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6 get v et bekommen, kaufen obtenir, acheter ricevere, comprare Where did you get that shirt?
Write your name in this column and your
6 column n klm Spalte colonne colonna age in that column.
6 object n bdkt Objekt, Gegenstand objet oggetto There are five objects on the table.
6 bag n b Tasche, Tten sachet borsa This is my school bag.
6 box n bks Schachtel bote box Cereal comes in boxes.
6 CD player n si di ple CD-Spieler lecteur cd lettore cd I listen to music on my CD player.
6 chair n te Stuhl chaise sedia I am sitting on a chair.
6 clean adj klin sauber propre pulito That jumper is clean.
6 look v lk sehen, ansehen regarder guardare I like to look at animals in the zoo.
6 nothing pronoun n nichts ne rien niente There is nothing in the fridge.
6 noun n nan Substantiv substantif nome Write a list of ten nouns.
6 pen n pen Fller stylo penna I use a pen to write.
6 penpal n penpl Brieffreund/in correspondant amico di penna My son has a penpal in Japan.
6 picture n pkt Bild image dipinto, immagine, fotografia This is a picture of my family.
6 projector n prdekt Projektor projecteur proiettore We use a projector to watch films in class.
6 table n tebl Tisch table tavola Your book is on the table.
6 which determiner wt welcher, welche, welches lequel, laquelle quale Which car is yours?
The teacher writes on the whiteboard in
6 whiteboard n watbd Weiwandtafel tableau blanc tavola bianca class.
6 word n wd Wort mot parola "Photograph" is a difficult word to spell.
6 ask v sk fragen demander chiedere Visitors usually ask about the castle.
The Stars and Stripes is the national flag of
6 national adj nnl national national nazionale the USA.
6 pair n pe Paar groupe de deux paio He has got a new pair of trousers.
She invited all her colleagues and their
6 partner n ptn Partner partenaire partner partners to the party.
6 point v pnt zeigen auf indiquer indicare, additare Point to the correct answer.
6 student n stjudnt Student tudiant studente There are twelve students in my class.

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I always take my camera with me when I go
6 take v tek nehmen, mitnehmen prendre portare on holiday.
6 take turns n tn sich abwechseln alterner avec qc. alternarsi It's your turn to do the washing-up.
6 work v wk Arbeit travail lavoro She works in a big office in New York.
6 blue adj blu blau bleu blu, azzuro My dad has got blue eyes.
6 brown adj bran braun brun marrone, castano He has got light brown hair.
6 green adj rin grn vert verde My sister has got green eyes.
6 orange adj rnd orange orange arancione I like your orange T-shirt!
6 purple adj ppl lila, violett violet violetto He doesn't like the colour purple.
6 red adj red rot rouge rosso She drives a red sports car.
6 white adj wat wei blanc bianco I like your white shirt.
6 yellow adj jel gelb jaune giallo Her favourite colour is yellow.
Can you answer this question for me
6 answer v ns antworten, beantworten rpondre rispondere please?
6 favourite adj fevrt Lieblings- prfr favorito My favourite colour is black.
6 what pronoun wt was quel, quelle quale What is your favourite colour?
6 alphabet n lfbet Alphabet alphabet alfabeto There are 26 letters in the English alphabet.
He never uses a comb or a brush in the
6 comb n km Kamm peigne pettine mornings.
6 has v z, z, hz hat a ha She has two sons and four daughters.
6 letter n let Brief lettre lettera I write a letter to my penpal every month.
6 listen v lsn zuhren couter ascoltare I like to listen to rock music.
6 same adj sem der-, die-, dasselbe mme stesso Your shoes are the same colour as mine!
6 sound n sand Klang son suono We can hear the sound of traffic outside.
6 vowel n val Vokal voyelle vocale 'Queueing' is a word with five vowels in it.
Write your name and telephone number on
6 write v rat schreiben crire scrivere this paper.
6 repeat v rpit wiederholen rpter ripetere Can you repeat the answer, please?
6 an determiner n ein un, une un, una This is an apple.
6 it pronoun t es le lo, la 'What is that?' 'It is a mobile phone.'
6 or conj oder ou o Do you like this one or the blue one best?
6 say v se sagen dire dire How do you say 'table' in French?

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6 spell v spel buchstabieren peler compitare, sillabare Can you spell your name for me?
6 question n kwestn Frage question domanda How many questions are in this exercise?
6 actor n kt Schauspieler acteur attore He is a Hollywood actor.
6 are v , sind sont sono Who are your friends?
6 birthday n bde Geburtstag anniversaire compleanno It's my birthday next week.
6 from preposition frm, frm aus, von de di I ran all the way home from school.
6 here adv h hier, hierher ici qui I live here, in Madrid.
6 how adv ha wie comment come How did you get my phone number?
6 is v z, z ist est Where is my mobile?
6 spelling n spel Schreibweise, Orthografie orthographe ortografia My spelling is terrible.
6 today adverb tde heute aujourd'hui oggi It's Linda's birthday today.
6 underline v ndlan unterstreichen souligner sottolineare Underline the correct answers.
6 when adv wen wann quand quando When is Linda's birthday?
6 where adv we wo o dove Where is the museum, please?
6 who pronoun hu wer qui chi Who is your teacher?
6 why adv wa warum pourquoi perch Why are you so late?
6 you pronoun j, j, ju du tu tu How are you today?
6 above preposition bv oben ci-dessus sopra The light is above the door.
She speaks three languages: Japanese,
6 language n lwd Sprache langue linguaggio Spanish and English.
6 a determiner , e ein, eine un, une un, una That is a newspaper.
6 capital n kptl Hauptstadt capitale capitale London is the capital of England.
6 class n kls Klasse classe classe Mary is in the same class as me.
Sometimes I find it hard to concentrate
6 concentrate v knsntret konzentrieren se concentrer concentrarsi when I'm driving long distances.
6 could modal verb kd, kd knnte pourrais pu My brother could read when he was five.
6 does modal verb dz, dz macht, tut fait fa What does he eat for breakfast?
6 don't modal verb dnt mach nicht, tu nicht ne fait pas non fa I don't know the answer.
6 example n zmpl Beispiel exemple esempio Cheese is an example of food.
6 for preposition f, f fr par (exemple) per I've been at this school for six years.
6 mean v min bedeuten signifier significare 'Start' and 'begin' mean the same thing.
6 of course adv phr v ks natrlich bien sr certo Of course I like pizza! Who doesn't?

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6 page n ped Seite page pagina I tore a page out of my notebook.
I have got a headache, so I can't go to the
6 so conj s also donc perci, quindi party.
6 that det, pron t das cel, a quello, a He lives in that house on the corner.
6 two number tu zwei deux due She has got two sisters.
6 understand v ndstnd verstehen comprendre capire Does Jim understand Spanish?
6 yes adv jes ja oui s 'Are you Ann?' 'Yes, I am.'
6 then adv en dann puis, ensuite poi I get up at 6 o'clock then I go to work.
6 number v nmb Zahl nombre numero Number the questions from 1 to 10.
6 eight number et acht huit otto He has got eight cousins.
6 eleven number levn elf onze undici Football teams have got eleven players.
Rugby Union teams have got fifteen
6 fifteen number fftin fnfzehn quinze quindici players.
6 fifty number ffti fnfzig cinquante cinquanta My dad's fifty.
6 five number fav fnf cinq cinque The town is five miles away.
6 four number f vier quatre quattro Most cars have got four wheels.
6 hundred number hndrd hundert cent cento There are one hundred people at this party.
6 no adv n nein, kein non /ne pas/aucun no 'Is that your bag?' 'No.'
6 one number wn ein un uno I have got one brother.
6 seven number sevn sieben sept sei There are seven days in a week.
6 six number sks sechs six sette There are six fish in the fishbowl.
6 ten number ten zehn dix dieci Half of twenty is ten.
Thirteen is an unlucky number for some
6 thirteen number tin dreizehn treize tredici people.
6 thirty number ti dreiig trente trenta There are thirty days in September.
6 three number ri drei trois tre My cousin is three years old.
6 twelve number twelv zwlf douze dodici There are twelve months in a year.
6 twenty number twenti zwanzig vingt venti I am twenty years old.
Unit 1
7 welcome adj welkm willkommen bienvenu benvenuto Mary made us very welcome.
7 article n tkl Artikel article articolo Look at this interesting newspaper article.
7 British adj brt britisch britannique britannico Ted is British.

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7 check v tek berprfen vrifier controllare Check your answers with your partner.
7 comfortable adj kmftbl, kmft- bequem, angenehm l'aise, confortable comodo Are you comfortable sitting on the floor?
What's your email address? Can I send you
7 email n, v imel E-Mail courrier lectronique email an email?
Please complete this form and give it back
7 form n fm Formular formulaire modulo to me.
7 improve v mpruv verbessern amliorer migliorare I need to improve my English for my job.
7 information n nfmen Information information informazione I want some travel information, please.
7 into preposition nt, nt in, hinein dans in, dentro My dictionary fits into my pocket.
7 introduce v ntrdjus vorstellen introduire presentare Can you introduce me to your sister?
This is the key for the front door of my
7 key n ki Schlssel cl chiave house.
7 make v mek machen produire, faire produrre, fare The company makes cars.
7 people n pl pipl Leute gens gente There are too many people in this room.
I listen to English podcasts on my MP3
7 podcast n pdkst Podcast podcast podcast player.
Can you tell me the price of this book,
7 price n pras Preis prix prezzo please?
7 read v rid lesen lire leggere I can read Russian, but I can't speak it.
7 reading n rid Lesen la lecture lettura My favourite hobby is reading.
7 request n rkwest Anfrage demande richiesta Can I make a request?
7 room n rum Zimmer pice / chambre stanza This is the room I work in.
7 situation n stuen Situation situation situazione We are in a very difficult situation.

George can speak five languages: English,


7 speak v spik sprechen parler parlare Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian.
7 this det, pron s dies ce/cet questo, a This coffee's cold.
7 TV n ti vi Fernseher TV TV Whats on TV tonight?
7 unit n junt Lektion leon lezione The coursebook is divided into six units.
7 use v juz benutzen utiliser usare Can I use your phone, please?
7 watch v wt ansehen, sehen regarder guardare, vedere He loves to watch films.
7 writing n rat Schreiben /Schrift/Schriftliches crire / ecriture scritto I couldn't read the writing on the envelope.

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7 yourself pronoun jself dich te, toi-mme te stesso Do you make yourself dinner every night?
7 caf n kfe Caf caf caff, bar My mum works in a caf.
7 coin n kn Mnze pice de monnaie moneta He put a 50p coin into the drinks machine.
7 fast adj, adv fst schnell vite veloce He loves fast cars.
7 funny adj fni lustig drle buffo, divertente My teacher tells us funny jokes.
7 hotel n htel Hotel htel albergo, hotel Debbie works in a hotel in Brighton.
7 light adv lat leicht/mit leichtem Gepck lger leggero I'm travelling light today just the one bag.
7 meet v mit kennen lernen faire la connaissance de conoscere He likes to meet new people.
7 moose n mus Elch lan alce Can you see that moose over there?
7 niece n nis Nichte nice nipote He's going to visit his niece in America.
7 shop n p Laden magasin negozio This town has good clothes shops.
7 small adj sml klein petit piccolo I have got a small dog called Fluffy.
7 talk v tk sprechen parler parlare, fare conversazione Can I talk to you please?
In Paris, there are tourists from all over the
7 tourist n trst Tourist touriste turista world.
7 travel v trvl reisen voyager viaggiare I use my car to travel to work.
7 want v wnt wollen vouloir volere What do you want for your birthday?
7 with preposition w, w mit avec con Can I come with you?
7 world n wld Welt monde mondo I think Paris is the best city in the world.
8 country n kntri Land pays paese How many countries are there in Europe?
8 grammar n rm Grammatik grammaire grammatica He loves to study English grammar!
8 greeting n rit Begrung salutation saluto Saying 'hello' is an English greeting.
8 nature n net Natur nature natura Storms remind us of the power of nature.
Our teacher wants us to improve our
8 vocabulary n vkbjlri Vokabular vocabulaire vocabulario vocabulary.
8 airport n ept Flughafen aroport aeroporto We live near Sydney airport.
8 health centre n hel sent rztezentrum centre mdico-social poliambulatorio The health centre is in the town centre.
8 office n fs Bro bureau ufficio The manager's office is on the second floor.
8 photo n ft Foto foto foto, fotografia Look at this photo of my family.
I like this place a lot they have really good
8 place n ples Ort lieu posto food.
8 under preposition nd unter sous sotto The dog is under the table.

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8 can modal verb kn, kn knnen pouvoir potere Pete can speak Spanish.
8 classroom n kls-rm, -rum Klassenzimmer salle de classe classe There are six students in the classroom.
Do you want me to cook an omelette for
8 cook v kk kochen cuisiner cucinare you?
8 doctor n dkt Arzt docteur dottore My mum's a doctor.
8 evening n ivn Abend soir sera We usually eat at 7 in the evening.
8 fine adj fan sehr gut, fein trs bien, fin eccellente We sell fine food from around the world.
8 friend n frend Freund ami amico This is my friend, Bella.
8 good adj d gut bon buono Italian food is really good!
Costa Rica is a great place to visit on
8 great adj ret groartig gnial fantastico holiday.
8 hello interj hl hallo salut ciao Hello, can I help you?
8 help v help helfen aider aiutare I need help to complete this exercise.
8 hi interj ha Hallo hallo salve Hi! How are you?
8 I pronoun a ich je io I don't understand.
8 match v mt zuordnen relier uguagliare Match the questions to the answers.
There's a newsagent's at the end of our
8 newsagent's n njuzednt Kiosk kiosque kiosk street.
8 noisy adj nzi lrmend, laut bruyant rumoroso My children are always very noisy.
8 oh interj oh o oh 'How are you today?' 'Oh, OK I suppose.'

8 seat n sit Platz place sedia I couldn't get a seat on the bus this morning.
8 see v si sehen voir vedere I can see your brother over there!
8 sorry adj sri entschuldigung pardon mi dispiace Sorry I'm late!
8 thanks interj ks danke merci grazie 'Lunch is ready.' 'Thanks, Mum.'
8 all determiner l alle tout, tous, toutes tutto Have you done all your homework?
8 beginning n bn Anfang dbut inizio I don't like the beginning of the book.
8 do v du: tun faire fare I have got a lot of homework to do tonight.
8 exercise n ekssaz bung exercice esercizio Try to do some exercise every day.
8 idea n ad Idee ide idea I have a lot of good ideas.
8 news n njuz Nachrichten nouvelles notizie I watch the news on TV every morning.
8 personal adj psnl persnlich, eigen personnel personale This is my personal telephone number.

