiklet
move house phrase ev tamak

baka bir ehre tanmak


move to another city phrase
baka bir lkeye
move to another country phrase tanmak
Mr noun Bay

Mrs noun Bayan


Ms noun Bayan
mum noun anne

museum noun mze

mze
museum noun

mushroom pizza noun mantarl pizza

mzisyen
musician noun

nationality noun tabiyet


near preposition yaknnda

hibir zaman
never adverb
new adjective yeni
Ylba ncesi Havai
Fiek Gsterileri
New Year's Eve fireworks noun

newspaper noun gazete


next month phrase sonraki ay
next to phrase hemen yannda
next week phrase nmzdeki hafta
next year phrase nmzdeki yl
nice adjective ho
nine number dokuz
nineteen number on dokuz
nineteenth number on dokuzuncu
ninety number doksan
ninth number dokuzuncu

grlt
noise noun
not usually phrase genelde deil
notebook noun defter
November noun Kasm

oclock adverb saat


October noun Ekim
old adjective eski

on Friday evening phrase Cuma akam


on Monday phrase Pazartesi gn
on Saturday afternoon phrase Cumartesi ikindin
on Sunday phrase Pazar gn

on the left phrase solda

on the right phrase sada


on Tuesday morning phrase Sal sabah
one number bir
open adjective ak
opposite preposition karsnda
orange juice noun portakal suyu
p noun kuru
palace noun saray
parent noun ebeveyn

park
park noun

party noun parti

passport noun pasaport

hamur ii
pasta noun
pen noun dolma kalem
pence noun kuru

pencil noun kurun kalem


Peru noun Peru
phone number noun telefon numaras

pembe
pink adjective
plane noun uak
platform noun platform

play basketball phrase basketbol oynamak

bilgisayar oyunlar
play computer games phrase oynamak

play tennis phrase tenis oynamak

play the guitar phrase gitar almak

play the piano phrase piyano almak


Poland noun Polonya
police officer noun polis memuru
post office noun postane
postcard noun kartpostal
pound noun sterlin
present noun hediye

Devlet Bakan
President noun
purse noun czdan
quarter past phrase eyrek gee
quarter to phrase eyrek kala

raise money for charity phrase ba toplamak


rap noun rap
read verb okumak

read blogs phrase blog okumak

e-posta almak
receive emails phrase
red adjective krmz

araba kiralamak
rent a car phrase
restaurant noun restoran
return noun gidi-dn bileti
rice noun pirin
ride a bike phrase bisiklet srmek
right adjective doru
river noun nehir
road noun yol

room noun oda


Russia noun Rusya
Russian adjective Rus
sad adjective zgn
sales assistant noun sat asistan
samba noun samba

ayn
same adjective
sandwich noun sandvi

Cumartesi
Saturday noun
scared adjective korkulu

manzara
scenery noun
sea noun deniz

bilgi aramak
search for information phrase

oturma yeri
seat noun
second noun saniye
second number ikinci
sell things online phrase internetten sat yapmak

e-posta gndermek
send emails phrase
September noun Eyll
seven number yedi
seventeen number on yedi
seventeenth number on yedinci
seventh number yedinci
seventy number yetmi

gmlek
shirt noun
shoe noun ayakkab

alveri merkezi
shopping centre noun
shopping for clothes phrase kyafet alverii yapmak

ksa
short adjective
sing verb ark sylemek
singer noun arkc
single adjective bekar

single noun tek ynl bilet


sister noun kz karde
six number alt
sixteen number on alt
sixteenth number on altnc
sixth number altnc
sixty number altm
ski verb kayak yapmak

etek
skirt noun

uyumak
sleep verb
small adjective kk

soap operas noun dizi film


sometimes adverb bazen
son noun olan ocuk
Spain noun spanya
Spanish adjective spanyol
sparkling adjective gazl
speak German phrase Almanca konumak
square noun meydan

stadyum
stadium noun
start a new job phrase yeni bir ie balamak
start school phrase okula balamak

niversiteye balamak
start university phrase

start work phrase almaya balamak


stay in a hotel phrase otelde kalmak
stay with family phrase aileyle kalmak
stay with friends phrase arkadalarla kalmak
still adjective gazsz

strawberry ice cream noun ilekli dondurma

cadde
street noun
study English phrase ngilizce almak
study languages phrase yabanc dil almak
sugar noun eker

takm elbise
suit noun

Pazar
Sunday noun
supermarket noun spermarket
surname noun soyad
sweet noun ekerleme

yzmek
swim verb
swim verb yzmek

table noun masa


take photos phrase fotoraf ekmek
taxi noun taksi
taxi driver noun taksi ofr
tea noun ay
teacher noun retmen
tell verb anlatmak

on
ten number
tenth number onuncu
terrible adjective rezil
Thailand noun Tayland

the UK noun Birleik Krallk


the USA noun Amerika B.D.

tiyatro salonu
theatre noun
third number nc
thirteen number on
thirteenth number on nc
thirtieth number otuzuncu
thirty number otuzuncu
thirty-first number otuz birinci
thousand number bin
three number
three months ago phrase ay nce

atmak
throw verb
Thursday noun Perembe
ticket machine noun bilet makinesi
ticket office noun bilet giesi

kravat
tie noun
tired adjective yorgun
tired adjective yorgun
tissue noun kat mendil
today adverb bugn

birlikte
together adverb

anlatmak
told verb
tomorrow adverb yarn
tomorrow morning phrase yarn sabah
tonight adverb bu gece

fotoraf ekmek
took photos verb
tourist noun turist

tren
train noun
(train) station noun tren istasyonu

hafif spor ayakkabs


trainer noun

gezmek
travel around phrase

pantolon
trousers noun

tirt
T-shirt noun

Sal
Tuesday noun

tuk-tuk
tuk-tuk noun
tuna salad noun ton bal salatas
Turkey noun Trkiye
Turkish adjective Trk
twelfth number on ikinci
twelve number on iki
twentieth number yirminci
twenty number yirmi
twenty-eighth number yirmi sekizinci
twenty-fifth number yirmi beinci
twenty-first number yirmi birinci
twenty-fourth number yirmi drdnc
twenty-ninth number yirmi dokuzuncu
twenty-second number yirmi ikinci
twenty-seventh number yirmi yedinci
twenty-sixth number yirmi altnc
twenty-third number yirmi nc

