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Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 1 6 11 16 10 8 17 9 8 6 8 11 12 8 12 8 8 8 11 8 10 12 12 8 15 13 6 absolutely accent acquaintance adapt admit album alongside ambitious apartment appeal attention avoid bad behaviour based behaviour best-selling better known birthplace blend Boy Band brainstorm brief cease to exist circumstance/s classic Cold War / bsəlu tli, / /ə kweintəns/ /ə d pt/ /əd mit/ / lbəm/ /ə lɒŋ said/ / m biʃəs/ /ə pɑ tmənt/ /ə pi l/ /ə tenʃən/ /ə vɔid/ / b d bi heivjə/ /beist/ /bi heivjə/ / best seliŋ/ / betə nəυn/ / b θpleis/ /blend/ / bɔi b nd/ / breinstɔ m/ /bri f/ / si s tυ i zist/ bsə lu tli/ absolut, vollkommen Akzent Bekannter, Bekannte sich an etw. gewöhnen, annehmen zugeben Album neben, längsseits ehrgeizig, ambitioniert Appartement aufrufen Aufmerksamkeit vermeiden schlechtes Benehmen basiert, (ist be)gründet auf Benehmen meistgekauft eher bekannt Geburtsort Gemisch Boyband Geistesblitz kurz nicht mehr bestehen Are you absolutely sure she's not coming? I could tell from his accent that he came from Ireland. She was a casual acquaintance of my family in Vienna. Children may find it hard to adapt to a new school. "OK, I was scared," she admitted, "but I didn't want to say so." The band's latest album will be released next week. We parked alongside a white van. He is young and very ambitious – he wants to be the boss one day. She lives in a small apartment in the middle of town. The President appealed for calm after the disaster. You should pay more attention in class. The refugees left to avoid getting bombed. Carla was given a punishment for bad behaviour in class. The success of the company was based on Tony's ideas. I'm not very pleased with your behaviour. Dan Brown is the best-selling author of The Da Vinci Code. Reg Dwight is better known as Elton John. Stratford-upon-Avon was Shakespeare's birthplace. The Da Vinci Code is a blend of fact and imagination. Take That were a very successful boy band. I've had a brainstorm – I think I know the answer to the problem! The President made a brief visit to Iraq. When their brother Maurice died, the Bee Gees ceased to exist as a group. If I'd met him in different circumstances, things might have been different. This car isn't "old" – it's a classic piece of machinery! When the Cold War ended, everyone thought there would be peace in the world. ksənt, -sent/
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Kollege, Kollegin Aufsatz Konfetti aufeinander folgend beständig Cousin, Cousine Krise Kulturen Liebling Nachteil stören, unterbrechen Entwurf langweilig, trist berechtigt, befugt Entsprechung, Pendant Existenz, Bestehen unterschiedliche Sichtweisen formulieren/nennen Großfamilie Familiengeschichte Folkmusik, Volksmusik Folksongs, Volkslieder Begründer, Begründerin Tor, Gatter Begabung global Klatschtante dankbar grotesk, absurd aufwachsen
My colleagues at the bank bought me a lovely wedding present. The title of the composition set for homework was "Why football is so boring"! The wedding guests threw confetti over the bride and groom. It rained for three consecutive days. I think David Beckham is the team's most consistent player Jane and I are cousins – her dad and my dad are brothers. The country now faces an economic crisis. What are the main differences between the two cultures? Come here, darling. I'll help you fasten your coat. Traffic pollution is one of the disadvantages of living in a city. Sorry to disturb you, but it's urgent. The author sent his publisher the first draft of his novel. It was a pretty dull party so we made our excuses and left. You may be entitled to unemployment benefit. David Beckham is the modern equivalent of Pele. Do you believe in the existence of God? The teacher asked each of us to express different views on the same topic . Her uncles and aunts in India are part of her extended family. Mum is trying to trace our family history. My sister likes folk music but I prefer pop music. Many folk songs are stories about events in history. Joseph Lister was one of the founders of modern medicine. I ran back to close the gate before the cows got out. He had a natural gift for music. Terrorism is now a global problem. She's a terrible gossip! You can't believe a word she says. Mona was very grateful to Peter for his advice. It's grotesque to portray peace campaigners as unpatriotic. He grew up very quickly when he had to look after his three brothers.
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Hölle Hip Hop riesig voraussetzen, einbeziehen wichtig unpassend Einfluss interessant Jazz Eifersucht Wissen starten leben hassen, verabscheuen sich treffen frech Spitzname heutzutage überleben, überdauern unverschämt, ungeheuerlich fest, dauerhaft Phänomen Absicht schieben, drücken Schlag selten erinnern Rolle Wurzeln Geheimagent
He made her life hell by gambling all their money away. She plays hip-hop records very loudly all day. Your room's huge compared to mine. He implied that the money had been stolen. He considers himself a very important person. Her behaviour at the funeral was extremely inept. The Queen has no political influence. Sam and Jake are very interesting people My dad likes modern jazz but Mum hates it! She felt a stab of jealousy when he talked about his old girlfriend. You don't need to have any special knowledge to do this job. We have launched a campaign to raise £50,000. Matt has lived with his girlfriend for two years. He loathes washing dishes. Oscar and Ollie met up for a game of squash. I was a bit naughty and told the office I was sick so I could have the day off. His nickname was "Curly" because of his hair. People live longer nowadays than they used to. The whole point of the game is to outlast your opponent. I was shocked by the outrageous cost of his school uniform. Lily has a permanent job in the Civil Service. The phenomenon of laughter is unknown in animals. What is the purpose of your visit to England? It didn't move, so she pushed harder. There was a rap on the door. She rarely goes out after dark. She suddenly remembered that she had a dentist's appointment. What is the role of the sales manager? He never forgot that his roots were among the ordinary people. In the film Goldfinger, James Bond was a British secret agent .
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Liebhaberwert, Wert eines Erinnerungsstücks etliche schüchtern Geschwister(teil) Filmmusik-Album grandios, spektakulär Durchhaltevermögen genau, streng talentiert zusammentun Teenager befristet, kurzzeitig Frist, zeitliche Begrenzung Reiseleiter, Reiseleiterin hässlich
It's not an expensive ring, but it has sentimental value because my Gran gave it to me. I called her several times but she didn't answer. She's painfully shy with strangers. Most young smokers are influenced by their friends and older siblings. Saturday Night Fever is the best-selling soundtrack album of all time. We had a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon. I was only interested in playing for a team with staying power. The school had a very strict rule about wearing uniform. Brian May of the rock group Queen is a very talented musician Laura and I decided to team up for the doubles match. "Get with it!' was a TV series aimed at teenagers. Suzi managed to get a temporary job during the summer holidays. The time limit for the exam is three hours. As I was unhappy with my room, the travel courier got me a new one. Developers are being allowed to put up ugly modern buildings in the city.
Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 18 23 21 22 19 22 22 19 19 24 21 24 aggressive anti-government anxiety anxious bad-tempered beg beggar beneficial benefit big mouth bother Buddhist /ə resiv/ / nti vənmənt, vəmənt/ / ŋ zaiəti/ / ŋkʃəs/ agressiv Anti-RegierungsSorge, Angst besorgt übellaunig bitten Bettler, Bettlerin nützlich, dienlich nützen, dienen Großmaul tangieren, stören buddhistisch The customer had a very aggressive attitude, so they sent for the manager. The students were distributing anti-government leaflets. When the children didn't arrive home from school on time, she was filled with anxiety. I'm quite anxious about my exams. He was always bad-tempered and never had a smile on his face. I begged her to stay, but she wouldn't. In Bangkok, there were hardly any beggars on the streets. The agreement will be beneficial to both groups. How will contact lenses benefit my eyesight? He opened his big mouth and told my wife I was seeing another woman. His aggression doesn't bother me much – I just ignore it. A Buddhist monk walked towards me.
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I felt embarrassed about how untidy the house was. mitreißend Chance Gesang Chor Cholesterin Gemeinschaft Kontrolle Koordination verrückt Kritik deprimiert Depression entschlossen verabscheuen Enttäuschung demotivieren leistungsfähig. konzentrieren auf Spieler. Julia's enthusiasm was catching. She felt a lot of hostility towards him after he left. The government made few attempts to discourage illegal immigration. They were granted immunity from prosecution. The little boy's hand–eye co-ordination was very poor. effizient verlegen begeistert schwach. vage richten auf. The nurse checked his cholesterol levels. They can't ignore the fact that he's here. This job in Africa is the chance of a lifetime for me. I was going out with a boy my mother detested. The family expressed their disappointment at the court's decision. Unicorns are imaginary creatures. I don't think his criticisms of the project are justified. Everyone was very enthusiastic about the project. The party is trying to improve its image. She was such an efficient worker she was promoted to manager of the section. Our friends all think we're crazy. Babies have very little control over their movements. Do you like my new hairstyle? Granddad has a bad back and must avoid any heavy lifting. Spielerin Frisur schweres Heben Feindseligkeit ignorieren Image FantasieImmunität Example Sentence Avoid caffeine before bedtime or you won't be able to sleep. Liam is a gamer and spends hours on his Playstation.Module Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Page English Headword 19 22 26 24 20 19 18 18 19 24 19 24 18 22 24 22 22 22 24 22 24 19 19 23 18 19 23 26 19 18 caffeine catching chance chant choir cholesterol community control co-ordination crazy criticism depressed depression determined detest disappointment discourage efficient embarrassed enthusiastic faint focus gamer/s hairstyle heavy lifting hostility ignore image imaginary immunity Phonetic / k fi n/ / k tʃiŋ/ /tʃɑ ns/ /tʃɑ nt/ /kwaiə/ /kə lestərɒl/ /kə mju nəti/ /kən trəυl/ /kəυ ɔ di neiʃən/ / kreizi/ / kritəsizəm/ /di prest/ /di preʃən/ /di t mind/ /di test/ / disə pɔintmənt/ /dis k rid / /i fiʃənt/ /im b rəst/ /in θju zi /feint/ / fəυkəs/ / eimə(z)/ / heə-stail/ / hevi liftiŋ/ /hɒ stiləti/ /i nɔ / / imid / /i m d ənəri/ /i mju nəti/ stik/ German Koffein ansteckend. In his speech he focused on the economy. She was determined to start her own business. I could hear chants of 'Long Live the King!' Susan sings in the school choir. She felt lonely and depressed. I only have a faint idea of what the teacher was talking about. In the distance. – Seite 5 von 49 – . The patient is suffering from depression. The library serves the whole community.
but I don't think I'll ever win the lottery! My sister only ever eats low-fat yoghurt. fettarm fettarme Diät Luxus Mitgliedschaft (mental health problem = psychische Störung) unglücklich. elend Computerfreak. This holiday is wonderful – I'm having the time of my life! She doesn't like me. During her lifetime she had witnessed two world wars. The lifeguard dashed into the sea to save the drowning child. and is always trying to make my life difficult. Shani goes to the gym three times a week to keep fit.Module Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Page English Headword 19 18 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 21 26 19 18 26 19 18 19 19 23 24 22 23 22 22 22 18 22 intensive exercise keep fit life life life life life jacket life sentence lifeguard lifelike lifetime loneliness lottery low-fat low-fat diet luxury membership mental health miserable nerd non-stop odd optimistic overpaid penniless persistent pessimistic physically powerful Phonetic /in tensiv eksəsaiz/ / ki p fit/ /laif/ /laif/ /laif/ /laif/ / laif d / laif ɑ d/ / laiflaik/ / laiftaim/ / ləυnlinəs/ / lɒtəri/ / ləυ f t/ / ləυ f t daiət/ / l kʃəri/ / membəʃip/ / mentl helθ/ / mizərəbəl/ /n d/ / nɒn stɒp/ /ɒd/ / ɒptə mistik/ / əυvə peid/ / peniləs/ /pə sistənt/ / pesə mistik/ / fizikli/ / paυəfəl/ kit/ / laif sentəns/ German intensive (Leibes)Übungen sich fit halten Leben Leben Leben Leben Rettungsweste lebenslängliche Freiheitsstrafe Rettungsschwimmer lebensecht (zu) Lebzeiten Einsamkeit Lotterie Light-. When we went white-water rafting we each had to wear a life jacket. Greece applied for membership of the EU in 1975. I buy a ticket every week. We were hoping the team would win. travelling all over the world. Tom's optimistic about finding a job. It was a residential home for adults with mental health problems. he'd make a clown feel depressed! She is young and physically fit. – Seite 6 von 49 – . I felt miserable after my father died. President of the United States is the most powerful position in America. Loneliness can cause severe depression. Miller is serving a life sentence for murder. Fachidiot unaufhörlich sonderbar optimistisch überbezahlt mittellos hartnäckig pessimistisch körperlich stark Example Sentence Scientists say it is better to take gentle exercise rather than intensive exercise. The statue was very lifelike. He had a persistent cough which annoyed people sitting near him. He needed to lose weight and the doctor put him on a low-fat diet. They lived a life of luxury in the best hotels. All the footballers in the Premier Division are grossly overpaid. but I suppose that's life! They have a fabulous life. Uncle Charlie was jobless and penniless. Bill has such a pessimistic view of life. Harry is always glued to his computer – he's a complete computer nerd! Lily always talks non-stop for about half an hour and then puts the phone down! Jake's an odd guy – I don't understand him.
Don't give up – pull yourself together and do something! This TV programme isn't just stories. Playing a sport can boost a girl's self-esteem. The accused stood in court and said that he was innocent. There was no point in prolonging the conversation. Parents sometimes complain that their children get no stimulation at school. He is supposed to avoid strenuous exercise. Tom is always working and has no social life whatsoever. Julie wiped up the milk she had spilled. Josh was tall. We bought a fire extinguisher as a precaution against fire. He gazed in pleasure at the garden and felt that all the hard work had been time well spent. and she said she never wanted to see me again. verlängern beschützen psychisch reiß dich zusammen wahres Leben enthüllen belohnen Risiko Auseinandersetzung verängstigt selbstsicher Selbstwertgefühl (Art von) Humor. good-looking and supremely self-confident. The violent attack left her psychologically scarred. and argues with anyone who criticises the country. Life was difficult in pre-war Britain if you were ill. He's very pro-American.Module Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Page English Headword 23 26 23 26 23 19 18 18 23 26 19 19 18 23 23 23 18 24 26 18 23 21 18 18 24 19 26 19 24 prearrange precaution pre-war private life pro-American prolong protect psychologically pull yourself together real life reveal reward risk row scared self-confident self-esteem sense of humour social life social skills spilled stimulation strenuous stress stressed survey the accused time well spent trot Phonetic / pri ə reind / /pri kɔ ʃən/ / pri wɔ / / praivət laif/ / prəυ ə merikən/ /prə lɒŋ/ /prə tekt/ / saikə lɒd ikli/ / pυl jəself tə eðə/ / riəl laif/ /ri vi l/ /ri wɔ d/ /risk/ /raυ/ /skeəd/ / self kɒnfidənt/ / self i sti m/ / sens əv hju mə/ / səυʃəl laif/ / səυʃəl skilz/ /spild/ / stimjυ leiʃən/ / strenjuəs/ /stres/ /strest/ /sə vei/ /ðə ə kju zd/ / taim wel spent/ /trɒt/ German (voraus)planen Vorsichtsmaßnahme VorkriegsPrivatleben Amerika-freundlich eingestellt sein weiterführen. Angeklagte gut genutzte Zeit traben Example Sentence I've prearranged that all the cars will be waiting for us when we leave. We had a row. The person who finds my cat will be handsomely rewarded. it's about real life and real people. The magazine surveyed people's eating habits. dark house by myself. – Seite 7 von 49 – . The actress refused to answer any questions about her private life. I was too scared to go into the big. Countries are not doing enough to protect the environment from harm. They get along so well because they have the same sense of humour. Migraine is a severe headache which can be caused by stress. Her social skills were very poor. I felt really stressed before I took my exams. You have to be aware of the risks before starting your own business. A group of horses trotted past. Sinn für Humor Privatleben soziale Fähigkeiten verschüttet Anregung anstrengend Stress gestresst untersuchen Angeklagter. The information was first revealed in a Sunday newspaper.