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Don't forget to end the sentence with a full
8 sentence n sentns Satz phrase frase stop.
8 short adj t kurz court corto, breve It's a short film about lions.
8 summary n smri Zusammenfassung rsum riassunto Write a summary of the article.
Can you give me some tips on how to grow
8 tip n tp Tipp conseil suggerimento, dritta these plants?
We have choir practice on Tuesday
8 practice n prkts Probe, bung rptition pratica evening.
8 group n rup Gruppe groupe gruppo Do you want to work in our group?
He's cleverer than the other kids in his
8 other determiner andere, anderer autre altro class.
8 walk v wk gehen se prominer camminare I usually walk to college.
9 add v d hinzufgen ajouter aggiungere Add more garlic to the sauce.
9 circle v skl einkreisen encercler cerchiare Circle all the wrong answers.
The word machine is stressed on the
9 stressed adj strest betont accentu accentuato second syllable.

9 syllable n slbl Silbe syllabe sillaba Which English word has the most syllables?
9 remember v rmemb sich merken se rappeler ricordare I couldn't remember her name.
If you stress the first syllable, the meaning
9 stress v stres betonen accentuer accentuare of the word changes.
9 food n fud Essen nourriture, bouffe cibo My favourite food is sushi.
9 hear v h hren entendre sentire Can you hear my mobile ringing?
9 music n mjuzk Musik musique musica Do you like this music?
9 quiz n kwz Rtsel quiz quiz I want to enter a TV quiz!
9 shape n ep Form forme forma What shape is the box?
9 taste v test schmecken sentir assaggiare Do you like the taste of coffee?
9 first adj fst erste, erster premier primo January is the first month of the year.
9 job n db Beruf, Arbeit profession, emploi lavoro Teaching is an interesting job.
9 now adv na jetzt maintenant adesso They now live in Yorkshire.
9 tick v tk ein Hkchen setzen cocher spuntare Tick each answer that you got right.

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You have 20 minutes to answer each
9 each determiner it jede, jeder chaque ogni question.
9 piece n pis Teil, Stck morceau pezzo Mum cut the pizza into four equal pieces.
9 guess v es raten deviner suporre I think he's fifty, but that's just a guess.

9 read out v rid at laut lesen lire haute voix leggere ad alta voce Can you read out the answer again, please?
Police identified the victim of the accident
10 identify v adentfa bestimmen identifier identificare as John Shelley.
Apostrophe, plus 's' ('s) is a common way of
10 possessive adj pzesv possessiv possessif possessivo showing the possessive form of a noun.
10 these det, pron iz diese ces questi, e Are these your shoes?
10 those det, pron z jene ceux-l quelli, e Where did you get those trousers?
10 camera n kmr Fotoapparat, Kamera appareil photo macchina fotografica Do you like my new camera?
10 diary n dari Tagebuch journal intime diario I always write birthdays in my diary.
My girlfriend uses a hairbrush every
10 hairbrush n hebr Haarbrste brosse spazzola morning.
10 laptop n lptp Laptop ordinateur portable computer portatile I use a laptop if I'm travelling by train.
10 magazine n mzin Zeitschrift revue rivista I prefer magazines to newspapers.
10 mobile phone n mbal fn Handy (tlphone) portable telefonino Call me on my mobile phone.

10 MP3 player n em pi ri ple MP3-Player lecteur mp3 lettore MP3 Can you help me look for my MP3 player?
10 next adj nekst nchste, nchster prochain prossimo What time is the next train to York?

10 passport n pspt Reisepass passeport passaporto You need a passport to visit other countries.
10 purse n ps Geldbeutel porte-monnaie portamonete I've got lots of money in my purse.
10 sunglasses n pl snlsz Sonnenbrille lunettes de soleil occhiali da sole Do you like my new sunglasses?
10 sweater n swet Pullover pull-over golf It is very cold, so I'm wearing a sweater.
10 ticket n tkt Eintrittskarte billet biglietto How much is a bus ticket to London?
10 toothbrush n tubr Zahnbrste brosse dents spazzolino da denti Liz always uses an electric toothbrush.
10 always adv lwz, -wez immer toujours sempre I always have cereal for breakfast.
10 clothes shop n phr klz p, klz Bekleidungsgeschft magasin de vtements negozio di vestiti There are lots of clothes shops in town.

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I need a list of the people coming to the
10 list n lst Liste liste lista party.
10 pronunciation n prnnsien Aussprache prononciation pronuncia Is that the correct pronunciation?
10 pocket n pkt Tasche poche tasca There's a hole in my pocket!
I put my hand luggage in the overhead
10 hand luggage n hnd ld Handgepck bagage main bagaglio a mano compartment.

10 advert n dvt Werbung publicit pubblicit I like funny TV adverts with animals in them!
Jan plays the guitar, and she also plays the
10 also adv ls auch aussi anche piano.
10 another determiner n noch einer, ein anderer un autre un altro Do you have another pen I can use?
I'm at work from 9 o'clock to 5 o'clock, from
10 at preposition t, t bei, mit a Monday to Friday.
10 but conj bt, bt aber mais ma I can't play football but I can play tennis.

10 discuss v dsks diskutieren discuter discutere Discuss these sentences with your partner.
10 go v gehen aller andare Do you want to go for a coffee?
10 hers pronoun hz ihr, ihre sa, son sua My hair is different from hers.
10 intelligent adj nteldnt intelligent intelligent intelligente Lisa is a very intelligent girl.
I just have one question for you: do you like
10 just adv dst, dst nur, gerade mal juste solo my new shoes?

10 love v lv lieben aimer amare Anna loves Steve and wants to marry him.
10 OK adj, adv ke OK OK, bien va bene, ok Is it OK if I phone you tonight?
I have only got twenty minutes for lunch
10 only adv nli nur seulement solo today.
10 pack v pk packen mettre dans la valise mettere (dentro), prendere Don't forget to pack your toothbrush!
10 perfect adj pfkt perfekt parfait perfetto She speaks perfect English.
10 problem n prblm Problem problme problema I've got a problem with my back.
10 side n sad Seite ct parte I live on the other side of the city.
10 thing n Ding, Sache chose cosa A key is a thing we use to open doors.
10 traveller n trvl Reisender voyageur viaggiatore She is an experienced traveller.

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I can't climb up ladders - I'm afraid of
10 up adv, prepositionp hinauf sur su, in cima a heights!
10 yours pronoun jz dein, deine ton, ta tuo, vostro, Suo Is this bag mine or yours?
10 zip v zp Reiverschluss zumachen remonter la fermeture-clair chiudere la cerniera I can't zip my bag shut!
11 DVD n di vi di DVD DVD DVD I love buying DVDs!
11 extract n ekstrkt Auszug extrait estratto Read this extract from a newspaper article.
11 mine pronoun man mein, meine le mien, la mienne (il) mio, (la) mia, (i) miei, (le) mieIs that sandwich yours or mine?
11 minute n mnt Minute minute minuto I finish work in forty minutes.
11 wait v wet warten attendre aspettare I hate waiting for buses!
11 dictionary n dknri Wrterbuch dictionnaire dizionario My English dictionary has 300,000 words!

11 window n wnd Fenster fentre finestra I can see the sea from my bedroom window.
11 alternative adj ltntv alternativ alternatif alternativo 'Hi' is an informal alternative to 'hello'.
Please give your age (in brackets) after your
11 bracket n brkt Klammer parenthse parentesi name.

11 maybe adv mebi vielleicht peut-tre forse Maybe I can help you with your homework.
Don't come too near I've got a really bad
12 cold n kld Erkltung rhume raffreddore cold!
You can buy those wallets in Spain for
12 euro n jr Euro euro euro about ten euros.
I want to buy some Japanese Yen what's
12 exchange rate n phr kstend ret Wechselkurs taux de change tasso di cambio the exchange rate, please?
Can you lend me some money to buy a
12 money n mni Geld argent soldi drink, please?
The train for Brighton leaves from platform
12 platform n pltfm Bahnsteig, Gleis quai binario, banchina, marciapiede four.
12 postcard n pstkd Postkarte carte postale cartolina Send us a postcard from your holiday!
Can I have a return ticket from Birmingham
12 return ticket n phr rtn tkt Rckfahrkarte billet aller-retour biglietto di ritorno to London, please?
Today I've got chicken sandwiches for
12 sandwich n snwd belegtes Brtchen sandwich panino, tramezzino lunch.

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Can I have a single ticket to Feltham,
12 single ticket n phr sl tkt einfache Fahrkarte aller, aller simple biglietto di andata please.
I always buy my mum a souvenir when I go
12 souvenir n suvn, suvn Souvenir souvenir souvenir on holiday.
12 train station n tren sten Bahnhof gare stazione Meet me at the train station at 4 o'clock.
It is impolite to leave in the middle of a
13 impolite adj mplat unhflich impoli maleducato, scortese lecture.
13 polite adj plat hflich poli beneducato, cortese Kevin is a very polite young man.

13 juice n dus Saft jus succo Can I have a glass of orange juice, please?
Today, my lunch is a ham sandwich and an
13 orange n rnd Orange orange arancia orange.
13 cake n kek Kuchen gteau torta This chocolate cake is delicious!
13 cheese n tiz Kse fromage formaggio Michael wants extra cheese on his pizza.
13 chicken n tkn Huhn poulet pollo I love chicken sandwiches!
13 egg n e Ei oeuf uovo The birds lay their eggs in spring.
Before they go to bed, I make the children a
13 hot chocolate n phr ht tklt heie Schokolade chocolat chaud cioccolata drink of hot chocolate.
13 mineral water n phr mnrl wt Mineralwasser eau minrale acqua minerale I prefer mineral water to tap water.
13 tea n ti Tee th t I prefer tea to coffee.
I like the taste of tuna but I don't like the
13 tuna n tjun Thunfisch thon tonno smell.
14 angry adj ri verrgert furieux arrabbiato People who drive badly make me angry.

14 guest n est Gast invit ospite How many guests are coming to your party?
My sister's a sales manager for a big
14 manager n mnd Manager. Leiter dirigeant, grant,manager amministratore, manager company.
14 married adj mrid verheiratet mari sposato She is married to a famous footballer.
14 programme n prrm Sendung (TV) mission programma My favourite TV programmes are quizzes.

14 staff n stf Mitarbeiter, Belegschaft personnel, employs personale If you need help, ask a member of our staff.
14 terrible adj terbl schrecklich pouvantable terribile That restaurant serves terrible food!

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Draw a box and then divide it into four equal
14 box n bks Kasten case, bote casella parts.
Can I talk to you about the problem when
14 convenient adj knvinint passend, richtig commode comodo it's convenient.
14 lift n lft Aufzug ascenseur ascensore Al doesn't like getting into lifts.
14 parking n pk Parkplatz stationnement, parking parcheggiare There is free parking in front of my house.
Please give your name to reception when
14 reception n rsepn Empfang rception reception you arrive.
14 restaurant n restrnt Restaurant restaurant ristorante This is my favourite restaurant.
Be careful you always pay extra for room
14 room service n phr rum svs Zimmerservice service de chambre servizio in camera service!
14 stairs n ste Treppe escalier scalino, scala There are lots of stairs up to my flat.
14 major n med Major commandant maggiore My dad is a major in the British Army.
I'm surprised that you don't like Chinese
14 surprised adj sprazd berrascht tonn sorpreso food!
14 animal n nml Tier animal animale My favourite animal is a honey badger.
My grandmother has a lot of antique
14 antique n ntik Antiquitt meuble/objet ancien oggetto antico furniture in her house.
14 remarkable adj rmkbl bemerkenswert remarquable notevole That's a remarkable achievement.
I am always tired when I finish work on
14 tired adj tad mde fatigu stanco Fridays.
15 breakfast n brekfst Frhstck petit djeuner colazione My favourite breakfast is a 'full English'.
15 family name n phr fmli nem Familienname nom de famille cognome Our family name is Smith.
15 good evening d ivn guten Abend bon soir buona sera Good evening, everybody, and welcome!
15 nightlife n natlaf Nachtleben vie nocturne vita notturna Madrid has a wonderful nightlife.
What does the phrase 'wakey wakey'
15 phrase n frez Phrase phrase frase mean?
I'd like to make a reservation for dinner
15 reservation n rezven Reservierung rservation riservazione tonight.
My sister works as a receptionist in the
15 receptionist n rsepnst Rezeptionist, Empfangsdame rceptionniste receptionist Grand Hotel in town.
15 address n dres Adresse adresse indirizzo My address is 37 King Street, London.

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15 person n psn Person personne persona Diana is a very kind person.
15 reply v rpla antworten rpondre rispondere I've got a lot of emails to reply to today!
Can I reserve a table for two at 9 o'clock,
15 reserve v rzv reservieren rserver riservare please?
15 choose v tuz whlen choisir scegliere I can't decide which cake to choose!

15 stay v ste bleiben rester stare I don't want to stay in that spooky old hotel!
16 cough v kf husten tousser tossire Matthew coughed and cleared his throat.
16 mosque n msk Moschee mosque moschea The biggest mosque in the world is in Mali.
16 president n prezdnt Prsident prsident presidente Who is the president of the United States?
My friend Julio is from Peru in South
16 South America n sa merk Sdamerika Amrique du Sud il Sudamerica America.
16 letter n let Brief lettre lettera 'Table' is a five-letter word.
16 famous adj fems berhmt fameux famoso Many famous actors live in Beverly Hills.
16 electrical adj lektrkl elektrisch lectrique elettrico A computer is an electrical object.
Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll is my
16 poem n pm Gedicht pome poema favourite poem.
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18 compartment n kmptmnt Abteil compartiment scomparto My purse has several compartments.
18 online adj nlan online en ligne, connect in linea Use our online shop, and get free postage!
18 right adj rat richtig bon corretto, giusto Well done that's the right answer!
For more information about the hotel, visit
18 website n websat Webseite site web website our website.
18 book n bk Buch livre libro He likes to read adventure books.
Come to my house after work and we can
18 chat v tt plaudern, miteinander reden bavarder chiacchierare, chattare have a cup of tea and a chat.
18 cinema n snm Kino cinma cinema Shall we go to the cinema tonight?
English and Chinese are very different
18 different adj dfrnt anders, verschieden diffrent diverso languages.
18 drink v drk trinken boire bere I don't drink coffee, only tea.
18 easy adj izi leicht facile facile Last night's homework was very easy.
18 eat v it essen manger mangiare What do you want to eat for lunch?

