Unit 13 B

Practise reading
Study the words
village flour sugar to bake to be ready an oven
to smell (p.t. smelt) a wolf to catch (p.t. caught)

THE BISCUIT BOY
Many years ago there lived
an old man and an old woman
in a village. One morning the
old woman said, “We have flour,
sugar, milk, and butter at home.
I’ll bake a cake for my old man.”
So the old woman took some flour,
sugar, milk and butter and made
a cake which was like a little
boy. She put it in the oven in the
kitchen. Some time later Biscuit
Boy was ready.
She took the Biscuit Boy out of
the oven, put it on a plate on the
table and called the old man. He came, looked at the Biscuit Boy and
said, “I am very hungry. I shall eat this Biscuit Boy now.”
When the Biscuit Boy heard the old man’s words he jumped off
the plate and ran away. The old man and the old woman called,”Stop,
Biscuit Boy, stop!” They ran after him, but could not catch him.
The Biscuit Boy ran and shouted, “I am not a boy. I am a Biscuit
Boy.”
Soon the Biscuit Boy met a big grey
wolf. The Biscuit Boy did not stop. He
ran and sang “I am not a boy. I am not
a toy. I am a Biscuit Boy. You cannot
catch me. I ran away from an old man.
I ran away from an old woman. And I
can run away from you.”
The big grey wolf ran after the
Biscuit Boy but it could not catch him.

(to be continued)

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Check up

1. Answer the questions.
1. What did the old woman say one morning?
2. What did she use to make a cake?
3. What did the old man say when he smelt the cake?
4. What did the Biscuit Boy do?
5. What did the Biscuit Boy shout?
6. What did the Biscuit Boy say to the wolf?
7. What did the wolf do?

2. Complete the sentences.
1. An old man and an old woman lived in a ... many years ago.
2. One morning the old woman said, “We have ..., sugar, milk and butter at
home.”
3. The old woman said, “I shall ... a cake for my old man.”
4. She made a cake and put it in the ... in the kitchen.
5. The old man ... the Biscuit Boy and said, “I shall eat ... .”
6. They ran after the Biscuit Boy but could not ... him.
7. The Biscuit Boy sang, “... .”

3. Write the missing letters.

b k e c a c h o e n

a a y v l l a g e s e l l

j m p b i s c i t f l o r

4. Write sentences using the words below. Don’t forget to begin
your sentences with capital letters.
1. flour, took, woman, some, the, milk, old, sugar, butter, and, cake, and,
made, a.
2. my, shall, bake, man, a cake, for, I, old.
3. the oven, out, the Biscuit Boy, she, of, took.
4. eat, now, I, this, Biscuit Boy, shall.

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5. Choose the correct word.
1. Many years ago there lived an old man and an old woman in a ... . (town,
village)
2. I shall bake a ... for my old man. (bread, cake)
3. She took the Biscuit Boy out of the ... . (cupboard, oven)
4. The old man ... the Biscuit Boy and said, “I am hungry and
I shall eat it now”. (smelt, ate)

6. Find all the sentences with prepositions in the text,
copy them and underline the prepositions.

7. Find all the verbs in the simple past in the text.
Change them to the simple future.

8. Find all the nouns in the text.
Make them plural.

9. Make as many words as you can using
only the letters in the word strange.

great, ..., ..., ..., ..., ..., ... .

Just a rhyme

Girls and boys, come out to play,
The moon doth shine as bright as day.
Leave your supper, and leave your sleep,
And come with your playfellows into the street.

Come with a whoop, come with a call
Come with a good will or not at all.
Up the ladder and down the wall,
A halfpenny roll will serve us all.
You’ll find milk and I’ll find flour,
And we’ll have a pudding in half an hour.

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Mother puts a spoonful of sugar in the bowl. When the cake is ready we do not eat it. She bakes the cake for three quarters of an hour (45minutes). Next she takes a cupful of flour and mixes it in well. Then she puts it all into a cake tin. 7. Then she takes two eggs and mixes them into the sugar and butter. She rubs some butter on the outside of the tin. too. Sometimes she puts some fruit in. 4. 6. 2. Remember what you can. You will like it. 5. HOW TO MAKE A CAKE When mother makes a cake I help her. True or false? 1. Mother makes very good cakes. Mother makes very good cakes. I make very good cakes. Then she takes an egg and eats it. First she takes a bowl and puts a cupful of sugar and a cupful of butter in it. 3. Now try to make a cake like this. 102 . When the cake is ready we all help her to eat it. Help your mother! Check up 1. She rubs some butter on the inside of the tin first.Unit 13 C Practise speaking Study the new words to mix to rub a bowl a cupful a tin inside Read aloud. When I make a cake mother helps me.

sir... a village Tom’s grandmother lives in a village. C)... a cake I .. The man wanted to buy a cake. When mother . A passenger looked out of the window and saw a woman who was selling cakes. 4. of . She puts it all into a cake .. 1. 2... we all help her to eat it.. Complete the sentences.. Reading THE BOY AND THE CAKES for fun A train stopped at a small station. Use this box to write down new words from Unit 13 (B. Ask your mother to help you to write “How to make a cake”. sir. her. She .. 3..2. of the tin.. 4..” Some time later the boy came back... She .. “How much is the cake?” “Three pence... them into the . .. “There was only one cake..” 103 .. in it. but the woman was not standing near the carriage. Write your own example sentences and read them aloud. The man gave him six pence and said. and . 7. When the cake .” answered the boy. 6. some butter on the .. . He was eating a cake. two eggs and . He called a boy who was walking on the platform near the carriage and asked him. the cake for 45 minutes. and puts a .... Use the new words.. and with the other three pence buy one for yourself. He gave the man threepence change and said. 3. . “Bring me a cake. Then she .. First she takes a .. 5..

a lion a tiger a wolf   a bear   a fox a hare a monkey a cat a mouse a dog THE BISCUIT BOY The Biscuit Boy ran very fast. The Biscuit Boy ran down the hill and soon he met a fox under a tree. Soon he met a big brown bear on a hill. who are you? What song do you sing? Come here and sing for me. “Good day. Biscuit Boy!” said the big brown bear.” The Biscuit Boy stopped. I ran away from an old woman. “I am not a boy. The fox laughed and the Biscuit Boy fell down into the fox’s mouth. “I am not a boy. I ran away from a big grey wolf. And I can run away from you!” The fox said. “Stop. And I can run away from you!” The bear ran after the Biscuit Boy but it could not catch him. You cannot catch me. I am the Biscuit Boy. You cannot catch me. I ran away from a big. I am not a toy. grey wolf. “I didn’t have breakfast today and I am not well now.Unit 14 A Practise reading Practise the sounds. looked at the fox and sang. And nobody saw the Biscuit Boy again! 104 . Will you jump on my nose and sing your song in my ear?” The Biscuit Boy jumped on the fox’s nose. I am not a toy. I shall not run after you. I ran away from a big brown bear. I ran away from an old man. I ran away from an old woman. I ran away from an old man. The Biscuit Boy ran and sang. [I:] [I] sheep ship bit beat cheeks chicks chip cheap heel hill bins beans peel pill hit heat Study the words a bear    a hill nobody again    to be (feel) well Do you remember the animals? If there are new names for you in the list. I am the Biscuit Boy. The fox said. learn them. And I did not hear what you sang.

.Check up 1. 2.. bear) 2. here. The Biscuit Boy met a big . not..... 1. what. (on. sang. 4. (fox.. I.. “Will you jump on my . The bear . 3.” said the fox. down into its mouth. me. and sing your song in my .. you. Don’t forget to begin your sentences with capital letters. I. 3.. and the Biscuit Boy .. breakfast. I. ran. . 5. away. Do you think that the fox was clever? 2. 1. The Biscuit Boy .?” 6.. come... could. The Biscuit Boy ran down the . 1.. old. b e r b r o n h i l s n g n s e l a g h m o t h n o b d y a g a n 4. not. What did the Biscuit Boy say to the bear? 2. tiger) 3.. a tree. man. not. bear. on the hill. catch the Biscuit Boy. couldn’t) 4. for me. Write the missing letters. What did the fox say to the Biscuit Boy? 5. hear. 1. have. and. on the fox’s nose. sing. (nose. him. and met a fox under a . catch. on the hill. 3. did... an. Who did the Biscuit Boy meet under a tree? 4. Soon he met a big brown . ear) 5. 2. I ran away from a big . Complete the sentences. Write sentences using the words below. (could. Could the bear catch the Biscuit Boy? 3.. Choose the correct word. the.. What did the Biscuit Boy do? 6. The Biscuit Boy met a fox . today. 4.. not catch him. . did. The bear ran after the Biscuit Boy. (wolf.. for.... “Come here and . from. The Biscuit Boy jumped on the fox’s .. 105 . but it . What happened to the Biscuit Boy? 7.. 5.... The fox . 7. Answer the questions. under) 5.

.......... 106 .... A.... I have (a) toothache. Not so well... I have (a) backache... Work in pairs... I’m sorry to hear that... ..... I have (a) cold. I feel OK! I have a headache. What”s the matter? B......... What’s the matter? I feel terrible...... I have (a) stomachache.... I’m sorry to hear that.. ....Unit 14 B Practise your speaking REMEMBER How do you feel today? I feel great! I feel fine! I’m glad to hear that...... Make up short dialogues according to the model. What’s wrong? What happened? I have (a) headache....... I’m glad to hear that. 1.... How do you feel today? B.... B........ A. I have (an) earache....... A.. How do you feel today? A........... I have .. A...

Hello. David. A. B. Doctor Brown. headache backache stomachache 3. Make up short dialogues according to the model. Doctor. 6. B. 107 . Mrs. She has an earache. ARTHUR IS VERY ANGRY Arthur is very angry. How does Jane feel? Jane. B. Smith. You. Now you must stay in bed and have a good rest. I’m sorry to hear that. Practise the dialogue with your friends. 8. B. B. 9. Do you have little rest? A. The woman in Apartment 4 is playing the piano. The dog in Apartment 6 is barking. The people in Apartment 2 are dancing.2. What’s the matter? B. Yes. Work in pairs. He is sitting on his bed and he is looking at the clock. earache A. Not so good. It’s late at night. A. Read aloud. He has a bad headache and he cannot sleep. 2. 1. I don’t feel very well today. His neighbours are making much noise and Arthur is very angry. What’s the matter? A. Remember what you can. You. It’s very late and Arthur is tired and angry. backache cold earache 7. George. Do you work hard? A. The man in Apartment 3 is singing. I do. Mary. Fred. Yes. He has a bad headache because he cannot sleep. Hello. Barbara. 3. I think so. B. Bob.   stomachache   headache toothache 4. 5. I have a bad headache. How are you? A. Walter.

were) a holiday... A........ dancing    b. Make up your own sentences using the expressions above.. have. eating b.... I (has. are.. making much noise    b. listening to the radio b.... ... Choose the correct answer. REMEMBER to have a headache to have a toothache to have an earache to have a stomachache to have a backache to have a cold 7.4. had) an orange. Ask and answer questions according to the model. happy b.. have... were) in the classroom. The people in Apartment 2 are 6.. was.. What’s the man in Apartment 3 doing? B... The dog in Apartment 6 is a..... Today (is. Choose the correct words. angry 6. Arthur’s neighbours are 4.. sleeping a. washing the windows    b.. have. playing the piano 2. singing    a.. Today Mary (has. 108 . were) not in the classroom. The man in Apartment 4 is 5.? 5.... had) breakfast at half past nine. playing the piano    a. had) breakfast at half past eight every day. are. A. had) an apple.. Yesterday they (is.. was. 1... Yesterday she (has. were) not a holiday.. Arthur is a. 2. The woman in Apartment 4 is a. are......... 3. 1. Work in pairs.. have. barking 3. was. are. Today the children (is..... Today I (has.... was... Yesterday (is. He is singing...

(like) to play games...... he like to talk? 3......................... Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb to do.......... ... (like) to play games......................................... ...................... The simple present in interrogative sentences 2. they laugh a lot? 7................ (talk) and ............ 2..... He ...... 4............. They .. (talk) and ......... (spend) a lot of time together. you play Scrabble? 8................. .......... (be) good friends.. (like) to play games............... She ..... I ......... We ... (be) good friends.............. she play Scrabble? 109 ................ 11..... (talk) and ... ... I .. We .... 7...... 15........................... They .... 14... (talk) and . She .......................... she laugh a lot? 5........ (talk) and . They .... .... 10. 5.. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb............ (spend) a lot of time together.... she like to talk? 4.... 1.................................... He ......................... 9.............. 6.......... 3................ 12......... They ...Unit 14 C REVISION Practise grammar The simple present in affirmative sentences 1..... (be) a good friend......... (laugh) a lot.... He ...... We ............. (laugh) a lot...... 13..... .......................................... they play Scrabble? 10........... ...................................... (be) a good friend....... ............. you laugh a lot? 6...... ........................ (laugh) a lot.... (like) to play games............................. 16.................... (like) to play games.... (laugh) a lot...................... (laugh) a lot...... 1..... We ........................ he play Scrabble? 9.... ....................... 8............ I ....... you like to talk? 2..................

. Ann .. (not/drive) 110 .. His father . . Bob .. .. We live in England. They play football every day. Make the following sentences negative. ... We spend a lot of time at the library. They meet every day. 1. (not/go) 3. Women usually talk very little.3.. They play Scrabble at school. Helen and Susan are school friends.. The simple present in negative sentences 5. an engineer.. I am a dressmaker. Susan and Helen are neighbours. 8.. They play Scrabble. (not/be) 4. 7. I . Jim and John are friends. 6. He is a student. 2. .. German.. 1. (not/drink) 2. I you Do we live in England? Does he they she 4.. I like milk and my brother likes tea. Make questions with the correct form of the verb to do. . 3. 6.. 5. Make the following sentences interrogative... 3. . 2. 1. Jim. Jane .. Men usually talk too much. 4. 6. Put the verb in the correct form. 4.. (not/speak) 6. a bus. the piano very well.. John.. tea very often. 5.. He . 9. to Britain this summer. They are friends. (not/play) 5...

-y. -ow. -er -est Positive Comparative Superlative clever cleverer cleverest happy happier happiest narrow narrower narrowest simple simpler simplest three or more syllable adjectives more most Positive Comparative Superlative interesting more interesting most interesting beautiful more beautiful most beautiful careful more careful most careful REMEMBER Irregular adjectives Positive Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most much more most little less least 111 . -le.Unit 15 A Practise grammar Degrees of comparison one-syllable adjectives -er -est Positive Comparative Superlative long longer longest young younger youngest tall taller tallest two-syllable adjectives ending in -er.

friendly 6. Put the words below into the machine and write the words that come out. 1. The Suffix Machine is set to add -er and -est. early 2. beautiful more beautiful most beautiful difficult more difficult most difficult careful more careful most careful interesting more interesting most interesting clever cleverer cleverest easy easier easiest jolly jollier jolliest good better best bad worse worst many more most much more most little less least 112 . hot hotter hottest cloudy cloudier cloudiest 1. angry 8. lovely 3.Pay attention to the following changes. Copy the following adjectives. lively 4. Make up as many sentences as you can using these adjectives. heavy Add-er windy windier Add-est windiest Drop-y Add-i 2. windy 5. empty 7.

of the two trees 6. NOUNS train SELECT PLACE AN HE UP HERE ADJECTIVE RE CK NOUN PI train ON OFF tree health good way fresh giant famous actor express long meal 113 . Write the correct -er or -est form of one of the following words with each group of words below: hard high sharp warm large 1. For each noun below write an adjective that may describe it. Turn on the Adjective Machine and add an adjective to each noun. 4. climate in England Don’t forget to use the before the superlative. room season box book game girl sportsman picture city dress friend man 6. For each adjective below write a noun that the adjective may describe. of the two knives 5. marks in the class 4. room in the house 3. Use each pair of words in a sentence. large angry right true stormy happy busy lazy 5. word in the list 2.3.

