This book will give you the chance to practise your vocabulary in a fun way.

H1whrtlmJI in Practice I has:

• 30 units of short, enjoyable exercises - each unit practises groups of words which belong together

• 3 Tests - one after every I () units, helping you to remember the wor-ds from those units

• an Answer Key

• a Word List - this is a list of all the words in each unit with information about how the words are used.

You can use the book in two ways:

1 Start at the beginning of the book. Do units 1-30 and then do the Tests.

2 Look at the Contents. Do the units you think are important first. When you have finished the book, do the Tests.

You can do each unit in two ways:

1 Do the unit and check your answers in the Answer Key. Study the Word List and learn the words you got wrong. Then do the exercise again.

2 Study the Word List for the unit. Then do the unit and check your answers.

Note Do the exercises in this book in pencil. Then you can do the exercises again after a week or a month. Repeating the exercises will help you to remember the

W0"J

Here are some ideas to help you to learn vocabulary:

• Learn groups of words which belong together [e.g. skirt, coat, trousers, etc.],

• Learn a word and also its opposite [e.g. beautiful/ugly, hot/cold].

• Draw pictures: some words are easier to remember if you draw a picture and write the word under it, e.g.

SpoOf(;

• Write new words in a notebook: write the meaning in English or in your own language, then write a sentence using the word.

r hope you find this book useful and that it makes learning English words fim,

B Circle the correct word in each pair.

1(foo0/ hair

2 eye / neck

5 face / finger 6 ear / hand

3 head / mouth

.,

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7 arm / nose

4 leg / toe

m Label the pictures with the other words from A.

2

3 .........................,

4 ,"

5 ,

6".""",."""""."",

7 . " ..... ,,_,,_,, ,

5

I~

/:y

4

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1

6

7

a Complete the words.

1 Mike's at work. He's wearing t.£..a.",.f.&.t:s, a s t, a j t and 5 5.

2 Judith isn't at work today. She's wearing j s and a T-s t.

3 Elena's in the office. She's wearing a s t and a j r,

4 It's a very cold day. Eric's wearing a s f, a h., t, g s and a c __ r.

5 Julia's at a party. She's wearing a d s,

rn Complete the crossword.

1 something you wear on your legs that are usually blue 2 something you wear on your feet

3 something you wear on top of your other clothes when you go out 4 something you wear on your hands when it's cold

5 something you wear round your neck when it's cold 6 something you wear 011 your legs

7 something you wear on your head when it's cold

B Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

1 Alsanas a ..... deuer. ... person.

2 Richard's a 3 Terry's a

4 Jan's a

5 Ben's an

........... person.

.. person.

. person.

.. person.

6 Neil's a person.

7 Betty's a .... ....... persall .
S Mike's a ........ perSall.
9 Gemma's a ............. person. I can speak si..x languages.

I like rela: x ring an day and watching TV.

I'm not very good at talking to new people.

Hi, my name's Betty. What's your name?

m Join the words with opposite meanings.

1 clever good

2 friendl~ kind

3 llaugh~ ~ stupid

4 unkind

unfriendly

Pl1 Join the words with opposite meanings. 1 beaUtifil1~tall

2 fat thin

3 handsome ugly

4 cld u~y

5 short young

rn Complete the sentences with words from A.

1 He's an .old. _ man. He's 92.

2 He eats too much. That's why he's .

3 She's only ten years old. She's too. .._ _ _ to buy cigarettes.

4 She's very . __ . She's 1 m 84.

5 She's very .

.. All the men love her.

6 She wants to be a model, but at Irn 50 she's too .

7 All my friends have his picture on their walls - they think he's so

8 I don't understand why they like him - I think he's __..................... .

l!I Complete the words.

1 Lucy's got l.LUtrg hair.

2 Nasser's got s t hair.

3 David's got c y hair.

4 Sarah's got s t hair.

B The underlined words are in the wrong sentences. Write the correct word for each sentence.

1 I don't sleep much at night, so I'm really cold. 2 I'm hungrY. I need a drink.

3 He has a very high temperature. I think he's tired.

4 I'm really ill in the evening because I don't eat much at work.

S If you feel~, why don't you put a jumper on?

6 He's hot again and is coming home from hospital soon. 7 Take your coat off. You must be really well in here.

It's dark and I'm alone.

She's

He's COB CO .

I can't think of anything to do.

He's

She's B •••

You're wearing my new T-shirt.

[!J Complete the sentences with the words from B.

1 Take a book with you so you don't get ... bored ..... while you're waiting.

2 She's ." because her best friend can't come to her party.

3 Little children are sometimes of the dark.

4 I'm. . ... because I don't have to go to work today.

S You can see he's He's very red in the face,

rn Put the words in the box into the correct group.

~·~\'~~~ij#~~t$~~t~~~~~~;tfHli~~i:ri~i~~~~~:·~t~~~!rJ~N~~.ffife'::'t~,;t :,,:::.;

women: .do.u:Jkter: .

men: .broihee: .

m Look at the family tree and complete the sentences with the words from A.