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These days there are people with mobile
18 everywhere adv evriwe berall partout dappertutto phones everywhere.
18 film n flm Film film film, pellicola 'Star Wars' is my favourite film.
I like talking to other trainspotters on this
18 forum n frm Forum forum forum internet forum.
18 golf n lf Golf golf golf Do you play golf?
18 gym n dm Sporthalle salle de gym palestra I go to the gym twice a week.
18 junk food n phr dk fud Junkfood malbouffe cibo spazzatura You eat too much junk food.
18 laid-back adj led bk entspannt dcontract rilassato Phil is a very laid-back person.
18 like v lak mgen aimer volere, piacere Katie likes John a lot.
18 litre n lit Liter litre litro I try to drink a litre of water a day.
18 musical n mjuzkl Musical comdie musicale musical I love all the old Hollywood musicals.
18 noticeboard n ntsbd Informationstafel panneau d'affichage tabellone d'informazioni The exam results are on the noticeboard.
My grandfather is a very old man he's
18 old adj ld alt vieux vecchio ninety-six years old!
18 play v ple spielen jouer giocare Do you know how to play tennis?
We bought some popcorn before going in to
18 popcorn n ppkn Popcorn pop-corn pop corn see the film.
How much does it cost to post a letter to
18 post v pst verffentlichen (auf Webseite) afficher postare Australia?
18 running n rn Laufen, Joggen jogging corsa Running keeps me fit.
18 sometimes adv smtamz manchmal parfois a volte I go there for lunch sometimes.
I like to play most sports, but basketball is
18 sport n spt Sport sport sport my favourite.
18 swimming n swm Schwimmen natation nuoto Do you want to go swimming?
18 teacher n tit Lehrer professeur insegnante Miss Lind is my English teacher.
18 together adv te zusammen ensemble insieme Work together in a group of five students.
18 weekend n wikend, wikend Wochenende fin de semaine, week-end weekend, fine settimana Did you have a good weekend?
19 man n mn Mann homme uomo He is a very important man.
19 activity n ktvti Aktivitt activit attivit My favourite holiday activity is sunbathing.
All our friends and neighbours are coming to
19 neighbour n neb Nachbar voisin vicino the party.

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19 positive adj pztv positiv positif positivo I feel very positive about my driving test.
19 car n k Auto voiture macchina We decided to travel by car.
19 party n pti Party fte festa, party We're having a party next Saturday.
19 team n tim Team quipe team, equipe I play for my local football team.
20 dinner n dn Abendessen dner cena I'm going out for dinner tonight.
20 early adv li frh tt presto I get up very early every day.
20 finish v fn beenden terminer finire Finish this exercise for homework, please.
20 get up phr v et p aufstehen se lever alzarsi, svegliare I get up at 6 o'clock every morning.
20 late adv let spt tard tardi I got up late this morning.
What time did you leave the party
20 leave v li:v verlassen partir de partire, lasciare yesterday?.
20 lunch n lnt Mittagessen djeuner pranzo I'm having fish and chips for lunch today!
20 school n skul Schule cole scuola Mr Mamood is a teacher at my school.
20 start v stt anfangen commencer cominciare My little brother started school yesterday.
Every hotel in the city centre is very
20 every determiner evri jeder, jede chaque tutto, a expensive.
20 morning n mn Morgen matin mattina I was late for work this morning.
20 fly v fla fliegen piloter pilotare I prefer flying to going by ferry.
20 Friday n fradi, -de Freitag vendredi venerdi See you on Friday!
20 Monday n mndi, -de Montag lundi lunedi I start my new job on Monday.
20 Saturday n stdi, -de Samstag samedi sabato Saturday is my favourite day of the week!
20 sound v sand klingen sembler, avoir l'air sembrare It sounds like she's very angry!
The president is making a statement on the
20 statement n stetmnt Aussage, Behauptung dclaration dichiarazione news today.
20 Sunday n sndi, -de Sonntag dimanche domenica My mum goes to church every Sunday.
20 Thursday n zdi, -de Donnerstag jeudi gioved Claire goes to hospital on Thursday.
Our next meeting is on Tuesday the 10th of
20 Tuesday n tjuzdi, -de Dienstag mardi marted March.
20 verb n vb vb Verb verbe verbo Write a list of ten verbs.
20 Wednesday n wenzdi, -de Mittwoch mercredi mercoled I go to football practice every Wednesday.
My brother and his wife came to visit us last
20 wife n waf Ehefrau pouse moglie week.

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You can visit the studio and watch a live
21 live adj lav live en direct in diretta broadcast.
21 next to prep phr nekst t, t neben ct de vicino a I live next to a hairdresser's.
Prepare a conversation about sport with
21 prepare v prpe vorbereiten prparer preparare your partner.
21 show n Sendung misison spettacolo, programma I love going to see shows in the theatre.
21 time n tam Zeit temps tempo 'What time is it?' 'Its half past four.'
21 pilot n palt Pilot pilote pilota His brother is an airline pilot.

21 rule n rul Regel rgle regola Jamie explained the rules of the game to us.
Think of three verbs related to daily
21 think v k denken penser pensare routines.
22 city n sti Stadt ville citt London is the largest city in England.
I need to book a table for the restaurant this
22 book v bk buchen rserver prenotare evening.
22 leaflet n liflt Prospekt dpliant depliant This is a leaflet about Buckingham Palace.
This afternoon I'm going on a tour of the
22 tour n t Tour tour giro, visita Prado art gallery.

23 afternoon n ftnun Nachmittag aprs-midi pomeriggio He sometimes has a sleep in the afternoon.
23 bus n bs Bus bus autobus I usually catch a bus to college.

23 exactly adv zktli genau, exakt exactement esattamente I knew exactly when it was going to happen.
23 front adj. frnt vorderer, vordere de devant, premier davanti Can I sit in the front of the car?
23 gate n et Tor, Eingang porte cancello I enter my front garden through a gate.
23 slowly adv slli langsam lentement lentamente Can you speak more slowly, please?
23 woman n wmn Frau femme donna Diana is a very beautiful woman.
My office is air-conditioned, which is
23 air-conditioned adj e kndnd klimatisiert climatis con aria condizionata fantastic in the summer!
23 amazing adj mez erstaunlich stupfiant stupendo Their apartment is amazing.
Do you want to go to the beach this
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23 beautiful adj bjutfl schn beau bello Anna is a beautiful woman.
Do you want to go on a boat tour with me
23 boat n bt Boot bateau barca this afternoon?
23 building n bld Gebude btiment edificio The science laboratory is in this building.
It's a condition of travelling on these trains
23 condition n kndn Bedingung condition condizione that you book a seat.
23 enjoy v nd genieen jouir de godere, divertirsi I enjoy shopping with my friends.
23 fantastic adj fntstk fantastisch merveilleux fantastico It's a fantastic film!
23 fishing n f Angeln, Fischen pche pesca Do you want to go fishing?
The guide pointed out the cathedral on the
23 guide n ad Fhrer guide guida left.
23 harbour n hb Hafen port porto Portsmouth Harbour has lots of boats.
23 junk n dk Dschunke jonque giunca There are 20 junks in the harbour.
23 light n lat Licht lumire luce There is lots of light in our new apartment.
My penpal Pietro has a house in the
23 mountain n mantn Berg montagne montagna mountains.
There is a bird sitting outside my bedroom
23 outside preposition atsad vor, auen, drauen en dehors de, devant fuori window.
23 paradise n prdas Paradies paradis paradiso Hawaii is a paradise for windsurfers.
23 port n pt Hafen port porto Liverpool is a large port.
23 revolving adj rvlv drehend tournant girevole Lots of big hotels have revolving doors.
23 shopping n p Einkaufen les courses shopping My boyfriend hates shopping.
23 street n strit Strae rue strada Go to the end of the street and turn left.
I'm going to try and climb to the top of that
23 top n tp Spitze haut, sommet cima tree!
There is a very good tram system in
23 tram n trm Straenbahn tram tram Amsterdam.
There are wonderful views from the top of
23 view n vju Blick vue vista the hill.
This is the most beautiful village in the
23 village n vld Dorf village paese, villaggio Cotswolds.

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24 chalet n le Chalet, Berghtte, Skihtte chalet chalet We stayed in a chalet on our skiing holiday.
24 clear adj kl klar, deutlich clair, lisible chiaro His writing isn't very clear.

24 cook n kk Koch cuisinier cuoco All meals are freshly prepared by our cook.
24 cool adj kul toll, klasse dcontract, cool grande, eccellente I like your new T-shirt it's really cool!
24 holiday n hldi, -de Ferien vacances vacanza Did you have a nice holiday?
24 presenter n przent Moderator, Sprecher, Ansager prsentateur presentatore My aunt is a TV presenter on Channel 3.
Tonight I'm going to a preview of that new
24 preview n privju Vorschau avant-premire anteprima Hollywood blockbuster.
Lady Gaga is my daughter's favourite pop
24 singer n s Snger, Sngerin chanteur, chanteuse cantante singer.
Can you try to finish your homework tonight,
24 try v tra probieren essayer cercare di fare, provare please?
I couldn't park my car in the usual place
24 usual adj juul, jul blich, gewhnlich habituel solito today.
24 bread n bred Brot pain pane Every sandwich is made from bread.
24 buy v ba kaufen acheter comprare Where did you buy that T-shirt?
24 floor n fl Fuboden sol pavimento My dog sleeps on the floor in our kitchen.
24 soup n sup Suppe soupe zuppa Brad loves chicken soup.
24 wash v w waschen laver lavare My dad pays me to wash his car.
24 salt n slt Salz sel sale This sauce needs more salt.
My favourite video game is Big Moose
25 video game n vdi em Videospiel jeu vido videogioco Hunter . What's yours?
My grandmother says it's important to keep
25 active adj ktv aktiv actif attivo active.
25 Czech Republic n tek rpblk Tschechische Republik Rpublique tchque Repubblica Ceca My husband is from the Czech Republic.
25 especially adv speli besonders en particulier specialmente I love Italian food, especially pizza!
25 know v n wissen savoir sapere My brother knows a lot about cars.
25 law n l Gesetz loi legge You must obey the law.
25 lifestyle n lafstal Lebensart mode de vie stile di vita He has a very healthy lifestyle.
25 pencil n pensl Bleistift crayon matita Can I borrow your pencil?

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25 practise v prkts ben s'exercer esercitarsi in/a I practise playing the trumpet every day.
Next year, Mum and Dad are going on
25 Prague n prg Prag Prague Praga holiday to Prague.
25 university n junvsti Universitt universit universit I studied Tourism at university.
I am alone this weekend my parents are
26 alone adv ln allein seul solo on holiday.
26 paper n pep Papier, Blatt papier, feuille carta The Times is my favourite paper.
The scientists are doing a study on giraffes
26 study n stdi Untersuchung, Studie tude studio in Africa.
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All the students in my class are very
28 friendly adj frendli freundlich amical, sympathique amichevole, socievole friendly.
28 kind adj kand nett gentil gentile It's very kind of you to help me.
The streets are always very quiet on
28 quiet adj kwat ruhig silencieux silenzioso, tranquillo Sunday evenings.
28 serious adj sris ernst srieux serio My brother is always very serious.

28 stupid adj stjupd dumm stupide stupido Sometimes Sally talks to me like I'm stupid!
28 talkative adj tktv gesprchig bavard loquace My mum's a very talkative person.
Some of the students in my class are very
28 unfriendly adj nfrendli unfreundlich inamical antipatico, ostile unfriendly.
She says some very unkind things
28 unkind adj nkand nicht nett, unwirsch pas trs gentil scortese sometimes.
I often go through the park on my way home
28 often adv fn, ftn oft souvent spesso from school.
28 usually adv juuli, -li meistens, in der Regel d'habitude normalmente I usually get up at about 8.
28 around preposition rand um herum autour de intorno a A lot of famous people live around here.
29 phone verb fn anrufen tlphoner chiamare, telefonare I'm at work now phone me later.
29 text v tekst schreiben crire messaggiare Text me when you get there.
29 quite adv kwat ziemlich, recht assez abbastanza It is quite cold at night.
29 really adv rli wirklich, sehr vraiment veramente, realmente She's been really ill.
29 very adv veri sehr trs molto Joe looks very happy.

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29 joke n dk Spa, Witz blague scherzo Stop making jokes about my hair!
29 laugh v lf lachen rire ridere We couldn't stop laughing.
29 test n test Prfung contrle, test, examen esame I passed my history test.
30 brother n br Bruder frre fratello This is my brother Dave.
30 children n pl tldrn Kinder enfants bambini How many children have you got?
30 daughter n dt Tochter fille figlia They have two daughters.
30 husband n hzbnd Ehemann mari marito This is my husband Roy.
30 parents n pernt Eltern parents genitori I live with my parents.
30 sister n sst Schwester soeur sorella I share a bedroom with my sister.
30 son n sn Sohn fils figlio I have two sons and a daughter.
30 bed n bed Bett lit letto It's time to go to bed.
30 best adj best bester, beste meilleur migliore This is the best Chinese restaurant in town.
30 big adj b gro grand grande Tess lives in a big house in the country.
30 bored adj bd gelangweilt, sich langweilen s'ennuyer annoiato She gets bored very easily.
30 choir n kwa Chor choeur coro Sue sings in the school choir.
30 latest adj letst neuester, neueste dernier ultimo These shoes are the latest fashion.
None of the other children could speak
30 none pronoun nn kein aucun nessuno Italian.
30 nose n nz Nase nez naso She had a spot on her nose.
Their plan is to travel around Europe by
30 plan n pln Plan plan piano train.
Follow the prompts that the computer gives
30 prompt n prmpt Stichwort, Anleitung mot-cl, message guide-oprateur
direttiva you.
30 singing n s Singen, Gesang chant canto Dad is always singing in the shower!
30 sleep v slip schlafen dormir dormire Did you sleep well last night?
The Ukraine play the Netherlands at football
30 Ukraine n jukren Ukraine Ukraine Ucraina tonight.
30 unusual adj njuul, -l ungewhnlich peu commun insolito He has an unusual name.
30 voice n vs Stimme voix voce I could hear voices outside.
31 family tree n phr fmli tri Stammbaum arbre gnalogique albero genealogico Harry's researching his family tree.
31 apartment n ptmnt Wohnung appartement appartamento Let's meet at your apartment.
31 energetic adj endetk dynamisch, voller Energie dynamique energetico Puppies and kittens are very energetic.

