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Gateway A2 Student's Book Wordlist Castilian

Unit 1
School subjects
art (n) *** biology (n) chemistry (n) English (n) French (n) geography (n) German (n) history (n) *** information and communication technology (ICT) (n) maths (n) music (n) *** physical education (PE) (n) physics (n) * Spanish (n) /t/ /baldi/ /kemstri/ /l/ /frent/ /digrfi/ /d(r)mn/ /hst()ri/ /a si ti/ /ms/ /mjuzk/ /fzkl edjke()n/ /pi i/ /fzks/ /spn/ /sk/ns kwestn/ /du hmwk/ /fn/ /hv brek/ /hv lnt/ /st/ /stnd/

School activities
ask/answer a question (v) do homework (v) finish (school/classes) (v) *** have a break (v) have lunch (v) sit (v) *** stand (v) ***

start (school/classes) (v) ***

/stt/ /get (n)drest/ /get p/ /g t bed/ /g t skul ba bak/bs/k/tren/ /hv a/ /hv brekfst/lnt/dn/ /mek brekfst/lnt/dn/ /ple ftbl/tens/kmpjut gemz/ /wk t skul/ /dvnst/ /l/ /n, nd, nd/ /nd s/ /t hm/ /bd/ /bkz/ /bf/ /bt, bt/ /kftri/ /knt stnd/ /stfkt/ /sti/ /klin/

Everyday activities
get (un)dressed (v) get up (v) go to bed (v) go to school by bike/bus/car/train (v) have a shower (v) have breakfast/lunch/dinner (v) make breakfast/lunch/dinner (v) play football/tennis/computer games (v) walk to school (v)

Other words and phrases


advanced (adj) * all (det, pron) *** and (conj) *** and so (conj) at home (adv) bad (adj) *** because (conj) *** before (conj, prep) *** but (conj) *** cafeteria (n) cant stand (v) certificate (n) ** city (n) *** clean (v) ***

clothes (n) *** cold (adj) *** compulsory (adj) * design (n) *** different (adj) *** difficult (adj) *** each (det) *** education (n) *** electronic (adj) ** email (n) *** encyclopaedia (n) except (for) (prep) *** expensive (adj) *** food (n) *** genius (n) good (adj) *** great (adj) *** hate (v) *** leave (v) *** lesson (n) *** level (n) *** like (v) *** love (v) *** made (v) material (n) ***

/klz/ /kld/ /kmplsri/ /dzan/ /dfrnt/ /dfk()lt/ /it/ /edjke()n/ /elektrnk/ /imel/ /nsaklpidi/ /ksept/ /kspensv/ /fud/ /dinis/ /gd/ /gret/ /het/ /liv/ /les()n/ /lev()l/ /lak/ /lv/ /med/ /mtril/

mean (v) *** next (det, adj) *** OK/okay (interjection) open (adj) *** pay (v) *** practical (adj) *** private (adj) *** product (n) *** ready (adj) *** relax (v) ** same (adj) *** state (adj) take something out of (phr) technology (n) *** textile (n) timetable (n) typical (adj) *** university (n) *** unusual (adj) **

/min/ /nekst/ /ke/ /pn/ /pe/ /prktk()l/ /pravt/ /prdkt/ /redi/ /rlks/ /sem/ /stet/ /tek sm at v/ /teknldi/ /tekstal/ /tamteb()l/ /tpk()l/ /junvsti/ /njul/

Unit 2
Free-time activities
chat online (v) collect things (v) dance (v) *** /tt nlan/ /klekt z/ /dns/

do sport (v) draw (v) *** go out with friends (v) listen to music (v) play a musical instrument (v) read (v) *** surf the Internet (v) take photos (v) watch films (v)

/du spt/ /dr/ /g at w frendz/ /lsn t mjuzk/ /ple mjuzkl nstrmnt/ /rid/ /sf i ntnet/ /tek ftz/ /wt flmz/ /snm/ /fst fud rest()rnt/ /labrri/ /mjuzim/ /pk/ /p sent(r)/ /sp(r)ts sent(r)/ /stedim/ /swm pul/ /t/ /ktv/ /nansmnt/ /p/ /tlntk n/ /tgrf/