ikiz
twin noun
two number iki
two hours ago phrase iki saat nce
ugly adjective irkin

umbrella noun emsiye


unfriendly adjective dost canls deil

mutsuz
unhappy adjective

university noun niversite

anssz
unlucky adjective

ou zaman
usually adverb

vanilla ice cream noun vanilyal dondurma

sebze
vegetable noun

vejeteryen
vegetarian noun

vegetarian lasagne noun sebzeli lazanya


very adverb ok
visiting new places phrase yeni yerleri gezmek
waiter noun garson
waitress noun garson

wallet noun czdan


watch noun kol saati
watch DVDs phrase DVD seyretmek
watch the news phrase haberleri seyretmek
watch TV phrase TV seyretmek
TV programlarn
watch TV programmes phrase
seyretmek
video seyretmek
watch videos phrase
watching sport on TV phrase TV'de spor seyretmek

water noun su

weather noun hava


wedding noun dn
Wednesday noun aramba

hafta
week noun
haftasonu
weekend noun

gitmek
went verb
What pronoun Ne
When pronoun Ne zaman
Where adverb Nerede
white adjective beyaz

Who pronoun Kim


Why adverb Niye
wife noun kar

kadn
woman noun
spanyol irketinde
work for a Spanish company phrase
almak
work in an office phrase ofiste almak
work in groups phrase gruplar halinde almak
work in pairs phrase iftler halinde almak

write verb yazmak

yaz yazmak
write verb

write a blog phrase blog tutmak


wrong adjective yanl

yazmak
wrote verb

year noun yl
yellow adjective sar
yesterday morning phrase dn sabah

gen
young adjective
zero number sfr
Definition

the year 1987


20 years before now
the year 2012
at approximately (10.30)
someone, especially a man, who performs in plays and films
a woman who performs in plays and films
later than (10.30)

a place where planes take off and land


a set of letters used for writing a language
every time, or at all times

very surprising
from, belonging to or relating to the USA
feeling that you want to shout at someone or hurt them
because they have done something bad
things that live and move but are not people, birds, fish, or
insects
a day on which you remember or celebrate something that
happened on that day in the past
a hard, round fruit with a green or red skin
a type of food made with apples which is covered in pastry and
baked, served (=provided) with cream
the fourth month of the year
to work in pairs, saying questions which you want your partner
to answer, and answering the questions your partner asks you
at 10.30
at 12.00 in the middle of the day

at 12.00 in the middle of the night


during the time when it is dark and people usually sleep
at 6.00
on Saturday or Sunday
a machine that you get money from using a plastic card
the eighth month of the year
a country north-west of New Zealand
from, belonging to or relating to Australia
very bad
a very young child
not good or pleasant
a container used for carrying things

a group of musicians who play modern music together


an organization or place where you can save and borrow
money
an object that provides electricity for things such as radios,
toys, or cars
have an account on the website Facebook, where you can
show information about yourself, and communicate with
groups of friends
have an account on the website Twitter, where people or
organizations can publish (=make available to the public) short
messages or pieces of information

very attractive
earlier than (10.30)
large in size or amount
bicycle
the number 1,000,000,000
a folded piece of stiff paper with a picture on the front and a
message inside that you send to someone on their birthday
a thin, flat cake that is dry and usually sweet
being the colour of the sky on a dark night
a hot drink made from dark beans which are made into a
powder, or a cup of this drink

being the same colour as the sky when there are no clouds
a vehicle for travelling on water
a set of pages with writing on them fastened together in a
cover
to arrange to travel by aeroplane at a particular time in the
future
to arrange to go on holiday at a particular time in the future
to arrange to stay at a hotel at a particular time in the future
a shoe that covers your foot and part of your leg
tired and unhappy because something is not interesting or
because you are doing nothing
not interesting or exciting

used to talk about two people or things


a bottle of water which is taken from the ground and contains
chemicals that are good for your health

Past Simple of buy


a box with small pieces of sweet food covered in chocolate in it
a male child or young man
a country in South America
from, belonging to or relating to Brazil

a basic food made by mixing and baking flour and water


a woman who is getting married
from, belonging to or relating to the UK
a boy or man who has the same parents as you
being the same colour as chocolate

a structure with walls and a roof, such as a house or school


a flat, round piece of food, usually made of meat, that is fried
and served (=provided) between pieces of bread, served with
chips
a large vehicle that carries passengers by road, usually along
a fixed route
a building where a bus starts or ends its journey
a place where buses stop so that you can get on or off them
working hard, or giving your attention to a particular activity
to get something by giving money for it

buy things on the internet


in a vehicle for travelling on water
in a vehicle with an engine, four wheels, and seats for a small
number of passengers
a small restaurant where you buy drinks and small meals

Past Simple of come


a piece of equipment used to take photographs
a piece of equipment used to take photographs
the most important city in a country or state

coffee made with milk that has been heated with steam to
produce a lot of small bubbles
a vehicle with an engine, four wheels, and seats for a few
people
a vehicle with an engine, four wheels, and seats for a few
people
a machine in a wall that you get money from using a plastic
card
an animal with fur that is kept as a pet
a coin in some countries with a low value
a seat for one person, with a back and usually four legs

to talk to friends and family, maybe online


not expensive, or costing less than usual
a yellow or white solid food made from milk
two pieces of bread with cheese and tomatoes between them
a shop where you can buy drugs, soap, etc
a sweet that you chew but do not eat
a salad with chicken in it
a son or daughter, also when they are adults
the plural of 'child'
a country in Asia
from, belonging to or relating to China
a sweet, brown food that is usually sold in a block
a sweet food with chocolate flavour made from frozen milk or
cream and sugar

serious music by people like Mozart and Stravinsky


not open for business
a piece of clothing that you wear over your other clothes when
you are outside
a hot drink made from dark beans which are made into a
powder, or a cup of this drink
having a low temperature
a country in South America
from, belonging to or relating to Colombia
to arrive somewhere
an organization which sells things or services
to see if two answers are different or similar
an electronic machine that can store and arrange large
amounts of information
to make food ready to eat
a small plastic card that allows you to buy something and pay
for it later
a soft, curved piece of bread, eaten for breakfast
a cup of a hot drink made from dark beans
a person or organization that buys things or services from a
shop or business
father
moving your feet and body to the rhythm (=regular, repeating
pattern of sound) of music
your female child