I've got a bruise where I banged my knee on the table. The unsolved crimes folders were filed away under the heading 'Cold Cases'. She's still very upset about her father's death. Will had to buy some new trousers to accommodate his expanding waistline. He mistakenly thinks that he's the world's greatest wit. They went backpacking in America for a month. I was determined when I retired that I wasn't just going to vegetate. He was booked for doing 60 in a 30 zone. but it broke down again last week! Whilst we had been away on holiday. unterschätzen unbeliebt ungelöst erschüttert wertvoll vegetieren Sehvermögen entscheidend. Freiwillige Taille Wachs wohlhabend Gewichtszunahme Witzbold Example Sentence The news programme from Africa showed thousands of underfed children. Society undervalues staying at home and looking after children. Her engagement ring was one of her most valuable possessions.Module Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Page English Headword 23 19 22 22 23 22 19 19 20 19 19 26 22 19 19 underfed undervalue unpopular unsolved upset valuable vegetate vision vital volunteer waistline wax wealthy weight gain wit Phonetic / ndə fed/ / ndə v lju / / n pɒpjələ/ / n sɒlvd/ / p set/ / v ljuəbəl. Her career reached a climax with the release of "Gone with the Wind". Maria went for a brisk walk every day. The police caught the gang that committed the crime. – Seite 8 von 49 – . Wandern stoßen buchen (hier: Punkte im Verkehrsstrafregister bekommen) kaputt gehen einbrechen behaupten Gipfel. There was an explosion in the coal mine and the miners were trapped. unsozial Rucksack auf Rucksacktour. Melanie came from an extremely wealthy family. Ernie works as a volunteer at the local old people's home. Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 31 31 30 36 28 29 30 29 32 33 36 35 30 absurdly admiration anti-social backpack backpacking bang book break down break into claim climax coal mine commit /əb s dli/ / dmə reiʃən/ / nti səυʃəl/ / b kp k/ / b k p kiŋ/ /b ŋ/ /bυk/ / breik daυn/ / breik intə. Madame Tussaud's contains many wax models of famous people. I'm feeling a bit anti-social at the moment – leave me alone! Make sure your backpack is strapped on tightly. someone had broken into our house. To avoid weight gain. Evans claimed that someone tried to murder him. Höhepunkt Kohlebergwerk begehen Prices in parts of Asia seem absurdly low to Western tourists. -jəbəl/ / ved əteit/ / vi ən/ / vaitl/ / vɒlən tiə/ / weistlain/ /w ks/ / welθi/ / weit ein/ /wit/ German unterernährt unterbewerten. He gazed at her in admiration. wesentlich Freiwilliger. My car has been repaired recently. intυ/ /kleim/ / klaim ks/ / kəυl main/ /kə mit/ aberwitzig Bewunderung ungesellig. The referee is often the most unpopular person on the pitch. Will the operation improve my vision? His evidence was vital to the defence case.
My flatmate never tidies up after herself! They tried to stop the flow of blood. I've fixed your bike – it's working fine now. My brother-in-law is a black belt in karate. wunderschön Graffiti Richtlinien hart unfreundlich. The couple walked along the golden beach hand-in-hand. That dress is gorgeous! How much did it cost? The walls of many houses are covered with graffiti. He was going on his first date and was extremely nervous. At the party. – Seite 9 von 49 – . We're going to do some hiking this summer. The store was so large that she became completely disorientated. although he admitted the offence. bestehen unfreiwillig Götterspeise Karate Example Sentence The ice was starting to crack and melt. she involuntarily clutched her husband's hand. We were frisked at the airport in case we were carrying guns. What dreadful weather! It's been raining for days! She called the fire brigade as soon as she smelt the smoke. I didn't want to go. Mitbewohnerin Fluss durchsuchen goldgelber Strand traumhaft. How many Czech Crowns make £50? How do you deal with a classroom full of noisy children? Both sides must disarm before the peace talks can begin.Module Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Page English Headword 31 30 38 30 31 31 35 32 34 29 29 38 29 31 31 28 30 30 28 30 30 36 28 28 30 33 30 36 28 crack crime Czech Crowns deal disarm disorientate domestic flight draw up (to the kerb) dreadful fire brigade first date fix flatmate flow frisk golden beach gorgeous graffiti guidelines harsh harshly hiker hiking hitchhike hooliganism insist involuntarily jelly karate Phonetic /kr k/ /kraim/ / tʃek kraυnz/ /di l/ /dis ɑ m/ /dis ɔ riənteit/ /də mestik flait/ / drɔ p/ / dredfəl/ / faiə bri eid/ / f st deit/ /fiks/ / fl tmeit/ /fləυ/ /frisk/ / əυldən bi tʃ/ / ɔ d əs/ / r fi ti/ / aidlainz/ /hɑ ʃ/ / hɑ ʃli/ / haikə/ / haikiŋ/ / hitʃhaik/ / hu li ənizəm/ /in sist/ /in vɒləntərəli/ / d eli/ /kə rɑ ti/ German brechen Kriminalität tschechische Kronen umgehen mit entwaffnen orientierungslos Inlandflug anhalten (am Randstein) fürchterlich Feuerwehr erstes Treffen reparieren Mitbewohner. The children were given strict guidelines on how to behave in the museum. The taxi drew up to the kerb to pick up a passenger. As soon as the car skidded. the children had strawberry jelly and ice cream. One of the hikers had slipped and broken his ankle. The organisers held a meeting about the possibility of football hooliganism. They hitchhiked around France for three weeks. There was very little crime when we moved here. rau Wanderer Wandern Trampen Rowdytum auf etw. but Jane insisted. We took a domestic flight from Toronto to Vancouver. Imprisonment is a very harsh sentence for a driving offence! The court treated him harshly.
Ellie bought a paper from the newsstand. The narrator told the story beautifully. nicht mehr haben sich auf den Weg machen Example Sentence They sat in front of the TV laughing their heads off.Module Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Page English Headword 32 28 29 36 30 30 29 30 33 29 28 36 36 32 36 38 29 29 35 36 28 36 35 29 28 38 28 29 36 laugh your head off law-abiding leave legs like jelly lenient leniently lock yourself out matter mention mishap motorbike racing mule narrator nasty-looking nervous wreck newsstand over-sleep panic panic park ranger pension pick up poke posh renovate repair company retreat run out of set out Phonetic / lɑ f jə hed ɒf/ / lɔ ə baidiŋ/ /li v/ / le z laik d eli/ / li niənt/ / li niəntli/ / lɒk jɔ self aυt/ / m tə/ / menʃən/ / mish p/ / məυtəbaik reisiŋ/ /mju l/ /nə reitə/ / nɑ sti lυkiŋ/ / n vəs rek/ / nju zst nd/ / əυvə sli p/ / p nik/ / p nik/ / pɑ k reind ə/ / pɒnsiɒn/ / pik /pəυk/ /pɒʃ/ / renəveit/ /ri peə k mpəni/ /ri tri t/ /r n aυt əv. Jack over-slept and was late for work. Stephen had a sudden feeling of panic. She crossed the road to avoid the nasty-looking man coming towards her. I pulled over to the side of the road when the car ran out of petrol. She was receiving a state pension and a pension from her employers. Stephen had a sudden feeling of panic. Feldhüter Rente abholen stoßen nobel. I'll pick up your suit from the dry cleaners. – Seite 10 von 49 – . Thema erwähnen Missgeschick Motorradrennen Maultier Erzähler unangenehm/böse aussehend Nervenbündel Zeitungskiosk verschlafen Panik Panik Parkaufseher. Law-abiding citizens make sure that they don't drink and drive. Your name was mentioned in the book. He received a lenient sentence because he had confessed. vornehm renovieren Reparaturdienst Rückzug etw. When she finally managed to get off the motorcycle. Stop poking me in the arm! The hotel was very posh and very expensive! The new managers have renovated and redecorated the hotel. The repair company said they couldn't fix my computer. I had a slight mishap with one of the glasses. The park ranger advised us to keep to the paths and not wander into the forest. The mules were loaded down with baggage. ɒv/ / set aυt/ p/ German sich kaputt lachen gesetzestreu lassen weiche Knie haben nachsichtig nachsichtig sich selbst aussperren Angelegenheit. Everyone complained that the judge had dealt with the boy too leniently. but it soon turned ugly. How did you manage to lock yourself out? We'll talk about that later – we have more important matters to discuss first. she had legs like jelly. The weather was fine when they set out. The President is going to his summer retreat at Camp David. Frances left her money at home and couldn't buy any lunch. Motorbike racing looks very dangerous. Before the interview I was a nervous wreck.
Ben and Linda go sky-diving as often as they can afford it. We're going to be tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime. Be careful not to slip – I just mopped the floor. She doesn't smoke. The experiment produced some unexpected results.Module Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Page English Headword 36 36 28 29 32 35 30 29 32 29 29 31 28 32 32 31 36 36 30 38 30 28 30 30 35 35 36 38 30 setting shade sky-diving slip slippery snore speeding spill steep stuck stumble substance surfing sway swear sweet took off toss tough trainers treat trekking trickle truancy tunnel twisting under-dressed unexpected vandalism Phonetic / setiŋ/ /ʃeid/ / skai daiviŋ/ /slip/ / slipəri/ /snɔ / / spi diŋ/ /spil/ /sti p/ /st k/ / st mbəl/ / s bstəns/ / s fiŋ/ /swei/ /sweə/ /swi t/ / tυk ɒf/ /tɒs/ /t f/ / treinəz/ /tri t/ / trekiŋ/ / trikəl/ / tru ənsi/ / t nl/ / twistiŋ/ / ndə drest/ / nik spektid/ / v ndəlizəm/ German Schauplatz Schatten Fallschirmspringen. Ahead of us was a steep mountain track. It was an act of mindless vandalism to destroy the graves. schütteln hart (hier: hart gegen etw. Formationsspringen ausrutschen rutschig schnarchen Geschwindigkeitsüberschreitung verschütten steil. or swear. abschüssig (fest)stecken stolpern Substanz Surfen schwingen fluchen süß startete schleudern. I'm going to treat her to a special meal for her birthday. The extreme cold and frost had made the roads extremely slippery. It was sweet of him to ask if he could do anything for us. He could hear the old man snoring. Julia's been on trekking holiday in the mountains. We sat in the shade of the tree and had a long. Fernbleiben vom Unterricht Tunnel verschlungen. The trees swayed gently in the breeze. The bag was covered with a sticky substance. Sweat trickled down his face. When we were in Hawaii we went surfing every day. Vic stumbled and fell over the step as he came in. – Seite 11 von 49 – . The bad weather tossed our plane around like a leaf. vorgehen) Sportschuhe einladen Wandern (ver)rinnen Schwänzen. The planes will be taking off in this direction today. He went into town to buy some new trainers. I was tired after driving 50 miles on the twisting Italian roads. I spilled coffee on my shirt. He was fined £60 for speeding in a residential area. since everyone else was in evening dress. The prisoners managed to make a tunnel under the fence. kurvenreich unangemessen gekleidet unerwartet Vandalismus Example Sentence The producer thought the mansion was a perfect setting for his film. cool drink. I'm going to be late for the meeting because I'm stuck in traffic. He felt under-dressed in his casual clothes. The headmaster was worried by the high level of truancy at the school. drink.
Christians were thrown to the lions. She painted the bathroom ceiling white. Pollution in our cities is something that should concern us all. He was struck down by a virulent form of flu. -ses-/ / einʃənt/ /ɑ tikjələt/ / spekt/ / b k raυnd/ / b riə/ /blɒk/ / bɒsi/ / bɒðə/ / k lkjəleit/ / si liŋ/ /sel/ /k m aυt ɒn tɒp/ /k m p wið. His ancestors came from Italy. erfahren Änderung Vorfahren (ur)alt. Aspekt HintergrundBarriere versperren. They don't seem to comprehend how serious this is. I'm trying to calculate how much paint we need. historisch gut verständlich (hier: redegewandt) Seite. The towel absorbed most of the water. . She's a bossy little girl who wants everyone to do as she says. They held a huge party to celebrate the centenary of the composer's birth. My boss asked me to come up with some new ideas for a sales campaign. Nimi practises her yoga exercises every day.Module Module 3 Module 3 Module 3 Page English Headword 36 30 28 vanish virulent yoga Phonetic / v niʃ/ / virələnt/ / jəυ ə/ German verschwinden ansteckend Yoga Example Sentence When I looked again. What's the most interesting aspect of your work? There was background music playing in the hotel lift. The council placed a barrier across the road to block access to the area. They're complaining because the price has increased. I lost one of my contact lenses and had to wear my glasses. He didn't bother to lock the door. He became adept at cooking her favourite dishes. Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 48 40-41 40-41 47 40-41 45 41 45 42 40-41 48 41 48 45 48 45 40-41 40-41 46 46 45 46 48 40-41 40-41 47 absent-minded absorb adept alteration ancestor ancient articulate aspect background barrier block bossy bother calculate ceiling cell come out on top come up with complain complaint composer comprehend concern consist of consistently contact lens / bsənt maindid/ /əb sɔ b/ / dept. I have just made a couple of minor alterations to the drawings. einfallen lassen sich beschweren Beschwerde Komponist. he'd vanished. The governments agreed a new deal to abolish trade barriers. Komponistin begreifen (an)betreffen bestehen aus durchweg Kontaktlinse – Seite 12 von 49 – Granddad's been getting rather absent-minded lately. The jury consisted of five men and seven women. We've received complaints about the noise. The human body contains both red blood cells and white blood cells. Jane is a bright and articulate child whose speech is well developed. The more experienced team came out on top. In ancient Rome. Freya consistently got good marks in all her subjects. blockieren rechthaberisch stören (hier: sich nicht die Mühe machen) (be)rechnen Decke Zelle sich als bester/beste/bestes erweisen sich etw. absorbieren geschickt. ə dept/ / ɔ ltə reiʃən/ / nsəstə. ɒv/ /kən sistəntli/ / kɒnt kt lenz/ geistesabwesend aufnehmen. wiθ/ /kəm plein/ /kəm pleint/ /kəm pəυzə/ / kɒmpri hend/ /kən s n/ /kən sist əv.
unterstützen aufbauen. She has an IQ of 120. Sadie has an intuitive mind and will make an excellent detective. There's an exception to every rule. The aurora borealis is seen in the northern hemisphere. Traum gründen Kühlschrank Geschlecht Genie aufgeben Ziel Halbkugel Aufhellung Intelligenztest Intuition. I hate doing the ironing. Our goal is to establish a new research centre. letztere. Eingebung intuitiv IQ Bügeln beurteilen von … zu … springen letzterer. 6–4. She has a butterfly mind. but I prefer the latter. abbrechen emotional fördern. letzteres Example Sentence I've always found him very helpful and co-operative. It was a work of pure genius. She scored low in the intelligence test. it's who you know that counts. I asked the hairdresser to give me blonde highlighting. My goals are to study law and eventually to become a judge. Do you fancy going for a meal? I had fantasies about being an artist. There's more milk in the fridge. Their divorce caused him great distress. In the last match. We're receiving lots of letters from dissatisfied customers.Module Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Page English Headword 41 40-41 45 46 44 40-41 42 45 41 43 45 40-41 48 42 44 48 40-41 45 45 45 42 47 40-41 43 41 44 47 42 138 40-41 co-operative counts defeat dissatisfied distant distress dominant drop out emotional encourage establish exception fancy fantasy found fridge gender genius give up goal hemisphere highlighting intelligence test intuition intuitive IQ ironing judge jump around latter Phonetic /kəυ ɒpərətiv/ /kaυnts/ /di fi t/ /di s tisfaid/ / distənt/ /di stres/ / dɒminənt/ / drɒp aυt/ /i məυʃənəl/ /in k rid / /i st bliʃ/ /ik sepʃən/ / f nsi/ / f ntəsi/ /faυnd/ /frid / / d endə/ / d i niəs/ / iv / əυl/ / hemisfiə/ / hailaitiŋ/ /in telid əns test/ / intju iʃən/ /in tju ətiv/ / ai kju / / aiəniŋ/ /d /d d / mp ə raυnd/ p/ German kooperativ zählt besiegen unzufrieden entfernt Leid. but she's the cleverest person I know! Trust your intuition. Microsoft is a company that is dominant in the computer market. I could hear the sound of distant laughter. The Academy was founded in 1666. He's very emotional and can't hide his feelings." / l tə/ – Seite 13 von 49 – . You are actively encouraged to contribute to school life. It's not what you know. and do what it tells you to. Venus Williams defeated her sister 6–3. I find it difficult to judge how far away things are. There should be no discrimination on the grounds of gender. Not führend etw. Bill dropped out of university to start his own business. My New Year resolution is to give up smoking. and jumps around from one subject to another. "Do you like tea or coffee?" "Either. einführen Ausnahme auf etw. Lust haben Fantasie.