The red bag is heavier than the green bag. I met my . This book is . Summer is . Smith. 4. Winter is the .. The mouse is . (more useful. The mountain is . Betty is taller than Jack.... The bear is one of the . most useful) 4.7. (colder.. 7. than the village. Mr. 2. This book is the most interesting of all.. 8. animals... Summer is the . girl in the class at reading. 9. Copy these sentences and underline the adjectives. Fill in the blanks with the following adjectives. The road is .. Lazy Jill is the . 2. 114 .. than the cat. 1. than bread. coldest) REMEMBER to compare different things we use than 9... (better. friend yesterday. He is the .. Cake is . most beautiful) 3... 7. than the hill... than that picture. season of the year. 8. season of the year. Spring is the best season of the year. 1. (hotter. Winter is the . hottest) 6. Choose the correct form of the adjectives in brackets. better worst smaller stronger hottest bigger higher coldest longer biggest 1.. 5. The lion is . 8. 3.. This picture is .. 4. season of the year. sportsman in our country. Mary has a beautiful dress... 6.. 3. Bob is more careful than Jim. 6.. strongest) 5.. The city is . than the street.. 10... (stronger... best) 2. (more beautiful. Smith is older than Mrs. than that book... Winter is the worst season of the year. than spring. than the monkey. 5.

Do Mr. Check up 1. 2. THE NICEST PERSON Mr. She is friendly. Jackson don’t agree with their neighbours. They think she is the most polite and prettiest girl that they know. They think that she is the friendliest. True or false? 1. 1. Jackson are very proud of their daughter Linda. What person is Linda? 3. 3. and Mrs. Answer the questions. Her parents’ friends like her very much. They think that Linda is a wonderful girl. the most polite and the cleverest girl that they know. and Mrs. 2. and Mrs. Linda is very polite and friendly but she is not clever. she is clever.Unit 15 B Practise speaking Study the new words a person friendly polite clever a neighbour to agree Read aloud. 5. She is polite. and Mrs. Jackson’s friends and neighbours like Linda very much. They also say that she is the prettiest. Jackson have a son Tom by name. and they are proud of their daughter. Mr. She is also very pretty. She is a very nice person. 4. and Mrs. Jackson proud of? 2. Mr. Jackson’s friends like Linda? 4. and Mrs. Jackson agree. They say that she is the nicest person they know. Remember what you can. Mr. What do their friends and neighbours say about Linda? 115 . Who are Mr. and Mrs. Mr.

................... What about you? Talk about the nicest person you know.. Complete the dialogue using the text.......................... Of course she is. A. ............ A.............. Do they think thot Linda is the prettiest person? 7.... or a child 116 . ..... But I liked your old flat. 4............ She is the most interesting person I know. A............................ ....................... using the words in the boxes.... bicycle kitchen sofa fast light nice house TV set car beautiful big comfortable 6..... a person = a man.. ......... 5.. Is Linda the most polite and the cleverest girl.... I think you will like my new flat.. I agree... A.. B... You know.... Act a dialogue according to the model................. a woman......... B.......... But my new flat is larger.. B........ The neighbours are talking about Linda. She is the nicest girl that I know............... I think Linda is very nice.................. ..... Do they say that Linda is a wonderful girl? 3.. That’s right. I think your friend Margaret is very interesting................ using the words in the boxes.. they know? 6................... 5............ . It was large.. Act a dialogue according to the model........ Work in pairs.......... ... A...... ............. B... A. B....

pussy-cat. 1. Who is taller/the tallest? 2. Compare them. Talk about all the members of your family. where have you been?” “I’ve been to London to look at the Queen. what did you do there?” “I frightened a little mouse under her chair. pussy-cat.” 117 . The questions will help you. Is he/she a clever person? 6. The questions will help you.” “Pussy-cat. Who is older/the oldest? 3. Why is he/she the nicest person? Just a rhyme “Pussy-cat. Who is he/she? 2. your brother your sister Nancy your aunt Lucy friendly pretty cold Larry your neighbour this story lazy noisy funny 7. Who is cleverer/the cleverest? 8. Write a story about the nicest person you know. 1. Is he/she a kind person? 5. Who is younger/the youngest? 4. What does he/she do? 3. How does he/she look like? 4.

bowed to the King and walked out of the King’s house. Go. Then his appetite will come back and he will be strong again.Unit 15 C Practise reading Study the words food hunger to die of hunger appetite matter What is the matter? weak wise strong delicious to taste to bow to be sure (of) to get thinner to step THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD (Part one) Once there lived a King who had one son. “The Prince does not eat his food. 118 . He was tired of eating. King”. and now. We are afraid he will die of hunger.” “O. “do not think about your son. King. he is getting thinner every day. The prince was ill.” The King’s servants went away to find the Wise Man of the village. I am afraid he will die of hunger. answered the Wise Man. Soon they came back with an old man with long white hair. The Wise Man bowed to the King and asked. what can I do for you?” The King told the Wise Man what the matter was. The Queen looked at her son and said. “The Prince was once strong and fat.” One morning the King called all his servants and said.” Then he stepped back. Look at him. He is ill. Let the young Prince find the best food in the world. He will die of hunger. I am sure he will help us. The delicious food in his father’s house did not taste good to him. how weak he is. He does not eat his food. find the Wise Man of the village. “My son has lost his appetite. “O.

What did the Queen say? 3. the Wise Man... bowed.. 1.. No . What did the Wise Man do.. Write sentences using the words below. then. morning.. servants.. . I am afraid he will .. 5..” 5. him. food of his father’s house tasted good to him. he will help us. The Wise Man . the King. . “My son has lost his . did not. stepped. food.. will come back.” 3.. in. He liked the food in his father’s house. and he will be strong again. The Wise Man said. back. the young Prince. 2.. “Look at him. The King bowed to the Wise Man.Check up 1.. bowed. Go and find the Wise Man of the village. 4. .. before he went out of the King’s house? 3. 119 . before the King.. the. before. Answer the questions.. 4. 6. good. taste. Then the Wise Man . 4. I . and. the best. 3. Complete the sentences. he. the King. What did the King say to his servants? 4. to.. one. . 5. His appetite will come back and he will be strong again. 2. The Prince does not eat his food. food... Where did the servants go? 5.. 3. Don’t forget to begin your sentences with capital letters. all.. Why was the Prince ill? 2. “Do not let your son find the best food in the world. back. 2. What did the Wise Man say? 8.” 4. father’s. his. 1. house. The Queen looked at her son and said. The Prince was happy. to.” 7. What did the King tell the Wise Man? 7. “Then his . how strong he is.. He is . in the world. find.. The King said. delicious. 1. . let. his. 2. bowed to the King and walked out of the King’s house. called. the King. With whom did they come back? 6. True or false? 1.

5. Write the missing letters.

p r i n e a p e t i t e w s e

d e l i i o u s l s e w a k

t s t e h o s e h n g e r

6. Find all the adjectives in the text.
Write them in the correct boxes.

Positive Comparative Superlative

7. Noun Race.
You must have a pencil and a piece of paper. When your teacher says
”Go!”, write down all the nouns in the text. When your teacher says
”Stop!”, count how many nouns you have in your list. Who has the most?

Just a rhyme

Johny is over the ocean,
Johny is over the sea,
If you can catch Johny
You can catch me.

Johny over the ocean,
Johny over the sea,
You may catch Johny,
But you can’t catch me.

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Unit 16 A
Practise reading
Practise the sound.

th [D]

these they then this
with that them gather
breathe those thus

Study the words
to be sick of to pass either to invite a cook brown bread

THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD
(Part two)
The days passed, but
the Prince’s appetite did not
come back. The King invited
the best cooks. But the Prince
did not like their food either.
He cried, “I am sick of food.
Nothing tastes good”. And
the Prince became thinner
every day.
One day the Prince looked
into the mirror and said, “Oh!
How thin I am! If I do not eat I shall die of hunger. I must find the best
food in the world”. He ran out of the King’s house to find that food.
He came to a forest. Then he saw a boy. This boy was strong and
happy. The Prince thought, “This boy is poor but he is strong and
happy. I think he eats the best food in the world”.
“Hello”, shouted the Prince, “have you the best food in the
world?
“Yes, I have,” said the boy. “And I can give you some if you help
me.” Then the boy asked the Prince to cut down some trees. The
Prince never cut down a tree. But he tried, and he cut down many
trees. Then the boy took something out of his bag. He broke it into
two pieces and gave the larger piece to the Prince.

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“This is the best food in the world. Did
you work and get tired before having any
meals?” asked the boy. Then the Prince
understood what the best food in the world
was.
He went home and said to the King
and the Queen, “I found the best food in
the world.” And he took a piece of brown
bread out of his pocket.

Check up

1. True or false?
1. The Prince became thinner every day.
2. The Prince saw a little girl in the forest.
3. The boy was ill and unhappy.
4. The boy asked the Prince to play with him.
5. The Prince cut down many trees.
6. The Prince could not find the best food in the world.

2. Answer the questions.
1. What happened to the Prince?
2. What did the Prince say when he looked in the mirror?
3. Why did he run out of the house?
4. Who did he meet in the forest?
5. What did the Prince think about the boy?
6. What did the boy say to the Prince?
7. What did the boy give to the Prince?
8. What did the Prince understand?

3. Complete the sentences.
1. The Prince cried, “I ... ... of food.”
2. The Prince looked in the mirror and said, “Oh! How thin I
am! Now I must ... the best food in the world.“
3. The boy asked the Prince to help him ... ... the trees.
4. The Prince had never cut down a tree, but he ... and cut down
many trees.
5. The boy took something out of his ... .
6. The Prince ... what the best food in the world was.
7. He took a piece of brown ... out of his pocket.

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this. appetite. not. Find all the verbs in the text and write them in the correct boxes. Prince. to. 2. Write them in the correct boxes. back. is. what. poor. cut. the Prince. Write sentences using the words below. 3. is. boy. food. the. day. some trees. the. in. come. Write the missing letters. down. in. happy. the. boy. 1. strong. then. did. 5. but. he. days.4. understood. the Prince. 5. him. f o d s i c b r e d b o u n d e s t n d e t e r s t p m i r o s r n g 6. to help. 4. the. best. asked. was. Positive Comparative Superlative 7. mirror. Find all the adjectives in the text. one. the Prince’s. passed. Don’t forget to begin your sentences with capital letters. world. the. the. but. looked. and. Simple present Simple past Simple future 123 .

They .. (bake) a pie. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb to do. 3. ... 3. (use) apples. 10. 5. Children love their mother and father.. . 2. Draw a line under the verbs in the simple present and two lines under the verbs in the simple past........ 124 .. Tom saw a picture on the wall. This morning we . they use apples? 9. . (bake) a pie.... (use) apples.. (use) apples.Unit 16 B REVISION Practise grammar The simple past in affirmative sentences 1. .. you bake the pie in the oven? 5.. you use apples? 8. Copy the sentences.. 1. 6... they bake the pie in the oven? 7. Yesterday I ... she bake the pie in the oven? 6. We . you make a pie? 3. 5. she make a pie? 2. This morning she .. This morning I .. 1. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb. 4.. 8. (bake) a pie. 1.... 7... They bought a new toy for the baby. Yesterday she . Yesterday they . I . 6. . . . The simple past in interrogative sentences 2.. Jill laughs a lot. .. (make) an apple pie. (make) an apple pie. The baker bakes bread for us.. 2.. (make) an apple pie.. she use apples? 3. . (use) apples. they make a pie? 4. 4. It often rains in England. She . 9...

6. Was the film interesting? B. 5. What did you do yesterday? B. 6. Jill rang him up an hour ago. It was warm yesterday. Split into two groups. Work in pairs. We shall play football after school. 5. My brother played with his cat. No. Did you like it? B. You may talk about anything you did yesterday.” 125 . The simple past in negative sentences 5. A. You brought your books yesterday. John will visit his friend. Write a short story: “Yesterday I went to . I did not like the story. 3. A. Make the sentences negative according to the model. No. 2. I helped my Mother to bake the cake. it was not interesting. I went to the cinema. I shall write a letter tomorrow. 4. One group writes a short story ”We had a party yesterday. Tom got up at 8 o’clock. 6. 3. Kate wrote a letter to her friend.” The other group asks questions and finds out how the first one described the party. 4. Draw a line under the verbs in the simple future and two lines under the verbs in the simple past... 8. The dog saw a cat in the tree. A. I didn’t like it. 7. They enjoyed the party. 2. 7. 1. I liked the story a lot. Make your questions and answers interesting and lively. Ask and answer questions according to the model. She liked to cook.4. 8. . 1. Copy the sentences. They made a pie for his birthday party.

”I’m sorry I got up late today”. What happened? Did …………. Well. No. I didn’t get up late. I didn’t miss the bus. I lost my bag.? A. No ………. I’m sorry I’m late. why are you late? A. She was late for the class. B. – she said. Did you miss the bus? A. What happened? Did you get up late? A. She missed the bus. No ………………………………… B. Mary’s Terrible Day Mary went to her friend’s birthday party yesterday.Unit 16 C Practise speaking REMEMBER Excuse me… I am sorry… Pardon… I beg your pardon… 1. B. Her teacher was angry. Did ……………………………….? A. ……………………………………. Practise the dialogue. why are you late? A. So she walked to school.……………………… B. ”Excuse me!” 126 . Work in pairs. B. Read aloud. Well. B.. She got up late today. A. I’m sorry I’m late. Excuse me. No. 2. B. A.. Complete the dialogue.

... There … many people at her birthday party...... 5. No.? 35 people.......... Did Susan miss the train? 5.....……… ... 127 ... 2.... 2.................... Did Sally miss the train? Yes.............. She … happy and had a good time.......? Monica sang. . All the people … happy there...………….... No............. he didn’t. I … not at the party.. Did Mary put on his coat yesterday? Yes. What happened? Fill in the blanks with was. I had a terrible day... I … ill yesterday....... 7...... there was much food there.. ....………….. 1........ 3... No I didn’t........... A... B... because I … at home and didn’t go to the party........ …… cold. Because…………………......... 4...... Did you sleep well last night? Yes.. 1... 3.. Because I went to a party last night.....? Yes........ were..........? I danced with Paul.? Yes.....? Yes.. 5... 6.. …… hungry. Yesterday … Mary’s birthday......... Richard is speaking about the last night’s party...3........ Complete the conversation using the text above...………..... He wasn’t tired........... A... …… hungry............ ............ A.......... Did Jack put on his coat yesterday? 6.. Why … you late for the class? day today? B.. …… late... The music … very loud.... Because………………….. Why ………………………......... ........ B........ A.... He asks her questions about the party.... ...... Why ……………………….. they were very happy....... My teacher shouted at me.... But my girl-friend Sylvia … there....... Answer the questions according to the model. Because…………………………….. Did Jane have a big breakfast today? Yes. I was tired.. 4.............. …… cold.... .. Why ……………………………....... You can come then... 6.. B.... What happened? B. Did Roger sleep well last night? No.. it was very loud..... …… late...…... Richard’s girl-frend is visiting him.. No. B.. A.. Did Tom have a big breakfast today? 4..... But I … not happy..... ................ at you? A.? Next week there is another party.. What does he say? The answers will help you to find the questions...... There … much food there.... Hi Mary! Did you have a good A..... I did.. Why did your teacher shout B.. Because I was late for the class...