1 Alice is Bill's wifo

2 Kelly is Alice and Bill's

3 Robert is Elena '5 ..

4 Elena is Nick's .

5 Bill is Nick and Elena's '.. . .

6 Liarn is Kelly's .

9 Liam is Elena and Robert's _ ..

A

KeUy

~ Complete what the people are saying with the words from A.

10 Elena is Kelly and Liams ....

11 Bill is Kelly and Liam's .

12 Kelly is Elena and Robert's.... .

LIAM: 'My (l)ja:ther. 's name is Robert and my (2) . 's

name is Elena. I've got one' (3) Her name is Kelly. My

mother's got one (4) ... .. His name is Nick. My (5) .... 15

called Alice and and my (6) is called Bill.'

BILL: 'My (7) 's name is Alice. We have a (8) called

Elena and a (9) . called Nick. Elena is married - her (10)

............. '5 name is Robert.We have a (11) called Kelly and

a (1 2) .. called Liam,'

B Find the names of 20 countries in the grid. Then write the words in the correct group.

p 0 R T U G A L D F P J B
A I(s 0 U T H A F R I C A) X
Y 1 A R G E N T I N A P It
A N I K G E R M A N Y A S
U D T E C E K P 0 L A N D
S I L y B Z C H I N A G It
T A S P A I N G J p C It U
R V C E F It A N C E J E S
A U N I T E D S T A T E S
L R 1 T A L Y L X N F C I
1 V C A N A D A 0 Q u E A
A S W F L N C B It A Z I L
U N I T E D K [ N G D 0 M Africa

Asia Australasia Europe

s_ o..r&t/:L!l1 f-t: kf".dU.

C , L---,l----

A _

F ,G ,G ,

1 ,1 , p ,

p , R , S ,

T U _

,

North America South America

c ,u _

A ,B _

It is not possible to list all the countries of the world here. If your country is not in this list, please check its English name with your teacher or in a dictionary.

rn Complete each word in the nationalities column with one of the endings in the box. Then complete the official languages column.

countries nationalities
1 Argentina ArgentinUufl
2 Australia Austral.
3 Brazil Brazil..
4 Canada Canad ..
5 China Chin ..
6 France Fr.
7 Germany Germ
8 Greece Gree
9 India Ind ..
10 Ireland Ir ...
11 Italy Ital ..
12 Japan Japan.
13 Poland PoL
14 Portugal Portugu
15 Russia Russ ...
16 South Mrica South Afric ......
17 Spain Span ..
18 Turkey Turk
19 United Kingdom Brit .....
20 United States Americ ... official languages

.............. Spanir~

It is not possible to list all the countries of the world here. If yom country is not in this list, please check it) English name with your teacher or in a dictionary. Note also that in most countries [here are other languages apart from the official ones.

How many birds are in each nest? Write the numbers and

the words. • _.. c·, F' ,. dB"

~. rt~..... • ~ ~

LI~ ~_ .. ~~ ~~~ 'll. r. ~~ ., - 'i i

a 3 tnree.: . . '~, f, • ,~_ ""*''>

b e -"4//O"./;(,I,. f~"";;.,. g <s~., . ,. '"

u ••••• ••••••••••••••••• ~~ i(~$ ]1.. . .. ~

c .~-~. '?i~

...................... he I' /. iM"'" .

d ~ .. 1 "'4:. ...;' t- • _ •

....................~. J ~. ,." . ~ J .B,' ., "-_

- ,,'~~_£i!·~,·I

e u.......... .~~ ~~

f i C~

gn j ,~

h.u_u_uu .. _uu ... u k uu_u.u_uu __

m Join the numbers and words. Then write them in order from smallest to biggest.

a 13 eighteen
b 20 eleven
c 17 fifteen
d 12 fourteen
e 1 I nineteen
f 16 seventeen
g 19 sixteen
h 15 thirteen
i 18 twelve
j 14 twenty [3 Answer the questions.

1 How many legs has a dog got?

2 How many days are there in a week? 3 How many toes have you got?

It's got.

. .... four

There are u.

I've got ..

4 How many months are there in a year? There are

a What colour are the things in the pictures? Complete the crossword.

m

1

2

yeL/.r;w: .

3

4 .

(3 Answer these questions.

1 What colour are your eyes?

2 What colour is your favourite T-shirt? 3 What colour is your coat?

They are

It's .

It's .

4 What colour is your favourite jumper? It's .

1 You wear a h __ on your h .

2 You wear a s around your 11 •

3 You wear g on your h .

4 You wear t on your L __ .

5 You wear s on your f .

m Who are the people in Fred's family, what do they look like and what are they wearing? Complete the sentences.

1 Joanna is Fred'sJ1tW.tker. ..... She's .. be.auiiful She's wearing a long ....drUL.

2 Sylvia is Fred's .u n.' ••• She's

She's wearing a .. 3 Ben is Fred's _., He's very ..