He's very good at linear thinking – joining the dots. I couldn't keep my mind off the operation. The nerves in his arm were damaged in the accident.it look gorgeous. and there was obviously something on her mind. Ansicht (hier: meiner Ansicht nach) Gedanken (hier: sagt. He couldn't make up his mind which watch he liked most. Multitasking. The opening was very small. gleichzeitige Erledigung Helen is superb at multi-tasking. the police officer questioned her as gently as possible. Naturforscherin subject. and has already been promoted twice. Nerv Sachliteratur gemeinnützig offenherzig Alternative. He read the manual before using the iPod. my mind went blank. beschäftigt) She looks very worried – I think she's got the exams on her mind. achten) wriggled through. and wrote a paper on the Naturforscher. mehrer Aufgaben The naturalist had discovered a new plant. I went to the beauty salon for a pedicure. beschäftigt) Verstand (hier: ich konnte mich nicht erinnern) Gedächtnis (hier: im Hinterkopf haben) My mother always speaks her mind. kümmern) Why don't you mind your own business and stop asking so many questions! Seele (hier: sie ist mit etw. At my hairdressers I can also get a manicure. Abnormalities in the cells can be seen quite clearly under a microscope. Wahl Pediküre I went to the non-fiction shelves in the library to look for a travel book on Canada. – Seite 14 von 49 – . It's the only option we have left. Gedanke (hier: sich um etw.Module Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Page English Headword 48 43 43 47 138 40-41 138 45 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 49 40-41 45 45 42 44 48 138 47 line linear logical manicure manual maths measure microscope mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind mind multi-tasking naturalist nerve non-fiction non-profit-making open-minded option pedicure Phonetic /lain/ / liniə/ / lɒd ikəl/ / m nikjυə/ / m njuəl/ /m θs/ / me ə/ / maikrəskəυp/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ /maind/ / m lti t skiŋ/ / n tʃərəlist/ /n v/ / nɒn fikʃən/ / nɒn prɒfit meikiŋ/ / əυpən maindid/ / ɒpʃən/ / pedikjυə/ German Leitung geradlinig logisch Maniküre Gebrauchsanweisung Mathe (aus)messen Mikroskop Example Sentence Mr Smith is calling for you on the other line. I've always been rubbish at maths! I measured the lines with a ruler. Elsa couldn't concentrate. I admire their sympathetic. The charity was a non-profit-making organisation. No matter what I did. When the police asked me what my son had been wearing. To my mind he looked like a man who always got what he wanted. He seems like a logical thinker. open-minded attitudes to young people. was sie denkt) Verstand (hier: ich konnte mich nicht heraushalten aus … Seele (hier: sie war mit etw. Meinung (hier: er konnte sich nicht entscheiden) Meinung (hier: seine Meinung ändern) I didn't really like the coat but when I tried it on I changed my mind . Bearing in mind that she was old. and a good choice for the job. and the caver had to mind his head as he Gedanke (hier: auf etw.
gleich herkömmlich. Carl remarked that her hair was looking great that day. The Chancellor's speech laid out the long-term economic strategy for the country. If he could improve his spatial awareness he'd be a better football player. ermüdend tendieren … zu sein Testosteron Gesamtbild abhaken Example Sentence He's had no practical experience of teaching. He enjoyed ticking off all the items on the list. There's so much information. Logopädin unverändert. sofort Strategie stur sympathisch bewältigen Imbiss. He didn't have time to cook a meal. typisch schnurstracks. In the stereotypical family. The speech therapist helped him overcome his stutter. They came across a cavern full of prehistoric drawings. We need to start work straightaway. You should concentrate on the big picture and not on small details. In what respects do you think men and women are most different? Some of the answers he gave were very revealing. Her sympathetic attitude helped her communicate well with people. I can't process it all at once! Where did you purchase the car? If you're not completely satisfied. – Seite 15 von 49 – . stiər-/ / streitə wei/ / str təd i/ / st bən/ / simpə θetik/ / t kəl/ / teikəwei/ /tɑ sk/ / ti diəs/ / tend tə bi/ /te stɒstərəυn/ /ðə bi piktʃə/ / tikiŋ ɒf/ German praktisch prähistorisch abarbeiten kaufen Ersatz. The government is making a new attempt to tackle the problem of homelessness. I was given the task of handing out the cups. Erstattung (be)merken Beziehung aufschlussreich Entwurf. She's the smartest girl in the class. Ask the questions in a logical sequence. men go out to work and women stay at home. My favourite science-fiction programme is Dr Who. Mahlzeit zum Mitnehmen Aufgabe langwierig. We had a tedious discussion about how many paperclips were being used in the office. we'll give you a refund.Module Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Page English Headword 41 45 42 46 46 45 43 43 48 42 44 45 40-41 40-41 40-41 40-41 40-41 138 40-41 41 41 40-41 48 42 46 40-41 40-41 43 138 practical prehistoric process purchase refund remark respect revealing scheme science fiction sequence smartest source spatial speech therapist static stereotypical straightaway strategy stubborn sympathetic tackle takeaway task tedious tend to be testosterone the big picture ticking off Phonetic / pr ktikəl/ / pri hi stɒrik/ / prəυses/ / p tʃəs/ / ri f nd/ /ri mɑ k/ /ri spekt/ /ri vi liŋ/ /ski m/ / saiəns fikʃən/ / si kwəns/ / smɑ təst/ /sɔ s/ / speiʃəl/ / spi tʃ θerəpist/ / st tik/ / steriə tipikəl. Steve can be very stubborn and determined sometimes. Harmonie Science Fiction Abfolge der/die am besten aussehende Quelle räumlich Logopäde. Tourism is our main source of income. so he ordered a Chinese takeaway. Prices have remained static over the last three months. Testosterone is present in much greater quantities in male bodies. She planned the colour scheme for the living room very carefully. Men and women tend to be different in their reactions to stress.
Rifat has long plaits which nearly reach her waist. Errungenschaft bewundernswert GrundPutting a man on the moon was one of our greatest achievements. t tu / / widəυ/ German etw. Try to eat foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals.Module Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Module 4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Consolidation Module 1-4 Page English Headword 45 40-41 40-41 46 48 43 43 43 46 40-41 51 51 51 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 tired of toddler typical unique unprejudiced upbringing verbal skills visualise vitamin womb cool creative critical curse determined dyed extensions fit good-looking honest lasered plaits short sighted tattoo widow Phonetic / taiəd əv. He seems like a good. entschieden gefärbt Extensions in Form. and decided to start her own business. Wells was a very creative writer. Ken thought that the old woman had put a curse on him.. their judgement was completely unprejudiced. He was short-sighted. The toddler was still a bit unsteady on his feet. and always has the latest clothes. ɒv/ / tɒdlə/ / tipikəl/ /ju ni k/ / n pred ədist/ / p briŋiŋ/ / v bəl skilz/ / vi uəlaiz/ / vitəmin/ /wu m/ /ku l/ /kri eitiv/ / kritikəl/ /k s/ /di t mind/ /daid/ /ik stenʃənz/ /fit/ / υd lυkiŋ/ / ɒnəst/ / leizəd/ /pl ts/ / ʃɔ t saitid/ /tə tu . I tried to visualise what the kitchen would look like when it had been rebuilt. – Seite 16 von 49 – . honest man. First you need to learn the basic principles of chemistry. To work in a call centre. He had a very strict upbringing. An elderly widow was attacked and robbed last month. Her hair was naturally dark. but it was now dyed blonde. Her boyfriend is really cool. Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 52-53 57 56 achievement admirable basic /ə tʃi vmənt/ / dmərəbəl/ / beisik/ Erfolg. satt haben Kleinkind typisch einzigartig vorurteilslos Erziehung sprachliche Fähigkeiten sich vorstellen Vitamin Mutterleib cool kreativ kritisch Fluch entschlossen. Every house we build is unique – no two are the same. I'm going to have my eyes lasered so I can see without glasses. She was very determined. She felt the baby move in her womb. Ruby went to the hairdressers and had extensions put in her hair. Economists are critical of the plans. You need to be very fit to run a marathon. As they didn't know who had baked the cakes. and didn't recognise me from the other side of the room.G. My sister married a really good-looking guy. Getting them all to sign the peace treaty was an admirable achievement. Tätowierung Witwe Example Sentence She was tired of people asking her if she felt all right. She has a tattoo of a butterfly on her left shoulder. fit gut aussehend ehrlich lasern lassen Zöpfe kurzsichtig Tattoo. H. good verbal skills are necessary. They were a typical American family.
Trainerin Gesamt-. The family is coping with massive financial problems. As they listened to her speak. they were moved by her eloquence. At the current rate. GemeinschaftsKommentator. We need to make a collective decision so that we appear to be united. There are too many so-called "celebrities" on TV these days. I have great admiration for the skill and dedication of our staff. wiθ/ / kəυp wið ə difikəlt bɒs/ German kämpfen die andere Mannschaft schlagen den bisherigen Rekord brechen die Rivalen schlagen Geschäftskreise Karten Berühmtheit Wohltätigkeit(sverband) Trainer. Bill Gates gives a lot of money to charity. I'll contact you when I have more news on the situation. I sometimes find it difficult to cope with the amount of work I have to do. Doctors failed to save the girl's life. The plane had to make an emergency landing when its engine caught fire. she will have sold 20 million books by the end of this year. He's going to Paris to work with a new tennis coach. Rückmeldung – Seite 17 von 49 – . I'm trying to cope with a difficult boss and a huge workload. Do you have a problem with unwanted facial hair? The magazine is full of factual information about computers. The country now faces a period of economic crisis. She defended her position exceptionally well. She spends all day at work playing cards on her computer. There is no cure yet for this type of cancer. cope with financial problems / kəυp wið fə n nʃəl prɒbləmz. Some students find it difficult to cope with university life. Try to give the students some feedback on the task.3 seconds. fai-/ cope with university life / kəυp wið ju nəv səti laif/ mit dem Studentenleben zurechtkommen Krise crisis / kraisis/ cure current rate danger dedication eloquence emergency landing exceptionally facial factual information fail feedback /kjυə/ / k rənt reit/ / deind ə/ / dedi keiʃən/ / eləkwəns/ /i m d ənsi l ndiŋ/ /ik sepʃənəli/ / feiʃəl/ / f ktʃuəl infə meiʃən/ /feil/ / fi db k/ Heilmittel Tageskurs (hier: nach gegenwärtigem Stand) Gefahr Einsatz Redegewandtheit Notlandung ausnahmsweise. The best sports commentators help you to enjoy the event more. They finally beat their rivals after 15 years of trying. He doesn't seem to worry about the dangers involved in climbing. He was well known in business circles for his ruthless approach to his staff. Kommentatorin Verbindung aufnehmen klarkommen mit mit einem schwierigen Chef klar kommen mit finanziellen Schwierigkeiten umgehen können Example Sentence We had to battle to get him out of bed and off to work every morning! We'll never beat the other team if we keep playing so badly! She beat the previous record by 1.Module Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Page English Headword 52-53 55 55 55 52-53 58 52-53 52-53 55 56 55 61 52-53 55 55 55 56 56 55 52-53 52-53 52-53 52-53 52-53 52-53 57 52-53 60 battle beat the other team beat the previous record beat your rivals business circles cards celebrity charity coach collective commentator contact cope with cope with a difficult boss Phonetic / b tl/ / bi t ðə ðə ti m/ / bi t ðə pri viəs rekɔ d/ / bi t jə raivəlz/ / biznəs s kəlz/ /kɑ dz/ /sə lebrəti/ / tʃ rəti/ /kəυtʃ/ /kə lektiv/ / kɒmənteitə/ / kɒnt kt/ / kəυp wið. außergewöhnlich GesichtsSachinformation scheitern Feedback.
with 138 points. What was your first impression of the new boss? English is not his first language. we'll have a meeting of all the staff. – Seite 18 von 49 – . He graduated from Harvard last year. but now I think she's OK. Eric has proved himself a first-class performer. The computer was one of the most important inventions of the twentieth century. /fə n nʃəl nju s peipə. At first sight I thought he was about 70 years old! First thing on Monday. In first place is Cynthia. I've fixed your bike – it had a puncture. fai-/ Börsenblatt erstklassige Zeugnisse/Auszeichnungen She graduated from university with first class honours. The government promised to deal with the problem of crime in the inner cities. He made a fortune buying and selling property. At first I didn't like her. The intensity of the hurricane was frightening.Module Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Page English Headword 52-53 60 60 60 52-53 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 61 52-53 52-53 52-53 56 60 57 56 52-53 55 52-53 52-53 55 56 52-53 52-53 financial newspaper first first aid first choice first class honours first gear first impression/s first language first name first place first sight first thing first-class fix fortune giant graduate human rights identify impact incredible influential injury inner cities inspire intensity invention juggle juggler Phonetic /f st/ / f st eid/ / f st tʃɔis/ / f st klɑ s ɒnəz/ / f st iə/ / f st im preʃənz/ / f st l ŋ wid / / f st neim/ / f st pleis/ / f st sait/ / f st θiŋ/ / f st klɑ s/ /fiks/ / fɔ tʃən/ / d aiənt/ / r d ueit/ / hju mən raits/ /ai dentifai/ / imp kt/ /in kredəbəl/ / influ enʃəl/ / ind əri/ / inə siti/ /in spaiə/ /in tensəti/ /in venʃən/ /d /d əl/ lə/ German erst erste Hilfe erste Wahl Example Sentence The company is often mentioned in the financial newspapers. We're not sure what the environmental impact of the dam will be. She inspired many young people to take up the sport. He wouldn't be my first choice of somebody to go on holiday with. Being given first aid at the scene of the accident probably saved his life. The view was incredible – you could see for miles. but he speaks it very well. erste Eindrücke Muttersprache Vorname erster Platz erster Anblick (hier: auf den ersten Blick) als Erstes erste Klasse reparieren Vermögen gigantisch (seinen) Abschluss machen Menschenrechte identifizieren Auswirkung unglaublich einflussreich Verletzung Innenstadtgebiete anregen. She was taken to hospital with serious head injuries. erster Gang erster Eindruck. The little boy said he wanted to be a juggler in a circus. The football supporters watched the match on a giant TV screen. She was unable to identify her attacker. He has some very rich and influential friends. It's hard work trying to juggle family life and a career. we had to go up it in first gear. My teacher's first name is Caroline. begeistern Stärke Erfindung jonglieren Jongleur The hill was so steep. This organisation was formed to protect the human rights of political prisoners.
She's having her operation today. isju / / reiz m ni/ / reiz st ndədz/ /r ŋk/ / rekɔ d taim/ /ri ret/ / re jə leiʃən/ /ri taiə/ / rəυiŋ/ / s krəfais/ / saiəntifik əd vɑ ns/ German führend ein Vermögen machen Fortschritte machen etw. What were the major scientific advances of the 20th century? – Seite 19 von 49 – . She made a fortune selling cheap holidays on the Internet. He was very good at rowing. We've never had any regrets about selling that car. Profi-Tennisturnier She spent many years on the professional tennis circuit. Profi-Tenniskreise. I'm not sure which is worse – the physical pain or the mental suffering. ermöglichen schaffen Motiv bewegend Operation herausragendes Führungsverhalten überwand bezeugten Achtung. I gradually overcame my shyness. The writer won a prestigious literary award. bereit stellen heben eine wichtige Frage aufwerfen Geld sammeln (das) Niveau anheben Rang Rekordzeit Bedauern Anordnung sich zurückziehen Rudern opfern wissenschaftliche Fortschritte Tea and biscuits will be provided at 11 o'clock. Her parents sacrificed a lot to give her a good education. and was in the Oxford crew in the Boat Race. I finally managed to open the door. At the soldier's funeral. Because they wanted to watch the match. they paid tribute to his courage in the face of the enemy. ehrten Zeit. John raises money for charity by running marathons. Watching the birth of my son was a deeply moving experience. He showed outstanding leadership when his country was in trouble. The country is going through a troubled period. Jealousy was the motive for the murder. Raise your hand if you know the answer. He retired from his job at the age of 65. The money his dad gave him was what made his new life possible. The government is determined to raise standards in the Health Service. Periode körperlicher Schmerz angesehen Wunderkind Example Sentence The petition had been signed by leading members of the government. Mozart was a child prodigy who could write music at a very early age. There seem to be so many rules and regulations.Module Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Page English Headword 52-53 55 55 55 59 52-53 52-53 52-53 56 52-53 52-53 56 52-53 52-53 52-53 55 52-53 52-53 55 55 55 55 52-53 52-53 52-53 55 55 52-53 56 leading make a fortune make progress make something possible manage motive moving operation outstanding leadership overcame paid tribute period physical pain prestigious prodigy professional tennis circuit provide raise raise an important issue raise money raise standards rank record time regret regulation retire rowing sacrifice scientific advance Phonetic / lediŋ/ / meik ə fɔ tʃən/ / meik prəυ res/ / meik s mθiŋ pɒsəbəl/ / m nid / / məυtiv/ / mu viŋ/ / ɒpə reiʃən/ /aυt st ndiŋ li dəʃip/ / əυvə keim/ / peid tribju t/ / piəriəd/ / fizikəl pein/ /pre stid əs/ / prɒdid i/ /prə feʃənəl tenis s kit/ /prə vaid/ /reiz/ / reiz ən im pɔ tənt iʃu . they finished the meeting in record time. This man's death raises an important safety issue. She held the rank of Inspector in the police force. I don't see how we're going to make progress beyond this point.