I shall open my holidays at the seaside. Do not forget English! Practise it every now and then! Holidays are here again! Have nice holidays! 128 ..? B. Work in pairs.Check up 7. ……………………………. A. Will you spend your holidays with your parents? B. How will you …………….. A. …………………………… 9. Where will you spend your holidays? B. Make up a dialogue according to the model. What about you? Answer the questions. I shall spend my holidays with my parents. Work in pairs. Write a short story about your coming holidays.? B. A. Work in pairs.. Yes. Did you go to a party last night? What did you do last night? Did you get up late today? What time did you get up? How did you get to class today? Did you come on time? 8. We shall ………………. A. Discuss it with your friends.

որն արտասանվում է [iz]։ -s վերջավորությունը արտասանվում է՝ [s] խուլ բաղաձայններից հետո. sh վերջավորություն ունեցող գոյականներին ավելացվում է -es. books cups cats hats [z] ձայնեղ բաղաձայններից և ձայնավորներից հետո. bags boys balls ties pens toys birds days Եթե գոյականն ավարտվում է՝ բաղաձայն + y y տառը փոխվում է i տառի և վերջում ավելացվում է -es. իսկ s. boy – boys toy – toys f-ով կամ fe-ով f տառը փոխվում է v տառի և վերջում ավելանում է -es. ss. ch. a country countries a city cities a baby babies a story stories ձայնավոր + y վերջում ավելացվում է միայն -s. x.GRAMMAR GUIDE The noun The Formation of the Plural Գոյականների հոգնակի թիվը կազմվում է -s վերջավորությամբ. a leaf – leaves a shelf – shelves a wife – wives a knife – knives 129 .

ստացական հոլովը կազմվում է այնպես. Մի խումբ գոյականների հոգնակին կազմվում է արմատի ձայնավորի փոփոխությամբ՝ առանց որևէ վերջավորության։ a man – men a mouse – mice a woman – women a tooth – teeth a foot – feet a goose – geese The Formation of the Possessive Case of the Nouns 1. Գոյականների հոգնակի ստացականը կազմելիս ավելացվում է միայն -’. Ստացական հոլովը (Possessive Case) ցույց է տալիս պատկա­ նե­լություն։ Գոյականների եզակի ստացականը կազմվում է հիմքին -’s ավելացնելով. the boy’s book – տղայի գիրքը the girl’s doll – աղջկա տիկնիկը the baby’s toy – երեխայի խաղալիքը the man’s hat – մարդու գլխարկը 2. the boys’ books – տղաների գրքերը the girls’ dolls – աղջիկների տիկնիկները the babies’ toys – երեխաների խաղալիքները the teachers’ room – ուսուցիչների սենյակը 3. ինչպես եզակի թվում՝ -’s ավելացնելով. Եթե գոյականների հոգնակին կազմվում է արմատի ձայնավորի փոփոխությամբ. the men’s hats – տղամարդկանց գլխարկները the women’s eyes – կանանց աչքերը the children’s pens – երեխաների գրիչները 130 .

իսկ գերադրական աստիճանը՝ (Superlative Degree) -est վերջավորությունն ավելացնելով. Որոշ ածականների համեմատության աստիճանները կազմվում են այլ արմատից. իսկ գերադրական աստիճանը՝ most բառերի օգնությամբ. long – longer – the longest big – bigger – the biggest strong – stronger – the strongest happy – happier – the happiest 2. Ածականները գերադրական աստիճանում օգտագործվում են the որոշիչ հոդի հետ։ 131 . difficult – more difficult – the most difficult beautiful – more beautiful – the most beautiful interesting – more interesting – the most interesting active – more active – the most active 3. Բազմավանկ ածականների համեմատական աստիճանը կազմվում է more. good – better – the best bad – worse – the worst little – less – the least much more – the most many far – farther – the farthest 4.The adjective The Degrees of Comparison 1. Միավանկ և որոշ երկվանկ ածականների համեմատական աստիճանը (Comparative Degree) կազմվում է բառի հիմքին -er.

նրանից անորոշ գոյականից առաջ առաջ գրվում է “the” որոշիչ հոդը. a man – տղամարդ a book – գիրք the table – սեղանը a pen – գրիչ the dog – շունը a dog – շուն the boy – տղան the girl – աղջիկը “an” անորոշ հոդը դրվում է ձայնավորով սկսվող անորոշ գոյականից առաջ. an apple – խնձոր an egg – ձու an inkpot – թանաքաման an aunt – մորաքույր The Pronoun Personal Pronouns Possessive Pronouns I We Me Us My Our You You You You Your Your He Him His She They Her Them Her Their It It Its 132 .The article The Indefinite Article The Definite Article a/an the “a” անորոշ հոդը դրվում Երբ գոյականը հայտնի է բաղաձայնով սկսվող կամ ծանոթ է.

Demonstrative Pronouns Singular Plural this these մոտիկ գտնվող առարկայի համար that those հեռվում գտնվող առարկայի համար Indefinite Pronouns Affirmative Form Interrogative Form Negative Form some any no. not any somebody anybody nobody someone anyone no one something anything nothing 133 .

the one hundred and 123 rd three twenty-third 1000 th 1000 one thousand the one thousandth 134 .The Numeral Cardinal Numerals Ordinal Numerals 1 one the first 1 st 2 two the second 2 nd 3 three the third 3 rd 4 four the fourth 4 th 5 five the fifth 5 th 6 six the sixth 6 th 7 seven the seventh 7 th 8 eight the eighth 8 th 9 nine the ninth 9 th 10 ten the tenth 10 th 11 eleven the eleventh 11 th 12 twelve the twelfth 12 th 13 thirteen the thirteenth 13 th 14 fourteen the fourteenth 14 th 15 fifteen the fifteenth 15 th 16 sixteen the sixteenth 16 th 17 seventeen the seventeenth 17 th 18 eighteen the eighteenth 18 th 19 nineteen the nineteenth 19 th 20 twenty the twentieth 20 th 21 twenty-one the twenty-first 21 st 22 twenty-two the twenty-second 22 nd 30 thirty the thirtieth 30 th 40 forty the fortieth 40 th 50 fifty the fiftieth 50 th 60 sixty the sixtieth 60 th 70 seventy the seventieth 70 th 80 eighty the eightieth 80 th 90 ninety the ninetieth 90 th 100 one hundred the one hundredth 100 th 123 one hundred and twenty.

The verb The Indefinite Tenses The Present Indefinite Tense To Be Affirmative Interrogative I am We are Am I? Are we? You are You are Are you? Are you? He is Is he? She is They are Is she? Are they? It is Is it? Negative I am not We are not You are not You are not He is not She is not They are not It is not To Have Affirmative Interrogative I have We have Have I? / Do I have? Have we? / Do we have? You have You have Have you? / Do you have? Have you? / Do you have? He has Has he? / Does he have? She has They have Has she? / Dose she have? Have they? / Do they have? It has Has it? / Does it have? 135 .

Negative I have not / I do not have We have not / We do not have You have not / You do not have You have not / You do not have He has not / He does not have She has not / She does not have They have not / They do not have It has not / It does not have To Do Affirmative Interrogative I do We do Do I do? Do we do? You do You do Do you do? Do you do? He does Does he do? She does They do Does she do? Do they do? It does Does it do? Negative I do not do We do not do You do not do You do not do He does not do She does not do They do not do It does not do To Work Affirmative Interrogative I work We work Do I work? Do we work? You work You work Do you work? Do you work? He works Does he work? She works They work Does she work? Do they work? It works Does it work? 136 .

որն արտասանվում է գոյականի հոգնակիի կազմության օրենքներով։ The Past Indefinite Tense To Be Affirmative Interrogative I was We were Was I? Were we? You were You were Were you? Were you? He was Was he? She was They were Was she? Were they? It was Was it? Negative I was not We were not You were not You were not He was not She was not They were not It was not 137 . She. It does not work They do not work Present Indefinite ժամանակաձևում 3-րդ դեմքի եզակիում բայի արմատին ավելանում է -s կամ -es վերջավորությունը. Negative I do not work We do not work You do work You do not work He.

To Have Affirmative Interrogative I had We had Had I? / Did I have? Had we? / Did we have? You had You had Had you? / Did you have? Had you? / Did you have? He had Had he? / Did he have? She had They had Had she? / Did she have? Had they? / Did they have? It had Had it? / Did it have? Negative I had not / I did not have We had not / We did not have You had not / You did not have You had not / You did not have He had not / He did not have She had not / She did not have They had not / They did not have It had not / It did not have To Do Affirmative Interrogative I did We did Did I do? Did we do? You did You did Did you do? Did you do? He did Did he do? She did They did Did she do? Did they do? It did Did it do? Negative I did not do We did not do You did not do You did not do He did not do She did not do They did not do It did not do 138 .

որն արտասանվում է՝ [t] խուլ բաղաձայնից հետո worked helped jumped stopped [d] ձայնեղ բաղաձայններից հետո called played happened enjoyed [id] t և d բաղաձայններից հետո wanted shouted counted needed 139 . To Work Affirmative Interrogative I worked We worked Did I work? Did we work? You worked You worked Did you work? Did you work? He worked Did he work? She worked They worked Did she work? Did they work? It worked Did it work? Negative I did not work We did not work You did not work You did not work He did not work She did not work They did not work It did not work Կանոնավոր բայերի (Regular verbs) Past Indefinite ժամանակը կազմվում է -ed վերջավորության օգնությամբ.

The Future Indefinite Tense Affirmative I shall work We shall work You will work You will work He will work She will work They will work It will work Interrogative Shall I work? Shall we work? Will you work? Will you work? Will he work? Will she work? Will they work? Will it work? Negative I shall not work We shall not work You will not work You will not work He will not work She will not work They will not work It will not work Անորոշ ապառնի ժամանակաձևը (The Future Indefinite Tense) կազմվում է shall (1 դեմք) և will (II և III դեմքեր) օժանդակ բայերի և իմաստային բայի ինֆինիթիվի (առանց to մասնիկի) օգնությամբ։ 140 .

You are not working. She is working. We are working. You are working. It is not working. 141 . She is not working. You are not working. They are working. You are working. They are not working. He is working. It is working. We are not working. Interrogative Am I working? Are we working? Are you working? Are you working? Is he working? Is she working? Are they working? Is it working? Negative I am not working.The Present Continuous Tense Ներկա շարունակական ժամանակաձևը (The Present Continuous) ցույց է տալիս խոսելու պահին ընթացքի մեջ գտնվող գործողություն։ Այն կազմվում է to be օժանդակ բայից և իմաստային բայի արմատից -ing վերջավորություն ավելացնելու օգնությամբ։ Affirmative I am working. He is not working.

It cannot/couldn’t work. You can/could work. You cannot/couldn’t work. We can/could work. We cannot/couldn’t work. You can/could work. He cannot/couldn’t work. She can/could work. It can/could work. They can/could work. She cannot/couldn’t work. Interrogative Can/Could I work? Can/Could we work? Can/Could you work? Can/Could you work? Can/Could he work? Can/Could she work? Can/Could they work? Can/Could it work? Negative I cannot/couldn’t work. 142 . You cannot/couldn’t work. He can/could work. They cannot/couldn’t work.Modal Verbs Can/Could Affirmative I can/could work.

You may/might speak. May/Might Affirmative I may/might speak. He may/might speak. It may/might speak. She may/might speak. You may/might speak. You may/might not speak. She may/might not speak. He may/might not speak. 143 . You may/might not speak. We may/might speak. It may/might not speak. We may/might not speak. They may/might speak. They may/might not speak. Interrogative May/might I speak? May/might we speak? May/might you speak? May/might you speak? May/might he speak? May/might they speak? May/might she speak? May/might it speak? Negative I may/might not speak.

Interrogative Must I eat? Must we eat? Must you eat? Must you eat? Must he eat? Must they eat? Must she eat? Must it eat? Negative I must not eat. They must eat. Must Affirmative I must eat. We must not eat. We must eat. She must eat. He must not eat. It must eat. She must not eat. He must eat. They must not eat. You must not eat. You must eat. You must not eat. 144 . It must not eat. You must eat.

կատարել to draw drew նկարել to drink drank խմել to drive drove վարել to eat ate ուտել to fall fell ընկնել to feel felt զգալ to fight fought կռվել to fly flew թռչել to forget forgot մոռանալ to get got ստանալ to give gave տալ to go went գնալ to have had ունենալ to hear heard լսել to know knew իմանալ. The List of Irregular Verbs Infinitive Past Tense Translation to be was/were լինել to begin began սկսել to break broke ջարդել to bring brought բերել to build built կառուցել to buy bought գնել to catch caught բռնել to choose chose ընտրել to come came գալ to cut cut կտրել to do did անել. ճանաչել to lay laid դնել to learn learnt սովորել to leave left թողնել to lose lost կորցնել to make made անել to meet met հանդիպել to put put դնել (հագնել) to read read կարդալ to ring rang հնչել (զանգահարել) 145 .

Infinitive Past Tense Translation to run ran վազել (փախչել) to say said ասել to see saw տեսնել to sell sold վաճառել to send sent ուղարկել to show showed ցույց տալ to shut shut փակել. ծախսել to stand stood կանգնել to swim swam լողանալ to take took վերցնել to teach taught դասավանդել to tell told պատմել. ասել to think thought մտածել to understand understood հասկանալ to wear wore հագնել 146 . ծածկել to sing sang երգել to sit sat նստել to sleep slept քնել to speak spoke խոսել to spend spent անցկացնել.