• ••••••••••• u. and a

....... He's wearing

.. and a .....

4 Millie is Fred's 'n.. .

She's .. u •• u·"u .... n' .. u u .

.. . She's wearing

and a

Fred MiJii.e, [!I What are these people like? Complete the sentences.

1 He never does any work. He's very '·, n , •

2 People laugh a lot when they're with her. She's very .

3 He always helps people. He's very .

4 He never helps people. He's very , , .

5 She passes all her exams at school. She's very , .

6 He always talks about the same thing. He's very .......

I!l How do you feel? Complete the sentences.

1 f'm.lwt. Take your coat off, then.

2 I'm

3 I'm .... 4 I'm.

5 I'm

6 Why are you running away?

rn Complete the lists.

countries nationalities
1 Argentina ......................
2 •••••••••••••••••••••• 'n •• French
3 Spain ................... , .... ,
4 Japanese
5 Germany .................... , ....
6 ..................... American
7 Portugal .... ···············,····'···.'n
8 ................. , .. Chinese Go to see the doctor, then. Go to bed, then.

Try to think of something to do, then. Have a drink, then.

Because I'm .

iii Write the answers as words.

a 3 + 4 "" _fetl:et&_~~_

b5+8==

.-- _ ,-~~--

c 6+]2== d8+1"" e 7 -7 = f 13-2=

g 20 - 5 = ~ _._ ,.'""_"

h 16 - 15 "" . .. _. __ ,., .. ,_,", __

~ True or false? If the sentence is false, write the correct colour.

1 Elephants are pink.
2 Bananas are red.
3 Grass is orange.
4 The sky is blue.
S The sea is red.
6 Chocolate is brown. m Find the names of the 12 months of the year in the grid.

Then complete the words in the list below.

1 J tl.IiUa.ry .... Un ••• _ •• •

J A N U A R. Y) P L U P It
K P 0 E U W x 0 c J A I
F It [ D G V E C J u L Y
U I N [) U It S T P N C S
[) L F 0 S I It 0 V E N M
E 5 E P T E M B E R 0 B
R I B M 5 J 0 E L Z S W
M A R C H F G R K E G H
A X U R N 0 V E M B E R
13 N A C W T Y Q u V N M
L H R [) E C E M B E It S
M A Y It G J I M B 5 H. E 2 F .

3 M .

4 A .

5M 6 J

7 J.

8 A

9 S ... 10 0 11N 12 D

rn When were these people born? Complete the sentences with the months.

1 Annabel: 19."11.1989 Annabel was born in __ ._NolJ:e.IMi:J.er:..._ .. _ .. _ .

2 Liam: 17.10.1978 3 Zoe: 22.1.1992

4 Ben: 21.12.1964 5 Sasha: 19.2.1982 6 Henry: 30.9.1995 7 James: 25.5.1970 8 Harry: 29.6.1945 9 Holly: 13.8.1998

10 Ruby: 14.4.1957 11 Ella: 17.3.2000 12 Joe: 27.7.1997

Liarn was born in _ ..... _ .. ._._ ..... __ ._~ ._ .. _ .

Zoe was born in _. .. _ _._ _~_ .

Sasha was born in _. . __ ._ .. _ _ _ .. _. __ ~_. __ .. _._ ..

Henry was born in ._ _ .. _~ __ ._._ __ .

James was born in _ ._ .

Harry was born in __ ._._ _ _. ._ .. _ _ .

Holly was born in . __ . ~ __ . __ ._ .. ._. __

Ruby was born in __ .. _._._ _ .. ._._ _ .

Ella was born in _._ .. _ .. _ ..... _. .. _ .. __ ._._ .. .

Joe was born in ._ .. _._. ._ _ .. __ .

fl1 Complete the crossword with the words for the seven days of the week.

m Complete the sentences with the days of the week.

JUNE
M T W T F 5 5
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 1 I'm going to the hairdresser's on .Tltursday 7 June.

2 I'm going to Karen's party on .

3 I'm going to the dentist's on .

. 22 June.

•• ••• ••••• n •• 11 June.

4 I'm going to the cinema on .

27 June.

5 I'm going to Mum and Dad's on .. 10 June.

6 I'm going shopping with Polly on 19 June.

7 I'm going to Adam ~nd Linda's wedding Oll ..... nn ••

2 June.

a Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

4 It's .

7 It's .

2 It's

5 It's

8 It's .

3 It's

. .' -., . ": ..

, . .

.

. .-.... . . -

6 It's

m Complete the sentences with the words from A.

1 It's .. ..... /0331 5 It's .....

2 It's

3 It's.

4 It's .

6 It's

7 It's ,

8 It's .

a Look at the picture and complete the paragraph with the words in the box.