Places to go in a town
cinema (n) ** fast-food restaurant (n) library (n) *** museum (n) *** park (n) ** shopping centre (n) sports centre (n) stadium (n) swimming pool (n) theatre (n) **

Other words and phrases


active (adj) *** announcement (n) * appear (v) *** Atlantic Ocean (n) autograph (n)

become ***(v) bungee jumping (n) camera (n) *** certainly (=yes, of course) (adv) *** climber (n) cloud (n) *** collection (n) *** collector (n) colony (n) comedy (n) * comic (n) concert (n) ** defend (v) ** easy (adj) *** event (n) *** explorer (n) extreme sport (n) film director (n) first edition (n) flower (n) *** funny (adj) *** high (adj) *** how long (phr) how much (phr) illustration (n) * introduce (v) ***

/bkm/ /bndi dmp/ /km()r/ /st()nli/ /klam/ /klad/ /klek()n/ /klekt/ /klni/ /kmdi/ /kmk/ /knst/ /dfend/ /izi/ /vent/ /ksplr/ /kstrim sp(r)t/ /flm drekt(r)/ /f(r)st d()n/ /fla/ /fni/ /ha/ /ha l/ /ha mt/ /lstre()n/ /ntrdjus/

island (n) *** land (n) *** length (n) *** location (n) ** magazine (n) ** match (=football) (n) *** meet (v) *** mountain (n) *** music group (n) national anthem (n) native (adj) * Netherlands (n) officially (adv) * original (adj) *** painting (n) ** price (n) *** publication (n) * radio station (n) save (=save somebody) (v) *** shirt (n) *** signature (n) * simple (adj) *** size (n) *** team (n) *** ticket (n) *** title (n) ***

/alnd/ /lnd/ /le/ /lke()n/ /mgzin/ /mt/ /mit/ /mantn/ /mjuzk grup/ /n()nl nm/ /netv/ /nelndz/ /fli/ /rd()nl/ /pent/ /pras/ /pblke()n/ /redi ste()n/ /sev/ /t/ /sgnt/ /smp()l/ /saz/ /tim/ /tkt/ /tat()l/

to be mad about (phr) tree (n) *** under (adv & prep) *** volcano (n) website (n) wedding (n) ** Youre welcome. (phr)

/t bi md bat/ /tri/ /nd/ /vlken/ /websat/ /wed/ /j welkm/

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academy (n) energy bar (n) every (det) *** session (n) ** special (adj) *** summer (n) *** training (n) *** /kdmi/ /en(r)di b(r)/ /evri/ /se()n/ /spe()l/ /sm/ /tren/

Unit 3
Rooms
bathroom (n) ** bedroom (n) ** dining room (n) garage (n) * garden (n) *** hall (n) *** /brum/ /bedrum/ /dan rum/ /gr, grd/ /gd()n/ /hl/

kitchen (n) *** living room (n) **

/ktn/ /lv rum/ /mte/ /b/ /bed/ /si di ple/ /te/ /klk/ /kmpjut/ /kk/ /kbd/ /desk/ /di vi di ple/ /frd/ /emz knsl/ /lmp/ /lat/ /makrwev/ /fn/ /pst/ /rediet/ /elf/ /a/ /sk/ /sf/

Household objects and furniture


armchair (n) bath (n) *** bed (n) *** CD player (n) chair (n) *** clock (n) *** computer (n) *** cooker (n) cupboard (n) * desk (n) *** DVD player (n) fridge (n) * games console (n) lamp (n) ** light (n) *** microwave (n) phone (n) *** poster (n) radiator (n) shelf (n) ** shower (n) * sink (n) sofa (n)

table (n) *** toilet (n) * TV (n) *** washing machine (n) * window (n) ***

/teb()l/ /tlt/ /ti vi/ /w min/ /wnd/ /kk/ /du i an/ /du p/ /du w/ /le teb()l/ /mek bed/ /tek rb at/ /tadi p/ /w dz/ /kses/ /elin/ /bsktbl/ /best/ /blk v flts/ /bgl/ /kfi kp/ /kul/ /ktd/ /kt/