[2enIwön] – áñ¨¿ Ù»ÏÁ. [@ 2geIn. ѳٳӳÛÝ   cj. [bI@d] – Ùáñáõù apology n. [b{g] – å³Ûáõë³Ï. [@ 2baut] – Ù³ëÇÝ article n. [E@] – û¹. [{ks] – ϳóÇÝ alive a. [b{k] – Ù»çù. – ³ñï³Ñ³ÛïáõÙ ¿ Ñ»é³óáõÙ ïíÛ³É air n. ³ÝÏáÕÇÝ April n. ³Ù»ÝÁ   all right – ß³ï ɳí. ³Ù»Ý µ³Ý (ѳëï³ï³Ï³Ý bear n. [2a:tIkl] – ù»ñ. Ëݹñ»Ù baby n. [2beIk@] – ѳóÃáõË and cj. í»ñÁ artist n. [bi:] – ÉÇÝ»É. [enI] – áñ¨¿ (ÅËï³Ï³Ý ¨ ѳñ­ó³­Ï³Ý basin n. [2b{kw@ds] – »ï. – µ³ëÏ»ïµáÉ anyone pron.   at the lesson – ¹³ëÇÝ ¹ñ³Ï³Ý   at the window – å³ïáõѳÝÇ Ùáï after prep. [bi:tS] – Íáí³÷ ³Ù»Ý ÇÝã. Ùáï³Ï³ÛùáõÙ arrow n. [2enITInÎ] – áñ¨¿ µ³Ý (ÅËï³Ï³Ý be v. ù³ÝÇ áñ acrobat n. [@t. [O:l] – µáÉáñÁ. [2{dZIktIv] – ù»ñ. [2{kt@] – ¹»ñ³ë³Ý   at home – ï³ÝÁ add v. Ýí³·³ËáõÙµ   v. ù³ÝÇ áñ appetite n. Ï»ëûñÇó Ñ»ïá autumn n. [2{pl] – ËÝÓáñ bed n. [b@ 2lu:n] – ÷áõãÇÏ answer n. ÙÃÝáÉáñï ³é³ñϳÛÇó airport n. [bI 2köm] – ¹³éÝ³É apple n. [2bju:tIful] – ·»Õ»óÇÏ appearance n. [@ 2pI@r@ns] – ³ñï³ùÇÝ ï»ëù because cj. ÏñÏÇÝ away a. Ñá¹ above adv. ³í³½³Ý ݳ˳¹³ëáõÃÛáõÝÝ»ñáõÙ) ÙÇ (ѳëï³­ basket n. ïáåñ³Ï an art. [@ 2tenSn] – áõß³¹ñáõÃÛáõÝ afternoon n. [bO:l] – ·Ý¹³Ï animal n. [2{kr@b{t] – ³Ïñáµ³ï  as … as – ³ÛÝå»ë ÇÝãå»ë act v. µ³ñÓñ back n. ë³ÉÇÏ. [A:m] – µ³½áõÏ. [@ 2laud] – µ³ñÓñ³Ó³ÛÝ. [2E@pO:t] – û¹³Ý³í³Ï³Û³Ý axe n. [@ 2kO:dIÎ] – ѳٳå³ï³ë­ as adv. áõ ball n. [bI 2kOz] – áñáíÑ»ï¨. beach n. {nd] – ¨. è bee n. @ 2gen] – ÝáñÇó. [eIdZ] – ѳë³Ï adv. [bE@] – Ù»ñÏ. [@ 2böv] – í»ñ¨áõÙ. [2a:nt] – Ñáñ³ùáõÛñ. [@ 2raund] – ßáõñçÁ. ϻݹ³ÝÇ all n. [A:t] – ³ñí»ëï about prep. ·áïÇ. ɳí Bb   It’s all right – ²Ù»Ý ÇÝã É³í ¿. [{d] – ³í»É³óÝ»É   at school – ¹åñáóáõÙ adjective n. [b{nd] – ųå³í»Ý. áñå»ë ˳ݳµ³ñ. ¹³ï³ñÏ any pron. ³Ýáñáß Ñá¹ baker n. [bi:] – Ù»Õáõ armchair n. [2A:ft@nu:n] – Ï»ëûñÇó Ñ»ïá August n. [2A:ns@] – å³ï³ëË³Ý band n. [2{rou] – Ý»ï a art. {t] – Ùáï actor n. – å³ï³ëË³Ý»É bar n. [@ 2pOl@dZI] – Ý»ñáÕáõÃÛáõÝ beautiful a. [{kt] – ϳï³ñ»É ask v. [2eIpr@l] – ³åñÇÉ   to go to bed – ³ÝÏáÕÇÝ ÙïÝ»É apricot n. [2O:lw@z] – ÙÇßï bad a. [2{nIm@l] – ϻݹ³ÝÇ balloon n. [A:sk] – ѳñóÝ»É. Ñ»ï¨. [@n] – ù»ñ. [2{lf@bIt] – ³Ûµáõµ»Ý backwards adv. [2ba:T] – Éá·³ñ³Ý. »ï. [bed] – Ù³Ñ׳ϳÉ. [beIsn] – Éí³ó³ñ³Ý. [2eIprIkOt] – ÍÇñ³Ý bedroom n. Ñ»ï alphabet n. [A:m2tSE@] – µ³½Ï³Ãáé 147 . [2bedrum] – ÝÝç³ë»ÝÛ³Ï arm n. [2O:g@st] – û·áëïáë   Good afternoon – µ³ñÇ ûñ. [2A:ft@] – Ñ»ïá attention n. [2{kS@n] – ·áñÍáÕáõÃÛáõÝ at prep. Éá·³Ýù Ù»ÏÁ bathroom n. ·ïÝí»É ¨ ѳñó³Ï³Ý ݳ˳¹³ëáõÃÛáõÝÝ»ñáõÙ). – »ñµ. [2O:t@m] – ³ßáõÝ again adv. [@nd. [@ 2laIv] – áÕç. [@2f@:m@tIv] – ѳëï³ï³Ï³Ý. µ³ñ¨ Ó»½ aunt n. [2bE@] – ³ñç ݳ˳¹³­ëáõÃÛáõÝÝ»ñáõÙ) beard n. [2{mbjul@ns] – ßï³åû·Ýáõ­ÃÛáõÝ bag n. [ba:] – ÓáÕ. [@z. ³Í³Ï³Ý   at five o’clock – ųÙÁ ÑÇÝ·ÇÝ affirmative a. [2a:tIst] – ¹»ñ³ë³Ý according adv. Ùáñ³ùáõÛñ   In the afternoon – ó»ñ»ÏÁ. [b{d] – í³ï ambulance n. [2{pItaIt] – ³ËáñÅ³Ï become v. [2ba:Trum] – ÉáÕ³ë»ÝÛ³Ï anything pron. í³×³é³ë»Õ³Ý ant n. [2beIbI] – »ñ»Ë³ aloud adv. [{nt] – ÙñçÛáõÝ bare a. {z] – ÇÝãå»ë. [@] – ù»ñ. ÇÝã-áñ bath n. [@ 2weI] – Ñ»é³íáñáõÃÛ³Ý age n. ¹»åÇ »ï always adv. ³Ýáñáß Ñá¹ art n. [2ba:skIt] – ½³ÙµÛáõÕ ï³Ï³Ý ݳ˳¹³ëáõÃÛáõÝÝ»ñáõÙ) basketball n. Ëݹñ»É action n. VOCABULARY Aa around adv.

ëïáõ·»É bracket n. [bl{kbO:d] – ·ñ³ï³Ëï³Ï card n. [breIk] – Ïáïñ»É. ³í»É chop v. ÏñÍù³í³Ý¹³Ï breakfast n. [2br{kIt] – ÷³Ï³·ÇÍ cheek n. [2baIsIkl] – ѻͳÝÇí candle n. [tSE@] – ³Ãáé bottle n. ѳëóÝ»É chocolate n. [2bukkeIs] – ·ñ³å³Ñ³ñ³Ý catch v. [buS] – Ãáõ÷. [k{t] – ϳïáõ bookcase n. Ï»é³ë bread n. [2k{r@t] – ·³½³ñ blue a. [tSest] – Ù»Í ³ñÏÕ. [2blauz] – ϳݳóÇ í»ñݳ߳åÇÏ carriage n. ÃÕÃ³Ë³Õ /pl. ËÙµ³Ï bus n. [2k{lInd@] – ûñ³óáõÛó bench n. [k{ndl] – ÙáÙ bird n. ·ÉáõË ï³É chalkboard n. [keIs] – ù»ñ. [keIk] – ÃËí³Íù below adv. [klA:s] – ¹³ë³ñ³Ý   to be busy – ½µ³Õí³Í ÉÇÝ»É classroom n. ïáõ÷ chart n. [blOnd] – ßÇϳѻñ carpet n. [2bröD@] – »Õµ³Ûñ Christmas n. [bel] – ½³Ý·. [braun] – ¹³ñãݳ·áõÛÝ church n. [blu:] – ϳåáõÛï carry v. [bOI] – ïÕ³ cheap a. [k{n] – ϳñáÕ³Ý³É /»Õ³Ý³Ï³íáñáÕ µ³Û/ bicycle n. [breIv] – ù³ç cherry n. [klous] – ÙáïÇÏ     v. íñÓÇÝ cinema n. [2k{rIdZ] – ϳéù blow v. [keIdZ] – í³Ý¹³Ï belong v. [k{tS] – µéÝ»É bone n. [bOIl] – »é³É. [baI] – ·Ý»É close a.before prep. [tS@:tS] – »Ï»Õ»óÇ brush n. óë. Ùë³í³×³é clever a. ·¹³Ï biscuit n. Ý»ñù¨áõÙ calendar n. [bOtl] – ßÇß chalk n. [bentS] – Ýëï³ñ³Ý call v. [2butS@] – Ùë³·áñÍ. [bu:t] – ÏáßÇÏ chair n. [kA:d] – ˳ճÃáõÕÃ. [brIdZ] – ϳÙáõñç child n. [2kE@ful] – Ñá·³ï³ñ. [bred] – ѳó chess n. [2si:lIÎ] – ³é³ëï³Õ boot n. [2boun] – áëÏáñ ceiling n. [klaIm] – Ù³·Éó»É button n. [bröS] – ËέݳÏ. [2bOIfrend] – ïÕ³ ÁÝÏ»ñ check v. [klOk] – ųٳóáõÛó buy v. [bIld] – ϳéáõó»É circle n. [tSIk] – ×áõï   to have breakfast – Ý³Ë³×³ß»É chiken n. [tSek] – ëïáõ·áõÙ. [ka:t] – ë³ÛÉ boil v. µ³ó ï»Õ careful a. ͳÕÏ³Ù³Ý change v. [2bOdI] – Ù³ñÙÇÝ. [bI 2fO:] – ³é³ç. [bOks] – ³ñÏÕ. ³Ýí³Ý»É big a. áõß³¹Çñ bloom v. [kA:] – ³íïáÙ»ù»Ý³ blackboard n. [2sItI] – ù³Õ³ù busy a. ÇëÏ. [2tSOk@lIt] – ßáÏáɳ¹ broom n. ѳíÇ ÙÇë bridge n. [tSi:p] – ¿Å³Ý boyfriend n. [tSeIndZ] – ÷áË»É box n. ï³Ý»É body n. í»ñ³µ»ñ»É cake n. [2k{rI] – Ïñ»É. Ã÷áõï city n. [s@:kl] – ßñç³Ý. ³ÛÉ clean a. [tSes] – ß³ËÙ³ï break v. í³é chimney n. ÑáÉáí book n. [2bIskIt] – ÃËí³Íù³µÉÇà capital n. – ÷³Ï»É 148 . [k{p] – ·É˳ñÏ. [2bau] – ËáݳñÑí»É. [baIt] – ÏÍ»É   capital letter – ٻͳï³é black a. [2böt@] – ϳñ³· climb v. [blu:m] – ͳÕÏ»É carpenter n. [2brekf@st] – Ý³Ë³×³ß chick n. [buk] – ·Çñù cat n. [kli:n] – Ù³ùáõñ. [2bötn] – Ïá×³Ï clock n. [bIg] – Ù»Í can v. [2tSerI] – µ³É. [blou] – ÷ã»É carrot n. [2klev@] – ˻ɳóÇ butter n. Ãáõß branch n. [bl{k] – ë¨ car n. [k{pItl] – Ù³Ûñ³ù³Õ³ù bite v. ÏÇÝá build v. [bös] – ³íïáµáõë circus n. [bI 2loÎ] – å³ïϳݻÉ. [2tSImnI] – ÍËÝ»ÉáõÛ½ bring v. »é³óÝ»É case n. [2sInIm@] – ÏÇÝáóïñáÝ. ½³Ý·³Ï cage n. [2boul] – ·³í³Ã. ç³ñ¹»É chest n. [2bIzI] – ½µ³Õí³Í class n. [brIÎ] – µ»ñ»É. [tSi:k] – ³Ûï. [2s@:k@s] – ÏñÏ»ë bush n. [bra:ntS] – ×ÛáõÕ cheese n. [bI 2gIn] – ëÏë»É. Ù³ùñ»É butcher n. [böt] – µ³Ûó. [tSaIld] – »ñ»Ë³ bright a. [2k{bIdZ] – ϳճٵ bell n. [2ka:pIt] – ·áñ· blouse n. [2krIsm@s] – ÌÝÝ¹Û³Ý ïáÝ»ñ brown a. ³éç¨áõÙ. ë³Ï³ÛÝ. ÙÇÝ㨠begin v. [2ka:pInt@] – ÑÛáõëÝ blond a. [2tSIkIn] – ×áõï. [tSi:z] – å³ÝÇñ brave a. Çñ³Ý cart n. [tSO:k] – ϳíÇ× bow v. [2tSOkbO:d] – ·ñ³ï³Ëï³Ï bowl n. [bI 2lOu] – ëïáñ¨. [braIt] – å³Ûͳé. [b@:d] – ÃéãáõÝ cap n./ blank n. [tSA:t] – ³ÕÛáõë³Ï boy n. [bl{Îk] – ¹³ï³ñÏ ï»Õ. [bru:m] – ó³Ë³í»É. ëÏëí»É Cc cabbage n. [kO:l] – ϳÝã»É. ¹»Ùù. [tSOp] – Ïáïñ»É ÷³Ûï brother n. [2klA:srum] – ¹³ë³ë»ÝÛ³Ï but cj.

[2defInIt] – ù»ñ. ɳó ÉÇÝ»É     v. [kOrIs 2pOndIÎ] – ѳٳå³ï³ë­ doll n. [2kuS@n] – µ³ñÓ Ï³ÝáõÃÛáõÝ customer n. [klaun] – ͳÕñ³Íáõ dance v.) do v. [k@m2p{rIsn] – ѳٻٳïáõ­ dinner n. [köp] – ·³í³Ã duck n. Ùáï»Ý³É department store n. [dök] – µ³¹ cupboard n. [2köntrI] – »ñÏÇñ. [2d@:tI] – Ï»Õïáï conjugate v. [dI 2semb@] – ¹»Ïï»Ùµ»ñ cold a. [d{d] – ѳÛñÇÏ cloud n. [dO:r] – ¹áõé count v. [2kouzI] – ѳñÙ³ñ door n. åݳÏ. – áõÕÕ»É. Ïïñ»É-³ÝóÝ»É drive v. [2daI@lOg] – »ñÏËáëáõÃÛáõÝ comfortable a. [2kOfI] – ëáõñ× dead a. ѳٳñ»É down adv. [dIg] – ÷áñ»É ï³Ï³Ý dining-room n. – ãáñ³óÝ»É cup n. [2döst@] – çÝçáó curtain n. [2dOÎkI] – ³í³Ý³Ï cosy a. ×ßï»É dog n. [2daI@t] – Ï»ñ³Ïáõñ. Ý»ñù¨áõÙ. [2drO:@] – ·½ñáó cow n. [krOs] – ˳ã     v. [2daInIÎrum] – ׳߳ë»ÝÛ³Ï comparison n. [2kraun] – ó· driver n. [deI] – ûñ. [dOg] – ßáõÝ corresponding a. [draun] – ˻չí»É cry n. [2kOm@n] – ù»ñ. [2krOk@daIl] – ÏáÏáñ¹ÇÉáë drink n. [2dIf@r@nt] – ï³ñµ»ñ common a. [2köst@m@] – ·Ýáñ¹   on duty – Ñ»ñóå³Ñ cut v. ×ã³É. ϳï³ñ»É cook n. å³ñï³­ cusÑion n. áñáßÇã collect v. [koIn] – Ù»ï³Õ³¹ñ³Ù December n. [k@m2pju:t@] – ѳٳϳñ·Çã dirty a. [kau] – Ïáí drawing n. [k@m2pli:t] – Éñ³óÝ»É. [k@m2p{r@tIv] – ù»ñ. ëÝáõݹ. [kraI] – ×Çã dry a. ½³ñÙáõÑÇ drawer n. ³Ù³Ý»Õ»Ý content n. ³í³ñï»É dirrect a. ë³Ýñ»É dentist n.. [2kOndZugeIt] – ù»ñ. [klouzd] – ÷³Ï clothes n. [2daunstE@z] – Ý»ñù¨. ËáݳñÑ»É dish n. [dI 2gri:] – ³ëïÇ×³Ý colour n. [2dO:t@] – ¹áõëïñ cock n. Ùáõà coat n. [kri:m] – ë»ñáõóù dress n. [köm] – ·³É. »÷»É   to do lessons – ¹³ë»ñÁ å³ïñ³ëï»É copy-book n. [klaud] – ³Ùå Daddy n. ѳñÙ³­ diet n. [2kOntent] – µáí³Ý¹³ÏáõÃÛáõÝ (pl. [2dentIst] – ³ï³ÙݳµáõÛÅ come v. [2köl@] – ·áõÛÝ delicious a. [klu:] – µ³Ý³ÉÇ (·³ÕïÝÇùÁ µ³ó»Éáõ) dancer n. ó»ñ»Ï coffee n. [közn] – ½³ñÙÇÏ. [da:ns] – å³ñ»É clue n. v. ó³ó country n. [draIv] – í³ñ»É (Ù»ù»Ý³) crown n. [dI 2rekt] – áõÕÇÕ computer n. [2dIfIk@lt] – ¹Åí³ñ comparative a. – ËÙ»É     v. [dIS] – ³Ù³Ý. [2kömf@t@bl] – ѳñÙ³ñ. [desk] – ·ñ³ë»Õ³Ý   to come up – µ³ñÓñ³Ý³É dialogue n. [kaunt] – ѳßí»É. [da:k] – Ùáõ·. [2kaunt@bl] – ѳßí»ÉÇ downstairs adv. [dI 2lIS@s] – Ñ³Ù»Õ comb n. áñáß³ÏÇ. [draI] – ãáñ    v. [2kOpIbuk] – ï»ïñ   to do morning exercises – ³é³íáïÛ³Ý corn n. [köt] – Ïïñ»É 149 . [koum] – ë³Ýñ. [2dju:tI] – Ñ»ñóå³ÑáõÃÛáõÝ. [2draIv@] – í³ñáñ¹ cruel a. [dOl] – ïÇÏÝÇÏ Ë³Ý donkey n. [kout] – í»ñ³ñÏáõ daughter n. [2dIn@] – ×³ß ÃÛáõÝ   to have dinner – ×³ß»É complete v. ù³ß»É. [k@ 2lekt] – ѳí³ù»É degree n. [koutS] – ͳÍϳϳéù dark a. [k@:tn] – í³ñ³·áõÛñ duty n. µ³Õ¹³­ dig v. [k@ 2rekt] – ×Çßï. ·ÛáõÕ draw v. [k:On] – ѳó³Ñ³ïÇÏ Ù³ñ½³Ýù ³Ý»É correct a. [2köb@d] – ëå³ëù³å³Ñ³ñ³Ý duster n. [dres] – ½·»ëï crocodile n. ëïáõÛ· doctor n. [dI 2pa:tm@nt stO:] – ѳÝñ³­   to come back – í»ñ³¹³éÝ³É Ë³Ýáõà   to come in – Ý»ñë ÙïÝ»É desk n. [klouDs] – ѳ·áõëï Dd Dad n. áõï»ÉÇù ñ³í»ï different a. [2drO:IÎ] – ·Í³Ýϳñ. Ó·»É cousin n.closed a. [du:] – ³Ý»É. ÝϳñãáõÃÛáõÝ cream n. [2kru@l] – ¹³Å³Ý drown v. [2da:ns@] – å³ñáÕ coach n. [ded] – Ù»é³Í coin n. [2dOkt@] – µÅÇßÏ      v. [kOk] – ³ù³Õ³Õ day n. [2d{dI] – ѳÛñÇÏ clown n. [kould] – óáõñï definite a. [kuk] – Ëáѳñ³ñ. ѳë³ñ³Ï difficult a. [daun] – Ý»ñù¨. ï³ÏÁ countable a. Ýϳñ»É. [drO:] – ·Í»É. [drIÎk] – ËÙÇãù cross n.