;~~'tlir99.iii;i7:Gf~J~bii;~·i;~~@ilili~;¥§~iiliigJif'~~ili~Z.~&~;E~1gtgli~hf.,:J!~lg.r9.~hi:

This large house has two lovely (1) bedrooms. and a (2). with a bath and shower. Downstairs there is a very comfortable

(3) (6)

... ,a (4) .....

....... , a large (5) " ..... H •••• H ••••••••••••••• and a

• H •••••••• with a door going out into a beautiful (7) .... H •••••••• •

rn Label the picture with the words in the box.

5

6 H H ••••

7

m Look at items 1-6 in the picture and circle the correct word in each pair.

1 (PicturSJ! rug 2 light! video

3 curtains / cushions 4 CD player! TV

5 shelf / table

rn Label items 7-12 in the picture with the other words from A.

7 __ CUs/U()I1£_

8 _

9

10 __ 11

12

~ Complete the paragraph with words from A and B.

The living room is a small room with an (a) __ a.rl11...CiuUr. __ and a

(b) _ _ to sit on. There's a pretty (c) _un_ on

the floor and a (d) _

(e) _

_ to put books on. There's a

make the sofa more comfortable.

_ __ on the wall and some (f) to

B Label the picture with the words in the box.

1

3

4 ....

5 6.

2

[------I meL 0 0

G~

o

rn Complete the crossword.

-- -

1 something you drink orange juice out of

2 something you drink coffee out of

3 something you cook food in 4 something flat you put your

food 011

5 something you eat soup from 6 something you cut food with 7 something yOll eat soup with 8 something you eat peas and

carrots with

B Label the picture with the words in the box.

,

1 f1.f.lYy.or .

2

3 .

4

5 .

rn Complete the words in the shopping list. Then join the words with the pictures.

1

t __ t e

sh 0

t t p __ e_

t 1

tililf:hh£tMs.h

s _ a_

B Label the picture with the words in the box.

2 .

4 5

6 .

7 .

8 .

3

m Complete the paragraph with words from A.

Sam usually goes upstairs to his bedroom at about ten o'clock. He puts on

the small (a) ...~ next to his bed. He takes his trousers off,

opens the (b) door and puts them in. He puts his

pyjamas all. He gets into (c) . ,puUs the (d) .

over himself, puts his head on the (e) and goes to sleep.

In the morning the (f) . seven 0' clock.

. .wakes him up at

3 h..s

4 p e if

7

5 h r

6 b __ e

7 111 e

8 b __ t

9 the u g d

10 t __ D1

11 L_i

8 ~ ::"

, ,

~~ ... ~-- -

~~

m Complete what the people are saying with words from A.

1

2

3

4

6

a Circle the correct word in each pair.

5

6

I.,

-~.

1 cinema (library) 2 bank / post office

3 hospital/railway station

4 police station / tourist information office 5 restaurant / shop

6 garage / supermarket

m Complete the answers to the questions with the other words from A.

1 Where can I get something to eat? 2 Where can I buy a train ticket?

3 Where can I buy stamps?

4 Where can I see a film?

At a _._ .. 1B£taurtU1:t_.

At the __ "."_ .. _ .. " .. _. _

At the ~~~_._."._ ... _ . At the _ .. , .. _~~~~_~ .

5 Where can I do my shopping? At a _". ._ .. _ ,. .

6 Where can I get information about the town? At the "_ .. " ... __ ... __ . .

a What month is it and what is the weather like?

1 _ 2 3 .. .:. 4 ':;.,~'-'~'.'''i'''!~- 5 .

--= ~... ."., .".... .<-")

- {: .::.,.... ~=r~"., . .;;;;~ CL......,~"Q.

, . '1; ~ "U~''''' i"\

.;.~. "/ ~ __ > ' •. .-.,.\

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. =-<=. • r ,

~.,,~ ~.:J

1 It's FridAy 12 N .. oueutbe« . .. It'sfo!J!JJl

2 It's M............ 25 F......... . It's .

3 It'sW .

4 It's Tu .

5 It's Sa .

. 70. .

. It's .

...... 29 S It's ..

13 0... . It's .

6 It's TIL .....

... .. 31 Au

. It's ..

m Follow the lines. Then complete the sentences about where the people are going and how they are travelling.

~~EEB~r---ID~

@~~~~~ 3~.~~Tu

(AJ ~____rS ~

~~4fb_ ' - ~~~

1 She's going to the .fOstofficer.. She's going bybfM.

2 He's going to the He's going by .

3 She's going to .....

4 She's going to the.

5 He's going to the .

..... . She's.

. .... She's

.. He's .

[!I Complete the sentences with words for rooms.

1 I sleep in the .

2 I have a shower in the.

3 I eat in the

4 I watch TV in the ......n.

5Icookinrlre _

I!l Complete the crossword with the words for nine things from a house.