a period of 24 hours
the twelfth month of the year

to choose something after thinking about the possibilities


a book in which you write things that you must remember to do
a book that contains a list of words in alphabetical order with
their meanings explained or written in another language

not the same as someone or something else

not easy to do or understand

someone who tells the actors in a film or play what to do

to do a series of lessons about computers


to do an official test of how much you know about something,
or how well you can do something
a person whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt
an animal with fur, four legs and a tail that is kept as a pet
the unit of money used in the US, Canada, and some other
countries; $
to not enjoy something or think that someone or something is
not nice
download computer programs onto a mobile phone or small
computer
download recordings of sound that is made by playing
instruments or singing
download recordings of moving pictures and sound
a piece of clothing for women which covers the top of the body
and hangs down over the legs
a liquid or an amount of liquid that you drink
to put liquid into your mouth and swallow it
to make a car, bus, or train move, and control what it does
an official test that allows you to drive a car
before the usual time or the time that was planned

to get money for doing work


the planet that we live on
not difficult
to put food into your mouth and then swallow it
to eat in a restaurant

an oval object made by a female chicken, that you eat as food


two pieces of bread with egg between them
a country in Africa and Asia
from, belonging to or relating to Egypt
the number 8
the number 18
18th
8th
the number 80

a time when people vote in order to choose someone for a


political or official job
the number 11
11th
a series of letters, numbers, and symbols used to send and
receive email

with nothing or no one inside


strong, black coffee
a unit of money that is used in many European countries;

a continent

every day in the part of the day between the afternoon and the
night
every seven days
every 12 months
feeling very happy and interested

costing a lot of money

known by many people


very good
very good
your male parent
the second month of the year
a series of special events or performances
the number 15
15th
5th
the number 50
to write the necessary information in the gaps
to stop doing what you do as a job to earn money, usually at
the end of the day
1st
the name that comes before your family name
an animal that lives only in water, swims, and can be eaten as
food
the number 5

a journey in an aircraft
travelling in an aeroplane
something that people and animals eat to keep them alive
the number 40
the number 4
the number 14
14th
4th
a country in Europe
costing no money
from, belonging to or relating to France
the day of the week after Thursday and before Saturday

behaving in a pleasant, kind way towards someone


things such as apples or oranges that grow on a tree or a
bush, contain seeds, and can be eaten as food
a mixture of pieces of different types of fruit that is usually a
dessert

containing a lot of things or people

a vegetable like a small onion with a very strong taste and


smell

Past Simple of give


from, belonging to or relating to Germany
a country in Europe

to receive something

receive messages electronically


If two people get engaged, they formally agreed to marry each
other.
to arrive at your house or flat
to begin a legal relationship with someone as their husband or
wife
to get out of bed after sleeping
a female child or young woman
a female child or young woman
to provide someone with something
to move or travel somewhere
to go for a journey, often for enjoyment, moving forward by
putting one foot in front of the other
to go on a long visit to a place away from where you live, for
pleasure
to meet friends in a place which is not your home, especially to
do something for entertainment

to move on your feet at a speed faster than walking


to go to shops to buy things

to visit interesting places, especially on holiday


to go to a swimming pool, the sea or a lake and move through
the water by moving your body
to go to a place where you can dance at night
to go to an event where people enjoy themselves by talking,
eating, drinking, and dancing
to go to sleep in a bed
to go to performances of music and singing
to go to an area of sand or rocks next to the sea
to go to a building where you go to watch films
to go to a building with equipment for doing exercises
of a high quality
something you say to greet someone when you meet them in
the afternoon
something you say to greet someone in the evening
something you say to greet someone when you meet them in
the morning
something you say when you leave someone or when they
leave you in the evening or when someone is going to bed

Past Simple of get


the child of your son or daughter
the daughter of your son or daughter
the father of your mother or father
the mother of your mother or father
the parent of your mother or father
the son of your son or daughter
very good
being the same colour as grass
being a colour that is a mixture of black and white
a man who is getting married
a book that gives visitors information about a particular place

Past Simple of have


30 minutes past one o'clock/two o'clock/three o'clock, etc
pleased and in a good mood, especially because something
good has happened

pleased and in a good mood, especially because something


good has happened
to dislike someone or something very much
to have a vehicle with an engine, four wheels, and seats for a
small number of passengers
to enjoy yourself
to have an event where people enjoy themselves by talking,
eating, drinking, and dancing
to have a suggestion or plan
eat the food you eat in the morning after you wake up

to drink coffee with friends


to eat the main meal of the day that people usually eat in the
evening

to eat the evening meal with friends


to eat a meal that you eat in the middle of the day

to have two sons, or two daughters, or one son and one


daughter
the telephone number at the house or apartment where you
live
films or stories that entertain people by shocking or frightening
them
very warm

a place where hot water comes out of the ground


a place where you pay to stay when you are away from home

a period of time equal to 60 minutes


a building where people live, usually one family or group
used in questions to ask about the number of something
used to ask about the price or cost of something
used to ask about age
the number 100
the number 100
wanting or needing food
the man you are married to
a sweet, cold food made from frozen milk
an identity card
inside a place or area
in the year 2004
in the year 2025
in the last month of the year

between the middle of the day and the evening


in the middle of the city

during the part of the day between the afternoon and the night
during the early part of the day

on one of the five days from Monday to Friday, when people


usually go to work or school
a country in Asia
a country in Asia
keeping your attention
from, belonging to or relating to Italy
a country in Europe
a short coat
the first month of the year
a country in Asia
from, belonging to or relating to Japan
trousers made from denim (=a strong, usually blue, material)
when you travel from one place to another
the seventh month of the year

a warm piece of clothing which covers the top of your body and
is pulled on over your head
the sixth month of the year
a piece of metal that you use for locking doors or for starting
engines

kilogram
a small computer that you can carry around with you
yesterday evening
the week before this one
the year before this one
after the usual time or the time that was arranged
to go away from a place
to go away from your house or flat

to stop going to school


to stop going to university

to give up your job

Past Simple of leave


a country in Africa
to enjoy something or think that someone or something is nice

to like a game in which two teams of players kick a round ball


and try to score goals

to like loud, modern music with a strong beat, often played with
electric guitars and drums
to give attention to someone or something in order to hear
them
to listen and make sure that the answers are correct
to listen to something and then say it in order to improve your
ability
to listen to sound that is made by playing instruments or
singing
to listen to programmes broadcast (=sent out) on the radio

to have a set of rooms to live in, with all the rooms on one level
of a building

continuing for a large amount of time


look at a picture produced with a camera
to search a flat to buy or rent
to search a house to buy or rent

to search for a new job


to like something very much
a big, thin book that you can buy every week or month, that
has pictures and writing
an adult male human
someone in control of an office, shop, team, etc
a picture that shows where countries, towns, roads, etc are
a picture that shows where countries, towns, roads, etc are
the third month of the year
a place where people go to buy or sell things, often outside
A married man or woman has a wife or husband.
If two things match, they are the same colour or type.
a sports competition in which two people or teams compete
against each other
the fifth month of the year
the soft parts of animals, used as food

to come to the same place as someone else

Past Simple of meet


from, belonging to or relating to Mexico
a country in South America
12 o'clock in the middle of the day