[fOks] – ³Õí»ë free a. [2eks@saIZbuk] – í³ñÅáõÃÛáõÝ­ fountain n. [fön] – áõñ³ËáõÃÛáõÝ. ˳ñïÛ³ß front n. í»ñç³óÝ»É elbow n. [fl{t] – µÝ³Ï³ñ³Ý engineer n. [i:tS] – Ûáõñ³ù³ÝãÛáõñ. [fl{g] – ¹ñáß engine n. µ³ñ»Ï³Ù face n. [Iks2preSn] – ³ñï³Ñ³ÛïáõÃÛáõÝ fourteen num. ³Ù»Ý ÙÇ food n. [fIl] – Éñ³óÝ»É. [2envIloup] – Íñ³ñ flower n.[2@:lI] – í³Õ fifteen num. [fi:d] – Ï»ñ³Ïñ»É 150 . [I@] – ³Ï³Ýç fight v. [fju:] – ùÇã each pron. [fO:m] – Ó¨. ëù³Ýã»ÉÇ eighteen num. [fut] – áïù everyone pron. ëÝáõݹ everyday a. ÷á˳ñ»Ý   n. ¹³ë³ñ³Ý Ù³ñ½³Ýù ³Ý»É forty num. Ù³ñ½³Ýù forest n. [faIv] – ÑÇÝ· end v. ÉóÝ»É eat v. [2i:vnIÎ] – »ñ»Ïá flu n. [2futbO:l] – ýáõïµáÉ excuse v. [fO:] – ãáñë expression n. ÉÇùÁ farmer n. [2f{mIlI] – ÁÝï³ÝÇù fruit n.adv. í³Ë»Ý³É factory n. [2eItI] – áõÃëáõÝ finish v. Ïéí»É early a. [2fraIdI] – áõñµ³Ã friend n. ÇÙ³Ý³É eight num. [2fönI] – ½í³ñ׳ÉÇ.. ѳñÏ ·»ï) flour n. [2fauntIn] – ß³ïñí³Ý Ý»ñÇ ï»ïñ four n. [aI] – ³ãù fox n. ù»ñ. ³å³éÝÇ favourite a.adv. [2fIf2ti:n] – ï³ëÝÑÇÝ· earth n. [f@ 2get] – Ùáé³Ý³É   Excuse me. [2i:zI] – Ñ»ßï fill v. [faInd] – ·ïÝ»É. [fraItn] – í³Ë»óÝ»É. [f{t] – ·»ñ. [2frOstI] – óáõñï. [fa:m] – ý»ñÙ³. [faIn] – ÑdzݳÉÇ. [fO:k] – å³ï³é³ù³Õ exercise n. í³é»É elephant n. [faIt] – ÏéÇí. [2flau@] – ͳÕÇÏ evening n. ѳÛïݳµ»ñ»É egg n. [2elbou] – ³ñÙáõÝÏ fire n. ³éûñÛ³ foot n. [2faI@] – Ïñ³Ï. [fa:] – Ñ»é³íáñ. [2eI 2ti:n] – ï³ëÝáõà finger n. [fu:d] – Ï»ñ³Ïáõñ. [eg] – Óáõ   to find out – å³ñ½»É. – ¹³ï³ñÏ»É five num.Ee fence n. [@:T] – ÑáÕ. – Ý»ñáõÙ forget v. [2fOrIst] – ³Ýï³é   to do morning exercises – ³é³íáïÛ³Ý form n. [2fraIÎp{n] – Ã³í³ farm n. ëÇñ»óÛ³É  Å³Ù³Ý³Ï February n. [f@. ·»ïÇÝ fifty num. [Iks 2kju:z] – Ý»ñ»É for prep. [fO:l] – ÁÝÏÝ»É frost n. [I 2levn] – ï³ëÝÙ»Ï first num. ëáõï. [frOst] – ë³éݳٳÝÇù false a. ÍÇͳջÉÇ father n. [flaI] – Ãéã»É. [2eks@saIz] – í³ñÅáõÃÛáõÝ. [2febru@rI] – ÷»ïñí³ñ feed v. [emptI] – ¹³ï³ñÏ fish n. [fraI] – ï³å³Ï»É far away [fA:@ 2weI] – Ñ»éáõ. Ï»½Í frosty a. [2elIf@nt] – ÷ÇÕ   by the fire – í³é³ñ³ÝÇ Ùáï eleven num. [2feIv@rIt] – ëÇñ»ÉÇ. [fE@] – ßÇϳѻñ. [2fInIS] – ³í³ñï»É. [fri:] – ³½³ï Ff Friday n. ³Ù»Ý ÙÇ field n. ϳ­ fast a. [2fIÎg@] – Ù³ï eighty num. [eIt] – áõà fine n. [2fa:D@] – ѳÛñ future n. [2fIftI] – ÑÇëáõÝ easy a. Ë³Õ fat a. ³·³ñ³Ï³ï»ñ fun n. ׳Ý× every a. [flu:] – ·ñÇå (Ëáë³Ïó³Ï³Ý)   Good evening – ´³ñÇ »ñ»Ïá fly v. [2flau@] – ³ÉÛáõñ envelope n. [i:t] – áõï»É find v. – Ü»ñ»ó»ù: fork n. [2fa:m@] – ý»ñÙ»ñ. [fIS] – ÓáõÏ      v. [2endZIn] – Ù»ù»Ý³. [frönt] – ³éç¨ fairy n. fO:] – ѳٳñ. ׳ñå funny a. ·áñͳñ³Ý frog n. [2evrI] – Ûáõñ³ù³ÝãÛáõñ. [end] – í»ñç³Ý³É flag n. ¹ÇÙ³óÇó fall v. [feIs] – ¹»Ùù frighten v. [fi:ld] – ¹³ßï ear n. [ful] – ÉÇ. [2evrIwön] – ³Ù»Ý Ù»ÏÁ football n. [flO:] – ѳï³Ï. ë³éݳٳÝÇù³ÛÇÝ family n. ½í³ñ׳Ýù. [2fO:tI] – ù³é³ëáõÝ exercise-book n. [endZI 2nI@] – ÇÝŻݻñ (׳ñï³ñ³­ floor n. [2fju:tS@] – ³å³·³. [2fE@rI] – Ñ»ùdzóÛÇÝ ÷»ñÇ   in front of – ³éç¨áõÙ. Ñ»éáõ fry v. [frOg] – ·áñï fair a. [fens] – å³ñÇëå few a. [fru:t] – ÙÇñ· far a. [2fO:2ti:n] – ï³ëÝãáñë eye n. [fa:st] – ³ñ³· ï³Ï. [fO:ls] – ë˳É. [frend] – ÁÝÏ»ñ. [2evrI 2deI] – ³Ù»ÝûñÛ³. [2f@:st] – ³é³çÇÝ empty a. ß³ñÅÇã flat n. [2f{kt@rI] – ý³µñÇϳ. ³·³ñ³Ï full a. Ñ»é³íáñ frying pan n.. ³éç¨Çó.

[hi:] – ݳ (÷á˳ñÇÝáõÙ ¿ ³ñ³Ï³Ý glad a. ßá· go v. [gI 2ta:] – ÏÇóé hunter n. [gri:t] – áÕçáõÝ»É. [glöv] – Ó»éÝáó hear v. [dZIm2n{stIks] – Ù³ñÙݳ­Ù³ñ½áõ­ husband n. [2h{ns@m] – ·»Õ»óÇÏ. [gl{d] – áõñ³Ë. [hIl] – µÉáõñ governor n. ѳñ¹ give v. [hed] – ·ÉáõË globe n. Ùß³Ï»É hungry a. [gould] – áëÏÇ here adv. ½í³ñà hand n. µ³ñ»ï»ë   to get through – ѳÕóѳñ»É.. íÇñ³íáñ»É gymnastics n. [2h{pI] – »ñç³ÝÇÏ ghost n. [gön] – Ññ³ó³Ý. [ga:dn] – å³ñ﻽ hall n. [hE@] – Ù³½ garage n. [ha:f] – Ï»ë garden n.v. [hO:l] – ëñ³Ñ gate n. [2hOkI] – ÑáÏ»Û grape n. [greIp] – ˳ÕáÕ hold v. [hI@] – Éë»É glue n. ·áõ߳ϻÉ. µáõëÝ»É. [höt] – Ëñ×Çà 151 . ÑáõÛë áõÝ»Ý³É greet v. ëáëÝÓ»É heat n. [hi:t] – ï³ùáõÃÛáõÝ. [helT] – ³éáÕçáõÃÛáõÝ glove n. [hO:s] – ÓÇ greeting n. [heI] – ãáñ Ëáï. »Ýó¹ñ»É   to be hungry – ëáí³Í ÉÇÝ»É guitar n. [geI] – áõñ³Ë. ³ïñ×³Ý³Ï hurt v. h@v] – áõÝ»Ý³É girl n. ·áÑ  ·á۳ϳÝÇÝ) glass n. [hould] – µéÝ»É grass n. [hIz] – Ýñ³ (í»ñ³µ»ñáõÙ ¿ ³ñ³Ï³Ý grandfather n. [2hobI] – ëÇñ»ÉÇ ½µ³ÕÙáõÝù å³åÁ hockey n. [gIv] – ï³É he p. [gout] – ³ÛÍ ë»éÇÝ) gold n. [h{t] – ·É˳ñÏ giraffe n. ³å³ÏÇ head n. [hIm] – Ýñ³Ý (í»ñ³µ»ñáõÙ ¿ ³ñ³Ï³Ý grammar n. [houp] – Ñáõë³É. [gu:s] – ë³· hill n. [haus] – ïáõÝ ground n. ³Ñ³ golden a. [gri:n] – ϳݳã hope v. [2grous@rI] – Ýå³ñ»Õ»ÝÇ Ë³Ýáõà house n. [hau] – ÇÝãå»±ë. [hI@] – ³Ûëï»Õ. [2gri:tIng] – áÕçáõÛÝ. [2gr{tItju:d] – »ñ³Ëï³·Çïáõ­ home n. áÕçáõÝáõÙ hospital n. [hOp] – ÃéãÏáï»É green a. [haId] – óùÝí»É. [h@:] – Ýñ³ (í»ñ³µ»ñáõÙ ¿ Ç·³Ï³Ý goat n. [2höÎgrI] – ù³Õó³Í guess v. [2grous@] – Ýå³ñ³í³×³é hotel n. [g@:l] – ³ÕçÇÏ hay n. [hOt] – ï³ù.Gg Hh game n.³ñÓ³Ïáõñ¹ gratitude n. [2dgaI@nt] – Ñëϳ hat n. [geIt] – ¹³ñå³ë ham n. [grou] – ³×»É. [2göv@n@] – ݳѳݷ³å»ï him p. [houm] – ïáõÝ ÃÛáõÝ   at home – ï³ÝÁ great a. áëÏ» hide v. [gru:p] – ËáõÙµ hundred num. [ha:d] – ͳÝñ. [gla:s] – µ³Å³Ï. [2hIst@rI] – å³ïÙáõÃÛáõÝ grandparents n. [2hOspIt@l] – ÑÇí³Ý¹³Ýáó grey a. ·ÉáõË µ»ñ»É happen v. [2hözb@nd] – ³ÙáõëÇÝ ÃÛáõÝ hut n. [h@:t] – ó³í»óÝ»É. [greI] – ·áñß. [get] – ëï³Ý³É. ¹Åí³ñ giant a. [hou 2t@l] – ÑÛáõñ³Ýáó grocery n. [glu:] – ëáëÇÝÓ. [dZI 2ra:f] – ÁÝÓáõÕï have v. ÑáÕ how adv. [ges] – Ïé³Ñ»É. [greIt] – Ù»Í hop v. [2hOl@dI] – ïáÝ. [2g{D@] – ѳí³ù»É hammer n. [gloub] – ·Éáµáõë health n. µ³ñ¨»É horse n. [2h{p@n] – å³ï³Ñ»É   to get up – ³ÝÏáÕÝáõó í»ñ Ï»Ý³É happy a. ÙáËñ³·áõÛÝ hot a. [2hönt@] – áñëáñ¹ hurry v. [2h{Îk@tSIf] – óßÏÇÝ³Ï get v. [gud] – ɳí high a. [2gr{ndpE@r@nts] – ï³ïÝ áõ hobby n. [2g{ra:Z] – ³íïáïÝ³Ï half n. [gra:s] – Ëáï hole n. [2hörI] – ßï³å»É gun n. [2h{m@] – Ùáõñ× gay a. [hen] – ѳí   to go out – ¹áõñë ·³É her p. [2höndr@d] – ѳñÛáõñ grow v. [h{nd] – Ó»éù hankerchief n. [2gould@n] – áëÏ»·áõÛÝ. [2gr{m@] – ù»ñ³Ï³ÝáõÃÛáõÝ ë»éÇÝ) grandchild n. [goust] – áõñí³Ï³Ý hard a. [h{v. DZÝã Ó¨áí group n. [haI] – µ³ñÓñ goose n. [h{m] – Ëá½³åáõËï gather v. [2gr{nfa:D@] – å³å ë»éÇÝ) grandmother n. [graund] – ·»ïÇÝ. [2gr{nmöD@] – ï³ï History n. [houl] – ³Ýóù holiday n. [help] – û·Ý»É hen n. ßá· grocer n. [gou] – ·Ý³É help v. Ó»éù µ»ñ»É handsome a. [2gr{ntSaIld] – Ãáé his p. [geIm] – Ë³Õ hair n.óùóÝ»É good a.