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The office where I work is a very lively
31 lively adj lavli lebhaft anim vivace place.
31 Moscow n msk Moskau Moscou Mosca Moscow is the capital of Russia.
31 single adj sl alleinstehend clibataire single Do you have any single friends?
When we were in Ibiza, we went out
32 clubbing n klb in Discotheken gehen aller en bote andare a ballare clubbing every night.

32 December n dsemb Dezember dcembre dicembre My favourite month of the year is December.
32 June n dun Juni juin giugno We're going on holiday in June.
32 month n mn Monat mois mese Helena is having a baby in 6 months.
32 once adv wns einmal une fois una volta I go shopping once a week.
32 twice adv twas zweimal deux fois due volte I go swimming twice a week.
32 week n wik Woche semaine settimana I started my new job three weeks ago.
32 year n j Jahr an anno Only the Queen has two birthdays a year.
32 false adj fls inkorrekt, falsch faux falso Decide if these statements are true or false.
32 true adj tru richtig, wahr vrai, correct vero Decide if these statements are true or false.
32 awful adj fl schrecklich, entsetzlich affreux terribile, orribile, tremendo What awful food!
32 difficult adj dfklt schwierig difficile difficile Skiing isn't difficult, but it takes practice.
32 interest n ntrst Interesse intrt interesse Classic cars are my main interest.
A good teacher can make any subject
32 interesting adj ntrst interessant intressant interessante interesting.
32 wonderful adj wndfl wunderbar merveilleux meraviglioso It's wonderful to see you again!
33 free adj fri frei libre libero Are you free on Tuesday night?
Doctors suggest eating five pieces of fruit
33 suggest v sdest vorschlagen suggrer proporre, suggerire and vegetables every day.
How do you usually celebrate your
34 celebrate v selbret feiern fter, clbrer celebrare birthday?
34 occasion n ken Anlass, Gelegenheit occasion occasione I've seen her on several occasions.
34 dance v dns tanzen danser ballare I can't dance I've got a broken toe!
Are you going to invite your ex-boyfriend to
34 invite v nvat einladen inviter invitare your birthday party?

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Eighteen is a very special age for a young
34 special adj spel speziell particulier particolare, speciale person in the UK.
34 wear v we tragen (Kleidung) porter portare I decided to wear my blue dress.
34 architect n ktekt Architekt architecte architetto Her dad is an architect.
The bride always throws her flowers at the
34 bride n brad Braut jeune marie sposa end of the wedding.
The bridegroom is wearing a grey suit and a
34 bridegroom n bradrum Brutigam jeune mari sposo flower in his lapel.
They have a holiday home in Greece, on
34 Crete n krit Kreta Crte Creta the island of Crete.
34 gorgeous adj ds wunderschn splendide splendido Carlo is gorgeous has he got a girlfriend?
34 historian n hstrin Historiker historien storico AJP Taylor was a famous British historian.
34 island n alnd Insel le isola Britain is an island.
34 join v dn sich anschlieen se joindre partecipare I want to join a running club.
You can now get these fruits in your local
34 local adj lkl am Ort, vor Ort local locale supermarket.
My parents are on a cruise of the
34 Mediterranean n medtrenin Mittelmeer Mditerranne (mare) Mediterraneo Mediterranean.
34 never adv nev nie jamais mai I never remember to do my homework!
He sometimes spends hours on the
34 preparation n prepren Vorbereitung prparation preparazione preparation of one meal.
We were not invited to the wedding
34 reception n rsepn Empfang rception ricevimento reception.
34 sea n si Meer mer mare I can see the sea from my hotel window.
Last weekend I went to a wedding in
34 wedding n wed Hochzeit mariage matrimonio Yorkshire.
34 gift n ft Geschenk cadeau regalo Thank you what a lovely gift!
The film festival includes several Chinese
34 include v nklud (mit) einschlieen inclure, comprendre includere movies.
34 meat n mit Fleisch viande carne I don't eat very much meat.
34 serve v sv servieren servir servire Could you serve the vegetables?

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In Wales and New Zealand there are more
34 sheep n ip Schaf mouton pecora sheep than people.
34 whole adj hl ganz entier tutto Billy eats a whole loaf of bread every day!
It's custom in my country to say please and
35 custom n kstm Brauch, Sitte coutume costume thank you for everything.
Did anything interesting happen at school
35 happen v hpn geschehen se passer succedere today?

35 nationality n nnlti Nationalitt nationalit nazionalit 'What nationality is Pedro?' 'He's Mexican.'
I exchanged my red shoes for Sue's leather
35 exchange v kstend tauschen, austauschen changer cambio, scambio belt.
35 graduation n rduen Abschluss (Uni, Schule) diplme laurea, diploma It's my little brother's graduation today.
There's a very noisy housewarming party
35 housewarming n haswm Einweihungsparty pendaison de crmaillire nextnuova
festa per inaugurare l'arrivo in casa door and we weren't invited!
36 adverb n dvb Adverb adverbe avverbio The adverb of 'good' is 'well'.
My girlfriend loves cats they're her
36 cat n kt Katze chat gatto favourite animals.
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38 armchair n mte Sessel fauteuil poltrona The armchair is my dad's favourite seat.
Our hotel room has a balcony with views of
38 balcony n blkni Balkon balcon balcone the harbour.
38 bathroom n brm, -rum Badezimmer salle de bains bagno Excuse me: where's the bathroom?
My aunt and unlcle's house has seven
38 bedroom n bedrm, -rum Schlafzimmer chambre camera da letto bedrooms!
38 cupboard n kbd Schrank placard armadio The sweets are in the cupboard.
38 desk n desk Schreibtisch bureau scrivania I need a desk for my computer.
We always have breakfast in the dining
38 dining room n dan rum, rm Esszimmer salle manger sala da pranzo room.
38 flat n flt Wohnung appartement appartamento My flat is on the second floor.
38 furniture n fnt Mbel mobilier, meubles mobili All our furniture is old.
38 hall n hl Diele, Flur entre, couloir ingresso, atrio, corridoio You leave your coat in the hall.
38 kitchen n ktn Kche cuisine cucina Jo is in the kitchen making a sandwich.

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38 lamp n lmp Lampe lampe lampada Turn on the lamp it's dark in here.
We've got a new fifty-inch TV in our living
38 living room n lv rum, rm Wohnzimmer salon soggiorno room!
The coffee is on the shelf next to the
38 shelf n elf Regal tagre ripiano sugar.
38 sofa n sf Sofa canap divano Do you like my new sofa?
38 television n telvn Fernseher tlvision televisione Many children watch too much television.
You can hang your new dress in the
38 wardrobe n wdrb Kleiderschrank armoire guardaroba wardrobe.
38 available adj velbl verfgbar disponible disponibile Is that new car available yet?
38 centre n sent Zentrum centre centro The best shops are in the town centre.
38 expensive adj kspensv teuer cher caro Swiss watches are really expensive.
The picture quality of my new TV is very
38 high adj ha hoch trs bonne (qualit) alto high.
The picture quality of my new TV is very
38 quality n kwlti Qualitt qualit qualit high.
The Fire Department is separate from the
39 separate adj seprt getrennt, einzeln, separat part separato Police Department.
39 double adj dbl doppelt, Doppel- double doppio I asked for a double portion of chips.
39 garage n rd, - Garage garage garage The garage is big enough for two cars.
39 garden n dn Garten jardin giardino The kids are playing in the garden.
39 Internet n ntnet Internet internet Internet We can't use the Internet at work.
39 loud adj lad laut fort, bruyant rumoroso, forte Turn that music down! It's too loud!
Her nephew is coming to stay with her for
39 nephew n nefju Neffe neveu nipote the summer holidays.
39 shower n a Dusche douche doccia Do you prefer baths or showers?
39 washing machine n w min Waschmaschine lave-linge lavatrice Our washing machine is ten years old.
39 wireless adj wals kabellos sans fil wireless Dad calls our radio the 'wireless'.
39 upstairs adv pstez oben, im Obergeschoss en haut di sopra Julie is upstairs in her room.
39 behind preposition bhand hinter derrire dietro Your dog is behind that tree.
That's my car between the red one and
39 between preposition btwin zwischen entre tra/fra the blue one.

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39 in preposition n in dans in He has a pencil in his pocket.
39 nice adj nas schn, nett agrable bello We had a really nice time at the party.
40 far away adv phr fr we weit weg loin lontano How far away is the next town?
40 learn v ln lernen apprendre studiare I want to learn to play the piano.
South Korea played Greece in the 2010
40 South Korea n sa kri Sdkorea Core du Sud Corea del Sud World Cup.
40 visit v vzt besuchen faire un sjour visitare Granny is visiting us next weekend.
You can change your money into pounds at
40 bank n bk Bank banque banco the bank.
I need to change these Euros when we get
40 change v tend wechseln changer cambiare to the airport.
40 history n hstri Geschichte histoire storia She's studying history at university.
My dad wants to be the town's new mayor
40 mayor n me Brgermeister maire sindaco next year.
40 medicine n medsn Medizin mdecine medicina Do we have any cough medicine?
Excuse me: where's the maritime museum,
40 museum n mjuzim Museum muse museo please?

40 pharmacy n fmsi Apotheke pharmacie farmacia I need to buy some tablets at the pharmacy.
Jimmy's daughter is in the new play at the
40 play n ple Theaterstck pice spettacolo local theatre.
40 post office n pst fs Postamt bureau de poste ufficio postale How far away is the post office?
40 sports centre n spts sent Sportzentrum centre sportif centro sportivo The sports centre is behind the post office.

40 supermarket n supmkt Supermarkt supermarch supermercato Mum goes to the supermarket once a week.
40 theatre n t Theater thtre teatro Would you like to go to the theatre?
Lots of people get married at the local town
40 town hall n tan hl Rathaus mairie municipio hall.
Dad gave me five dollars for washing the
41 dollar n dl Dollar dollar dollaro car.
There's a possibility that we might go to
41 possibility n psblti Mglichkeit possibilit possibilit America in the summer.

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You need to buy some blank DVDs for your
42 blank adj blk leer vide, vierge bianco, vuoto laptop.
42 headphones n pl hedfnz Kopfhrer casque cuffie I need a new pair of headphones.
42 jacket n dkt Jacke veste giacca I like your jacket is it new?
42 jeans n pl dinz Jeans jean jeans These new jeans were really expensive!
42 memory stick n memri stk Speicherstick cl mmoire USB chiave/penna USB This is a great memory stick it's 16GB!
42 paperback n pepbk Taschenbuch livre de poche libro tascabile His book is now available in paperback.
42 shirt n t Hemd chemise camicia He wore a shirt and tie.
I need to buy a new swimming costume
42 swimming costume n swm kstjm Badeanzug maillot de bain costume di bagno this one's very old!
Those new trainers are the latest design
42 trainer n tren Sportschuh chaussure de sport scarpe sportive and very expensive!
42 T-shirt n ti t T-Shirt t-shirt maglietta Can you wear a T-shirt to work?
Have we got enough time for another
42 enough determiner nf genug assez abbastanza, sufficiente coffee?
42 large adj ld gro grand grande Sally lives in a large house with 15 rooms.
The bridegroom is wearing a grey suit and a
43 grey adj re grau gris grigio flower in his lapel.
43 size n saz Gre taille taglia, numero Nigel and I are about the same size.
Catherine doesn't like bananas but she eats
43 anyway adv eniwe trotzdem quand mme tuttavia, pure them anyway.
43 medium adj midim mittelgro moyen media He's of medium height, with brown eyes.
43 politely adv platli hflich poliment compitamente "Excuse me," she said politely.
44 antelope n ntlp Antilope antilope antilope What does an antelope look like?
44 art gallery n t lri Kunstgalerie galerie d'art galleria d'arte I've got a job at the local art gallery.
James has got an awesome new mobile
44 awesome adj sm fantastisch, toll redoutable, gnial fantastico phone!
44 elephant n elfnt Elefant lphant elefante People say that elephants never forget.
44 hippo n hp Flusspferd hippopotame ippopotamo Hippos are very dangerous animals.
44 lion n lan Lwe lion leone Lions sleep for up to twenty hours a day.
I had a nightmare about nuclear war last
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44 romantic adj rmntk, r- romantisch romantique romantico My wife loves romantic films.
The Hindu temple is open from 9a.m. to
44 temple n templ Tempel temple tempio 8p.m. Monday to Saturday.
44 zebra n zibr, ze- Zebra zbre zebra Zebras are Toby's favourite animals.
44 die v da sterben mourir morire Maggie's dog died yesterday.
People call Paris the 'City of Love' because
44 Paris n prs Paris Paris Parigi it's a very romantic place.
44 actually adv ktuli, -tli tatschlich effectivement, en fait effettivamente, realmente Do you actually believe that?
44 cheap adj tip billig bon march economico I want to book a cheap holiday to Turkey.
44 cry v kra weinen pleurer piangere I always cry at weddings!
44 elegant adj elnt elegant lgant elegante Ann wears elegant clothes.
44 exciting adj ksat aufregend excitant eccitante Flying in a plane is really exciting.
44 freedom n fridm Freiheit libert libert People here like their freedom.
44 sky n ska Himmel ciel cielo The sky is blue and the sun is shining.
There isn't enough space in our house to
44 space n spes Platz, Raum espace spazio have a big party.
44 sun n sn Sonne soleil sole Never look directly at the sun.
44 unbelievable adj nblivbl unglaublich incroyable incredibile The food at that restaurant is unbelievable!
44 underneath preposition ndni unter dessous sotto Her diary is in a box underneath her bed.

44 warmth n wm Wrme chaleur effusione, affetto, cordialit The warmth of their welcome was amazing.
44 wide-open adj wad pn weit und offen grad, ouvert esteso, ampio, aperto A lot of Africa is wide-open savannah.
My sister lives in a huge house in the
45 countryside n kntrisad lndliche Gegend campagne campagna countryside.
45 smell n smel Duft, Geruch odeur puzzo, odore What's that horrible smell?
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Do we have enough apples to make apple
48 apple n pl Apfel pomme mela pie?
Can you buy me a bunch of bananas from
48 banana n bnn Banane banane banana the greengrocer's, please?.
48 butter n bt Butter beurre burro Can you pass me the butter, please?

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People say that eating carrots makes you
48 carrot n krt Karotte carotte carota see in the dark.
I want a cucumber and tomato sandwich,
48 cucumber n kjukmb Gurke concombre cetriolo please.
48 fridge n frd Khlschrank rfrigrateur frigorifero Theres more milk in the fridge.