The swimmers do exercises to improve speed and stamina. We play water polo at the swimming pool on a Tuesday night. The government imposed a ban on tobacco advertising. There were lots of tiny ants hurrying back and forth. She never took part in team sports at school. She's suffering a lot of pain.Module Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Module 5 Page English Headword 55 55 55 55 55 55 52-53 56 52-53 55 55 55 56 52-53 52-53 55 59 52-53 61 55 55 55 55 set a good example set a world record set someone a challenge show an interest in someone show great courage show support for someone stamina step suffer survive take part take up technology tiny turnover victim voice mail warm praise water polo well into their sixties win a competition win an award win the final Phonetic / set ə υd i zɑ mpəl/ / set ə w ld rekɔ d/ / set s mw n ə tʃ lənd / / ʃəυ reit k rid / / ʃəυ sə pɔ t fə s mw n/ / st minə/ /step/ / s fə/ /sə vaiviŋ/ / teik pɑ t/ / teik / taini/ / t n əυvə/ / viktəm/ / vɔis meil/ / wɔ m preiz/ / wɔ tə pəυləυ/ / wel intə ðeə sikstiz/ / win ə kɒmpə tiʃən/ / win ən ə wɔ d/ / win ðə fainəl/ p/ /tek nɒləd i/ German ein gutes Beispiel abgeben einen Weltrekord aufstellen jdm. He received warm praise from his boss for the new advertising campaign. – Seite 20 von 49 – . Who do you think will win the final. Gerät Verbot Verband. They kept running well into their sixties. Our organisation exists to help victims of crime. Bandage We're carrying out a safety check on gas appliances in the home. She won an award for bravery during the war. gegen sich aufbringen He was deliberately trying to antagonise her. Armstrong showed great courage in coming back to compete after his cancer. The company has a high turnover of staff. He set himself the challenge of reading a new book every week. zeigen viel Mut zeigen jdn. Arsenal have shown an interest in Bradford's promising young striker. Vorrichtung. She set a world record for the fastest solo time across the Atlantic. He won a competition for paintings by children under 8. We should all go along to show support for the team. The nurse put a bandage on his sprained ankle. jdn. I took up stamp collecting when I was a very young boy. They have taken steps to make sure that this never happens again. eine Herausforderung stellen Example Sentence Your behaviour doesn't set a good example to the other children. France or Germany? / ʃəυ ən intrəst in s mw n/ Interesse an jdm. His surviving relatives all live in the USA. The use of computer technology has transformed many businesses. unterstützen Durchhaltevermögen Schritt (er)leiden überleben (surviving relatives = noch lebende Verwandte) teilnehmen beginnen Technologie winzig Umsatz (hier: Fluktuation) Opfer Anrufbeantworter warmes Lob Wasserpolo gut in die Sechziger hineinkommen einen Wettkampf gewinnen einen Preis gewinnen (hier: eine Auszeichnung erhalten) das Finale gewinnen Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 66 62 63 66 62 aid antagonise appliances ban bandage /eid/ / nt /b n/ / b ndid / ənaiz/ /ə plaiənsiz/ Hilfe The UN is sending aid to the earthquake victims. I've left you a message on your voice mail. bekämpfen.
She knelt down and began to pray. they're cutting off the circulation in your feet! We were showered by debris from the explosion. Wash the cut thoroughly to protect against infection. Blanton was discharged from hospital last night. Einrichtung abgelegen scharf knien Example Sentence What's the capital of Poland? Put a sheet of cardboard in the envelope to prevent it bending. These shoes are so tight.Module Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Page English Headword 66 62 63 66 66 62 62 67 67 66 62 62 62 66 62 66 70 62 69 70 62 62 63 64 66 62 66 62 71 62 capital cardboard charging chew chew gum chimney circulation coast common concentrate cope cut off the circulation debris decade disaster discharge discussion forum distract educator ESL fence hallway haven identity incarcerate infection institution isolated keen kneel Phonetic / k pitl/ / kɑ dbɔ d/ / tʃɑ d iŋ/ /tʃu / / tʃu / tʃimni/ / s kjə leiʃən/ /kəυst/ / kɒmən/ / kɒnsəntreit/ /kəυp/ /k t ɒf ðə s kjə leiʃən/ / debri / / dekeid/ /di zɑ stə/ /dis tʃɑ d / /di sk ʃən fɔ rəm/ /di str kt/ / edjυkeitə/ / i es el/ /fens/ / hɔ lwei/ / heivən/ /ai dentəti/ /in kɑ səreit/ /in fekʃən/ / instə tju ʃən/ / aisəleitid/ /ki n/ /ni l/ m/ German Hauptstadt Pappe angriffslustig. The identity of the killer is still unknown. She does a lot of work for banks and other financial institutions. Geröll. We stopped at an isolated farm to ask for directions. Pädagoge Englisch als Zweitsprache Zaun Vorzimmer. US companies are keen to enter the Chinese market. Trümmer Jahrzehnt Unglück. Rabbits are common in this area. The area is a haven for wildlife. He was incarcerated for 20 years for the murder. Katastrophe entlassen Diskussionsrunde ablenken Erzieher. Diele. Sometimes I just can't cope with life. Don't distract me while I'm driving! Maria Montessori was a brilliant 19th-century educator. They keep kicking their ball over the garden fence. angreifend kauen Kaugummi kauen Kamin. It's a country on the west coast of Africa. Schornstein Kreislauf Küste üblich konzentrieren klarkommen mit die Blutzufuhr abschneiden Schutt. it's hard to concentrate. There was an air disaster in which 329 people died. einkerkern Infektion Institution. – Seite 21 von 49 – . it's them leaving it on the pavement that I hate! We can't light a fire because the chimney hasn't been swept. Exercise can improve the circulation. Jack taught ESL in Japan for a couple of years. There will be a discussion forum at the end of the conference. The corridor leads off the hallway to the left. I don't mind people chewing gum. Three decades have passed since I saw him last. With all this noise. Gang Zufluchtsort Identität inhaftieren. Don't ever get in the way of a charging elephant! This meat's so tough I can hardly chew it.
when everyone takes a siesta. A cheetah can outrun any of the other big cats. with thunder and lightning. That's a ridiculous idea! Don't be silly! Fasten the rope around your waist. Threats were made against his life. He persisted in denying the charges against him.Module Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Page English Headword 66 70 68 67 62 64 66 63 69 69 69 63 67 66 63 67 71 68 62 63 67 62 62 62 62 63 64 66 62 62 link log on nerve ocean outrun overdo oxygen persist pioneer pioneer pioneering power line prison range of mountains react release resist ridiculous rope rush siesta splint stabilise sterile string survive temptation terms threat thunder Phonetic /liŋk/ / lɒ ɒn/ /n v/ / əυʃən/ /aυt r n/ / əυvə du / / ɒksid ən/ /pə sist/ / paiə niə/ / paiə niə/ / paiə niəriŋ/ / paυə lain/ / prizən/ / reind əv maυntənz/ /ri kt/ /ri li s/ /ri zist/ /ri dikjələs/ /rəυp/ /r ʃ/ /si estə/ /splint/ / steibəlaiz/ / sterail/ /striŋ/ /sə vaiv/ /temp teiʃən/ /t mz/ /θret/ / θ ndə/ German Verbindung einloggen. Where does he get the nerve to ask for more. Tom used a piece of wood as a temporary splint for his broken leg. Everything in the operating theatre must be sterile. Don't overdo it – take it easy at first. Log on to Adobe's website and look for the user-to-user forums. I just can't resist chocolate. The audience reacted by shouting and booing. They're having an exhibition about the pioneers of cinema. and I'll pull you up. – Seite 22 von 49 – . The pioneering work of NASA scientists allowed the exploration of space. He thinks of everything in terms of how much it will cost. schneller laufen übertreiben Sauerstoff beharren. gehen auf Nerv Ozean überholen. I had to resist the temptation to slap him. Overhead power lines have been cut down by the strong winds. Water molecules are made of one hydrogen and two oxygen atoms. The stores all close after lunch. Watson and Crick pioneered the study of DNA. The hostages were released this morning. The package was tied up with string. She survived the war by pretending to be German. and tomorrow we may be able to operate on him. Pionierin Bahn brechend Starkstromleitung Gefängnis Gebirgskette reagieren frei lassen widerstehen lächerlich Seil Eile Mittagsruhe Schiene stabilisieren steril Schnur überleben Versuchung Zahlungsbedingungen Drohung Donner Example Sentence Doctors have established a link between lung cancer and smoking. There was a huge storm. There's no need to rush – we have plenty of time. andauern Pionierarbeit leisten Pionier. after all he's had! It's a small island in the Indian Ocean. We stabilised the patient. The Sangre de Cristo is a range of mountains in California. They played football against a team from a women's prison.
College students today held a demonstration against the government. word for word. jubeln klatschen tollpatschig Konzert Rennbahn die Menge Sitte ohrenbetäubend engagiert Demonstration – Seite 23 von 49 – White wine is an excellent accompaniment to fish. the streets are filled with people. Leaders of the banned party were arrested last night. All the events are centred around the main square in the town. The crowd gave a deafening roar when Henry scored. The crowds were cheering and waving banners. It's the custom that the bride's father pays for the wedding. . My uncle used to take me to the course when there was horse-racing on.Module Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Module 6 Page English Headword 62 70 66 64 62 62 treat truly volunteer word for word worst case scenario wound Phonetic /tri t/ / tru li/ / vɒlən tiə/ / w d fə w d/ / w st keis sə nɑ riəυ/ /wu nd/ German behandeln wirklich der/die Freiwillige Wort für Wort schlimmster Fall Wunde Example Sentence This nurse will treat your wounds and bandage them. The atmosphere in the stadium was tense. Einstein was a truly remarkable man. She works as a volunteer at the hospital twice a week. He didn't bother to lock the door. One member of the audience described the opera as boring. Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 79 76 74 77 72 78 72 80 72 72 80 72 78 72 72 81 72 78 72 78 72 79 72 accompaniment according to legend atmosphere attract audience banned banner bother bride carnival casserole celebration centre around cheer clap clumsy concert course crowds custom deafening dedicated demonstration /ə k mpənimənt/ /ə kɔ diŋ tə led ənd/ / tməsfiə/ /ə tr kt/ / ɔ diəns/ /b nd/ / b nə/ / bɒðə/ /braid/ / kɑ nəvəl/ / k sərəυl/ / selə breiʃən/ / sentər ə raυnd/ /tʃiə/ /kl p/ / kl mzi/ / kɒnsət/ /kɔ s/ /kraυdz/ / k stəm/ / defəniŋ/ / dedikeitid/ / demən streiʃən/ Begleiter der Legende nach Atmosphäre anlocken. you will be lucky if you kiss the Blarney Stone. At carnival time in Rio. What attracted me to the job was the chance to travel. The spectators cheered the team wildly. and spilt the soup all over me. Would you like chicken casserole for dinner? Christmas is a time of joy and celebration. anziehen Publikum verboten Banner. Fahne sich bemühen Braut Karneval Auflauf Fest um … herum angesiedelt anfeuern. Jimmy's a dedicated Leeds United supporter. The audience was clapping and cheering. She follows Islamic custom by covering her hair. She was clumsy. Emergency planners tried to imagine the worst case scenario. The crowds were booing and waving banners with anti-government slogans. According to legend. I repeated exactly what he'd said. They sometimes hold rock concerts in the park. day and night. He was admitted to hospital with gunshot wounds.
The match was played in a very good-humoured way. Don't worry. We went on an excursion to the island of Burano. People speed along these quiet country lanes in their cars. Students are under intense pressure to succeed. He is furious that the court decided against him. Messe Fan Kostüm feurig-scharf Flagge Florist. I was still exhausted from the race. The home team beat the visitors 2–0. We got really good seats in the front row. I asked the florist to send her some flowers in hospital. Thousands of football fans filled the stadium. stark verschlungene Schnitzereien kleine Straße eine Menge – Seite 24 von 49 – Example Sentence Anti-war demonstrators blocked the road to the army base. The crowds were cheering and waving flags. You can dive off the boat and go swimming on the reef. Her friends gathered at the graveside to say goodbye. I've bought some nachos and made a variety of dips. The opening of the factory was a major event locally. Harry's having a fancy-dress party for his birthday. She felt dizzy when she stood up too quickly. You must be able to provide evidence of your qualifications. . The doors of the church were covered in intricate carving. The bride and groom will now cut the cake. These chillis have a really fiery taste. The church fair will be held next Saturday at 2 o'clock. Demonstrantin Dip unterscheiden abgelenkt (dive off the boat = vom Boot aus tauchen) schwindelig Ereignis Beleg Exkursion erschöpft Markt. He is old enough to distinguish between fiction and reality. Spain got off to a great start by beating France 4–0. Floristin Fußballspiel vorderste Reihe wütend einen großartigen Start haben gut gelaunt Grabstätte Bräutigam Halloween heiter heimische Mannschaft heftig. I kept getting distracted by noises from the room next door. we have loads of money left.Module Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Page English Headword 73 79 78 82 74 78 74 80 76 72 74 73 72 78 72 76 72 73 72 73 73 76 72 82 72 73 79 78 78 82 demonstrator dip distinguish distracted dive off dizzy event evidence excursion exhausted fair fan fancy dress fiery flag florist football match front row furious get off to a great start good-humoured graveside groom Halloween hilarious home team intense intricate carving lane loads Phonetic / demənstreitə/ /dip/ /di stiŋ wiʃ/ /di str ktid/ / daiv ɒf/ / dizi/ /i vent/ / evidəns/ /ik sk ʃən/ /i zɔ stid/ /feə/ /f n/ / f nsi dres/ / faiəri/ /fl / / flɒrəst/ / fυtbɔ l m tʃ/ / fr nt rəυ/ / fjυəriəs/ / et ɒf tυ ə / reivsaid/ / ru m/ / h ləυ i n/ /hi leəriəs/ / həυm ti m/ /in tens/ / intrikət kɑ viŋ/ /lein/ /ləυdz/ reit stɑ t/ / υd hju məd/ German Demonstrant. Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October. There are four football matches on each day for a week during the World Cup. Morecambe and Wise were a hilarious comedy act.
There's an outdoor swimming pool in the back garden. Re-reading the book made me think of it in a different way. Victory parades were held all over London. Schiedsrichterin religiös bleiben noch einmal lesen Ähnlichkeit heimzahlen. sich rächen Rosenblütenblatt annähernd Königtum. The police have restored some much-needed calm to the city centre. He enjoys seeking out the best restaurants in town. Bruce went on a number of peace marches in the 1970s. Marsch denkwürdig riesig dringend gebraucht Senf mythische Bilder. French mustard has a milder taste than the English variety. Rettich Schiedsrichter. Strange. Many household chemicals are poisonous. The crowd remained well-behaved despite the long delay. There's a slight resemblance between Mike and his cousin. im Freien Übergewicht Parade Friedensmarsch Darbietung Plakat giftig Festumzug projizieren Radieschen. The brass band took part in a procession through the town centre. Roughly 100 people have applied for the job. mythical images were carved into the walls of the cave. The referee made a poor decision when he gave Lampard offside. Say the words to yourself. Bilder aus der Sagenwelt Herkunft Outdoor-.Module Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Page English Headword 74 74 74 79 79 79 78 78 72 82 76 74 74 72 80 72 73 78 73 74 73 82 78 79 74 82 74 80 82 78 magical march memorable monstrous much-needed mustard mythical image origin outdoor overweight parade peace march performance placard poisonous procession project radish referee religious remain re-reading resemblance retaliate rose petal roughly royalty Rucksack say the words to yourself seek out Phonetic / m d ikəl/ /mɑ tʃ/ / memərəbəl/ / mɒnstrəs/ / m tʃ ni did/ / m stəd/ / miθikəl imid / / ɒrəd in/ / aυt dɔ / / əυvə weit/ /pə reid/ / pi s mɑ tʃ/ /pə fɔ məns/ / pl kɑ d/ / pɔizənəs/ /prə seʃən/ /prə d ekt/ / r diʃ/ / refə ri / /ri lid əs/ /ri mein/ / ri ri diŋ/ /ri zembləns/ /ri t lieit/ / rəυz petl/ / r fli/ / rɔiəlti/ / r ks k/ / sei ðə w dz tə jə self/ / si k aυt/ German zauberhaft Zug. There's a monstrous crowd of people on the banks of the river. They gave a brilliant performance of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony They were holding a huge placard saying "Ban the Airport". Königshaus Rucksack sprich die Worte in Gedanken herausfinden – Seite 25 von 49 – Example Sentence The concert took place on a magical evening beneath the stars. There was an anti-racism march to Hyde Park on Sunday. People threw rose petals over the bride and groom as they left the church. We don't share the same religious beliefs. I don't much like the taste of radishes. Many people think that royalty should pay taxes like the rest of us. and then say them again out loud. Tie your sleeping bag onto the outside of your rucksack. The demonstrators threw stones and the police retaliated by firing into the crowd. There are various theories about the origin of life on Earth. . I'm ten kilos overweight. England's win in 1966 was a memorable occasion. They projected a view of the pitch onto a giant screen above the goal.