12 o'clock at night

a unit for measuring distance, equal to 1609 metres or 1760


yards

a white liquid that babies and baby animals drink that comes
from their mothers' bodies
the number 1,000,000
water which is taken from the ground
a period of time equal to 60 seconds
a title for a girl or woman who is not married
a telephone that you can carry everywhere with you
the number for your mobile phone
the day of the week after Sunday and before Tuesday
the coins or pieces of paper that are used for buying things
one of the twelve periods of time that a year is divided into
the round object that shines in the sky at night and moves
around the Earth
a building where Muslims say their prayers
your female parent
a vehicle with two wheels and an engine
to leave your home in order to live in a new one

If a person moves to another city, they go to a different city to


live.
If a person moves to another country, they go to a different
country to live.
a title for a man, used before his family name or full name
a title for a married woman, used before her family name or full
name
a title for a woman, used before her family name or full name
mother
a building where you can look at important objects connected
with art, history, or science

a building where you can look at important objects connected


with art, history, or science
a food made from a flat, round piece of bread covered with
mushrooms, etc and cooked in an oven

someone who plays a musical instrument, often as a job


If you have American/British/Swiss, etc nationality, you are
legally a member of that country.
not far away in distance

not ever, not one time


recently made
fireworks (=objects that make a loud noise and bright colours
in the sky at night) on the last day of the year
large, folded sheets of paper which are printed with the news
and sold every day or every week
the month after this one
very close to something, with nothing in between
the week after this one
in the year after this one
pleasant
the number 9
the number 19
19th
the number 90
9th

a sound, often a loud, bad sound


not in the way that most often happens
a book with empty pages that you can write in
the eleventh month of the year
used after the numbers one to twelve to mean exactly that
hour when you tell the time
the tenth month of the year
having lived or existed for a long time
during the part of the day between the afternoon and the night
on Friday
on the day of the week after Sunday
between the middle of the day and the evening, on Saturday
on the day of the week after Saturday
on or towards the side of your body that is to the west when
you are facing north
on or towards the side of your body that is to the east when
you are facing north
during the early part of Tuesday
the number 1
A shop or business is open during the time it can do business.
in a position facing something or someone but on the other
side
the liquid that comes from oranges
abbreviation for penny or pence
a large house where a king or queen lives
your mother or father

a large area of grass, often in a town, where people can walk


and enjoy themselves
when people come together to enjoy themselves by talking,
eating, drinking, and dancing
a small book with your photograph in that you need to enter a
country

a food that is made from flour and water and is made in many
different shapes
a long, thin object that you use to write or draw in ink
plural of British penny; p
a long, thin wooden object with a black or coloured point that
you write or draw with
a country in South America
the number of a particular telephone

being a pale red colour


a vehicle that flies and has an engine and wings
the area in a railway station where you get on and off the train
play a game in which two teams try to win points by throwing a
ball through a high net
to play games that are on a computer, in which the pictures on
the screen are controlled by keys or a joystick (=vertical handle
you move to control a computer game)
to play a sport in which people hit a small ball to each other
over a net
play a musical instrument with strings that you play by pulling
the strings with your fingers or a piece of plastic
play a large wooden musical instrument with strings inside and
black and white bars that produce sounds when you press
them
a country in Europe
someone who is a member of the police
a place where you can buy stamps and send letters and
parcels
a card with a picture on one side that you send without an
envelope
the unit of money used in the UK and Ireland;
something that you give to someone, usually on a special day

the highest political position in some countries, usually the


leader of the government
a small container for money, usually used by a woman
15 minutes past one o'clock/two o'clock/three o'clock, etc
15 minutes before one o'clock/two o'clock/three o'clock, etc
to collect money from other people and give it to an official
organization that gives money, food, or help to people who
need it
a type of music in which the words are spoken and there is a
strong beat
to look at words and understand what they mean
read a record of someone's thoughts that they put on the
Internet for other people to read

receive messages electronically


being the same colour as blood

to pay money to use a car for a short time


a place where you can buy and eat a meal
a ticket that lets you travel to a place and back again
small grains from a plant that are cooked and eaten
to travel by bicycle
correct or true
a long, natural area of water that flows across the land
a long, hard surface built for cars to drive on
a part of the inside of a building, which is separated from other
parts by walls, floors, and ceilings
the largest country in the world,
from, belonging to or relating to Russia
unhappy
someone who serves customers in a shop

an dance originally from Brazil

exactly alike someone or something else


two slices of bread with meat, cheese, etc between them

the day of the week after Friday and before Sunday


frightened or worried

the attractive, natural things that you see in the countryside


a large area of salt water

to try to find some information

something that you sit on


one of the 60 parts a minute is divided into
2nd
sell things on the internet

send messages electronically


the ninth month of the year
the number 7
the number 17
17th
7th
the number 70

a piece of clothing worn on the top part of the body, fastened


with buttons down the front
a strong covering for the foot, often made of leather

a place where a lot of shops have been built close together


going to shops to buy clothes

continuing for a small amount of time


to make musical sounds with your voice
someone who sings
not married
a ticket for a journey that is from one place to another but not
back again
a girl or woman who has the same parents as you
the number 6
the number 16
16th
6th
the number 60
to move over snow wearing skis

a piece of women's clothing that hangs from the waist and has
no legs

to be in the state of rest when your eyes are closed, your body
is not active, and your mind is unconscious
little in size or amount
series of television programmes that continue over a long
period and are about the lives of a group of characters
on some occasions but not always or often
your male child
a country in Europe
from, belonging to or relating to Spain
A sparkling drink has bubbles in it.
speak the language of Germany, Austria, and parts of
Switzerland
an open area with buildings around it, often in the centre of a
town