48 grape n rep Traube grain de raisin uva I prefer red or black grapes to green grapes.
I always get a hot dog when I go to the
48 hot dog n ht d Wrstchen, Hotdog hot dog hot dog cinema.
48 leftovers n pl leftvz Reste restes avanzi You can give the leftovers to the dog.
48 milk n mlk Milch lait latte Do you take milk in your tea?.
48 sardine n sdin Sardine sardine sardina I hate sardines but my mum loves them!
48 vegetarian n vedterin Vegetarier vgtarien vegetariano Mike's a vegetarian.
48 wine n wan Wein vin vino Do you prefer red or white wine?
48 yoghurt n jt Joghurt yaourt yoghurt He eats yoghurt every day.
It's important to eat plenty of fresh
48 vegetable n vedtbl Gemse lgume verdura vegetables.
49 plural n plrl Mehrzahl pluriel plurale What is the plural of 'leaf'?
There weren't any children playing in the
49 any determiner eni irgendein n'importe quel uno qualunque street.
"Would you like some cake?" "Yes, I'd love
49 some determiner sm, sm einige quelques, certains alcuni, qualche some."
49 alcohol n lkhl Alkohol alcool alcol I never drink alcohol.
49 full adj fl voll plein pieno His house is full of interesting books.
Put the steak on the grill for about four
49 grill n rl Grill gril griglia, grill minutes each side.
49 salad n sld Salat salade insalata I love Greek salads!
49 muesli n mjuzli Msli muesli msli Bob always has muesli for breakfast.
50 bar n b Stck, Riegel barre tavoletta I think I eat too many chocolate bars!
They opened a bottle of red wine to have
50 bottle n btl Flasche bouteille bottiglia with their dinner.
50 can n kn Konservendose bote lattina Pass me that can of beans, please.

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50 carton n ktn Tte carton, brique cartone, scatola di cartone She opened a new carton of orange juice.
50 cup n kp Tasse tasse tazza Would you like a cup of tea?
50 jar n d Glasbehlter pot, jarre barattolo di vetro The jar of marmalade was nearly empty.
50 mug n m Becher grande tasse tazzone Do you drink soup from a mug or a bowl?
She put a packet of peanuts in his packed
50 packet n pkt Schachtel paquet pacchetto lunch.
50 roll n rl Rolle rouleau rotolo (di carta) There's only one toilet roll left.
50 tin n tn Dose bote barattolo The biscuit tin is empty!
Is there another tube of toothpaste in the
50 tube n tjub Tube tube tubetto cupboard?
The average of ten plus five plus three is
50 average adj vrd durchschnittlich moyen medio six.
There may not be a cure for cancer in my
50 lifetime n laftam Leben, Lebenszeit vie vita lifetime.
50 many determiner, pron, adj
meni viele beaucoup molti, e Were there many people at Jill's party?
I don't have much time. Can I call you back
50 much determiner mt viel beaucoup molto, a later?

51 diet n dat Ernhrung alimentation nutrizione, dieta It's important to eat a healthy, balanced diet.
I want a ticket on a non-stop train to
51 non-stop adj nn stp ununterbrochen sans arrt non-stop, continuamente London.
51 healthy adj heli gesund sain sano I've always been very healthy until now.
51 surprising adj spraz berraschend tonnant sorprendente This is a very surprising result.
52 bill n bl Rechnung addition fattura, conto Can we have the bill, please?
52 dish n d Gericht plat piatto This is the restaurant's most famous dish.
52 menu n menju Speisekarte menu menu Can we look at the menu, please?
52 order v d bestellen commander ordinare Are you ready to order?
Is it customary to tip the waiters in your
52 tip n tp Trinkgeld pourboire mancia country?
Can I have a cheeseburger and fries,
52 fries n pl fraz Pommes Frites frites patate fritte please?

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Last night I had a takeaway meal from the
52 takeaway adj tekwe zum Mitnehmen emporter a portare via, takeaway local Chinese restaurant.
53 apple pie n phr pl pa Apfelkuchen tarte aux pommes torta di mele Apple pie is a traditional American dessert.
53 chip n tp Kartoffelchip chips patatina Would you like chips with your burger?
53 customer n kstm Kunde, Gast client cliente We try to keep our customers happy.
53 delight n dlat Genuss plaisir, joie diletto, gioia The children were screaming with delight.
53 fisherman n fmn Fischer pcheur pescatore My grandfather was a fisherman all his life.
There's nothing better than a fresh fruit
53 fresh adj fre frisch frais fresco salad!
Grill the steak for about four minutes each
53 grill v rl grillen faire griller cuocere alla griglia side.

53 ice cream n as krim Eiscreme glace gelato Wendy's favourite is strawberry ice cream.
53 melon n meln Melone melon melone Melon is one of my favourite fruits.
There is a mix of nationalities in my English
53 mix n mks Mischung mlange misto, mistura class.
Max ordered a pizza with pepperoni and
53 mushroom n mrum, -rm Pilz champignon fungo mushrooms.
53 olive n lv Olive olive oliva Do you want olives on your pizza?
When we go to a seafood restaurant, Dad
53 platter n plt Platte assiette vassoio, piatto always orders the seafood platter.
53 roast adj rst gebraten rti arrosto Do you want roast or boiled potatoes?
The mother of the family has an important
53 role n rl Rolle rle ruolo role.
Many jobs in the tourism industry are
53 seasonal adj siznl saisonal saisonnier stagionale seasonal.
53 spring n spr Frhling printemps primavera Spring is my favourite time of year.

53 style n stal Stil style stile Seb has a very interesting style of dressing.

53 summer n sm Sommer t estate Last summer we went on holiday to Florida.


53 Thai adj ta Thai tha tailandese Thai food is very popular in the UK.

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53 fast food n phr fst fud Fast Food nourriture de fast-food fast food Too much fast food is not healthy.
I got a postcard from my friend in Goa
54 Goa n Goa Goa Goa today.
I usually buy fruit and vegetables at the
54 market n mkt Markt march mercato market.
54 seafood n sifud Meeresfrchte fruits de mer frutti di mare My favourite seafood is salmon.
Can you pass me a bowl from the cupboard,
54 bowl n bl Schssel bol scodella please?
54 drop v drp fallen lassen laisser tomber lasciar cadere You can hold the baby, but don't drop him!
When you're at the supermarket, can you
54 flour n fla Mehl farine farina buy me some flour?
Bullfighting is an incredibly dangerous
54 incredibly adv nkredbli unglaublich incroyablement incredibilmente activity.
54 joy n d Freude joie gioia It is a joy to see my sister so happy.
Some people like to put a slice of lime in
54 lime n lam Limette citron vert limetta their drinks.
54 pan n pn Topf, Pfanne casserole pentola There is a pan of soup on the cooker.
54 real adj rl echt, richtig authentique reale That watch isn't real it's a fake!
Can you squeeze some lemon on my fish,
54 squeeze v skwiz drcken, auspressen presser spremere please?

54 staggering adj str berwltigend stupfiant sconcertante Her car cost a staggering amount of money.
54 stir v st umrhren remuer mescolare Here's your tea. You can stir it yourself.
Turn over the pancake when it starts to go
54 turn over v tn v wenden retourner girare brown.
54 variety n vrati Vielfalt, Auswahl varit variet, assortimento We tried three different varieties of cheese.
54 washing-up n w p Abwasch (faire) la vaisselle rigovernatura It's your turn to do the washing-up.
55 delicious adj dls kstlich dlicieux delizioso This soup is delicious!
55 ingredient n nridint Zutat ingrdient ingrediente Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
Soy sauce is a very important ingredient in
55 soy sauce n phr s ss Soja-Sauce sauce soja salsa di soia Asian food.

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55 black pepper n phr blk pep schwarzer Pfeffer poivre noir pepe nero Lia adds black pepper to nearly every meal!
55 celery n selri Stangensellerie cleri sedano I like to put lots of celery in my salads.
55 cut v kt schneiden couper tagliare Cut the cheese into cubes.
55 fry v fra braten frire friggere Fry the onions until they're brown.
55 frying pan n fra- pn Bratpfanne pole padella Jane has a frying pan but never uses it.
55 heat v hit erhitzen faire chauffer scaldare Heat the butter till it starts to melt.

55 immediately adv miditli sofort tout de suite subito I need to see you in my office immediately.
Last night, Ken made chicken and
55 wok n wk Wok wok wok vegetable stir-fry in his new wok.
56 winter n wnt Winter hiver inverno It gets very cold here in winter.
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58 ballet n ble Ballett ballet balletto My daughter loves going to the ballet.
58 football n ftbl Fuball football calcio The children are playing football.
58 karate n krti Karate karate karate Sara has a black belt in karate.
58 born v bn geboren n nato I was born in 1984.
58 colour n kl Farbe couleur colore What colour is your car?

58 dancing n dns Tanzen danse danza We go salsa dancing every Thursday night.
58 popular adj ppjl beliebt populaire benvoluto, popolare Karaoke is very popular in Japan.
58 before preposition bf bevor avant prima di I got up before 7 o'clock this morning.
58 dark n dk Dunkelheit obscurit buio Sarah is afraid of the dark.
58 number n nmb Zahl nombre numero 2, 4, 6 what number comes next?
History is the study of events that happened
58 past n, adj pst Vergangenheit pass passato in the past.
At present, I'm a sales assistant in a clothes
58 present n, adj preznt Gegenwart prsent al presente/momento shop.
What was the date yesterday was it the
59 date n det Datum date data sixth?
59 fifth adj ff fnfter cinquime quinto It's her fifth birthday on Wednesday.
59 fourth adj f vierter quatrime quarto This is the fourth book in the series.

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The children dressed up as ghosts and
59 Halloween n hlin Halloween Halloween Halloween witches for our Halloween party.
America celebrates Independence Day on
59 Independence Day n phr ndpendns de Unabhngigkeitstag Fte de l'Indpendance Independence Day 4th July.
59 second adj seknd zweiter deuxime secondo June is his second wife.
59 third number d dritter troixime terzo Josh came third in the race.
59 thirtieth number ti dreiigster trentime trentesimo She had a party on her thirtieth birthday.
She is the twelfth richest person in the
59 twelfth adj twelf zwlfter douzime dodicesimo world.
59 ago adv vor il y a fa Rob and Di got married two years ago.
Her spelling has improved over the last few
59 last adj lst letzter dernier ultimo months.
59 yesterday adv jestdi, -de gestern hier ieri I went swimming yesterday.
60 decide v dsad entscheiden dcider decidere Megan decided to go to Denise's party.
60 factory n fktri Fabrik usine fabbrica She works in a chocolate factory.
60 hate v het hassen har odiare I hate shopping!

60 Hungary n hri Ungarn Hongrie Ungheria This year, we went to Budapest in Hungary.
60 July n dla Juli juillet luglio We got married last July.
60 move v muv umziehen dmnager muoversi, traslocare I moved house last week.
60 rent v rent vermieten louer affittare We rent the flat from my uncle.
A lot of people make money by selling
60 sell v sel verkaufen vendre vendere things on the Internet.
Denny and Daniel are identical twins who
60 twin n twn Zwilling jumeau gemello look exactly the same as each other.
60 war n w Krieg guerre guerra How long did the Vietnam war last?
After reading this book, I know his whole life
60 life story n phr laf stri Lebensgeschichte biographie storia di vita story.
Al switched the radio on to hear his
60 radio n redi Radio radio radio favourite music programme.
61 abroad adv brd im Ausland l'tranger all'estero I spent six months travelling abroad.
61 own adj n eigen propre proprio Our house has got its own swimming pool.

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61 well-known adj wel nn bekannt clbre noto Madonna is a well-known singer.
61 begin v bn anfangen commencer cominciare I want to begin piano lessons.
Children always try to find their Christmas
61 find v fand finden trouver trovare presents.
I'm worried I might lose the tickets for
61 lose v luz verlieren perdre perdere tonight's show.
Who do you think will win the next football
61 win v wn gewinnen gagner vincere world cup?
Love and respect are more important than a
61 important adj mptnt wichtig important importante big car and lots of money.
61 because conj bkz, bkz weil parce que perch I like history because it's interesting.
62 coast n kst Kste cte costa It gets quite cold on the coast.
Would you like to come to our place on
62 meal n mil Mahlzeit repas a pranzo/cena Sunday for a meal?
62 piano n pin Klavier piano piano Im learning to play the piano.
They spent most of the day lying round the
62 swimming pool n swm pul Schwimmbecken piscine piscina swimming pool.
When we were in Dublin we went to see the
63 Dublin n dbln Dublin Dublin Dublino Book of Kells.
My sister goes to the same music festival
63 festival n festvl Festival festival festival every year.
63 rain n ren Regen pluie pioggia There will be heavy rain tomorrow.
64 childhood n taldhd Kindheit enfance infanzia I had a happy childhood.
64 culture n klt Kultur culture cultura Tell me about the culture of Taiwan.
Ballet dancers practise for several hours a
64 dancer n dns Tnzer danseur ballerino day.
64 Havana n hvn Havana Havana L'Avana My cousin lives in Havana, Cuba.
The magazine is going to profile her for its
64 profile v prfal vorstellen dresser le portrait de descrivere next issue.
64 afraid adj fred ngstlich avoir peur aver paura Don't be afraid, I won't hurt you.
64 champion n tmpin Meister champion campione My ambition is to be world champion.

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Complete the exercise with the correct
64 complete v kmplit vervollstndigen achever, terminer completare answers.
64 Cuban adj kjubn kubanisch cubain cubano My dad loves smoking Cuban cigars.
64 foreigner n frn Fremder tranger straniero A lot of foreigners visit our town.
People of my father's generation don't know
64 generation n denren Generation gnration generazione much about computers.
Happiness is the most important thing to
64 happiness n hpins Glck bonheur felicit me.
64 head n hed Kopf tte testa This morning I hit my head on the fridge.
64 heart n ht Herz coeur cuore I could feel her heart beating.
The best thing about my holiday in Cyprus
64 heat n hit Wrme, Hitze chaleur calore was the heat.
64 memory n memri Erinnerung souvenir(s) memoria She's got a good memory.
Independence Day, 4th July, is a national
64 national holiday n phr nnl hldi, -de Feiertag jour fri festa nazionale holiday in the USA.
64 new adj nju neu nouveau nuovo I've got a new car!
64 relative n reltv Verwandter parent, famille parente I always visit my relatives at Christmas.
64 send v send schicken envoyer mandare I sent you an email yesterday.
He made a journey around the world,
64 tropic n trpk Wendekreis, Tropen (pl.) tropique tropici following the tropic of Cancer.
64 weather n we Wetter temps tempo Did you have good weather on your trip?
One person I really admire is my mother
65 admire v dma bewundern admirer ammirare she's wonderful !
The audience stood up and cheered at the
65 audience n dins Publikum le public pubblico end of the performance.
65 hero n hr Held hros eroe Paddy's dad was a war hero.
65 interview n ntvju Interview interview, entretien intervista I've got a job interview this afternoon.
The interviewer asked me some very
65 interviewer n ntvju Interviewer intervieweur intervistatore personal questions.
65 someone pronoun smwn jemand quelqu'un qualcuno Someone phoned you this morning.
There are four girls and two boys in my
65 family n fmli Familie famille famiglia family.