She had a tingling sensation in her hands. vom Platz schicken Empfindung. Gefühl Knecht. The crowd went wild when Elton John finally appeared. The food at the hotel was terrible. We found the skull of a fox when we were digging in the field. She treated me to dinner in a fancy restaurant. He's always happy to sign autographs for people in the crowd. Mia's annoyance never showed in her calm face. Many young girls became domestic servants in the 1800s. Manchester United supporters have expressed their disapproval of the club's new owners. Bob wants our money for starving children in Africa. Anne waved at us and we waved back. – Seite 26 von 49 – . Most of our students achieve excellent exam results. You look utterly miserable – what's wrong? They sell 20 different varieties of lettuce. I skipped over the first couple of chapters and then started reading properly.Module Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Module 7 Page English Headword 73 79 76 72 82 76 72 72 78 72 78 80 72 74 72 72 78 76 74 80 72 72 78 81 send off sensation servant sign autographs skip over skull soaked spectator start things off starving stilton cheese supply supporter take place terrible terrifying transform treat utterly varieties wave wild wooden replica yuck Phonetic / send ɒf/ /sen seiʃən/ / s vənt/ / sainiŋ ɔ tə rɑ fs/ / skip əυvə/ /sk l/ /səυkt/ /spek teitə/ / stɑ t θiŋz ɒf/ / stɑ viŋ/ / stiltən tʃi z/ /sə plai/ /sə pɔ tə/ /teik pleis/ / terəbəl/ / terəfai-iŋ/ /tr ns fɔ m/ /tri t/ / təli/ /və raiətiz/ /weiv/ /waild/ / wυdn replikə/ /j k/ German rausschicken. He told her about his terrifying experience.000 spectators. Demonstrations having been taking place outside the American Embassy. Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 91 88 91 92 abundant achieve addicted annoyance /ə b ndənt/ /ə tʃi v/ /ə diktid/ /ə nɔiəns/ reichlich erzielen abhängig Ärger You need an abundant supply of fresh fruit to help you get better. We'll start things off with a tune that everybody knows. Oh yuck! I hate mayonnaise. Stilton cheese has quite a strong taste and smell. The movie transformed Amy from an unknown schoolgirl into a star. I went to the shops and got in a week's supply of food. Marvin soon became addicted to sleeping pills. He's built a wooden replica of the Houses of Parliament in his living room. Dienstmädchen Autogramme geben überschlagen Schädel durchnässt Zuschauer beginnen hungernd Stilton Käse Vorrat Anhänger stattfinden schrecklich erschreckend verwandeln ausführen völlig Sorten winken wild Holznachbildung igitt Example Sentence I couldn't believe it when the referee sent Rooney off. I'm soaked through – I got sprayed with beer when France scored! The match attracted over 40.
My big sister is only two years older than me. A sudden draught of air blew in. The bond between a mother and child is very strong." ertrinken viel Geld verdienen emigrieren durchführen The boys almost drowned in the river. Signatur großer Durchbruch große Schwester eingebildet wehen mit verbundenen Augen Verbindung Grenzgrößtes Bestreben. His burning ambition has always been to become a rock star. I've spent most of the day being a chauffeur to the kids! She's always be a good crowd puller with country and western fans. I can't stand her constant complaining! These cupboards were obviously built by a skilled carpenter. He sent me a picture of himself with his autograph across it. Coffee production went into decline after the civil war. Fahrerin Publikumsmagnet gewagt. scheinbar versichern Auktion Autogramm. They emigrated to France in the 1990s.Module Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Page English Headword 89 90 89 84-85 84-85 89 86 93 93 91 84-85 90 90 86 84-85 88 89 84-85 88 89 84-85 84-85 86 88 90 88 84-85 93 93 92 annoying anti-social apparently assure auction autograph big break big sister big-headed blew blindfold bond borderline burning ambition buy your way to popularity can’t stand carpenter catapult centre of attention chauffeur crowd puller daring decline deny dominate don’t mind drown earn big money emigrate enforce Phonetic /ə nɔi-iŋ/ / nti səυʃəl/ /ə p rəntli/ /ə ʃυə/ / ɔ kʃən/ / ɔ tə rɑ f/ / bi / bi / bi /blu / / blaindfəυld/ /bɒnd/ / bɔ dəlain/ / b niŋ m biʃən/ / bai jə wei/ / kɑ nt st nd/ / kɑ pintə/ / k təp lt/ / sentər əv ə tenʃən/ / ʃəυfə/ / kraυd pυlə/ / deəriŋ/ /di klain/ /di nai/ / dɒməneit/ / dəυnt maind/ /draυn/ / n bi m ni/ / emi reit/ /in fɔ s/ breik/ sistə/ hedid/ German nervig ungesellig offenbar. She kept assuring me that she felt quite well. I don't mind at all. waghalsig Rückgang leugnen dominieren. She always wants to be the centre of attention. – Seite 27 von 49 – . We will enforce the speed limit strictly over the Christmas period. (I don´t mind = es macht mir nichts aus) "Do you mind if I ask for your autograph?" "No. a second examiner will review your work. He's very clever. In borderline cases. They can earn big money on the oil rigs in the North Sea. The hostages were blindfolded and led to the cellar. anführen Example Sentence He has an annoying habit of interrupting me. The explosion catapulted him into the air. it's not the first time she's left him. heißester Wunsch sich den Erfolg kaufen kann nicht aushalten Tischler katapultieren Mittelpunkt der Aufmerksamkeit Fahrer. but not in the least big-headed. She got her big break on a BBC talent show. In court they denied all the charges. It's very anti-social to hide away in your room like this! Apparently. The helicopter crew made a daring rescue attempt near the cliffs. It just shows that you can't buy your way to popularity. Five large companies dominate the car industry. The house was sold at auction.
Ronaldinho was booked for an infringement on the edge of the penalty area. She led an exciting and glamorous life. I want to gain more experience before I take on a big part. Her attitude irritated me to the point when I had to say something. Sometimes he can be rather insensitive and selfish. There's no magic formula for success. He grabbed my bag and ran. He's an impulsive young man who decides to do things for no apparent reason. I've spent a great deal of time studying the habits of polar bears. Do you expect to travel a lot this year? Her sister was always more of an extrovert. ärgern entführen Verlierer machen – Seite 28 von 49 – . Playing a small part in this film might get me noticed by big producers. erwarten extrovertierter Mensch Erfolglosigkeit umgehen. All traffic on the freeway has come to a stop. hart gesotten eine tolle Zeit haben. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. They bought a huge mansion in the Oxfordshire countryside. Rezept Autobahn Erfahrung sammeln entdeckt werden glamourös (er)greifen jede Menge. Pam's boyfriend is such a loser! She makes all her own clothes. We need to find a way round her objections to the marriage. Episode etabliert. / haυndid bai ðə p pə r tsi/ gejagt von den Paparazzi riesiges Herrenhaus Idol Unsterblichkeit impulsiv Verstoß unsensibel erfinden reizen. He collapsed with exhaustion at the end of the race. viel Spaß haben Hit Example Sentence He watches every episode of "Friends". Police appealed for witnesses after a woman was kidnapped at gunpoint. Have a great time on holiday. The hotel went to great lengths to make sure everything was perfect. Princess Diana was hounded by the paparazzi wherever she went. Competition from established businesses can be formidable. alteingesessen Erschöpfung entgegensehen. sehr viel große Bemühungen Hardcore-.Module Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Page English Headword 89 84-85 89 88 90 84-85 92 84-85 87 86 86 89 84-85 93 89 90 93 86 86 86 90 88 90 92 90 86 92 89 84-85 88 episode established exhaustion expect extrovert failure find a way round formula freeway gain experience get noticed glamorous grab great deal great lengths hardcore have a great time hit hounded by the paparazzi huge mansion idol immortality impulsive infringement insensitive invent irritate kidnap loser make Phonetic / episəυd/ /i st bliʃt/ /i zɔ stʃən/ /ik spekt/ / ekstrəv t/ / feiljə/ / faind ə wei raυnd/ / fɔ mjələ/ / fri wei/ / ein ik spiəriəns/ / et nəυtist/ / l mərəs/ / r b/ / reit di l/ / reit leŋθs/ / hɑ dkɔ / /h v ə /hit/ /hju d / aidl/ / imɔ t ləti/ /im p lsiv/ /in frind mənt/ /in sensətiv/ /in vent/ / irəteit/ / kidn p/ / lu zə/ /meik/ m nʃən/ reit taim/ German Folge. umschiffen Formel. and come back refreshed! Her latest movie has become a worldwide hit. Elvis Presley has been my idol since childhood. His career ended in failure. The hardcore country fans stayed until the very end. Shakespeare achieved immortality by writing such fantastic plays.
persönlich identifizieren mit) It's a pointless argument – there's no right or wrong answer. It's no big deal – I can go on holiday next week instead. but lacks originality. but I can barely make ends meet! There are many beautiful country mansions around here. She was wearing her usual outfit of white blouse and black skirt. He wasn't an overnight sensation – he'd been working in the clubs for years.. möglich potenziell vorgeben verhindern. She makes a real effort to look smart wherever she goes. Kamerad Medienaufmerksamkeit gemischte Gefühle Schwung. Reality TV shows are becoming very common in the UK. The paparazzi spent hours outside the star's hotel. William is obsessed with making money. she has a strong personal identification with Naomi Campbell. His mates congratulated him on winning the darts contest. His death was announced on the news last night. Kleidung von heute auf morgen berühmt sein Paparazzi krankhaft Example Sentence This kind of music has been out of fashion for a while. Objekt der Begierde Unklarheit besessen Besessenheit Originalität Outfit. The design is good. and incapable of telling the truth. O'Brien retired from politics and died in obscurity. It's an accident that could have been prevented He spent many years in the public eye. vorbeugen Licht der Öffentlichkeit bewerten Reality TV The salesmen were eager to impress potential customers. Eigendynamik Nachrichten keine große Sache es lohnt sich nicht zu .Module Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Page English Headword 86 88 86 86 91 86 92 84-85 84-85 93 88 90 84-85 90 90 84-85 88 86 89 90 90 92 88 84-85 88 88 84-85 90 84-85 make a comeback make an effort make ends meet mansion mate media attention mixed feelings momentum news no big deal not worth + -ing object of affection obscurity obsessed obsession originality outfit overnight sensation paparazzi pathological personal identification pointless potential potentially pretend prevent public eye rate reality TV Phonetic / meik ə k mb k/ / meik ən efət/ / meik endz mi t/ / m nʃən/ /meit/ / mi diə ə tenʃən/ / mikst fi liŋz/ /məυ mentəm. The campaign continued to gather momentum. He's not really angry – he's just pretending. zwecklos etwaig. He's a pathological liar. David Beckham has been the object of her affection for many years. I have mixed feelings – I'd like the job. Villa Kumpel. (to have a personal identification = sich Oddly. They asked a panel of 100 people to rate each of the TV shows. This is a potentially dangerous situation for the team. mə-/ /nju z/ / nəυ bi di l/ / nɒt w θ/ / ɒbd ikts əv ə fekʃən/ /əb skjυərəti/ /əb sest/ /əb seʃən/ /ə rid ə n ləti/ / aυtfit/ / əυvənait sen seiʃən/ / p pə r tsi/ / p θə lɒd ikəl/ / p sənəl ai dentifi keiʃən/ / pɔintləs/ /pə tenʃəl/ /pə tenʃəli/ /pri tend/ /pri vent/ / p blik ai/ /reit/ /ri ləti ti vi / German hat ein Comeback sich bemühen über die Runden kommen Herrenhaus. It's not worth worrying about – just ignore him. – Seite 29 von 49 – .. but I don't want to live abroad. The wives of the players have been getting a lot of media attention. but now it's making a comeback. His fondness for cakes and biscuits is becoming an obsession. and then just disappeared from view. My brother lives in a mansion.
Her stalker followed her everywhere for several months. aufhängen Stunt Supermodel sympathisch Talent vermutlich (an)drohen Seil (hier: einen Drahtseilakt vollführen) Eigenschaft. The film's release date is February 23rd. Three different species of deer live in the forest. I've had a troublesome cough for several weeks now. besessener Fan Berühmtheit Hauptrolle verblüffend. A solitary tree grew on the hilltop. Do you use the Fahrenheit temperature scale or the Celsius scale? Many young people ride around on scooters in the centre of Milan. Don't let her have your credit card – she's a shopaholic! There's something odd and sinister about the whole thing.Module Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Page English Headword 88 88 88 84-85 84-85 90 90 89 91 91 90 84-85 88 91 84-85 86 90 86 84-85 84-85 89 91 84-85 89 88 84-85 90 88 90 88 recognise refuse refuse regular release date sample scale scooter shopaholic sinister solitary species spent time + -ing stalker stardom starring role startling struggling strung stunt supermodel sympathetically talent thought to be threaten tightrope trait trouble troublesome try Phonetic / rekə naiz. We got free samples of a new shampoo. One actor who does all his own stunts is Harrison Ford. but she refused. alarmierend ringend. The hijackers threatened to shoot him. Paddy's words had a startling effect on the children. When I asked her to marry me. Twiggy was a supermodel before the term was ever invented. Charakterzug Ärger störend. beschwerlich versuchen Example Sentence People recognise him in the street now he's been on television. I didn't expect her to refuse! She's made regular appearances on chat shows in the UK. I feel as though I'm walking a tightrope between success and failure. It's a mental illness that is associated with particular personality traits. but he's very handsome. rekən-/ /ri fju z/ /ri fju z/ / re jələ/ /ri li s deit/ / sɑ mpəl/ /skeil/ / sku tə/ / ʃɒpə hɒlik/ / sinəstə/ / sɒlətəri/ / spi ʃi z/ / spent taim/ / stɔ kə/ / stɑ dəm/ / stɑ riŋ rəυl/ / stɑ tliŋ/ / str əliŋ/ /str ŋ/ /st nt/ / su pə mɒdl/ / simpə θetikli/ / t lənt/ / θɔ t tə bi/ / θretn/ / taitrəυp/ /trei. She strung the Christmas lights across the front of the house. He's just a struggling actor. He rose to stardom after his first album got to number one. Maßstab Roller kaufsüchtige Person unheimlich allein stehend Spezies Zeit verbringen mit … Stalker. treit/ / tr bəl/ / tr bəlsəm/ /trai/ German erkennen ablehnen Ablehnung regelmäßig Freigabedatum (hier: Filmstart) Probe Maßeinheit. They've offered me the starring role in their next film. I asked her to marry me. She nodded her head sympathetically. I'm trying to find out what happened. – Seite 30 von 49 – . We've been having trouble with the new computer system. We spent some time just lying on the beach. kämpfend aufreihen. This is thought to be the first time this bird has been seen in the UK. Turner has more talent than any other player on the team.