Ùáõñ³µ³ letter n. ÉÇÝ»É jeans n. áõñ³ËáõÃÛáõÝ lion n. [2l{d@] – ë³Ý¹áõÕù icy a. [ki:] – µ³Ý³ÉÇ   look for – ÷Ýïñ»É king n. [lesn] – ¹³ë   to do lessons – ¹³ë»ñÁ å³ïñ³ëï»É jacket n. [nou] – ÇٳݳÉ. [löntS] – Ï»ëûñÛ³ Ý³Ë³×³ß know v. [let] – ÃáõÛɳïñ»É jam n. [naIf] – ¹³Ý³Ï low a. ѳó log n. Ïá×Õ Kk long a. ÑÛáõë»É luck n. [lu:z] – ÏáñóÝ»É kitten n. [dZu:2laI] – ÑáõÉÇë   little finger – ×ÏáõÛà jump v. [lOÎ] – »ñϳñ look v. [k{Îg@ 2ru:] – ϻݷáõñáõ   to look after – ËݳٻÉ. Ù»ç leader n. [lIsn] – Éë»É juggler n. [In 2defInIt] – ³Ýáñáß lantern n. [2l{nt@n] – ɳåï»ñ index n. [leIs] – µ³ñ³Ï »ñǽ. [ketl] – Ã»Û³Ù³Ý   to look up – í»ñ ݳۻÉ. [It] – ë³. ׳ݳã»É   to have lunch – Ï»ëûñÇÝ Ý³Ë³×³ß»É 152 . áõÕÕ³ÏÇ loaf n. ëñáõÝù lemon n. [2dg{kIt] – ųϻï let v. [leI] – ¹Ý»É interview v. [kIÎ] – ó·³íáñ lorry n.. [nOk] – ѳñí³Í. [leIk] – ÉÇ× in prep. [2dZu:dO] – ÓÛáõ¹á list n. ½µ³ÕÙáõÝù like a. [laIt] – ÉáõÛë job n. [kIl] – ëå³Ý»É loud a. [In] – Ù»ç lamp n. [dZödZ] – ¹³ï³íáñ. [2lIvIÎrum] – ÑÛáõñ³ë»ÝÛ³Ï just adv. [2kIt@n] – ϳïíÇ Ó³· lots of. Ýñ³ leg n. [leIt] – áõß instead adv. ÙÇ³Ý³É line n. ³ÛÝ left a. [leg] – áïù. [lök] – µ³Ëï knock n. [dZOI] – ½í³ñ×áõÃÛáõÝ. [2aIl@nd] – ÏÕ½Ç leave v. åëïÇÏ July n. ë³éó³å³ï lake n. [dZi:nz] – µ³Ùµ. [lOg] – ·»ñ³Ý. Intu] – Ý»ñë. ³ñ¹áõÏ. ³ñ¹áõÏ»É leaf n. [2aI@n] – »ñϳÃ. [2IntrIstIÎ] – Ñ»ï³ùñùÇñ laugh v. [dZöst] – Ñ»Ýó. [louf] – µáùáÝ. [nIt] – ·áñÍ»É. [dZOb] – ³ß˳ï³Ýù. [Int@. Ý³Ù³Ï January n. [l@:n] – ëáíáñ»É island n. [2lOrI] – µ»éݳï³ñ Ù»ù»Ý³ kitchen n. Ïó»É. [lIv] – ³åñ»É June n. [2Int@vju:] – ½ñáõó»É. [dZömp] – ó³ïÏ»É live v. ÷Ýïñ»É key n. [left] – Ó³Ë its p. [dZa:] – ë³÷áñ lie v. [luk] – Ý³Û»É kangaroo n. ÑÝã»Õ knee n. [lou] – ó³Íñ knit v. [dZun] – ÑáõÝÇë living-room n. [laIn] – ·ÇÍ joy n. [2li:d@] – ³é³çÝáñ¹ iron n. [2lem@n] – ÏÇïñáÝ Jj lesson n. [Its] – ¹ñ³. [2aIskri:m] – å³Õå³Õ³Ï ladder n.. [lIp] – ßñÃáõÝù judo n. ó³ÝÏ jug n.. [laud] – µ³ñÓñ³Ó³ÛÝ. [dZOIn] – ÙdzóÝ»É. Ñá· ï³Ý»É kettle n. áã Ù»Í. Ù»Í ù³Ý³ÏáõÃÛ³Ùµ kill v. [li:f] – ï»ñ¨ irregular a. ³ÝϳÝáÝ learn v. Ã³Ï»É lunch n. [lIst] – óáõó³Ï. ·áñÍ. [2Indeks] – óáõóÇã. [2dZ{nju@rI] – ÑáõÝí³ñ lid n. ë³÷áñ listen v. ëɳù large a.. [dZ{m] – ç»Ù. [aIs] – ë³éáõÛó lace n. [dZög] – ÏáõÅ. [l{mp] – ɳÙå indefinite a.v. ëÇñ»É join v.Ii Ll I p. [2aIsI] – ë³éó». [aI] – »ë lady n. [laIk] – ÝÙ³Ý. [2laI@n] – ³éÛáõÍ judge n. ³É³ñÏáï into prep. Áݹ³ñÓ³Ï   index finger – óáõó³Ù³ï last a. – ß³ï. [2kItS@n] – ËáѳÝáó lose v. [2let@] – ï³é. [la:dZ] – Ù»Í. ÑÇÙ³. [2dZögl@:] – Ó»éݳÍáõ little a. [lIft] – µ³ñÓñ³óÝ»É jewels n. [2leIzI] – ÍáõÛÉ. ѳñó³½ñáõÛó   to lay the table – ë»Õ³Ý ·ó»É áõÝ»Ý³É lazy a. [2dZu:@lz] – ³ÏÝ»Õ»Ý light n. ¹³ï»É lip n. a lot of adv.v. [la:f] – ÍÇÍ³Õ»É interrogative a. [2leIdI] – ïÇÏÇÝ. [li:v] – Ù»ÏÝ»É. ųÝÛ³Ï ice-cream n. µ³ñÓñ.v.. [löv] – ëÇñ»É knife n. [Int@ 2rOg@tIv] – ѳñó³Ï³Ý lay v. [laI] – å³éÏ»É. [la:st] – í»ñçÇÝ ink n. ÃáÕÝ»É it p. ¹³. [lId] – ϳ÷³ñÇã jar n. ѳ·áõëï lift v. ·ïÝí»É. [ni:] – ÍáõÝÏ love v. [In 2sted] – ÷á˳ñ»Ý   to be late – áõß³Ý³É interesting a.v. [IÎk] – óݳù late a. [I 2regjul@] – ù»ñ. ïÇñáõÑÇ ice n. [lItl] – ÷áùñÇÏ.

å³ñï³íáñ (»Ù. [meI] – ϳñ»Ý³É. [2nömb@] – ÃÇí. [2neIb@] – ѳñ¨³Ý member n. ÙÇÝáõë nose n. [maus] – ÙáõÏ many a. [net] – ó³Ýó. [mötS] – ß³ï March n. [2mi:tIÎ] – ѳݹÇåáõÙ. [mauT] – µ»ñ³Ý marble n. match n. [naIs] – ·»Õ»óÇÏ middle a. [nekst] – ѳçáñ¹. [ni:t] – ÏáÏÇÏ. [nout] – ÝßáõÙ. [2möSru:m] – ëáõÝÏ marry v. [nouz] – ùÇà minute n. [2mesIdZ] – ѳÕáñ¹³·ñáõÃÛáõÝ. [nI@] – ÙáïÇÏ meet v. [m{k@ 2rounI] – ٳϳñáÝ monster n. ѳٳñ modal a. [no 2vemb@] – ÝáÛ»Ùµ»ñ mix v. [m{n] – ïÕ³Ù³ñ¹. Ù»çï»ÕÇ niece n. ÝÙáõß nut n. ³ÙáõëݳóÝ»É music n.. ³Ýí³Ý»É meat n. [mi:l] – áõï»ÉÇù. [nek] – å³ñ³Ýáó meeting n.part. Ù³ùáõñ Ã³Ý³É neck n. [2mout@] – ß³ñÅÇã   to make up – ϳ½Ù»É. [2noIzI] – ³ÕÙÏáï minus n. »Õ³Ý³Ï³íáñáÕ nurse n. [2mO:nIÎ] – ³é³íáï make v. [2mönI] – ¹ñ³Ù. [nju:] – Ýáñ   ½»ÏáõÛó. [2memb@] – ³Ý¹³Ù nephew n. ãÙáé³Ý³É. áã ÃÛáõÝ ¹³ñÓÝ»É noisy a. [maIl] – ÙÕáÝ nineteen num. [nOt] – áã mirror n. [2nju:speIp@] – ûñÃ. [ni:s] – »Õµáñ ϳ٠ùñáç ¹áõëïñ  ­middle finger n. Éñ³óÝ»É mountain n. [m{p] – ù³ñ﻽ mouth n. [naun] – ù»ñ. [m{tS] – ÉáõóÏÇ. Éñ³·Çñ mew v. »ÏáÕ midday n. [2noutbuk] – Íáó³ï»ïñ mist n. Ù³ñ¹ mouse n. ¹³Û³Ï model n. [2möÎkI] – ϳåÇÏ macaroni n. net n. [neIl] – Ù»Ë. »ë. [maInd] – ÑÇß»É. [2nevju:] – »Õµáñ ϳ٠ùñáç áñ¹Ç merry a. [mIks] – ˳éÝ»É number n. »ù) »Õ³Ý³ÏáíáñáÕ µ³Û May n. [mes] – ˳éݳß÷áÃáõÃÛáõÝ. »ÕáõÝ·   to have meals – ëÝáõݹ ÁݹáõÝ»É. [2mOnst@] – Ññ»ß machine n. [2maIn@s] – ѳÝÙ³Ý Ýß³Ý. new a.v. [nöt] – ÁÝÏáõÛ½ Monday n. [mIlk] – ϳà ninety num. [ma:bl] – Ù³ñÙ³ñ much a. [mi:t] – ѳݹÇå»É. »ë (Ëáë³Ïó³Ï³Ý) meal n. ͳÝáÃáõ­ needle n. [2neg@tIv] – ÅËï³Ï³Ý. [möst] – å»ïù ¿. ·áÛ³Ï³Ý ³ÝáõÝ mistake n. [2nev@] – »ñµ»ù message n. Ï»ñ³Ïáõñ. [2merI] – áõñ³Ë. [mi:t] – ÙÇë nature n. ÙÇç³Ï. [2medsIn] – ¹»Õ near a. [meI] – Ù³ÛÇë my p. [naIt] – ·Çß»ñ midnight n. »ù. [2mInIt] – ñáå» not adv. áõß³¹ñáõ­ no a. [mIst] – Ùßáõß. ͳÝá­ neat a. [2mju:zIk] – »ñ³ÅßïáõÃÛáõÝ mask n. – ÙÇç³Ù³ï night n. ÁÝÃñÇù Nn nail n. [möd] – ó»Ë market n. [2menI] – ß³ï mousetrap n. ÙñóáõÙ »Ýù. [2mIddeI] – Ï»ëûñ nice a. [m@ 2Si:n] – Ù»ù»Ý³. [2neItS@] – µÝáõÃÛáõÝ medicine n.[nou] – áã ÙÇ. ¹ÇÙ³íáñ»É.Mm money n. [2mIr@] – ѳۻÉÇ note n. ½í³ñà nest n. Ù³é³ËáõÕ noun n. [mönT] – ³ÙÇë magic a. [mu:n] – ÉáõëÇÝ magician n. áõéÏ³Ý  ³Ýϳñ·áõÃÛáõÝ never adv. ϳñáï»É notebook n. [2mel@n] – ë»Ë Ï³Ý melt v. [2naIn 2ti:n] – ï³ëÝÇÝÁ milk n. ·ñ³éáõÙ miss v. [meIk] – å³ïñ³ëï»É mother n. [2mauntIn] – ë³ñ. [2maustr{p] – ÙÏ³Ý Ã³Ï³ñ¹ map n. µ³ó³ë³­ melon n. [2m{dZIk] – ϳ˳ñ¹³Ï³Ý moon n. ë³ñù month n. [m{ 2dZIS@n] – ϳ˳ñ¹ morning n. [mIs 2teIk] – ëË³É November n. [ma:sk] – ¹ÇÙ³Ï must v.. ݳ˳׳ß. ÷áÕ monkey n. [moudl] – ù»ñ. [mi:] – ÇÝÓ. [melt] – ѳɻÉ. [m{rI] – ³ÙáõëݳݳÉ. [nest] – µáõÛÝ mess n. [2ma:kIt] – ßáõϳ mushroom n. [mIdl] – ÙÇçÇÝ. [mOdl] – ûñÇݳÏ. [n@:s] – µáõÅùáõÛñ. [maI] – ÇÙ may v. ÃáõÛÉïíáõÃÛáõÝ áõÝ»Ý³É me p. [ni:dl] – ³ë»Õ ÃÛáõÝ negative a. Ý³Ù³Ï newspaper n. [2möndI] – »ñÏáõß³µÃÇ 153 . [naIn] – ÇÝÁ mile n. [2naIntI] – ÇÝÝëáõÝ mind v. ׳ß. [mIs] – µ³ó ÃáÕÝ»É. [2mIdnaIt] – Ï»ë·Çß»ñ nine num. [mi:2au] – Ùɳí»É next a. [2möD@] – Ù³ÛñÇÏ   to make the bed – ³ÝÏáÕÇÝÁ ѳñ¹³ñ»É motor n. ѳÉí»É neigbour n. [neIm] – ³ÝáõÝ. É»é man n. áõï»É name n. [mA:tS] – Ù³ñï mud n.