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65 feel v fil fhlen ressentir sentire, sentirsi How does it feel to be the World Champion?
They went to Johannesburg to see England
65 Johannesburg n dhnsb Johannesburg Johannesburg Johannesburg play in the World Cup.
A famous actress adopted one of the
65 orphan n fn Waise orphelin orfano orphans.
The orphanage is on the other side of the
65 orphanage n fnd Waisenhaus orphelinat orfanotrofio road from my office.
Read the paragraph then tell your partner
65 paragraph n prrf Absatz paragraphe paragrafo about it.
65 profile n prfal Portrt portrait profilo I read a profile of him in a magazine once.
65 rich adj rt reich riche ricco He became rich and powerful.
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Tom is a commuter - he travels to work from
68 commuter n kmjut Pendler navetteur pendolare Brighton each day.
I don't like going to town on Saturdays it's
68 crowded adj kradd berfllt, gedrngt plein de monde pieno, affollato too crowded.
68 slow adj sl langsam lent lento This computer's very slow!
I'm always so uncomfortable on long plane
68 uncomfortable adj nkmftbl, nkmft-unbequem inconfortabele, pnible scomodo journeys.
68 plane n plen Flugzeug avion aereo Our plane landed in Chicago just after six.
We booked a self-catering apartment for our
68 self-catering adj self ketr mit Selbstversorgung autoravitaillement provvedere al proprio vitto holiday in Portugal.
In the afternoon, we all went sightseeing
68 sightseeing n satsi Besichtigung visite guide giro turistico round the town.
69 autumn n tm Herbst automne autunno I love the colours of the leaves in autumn.
69 camping n kmp Camping camping campeggio We went camping in France last summer.
69 horse riding n phr hs rad Reiten quitation andare a cavallo She goes horse riding every weekend.
70 backpacker n bkpk Rucksacktourist routard turista con lo zaino We stayed in a hostel for backpackers.
70 break down phr v brek dan eine Panne haben tomber en panne avere un guasto My car broke down on the way to work.
They are building a new bridge over the
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70 desert n dezt Wste dsert deserto Which is the world's coldest desert?
70 Europe n jrp Europa Europe Europa How many countries are there in Europe?
Lots of mountaineers go to the Himalayas to
70 Himalayas n pl hmlez Himalaya Himalaya l'Himalaia climb Mount Everest.
The explorer used a large knife to cut a trail
70 jungle n dl Dschungel jungle giungla through the jungle.
Chicago is situated on the shores of Lake
70 lake n lek See lac lago Michigan.
We booked to see a show in London's West
70 London n lndn London Londres Londra End.
70 Mount Everest n mant evrst Mount Everest Mount Everest Monte Everest His ambition is to climb Mount Everest.
Mike worked on an animal reserve in Kenya
70 reserve n rzv Reservat rserve riserva for six months.
70 ride n rad Fahrt voyage, trajet passaggio Can I have a ride on your bike?
70 river n rv Fluss rivire fiume Dave was fishing for salmon in the river.
When we went to Australia, we first flew into
70 Sydney n sdni Sydney Sydney Sydney Darwin and then to Sydney.
When they went to India, they sent me a
70 Taj Mahal n td mhl Tadsch Mahal Taj Mahal Taj Mahal postcard with a picture of the Taj Mahal.
The tiger is the biggest member of the cat
70 tiger n ta Tiger tigre tigre family.
70 truly adv truli wirklich, echt vraiment veramente He was a truly great man.
70 Turkey n tki Trkei Turquie Turchia Turkey is in both Asia and Europe.

70 ultimate adj ltmt hchster suprme, ultime massimo Surfing is the ultimate thrill for many people.
70 sight n sat Blick vue vista I hate the sight of blood.
70 kilometre n klmit, klmt Kilometer kilomtre chilometro The town is 3 kilometres from the hotel.
70 plan v pln planen projeter progettare They plan to travel around Europe by train.
71 coat n kt Jacke, Mantel veste, manteau capotto Put your coat on before you go out.
This morning I booked an exotic Caribbean
72 exotic adj ztk exotisch exotique esotico holiday for my wife and I.
72 palace n pls Palast palais palazzo The Queen lives in Buckingham Palace.

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Prince Harry is a member of the British royal
72 royal adj rl kniglich royal reale family.
72 bus station n phr bs sten Busbahnhof gare routire stazione d'autobus, fermata I went to meet her at the bus station.
72 close v klz schlieen fermer chiudere Please could you close the window?

72 library n labrri, -bri Bibliothek bibliothque biblioteca, libreria She borrowed some books from the library.
72 park n pk Park parc parco The children were playing in the park.
72 pier n p Pier embarcadre molo Blackpool has three piers.
Spanish cities are famous for their large
72 square n skwe Platz place piazza squares.
72 car park n k pk Parkplatz parking parcheggio I parked in the underground car park.
Go down this street till you come to the
72 go down v dan entlanggehen descendre scendere bank on the corner.
72 left adj left links gauche sinistra She held out her left hand.
72 right adv, n rat rechts droite destra Do you hold your pen in your right hand?
72 straight adj stret gerade, geradeaus tout droit dritto She's got long, straight blonde hair.
74 career n kr Karriere carrire carriera Rachael wants a career in fashion design.
Maradona is a footballing legend in
74 legend n lednd Legende lgende leggenda Argentina.
Polo is the favourite game of the British
74 polo n pl Polo polo polo royal family.
When I was in Argentina last year I had
74 tango n t Tango tango tango tango lessons.
She loved Africa, and she spoke with
74 passion n pn Leidenschaft passion passione passion about it.
74 sociable adj sbl kontaktfreudig, gesellig sociable socievole Amanda is a very sociable child.
75 typical adj tpkl typisch typique tipico It was a typical British school.
We walked under an arch into a small
75 arch n t Bogen arc arco courtyard.
Charles and Diana got married in St Paul's
75 cathedral n kidrl Kathedrale cathdrale cattedrale cathedral.

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What's your opinion of the new head
75 opinion n pnjn Meinung opinion opinione teacher?
76 competition n kmptn Wettbewerb, Konkurrenz concurrence, comptition competizione Who won the poetry competition?
78 everyone pronoun evriwn jeder chacun tutti, ognuno She knew everyone at the party.
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78 jazz n dz Jazz jazz jazz Jazz is my dad's favourite type of music.
Helen threw a karaoke party which was
78 karaoke n kriki Karaoke karaoke karaoke great fun!
78 lie v la liegen tre allong giacere, stare She was lying on the grass.
78 near preposition n nah prs vicino He lives near Bristol.
79 bit n bt bisschen, wenig un peu pezzo Can I have a bit of paper to write on?
79 dirty adj dti schmutzig sale sporco Don't get your clothes dirty.
79 normal adj nml normal normal normale Today is just another normal Monday!
80 good-looking adj d lk gutaussehend beau attrattivo, avere un bell'aspetto Robert is a very good-looking man.
80 rapper n rp Rapper rappeur rapper Who is the best rapper ever?
The Scottish Parliament building is in
80 Scottish adj skt schottisch cossais scozzese Edinburgh.
80 beard n bd Bart barbe barba He has shaved his beard off.
80 black adj blk schwarz noir nero That black girl is very attractive.
The little girl had blonde curly hair and blue
80 curly adj kli gelockt boucl riccio eyes.
80 eye n a Auge oeil occhio Paul has green eyes and brown hair.
80 long adj l lang long lungo She's tall and slim, with long legs.

80 moustache n mst Schnurrbart moustache baffi Every year my brother grows a moustache.
She described the man as having an
80 build n bld Krperbau carrure costituzione athletic build.
80 height n hat Gre taille, hauteur altezza We measured the height of the building.
80 smile n smal Lcheln sourire sorriso Sue gave the children a friendly smile.
I carried everything including my tent in a
81 backpack n bkpk Rucksack sac dos zaino backpack.
81 boot n but Stiefel botte stivale I bought myself a new pair of winter boots.

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Police say the escaped prisoner is a very
81 dangerous adj dendrs gefhrlich dangereux pericoloso dangerous man.
81 handbag n hndb Handtasche sac main borsa There's a pen in my handbag.
Most of the action takes place in San
82 action n kn Action(film) action azione Francisco.
Why do most people's drawings of aliens all
82 alien n elin Auerirdischer extraterrestre alieno have green heads and three eyes?
Did you watch that new drama programme
82 drama n drm Drama, Theaterstck drame dramma last night?
82 gun n n Gewehr fusil pistola The police here all carry guns.
82 horror adj hr Horror horreur orrore I can't stand horror films!
82 name n nem Name nom nome What's his brother's name?
When I was a child my bedroom walls were
82 poster n pst Poster affiche, poster poster covered in posters!
82 scary adj skeri unheimlich, gruselig effrayant spaventoso It's a really scary movie.
82 sci-fi n, adj sa fa Science Fiction science-fiction fantascienza He has a lot of sci-fi books.
82 space n spes Weltraum espace spazio interplanetario Are you interested in space travel?
My little sister said she saw a UFO last
82 UFO n ju ef UFO ovni UFO night but I don't believe her at all!
83 cover v kv abdecken, bedecken couvrir coprire She covered the plate with a cloth.
The manager was very good at creating
83 flowchart n fl-tt Flussdiagramm organigramme diagramma di flusso flowcharts.
84 tent n tent Zelt tente tenda We had to put up our tent in the dark.
84 baby n bebi Baby bb beb The baby's crying.
84 pop n, adj pp Pop pop pop I'm not very keen on most pop music.
We went to an exhibition of modern
85 exhibition n eksbn Ausstellung exposition esposizione paintings at the art gallery.
85 recent adj risnt vor kurzem, krzlich rcent, nouveau recente This is John Irving's most recent book.
My mum loves recommending this
85 recommend v rekmend empfehlen recommander raccomandare restaurant to people!
My parents say I was a very difficult
85 teenager n tined Jugendlicher adolescent adolescente teenager.

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86 hidden adj hdn versteckt cach nascosto They were filmed with hidden cameras.
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88 bike n bak Fahrrad vlo bici He fell off his bike and broke his arm.

88 helicopter n helkpt Hubschrauber hlicoptre elicottero We had a helicopter trip over New York City.
88 motorbike n mtbak Motorrad moto, motocyclette moto Do you prefer cars or motorbikes?
88 taxi n tksi Taxi taxi tassi We took a taxi to the station.
Sophy's uncle is a very successful
88 successful adj sksesfl erfolgreich couronn de succs riuscito, di successo businessman.
89 engineering n endnr Technik, Ingenieurswesen ingnierie ingegneria I'm not really interested in engineering.
We travelled around on the Walt Disney
89 monorail n mnrel Einschienbahn monorail monorotaia World monorail.
89 private adj pravt privat priv privato This is private land.

90 conversation n knvsen Unterhaltung conversation conversazione I want to improve my English conversation.


We try to be green by recycling all our
90 green adj rin grn vert verde, rispettoso dell'ambiente plastics and paper.
The plane leaves at a very inconvenient
90 inconvenient adj nknvinint ungelegen, unpassend inopportun, incommode inopportuno time.
All vehicles that use petrol pollute the
90 pollute v plut verschmutzen polluer inquinare environment.
90 unhealthy adj nheli ungesund maladif, malsain insano, malsano Louise always looks so unhealthy.
90 blow v bl blasen souffler soffiare Her hair was blowing in the breeze.
There is a connection between happiness
90 connection n knekn Verbindung, Zusammenhang rapport. connexion connessione and health.
90 explain v ksplen erklren expliquer spiegare I tried to explain how to play the game.
90 metre n mit Meter mtre metro The skipping rope was two metres long.
We bought a book of ten tickets for the
90 metro n metr U-Bahn mtro metr Paris Metro.
90 Parisian n przin Pariser parisien parigino Charlie's boss is a Parisian.
Go to the pick-up point behind the station
90 pick-up adj pk p Abhol- ramasser a ritirare, a prendere and I'll meet you there.

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This new government scheme will help
90 scheme n skim Plan projet, plan schema young people to find jobs.
90 wind n wnd Wind vent vento A cold wind was blowing.
91 neck n nek Hals cou collo She wore a gold chain around her neck.
You have to wear a helmet when you ride a
91 helmet n helmt Helm casque casco motorbike.
91 seat belt n sit belt Sicherheitsgurt ceinture cintura di sicurezza You have to wear a seat belt at all times.
She was in a terrible accident last
92 accident n ksdnt Unfall accident incidente September.
I was late for work because the alarm clock
92 alarm clock n lm klk Wecker rveil sveglia didn't go off!
92 boss n bs Chef, Chefin patron capo I get on well with my boss.
I took my daughter to the cinema to see a
92 cartoon n ktun Zeichnung dessin vignetta, disegno umoristico Walt Disney cartoon.
It's easy to compare Spanish and Italian
92 compare v kmpe vergleichen comparer paragonare grammar.
On the farm, it was Daisy's job to milk the
92 cow n ka Kuh vache mucca cows.
I'm sorry I'm late I was delayed by the
92 delay v dle sich verzgern, verspten retarder ritardare traffic.
When I was driving to work, I nearly hit a
92 hit v ht zusammenprallen heurter colpire cow!
I prefer travelling by rail because you can
92 rail n rel Schiene ferroviaire ferrovia relax.
92 seriously adv srisli ernstlich, schwer gravement seriamente My mother is seriously ill.
There isn't as much traffic on the roads on
92 traffic n trfk Verkehr circulation, trafic traffico Sunday.
92 bicycle n baskl Fahrrad bicyclette, vlo bicicletta Did you come by bicycle?
92 guard n d Schaffner, Zugchef chef de train bigliettaio A security guard was sitting by the door.
Close your eyes, and imagine travelling
92 imagine v mdn sich vorstellen s'imaginer immaginare through space.
92 signal n snl Signal signal segnale, segno Don't move until you hear the signal.