1 things you put on a window to keep the light out 2 something you use to dry yourself

3 something you stand under to wash your body

4 something you put your head on when you go to sleep 5 something that wakes you up in the morning

6 something you look into to see yourself

7 something you lie on when you go to sleep

8 something you use to make food hot very quickly 9 something that keeps food cold

a Find the words for twelve jobs in the grid. Then complete the words in the list below.

f i r e f i g h t e r h b
a g I Cd 0 c t 0 r'\ n e a r
r X I 111 q n p w d g n i 1
111 W a p 5 U J a n i n r I
e v w 0 k r a i a n i d w
r u y y g s r t I e s r e
t w e v f e a e y e e e c
q c r r z t b r h r r s v
p s e c r e t a r y i s b
P 0 I i c e 0 f f i c e r
111 e c h a n i c h a 1 r 111
a k g r y t e a c h e r p 1 d.fluL.flL

2 e _

3 f_ _

4 f _

5 h _

6 L _

7 111 _

8 11 _

9 p _

10 L _

11 t _

12 w _

m Complete the sentences with the words from A.

1 I work in a hospital. I look after people who are ill. I'm a '. ...I1.JJ,Y.S& ...

2 I give lessons in a school. I'm a .

3 I design roads, bridges, machines, etc. I'm an .

4 I serve people in a restaurant. I'm a .

5 I advise people about the law. I'm a

6 I work in an office, typing letters, etc. I'm a .

7 1 keep animals and grow food in the countryside. I'm a .

8 I cut people's hair. I'm a .

9 I treat people who are ill, I'm a

10 I fix cars. I'm a

11 1 try to stop people doing bad things. I'm a .

12 I put out fires. I'm a .

B Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

5

2 She likes .

1 Julia likes ... .r~ .. books.

food.

3 She likes . . TV.

4 She likes ..

. Clnen1a.

5 She likes. ..... ..... ..... .... walks.

. .... mUSic.

6 She likes .

7 She likes

8 She likes .

9 She likes .

10 She likes .

........... the piano.

. out.

a run.

aerobics.

l·······fruit.··

2 .....

.................. 3 ...

4.

m Complete the crossword.

[3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

3 ....,--,,....--:::::::-:

1 If you want to make sandwiches, remember to buy .

2 It takes about 20 minutes to cook .

3 If you want to make spaghetti bolognese, remember to buy .

B Find the words for 10 types of food in the grid. Then complete the words in the list below.

I(h a III b 11 r g e ;) a i r
5 a i r e w h t s b c c
s ] P 1 Z Z a e h r e h
a c z g e r y 1 11 i c a
11 h c a k e 1 w s a r c
d 1 h d n a x g d 111 e a
w p b 1 S C II i t S a 1
i s p a w v c z I h 111 a
c t s 11 d e t c 111 J f t
h r e t s n e r a k f e
k 11 f e d c r i s P s J
111 Z h a t d a g b P x 1 1 h tuldVi2 tdE.£:!J e. s:

2 p _

3 b _

4 c _

5 c _

6 L _

7 c _

8 c _

9 h __ d __

10 L _

rn Complete the menu with words from A. Use some words

more than once.

~. 10 chocolate -" --.".- .. "" ~ffdl~~Wi

' " ~ ;i-"" ? ,;r,""i!:

, , '11 ;.~ .. ~;,.:. ' ... : .. : .. ;,:~,;,.~.:......... . ' " ' .

,'c-c" .. ;'- .;' ~., ::; ~;".~ 'i, >,->':':.'. <" .. ro· ,,~ .. c;_ :;.~.i-' "~ ,';~" ". '; ~"; c .j. "; 'OJ ': ;;:,:~:i}' ,'r,.

B Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

1 He's~TV.

. .. the newspaper. ...................... tennis.

2 She's ..
3 She's
4 He's.
5 He's ."
6 She's
7 He's _ .. '_"_
8 She's. ................ a glass of milk .

.. his hands.

...... a letter.

........................ an ice cream.

. a big hat.

m Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box.

I,: ii~ten:. ;;sleep,.~'sP:~~g':~stttay;:t~lkJ,< ,~,~:, I

1 I _ .. _ ._wodv in an office.

2 I want to _ medicine at university.

3 How many languages can you 4 Would you like to

5 They're making too much noise. r can't ..

6 I don't want to . about it.

................... ?

_ to SOllIe music?

a Put the letters in order.

1 kl"Vwalk 1

~

2 nur

3 pmuj

4 cande

5 Iafl

6 blimc

11USW

m The underlined words are in the wrong sentences. Write the correct word for each sentence.

....dr.iui.tr.j

1 He's climbing a car.
2 He's driving a ball.
3 He's falling on a chair.
4 He's sitting down the stairs.
5 He's kicking a bike.
6 He's riding a mountain.
7 He's dancing in the sea.
S He's swimming to the music. ~ 8 virde . ·1-

9 dire

10 ckki

11 tis

i 12 d'~st .

B Write sentences with the phrases in the box. Remember to use the correct verb ending.

4 ....

7 .

5

8

10 .

11 ....

3 ..