a large, open area with seats around it, used for playing and
watching sports
to begin a new job
to begin going to school

to begin going to university


to start doing what you do as a job to earn money, usually in
the morning
to be in a hotel overnight
to visit family for a short period of time and stay overnight
to visit friends for a short period of time and stay overnight
A still drink does not have any bubbles in it.
a sweet food with strawberry flavour made from frozen milk or
cream and sugar

a road in a town or city that has houses or other buildings


to learn about English
to learn about languages
a very sweet substance used to give flavour to food and drinks

a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt that are made from
the same material

the day of the week after Saturday and before Monday


a large shop that sells food, drink, things for the home, etc
the name that you and people in your family all have
a small piece of sweet food, often made of sugar or chocolate

to move through water by moving your body


to move through water by moving your body
a piece of furniture with four legs, used for eating off, putting
things on, etc
to make pictures with a camera
a car with a driver who you pay to take you somewhere
someone who drives a taxi
a hot drink that you make by pouring water onto dried leaves
someone whose job is to teach in a school, college, etc
to say something to someone, usually giving them information

the number 10
10th
very bad
a country in Asia
abbreviation for the United Kingdom: the country of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland, in Europe
abbreviation for the United States of America

a building with a stage where people go to watch plays


3rd
the number 13
13th
30th
the number 30
31st
the number 1,000
the number 3
three months before now

to make something move through the air by pushing it out of


your hand
the day of the week after Wednesday and before Friday
a machine where you can buy tickets
a part of a building where you can buy tickets

a long, thin piece of cloth that a man wears around his neck
with a shirt
feeling that you want to rest or sleep
feeling that you want to rest or sleep
a soft piece of paper that you use for cleaning your nose
this day, or on this day

with each other

Past Simple of tell


the day after today or on the day after today
the morning of the day after today
the night of this day, or during the night of this day

Past simple of take photos


someone who visits a place for pleasure and does not live
there

a long, thin vehicle which travels along metal tracks and


carries people or goods
a place where trains stop so that you can get on or off them

a soft sports shoe

to travel from one place to another

a piece of clothing that covers the legs and has a separate part
for each leg

a piece of cotton clothing for the top part of the body with short
sleeves and no collar

the day of the week after Monday and before Wednesday

a small, covered passenger vehicle with two wheels and a


motor, used in India and other countries
a salad with tuna and mayonnaise in it
a country in Asia and Europe
from, belonging to or relating to Turkey
12th
the number 12
20th
the number 20
28th
25th
21st
24th
29th
22nd
27th
26th
23rd

one of two children who are born to the same mother at the
same time
the number 2
two hours before now
bad to look at
a thing that you hold above your head to keep yourself dry
when it is raining
not friendly

sad
a place where students study at a high level to get a degree
(=type of qualification)

having or causing bad luck

in the way that most often happens


a sweet food with vanilla flavour made from frozen milk or
cream and sugar

a plant that you eat, for example a potato, onion, etc

someone who does not eat meat or fish


a type of Italian food consisting of flat pieces of pasta with
layers of vegetables and sauce in between
used to make an adjective or adverb stronger
visiting places not visited before
a man who works in a restaurant, bringing food to customers
a woman who works in a restaurant, bringing food to
customers
a small, flat container for paper money and credit cards
(=plastic cards used for paying with), usually used by a man
a small clock on a strap that you fasten round your arm
to watch films stored on small discs
to watch the announcement of important events on television
to watch television
watch shows on television or radio

watch recordings of moving pictures and sound, especially


online
watching games like football or tennis on television
the clear liquid that falls from the sky as rain and that is in
seas, lakes, and rivers
the temperature or conditions outside, for example if it is hot,
cold, sunny, etc
an official ceremony at which a man and woman get married
the day of the week after Tuesday and before Thursday

a period of seven days


Saturday and Sunday, the two days in the week when many
people do not work

Past Simple of go
used to ask for information about something
used to ask at what time something happened or will happen
used to ask about the place or position of someone or
something
being the colour of snow or milk
used to ask about someone's name or which person or group
someone is talking about
used to ask or talk about the reasons for something
the woman that a man is married to

an adult female person


to work for a company from Spain
to work in a building where other people work
work together
work in groups of two people who are doing something
together
to make words, letters, or numbers on a surface using a pen or
pencil

to create a book, story, article, etc or a piece of music


write a record of your thoughts that you put on the Internet for
other people to read
not correct

Past Simple of write


a period of 12 months, or 365 or 366 days, especially from 1
January to 31 December
being the same colour as a lemon or the sun
the morning of the day before today

having lived or existed for only a short time and not old
the number 0; nothing
Example

I wasn't in this country in 1987.


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We were near the Opera House all
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and at midnight there were some
amazing fireworks.
It's American.

I'm never angry with my friends.


I love animals.
It's my wedding anniversary on
Sunday.
Your apples are in my bag.

The apple pie and cream for me.


My birthday's on April 22nd.

Ask and answer the questions.


See you at half past ten.
See you at midday.
She goes to bed at midnight and
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He worksfor at
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See you at six o'clock..
What did you do at the weekend?
There's an ATM at the post office.
My birthday's on August 23rd.
He's from Australia.
I'm Australian.
This small burger is awful.
Is your baby a boy or a girl?
It's not bad.
What's in your bag?
Ruby and her brother Phil are from the
British rock band, 'Big Noise'.
Is there a bank?

How much are those batteries?

And are you on Facebook?

I'm on Twitter, but I don't use it very


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John and Diane rented bikes for two
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The Earth is four and a half billion
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II love black
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I never travel by boat.
Your book is in my bag.
I used the Internet to book a flight.
You can book a holiday at
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You can book a hotel at
lastminute.com.
I sometimes wear boots.

I'm never bored at the weekend.


It was a boring morning at work.
We both like watching TV, but I love
watching sport and Hugo hates it.
Can we have a bottle of mineral
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They went back to Bangkok and
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How much is thatcalled Ting
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Is your baby a boy or a girl?
Is he from Italy or Brazil?
She's Brazilian.
I eat a lot of bread I love egg and
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Who were the bride and groom?
I'm British.
Kevin'sare
These mymybrother.
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There are a lot of old buildings in the
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Can I have the burger and chips,
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I come to this school by bus.