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92 simply adv smpli einfach simplement semplicemente We simply can't afford a holiday this year.
At the end of the race, Bill was hot and
92 sweaty adj sweti verschwitzt en sueur sudato sweaty.
We finally arrived home at 10 o'clock, over
93 finally adv fanl-i schlielich, endlich enfin finalmente three hours late.
How was your date yesterday did you
93 date n det Verabredung rendez-vous appuntamento enjoy it?
93 girlfriend n lfrend Freundin petite amie, amie ragazza, amica Has Steve got a girlfriend?

93 journey n dni Reise voyage viaggio How long does your journey to school take?
93 meeting n mit Besprechung runion riunione Mr Thompson is in a meeting.
After getting off the plane, we had to queue
94 passport control n phr pspt kntrl Passkontrolle contrle des passports controllo passaporti at passport control.
We had to take off our shoes when we went
94 security n skjrti Sicherheitskontrolle scurit salvaguardia through security.
94 take off v tek f abheben dcoller decollare He took off his shoes.
Greta put some money into a tax-free
94 tax-free adj tks fri steuerbefreit exempt d'impt esente da imposte savings account.
Who is in charge of the day-to-day running
94 day-to-day adj de t de tglich quotidien, au jour le jour quotidiano of the college?
94 feeling v fil sich fhlen se sentir sentirsi How are you feeling today better?
94 terminal n tmnl Terminal terminus, arogare terminal Our plane leaves from terminal 4.
94 argue v ju streiten dbattre litigare I hate it when Mum and Dad argue.
94 calm adj km ruhig calme tranquillo, calmo It isn't easy to keep calm before an exam.
94 chess n tes Schach checs scacchi David challenged me to a game of chess.
94 phone call n phr fn kl Anruf, Telefonat appel tlphonique telefonata, chiamata I need to make a phone call.
94 queue v kju Schlange stehen faire la queue stare in coda/fila We had to queue for three hours.
You can't ride a skateboard in the shopping
94 skateboard n sketbd Skateboard planche roulettes skateboard centre.
94 Zen n zen Zen zen zen He practises Zen.

95 baggage n bd Gepck bagages bagaglio The porter will help you with your baggage.

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95 curry n kri Curry curry curry The chicken curry was delicious.
95 heavy adj hevi schwer lourd pesante How heavy is your suitcase?
95 luggage n ld Gepck bagages bagaglio Our luggage was searched at the airport.
95 scream v skrim schreien, kreischen crier grido Sally screamed when she saw the rat.
95 nine number nan neun neuf nove People say that cats have got nine lives.
The first half of the game was incredibly
96 half n hf halb demi met exciting.
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Mike went to work for an IT company based
98 Cardiff n kdf Cardiff Cardiff Cardiff in Cardiff.
98 couple n kpl Paar couple coppia, paio Sally and Dave are a nice couple.
That businessman is worth 75 million
98 million number, n mljn Million million milione dollars.
98 drive v drav fahren conduire guidare I learned to drive when I was 17.
Mum and Dad went on a cruise in the
98 Caribbean n krbin Karibik les Carabes i Caraibi Caribbean two years ago.
We had a barbecue on the beach last
99 barbecue n bbkju Grillen barbecue grigliata weekend.

99 course n ks Kurs cours corso I'd like to take a course in business studies.
99 jogging n d Joggen jogging jogging He likes jogging in the early mornings.
100 glove n lv Handschuh gant guanto I need to buy a new pair of gloves.
100 ground n rand Boden sol, terre terra, suolo Moira was lying asleep on the ground.
100 hungry adj hri hungrig avoir faim aver fame I'm hungry. What time is lunch?
100 insect n nsekt Insekt insecte insetto I hate all the insects flying around here!
100 middle n mdl Mitte centre centro, mezzo The middle of the cake is still not cooked.

100 necessary adj nessri notwendig ncessaire necesario Is it necessary to get a visa to go to China?
100 raft n rft Flo radeau zattera The raft was floating down the river.
Could you put this rubbish outside in the
100 rubbish n rb Abfall ordures spazzatura bin?

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100 shark n k Hai requin squalo One of the surfers was attacked by a shark.
100 sink v sk sinken couler affondare His bike fell in the river and sank.
I don't mind spiders, but I can't stand
100 snake n snek Schlange serpent serpente snakes!
100 sunburnt adj snbnt einen Sonnenbrand erlitten haben
avoir pris un coup de soleil scottato Be careful not to get sunburnt.
Because of the cold, our chances of survival
100 survival n svavl berleben survie sopravvivenza were low.
100 sweat v swet schwitzen transpirer sudare I always sweat a lot when I exercise.
100 thirsty adj sti durstig avoir soif aver sete I'm really thirsty let's get a drink.
101 might modal verb mat knnte pourrais potrebbe essere che Be careful! You might hurt yourself!
Here are our predictions for next year's
101 prediction n prdkn Vorhersage prdiction previsione, pronostico fashions.
Her hair was wet when she came in from
101 wet adj wet nass mouill bagnato the rain.
101 will be modal verb wl wird sein sera sar Russ will be back next Tuesday.
101 won't be modal verb wnt wird nicht sein ne sera pas non sar This won't take long.
Will you put some sun cream on my back,
101 sun cream n phr sn krim Sonnencreme crme solaire crema solare please?
101 knife n naf Messer couteau coltello This knife is very sharp.
We need to light a fire. Have you got any
101 match n mt Streichholz allumette fiammifero matches?

101 playing card n phr ple- kd Spielkarte carte jouer carta da gioco I'm bored. Have you got any playing cards?
101 catch v kt fangen pcher, attraper afferrare, prendere Did you catch any fish?
Jan plays the guitar, and she plays the
101 too adv tu auch aussi anche piano too.
102 brilliant adj brljnt brilliant gnial fantastico That was brilliant! Can we do it again?
Mum always grills corn on the cob it's
102 corn on the cob n phr kn n kb Maiskolben mas en pi pannocchia di granturco delicious!
102 aerobics n erbks Aerobics arobic aerobica She teaches aerobics at the sports centre.
102 indoors adv ndz drinnen l'intrieur dentro Keep the plant indoors during the winter.

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102 marathon n mrn Marathon marathon maratona He ran the New York marathon last year.
Be careful I've painted the door and it's
102 paint v pent streichen peindre dipingere still wet.

102 painting n pent Gemlde tableau dipinto There was a painting of a horse on the wall.
102 picnic n pknk Picknick pique-nique picnic Let's have a picnic on the beach.

102 recipe n respi Rezept recette ricetta She gave me her recipe for strawberry jam.
102 yoga n j Yoga yoga yoga Alice is very keen on yoga.

102 zoo n zu Zoo zoo zoo On Sunday, we took the children to the zoo.
103 tiring adj tar anstrengend, ermdend fatigant stancante Teaching is a very tiring job.
There's a fantastic new club in town. Let's
104 club n klb Club club locale notturno, club go this weekend!
104 snow n sn Schnee neige neve The fields were covered with snow.
We've had wet and stormy weather all
104 stormy adj stmi strmisch orageux tempestoso weekend.
The Saturday they got married was a warm,
104 sunny adj sni sonnig ensoleill di sole sunny day.
104 windy adj wndi windig venteux ventoso It was too windy to go for a walk.
What is 20 degrees Centigrade in
104 degree n dri Grad degr grado Fahrenheit?
104 dry adj dra trocken sec secco Get a dry towel out of the cupboard.
104 midnight n mdnat Mitternacht minuit mezzanotte We stayed up until midnight.
Check the temperature of the water before
104 temperature n temprt Temperatur temprature temperatura you get into the bath.
104 warm adj wm warm chaud caldo It's lovely and warm in this room.
104 period n prid Periode, Zeitraum priode periodo Do not sit at a computer for long periods.
104 tonne n tn Tonne tonne tonnellata The whale weighed about 45 tonnes.
104 wild adj wald wild sauvage selvaggio, selvatico A dingo is a kind of wild dog.
Sweden is a member of the European
105 Sweden n swidn Schweden Sude la Svezia Union.

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106 depressed adj dprest deprimiert dprim depresso She felt very depressed after losing her job.
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108 body n bdi Krper corps corpo Our bodies need vitamins to stay healthy.
I've got a bad stomach it must be that
108 stomach n stmk Magen estomac stomaco seafood from last night!
108 throat n rt Rachen, Hals gorge gola I have a sore throat.
I think Colombian coffee is the best in the
108 Colombian adj klmbin kolumbianisch colombien colombiano world.
108 cough n kf Husten toux tosse Smoking gives you a bad cough.
108 earache n rek Ohrenschmerzen otite mal d'orecchi Ive got terrible earache.
108 flu n flu Grippe grippe influenza The whole team has got flu.
108 headache n hedek Kopfschmerzen mal de tte mal di testa I've got a terrible headache.

108 hurt v ht wehtun, schmerzen faire mal ferire I know that I hurt Sarah's feelings yesterday.
You need to stop working and rest for a
108 rest v rest ruhen, sich ausruhen se reposer riposarsi while.
She had a cup of tea with honey and lemon
108 sore throat n phr s rt Halsschmerzen mal de gorge mal di gola for her sore throat.
The doctor gave me some antibiotics for my
109 antibiotic n ntbatk Antibiotikum antibiotique antibiotico infection.
I don't know how he thinks of all these crazy
109 crazy adj krezi verrckt fou pazzo ideas!
109 cure n kj Behandlung remde cura The doctors are sure they can find a cure.
109 fruit n frut Obst fruit frutta Bananas are my favourite fruit.

109 honey n hni Honig miel miele Honey is supposed to be very good for you.
When we were in Korea we had kimchi with
109 kimchi n kmti Gimchi kimchi kimchi every meal.
She added a slice of lemon to the glass of
109 lemon n lemn Zitrone citron limone sparkling water.
109 virus n vars Virus virus virus Flu is a very common virus.

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109 vitamin n vtmn Vitamin vitamine vitamina Oranges contain a lot of vitamin C.
109 smoking n smk Rauchen fumer il fumare Smoking is very bad for you.
110 brain n bren Gehirn cerveau cervello The human brain is very complicated.
The four faces of the clock tower were being
110 clock tower n phr klk ta Uhrturm beffroi campanile cleaned.
110 concert n knst Konzert concert concerto I love rock concerts!
110 fit adj ft fit en forme, en bonne sant in forma, sano He keeps fit by running 10 miles a week.
110 forget v fet vergessen oublier dimenticare I'll never forget the day I started school.
110 homework n hmwk Hausaufgabe devoirs compiti Have you finished your homework?
110 keep v ki:p bleiben, (er)halten, bewahren rester, garder mantenere, tenere Keep calm and try not to worry.
110 mind n mand Geist esprit mente What's on your mind?
110 oily adj li lig huileux oleoso I don't like this salad it's too oily!
110 stop v stp aufhren arrter smettere di fare Stop laughing it's not funny!
110 climb v klam klettern monter salire She slowly climbed the stairs.
Don't be so lazy come and help me clean
111 lazy adj lezi faul paresseux pigro up.
111 careful adj kefl vorsichtig prudent attento Be careful crossing the road.
111 careless adj kels unachtsam imprudent distratto It was a careless mistake.
111 quick adj kwk schnell vite rapido, veloce Can I make a quick telephone call?
111 sad adj sd traurig triste triste Why are you sad?
111 pizza n pits Pizza pizza pizza I ordered a takeaway pizza.
112 lift v lft hochheben soulever, lever levare, portare I can't lift this table alone.
112 push v p schieben pousser spingere You have to push the door to open it.
Miss Brown was standing in front of the
112 stand v stnd stehen se tenir debout, tre stare class.
112 dead adj ded tot mort morto Her mother is dead.
112 drunk adj drk betrunken ivre ubriaco He got drunk and crashed his car.
112 fall v fl fallen tomber scendere The rain was falling heavily.
112 sign n san Zeichen signe segno There was a 'No Entry' sign on the door.
112 trouble n trbl Schwierigkeiten problmes, ennuis difficolt, guaio We had a lot of trouble parking the car.
113 ambulance n mbjlns Ambulanz ambulance ambulanza I asked a neighbour to call an ambulance.
113 stuck adj stk verklemmt bloqu essere bloccato John's stuck up the tree!

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113 mess n mes Durcheinander, Unordnung dsordre confusione, disordine I'm afraid my room's a bit of a mess.
114 dentist n dentst Zahnarzt dentiste dentista Im going to the dentist this afternoon.
I went to the optician to have my eyes
114 optician n ptn Optiker opticien optometrista tested.
He starred in a very good comedy sketch
114 sketch n sket Sketch sketch schizzo show on TV.
To avoid sunburn, apply sun cream
115 sunburn n snbn Sonnenbrand coup de soleil scottatura solare regularly, and wear a hat and sunglasses.
115 tablet n tblt Tablette comprim pillola She took two sleeping tablets.
115 toothache n tu-ek Zahnschmerzen mal de dents mal di denti I've got terrible toothache.
115 unhappy adj nhpi unglcklich malheureux infelice Barbara had a very unhappy childhood.
116 badly adv bdli schlecht mal male The team played incredibly badly.
116 calmly adv kmli ruhig calmement tranquillamente Dad took the news very calmly.
116 carelessly adv kelsli unachtsam avec ngligence, sans soin sbadato, indifferente Your essay was very carelessly written.
116 loudly adv ladli laut bruyamment fortemente, ad alta voce Stop!' she shouted loudly.
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We put some food and water out for the
118 bird n bd Vogel oiseau uccello birds.
The holiday included a camel ride in the
118 camel n kml Kamel chameau cammello desert.
Last July we sailed from Malta to Cairo in a
118 sail v sel segeln faire de la voile navigare big yacht.

118 spa n sp Mineralbad/Wellness-Zentrum station thermale/centre de remise


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en forme They went away for a weekend spa break.
di benessere, fonte/citt termale
118 trek v trek wandern faire une randonne camminare (in montagna) We trekked across the mountains.
118 volcano n vlken Vulkan volcan vulcano The island has several active volcanoes.
119 Ferrari n frri Ferrari Ferrari Ferrari Shani bought herself a red Ferrari.
120 bone n bn Knochen os osso She broke a bone in her leg.
Frazer fell over last week and broke his
120 break v brek brechen casser rompere, mandare qc in pezzi arm.
He's the director of a multinational
120 director n drekt, da- Direktor directeur direttore company.