6 .. _

9 ... _ .... _ .. _._ .. _. __ ._._._ .. _._ .. .....

12 ..

B Match the words in the box with the pictures.

. .. nnn)

B What do the people do and what do they like doing in their free time? Complete the sentences.

~&7

2

1

I'111 a hairdresser . I n my free time I likepiayitrj football.

3

I'm a . . In my free

time I like TV:

I'm a In my free

time I like .

4

I'm a.... . In my free

time I like .. . for walks

with my dog.

m Follow the lines. Then complete the sentences about what the people are having to eat and drink.

1 James is having

2 N arinder is having................. and .

3 Henry is having and

4 Sophie is having and .

I!I Complete the crossword with seven verbs. 1 you do tins in J CJr

2 you do this on J bike or a horse 3 YOll do tins at a party or a disco 4 you do this up a mountain

5 you do this in the water

6 you do tins with your feet 7 you do this to a ball

rn Put the four actions in each list in order. Which do you do first (1)? Which do you do last (4)?

I get dressed. D I have lunch. D I get up. D I go home. D I go to work. D I make dinner. D

I have a shower. 0 I wake up. !]I

rn Join the pairs of sentences.

1 have a shower.

~ Hi, Robert. )

1 ~'111 going to bed now'A~ ~ You're welcome.)

2 (HOW do you do? ~ ~~ Good night. )

3 ~ ~ Fine, thank you)

4 ~hank you for the presentA ~

5 Q1ell0. Karen. ~ ~r-H-o-w-d-o-y-o-u-d-o~?)

6 You're sitting on my hat.

1 get undressed. D I go to bed. D D D

I go to sleep.

The words in this list are British English. Sometimes we give you an important American English word which means the same.

1 Your body arm lo:ml

ear 1r'J'1

eye lall

face /felsl finger l'fllJga'!

foot Ifutl (plural = feet)

hair Ihe'Jrl (Use with a singular verb, e.g. Her hair is very long.) hand /haend/

head Ihedl

leg Ilegl

mouth ImauOI

neck Inekl

nose Inauzl

toe It~lUl

2 Clothes coat /kaut/ dress Idresl

gloves !gIAVZ! (two gloves = a pair of gloves) hat Ihretl

jacket l'd3a:kltl

jeans Id3i:nzl (Use with a plural verb, e.g. His jeans are too short.) jumper l'd3Amp'Jrl (US = sweater)

scarf Iska:fl (plural = scarves)

shirt 1.1'3: tl

shoes /Ju:zl (two shoes = a pair of shoes) skirt /skstt/

trousers l'trauZ8z1 (US usually = pants) (Use with a plural verb, e.g. Her trousers are red.)

'I'-shirt l'ti:J3ltl

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3 Describing character boring j'b:J:rlI]/

clever I' klevw/

friendly I'frendlil

funny 1'[Anil

good Igudl

kind /kamd/

lazy I'leizi/

naughty /'no:tiJ

shy IJm/

stupid /'stju:pldl unfriendly IAn 'frendlil unkind IAn 'kamdl

4 Describing appearance beautiful /'bju:trf;)11

curly I' b:li/

fat If&tl

handsome I'h&nds;)ml long IlnI]/

old /auld/

short IJo:tl

straight /strert/

tall Ito:11

thin IOInI

ugly l'Aglil

young IjAlJ/

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5 How you feel angry 1'<ClJgril

bored Ib::l:dl

cold /kaold/ frightened I' frartond/ happy I'hcepil

hot /hot!

hungry /'hi\lJgrii

iI1lI 11

sad /sred/ thirsty /'83:StiI tired fit a! ad/ well IweII

6 The family brother /'brAOd'l daughter /'d::l:t:3'1

father /'fo:od'/(informal = dad) granddaughter /'grrend,dJ:td'/

grandfather l'grrerrd,fa:o:3'1 (informal = grandad) grandmother l'grrend,mAtJ:3'1 (informal = grandma) grandson I'grrerrdsi\nl

husband l'hi\zb:3rrd/

mother /'mi\o:3'1 (informal = mum; US informal = mom) sister I'SlSt;}'1

son /si\nl

wife /wmfl

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7 Countries

Argentina l,o:d3;cm'tj:n~/ Australia los'treili;)1 Brazil /bro'zrl/

Canada I'k<eo~dcll

China /'tJamcll

France I[ra:nts/ Germany l'd33:m;)oil Greece Igri:s/

India I'mdicll

Ireland /'ulcllclnd/

Italy I'rtcllil

Japan Id3cl'P<eol

Poland I'pcluldodl Portugal I'PJ:tJ~gcll/ Russia l'rAIcll

South Africa l,suu8 'tefrrka/ Spain /spern/

Turkey 1't3:kil

United Kingdom Iju: 'naitrd 'krndam/ (also UK == England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)

United States /jur'nartrd 'sterts/ (also USA)

8 Nationalities and languages American /a'rnerrkan/

Argentinian /,a:d3cln'tmi~m/ Australian /ns'trerlion/

Brazilian /bra'ztlian/

British /'bnt1.l'1

Canadian /kc'nerdicn/

Chinese /tJul'ni:z/

French /frent]?