[2Op@r@] – ûå»ñ³ play v. [pa:sl] – ͳÝñáó present n. [prIns] – ³ñù³Û³½Ý parrot n. [p@ 2li:sm@n] – áëïÇÏ³Ý   to be over – í»ñç³Ý³É polish n. [O:fn] – Ñ³×³Ë pick v. [poul] – ÓáÕ. ³ÝóÛ³É Å³Ù³Ý³Ï  ³ñÑ»ëï path n. [p@ 2fO:m] – Ý»ñϳ۳óÝ»É objective a. [2pensl] – Ù³ïÇï people n. [2prez@nt] – Ý»ñϳ. Ù³ñÙÝÇ Ù³ë prison n. [p@:sn] – ¹»Ùù October n. Ýí»ñ parent n. ó³ÝϳݳÉ. Í»÷ open v. ÑÇÙݳñÏ piano n. [On] – íñ³ pilot n. [plös] – ·áõÙ³ñÙ³Ý Ýß³Ý. [2pOkIt] – ·ñå³Ý out prep. [paIp] – ËáÕáí³Ï. ѳ׻ÉÇ park n. [2öD@] – áõñÇß. [2pi:pl] – Ù³ñ¹ÇÏ. [prIzn] – µ³Ýï parting n. [2ou2keI] – ѳí³ÝáõÃÛáõÝ (Ëáë³Ïó³Ï³Ý) pie n. [pi:tS] – ¹»ÕÓ proud a. [wön] – Ù»Ï pink a. [2peIp@] – ÃáõÕà preposition n. [p@ 2laIt] – ù³Õ³ù³í³ñÇ ox n. [pa:T] – ³ñ³Ñ»ï promise v. [pIÎk] – í³ñ¹³·áõÛÝ one another pron. [pen] – ·ñÇã pull v. [pIg] – Ëá½ omelette n. »½ pool n. ³ÛÉ. [2pIktS@:] – Ýϳñ OK n. [2au@] – Ù»ñ pocket n. ѳí³ù»É oil n. [Ob2dZektIv] – ù»ñ. [pr@ 2nauns] – ³ñï³ë³Ý»É peach n. [pleIn] – ÇÝùݳÃÇé only adv. [peInt] – Ý»ñÏ»É. ÙÛáõë plus n.Oo pencil n. »ñ»ë ïí³Í (Ù³ñ¹ ϳ٠ÃÛáõÝ. [2O:d@] – ϳñ·. ¹Å·áõÛÝ pour v. [2p{nzI] – »é³·áõÛÝ Ù³Ýáõß³Ï practice n. ÙÇÙdzÛÝ plaster n. Ëݹñ»Ù. [2oup@n] – µ³ó»É plate n. [pet] – ëÇñ»ÉÇ. ³í³½³Ý poor a. [pO:] – ÉóÝ»É pansy n. [2peInt@] – ÝϳñÇã postman n. [aut] – ¹áõñë pole n. [pli:z] – Ëݹñ»É. [peIl] – ·áõݳï. [pu@] – ³Õù³ï Pp popcorn n. [Ok2toub@] – ÑáÏï»Ùµ»ñ personal a. ݳ˹Çñ parcel n. [pA:st] – ù»ñ. [2pr{ktIs] – í³ñųÝù. Ov] – óáõÛó ¿ ï³ÉÇë å³ïϳݻ­Éáõ­ pet n. [peI] – ¹³ñÓÝ»É (áõß³¹ñáõÃÛáõÝ) pronounce v. [p{dl] – Ãdzí³ñ»É positive n. [2pOlIS] – ùëáõù. [2prounaun] – ù»ñ. [2plu@r@l] – Ñá·Ý³ÏÇ ÃÇí other a.. [2p{r@t] – ÃáõÃ³Ï princess n. [2pla:st@] – ëí³Õ. óñ·Ù³ÝíáõÙ ¿ ѳۻñ»ÝÇ ë»é³Ï³Ý  ϻݹ³ÝÇ) ÑáÉáíáí photograph n. ¹»ñ³ÝáõÝ pay v. ѳçáñ¹³Ï³ÝáõÃÛáõÝ plural a. [2fout@gra:f] – Éáõë³Ýϳñ office n. [ouk] – ϳÕÝÇ pepper n. [2ounlI] – ÙdzÛÝ. Ýϳñ»É possessive a. ßíÇ onion n. [2pudIÎ] – ù³Õóñ ׳߳ï»ë³Ï pen n. [plöm] – ë³Éáñ order n. [ould] – ÑÇÝ pig n. [pleIt] – ³÷ë» opera n. [prep@ 2zISn] – ù»ñ. [2pOpkO:n] – ³¹Çµáõ¹Ç paddle v. [2OrIndZ] – ݳñÇÝç µ³ñÇ »Õ»ù orchard n. [pleI] – ˳ճÉ. [pul] – Ó·»É. [paI] – ϳñϳݹ³Ï old a. [p@ 2h{ps] – ѳí³Ý³µ³ñ ÑáÉáí person n. [Oks] – óáõÉ. [2ObdZIkt] – ³é³ñϳ perform v. [2prInsIz] – ³ñù³Û³¹áõëïñ part n. í³ñÅáõÃÛáõÝ paper n. Ýí³·»É or cj. [2önj@n] – ëáË plane n. [praud] – Ñå³ñï pear n. [pIk] – ù³Õ»É. [2pA:tIÎ] – Ññ³Å»ßï profession n. ÅáÕáíáõñ¹ oak n. [pA:t] – Ù³ë. [@v. ¹ñ³Ï³Ý paint v. ûµÛ»Ïï³ÛÇÝ perhaps adv. åÉÛáõë our pron. [wön@ 2nöT@] – ÙÇÙÛ³Ýó pipe n. [O:] – ϳ٠please v. [aul] – µáõ polite a. [2paIl@t] – û¹³ãáõ one num. [2p@zesIv] – ëï³ó³Ï³Ý painter n. [pO:] – óà pronoun n. ù³ß»É 154 . [2O:tS@d] – åïÕ³ïáõ ³Û·Ç plum n. [pE@r@nt] – ÍÝáÕ pretty a. ëÇñáõÝÇÏ. past n. [2prItI] – ·ñ³íÇã. ݳíà picture n. µ¨»é over prep. [2prOmIs] – Ëáëï³Ý³É paw n.. orange n. [p@ 2teItou] – ϳñïáýÇÉ pale a. [2OmlIt] – Óí³Í»Õ pillow n. [2p{lIs] – å³É³ï potato n. [2p@:sn@l] – ³ÝÓÝ³Ï³Ý of prep. [pa:k] – ½µáë³Û·Ç prince n. [2pIlou] – µ³ñÓ on p. ÷³ÛɳóÝ»É owl n. [pr@ 2feSn] – Ù³ëݳ·ÇïáõÃÛáõÝ. [2OfIs] – ·ñ³ë»ÝÛ³Ï. [2pj{nou] – ¹³ßݳÙáõñ often adv. a. [2pep@] – åÕå»Õ object n. [pE@] – ï³ÝÓ pudding n. ëÛáõÝ. [2pOz@tIv] – ù»ñ. [OIl] – ÛáõÕ.v. [2ouv@] – í»ñ¨áõÙ policeman n. [pu:l] – É׳Ï. [2poustm@n] – ÷áëï³ï³ñ palace n.

retell v. [röb] – ß÷»É pussy n. [2regjul@] – ù»ñ. [2sku:lb{g] – ¹åñáó³Ï³Ý receive v. [seIm] – ÝáõÛÝ. [2ru:l@] – ù³ÝáÝ   to put on – ѳ·Ý»É run v. [2sent@ns] – ݳ˳¹³ëáõÃÛáõÝ rice n. ¹Ý»É ruler n. [2reInkout] – ³ÝÓñ¨³Ýáó sauce n. [rI 2vaIz] – ëïáõ·»É ¨ áõÕÕ»É. [rI 2pi:t] – ÏñÏÝ»É secret n. [2s{t@dI] – ß³µ³Ã (ûñÁ) raincoat n. [SeIp] – Ó¨ roof n. ÁÝûñó»É say v. [raIm] – ѳݷ³íáñ µ³Ý³ëï»ÕÍáõ­ seed n. ³éÓ»éÝ school n.pumpkin n. [rItS] – ѳñáõëï servant n. [2si:z@z] – ÙÏñ³ï refrigerator n. [S@l. [puS] – Ññ»É rub v. [kwIlt] – í»ñÙ³Ï sail v. ³ñï³·ñ»É schoolchild n. [2si:z@n] – ï³ñí³ »Õ³Ý³Ï repeat v. [sO:lt] – ³Õ rage n. [2sO:sp@n] – ϳÃë³ rat n. [2seIl@] – ݳí³ëïÇ Rr salad n. [sevn] – Ûáà right a. ϳï³ÕáõÃÛáõÝ same a. [s@p2temb@] – ë»åï»Ùµ»ñ rich a. [2sevn 2ti:n] – ï³ëÝÛáà ring n. [2sekr@trI] – ù³ñïáõÕ³ñ. [raIt] – ³ç. [skru:] – åïáõï³Ï regular a. [2pöpI] – ß³Ý Ó³· round a. [2pömpkIn] – ¹¹áõÙ room n. [rI 2si:v] – ëï³Ý³É å³Ûáõë³Ï recognize v. [2ri:dIÎ] – ÁÝûñóáõÙ. [sO:] – ëÕáó read v. [2sO:s@] – åÝ³Ï raven n. [2reIdIou] – é³¹Çá salt n. í»ñ³Ý³Û»É see v.. [2röb@] – é»ïÇÝ put v. [seIl] – ÉáÕ³É. [sO:s] – ëááõë raise v. [kwi:n] – ó·áõÑÇ sad a. [rouz] – í³ñ¹ puppy n. [reIz] – µ³ñÓñ³óÝ»É saucepan n. ·Ý³É (ݳíÇ Ù³ëÇÝ) sailor n. [2SE@] – ÏÇë»É 155 . [2r{bIt] – ׳·³ñ salesman n. [sku:l] – ¹åñáó to be ready – å³ïñ³ëï ÉÇÝ»É schoolbag n. [rOl] – ÷³Ã³Ã»É. S{l] – ³å³éÝÇ Å³Ù³Ý³ÏÇ 1-ÇÝ road n. [rI 2memb@] – ÑÇß»É. [2rIv@] – ·»ï shall v. [2redI] – å³ïñ³ëï. [rIp2laI] – å³ï³ëË³Ý secretary n. [sel] – í³×³é»É ribbon n. [put] – ï»Õ³íáñ»É. [seIf] – ³å³Ñáí quilt n. áõÕÇ ¹»ÙùÇ ûųݹ³Ï µ³Û roll v. [2sevntI] – ÛáóݳëáõÝ   ring finger – Ù³ï³Ý»Ù³ï sew v. [r@ 2k@gnaIz] – ׳ݳã»É schoolboy n. [si:d] – ë»ñÙ ÃÛáõÝ sell v. [ri:d] – ϳñ¹³É. [2raIdIÎ] – Ódzí³ñáõÃÛáõÝ seven num. [si:] – ï»ëÝ»É rhyme n. Ùï³µ»ñ»É season n. [2sO:sIdZ] – »ñßÇÏ reach v. ÷³÷ϳٳ½ rubber n. [2sku:ltSaIld] – ¹åñáó³Ï³Ý record player v. [ri:tS] – ѳëÝ»É saw n. [2s@l@d] – ë³É³Ã sale n. [reIvn] – ³·é³í sausage n. [reIdZ] – ½³ÛñáõÛÃ. [r@ 2frIdZ@reIt@] – ë³éݳñ³Ý screw n. [si:] – Íáí remember v. [seIl] – í³×³éù rabbit n. [2rIb@n] – ųå³í»Ý sentence n. [roup] – å³ñ³Ý pupil n. ×Çßï seventeen num. [2s{nwIdZ] – ë»Ý¹íÇã rainbow n. [sou] – ϳñ»É river n. [rIÎ] – Ù³ï³ÝÇ seventy num. [ska:f] – ß³ñý ready a. [2sku:lg@:l] – ³ß³Ï»ñïáõÑÇ red a. [raIs] – µñÇÝÓ September n. [2seIlzm@n] – í³×³éáÕ radio n. ÏÉáñ push v. [rI 2tel] – í»ñ³å³ïÙ»É  ù³ñïáõÕ³ñáõÑÇ revise v. ÁÝûñó³Ýáõ­ scale n. [roud] – ׳ݳå³ñÑ. ·Éáñ»É shape n.adv. [2pusI] – ÷ÇëÇÏ. ëáíáñáÕ rose n. [raund] – ßáõñçÁ. [rön] – í³½»É Qq Ss queen n. [seI] – ³ë»É reading n. [reIn] – ³ÝÓñ¨ sandwich n. [ru:m] – ë»ÝÛ³Ï punish v. [2pönIS] – å³ïÅ»É rope n. ÙǨÝáõÛÝ rain n. ϳÝáݳíáñ sea n. [s{d] – ïËáõñ question n. [ru:f] – ï³ÝÇù share v. [kwestSn] – ѳñó safe a. [2sku:lbOI] – ³ß³Ï»ñï recopy v. [rI 2kOpI] – ÁݹûñÇݳϻÉ. [2s@:v@nt] – Í³é³ riding n. [2rekO:dpleI@] – Ó³Ûݳ·ñÇã schoolgirl n. [skeIl] – Ïß»éù ÃÛáõÝ scarf n. [red] – ϳñÙÇñ scissors n. [2si:kri:t] – ·³ÕïÝÇù reply v. [r{t] – ³éÝ»ï saucer n. [2reInbou] – ÍÇ³Í³Ý Saturday n. [pju:pl] – ³ß³Ï»ñï.

³Ûëå»ë. [smaIl] – ÅåÇï strange n. [sneIl] – ËËáõÝç street n. [sk@:t] – ÏÇë³ßñç³½·»ëï station n. [Sa:p] – ëáõñ snow n. ù³é³­ six num. [su:p] – ³åáõñ sick a. [splIt] – µ³Å³Ý»É (ËÙµ»ñÇ) sit v.sharp a. [stri:t] – ÷áÕáó snake n. ÇÝã-áñ shop-assistant n. [sön] – áñ¹Ç shout v. [sImpl] – å³ñ½ special a. [2sömtaImz] – »ñµ»ÙÝ. [2sIÎgjul@] – ù»ñ. [sIks] – í»ó ÏáõëÇ sixteen num. ÙÇ shopkeeper n. [2sIks2ti:n] – ï³ëÝí»ó squirrel n. [2Sau@] – óÝóáõÕ sound n. n. óáõó³¹ñ»É sorry a. [2sömTIÎ] – áñ¨¿ µ³Ý. [Si:t] – ë³í³Ý ³ÛÝå»ë shelf n. ¹áÕ³É somebody pron. ß³ÕßáÕ³É sofa n. ÇÝã-áñ shoe n. [2SOpki:p@] – ˳ÝáõÃå³Ý µ³Ý short a. »½³ÏÇ ÃÇí spice n.. ѳݹ³ñï. [sou] – ³ÛÝù³Ý. singer n. [2steIS@n] – ϳ۳ñ³Ý sky n. ³÷ëáë³Ýùáí ÉÇ shower n. [spend] – ͳËë»É. [Si:] – ݳ (÷á˳ñÇÝáõÙ ¿ Ç·³Ï³Ý ë»éÇ snowball n. ï»Õ silver n. [2stOrI] – å³ïÙí³Íù. [sn{p] – ßñËϳóÝ»É student n. [sIt] – Ýëï»É spoon n. [straIk] – Ë÷»É. [SaIn] – ÷³ÛÉ»É. [sneIk] – ûÓ strike v. [smel] – Ñáï stove n. [2snoubO:l] – Óݳ·Ý¹Ç ·á۳ϳÝÇÝ) snow-man n. [2souldZ@] – ½ÇÝíáñ shiver n. [2SOp. [saIz] – ã³÷. [Sou] – óáõÛó ï³É. [sOk] – ÏÇë³·áõÉå³ shine v.. [stIk] – ÷³ÛïÇÏ slipper n. [spaIs] – ѳٻÙáõÝù sister n. [SIp] – ݳí soft a. [SO:t] – ϳñ× sometimes adv. [Si:ld] – í³Ñ³Ý sock n. ã³÷ë stand v. [2SIv@] – ¹áÕ.a. [stIl] – ѳݷÇëï. [S@:t] – í»ñݳ߳åÇÏ soldier n. [sIk] – ÑÇí³Ý¹ space n. ѳñí³Í»É snap v. ³é³ÝÓÇÝ sing v.v. [2stOkIÎ] – ·áõÉå³ small a. [2sli:pIhed] – ùÝÏáï. [Si:p] – áã˳ñ so adv. ÍáõË stream n. [SOp] – ˳Ýáõà someone pron. [steI] – ÙÝ³É sleep v. å³ïÙáõÃÛáõÝ smell n. [2sIkstI] – í³ÃëáõÝ stairs n. [stouv] – í³é³ñ³Ý smile n. [stoun] – ù³ñ smart a. [skwE@] – Ññ³å³ñ³Ï. [2streIndZ] – ï³ñûñÇÝ³Ï smoke v. [sti:l] – ·áÕ³Ý³É sleepyhead a. ßáÕ³É. ѳïϳóÝ»É. [slou] – ¹³Ý¹³Õ stocking n. [2sIlv@] – ³ñͳà speak v. [Söt] – ÷³Ï»É soup n. [SO:ts] – ϳñ× ³Ý¹ñ³í³ñïÇù Ý³Ï ³é Å³Ù³Ý³Ï shoulder n. [Saut] – µ³ó³Ï³Ýã»É soon adv. [smO:l] – ÷áùñ stone n.@sIst@nt] – ·áñͳϳ­ Ù»ÏÁ ï³ñ something pron. áõë³ÝáÕáõÑÇ 156 . [su:n] – ßáõïáí show v. [sIÎ] – »ñ·»É spend v. [2sömb@dI] – áñ¨¿ Ù»ÏÁ. [skeIt] – ãÙáõßÏáí ë³Ñ»É   to stand up – ϳݷݻÉ. [Su:] – ÏáßÇÏ Ù»ÏÁ shop n. [2sIÎ@] – »ñ·Çã. [smouk] – ÍË»É. [2speS@l] – ѳïáõÏ. [2sItIÎru:m] – ÑÛáõñ³ë»ÝÛ³Ï. [2snoum@n] – Óݻٳñ¹ sheep n. [stri:m] – Ñáë³Ýù snail n. [2Sould@] – áõë son n. ³Ý³ÕÙáõÏ slow a. [st{nd] – Ï³Ý·Ý»É skate v.. »ñ·ãáõÑÇ ³ÝóϳóÝ»É singular a. [sprIÎ] – ·³ñáõÝ  Áݹáõݳñ³Ý square n. [sli:p] – ùÝ»É steal v. áïùÇ »ÉÝ»É ski v. ÍáõÛÉ step n. sheet n. [2stju:d@nt] – áõë³ÝáÕ. [sma:t] – ˻ɳóÇ story n. spring n. [sOft] – ÷³÷áõÏ shirt n. [skIp] – ó³ïÏáï»É start v. [spu:n] – ·¹³É   to sit down – Ýëï»É sport n. [sOrI] – ó³íáí. [step] – ù³ÛÉ slide v. [soup] – û׳é shield n. [ski:] – ¹³ÑáõÏáí ë³Ñ»É star n. [stE@z] – ³ëïÇ׳ÝÝ»ñ size n. [speIs] – ï³ñ³ÍáõÃÛáõÝ. [slaId] – ë³Ñ»É stick n. [spi:k] – Ëáë»É simple a. [saund] – ÑÝãÛáõÝ shut v. [2slIp@] – Ñáճó÷ still a. [2sIst@] – ùáõÛñ split v. ³Û¹å»ë. [spO:t] – ëåáñï sitting-room n. [2skwIr@l] – ëÏÛáõé sixty num. [sta:] – ³ëïÕ skip v. ųٳ­ shorts n. Ù»ÏÝ»É skirt n. [stA:t] – ëÏëí»É. [skaI] – »ñÏÇÝù stay v. [2souf@] – µ³½Ùáó ship n. [Self] – ¹³ñ³Ï soap n. Ù»ÍáõÃÛáõÝ. [2sömwön] – áñ¨¿ Ù»ÏÁ. [snou] – ÓÛáõÝ she p.