Jobs around the house


cook (v) *** do the ironing (v) do the shopping (v) do the washing (v) lay the table (v) make the bed (v) take the rubbish out (v) tidy up (v) wash the dishes (v)

Other words and phrases


access (n) ** alien (n) basketball (n) best (adj) *** block of flats (n) bungalow (n) coffee cup (n) cool (adj) *** cottage (n) * court (=basketball court) (n) ***

detached (adj) energy (n) *** enormous (adj) ** flat (n) ** floor (=storey) (n) *** glass (n) *** government (n) *** grass (n) *** hall of residence (n) hang on (v) hot (adj) *** houseboat (n) ideal (adj) * inside (adv) *** nature (n) *** plant (n) *** player (n) *** pollution (n) ** popcorn (n) semi-detached (adj) shoe (n) *** skate park (n) skateboarding (n) sleep (v) *** space (=empty space) (n) *** speaking (v)

/dttt/ /endi/ /nms/ /flt/ /fl/ /gls/ /gv()nmnt/ /grs/ /hl v rezd()ns/ /h n/ /ht/ /hasbt/ /adl/ /nsad/ /net/ /plnt/ /ple/ /plu()n/ /ppkn/ /semidttt/ /u/ /sket p(r)k/ /sketb(r)d/ /slip/ /spes/ /spik/

spectacular (adj) statue (n) summer (n) *** sun (n) *** surprise (n) *** tank (=water tank) (n) ** terraced (adj) top (adj) *** towel (n) * ventilation (n) village (n) *** wall (n) *** warm (adj) *** winter (n) *** wrong (adj) ***

/spektkjl/ /sttu/ /sm/ /sn/ /spraz/ /tk/ /terst/ /tp/ /tal/ /ventle()n/ /vld/ /wl/ /wm/ /wnt/ /r/

Unit 4
Parts of the body
arm (n) *** back (n) *** chest (n) *** ear (n) *** eye (n) *** face (n) *** finger (n) *** foot (n) *** /m/ /bk/ /test/ // /a/ /fes/ /fg/ /ft/

hand (n) *** head (n) *** leg (n) *** mouth (n) *** neck (n) *** nose (n) *** shoulder (n) *** stomach (n) ** toe (n) * tooth (n) ***

/hnd/ /hed/ /leg/ /ma/ /nek/ /nz/ /ld/ /stmk/ /t/ /tu/ /klam/ /dav/ /fl/ /ht/ /dmp/ /kk/ /rest/ /rad/ /rn/ /sket/ /ski/ /swm/ /besbl/ /bsktbl/

Basic physical activities


climb (v) *** dive (v) fall (v) *** hit (v) *** jump (v) *** kick (v) *** rest (v) *** ride (a horse/bike) (v) ** run (v) *** skate (v) ski (v) swim (v) **

Sports
baseball (n) basketball (n)

cycling (n) fishing (n) football (n) ** golf (n) * gymnastics (n) ice skating (n) judo (n) netball (n) rugby (n) sailing (n) table tennis (n) tennis (n) volleyball (n)

/sakl/ /f/ /ftbl/ /glf/ /dmnstks/ /as sket/ /dud/ /netbl/ /rgbi/ /sel/ /teb()l tens / /tens/ /vlibl/ /ksd()nt/ /dvas/ /erbk/ /e/ /l/ /nrbk/ /letks/ /vlnt/ /bit/ /bit/ /btwin/ /brek/