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The village was completely destroyed by
120 fire n fa Feuer feu fuoco fire.
120 skyscraper n skaskrep Wolkenkratzer gratte-ciel grattacielo New York City has lots of skyscrapers.
121 towards preposition twdz in Richtung vers verso Walk towards me until I say 'stop'.
121 customs n kstmz Zoll douane dogana All baggage must go through customs.
Trains go through the Channel Tunnel
121 tunnel n tnl Tunnel tunnel galleria, tunnel between Britain and France.
122 lock out v lk at aussperren, ausschlieen enfermer dehors chiudersi fuori Oh no! I've locked myself out of the flat!
122 message n mesd Nachricht message messaggio I've got a message for you from Sammy.
I've complained to customer service
122 customer service n phr kstm svs Kundendienst service clientle assistenza clienti countless times
The police asked me for my home
123 telephone number n phr telfn nmb Telefonnummer numro de tlphone numero di telefono telephone number.
124 embarrassed adj mbrst verlegen, beschmt gn imbarazzato I felt embarrassed about my dirty shoes.
Emma was so excited about the concert
124 excited adj ksatd aufgeregt excit eccitato that she couldn't sleep.
124 frightened adj fratnd ngstlich apeur spaventato Liz has always been frightened of spiders.
124 proud adj prad stolz fier orgoglioso He is proud of his son's achievement.
My brother and his family went on holiday to
124 Bahamas n bhmz Bahamas Bahamas le Bahamas the Bahamas last year.
Ally was struggling to overcome her
124 overcome v vkm berwinden surmonter superare disappointment.
124 stick n stk Stock bton bastone Jack's dad walks with the help of a stick.
She's having therapy to help with her fear of
124 therapy n erpi Therapie thrapie terapia birds.
125 bark v bk bellen aboyer abbaiare That dog next door is always barking!
Sophie bit into the steak and broke her
125 bite v bat beien mordre mordere tooth.
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PB 152 map n mp Landkarte, Stadtplan plan, carte carta, pianta please?

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PB 152 on preposition n auf sur su The magazine is on the table.
PB 152 everyday adj evride Alltags- quotidien quotidiano Make exercise part of your everyday life.
I need to recharge the batteries for my
PB 152 battery n btri Batterie pile pila, batteria camera.
PB 152 chewing gum n tu m Kaugummi chewing-gum I always chew chewing gum after lunch.
chewing-gum, gomma da masticare
PB 152 cola n kl Coca-Cola coca Coca-Cola I prefer cola to lemonade.
PB 152 comedy n kmdi Komdie comdie commedia All my favourite films are comedies.
PB 152 credit card n kredt kd Kreditkarte carte de crdit carta di credito You can pay by cash or by credit card.
PB 152 driving licence n drav lasns Fhrerschein permis de conduire patente (di guida) Help! I can't find my driving licence!
The FBI keeps files on former White House
PB 152 file n fal Ordner, Akte dossier pratica, documenti employees.
PB 152 glasses n pl lsz Brille lunettes occhiali I wear glasses to drive and to watch TV.
Some countries use identity cards, not
PB 152 identity card n adentti kd Personalausweis carte d'identit carta d'identit passports.
PB 152 stamp n stmp Briefmarke timbre francobollo Don't forget to put a stamp on that letter.
PB 152 sweet n swit Sigkeit sucrerie dolce My favourite sweets are chocolate ones.

PB 152 tissue n tu, -sju Papiertaschentuch mouchoir en papier carta velina/fazzoletto di carta We always keep a box of tissues in the car.
PB 152 umbrella n mbrel Regenschirm parapluie ombrello It's raining today, so I've got my umbrella.
PB 152 wallet n wlt Geldbrse portemonnaie borsellino I need a new wallet - mine is very old.
When I finish university I want to be an
PB 153 accountant n kantnt Buchhalter/in comptable contabile accountant.
PB 153 actress n ktrs Schauspielerin actrice attrice Kate Winslet is a famous actress.
My dad's a businessman. He works for a
PB 153 businessman n bznsmn Geschftsmann homme d'affaires uomo d'affari very big company.
My mum has her own company and she's a
PB 153 businesswoman n bznswmn Geschftsfrau femme d'affaires donna d'affari very good businesswoman.
PB 153 chef n ef Chefkoch/kchin chef cuisinier chef My brother's a chef in a famous hotel.
Ted's an electrical engineer in the car
PB 153 engineer n endn Ingenieur/in ingnieur ingegnere industry.
I've been going to the same hairdresser now
PB 153 hairdresser n hedres Friseur/in coiffeur parrucchiere for nine years.

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PB 153 lawyer n lj Rechtsanwalt/anwltin avocat avvocato My dad's a lawyer.
PB 153 nurse n ns Krankenschwester infirmire infermiere Nurses are very kind people.
Sarah is personal assistant to the Managing
PB 153 personal assistant n psnl sstnt persnliche/r Assistent/in assistant/e personnel/le assistente personale Director.
I want to be a police officer when I finish
PB 153 police officer n plis fs Polizeibeamte/r gendarme poliziotto school.
The president is the most powerful politician
PB 153 politician n pltn Politiker/in homme politique politico in a country.
PB 153 shop assistant n p sstnt Verkufer/in vendeur venditore I work as a shop assistant in a shoe shop.
PB 153 sportsman n sptsmn Sportler sportif sportivo Stuart is a keen sportsman.
PB 153 sportswoman n sptswmn Sportlerin sportive sportiva Zara is a very good sportswoman.
PB 153 waiter n wet Kellner serveur cameriere The waiter showed us to our table.
I asked the waitress to give me an orange
PB 153 waitress n wetrs Kellnerin serveuse cameriera juice.
PB 154 aunt n nt Tante tante zia I'm going to stay with my aunt.
PB 154 cousin n kzn Kusine cousine cugino Jane and I are cousins.
PB 154 father n f Vater pre padre My father is German.
PB 154 grandfather n rnf Grovater grand-pre nonno My grandfather is eighty-four today.
PB 154 grandmother n rnm Gromutter grand-mre nonna This is a photograph of my grandmother.
PB 154 mother n m Mutter mre madre My mother is Dominican.
PB 154 nervous adj nvs nervs nerveux nervoso Julie looked nervous before the test.
PB 154 night n nat Nacht nuit notte I go to bed at 11 o'clock every night.

PB 154 uncle n kl Onkel oncle zio Uncle Mike always visits us at Christmas.
PB 155 bath n b Bad salle de bains bagno Sally's in the bath.
PB 155 carpet n kpt Teppichboden, Teppich moquett, tapis tappeto, moquette I've got blue carpet in my bedroom.
PB 155 downstairs adv danstez eine Etage tiefer en bas, rez-de-chausse gi Rosie ran downstairs to answer the door.
They want to change the spare bedroom
PB 155 home office n phr hm fs Heimbro bureau ufficio a casa into a home office.

PB 155 plant n plnt Pflanze plante pianta She likes to have lots of plants in the house.

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My dog loves to sleep on the rug next to the
PB 155 rug n r kleiner Teppich tapis tappeto fire.
PB 155 sink n sk Sple vier lavello Put your dirty dishes in the sink.
PB 155 washbasin n wbesn Waschbecken lavabo lavabo He washed his hair in the washbasin.
PB 156 baker's n bekz Bckerei boulangerie panettiere Is there a baker's near here?
PB 156 bookshop n bkp Buchhandlung librairie libreria Terry works in a bookshop in town.
Mum buys the same sausages from the
PB 156 butcher's n btz Metzgerei boucherie macelleria butcher's every week.
Where's the nearest chemist's to your
PB 156 chemist's n kemsts Apotheke pharmacie drogheria house?
PB 156 cloudy adj kladi bewlkt couvert nuvoloso It's very cloudy today.
He needs to take his suit to the dry-
PB 156 dry-cleaner's n dra klinz chemische Reinigung pressing tintoria cleaner's.
Fred usually buys electrical things from an
PB 156 electronics shop n elktrnks p Elektronikgeschft magasin lectronique negozio ellettronico electronics shop on the Internet.
PB 156 greengrocer's n rinrsz Gemsehndler marchand de lgumes erbivendolo There is a greengrocer's in the village.
PB 156 hairdresser's n hedresz Friseur coiffeur parrucchiere I'm going to the hairdresser's on Friday.
PB 156 internet caf n ntnet kfe Internet-Caf cybercaf internet caff Is there an internet caf near here?
PB 156 newspaper n njuspep Zeitung journal giornale I prefer newspapers to magazines.
There's a great new shoe shop in the city
PB 156 shoe shop n u p Schuhgeschft magasin de chaussures negozio di scarpe centre.
Does that new sports shop sell swimming
PB 156 sports shop n spts p Sportgeschft magasin de sport negozio di articoli sportivi goggles?
A typical British dish is baked beans on
PB 157 bean n bin Bohne haricot fagiolo toast.
Last Sunday, we had roast beef and
PB 157 beef n bif Rindfleisch boeuf carne di manzo Yorkshire pudding.
PB 157 biscuit n bskt Keks biscuit biscotto Who wants a chocolate biscuit?
PB 157 cabbage n kbd Kohl chou cavolo None of my children likes cabbage.
PB 157 cereal n sril Getreideflocken crale cereali I usually have cereal for breakfast.
Complete the exercise with the correct
PB 157 correct adj krekt richtig correct, bon corretto answers.

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PB 157 crisp n krsp Kartoffelchip chip patatina Would you like a packet of crisps?
PB 157 herb n hb Kchenkraut herbe erba Natalie buys herbs online.
Jennie buys a leg of lamb from the butcher's
PB 157 lamb n lm Lamm agneau agnello once a month.
I don't like lettuce I don't think it tastes of
PB 157 lettuce n lets Salat salade insalata anything!
PB 157 oil n l l huile olio Put some oil in the frying pan.
PB 157 onion n njn Zwiebel oignon cipolla Cutting onions makes you cry.
One of my favourite meals is pasta with
PB 157 pasta n pst Nudeln ptes pasta mascarpone cheese.
Mum grows her own peas in the vegetable
PB 157 pea n pi Erbse pois pisello garden.
Why do apples float on water but pears
PB 157 pear n pe Birne poire pera sink?
This soup needs a little more salt and
PB 157 pepper n pep Pfeffer poivre pepe pepper.
Do you want chips or potatoes with your
PB 157 potato n ptet Kartoffel pomme de terre patata meal?
PB 157 prawn n prn Garnele crevette gambero, scampo Not everybody likes the taste of prawns.
Paella is a Spanish dish made with rice,
PB 157 rice n ras Reis riz riso seafood and sometimes rabbit or chicken.
PB 157 roll n rl Brtchen petit pain rotolo How much do those ham rolls cost?
When I have a cold, Mum makes me a drink
PB 157 spice n spas Gewrz pice spezia with honey and spices.
PB 157 sugar n Zucker sucre zucchero Do you take sugar in your tea?
Can I have a cheese and tomato sandwich,
PB 157 tomato n tmt Tomate tomate pomodoro please?
PB 158 tall adj tl gro, hoch (Mensch, Gebude) grand, haut alto Carla is a tall, beautiful woman.
PB 158 slim adj slm schlank mince snello Her daughter is a slim, pretty girl.
An overweight businessman sat next to me
PB 158 overweight adj vwet bergewichtig gros sovrappeso on the plane, and I could hardly move.
PB 158 bald adj bld kahlkpfig chauve calvo He's going bald.

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PB 158 sock n sk Socke, Stutzen (Fuball) chaussette calza My sock had a hole in the toe!
PB 158 short adj t kurz court corto, breve She wore a short skirt.
He wore a white shirt, a dark blue suit and
PB 158 suit n sut, sjut Anzug costume completo, tailleur black shoes.
PB 158 dress n dres Kleid robe abito I'd like to get a new summer dress.
PB 158 trousers n pl trazz Hose pantalon pantaloni These trousers are too big.
PB 158 tie n ta Krawatte cravate cravatta His ties are all very colourful.
PB 158 top n tp Oberteil haut top That's a very nice top you're wearing!
PB 158 skirt n skt Rock jupe gonna She wore a white blouse and a blue skirt.
PB 158 coffee n kfi Kaffee caf caff Ella drinks eight cups of coffee a day!
PB 158 arm n m Arm bras braccio Dave has a broken arm.

PB 158 back n bk Rcken dos schiena Billy lay on his back and looked at the sky.
PB 158 ear n Ohr oreille orecchio I got my ears pierced when I was sixteen.
PB 158 face n fes Gesicht visage faccia, viso You have a beautiful face.
PB 158 finger n f Finger doigt dito She wore a ring on nearly every finger.
I can't play football today because I broke
PB 158 foot n ft Fu pied piede my foot last week!
PB 158 hand n hnd Hand main mano Polly put her hand on my shoulder.
PB 158 knee n ni Knie genou ginocchio I have very weak knees.
Most animals have four legs, but spiders
PB 158 leg n le Bein jambe gamba have eight!
Babies and toddlers try to put everything in
PB 158 mouth n ma Mund bouche bocca their mouths.
PB 158 negative adj netv negativ ngatif negativo Jill is a very negative woman.
PB 158 notebook n ntbk Notizbuch cahier taccuino I write in my notebook at school.
PB 158 shoulder n ld Schulter paule spalla Sam patted me on the shoulder.
PB 158 lip n lp Lippe lvre labbro I bit my lip this morning and it really hurts!
PB 158 thumb n m Daumen pouce pollice He broke his thumb playing rugby.
PB 158 toe n t Zeh orteil dito del piede These shoes hurt my toes.

PB 159 ferry n feri Fhre ferry traghetto We caught a car ferry from Dover to Calais.

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PB 159 lorry n lri Laster camion, poids lourd autocarro The lorry was carrying bricks.
PB 159 truck n trk Laster camion, poids lourd camion The truck was blocking the road.
There are thousands of motorbikes and
PB 159 scooter n skut Motorroller scooter motorino scooters on the roads of Bangkok.
PB 159 ship n p Schiff navire, bateau nave The cars were transported here by ship.
Houses near underground stations are more
PB 159 underground n ndrand U-Bahn mtro underground, metr expensive than ones which are not.
If you need to cross the road, use the
PB 159 subway n sbwe U-Bahn mtro metropolitana subway.
The delivery van arrived with the new
PB 159 van n vn Kleinlaster camionnette furgone furniture.
PB 159 land n lnd Land terre, terrain terra His family own a lot of land.
PB 159 air n e Luft air aria The air is very clean in the mountains.

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