The award for the winner is a recording contract worth £1 million. Make sure you bolt the door when you leave. The French flag is blue. Make sure the gate is closed and bolted behind you. Money was worth so little that people were carrying it around in wheelbarrows. What are your chances of getting a job with a degree in marine engineering? Miraculously. Prämie den Rekord brechen großer Durchbruch jubeln fordernd. I wonder where she lives these days. The audience were clapping and cheering. He's trying to run seven marathons in seven days.Module Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Module 8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Consolidation Module 5-8 Page English Headword 92 88 84-85 90 95 94 94 94 94 94 95 94 94 94 94 95 94 94 95 95 94 virtually wait wheelbarrow wonder acute award beat the record big break cheer demanding despite flag make a fortune marathon marine engineering miraculously painful profit scrambled eggs tragedy wound Phonetic / v tʃuəli/ /weit/ / wi l b rəυ/ / w ndə/ /ə kju t/ /ə wɔ d/ / bi t ðə rekɔ d/ / bi breik/ / tʃiəriŋ/ /di mɑ ndiŋ/ /di spait/ /fl / / meik ə fɔ tʃən/ / m rəθən/ /mə ri n end ə niəriŋ/ /mi r kjυləsli/ / peinfəl/ / prɒfit/ / skr mbəld e z/ / tr d ədi/ /wu nd/ German nahezu. There's an acute shortage of mathematics teachers. The Bubonic Plague was carried by rats that came to Britain by sea. Their house was burgled while they were away. He was admitted to hospital with gunshot wounds. Would you like scrambled eggs or fried eggs? The evening ended in tragedy. You'll never make a fortune working in a shop. I got my big break when I was asked to appear on "Opportunity Knocks". She beat the record by a full minute. – Seite 31 von 49 – . Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 96 97 102 102 97 102 102 amazing bald bolt bolted Bubonic Plague bullet burgle /ə meiziŋ/ /bɔ ld/ /bəυlt/ / bəυltid/ /bju bɒnik plei / / bυlət/ /b əl/ erstaunlich. Kugel einbrechen What an amazing story! He went bald in his early thirties. She loved him despite the way he treated her. unglaublich kahl verriegeln verriegelt Beulenpest Geschoss. He was killed by a single bullet. anspruchsvoll trotz Flagge ein Vermögen machen Marathon Schiffsingenieurwesen wie durch ein Wunder schmerzhaft Gewinn Rührei Tragödie Wunde Example Sentence The town was virtually destroyed by the force of the hurricane. white and red. She has a very demanding job working in the City. Hurry up! Everyone's waiting. praktisch warten Schubkarre sich fragen akut Preis. The company made a huge profit on the deal. His trip to France brought back painful memories of the war. she escaped from the accident with only cuts and bruises.
– Seite 32 von 49 – . They took all the money from the cash register and ran off. He fell off his bike into a ditch by the side of the road. They admitted a conspiracy to avoid paying taxes. There has been a disturbing increase in crime in this area. Gewese Gangster hart kaum zu glauben Schluckauf Falschmeldung. She lived in the days when people travelled by horse and carriage. It's hard to believe that we've been here ten years already! I've got the hiccups. He had a distinguished career in the Royal Air Force. The bones of the spine were fused together. the toast is a little burnt. Graben herunterladen evakuieren passen. I've got used to sleeping on a hard mattress. I'll need to charge my phone before I can make any more calls. You need a strong diaphragm to be able to sing well. She was so depressed. Your behaviour has been disgraceful! We need to find safer ways of disposing of hospital waste. Jux Example Sentence Sorry. Are there any games that can be downloaded free from the Internet? Several families were evacuated from their homes.Module Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Page English Headword 104 100 102 104 104 96 102 103 100 100 103 101 96 97 96 101 103 96 102 104 98 104 102 96 102 102 96 96 97 96 burnt carriage cash register charge chipped coincidence commit (suicide) commotion conspiracy conspire consume deliberately devastating diaphragm disgraceful dispose distinguished disturbing ditch download evacuate fit / doesn’t fit fortress fused fuss gangster hard hard to believe hiccups hoax Phonetic /b nt/ / k rid / / k ʃ red istə/ /tʃɑ d / /tʃipt/ /kəυ insədəns/ /kə mit/ /kə məυʃən/ /kən spirəsi/ /kən spaiə/ /kən sju m/ /di libərətli/ / devəsteitiŋ/ / daiəfr m/ /dis reisfəl/ /di spəυz/ /di stiŋ wiʃt/ /di st biŋ/ /ditʃ/ / daυn ləυd/ /i v kjueit/ /fit. I don't see what all the fuss is about. -kəps/ /həυks/ German verbrannt Kutsche Kasse laden abgeschlagen. It was pure coincidence that we were on the same train. My old suit doesn't fit now that I've put on weight. not by accident. The men admitted they had conspired to steal cars. Komplott sich zusammentun verbrauchen vorsätzlich verheerend Zwerchfell blamabel entsorgen ausgezeichnet beunruhigend Bach. The soldiers could not manage to break into the huge stone fortress. Only 27% of the paper we consume is recycled. They heard a commotion outside in the corridor. The fire was started deliberately. The paint was chipped and cracked. Can I have a drink of water? There's been a bomb hoax on the Underground. d zənt fit/ / fɔ trəs/ /fju zd/ /f s/ / ŋstə/ /hɑ d/ / hɑ d tə bi li v/ / hik p. Chemical pollution has had a devastating effect on the environment. nicht passen Festung verschmolzen Getue. Al Capone was a Chicago gangster. abgebröckelt Zufall (Selbstmord) begehen Tumult Verschwörung. she felt like committing suicide.
but it turned out to be a case of mistaken identity. He judged that the ball had crossed the line. entscheiden Sorte. The door is permanently locked. Geisteskrankheit Eisengitter urteilen. It was only a moderately successful film. You can see dust particles floating in the air if you look at that sunny window. I kept losing the sense of what she was saying.Module Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Page English Headword 102 100 96 102 98 98 100 100 102 99 102 102 98 102 104 103 100 97 96 96 98 96 99 99 96 101 104 100 holes hotel register identical immigrant impending indicate insane insanity iron bars judge kind laundry livelier locked lose the sense of massive mental asylum Middle Ages miracle mistaken identity moderately natural phenomenon northern hemisphere ostrich particle persuade pick it up Plague Phonetic /həυlz/ /həυ tel red istə/ /ai dentikəl/ / imi rənt/ /im pendiŋ/ / indikeit/ /in sein/ /in s nəti/ / aiən bɑ z/ /d d / German Löcher Gästeliste. A massive dog bounded up to him and began licking his face. it is winter at Christmas time. People have put iron bars across their windows to stop burglars getting in. Research indicates that women live longer than men. Gästeregister identisch Immigrant bevorstehend besagen irrsinnig Unzurechnungsfähigkeit. The court acquitted Campbell on the grounds of temporary insanity. not a blockbuster. Art Wäsche lebhaft verschlossen (ihren Worten) nicht mehr folgen können gewaltig psychiatrische Anstalt Mittelalter Wunder Personenverwechslung mäßig Naturereignis. Illegal immigrants cross the border from Mexico at night. I had the insane idea that I could swim the Channel. John was trying to persuade me to stay. Patients in mental asylums sometimes try to harm themselves. What kind of pizza do you want? She did the laundry and hung it out to dry. Keep listening and you'll pick it up again later in the conversation. Please sign the hotel register and I will get your key. überreden aufgreifen Seuche Example Sentence These socks are full of holes. People have started eating ostrich meat because it is low in fat. ɒv/ / m siv/ / mentl ə sailəm/ / midl eid iz/ / mirəkəl/ /mi steikən ai dentəti/ / mɒdərətli/ / n tʃərəl fi nɒmənən/ / nɔ ðən hemisfiə/ / ɒstritʃ/ / pɑ tikəl/ /pə sweid/ / pik it /plei / p/ – Seite 33 von 49 – . and gave a goal. In the northern hemisphere. The two pictures looked identical. She had a sense of impending disaster. It's a miracle that no-one was hurt. He seems livelier today than he has been before. As I don't speak Russian very well. This insurance policy doesn't cover damage from natural phenomena like hurricanes. The police arrested someone. The Plague killed thousands of people in London alone. Life was very different in the Middle Ages. /kaind/ / lɔ ndri/ / laivliə/ /lɒkt/ / lu z ðə sens əv. Naturkatastrophe nördliche Halbkugel StraußenPartikel überzeugen.
Your headaches are caused by stress – take some holiday. I don't have the slightest idea where she is. Her signature is totally illegible. That big old house with the turrets looks really spooky. Let's get going. bedeutungsvoll leisest Seele Soundfiles. They are making significant changes in the exam system. The music is downloaded as sound files in the mp3 format. schnelles Schlucken Vogelspinne Example Sentence Two years of hard work went right down the plughole. There are rumours that the President may have to resign. The film was in French. She had a premonition that her daughter was in danger. Global warming has shrunk the ice cap to 13 km. A news reporter has got hold of the story. sju -/ / su pən tʃərəl paυəz/ /sə spiʃəs/ / swɒləυiŋ r pidli/ /tə r ntjələ/ – Seite 34 von 49 – . There's been a rise in the number of suicides among young men. Let me speak to the person in charge of airport security. Is it pure coincidence that you're arrived here at the same time as me? I'm not sure that the jury will consider his evidence reliable. / premə niʃən/ / pjυə kəυ insədəns/ /ri laiəbəl/ /ri pɔ tid/ /ri pɔ tə/ / ru mə/ /skaυə/ /skr tʃt/ / s tʃ pɑ ti/ /si kjυərəti/ /ʃr ŋk/ / si nətʃə/ /si nifikənt/ / slaitəst/ /səυl/ / saυnd failz/ / s ðən hemisfiə/ / spu ki/ /stein/ / steit əv p nik/ /stres/ / s b taitəlz/ / su əsaid. but there were English sub-titles. Musikdateien südliche Halbkugel gespenstisch Fleck panischer Zustand Stress Untertitel Selbstmord übernatürliche Kräfte verdächtig Schlingen. He called the police when a suspicious package was delivered. or they'll think we're lost and send out a search party. He woke up in a state of panic because he thought his nightmare had been real. I reported to the hospital at the appointed time. They found a tarantula in a bunch of bananas. heranwachsende Jungs Vorahnung totaler Zufall glaubwürdig. My shirt has a stain on it from where I spilt my coffee. She bit him and scratched his face. Psychology tries to explain the inner areas of the mind and soul. Hiccups are sometimes caused by swallowing rapidly instead of chewing slowly. it is summer at Christmas time. Her photograph is often found on the bedroom walls of pre-adolescent boys. seriös gemeldet Reporter Gerücht durchkämmen (zer)kratzen Suchtrupp Sicherheit geschrumpft Unterschrift wesentlich. In the southern hemisphere. Superman had supernatural powers from birth. I've scoured the whole area for a suitable house.Module Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Page English Headword 99 97 96 98 103 102 102 103 102 104 102 102 104 101 103 102 97 104 99 96 104 97 97 104 102 96 96 97 99 plughole pre-adolescent boys premonition pure coincidence reliable reported reporter rumour scour scratch search party security shrunk signature significant slightest soul sound files southern hemisphere spooky stain state of panic stress sub-titles suicide supernatural powers suspicious swallowing rapidly tarantula Phonetic / pl / pri həυl/ də lesənt bɔiz/ German Abfluss Jugendliche.
aufspüren/ausfindig machen unwissend breite Mehrheit Samt merkwürdig Kirchgänger. Indian families still sometimes follow the custom of arranged marriage. . She seemed completely unaware of what was happening. I'm trying to trace my father's grandfather. Velvet curtains are very good for keeping in the heat. ə səυsi-/ / blaind deit/ / breintʃaild/ / brɔ dn/ /b z/ /keis/ / k tʃ p wið frendz/ / tʃ t ru m. rυm/ / tʃiəfəl/ /kəm p təbəl/ /kən sidərət/ / kɒnvikt/ /deit/ Zugang genervt anonym arrangierte Heirat Partner. Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 111 114 106 106 106 106 107 107 106 106 111 111 109 106 113 107 106 access annoyed anonymous arranged marriage associate blind date brainchild broaden buzz case catch up with friends chat room cheerful compatible considerate convict date / kses/ /ə nɔid/ /ə nɒnəməs/ /ə reind d m rid / /ə səυʃiət. zunichte machen gähnen Example Sentence How could you tell what I was thinking? It's almost like telepathy! He terrorised the people of the village for several months. It’s difficult to catch up with friends when you work 12 hours a day. who lived in Ireland.Module Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Module 9 Page English Headword 96 102 97 96 100 102 104 100 96 103 100 97 telepathy terrorise ticklish trace of trace someone unaware vast majority velvet weird worshipper wreck something yawn Phonetic /tə lepəθi/ / terəraiz/ / tikliʃ/ / treis əv. Kirchgängerin etw. I can't stop yawning. The social world of the child slowly broadens. ɒv/ / treis s mw n/ / nə weə/ / vɑ st mə d ɒrəti/ / velvət/ /wiəd/ / w ʃipə/ / rek s mθiŋ/ /jɔ n/ German Telepathie terrorisieren kitzelig Spur von jdn. He hasn' t been on any dates since his wife left. and they acquire new friends. It's easy to make her laugh – she's really ticklish. Are you annoyed with me just because I'm a bit late? The anonymous author of this collection of poems was clearly a genius. The man was accused of using chat rooms to lure children to his house. Address the cheque to "Peter Williamson and Associates". The doctors found no trace of poison in his body. This club has a real buzz on a Friday night. Idee sich ausweiten Energie (hier: der Laden brummt) Fall Freunde treffen Chat Room fröhlich kompatibel bedacht. Two escaped convicts were later recaptured by police. The case collapsed when a witness confirmed the accused's alibi. rücksichtsvoll Strafgefangener. They met on a blind date. Is the software compatible with your PC? He was always kind and considerate. This bad weather has wrecked my plans to travel today. I'm so tired. Strafgefangene Date – Seite 35 von 49 – In some areas there is no access to clean water. The iPod was the brainchild of Steve Jobs. I had a really weird dream where I was being chased by a fish. There were only eight worshippers at the church service this morning. Partnerin Blind Date Geistesprodukt. The vast majority of downloaded music is rock and pop. He is feeling more cheerful than before.
He saw a movement out of the corner of his eye. Yoko will be delighted to see you. We'll be having a housewarming party as soon as we've settled in. passieren Partner. She became a dot com millionaire when her company went public. The ease of obtaining a divorce is a factor in marriage breakdowns.com hi-tech bubble burst. Freundinnen frustriert Treffen High-Tech-Euphorie (wörtl. The band did a promotional tour for their latest CD. The two governments held a meeting to promote trade between Taiwan and the UK. The dogs howled all night. Their hopes of winning the championship have finally been shattered. Partnerin pragmatisch Voraussage vorantreiben.Module Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Page English Headword 106 113 106 111 111 106 114 112 107 114 112 111 109 106 113 112 107 106 106 107 107 106 114 106 107 109 112 112 107 delegate delighted dot com exaggerating face-to-face factor fascinating fashion icon friends frustrated gathering hi-tech bubble hopes housewarming party howl icon leisure libel marriage breakdown movement mutual nosiness occur partner pragmatic prediction promote promotional tour pursuit Phonetic / deli ət/ /di laitid/ / dɒt kɒm/ /i z d əreitiŋ/ / feis tə feis/ / f ktə/ / f səneitiŋ/ / f ʃən aikɒn/ /frendz/ /fr streitid/ / ðəriŋ/ / hai tek b bəlz/ /həυps/ / haυswɔ miŋ pɑ ti/ /haυl/ / aikɒn/ / le ə/ / laibəl/ / m rid breikdaυn/ / mu vmənt/ / mju tʃuəl/ / nəυzinəs/ /ə k / / pɑ tnə/ /pr m tik/ /pri dikʃən/ /prə məυt/ /prə məυʃənəl tυə/ /pə sju t/ German Abgesandter. Major earthquakes like this occur very rarely. When he retired he decided to pursue his leisure activities of sailing and swimming. Do you prefer telephone or face-to-face interviews? Vaccination is an important factor in improving the nation's health. Mutual trust is important in a marriage.: HighTech-Luftblase) Hoffnungen Einweihungsparty jaulen Symbol FreizeitVerleumdung Scheitern einer Ehe Bewegung gegenseitig Neugierde auftreten. I found his story fascinating. We always have a family gathering at Christmas. lots of investors lost all their money. unterstützen Promotion-Tour Verfolgung(sjagd) Example Sentence I was a delegate at the conference where you spoke last year. The school has a pragmatic approach to education. His nosiness landed him in big trouble. To send a fax. There were four police cars in hot pursuit. but he's exaggerating. He had abused his position as mayor by offering jobs to his friends. He says everyone hates him. When the dot. Abgesandte erfreut Internetfirma übertreiben persönlich Faktor faszinierend Modekult Freunde. I get really frustrated with my computer sometimes. – Seite 36 von 49 – . the iPod soon became a fashion icon. After it first came out. The article was completely untrue so he sued the magazine for libel. It's hard to make a prediction about who'll win the championship this year. click on the telephone icon. She lives with her partner Tom.