Other words and phrases


accident (n) *** advice (n) *** aerobic (adj) air (n) *** along (prep) *** anaerobic (adj) athletics (n) avalanche (n) beat (v) *** beat (n) between (prep) *** break (v) ***

breathe (v) ** by accident (phr) calm (adj) ** close (v) *** concentrate (v) *** conclusion (n) *** cool down (v) cover (v) *** cricket (n) diameter (n) die (v) *** escape (v) ** fast (adv) *** fit (adj) * flexible (adj) * gentle (adj) * gradually (adv) ** gym (n) heart (n) *** heart rate (n) heavy (adj) *** holiday (n) *** how often (phr) intense (adj) * interview (v) * joint (n)

/bri/ /ba ksd()nt/ /km/ /klz/ /kns()ntret/ /knklu()n/ /kul dan / /kv/ /krkt/ /damt/ /da/ /skep/ /fst/ /ft/ /fleksb()l/ /dent()l/ /grduli/ /dm/ /ht/ /h(r)t ret/ /hevi/ /hlde/ /ha f(t)n/ /ntens/ /ntvju/ /dnt/

left (adv) little by little (phr) martial arts (n) medium (adj) * mistake (n) ** motivate (v) movement (n) *** muscle (n) ** must (v) *** near (prep) *** necessary (adj) *** need (v) *** obligatory (adj) opposite (prep) * panic (v) past (=go past) (adv, prep) *** patient (adj) ** period (n) *** permission (n) ** positive (adj) *** practice (n) *** reduce (v) *** relevant (adj) *** rescue (n) * right (adv) *** shout (v) ***

/left/ /lt()l ba lt()l/ /ml ts/ /midim/ /mstek/ /mtvet/ /muvmnt/ /ms()l/ /mst, mst/ /n/ /ness()ri/ /nid/ /blgt()ri/ /pzt/ /pnk/ /pst/ /pe()nt/ /prid/ /pm()n/ /pztv/ /prkts/ /rdjus/ /relv()nt/ /reskju/ /rat/ /at/

show (v) *** signal (n) *** slow down (v) smoke (v) ** specific (adj) *** speed (n) *** stay (v) *** straight on (adv) stretch (v) ** survive (v) *** tall (adj) *** tempo (n) theory (n) ** transmitter (n) travel (v) *** triathlon (n) turn (v) *** uniform (n) ** wear (v) *** weather (n) *** weigh (v) ** wind (n) *** without (adv) ***

// /sgn()l/ /sl dan/ /smk/ /spsfk/ /spid/ /ste/ /stret n/ /stret/ /svav/ /tl/ /temp/ /ri/ /trnzmt/ /trv()l/ /traln/ /t(n)/ /junfm/ /we/ /we/ /we/ /wnd/ /wat/

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bottom (adj) /btm/

lose (v) *** goal (n) *** salt (n) * score (v) ** substitute (n) underwater (adj & adv)

/luz/ /gl/ /slt/ /sk/ /sbsttjut/ /ndwt/

Unit 5
Food
apple (n) *** banana (n) bean (n) biscuit (n) bread (n) *** burger (n) butter (n) ** cake (n) ** cheese (n) ** chicken (n) ** chips (n) ** egg (n) *** fish (n) *** grape (n) ice cream (n) * lemon (n) meat (n) *** /p()l/ /bnn/ /bin/ /bskt/ /bred/ /bg/ /bt/ /kek/ /tiz/ /tkn/ /tps/ /eg/ /f/ /grep/ /as krim/ /lemn/ /mit/

melon (n) nuts (n) * pizza (n) rice (n) * salad (n) * salt (n) * strawberry (n) sugar (n) ** tomato (n)

/meln/ /nts/ /pits/ /ras/ /sld/ /slt/ /strb()ri/ /g/ /tmt/ /kfi/ /ht tklt/ /lemned/ /mlk/ /mlkek/ /mn()rl wt(r)/ /rnd dus/ /ti/ /bt()l/ /kn/ /kt()n/ /kp/ /gls/ /pkt/ /slas/

Drink
coffee (n) *** hot chocolate (n) lemonade (n) milk (n) *** milkshake (n) mineral water (n) orange juice (n) tea (n) ***