German /'d33:mclnl

Greek /gri:kl

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Indian I'mdi;)nl

Irish l'amJl

Italian /r'ttelian/ Japanese Id3rep;)'ni :zl Palish l'p;)uhJI Portuguese I,P;'lltJ ;)'gi:zl Russian l'rAJ;)nl

South African l,sau8 'refrrkan/ Spanish l'spremJI

Turkish l't3:krJI

9 Numbers
0 zero I'zr'dr'dul
1 one IWllnl
2 two /tml
3 three 18ri:1
4 four If:wl
5 five Ifmvl
6 SLX /siks/
7 seven I'sev;;ml
8 eight leltl
9 nine /narn/
10 ten !tenl
11 eleven /r'levon/
12 twelve ItweIvl
13 thirteen 1,93: 't irn/
14 fourteen I,f::l:'ti:nl
15 fifteen I,frf'ti:nl
16 sixteen I,Slks'ti:n1
17 seventeen I,sev'dn'tirnl
18 eighteen I,cr'ti:nl
19 nineteen I,nam'ti:nl
20 twenty I'twentil Word Ust

10 Colours black Iblrekl blue Iblu:1 brown /braun/ green Igriml grey Igrer/ orange /'ormd3/ pink IprIJkl

red Iredl

yellow J'jelgu/ white /wart/

11 Months of the year January /'d3renjugril February I' februari/ March Ima:tJI

April l'erpr::J!1

May Imerl

June Id3uml

July Id3u'lar/

August /'::l:gclst/ September /sep'ternbcv October /nk'taubov November /ncu'vembov December /dr'semba/

12 Days of the week Monday /'mAndel/ Tuesday I'tju:zder/ Wednesday /'wenzder/ Thursday /'03:zder/ Friday /'frardell Saturday /'sretclder/ Sunday J'sAnder/

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13 The weather cloudy I' klaudil cold Ibuldl

foggy I'fogil

hot Ihotl

rain Irem!

snow /snou/

sunny l'sAnii windy J'wmdil

14 A house bathroom !'ba:8ru:ml bedroom I'bedru:ml

dining room J'damIlJ .rurrn/ door Jd:w!

floor /fb:r!

garden !'ga:d;ml (US = yard) hall !h::Jl!!

kitchen l'kItJm!

letterbox /'Iet;}boks/

living roorn Z'hvrn ,ru:ml roof Iru:fI

stairs /steorz/

wall /w';):11

window ('wmddul

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15 Living room armchair !'o:m,tJeJr! CD player I,si:di 'plerov' curtains !'k3:t~mzl cushions l'kuJJnzl

ligb t Ilaltl

picture I' prkt]' ~l'!

rug IrAgl

shelf l.fclfl (plural = shelves) sot:'! l'sJufdl

table I'tcrbll

TV l,ti:'vi:1 (a/so television) video I'vldi;}ul

16 Kitchen bowl /boul/

cooker I'kukdrl (US = stove) cup IkApl

cupboard /'kxbad'

fork Ib:kl

fridge Ifrtd31

glass Iglo:sl

knife Inarf! (plural = knives) microwave I'malkrduwelvl pan Ip<enl

plate /plert/

sink ISI1]kl

spoon Ispu:nl

washing machine l'wnJI1J mo.jim/

17 Bathroom

basin /'belsdn! (US = sink) bath !ba:e! (US = bathtub) mirror /'mlr;)'/

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shampoo /Jrem'pu:1 shower /'Jau~'/

soap /saop/

toilet /'t:JIlit/

toilet paper /'t::nlrt .pe: p~'/ toothbrush /'tu:8brt..!'/ toothpaste /'tu:8pelst/ towel !tau~ll

18 Bedroom

alarm clock /c'knrn klnk/ bed Ibedl

chest of drawers I,tj'est av 'drorz/ (US == bureau) duvet I'du:vell (US = comforter)

lamp /lternp/

pillow I'p!lrlul

sheet IJi:tl

wardrobe l'w:'J:drrlubl (US = closet)

19 Travel

bike /bark/ (also bicycle) boat Ib~ut!

bus IbASI

car /lea:'1

helicopter /'hellknptrl'l motorbike I'm;mt;:)bmkl

plane /plern/ (also aeroplane; US =: airplane) taxi /'ta::ksil

train /trem/

tram /trtern/

underground I' xndoqraund/ (US = subway)