There's a bus station.
Is there a bus stop?
I'm busy on Friday.
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In my bag there's, er, let's see, my
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Madrid is the capital of Spain.
Here you are, Carol. A cheese
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Is that your car?
I usually go to work by car.
There's a cashpoint at the post office.
Oh, is this your cat?
That's thirteen dollars and ten cents.
Is this your chair?
Do you chat to friends or family
online?
The rooms are very nice, but the hotel
isn't
I like cheap.
French cheese, and I love Italian
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How much is a cheese and tomato
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Is there a chemist's?
How much is this chewing gum?
Can I have the chicken salad, please?
They have one child.
Anne and Kevin are our children.
We're from China.
I'm Chinese.
They love chocolate, of course!

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because I like classical music and
Hugo loves rock music.
It's closed on Mondays.

I love this coat, and these shoes.


We love coffee, but we like it black, not
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I love wearing jumpers when it's cold.
I'm from Colombia.
Are you Colombian?
I come to this school by bus.
It's a French company.
Compare answers.
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My birthday's on December 4th.
They decided to meet at the cinema at
half past seven.
Your diary is in your bag.

Your dictionary is in my bag.


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Who was the director of the films Jaws,
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I'm going to do a computer course
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I'm going to do an exam in June.


She's a doctor.
What a nice dog.

OK, that's thirteen dollars, please.

I don't like dancing.

Do you download apps?

Do you download music?


Do you download videos?
My favourite colour is pink and this is
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I drink a lot of water, about two litres a
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Good luck with your driving test.
I never get up early at the weekend.
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They're from Egypt.
It's Egyptian.
My mobile number is 07954 544768.
He's eighteen years old.
It's on June the eighteenth.
It's on June the eighth.
She's eighty years old.
Elections in Germany, Russia, Poland
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She's eleven.
It's March the eleventh.

What's your email address?


There were 25,000 people at the
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there were is
How much about 17,000 empty
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I work every evening from five to
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My sister lives in Poland and we chat
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I go to about four festivals every year.
I'm excited.
The restaurants are good and they
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It's March the fifteenth.
It's March the fifth.
He's fifty years old.
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It's on June the fourth.
I'm from France.
It's free.
I'm French.
I'm busy on Friday.
Istanbul is a beautiful city and the
people are very friendly
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were very
friendly and they sometimes gave Jo
and Antonia food and money.
He's German.
We're from Germany.
I write an online diary and get emails
from friends and family every week.
I get emails, of course, but I'm not on
Facebook or Twitter.

We're
I have going
dinnertowhen
get engaged.
I get home and
then I watch TV.
We're going to get married next year.
I get up at seven o'clock.
Is your baby a boy or a girl?
The girl is nine.
They give food and money.
I usually go to work by car.

I go for a walk every day.

I'm going to go on holiday next week.


We go out with friends a lot when
we're in London.

I'm going to go running.


Do you go shopping a lot?
I go sightseeing in the mornings and I
take a lot of photos.
I didn't go swimming because I can't
swim!
Let's go to a club.

Are they going to go to the party?


I go to bed at eleven.
Do you go to concerts?
I always go to the beach.
They go to the cinema a lot.
Are you going to go the gym?
He's a very good actor.

Good afternoon, Mrs King.


Good evening, Mr Brown.

Good morning, Mr Brown.

Good night, sir.


After they got home, they wrote a
book called
These Tuk-Tuk
are their to the Road.
two children our
grandchildren.
This is my granddaughter.
This is my grandfather.
This is my grandmother.
These are my grandparents.
This is my grandson.
IThese
think are
Bath is favourite
my a great place to live.
trainers, these
green ones.
This is my favourite suit, this grey one.
Who were the bride and groom?
I have a guide book with me.
Jo had an idea when she went to
Bangkok on holiday.
It's at half past eight.

They weren'twasn't
The concert very happy.
very long, only 33
minutes, but I was very happy to be
there.
I hate shopping for clothes.

We have a car.
Did you have a good time?

They're going to have a party tonight.


II have anhave
always idea.breakfast with my
husband, Lucas.
He's going to have coffee with friends
tomorrow morning.
I have dinner when I get home and
then I watch TV.
She's going to have dinner with friends
tonight.
I have lunch at 12.45 in a caf near
the shop.
We live in a very nice flat in the centre
of the city and we have two children,
Marissa and Marco.
What's your home
Hugo doesn't number?
like horror films, but I
love them.
It's
Bath very hot.
is famous for its hot springs, and
you can swim in the hot water at the
Thermae
We're in aBath Spa.
small hotel near the Blue
Mosque.
In the USA, children between two and
five years old watch TV for 32 hours a
week.
How
How old manyis your house,
brothers andTony?
sisters do you
have?
How much is an espresso and a
croissant?
How old is she?
It's a hundred years old, I think.
There are a hundred, I think.
I'm sometimes hungry at 4 a.m.
INick's my husband.
like French cheese, and I love Italian
ice cream!
I have my ID card with me.
It's in King Street.
Our wedding was in 2004.
He's going to move to Sydney in 2025.
He's
In thegoing to getI married
afternoon in December.
usually phone my
sister, Amy she lives in San
Francisco, in the USA.
IInlive
theinevening
the centre
Ian of
andthe city. have
I always
dinner at a restaurant called The
Sunrise.
See you in the morning.
I work every evening from five to
eleven in the week.
I'm from India.
I'm from Indonesia.
That sounds interesting.
Is Sofia Italian?
We
Thisaren't
is my from Italy,jacket,
favourite we're from Spain.
this black
one.
It's on January 25th.
I'm from Japan.
Is your watch
I usually wear Japanese?
jeans, a T-shirt and
these trainers.
He started his journey in Paris on
August 5th
It's on July
I usually 3rd.a skirt for work, like
wear
today, and I love wearing jumpers
when it's cold.
My birthday's on June 30th.

I have my keys with me.