µ³ñÓñ³Ñ³ë³Ï toy n. [tekst] – ï»ùëï. [t@ 2geD@] – ÙdzëÇÝ switch v. [D@. [twelv] – ï³ëÝ»ñÏáõ there adv. [2T@:tI] – »ñ»ëáõÝ ÃÛáõÝ this p. ï·»Õ thing n. ѳçáñ¹³µ³ñ that p. [teIk] – í»ñóÝ»É towel n. [TIÎk] – Ùï³Í»É uncle n. [swIm] – ÉáÕ³É toe n. ×ß·ñÇï. [D{t] – ³Û¹. [treI] – ëÏáõï»Õ tea n. [t@:n] – ßñç»É thank v. ³ë»É. ѳÛïÝ»É try v. [2söndI] – ÏÇñ³ÏÇ timetable n. [tO:k] – ½ñáõó»É town n. [teIbl] – ë»Õ³Ý toothbrush n. Ù³ñ½í³Í tasty a. [t@ 2ma:tou] – åáÙǹáñ. [taIm] – Å³Ù³Ý³Ï Sunday n. [tu:] – »ñÏáõ they p. [Trou] – Ý»ï»É suitcase n. [2tröbl] – ³ÝѳݷëïáõÃÛáõÝ teaspoon n. [DE@] – ³ÛÝï»Õ twenty num. [D{n. Ó³ÛÝ text n. [DIs] – ë³. [ti:] – Ã»Û tree n. [tO:l] – µ³ñÓñ. [tri:] – ͳé teacher n. [tens] – ù»ñ. [Ti:f] – ·áÕ Uu thin a. [2taI@d] – Ñá·Ý³Í   to have supper – ÁÝÃñ»É toast n. [2taImteIbl] – ¹³ë³ï³Ëï³Ï. [t{p] – ûè ÃËÏáó train n. ÝÇѳñ ugly a. [tju:n] – »Õ³Ý³Ï. [Tru:] – ÙÇçáí. [tOI] – ˳ճÉÇù tap n. [traI] – ÷áñÓ»É ten num. [2ti:spu:n] – ûÛÇ ·¹³É trousers n. [2t@:kI] – Ñݹϳѳí than cj. áñáßÇã Ñá¹ twelve num. [T{Îk] – ßÝáñѳϳÉáõÃÛáõÝ Ñ³ÛïÝ»É   in turn – Ñ»ñÃáí. [Töm] – µÃ³Ù³ï summer n. [toust] – µáí³Í-ϳñÙñ³óñ³Í ѳóÇ sweater n. [2ti:tS@] – áõëáõóÇã trouble n.study n. [TIn] – µ³ñ³Ï. [2Sug@] – ß³ù³ñ throw v. [2sju:tkeIs] – ׳ÙåñáõÏ thumb n. ûٳ thread n. [tu:T] – ³ï³Ù table n. ÙÇçáóáí sugar n. [2tIvIset] – Ñ»éáõëï³óáõÛó the art. ³é³ñϳ umbrella n. áõëáõÙݳëÇñáõ­ thirty num. ³Ûë     v. [swItS] – ó÷³Ñ³ñ»É toilet n. [2stödI] – ·ÇïáõÃÛáõÝ. [treInd] – ëáíáñ³Í. [toun] – ïáÝ. [2tu:TpeIst] – ³ï³ÙÇ Ù³ÍáõÏ take v. ݳ¨ tooth n. Di:] – ù»ñ. [sön] – ³ñ¨ time n. [2taIg@] – í³·ñ sun n. [2söm@] – ³Ù³é Thursday n. [DeI] – Ýñ³Ýù. [2tju:lIp] – í³ñ¹³Ï³Ï³ã terrible a. Å³Ù³Ý³Ï tulip n. [2söd@n] – ѳÝϳñÍ three num. ¹ñ³Ýù thick a. Ù»Õ»¹Ç. [2södnlI] – ѳÝϳñͳÏÇ through prep. [teIl] – åáã toothpaste n. [2söbZIkt] – ³é³ñϳ. ³ëïÇ×³Ý tongue n. áõëáõÙݳëÇñ»É those p. [ten] – ï³ëÁ Tuesday n. [TIÎ] – Çñ. [2twentI] – ùë³Ý these p. [Di:z] – ëñ³Ýù two num. [2öglI] – ·³ñß»ÉÇ. [tru:] – ×Çßï. [TIk] – ѳëï thief n. [2telIfoun] – Ñ»é³Ëáë true a. [Douz] – ¹ñ³Ýù subject n. superlative [sju:2p@:l@tIv] – ù»ñ. DI. D@n] – ù³Ý turn v. ×ßÙ³ñÇï tell v. ÝáõÛÝå»ë. [t@2deI] – ³Ûëûñ swim v. [2terIbl] – ë³ñë³÷»ÉÇ tune n. [taI] – ÷áÕϳå ÃÛáõÝ tiger n. [2tOIlIt] – ½áõ·³ñ³Ý   to switch on – ÙdzóÝ»É tomato n. [2teIstI] – Ñ³Ù»Õ tray n. [Tred] – Ã»É sudden a. [2söp@] – ÁÝÃñÇù tired a. ³ÛÝ TV-set n. [ö 2mbrel@] – Ñáí³Ýáó think v. ÉáÉÇÏ   to switch off – ³Ýç³ï»É tomorrow adv. [sömz] – Ãí³µ³Ý³Ï³Ý ·áñÍáÕáõ­ tie n. [t@ 2mOrou] – í³ÕÁ sword n. [2T@:2ti:n] – ï³ëÝ»ñ»ù uncountable a. [Tri:] – »ñ»ù suddenly adv. [2swet@] – ëíÇï»ñ Ïïáñ sweet a. [2ön 2kaunt@bl] – ³Ýѳßí»ÉÇ 157 . ÝÛáõà turkey n. [sO:d] – Ãáõñ tone n. [tu:] – ã³÷³½³Ýó. [teIst] – ѳ٠trained a. [töÎ] – É»½áõ Tt too adv. [2tu:TbröS] – ³ï³ÙÇ Ëá½³Ý³Ï tail n. [tou] – áïùÇ Ù³ï swimming n. ·»ñ³¹ñ³Ï³Ý  ãí³óáõó³Ï supper n. [2tau@l] – ëñµÇã talk v. [2T@:zdI] – ÑÇÝ·ß³µÃÇ sums n. [tel] – å³ïÙ»É. [swi:t] – ù³Õóñ today adv. [2swImIÎ] – ÉáÕ together adv. [2önkl] – ù»éÇ. [2trauz@z] – ß³Éí³ñ telephone n. Ó³ÛÝ. [treIn] – ·Ý³óù taste n. [taun] – ù³Õ³ù tall a. – ëáíáñá»É. Ñáñ»Õµ³Ûñ thirteen num. [2tju:zdI] – »ñ»ùß³µÃÇ tense n.

[wOnt] – ó³ÝϳݳÉ. [wO:k] – ù³ÛÉ»É   to go for a walk – ½µáëÝ»É Xx X-mas tree n. ÏÇñ³é»É win v.under prep. [v@2k{bjul@rI] – µ³é³ñ³Ý. ³Ýï³é village n. [2wInt@] – ÓÙ»é vase n. [jöÎ] – »ñÇï³ëñ¹. [wOS] – Éí³Ý³É Yy watch n. [2vedZIt@bl] – µ³Ýç³ñ. [waIf] – ÏÇÝ (³Ùáõëݳó³Í) use v. [waIt] – ëåÇï³Ï unicorn n. [2wi:k2end] – ß³µ³Ãí³ í»ñçÇÝ ûñ. µ³Û woman n. [j@:] – ï³ñÇ wave v. [weI] – Ïßé»É zipper n. ³Ûó word n. [wulf] – ·³ÛÉ verb v. [jO:] – Ó»ñ. Ó»éùáí Ýß³Ý yellow a. [houl] – ³ÙµáÕç unknown a. ³ÛëÇÝãáí Õ»Ý wolf n. [2weD@] – »Õ³Ý³Ï your p. áõ½»Ý³É xylophone n. [2ju:nIt] – µ³ÅÇÝ. [wud] – ÷³Ûï. [2ju:nIkO:n] – ÙÇ»ÕçÛáõñ who p. [vOIs] – Ó³ÛÝ world n. [zu:] – ϻݹ³Ý³µ³Ý³Ï³Ý ³Û·Ç well adv. [w@:k] – ³ß˳ï»É  µ³é³ó³ÝÏ worker n. [wi:] – Ù»Ýù yoghurt n. [2wO:t@] – çáõñ. [2öpstE@z] – í»ñÇÝ why p. [weI] – ׳ݳå³ñÑ. [wInd] – ù³ÙÇ window n. ¹³ë. [2vIlIdZ] – ·ÛáõÕ wool n. [jes] – ³Ûá way n. [wi:k] – ß³µ³Ã weekend n. [weIt] – ëå³ë»É walk v. [weIv] – ó÷³Ñ³ñ»É. ¹áõ wear v. [va:z. [raIt] – ·ñ»É Ww wrong a. [2vOlIbO:l] – íáɻ۵áÉ ·áõݹ write v. [hu:] – á±í unit n. [2welk@m] – áÕçáõÝ»É Zoo n. [wE@] – ѳ·Ý»É. [2juZu@lI] – ëáíáñ³µ³ñ wind n. [jA:n] – Ù³Ýí³Íù. [wO:t] – DZÝã where p. [w@:d] – µ³é vocabulary n. [wOtS] – ¹Çï»É. áñá±Ýó upstairs adv. [wO:l] – å³ï ͳé want v. µ³Ýç³ñ»­ with prep. çñ»É yarn n. [2zaIl@foun] – ùëÇÉáýáÝ wardrobe n. å³ï³ÝÇ weather n. áõÕÇ yesterday adv. Ùdzíáñ whole a. [wIÎ] – è van n. [wu:l] – µáõñ¹ visit v. [ja:d] – µ³Ï water n. [2wO:t@mel@n] – ÓÙ»ñáõÏ year n. Ïñ»É young a. veIz] – ͳÕÏ³Ù³Ý wise a. [wIn] – ѳÕÃ»É usually a. [wItS] – á±ñ. áõ±ñ 158 . [ön 2h{pI] – ¹Åµ³Ëï white a. [ju:z] – û·ï³·áñÍ»É. ùá Wednesday n. ¹»åÇ í»ñ whose p. [wi:k] – ÃáõÛÉ you p. [waI] – ÇÝãáõ± us p. [2joug@:t] – Ù³ÍáõÝ weak a. [2krIsm@stri:] – ÌÝÝ¹Û³Ý ïáݳ­ wall n. [waIz] – ÇÙ³ëïáõÝ vegetable n. [2wIndou] – å³ïáõÑ³Ý Vv wine n. [2wum@n] – ÏÇÝ very avd. [2önd@] – ï³Ï which p. ³É»ÏáÍí»É yes part. [2vIzIt] – ³Ûó»ÉáõÃÛáõÝ. ýáõñ·áÝ winter n. [v@:b] – ù»ñ. [hu:z] – áõ±Ù. [2wenzdI] – ãáñ»ùß³µÃÇ week n. Ó»éùÇ Å³Ù³óáõÛó yard n. [waIn] – ·ÇÝÇ wing n. á±ñÇ. Zz áã ³ß˳ï³Ýù³ÛÇÝ (³½³ï) ûñ»ñÁ zebra n. Ù³Ý³Í Ã»É watermelon n. [wIsl] – ëáõÉ»É unhappy a. ͳͳÝí»É. áñÇ±Ý up prep. [rOÎ] – ëË³É wait v. [2w@:k@] – µ³Ýíáñ voice n. [2önd@laIn] – Áݹ·Í»É whistle v. [w@:ld] – ³ß˳ñÑ. [hu:m] – áõ±Ù. [wOrm] – ï³ù wash v. [ös] – Ù»½ wife n. [2jest@:dI] – »ñ»Ï we p. [ön 2noun] – ³ÝͳÝáà whom p. »ñÏñ³­ volleyball n. »ñÏÇñ. [wID] – Ñ»ï. [2wO:droub] – ½·»ëï³å³Ñ³ñ³Ý warm a. á±ñÁ underline v. work v. [v{n] – í³·áÝ. [öp] – Ç í»ñ. [wE@] – áñï»±Õ. ë³ëïÇÏ wood n. [2zIp@] – ϳÛͳϳ׳ñٳݹ welcome v. [2jelou] – ¹»ÕÇÝ ³Ý»É. [wet] – Ëáݳí what p. [2zi:br@] – ½»µñ weigh v. [verI] – ß³ï. [ju:] – ¹áõù. [wel] – ɳí wet v.

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