Containers
bottle (n) *** can (n) ** carton (n) cup (n) *** glass (n) *** packet (n) * slice (n) *

Other words and phrases


additive (n) antioxidant (n) at least (phr) balanced (adj) bill (=in restaurant) (n) *** blueberry (n) both (det, pron) *** calcium (n) cancer (n) * celebrate (v) ** change (n) *** cheerful (adj) chemical (adj) choose (v) *** colourful (adj) cost (v) *** customer (n) *** delicious (adj) * dessert (n) * enjoy (v) *** evidence (n) *** extremely (adv) *** flavour (n) * healthy (adj) ** home-made (adj) /dtv/ /ntiksd()nt/ /t list / /blnst/ /bl/ /blub()ri/ /b/ /klsim/ /kns/ /selbret/ /tend/ /tf()l/ /kemk()l/ /tuz/ /klf()l/ /kst/ /kstm/ /dls/ /dzt/ /nd/ /evd()ns/ /kstrimli/ /flev/ /heli/ /hmed/

hormone (n) how many (phr) how much (phr) huge (adj) *** include (v) *** ingredient (n) laboratory (n) * large (adj) *** main (=main course) (n) oxygen (n) peel (v) picnic (n) preservative (n) protect (v) *** regular (=regular or large) (adj) *** secret (adj) ** share (v) *** silly (adj) * starter (n) stress (=pronunciation) (n) * syllable (n) throw (v) *** violent (adj) *** waiter (n)

/hmn/ /ha meni/ /ha mt/ /hjud/ /nklud/ /ngridint/ /lbrt()ri, lbrtri/ /ld/ /men/ /ksd()n/ /pil/ /pknk/ /przvtv/ /prtekt/ /regjl/ /sikrt/ /e/ /sli/ /stt/ /stres/ /slb()l/ /r/ /valnt/ /wet/

Unit 6

Countries and nationalities


Argentina (n) Argentinian (adj) Brazil (n) Brazilian (adj) Czech (adj) Czech Republic (n) Egypt (n) Egyptian (adj) France (n) French (adj) Germany (n) German (adj) Ireland (n) Irish (adj) Italy (n) Italian (adj) Japan (n) Japanese (adj) Poland (n) Polish (adj) Russia (n) Russian (adj) Slovakia (n) Slovakian (adj) South Africa (n) /dntin/ /dntnin/ /brzl/ /brzlin/ /tek/ /tek rpblk/ /idpt/ /dpn/ /frns/ /frent/ /dmni/ /d(r)mn/ /alnd/ /ar/ /tli/ /tljn/ /dpn/ /dpniz/ /plnd/ /pl/ /r/ /r()n/ /slvki/ /slvkin/ /sa frk/

South African (adj) Spain (n) Spanish (adj) Switzerland (n) Swiss (adj) Turkey (n) Turkish (adj) the USA (n) American (adj)

/sa frkn/ /spen/ /spn/ /swtslnd/ /sws/ /tki/ /t(r)k/ /ju es e/ /merkn/ /ksk()n/ /gadbk/ /htel/ /lgd/ /pkd hlde/ /pspt/ /satsi/ /tkts/ /tren/ /trp/ /bt/ /bs/ /k/ /kt/ /helkpt/

Words connected with tourism


excursion (n) guide book (n) hotel (n) *** luggage (n) package holiday (n) passport (n) * sightseeing (n) tickets (n) *** train (n) *** trip (n) **

Transport
boat (n) *** bus (n) *** car (n) *** coach (n) * helicopter (n)

lorry (n) motorbike (n) plane (n) *** scooter (n) ship (n) *** taxi (n) *** train (n) *** tram (n) Underground, the (n) van (n) *

/lri/ /mtbak/ /plen/ /skut/ /p/ /tksi/ /tren/ /trm/ /ndgrand/ /vn/ /g/ /njul/ /bg/ /bess/ /brljnt/ /tip/ /knek()n/ /kul/ /kriet/ /dkjmnt/ /danmk/ /flg/ /frn/ /den()rl lekn/ /glb()l/