At this festival people throw tomatoes
at each other 125,000 kilos of them!
I have my laptop with me.
I was at home last night.
Their wedding was last week.
We
Oh, didn't go to
it's time ongoholiday
we'relast year.
late for
class!
He's going
I leave home to at
leave
8.30his
andjob.
I start work
at 9.00.
I'm going to leave school in June, but
I'm not going to start university this
year.
He's going to leave university next
year.
Are you going to leave your job and
move to Sydney?
They arrived in Brighton, England, 98
days after they left Bangkok.
I'm from Libya.
Zoe
Theyand
likeBen like rice
football and and pasta.
Italian food, but
they don't like Chinese food or
homework!
They like rock music and Italian food,
but they don't like Chinese food or
homework!
Listen.
Listen and check.
Listen and practise.
I listen to music on my phone when I'm
on the train.
IWe
never
live listen to in
in a flat the radio.
the centre of the
city and we have two daughters,
Marissa and wasn't
The concert Teresa.very long, only 33
minutes, but I was very happy to be
there.
Look at the
They're photo.
going to look for a flat
together.
They're going to look for a house
together.
I'm going to do a computer course
here in
Krakw and then I'm going to look for
a new job in the UK.
They love chocolate, of course!

How much is this magazine?


Is your teacher a man or a woman?
Is Gary me.
Excuse a manager?
Do you have any maps of
London?
Do you have a map of Cambridge city
centre?
It's on March 20th.
There's an expensive market.
Are you married?
Match.

It was a great match and I was there!


It's
We on May
don't 13th.
eat meat, but we eat a lot of
fish.
They decided to meet at the cinema at
half past
All the seven.
people they met were very
friendly and they sometimes gave Jo
and Antonia food and money.
Do you like Mexican food?
Is Marco from Mexico?
I get to London at about midday.
I go to bed at midnight and sleep for
about seven
There are hours.
trains to London every half
an hour, and there's an airport in
Bristol, only 15 miles away.
I drink a lot of coffee, but I like it black,
not with milk.
There were a million, I think.
They drink a lot of mineral water.
It's about five minutes away.
Good morning, Miss Smith.
Your mobile phone is are in my bag.
What's your mobile number?
It's closed on Mondays.
I have some money with me.
This is the first Thursday of the month.
When did the first man walk on the
moon?
We're
Nick's in
mya father
small hotel near a my
and Fiona's mosque.
mother.
I usually go to work by motorbike.
I'm going to move house.
We're going to move to another city,
where my family lives.
We're going to move to another
country.
Good morning, Mr Brown.

Good afternoon, Mrs King.


Good afternoon, Ms Green.
I call them mum and dad.

Excuse me. Where's the museum?


In the centre of Bath there are five
theatres and some very good
museums, including the Roman Baths
and the Jane Austen Centre, about the
famous English writer.

Can I have the mushroom pizza?

Is Gary a musician?

What's your nationality?


It's nearhave
I never the bank.
breakfast on Sundays
because
I play football every Sunday morning.
It's a new car
We were near the Opera House all
evening, and at midnight the New
Year's Eve fireworks were amazing.

Is
Arethis
youyour newspaper?
going to have a dinner party
next month?
It's
Are next to theto
you going bank.
go to the gym next
week?
She's going to do a computer course
next year. are nice and they're very
The rooms
big.
My home number is 020 7622 3479.
She's nineteen years old.
It's March the nineteenth.
The house is ninety years old.
It's March the ninth.
The hotel was expensive and it was
sometimes difficult to sleep because of
the noise. usually go out in the
He doesn't
afternoon.
Your notebook is in my bag.
It's on November 1st.

The time is now six o'clock.


My birthday's on October 23rd.
It's a very old computer.

See you on Friday evening.


See you on Monday.
See you on Saturday afternoon.
See you on Sunday at two thirty.

It's on the left.

It's on the right.


See you on Tuesday morning.
Lee's phone number is 0161 288 9104.
It's open from nine a.m. to five p.m.
It's opposite the bank.
They drink a lot of orange juice.
That's sixty p, please.
Charlie visited a beautiful old palace.
Fiona
There and Nick
are a lot are mybuildings
of old parents.in the
centre and there are some very nice
parks.
Then there was a big party in the city
all night.

IOur
have my passport
children, withKevin,
Anne and me. well,
they like eggs and they eat a lot of
pasta.
Your pen is in my bag.
That's eight pounds and sixty pence.

Your pencil is in my bag.


I'm from Peru.
What's your phone number?
My favourite colour is pink and this is
my favourite dress.
I never travel by plane.
Which platform?

He can play basketball.

They don't play computer games.

I play tennis in my free time.

Can he play the guitar?

She can play the piano.


I'm from Poland.
He's a police officer.
Is there a post office?
Are these your postcards?
OK, that's eight pounds sixty, please.
It's a present.
How much does the President of the
USA earn a year?
I have my purse with me.
The film is on at quarter past four.
See you at quarter to twelve tomorrow.

They raised money for charity.


They listen to rock music and rap.
Read.

Do you read blogs?


I receive emails, of course, but I'm not
on Facebook or Twitter.
This is my favourite skirt, this red one.
We rented a car and travelled around
the country for two weeks.
The restaurants are good.
A return to London, please.
Zoe and Ben like rice and pasta.
He can ride a bike.
Yes, that's right.
There's a beautiful river.
Go along this road and turn right.

Are we in room 216?


He's from Russia.
He's Russian. sad when I say
I'm sometimes
goodbye to people.
Is Sofia a sales assistant?
Can you dance the samba like a
Brazilian?
I know we don't like the same things,
but I love having a twin brother!
My sandwich evening
On Saturday is in my we
bag.
went to that
new Turkish restaurant on Station
Road.
I'm sometimes scared when I fly.
Our favourite place was Cappadocia
the scenery there is amazing.
Charlie stayed by the sea.
I sometimes use the internet to search
for information, for example, directions
to a place I don't know.
There were 25,000 people at the
concert, but the stadium wasn't full
there were about 17,000 empty seats!
It only takes about 30 seconds.
It's on June the second.
Do you buy and sell things online?
I send emails , of course, but I'm not
on Facebook or Twitter.
It's on September 1st.
My mobile number is 07954 544768.
He's seventeen years old.
It's March the seventeenth.
It's March the seventh.
He's seventy
I always wearyears
a suitold.
and tie for work,
and this is my favourite shirt, this blue
one.
I love this coat too, and these shoes.
There are a lot of good restaurants and
hotels, and there's a big new shopping
centre called SouthGate.
IThe
hate shopping
concert wasfor clothes.
short, only 33
minutes, but I was very happy to be
there.
They can sing very well.
Beyonc is an American singer.
I'm single.