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20 In the town bank Ibm!] k/

cinema l'smdm~1 (US = movie theater) garage /'9~ro:31

hospital l'hosplt~l/

library /'lalbr~riJ

police station /po'Iirs ,stelJ:ml post office /'Pdust ,of IS/

railway station /'reilWCI .sterjon/ restaurant /'rcstdrnntl

shop /Jopi

supermarket I'su:pdma:klt/

tourist information office J'tudrIst mfa'rnerj'an ,of lsi

21 Jobs

doctor J'doktdtJ engineer lend3I'nl;}t/ farmer I'fa:m~tl

firefighter /'fmdfmt;}'1 (also fireman) hairdresser I' heo.dresov

lawyer I'bl;;,rl

mechanic /mr'kremk/

nurse In3:s/

police officer /pc'lirs ,OflSd'/ (also policeman/policewoman) secretary l'sekr;}t,riJ

teacher l'ti:tJ~J'/

waiter /'welt~tl (female waiter = waitress)

22 Free time

doing aerobics I,dulll) ea'raubiks/ cooking l'kukll)1

eating out l,i:tJ!] 'autl

going for a run l,g;}uJ!] tor ;) 'rAni going for walks /,9dU1l) fcl 'works/

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going to the cinema l,g;mllJ ta oa 'srnamo/ (US = going to the movies) listening to music /,IrSdnIlJ t;) 'mjuizrk/

playing the piano l,plelllJ ad pi'aenoo/

reading l'ri:dllJ/

watching TV l,wotJIIJ ti:'vi:1

23 Sports

American football /o.rnenkan 'futborl/ (US = football) baseball l'belsb:J:1/

basketball z'bcrskrtboil/

cycling l'sarkhlJ/

football /'futb:J:l/ (US = soccer) golf /golfl

rugby I'r i\gbil

skiing l'ski:11J1

swimming l'swlmllJl

table tennis I'telbl, terns/ tennis I'tentsl

volleyball /'vDlib:JlI/

24 Animals bird Ib3:d/

cat Ikretl chicken l'tJlkml cow Ikaul

dog Idngl

duck IdAkl

fish 11\1'1 (plural = fish) horse Ih;):sl

mouse /mausl (plural = mice) pig tPlg/

rabbit I'rrebltl

sheep IJi:p/ (plural = sheep)

Word List

25 Food and drink beer /bIJ'/

bread Ibredl

coffee !'kofil

fish !fIJI

fruit /frurt/

meat /mi:t!

milk /mrlk/

orange juice l'onnd3 ,d3U:sl pasta /'prestJ!

rice /raJs/

tea /ti:1

vegetables l'ved3tJblz/ water l'wJ:t~1'I

wine /waml

26 Food and menus

biscuits /'blsktts/ (US = cookies) cake /kerk/

chips /tJrps/ (US = French fries) chocolate j'tJokJIJt/

crisps /krrsps/ (US = chips) hamburger /'hrem,b3:gJr/ hot dog f'hvt ,dog/

ice cream f,ats 'kri:m/ pizza f'pi:tsJI

sandwich /'Sa:llWld3/

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27 Everyday verbs

drink /drrnk/ (past tense drank; past participle drunk) eat li:tl (past tense ate; past participle eaten)

listen I'hs::ml

play Iplell

read Iri:dl (past tense & past participle read) sleep Isli:pl (past tense & past pavticiple slept)

speak Ispi:kl (past tense spoke; past participle spoken) study l'stAdil

talk /tork/

wash IwoJI

watch /wnt]?

wear Iwe';J'1 (past term! wore; past participle worn) work /wark/

write /rart/ (past tense wrote; past participle written)

28 Verbs of movement climb /klatrn/

dance Idamts!

drive /draiv/ (past tense drove; past participle driven) fall !fJ:ll (past tense fell; past pasticipie fallen)

jump Id3Amp!

kick Iklkl

ride /raid/ (past tense rode; past participle ridden) run IrAni (past tense ran; past participle run)

sit ISltl (past tense & past participle sat)

stand /sttend/ (past tense & past participle stood) swim !swlm!{past tense swam; past participle swum) walk /work/

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29 Daily routine

get dressed /,gct 'drest/

get undressed 1,get xn'drest/ get up 1,get 'Api

go home 1,9;)U 'hoom/

go to bed 1,9clU t;:) 'bed/

go to sleep 1,9;:)U to I sli:pl

go to work 1,9;)U tcl 'wsrk/ have a shower /,hrev cl 'Jau;:)'1 have breakfast I,hrev 'brekfost/ have lunch I, haiv 'IAntJI

make dinner I,melk 'dmov wake up I,wed~ 'ApI

30 Hello, Goodbye, etc. Excuse me /rk'skjurs ,mi:1

Fine, thank you. I'fam ,8rel]k j u:/ Goodbye /qud'bar/

Good morning 19Ud 'morrun/ Good night Igud 'nart/

Hello /hel'ou/

Hi /har/ (informal)

How are you? I,hau 'orr [ur/

How do you do? /,hau dja 'du:1 (formal) Yes, please jljes .plirz/

Sorry I'soril

Thank you /'8rel]k ju:1

You're welcome /jo: 'welkam/

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