Other words and phrases


ago (adv) *** annual (adj) ** bag (n) *** basis (n) * brilliant (adj) * cheap (adj) *** connection (n) *** cool (=great) (adj) *** creator (n) document (n) *** dynamic (adj) flag (n) foreign (adj) *** general election (n) global (adj) **

honeymoon (n) in business (phr) land (n) *** last (adj) *** meeting (n) *** monument (n) nightlife (n) nowadays (adv) ** on the cheap (phr) podcast (n) price (n) *** rich (adj) *** route (n) ** sail (v) ** sales (n) shilling (n) sight (=see the sights) (n) *** success (n) *** town (n) *** travel destination (n) useful (adj) *** via (prep) * vote (v) *** yesterday (adv) *** yesterday (n)

/hnimu(n)/ /n bzns/ /lnd/ /lst/ /mit/ /mnjmnt/ /natlaf/ /nadez/ /n tip/ /pdkst/ /pras/ /rt/ /rut/ /sel/ /selz/ /l/ /sat/ /skses/ /tan/ /trvl destne()n/ /jusf()l/ /va, vi/ /vt/ /jestde/ /jestde/

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barbecue (n) service (n) *** vegetarian (n) youth hostel (n) /bbkju/ /svs/ /vedterin/ /ju hst()l/

Unit 7
Places of work
clinic (n) factory (n) *** garage (n) * hospital (n) *** office (n) *** outdoors (adv) restaurant (n) *** shop (n) *** studio (n) ** /klnk/ /fktri/ /gr, grd/ /hspt()l/ /fs/ /atdz/ /rest()rnt/ /p/ /stjudi/ /kt/ /ktrs/ /tst/ /bld/ /bs/tksi/lri drav/ /bznsmn/ /bznswmn/

Jobs and work


actor (n) *** actress (n) artist (n) ** builder (n) bus/taxi/lorry driver (n) *** businessman (n) businesswoman (n)

cleaner (n) cook (n) dentist (n) doctor (n) *** engineer (n) * farmer (n) footballer (n) hairdresser (n) journalist (n) ** mechanic (n) nurse (n) ** secretary (n) * shop assistant (n) singer (n) waiter (n) waitress (n)

/klin/ /kk/ /dentst/ /dkt/ /endn/ /fm/ /ftbl/ /hedres/ /dnlst/ /mknk/ /ns/ /sekrtri/ /p sst()nt/ /s/ /wet/ /wetrs/ /t/ /ble/ /kmpz/ /dns(r)/ /drekt, darekt/ /flm/ /ltrt/ /mjuz()n/ /nvlst/

Culture and entertainment


art (n) *** ballet (n) composer (n) dancer (n) ** director (n) *** film (n) *** literature (n) ** musician (n) * novelist (n)

opera (n) painter (n) poet (n) poetry (n) * singer (n) theatre (n) ** writer (n) ***

/p()r/ /pent/ /pt/ /ptri/ /s/ /t/ /rat/ /ktekt/ /blem/ /blnd/ /sermni/ /kmpt()n/ /ks/ /kruz/ /kt/ /dekre()n/ /dres p/ /enttenmnt/ /kspres/ /fan()lst/ /f fri/ /dent()lmn/ /get dv(r)st/ /gv p/ /gri(v)/

Other words and phrases


architecture (n) blame (v) ** blonde (n) ceremony (n) * competition (n) *** course (n) *** cruise (=ship) (n) cut (v) *** decoration (n) dress up (v) entertainment (n) ** express (v) *** finalist (n) for free (adv) gentleman (n) * get divorced give up (v) grieve (v)

guilt (n) happen (v) *** influence (v) *** legend (n) lie (=not tell the truth) (v) *** limousine (n) look after (v) medieval (adj) moon (n) ** news (n) *** newspaper (n) *** nominate (v) on your own (phr) paint (v) ** period (n) *** physical (adj) *** popularity (n) prize (n) ** production company (n) repair (v) * romance (n) royal family (n) * style (n) *** successful (adj) *** waste (v) **