A single to Oxford, please.


Anne's my sister.
My mobile number is 07954 544768.
The car is sixteen years old.
It's on June the sixteenth.
It's on June the sixth.
She's sixty years old.
They can ski very well.
They sell beautiful dresses, trousers,
jackets and skirts, and they aren't very
expensive.
I go to bed at midnight and sleep for
about seven
We're in hours.
a small hotel near the Blue
Mosque.

I like soap operas.


IKevin's
sometimes sleep
our son andfor an hour
Anne's ouror two.
daughter.
We aren't from Italy, we're from Spain.
It's Spanish.
Still or sparkling?
Can she speak German?
There's a square.
There were 25,000 people at the
concert, but the stadium wasn't full
there were about 17,000 empty seats!
I'm going to start a new job in Cairo.
When did to
I'm going you startschool
leave school?
in June, but
I'm not going to start university this
year.
I leave home at 8.30 and I start work
at 9.00.stay in a hotel, I stayed with
I didn't
some friends.
I usually stay with family.
I usually stay with friends.
Still or sparkling?

The strawberry ice cream for me.


There were thousands of people in the
street every night and everyone was
dancing and having a fantastic time.
I study English.
II study
drink alanguages.
lot of tea, but I like it with milk
and sugar.
I love shopping for clothes and I have
about ten suits at home.
On Sunday morning we went to the
National Gallery.
There's a supermarket.
What's your surname?
How
Bath much are these
is famous for itssweets?
hot springs, and
you can swim in the hot water at the
Thermae Bath Spa.
I can't swim!

The table is from England.


Did they take photos?
He went by taxi.
Is Marco a taxi driver?
They drink a lot of tea.
I'm a teacher.
Tell me about your birthday.

Megan's twelve and Harry's ten.


It's on June the tenth.
My dancing was terrible!
I'm from Thailand.

He's from the UK.


She's from the USA.
In the centre of Bath there are five
theatres and some very good
museums, including the Roman Baths
and the Jane Austen Centre, about the
famous English writer.
It's March the third.
Thanks for those thirteen emails.
It's March the thirteenth.
It's on June the thirtieth.
She's thirty years old.
It's the thirty-first of August.
There are a thousand, I think.
My
Were home
you number
on holidayis 020 7622
three 3479.
months
ago?
At this festival people throw tomatoes
at each other 125,000 kilos of them!
IExcuse
go to ame,
class every the
where's Thursday
ticket evening.
machine?
Excuse
I alwaysme,
wearwhere's the ticket
a suit and tie foroffice?
work,
and this is my favourite shirt, this blue
one.
I was very tired at the end!
I'm always tired on Sundays.
How much are these tissues?
We hadand
Becky a lot of new
I have customers
dinner today.
together at
the same restaurant every Sunday
evening.
When she came back to England, she
told her friend Antonia what she
wanted to do.
See you
Are you going
tomorrow.
to go swimming
tomorrow morning?
Are you going to watch TV tonight?
I went sightseeing in the mornings and
I took a lot of photos.
I don't live here, I'm a tourist.
I listen to music on my phone when I'm
on the train.
There's a nice caf near the station.
I have about thirty pairs of shoes at
home, but I never wear trainers.
We rented a car and travelled around
the
Theycountry for twodresses,
sell beautiful weeks. trousers,
jackets and skirts, and they aren't very
expensive.
I usually wear jeans, a T-shirt and,
um, these trainers.
In English-speaking countries Friday is
an unlucky day, but in a lot of Spanish-
speaking countries Tuesday is unlucky.
Two English women travelled from
Thailand to the UK in a pink tuk-tuk!
How much is a tuna salad?
She's from Turkey.
I'm Turkish.
It's on June the twelfth.
Megan's twelve and Harry's ten.
It's on June the twentieth.
He's twenty years old.
It's on June the twenty-eighth.
It's March the twenty-fifth.
It's March the twenty-first.
It's on June the twenty-fourth.
It's March the twenty-ninth.
It's on June the twenty-second.
It's March the twenty-seventh.
It's on June the twenty-sixth.
It's March the twenty-third.
Hugo and I are twins, but our friends
tell us we're very different.
My home number is 020 7622 3479.
I was in a caf two hours ago.
It's ugly.

I have my umbrella, of course!


She's unfriendly.
They were very unhappy at the end
because it was Spain 1 Holland 0.

I'm a student at the university.


In English-speaking countries Friday is
an unlucky day, but in a lot of Spanish-
speaking countries
In the afternoon Tuesday
I usually is unlucky.
phone my
sister, Amy she lives in San
Francisco, in the USA.

The
I likevanilla icepasta,
rice and creamand
for Ime.
eat a lot of
salads
and vegetables.
I'm a vegetarian, so I eat a lot of fruit
and vegetables, but not meat or fish.
Can I have the vegetarian lasagne,
please?
It's very hot.
She loves visiting new places.
Is Marco a waiter?
Is Emma a waitress?

I have my wallet with me.


Is your watch from Japan?
They don't watch DVDs.
He's going to watch the news.
I watch TV a lot.
Do you watch TV programmes online?
Well, I watch videos online, but not TV
programmes. I love YouTube.
Hugo hates watching sport on TV.
I drink a lot of water, about two litres a
day.

They don't like


It's amazing the
that myweather
weddingin was
London.
five
years ago.
See you on Wednesday at two thirty.
My sister lives in Poland and we chat
online every week.
In Europe the weekend is Saturday and
Sunday, but in Egypt and Libya the
weekend is Sunday and Monday.
Jo had an idea when she went to
Bangkok on holiday.
What is the capital of Australia?
When did you last go to the cinema?
Where did favourite
This is my you do last Friday?
dress, this white
one.

Who was your first English teacher?


Why do you want to learn English?
Fiona's my wife.

Is your teacher a man or a woman?


I work for a Spanish company.
I work in an office.
Work in groups.
Work in pairs.

Write.
I write an online diary and get emails
from friends and family every week.
I use the internet to write a blog about
my life.
Oh, I got that wrong.
After they got home, they wrote a
book called Tuk-Tuk to the Road.

My
Thisphone
is my is three years
favourite old!yellow
tie, this
one.
II wasn't
was at at
thework yesterday
World Cup Finalmorning.
in
Johannesburg in 2010. I was very
young at the time.
Five, four, three, two, one, zero.