We had a stimulating conversation over dinner. She really can't bear him. There was a large antique mirror above the main fireplace. Her face hadn't altered much over the years." Your blood cells are not the same type as your wife's. The Presidents of the USA and China had a summit meeting in Peking. Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 125 123 118 117 120 123 117 118 125 125 123 124 116 ache administrator adorable alter antique mirror appealed arthritis Barbie dolls bear bleak bone marrow browse cell /eik/ /əd ministreitə/ /ə dɔ rəbəl/ / ɔ ltə/ / nti k mirə/ /ə pi ld/ /ɑ θraitis/ / bɑ bi dɒlz/ /beə/ /bli k/ / bəυn m rəυ/ /braυz/ /sel/ weh tun der/die Verwaltungsangestellte hinreißend. "Can I help you?" "No thanks. The doctor told her she was suffering from arthritis. so the soldiers synchronised their watches before the attack. His son needs a bone marrow transplant urgently. She's suffering a lot of pain. The school banned mobile phones as the students were texting each other during lessons. How can you get to know anybody in speed dating? Various sporting fixtures had to be called off due to bad weather. the future seemed bleak. SMS Kurznachrichten/SMS verschicken. My mother collects Barbie dolls. The project looks like finishing on schedule. liebenswert verändern antiker Spiegel aufrufen Arthritis Barbie-Puppen aushalten. She works as an administrator with the local council.Module Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Module 10 Page English Headword 112 112 106 107 112 106 109 111 113 106 107 113 111 111 range representative reunion risky schedule speed dating sporting fixture stimulating suffer summit meeting synchronise text message text messaging texting Phonetic /reind / / repri zentətiv/ /ri ju njən/ / riski/ / ʃedju l/ / spi d deitiŋ/ / spɔ tiŋ fikstʃə/ / stimjəleitiŋ/ / s fə/ / s mət mi tiŋ/ / siŋkrənaiz/ / tekst mesid / / tekst mesid iŋ/ / tekstiŋ/ German Angebot repräsentativ Treffen (school reunion = Klassentreffen) riskant Ablaufplan Speed-Dating (Partnersuche im Schnellverfahren) fest geplante Sportveranstaltung anregend (er)leiden Gipfeltreffen aufeinander abstimmen. The President has appealed for calm after the earthquake. ausstehen freudlos. simsen Example Sentence This store stocks a range of clothing for older women. Timing was important. I'm just browsing. but if it worked. synchronisieren SMS Kurznachrichten. – Seite 37 von 49 – . trostlos Knochenmark stöbern Zelle My legs were aching from walking so far. the rewards were enormous. He is always using text messaging to contact his friends. The Stop the War poll was taken from a representative sample of New York residents. I hate the idea of a school reunion – they'd all be more successful than me! It was a risky investment. My aunt has an adorable little puppy. She sent him a text message to say she didn't want to see him again. Without a job.
It would be foolish to ignore his advice. The embryo is growing in the wrong part of your body. There was hardly anyone at school due to the flu epidemic. Ausrottung entnehmen (to have a face-lift = geliftet sein) dumm.Module Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Page English Headword 124 120 123 118 116 117 120 121 123 121 116 125 124 116 123 122 125 117 123 117 117 125 116 118 117 116 117 118 120 125 chaos charming chemotherapy chin reduction cloning collagen commitment concerned condition convinced cosmetic surgery cough critic damaged organ diagnose dilemma disease disturbingly donor doubtful eliminated elite embryo end up epidemic eradication extract face-lift foolish forehead Phonetic / keiɒs/ / tʃɑ miŋ/ / ki məυ θerəpi/ / tʃin ri d kʃən/ / kləυniŋ/ / kɒləd ən/ /kə mitmənt/ /kən s nd/ /kən diʃən/ /kən vinst/ /kɒz metik s d əri/ /kɒf/ / kritik/ / d mid d ɔ ən/ / daiə nəυz/ /di lemə/ /di zi z/ /di st biŋli/ / dəυnə/ / daυtfəl/ /i liməneitid/ /ei li t/ / embriəυ/ / end p/ / epə demik/ /i r di keiʃən/ /ik str kt/ / feis lift/ / fu liʃ/ / fɒrəd. The eliminated athletes were not able to take part in the next round. Precious gems are extracted from the mine. The eradication of poverty in Africa is the charity's main aim. The museum received $10. She belonged to an elite group of artists. Kritikerin beschädigtes Organ diagnostizieren Zwangslage Krankheit beunruhigend Spender. Her charming brother is actually a well-known burglar! They want her to start a course of chemotherapy. There has been a disturbingly high increase in the crime rate. He didn't want to end up working in an office all his life. My husband would certainly benefit from a chin reduction! Dolly the sheep was the first successful cloning of an animal in Great Britain. Collagen is often used in beauty products. Spenderin zweifelhaft beseitigt Auslese Embryo enden Epidemie Abschaffung. Marriage is a long-term commitment. You don't sound convinced. I'm concerned that the children will be affected badly by your divorce. He now finds himself in a terrible dilemma. The actress hadn't a wrinkle on her face and had obviously had a face-lift. Ken works as a literary critic for the Times. närrisch Stirn Example Sentence The floods caused chaos in the eastern part of the county. – Seite 38 von 49 – . His hair was plastered to his forehead with sweat.000 from an anonymous donor. Don't you believe me? After her cosmetic surgery she looked twenty years younger! He was awake with a bad cough all night. The patient's condition has not improved since yesterday. It is doubtful whether she will survive. Some damaged organs in the body can be replaced by artificial organs. She was diagnosed with breast cancer. Heart disease is widespread in parts of Scotland. fɔ hed/ German Chaos charmant Chemotherapie kosmetische Kinn-Operation Klonen Collagen Bindung besorgt Zustand überzeugt Schönheitsoperation Husten Kritiker.
Sara has had another attack of malaria. She had liposuction to remove excess fat from her thighs. She had liposuction to remove excess fat from her thighs. They are less worried about money and material things than most people. they live in a modest house. merkwürdig meinen Mund öffnen gesetzlich verbieten mit überwältigender Mehrheit gelähmt Example Sentence He fulfilled his promise to cut taxes. Jake's an odd guy – I don't understand him at all. The vaccine is injected into your arm. The model decided to replace her breast implants with a larger size. They've been trying to raise the money for IVF treatment. Cystic fibrosis is a common hereditary disease. The first genetically engineered drug was insulin. She asked her mother if she could have a nose job for her birthday. The stroke left him permanently paralysed down one side. I'm covered in mosquito bites! This vehicle can drive through mud and water. Some infectious disease have to be reported to the authorities by law. Dreck Nasenkorrektur skurril.Module Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Page English Headword 123 118 120 116 117 116 117 118 116 117 118 117 123 120 117 124 116 117 118 117 118 118 117 125 118 120 120 124 124 123 fulfil fulfilment gamble genetic engineering genetically engineered hereditary disease human genome implant infectious diseases infertile inherit inject IVF Japanese characters justification legislation life expectancy liposuction liposuction malaria material (things) modest mosquito mud nose job odd open my mouth outlaw overwhelmingly paralysed Phonetic /fυl fil/ /fυl filmənt/ / mbəl/ /d ə netik end ə niəriŋ/ /d ə netikli end i niəd/ /hə redətəri di zi z/ / hju mən d i nəυm/ / implɑ nt/ /in fekʃəs di zi ziz/ /in f tail/ /in herit/ /in d ekt/ / ai vi ef/ /d /d pəni z k riktəz/ stifi keiʃən/ German erfüllen Erfüllung (Glücksspiele) spielen Genmanipulation. anspruchslos Mücke Schlamm. He inherited £10. Many people are against the idea of genetic engineering. The land was stony and infertile. Ann's work gives her a real sense of fulfilment. / led ə sleiʃən/ / laif ik spektənsi/ / lipəυ s kʃən/ / lipəυ s kʃən/ /mə leəriə/ /mə tiəriəl/ / mɒdəst/ /mə ski təυ/ /m d/ / nəυz d ɒb/ /ɒd/ / əυpən mai maυð/ / aυtlɔ / / əυvə welmiŋli/ / p rəlaizd/ – Seite 39 von 49 – . Kanji Game is a program to help memorise Japanese characters.000 from his aunt. The voters are overwhelmingly against the idea of more taxes. Jack loves to gamble on the horses. The government has introduced new legislation on taxation. Although they are extremely wealthy. The Human Genome Project was completed in 2003. Gentechnologie gentechnisch manipuliert/erzeugt Erbkrankheit Humangenimplantieren infektiöse Krankheit unfruchtbar erben injizieren künstliche Befruchtung japanische Schriftzeichen Begründung. There's no justification for upsetting her like that. Rechtfertigung Gesetzgebung Lebenserwartung Fettabsaugung Fettabsaugung Malaria materiell(e Dinge) bescheiden. The life expectancy of women is longer than men's. I wish I'd never opened my mouth now! Gambling was outlawed here in 1980.
Theoretically he has knowledge of medicine. As soon as I set eyes on him. The MMR vaccine contains a vaccination against measles. Stoff Ersatzmutter bewältigen. His sperm count is low. but he has no practical experience. He has a tattoo of a snake on his left arm. We had a row. Cyrillic is the name of the script used for writing Russian. The government is making a new attempt to tackle the problem of homelessness. What's that blue stuff on the floor? My gran was a surrogate mother to me when my real mother died. The speech sparked off riots in the downtown area. the movie industry has undergone a dramatic transformation. His face had been so badly scarred during the accident that he needed plastic surgery. The charity would welcome any spare money you might have. Tätowierung theoretisch Veränderung behandelbar Behandlung Impfstoff Beatmungsgerät was wirklich zählt Falte Example Sentence Many people don't understand the dangers of passive smoking.ət/ / t kəl/ /tə tu . . He was put on a ventilator but died two hours later. Poverty and unemployment are increasing. Organisers are predicting a close race. He had a stroke last year. She was given emergency treatment after the accident.Module Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Module 11 Page English Headword 124 118 117 117 118 120 120 120 123 118 124 123 117 123 125 121 117 120 117 118 122 123 116 123 118 117 passive smoking plastic surgery poverty predict re-invent row script set eyes on someone severe spare spark sperm stem cell/s stroke stuff surrogate mother tackle tattoo theoretically transformation treatable treatment vaccination ventilator what really matters wrinkle Phonetic / p siv sməυkiŋ/ / pl stik s d əri/ / pɒvəti/ /pri dikt/ / ri in vent/ /raυ/ /skript/ /set xxxx ɒn s mw n/ /sə viə/ /speə/ /spɑ k/ /sp m/ / stem selz/ /strəυk/ /st f/ / s rə eit m ðə. He had laughter wrinkles round his eyes. t tu / / θiə retikli/ / tr nsfə meiʃən/ / tri təbəl/ / tri tmənt/ / v ksə neiʃən/ / ventileitə/ /wɒt riəli m təz/ / riŋkəl/ German passiv Rauchen plastische Chirurgie Armut voraussagen wiedererfinden Auseinandersetzung Schrift jdn. lösen Tattoo. zu Gesicht bekommen ernst frei. übrig auslösen Sperma Stammzelle(n) Schlaganfall Zeug. and it's unlikely they can have children. The scientist was involved in stem cell research. I knew he was no good! He received severe head injuries in the car crash. and she stormed out of the house. What really matters is whether she trusts him enough. Certain forms of cancer are treatable with drugs. – Seite 40 von 49 – . Some pop stars are forever re-inventing themselves to appeal to younger audiences. In recent years.
lustig entschuldigen anwendbar hörbare Zustimmung betrügen parteiisch beschuldigen Blockbuster Talkshow Verein. Tobacco is highly addictive. The referee was definitely biased! You always start to blame me when things go wrong! She's starring in the latest Hollywood blockbuster. She gave an audible start when he put his hand on her shoulder. If you come too. widersprüchlich Berichterstattung (media coverage = Aufmerksamkeit der Medien) kritisieren Gegenwartskunde taub entscheiden verzweifelt abnehmen. "Where will you live?" "We've yet to decide. abtrennen hingebungsvoll verschlingen Example Sentence Are you accusing me of lying? Heroin addicts have a terrible time when they try to give up the drug. The "Dandy" and the "Beano" were favourite children's comics of the 1950s." Joe had been unemployed for over a year and was getting desperate for work. The legislation will be applicable to the whole country. She told us a highly amusing story about her little girl. I'll agree to go. – Seite 41 von 49 – . She devoured three burgers and a pile of fries. Her husband had betrayed her by lying to her. Confrontations between countries can often lead to war. Club Comic Konfrontation strittig. They criticised the referee for making some bad decisions. Parkinson has been a TV chat show host for many years.Module Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Page English Headword 132 130 126 130 133 126 135 132 128 131 131 126 133 135 126 132 126 133 126 126 132 126 132 133 133 131 130 131 accuse addict addictive adore agree aimed amusing apologise applicable audible start betray biased blame blockbuster chat show club comic confrontation controversial coverage criticise current affairs deaf decide desperate detach devoted devour Phonetic /ə kju z/ / dikt/ /ə diktiv/ /ə dɔ / /ə ri / /eimd/ /ə mju ziŋ/ /ə pɒləd aiz/ /ə plikəbəl. I'm a member of the local drama club. You can detach the hood from the jacket. Panorama was one of the best-known current affairs programmes on TV. Deaf children sometimes find it difficult to learn to speak properly. vergöttern zusagen ausgerichtet auf unterhaltsam. /bi trei/ / baiəst/ /bleim/ / blɒk b stə/ / tʃ t ʃəυ/ /kl b/ / kɒmik/ / kɒnfrən teiʃən/ / kɒntrə v ʃəl/ / k vərid / / kritəsaiz/ / k rənt ə feəz/ /def/ /di said/ / despərət/ /di t tʃ/ /di vəυtid/ /di vaυə/ plikəbəl/ / ɔ dəbəl stɑ t/ German beschuldigen Abhängige abhängig machend lieben. The programmes in the afternoon are usually aimed at women. The site of the new road has been a controversial issue. It was a bit selfish not to apologise. Her death attracted widespread media coverage. He's now the devoted father of a lovely baby girl. Tim absolutely adores his older brother.