/glt/ /hpn/ /nfluns/ /led()nd/ /la/ /lmzi(n)/ /lk ft/ /mediiv()l/ /mun/ /njuz/ /njuzpep/ /nmnet/ /n j n/ /pent/ /prid/ /fzk()l/ /ppjlrti/ /praz/ /prdk()n kmp()ni/ /rpe/ /rmns/ /rl fm()li/ /stal/ /sksesf()l/ /west/

Unit 8
Feelings
angry (adj) *** bored (adj) ** excited (adj) ** happy (adj) *** interested (adj) *** relaxed (adj) * sad (adj) ** surprised (adj) ** tired (adj) *** worried (adj) * /gri/ /bd/ /ksatd/ /hpi/ /ntrstd/ /rlkst/ /sd/ /sprazd/ /tad/ /wrid/ /tf()l/ /h(r)dw(r)k/ /nteld()nt/ /kand/ /lezi/ /kwat/ /rspnsb()l/ /sris/ /kram/ /hmlsns/ /hg/

Personality
cheerful (adj) hard-working (adj) * intelligent (adj) ** kind (adj) * lazy (adj) * quiet (adj) *** responsible (adj) *** serious (adj) ***

Social problems
crime (n) *** homelessness (n) hunger (n)

pollution (n) ** poverty (n) unemployment (n) ** violence (n) **

/plu()n/ /pvti/ /nmplmnt/ /valns/ /rti/ /bd mnd/ /t/ /stz()np/ /krtk/ /kra/ /dari/ /dsrspekt/ /eft/ /f/ /gdt/ /a kju/ /mk/ /n/ /pzt/ /kstr/ /n/ /pis/ /prses/ /kwte()n/

Other words and phrases


authority (n) ** bad mannered (adj) chore (n) citizenship (n) critic (=person) (n) * cry (=have tears) (v) *** diary (n) ** disrespect (n) effort (n) *** far (adj, adv) *** gadget (n) IQ (n) mark (=out of ten) (n) *** near (prep, adj) *** opposite (n) (=someone or something completely different from another person/thing) orchestra (n) * own (adj) *** peace (n) *** process (n) *** quotation (n)

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award (n) ** charity (n) ** citizen (n) ** condition (n) *** hurricane (n) independence (n) ** refugee (n) victim (n) *** /wd/ /trti/ /stz()n/ /knd()n/ /hrkn, hrken/ /ndpendns/ /refjdi/ /vktm/

Unit 9
Wild animals and insects
alligator (n) bear (n) bee (n) bite (v) ** bite (n) eagle (n) jellyfish (n) lizard (n) scorpion (n) shark (n) snake (n) spider (n) sting (v) /lget/ /be/ /bi/ /bat/ /bat/ /ig()l/ /delif/ /lzd/ /skpin/ /k/ /snek/ /spad/ /st/

sting (n) tiger (n) wolf (n)

/st/ /tag/ /wlf/ /fild/ /flaz/ /frst/ /grs/ /hl/ /alnd/ /lek/ /mantn/ /rv/ /ska/ /vli/ /wtfl/ /klad/ /kladi/ /kld/ /dra/ /fg/ /fgi/ /ht/ /as/ /asi/

The natural world


field (n) *** flowers (n) *** forest (n) *** grass (n) *** hill (n) *** island (n) *** lake (n) ** mountain (n) *** river (n) *** sky (n) *** valley (n) * waterfall (n)

The weather
cloud (n) *** cloudy (adj) cold (adj) *** dry (adj) *** fog (n) foggy (adj) hot (adj) *** ice (n) ** icy (adj)

rain (n) *** rain (v) * rainy (adj) snow (n) ** snow (v) snowy (adj) storm (n) ** stormy (adj) sun (n) *** sunny (adj) warm (adj) *** wet (adj) *** wind (n) *** windy (adj)