I'm going to give up drinking after New Year. -sən-/ / entə teiniŋ/ /ik sklu siv/ / fɔ l aυt əv l v/ / fɔ ls prɒmisiz/ / fɔ lsnəs/ / feitl/ /flik/ /fəυks/ /fɒnd/ / d enjuin/ / iv s mθiŋ / ɔd / / hɑ mləs/ / hevi tr fik/ / hɒliwυd/ /həυst/ / hju mə/ /in fɔ mətiv/ /in vesti eit/ /in vesti eitə/ / invait/ / listləs/ /laiv/ / meinli/ / mi diə/ / miljəneə laifstail/ p/ German desillusioniert Dokumentation dominant. I don't like her – she's got no sense of humour. They had a dominating father and a timid mother. recherchieren Ermittlungsbeamter einladen lustlos. and died in the ambulance. I'd like to invite you to a party at my house. teilnahmslos live hauptsächlich Medien Lebensstil als Millionär/Millionärin Example Sentence As she grew older. aufrichtig etwas aufgeben sich voll fressen harmlos starkes Verkehrsaufkommen Hollywood Gastgeber. He flicked the fly off his sleeve. and very pleasant. – Seite 42 von 49 – . The newspapers are full of reports of her millionaire lifestyle. Police investigators took away all his papers and files. I've got an exclusive interview with Nelson Mandela! At first they fell in love. He said my job would improve later. but they were just false promises. Gastgeberin Humor informativ untersuchen. but it's harmless. The story was reported in the media. Their dog barks a lot. The heat was making me listless. There was genuine affection in his voice. I don't like the falseness of most politicians' answers. He suffered a fatal heart attack. Falschheit tödlich (weg)schnipsen. The lecture was very informative about Italian art. It was an entertaining evening. but one day they realised they'd fallen out of love. They are making a documentary about volcanoes.Module Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Page English Headword 130 126 130 131 126 133 131 133 130 128 131 128 131 133 130 131 126 128 135 131 135 126 133 133 133 131 126 126 133 133 disillusioned documentary dominating eccentricity entertaining exclusive fall out of love false promises falseness fatal flick folks fond genuine give something up gorge harmless heavy traffic Hollywood host humour informative investigate investigator invite listless live mainly media millionaire lifestyle Phonetic / disə lu ənd/ / dɒkjə mentəri/ / dɒməneitiŋ/ / eksen trisəti. We'll have live coverage of the match here on BBC1. beherrschend Exzentrizität unterhaltsam. There was heavy traffic on the M62 this evening. Our host greeted us at the door. Tom Cruise is one of Hollywood's major stars. lustig Exklusivdie Liebe verlieren falsche Versprechungen Verlogenheit. We gorged ourselves on cake. Laura became increasingly disillusioned with politics. The workforce consists mainly of women. Kate's mother had a reputation for eccentricity. (ab)streifen Leute sich mögen echt. Is it OK if I call my folks? The children are very fond of each other. They're investigating what caused the fire.
as the old saying goes. I asked her to marry me. Besitzerin anbieten befehlen Sendung mit telefonischer Hörerbeteiligung Komplott. I'm sorry. He's a comedy actor who's appeared in many TV sitcoms. Fernsehkomödie Seifenoper. Nachmittagsserie Soundtrack. It's a CD of the soundtrack to "Top Gun". They ordered me to put down my rifle. Plan versprechen Schiedsrichter. She promised that she would write to me. Remind me to go to the bank. He uncovered a plot to kill the king.Module Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Module 12 Page English Headword 126 128 133 133 126 135 133 132 132 133 130 133 131 131 129 126 126 126 135 131 131 132 132 126 132 130 133 135 133 130 mindless occupant offer order phone-in plot promise referee refuse refuse remainder remind rewarding saying scandal sensational sitcom soap (soap opera) soundtrack sour succinct suggest swear tabloid tell telly torture unsuitable warn wean myself off Phonetic / maindləs/ / ɒkjəpənt/ / ɒfə/ / ɔ də/ / fəυn in/ /plɒt/ / prɒmis/ / refə ri / /ri fju z/ /ri fju z/ /ri meində/ /ri maind/ /ri wɔ diŋ/ / sei-iŋ/ / sk ndl/ /sen seiʃənəl/ / sitkɒm/ /səυp. prägnant vorschlagen fluchen Regenbogenpresse erzählen Fernsehen Folter ungeeignet warnen sich entwöhnen von Example Sentence I can't stand all the mindless drivel that you get on TV these days! The furniture had been left by the previous occupants. but I didn't expect her to refuse. but she wouldn't listen. not a long complicated story. but she surprised me by refusing. and got the respect of all the players. but they made me keep it a secret. It was a sensational discovery. and it made his fortune. I'm trying to wean myself off cigarettes. You can't judge a book by its cover. Those green apples taste really sour! Give me a succinct description. Is there anything good on telly tonight? Resistance leaders were subjected to torture in prison. It's a rewarding job in many ways. n sju -/ /wɔ n/ / wi n mai self ɒf/ German sinnlos. səυp ɒpərə/ / saυndtr k/ /saυə/ /sək siŋkt/ /sə d est/ /sweə/ / t blɔid/ /tel/ / teli/ / tɔ tʃə/ / n su təbəl. Tabloid journalists have made allegations about his love life. She watches all the soaps on daytime TV. There was a phone-in on the radio about opinions on smoking. The movie is unsuitable for young children. I'd like to suggest another way of doing things. – Seite 43 von 49 – . drink. We tried to warn her. sich weigern ablehnen. sich weigern Rest erinnern lohnend Sprichwort Skandal sensationell Sitcom. or swear. Schiedsrichterin ablehnen. although the money isn't very good. The referee was very fair. I asked her to marry me. I wanted to tell you. The remainder of the class stayed behind. He was involved in a major financial scandal. She doesn't smoke. Filmmusik sauer kurz. ohne Verstand Besitzer. I meant to offer you a drink when you arrived.
They were accused of trying to commit fraud. I broke a window to get into the house. It cost £4 just to get here on the bus. He bent his knees slightly. The election campaign was very unpleasant. You can swim. Be careful of the dog. Bogus insurance claims are costing the industry millions of pounds. k n/ /k tʃ/ /sə lebrəti stɔ kə/ /tʃu z/ /k m/ /kə mit/ /kəm p lʃən/ /kən sju mə det/ /kɒst/ /k t/ /di / .000. They've built new houses for local people. He authorised me to sign invoices while he was away. We dug a large hole in the garden. I brought these pictures to show you. They cut the cake and everybody cheered. Sam's just bought a new computer. It takes the astronauts a few days to get acclimatised to conditions in space. The kids burst all the balloons with pins. Spain beat Italy 3–1. A young woman came into the room. We burnt all the rubbish. Consumer debt has reached record levels this year. can't you? Tom leapt up and caught the ball. betrügerisch (zer)brechen (mit)bringen bauen (ver)brennen (zer)platzen. The guy who killed John Lennon is perhaps the best-known celebrity stalker. She chose ice cream instead of apple tart. platzen lassen kaufen Kampagne können fangen Stalker wählen kommen begehen Zwang Verbraucherschulden. Jerry said he bit him yesterday.Module Module 12 Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Page English Headword 126 136 140 140 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 140 143 143 143 143 143 143 139 143 143 140 143 143 136 140 140 143 143 143 worth astronauts auditorium authorise be beat become begin bend bite blow bogus break bring build burn burst buy campaign can catch celebrity stalker choose come commit compulsion consumer debt cost cut dig Phonetic /w θ/ / strənɔ ts/ German Wert Astronauten Hörsaal bevollmächtigen sein schlagen werden beginnen beugen beißen wehen Schein-. A cold wind blew hard all day. The sound quality is very good in this auditorium. Kennedy became the first Catholic president. / ɔ di tɔ riəm/ / ɔ θəraiz/ /bi. -verschuldung kosten schneiden graben – Seite 44 von 49 – Example Sentence Our house is worth £250. bi / /bi t/ /bi k m/ /bi in/ /bend/ /bait/ /bləυ/ / bəυ əs/ /breik/ /briŋ/ /bild/ /b n/ /b st/ /bai/ /k m pein/ /kən. Jane was reading by the fire. I had a sudden compulsion to hit her. The meeting began at 10:00.
typisch (auf)hängen haben hören Example Sentence Disposable nappies are less eco-friendly than washable ones.Module Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Page English Headword 140 143 143 143 143 143 143 140 143 140 143 143 140 143 140 143 143 143 143 143 136 140 143 143 143 143 140 143 143 143 disposable do draw dream drink drive eat extreme fall family break-up feed feel fictitious fight financial ruin find fly forget forgive freeze frustrating full scale get give go grow habitual hang have hear Phonetic /di spəυzəbəl/ /du / /drɔ / /dri m/ /driŋk/ /draiv/ /i t/ /ik stri m/ /fɔ l/ / f məli breik p/ /fi d/ /fi l/ /fik tiʃəs/ /fait/ /fi n nʃəl ru in. fai-/ /faind/ /flai/ /fə et/ /fə iv/ /fri z/ /fr streitiŋ/ / fυl skeil/ / et/ / iv/ / əυ/ / rəυ/ /hə bitʃuəl/ /h ŋ/ /həv. He hung his coat on the back of the door. Sadie grew quickly in her first year. We sat and ate our sandwiches. He drank the lot in one go. The police mounted a full scale search for the missing children. They found my bag down the back of the chair. Snow fell for several hours. Her father fought in World War I. They flew to Paris for their honeymoon. I've forgotten your name. The lake had frozen overnight. He gave a fictitious address to the police. I know that my mother never forgave me. They drove over here yesterday. I dreamt about you last night. There is still extreme poverty in some parts of Africa. I got an e-mail from Chris. schenken gehen. Jane was in her habitual bad temper this morning. It was a frustrating job because I could never do things my own way. Have you seen the new Disney movie? I heard that noise again! – Seite 45 von 49 – . Do you like pasta? She drew a picture of a tree. What was it that Bob gave you for your birthday? I went to Glasgow last Monday. He's facing financial ruin after his products were banned. h v/ /hiə/ German Wegwerftun zeichnen träumen trinken fahren essen extrem fallen Familienzusammenbruch füttern fühlen erfunden kämpfen finanzieller Ruin finden fliegen vergessen vergeben (zu)frieren frustrierend Maßstab (full scale search = Großfahndung) bekommen geben. fahren wachsen gewöhnlich. I'm sorry. Have you fed the cats? I told them I still felt hungry. Children are the worst affected by family break-ups.
They met me at 8 o'clock. you spilt that coffee over me on purpose! – Seite 46 von 49 – . He laid his hand on my shoulder. All passengers must wear seatbelts. Jane hid the presents under the bed. She held the baby in her arms. She works as a market researcher for a beauty products company. Schrecken verletzen. Tom has lost his job. She's very level-headed and has lots of common sense. She learnt the language in three months. Their annual income is less than $24.Module Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Page English Headword 136 143 143 140 143 140 136 140 136 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 140 143 143 143 138 140 143 138 143 143 136 140 137 helplessness hide hold horror hurt income incredibly initially jealous keep know lay lead learn leave lend let level-headed lie light lose manual market researcher mean measure meet must nightmare obsessive on purpose Phonetic / helpləsnəs/ /haid/ /həυld/ / hɒrə/ /h t/ / iŋk m. Marktforscherin bedeuten (aus)messen treffen muss Alptraum zwanghaft mit Absicht Example Sentence She likes to pretend helplessness so that somebody else will do the work. but changed his mind. I still have nightmares about the accident. I hurt myself with that knife. in-/ /in kredəbli/ /i niʃəli/ / d eləs/ /ki p/ /nəυ/ /lei/ /li d/ /l n/ /li v/ /lend/ /let/ / levəl hedid/ /lai/ /lait/ /lu z/ / m njuəl/ / mɑ kit ri s tʃə/ /mi n/ / me ə/ /mi t/ /məst. She lent me £10 for the taxi fare. There's a very comprehensive manual with the camera. She's a bit obsessive about her weight. The manager led the way through the office. We lay on the beach all morning. sich weh tun Einkommen unglaublich anfangs eifersüchtig halten wissen legen führen lernen (ver)lassen leihen lassen vernünftig liegen erhellen verlieren Gebrauchsanweisung Marktforscher. Stan initially wanted to go to medical school. I measured it with a ruler. This blanket kept me nice and warm.000. Her words meant nothing to me – she was speaking Greek. You're just jealous of me because I got better grades. The rising sun lit up the mountains. She stared at him in horror. My dad didn't let me go to the party. Nicotine is incredibly addictive. That wasn't an accident. Frances left her bag at the office by mistake. Nobody knew the answer. m st/ / naitmeə/ /əb sesiv/ /ɒn p pəs/ German Hilflosigkeit verstecken halten Grauen.
He brought in a jug and set it down. but not this year. Billy read the story to me. The boat sank after hitting a rock. The children slid along the ice. 'I'm so tired. For a minute. World oil prices rose steeply. The doorbell rang when I was in the shower.' she said. Sophie sang in a choir once. She rode a horse from the age of five. His hands shook. Verbreitung stellen lesen reiten klingeln steigen rennen sagen sehen verkaufen schicken abstellen zittern scheinen schießen zeigen schließen gleichzeitig singen sinken sitzen schlafen schlittern. Some kids ran down the street. There will be a simultaneous broadcast on TV and radio. She has shown me her photos so many times! She shut the window to keep out the cold. The sun shone brightly. I slept really well last night. People often go on a spending spree at Christmas. He sent the cheque last week. She pulled out a gun and shot him. I've spent all my money. The stew smelt delicious. He sold his car for £5000. He just put the bags on the table. He spoilt my day with all that arguing. gleiten riechen sprechen ausgeben Großeinkauf. I saw a cat in the back garden today. – Seite 47 von 49 – .Module Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Page English Headword 143 138 139 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 139 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 140 143 pay philosophy prevalence put read ride ring rise run say see sell send set shake shine shoot show shut simultaneous sing sink sit sleep slide smell speak spend spending spree spoil Phonetic /pei/ /fə lɒsəfi/ / prevələns/ /pυt/ /ri d/ /raid/ /riŋ/ /raiz/ /r n/ /sei/ /si / /sel/ /send/ /set/ /ʃeik/ /ʃain/ /ʃu t/ /ʃəυ/ /ʃ t/ / siməl teiniəs/ /siŋ/ /siŋk/ /sit/ /sli p/ /slaid/ /smel/ /spi k/ /spend/ / spendiŋ spri / /spɔil/ German bezahlen Philosophie Übergewicht. nobody spoke. Kaufrausch verderben Example Sentence Who paid for all this? She's studying philosophy at university. The children sat on the floor. It's shocking that there's still such a prevalence of poverty in the world.
Terrorists may target the airport as their next place for an attack. schnurstracks Überleben schwimmen Symptom Taktik nehmen ins Visier nehmen lehren reißen denken werfen abhaken verstehen Ungerechtigkeit Example Sentence Anna stood in front of me. There's a very pleasant light breeze off the ocean. She's an expert on ancient Egyptian art. He taught physics for 15 years. die Stirn runzeln Menschheit I woke up at 5. (to be value for money = das Geld wert These tools weren't very good value for money – they're useless! sein) It's a vicious circle – it costs them more. She was still moaning about the unfairness of it all. Lucy threw the ball to her daddy. That's something else I can tick off my list of things to do. This company has always used aggressive business tactics. Lucy swam the Channel last week! Chest pain can be a symptom of heart disease. I stuck a stamp on the envelope. – Seite 48 von 49 – . We need to start work straightaway. You need to be fit to run a marathon. in Form Einsatzkräfte jdn. He tore open the letter.00 this morning. Expertin fit. She spoke clearly. My sister joined the police force in 1987. finster ansehen. Pour the hot water into a basin. Mankind has not looked after the Earth very well. Who do you think won the election? She wrote her name at the top of the paper.Module Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Consolidation Modules 9-12 Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Communication Activities Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Page English Headword 143 143 143 138 136 143 140 140 143 140 143 143 143 143 138 143 136 140 140 143 143 143 143 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 stand steal stick straightaway survival swim symptom tactic take target teach tear think throw tick off understand unfairness value for money vicious circle wake wear win write basin breeze expert fit force frown at mankind Phonetic /st nd/ /sti l/ /stik/ / streitə wei/ /sə vaivəl/ /swim/ / simptəm/ / t ktik/ /teik/ / tɑ it/ /ti tʃ/ /teə/ /θiŋk/ /θrəυ/ / tik ɒf/ / ndə st nd/ / n feənəs/ / v lju fə m ni/ / viʃəs s kəl/ /weik/ /weə/ /win/ /rait/ / beisən/ /bri z/ / eksp t/ /fit/ /fɔ s/ /fraυn/ / m n kaind/ German stehen stehlen kleben sofort. so everyone understood. I thought it was a brilliant film. Mel frowned at me. Schale Brise Experte. Someone stole my passport. The operation will increase his chances of survival. She took the note to Dr Mason. so they charge me more. Teufelskreis aufwachen tragen gewinnen schreiben Becken. She wore jeans and a red jumper.
There's been an armed rebellion against the government. He was panting after running up the steps. They were armed with knives and other weapons. Her family were very poor. Plug in the phone and let it charge for a while. The college is in a predominantly working-class area. A policeman was standing on the pavement outside the bank. Just put the dishes in the sink for now. subtil (zer)reißen Waffe weinen Example Sentence He wasn't given the opportunity to defend himself. He's got a PhD in Biochemistry. abgetragen Spüle fein. Subtle changes in climate mean that water has become scarce.Module Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Teacher's Book Page English Headword 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 105-106 opportunity pant pavement PhD plug in poor predominantly quit rebellion receipt responsible seafood sew shabby sink subtle tear weapon weep Phonetic / ɒpə tju nəti/ /p nt/ / peivmənt/ / pi eitʃ di / / pl /pɔ / /pri dɒminəntli/ /kwit/ /ri beljən/ /ri si t/ /ri spɒnsəbəl/ / si fu d/ /səυ/ / ʃ bi/ /siŋk/ / s tl/ /teə/ / wepən/ /wi p/ in/ German Gelegenheit keuchen Bürgersteig Doktortitel anschließen. My mother taught me how to sew. I'm thinking about quitting school. This is a man who is responsible for the deaths of 15 people! We went to a seafood restaurant on the bay. She wept with relief when they said they'd found her son. – Seite 49 von 49 – . Always keep the receipt in case you need to take the article back. einstöpseln arm vorherrschend verlassen Rebellion Beleg verantwortlich Meeresfrüchte (hier: Fisch-) nähen schäbig. Be careful the bag doesn't tear when you open it. She was wearing a shabby old coat and hat.
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