/ren/ /ren/ /reni/ /sn/ /sn/ /sni/ /stm/ /stmi/ /sn/ /sni/ /wm/ /wet/ /wnd/ /wndi/ /ln/ /rend/ /kb/ /kj/ /dend/ /demgrfk/ /dstrbju()n/ /ist/ /f/ /fat/ /fri/

Other words and phrases


alone (adj & adv) ** arrange (v) *** cub (=young wolf) (n) cure (n) * danger (n) *** demographic (adj) distribution (n) * east (n) *** fang (n) fight (v) *** free (=with nothing to do) (adj) ***

gold (n) ** handwriting (n) headmaster (n) hunt (v) lie (=recline) (v) *** miss (v) *** mostly (adv) ** north (n) *** out (=to be out of the house) (adv) *** parachute (n) pet (n) * pick up (v) population (n) *** powerful (adj) *** proud (adj) * province (n) reach down (v) sleepy (adj) smell (v) * south (n) *** space (=outer space) (n) *** square kilometre (n) sure (=yes) (adv) ** survival (n) * survive (v) ***

/gld/ /hndrat/ /hedmst/ /hnt/ /la/ /ms/ /ms(t)li/ /n/ /at/ /prut/ /pet/ /pk p/ /ppjle()n/ /paf()l/ /prad/ /prvns/ /rit dan/ /slipi/ /smel/ /sa/ /spes/ /skwe(r) klmt(r)/ /, / /svav()l/ /svav/

take place (phr) temperature (n) *** west (n) ***

/tek ples/ /temprt/ /west/

Unit 10
Clothes
blouse (n) boots (n) coat (n) *** dress (n) ** jacket (n) ** jeans (n) ** jumper (n) shirt (n) *** shoes (n) shorts (n) skirt (n) ** socks (n) suit (n) ** tie (n) * tights (n) top (n) *** trainers (n) trousers (n) ** T-shirt (n) /blaz/ /buts/ /kt/ /dres/ /dkt/ /dinz/ /dmp/ /t/ /uz/ /ts/ /skt/ /sks/ /sut/ /ta/ /tats/ /tp/ /trenz/ /trazz/ /ti t/

Accessories

belt (n) * cap (n) ** glasses (n) hat (n) ** jewellery (n) ** scarf (n) sunglasses (n) watch (n) **

/belt/ /kp/ /glsz/ /ht/ /dulri/ /skf/ /snglsz/ /wt/ /bekri/ /bk/ /bkp/ /btz/ /kemsts/ /klz p/ /dptmnt st/ /lektrk()l gdz p/ /gringrsz/ /dulz/ /njuzednts/ /pst fs/ /u p/ /spts p/ /sten()ri p/ /supmkt/

Shops
bakery (n) bank (n) *** bookshop (n) butchers (n) chemists (n) clothes shop (n) department store (n) ** electrical goods shop (n) greengrocers (n) jewellers (n) newsagents (n) post office (n) ** shoe shop (n) sports shop (n) stationery shop (n) supermarket (n) *

Other words and phrases

adapt (v) address (n) *** almost (adv) *** application form (n) ** arrival (n) ** be worth (adj) birth (n) ** clip (=on YouTube) (n) designer clothes (n) documentary (n) domesticated (adj) employment (n) *** essential (adj) *** fashion designer (n) forever (adv) * gender (n) hit (=on the Internet) (n) * magic (n) * no way (phr) nowadays (adv) ** present (n) *** previous (adj) *** racket (n) remember (v) *** reunion (n) signature (n) *

/dpt/ /dres/ /lmst/ /plken fm/ /rav()l/ /bi w/ /b/ /klp/ /dzan(r) klz/ /dkjment()ri/ /dmestketd/ /mplmnt/ /sen()l/ /f()n dzan(r)/ /frev/ /dend/ /ht/ /mdk/ /n we/ /nadez/ /prez()nt/ /privis/ /rkt/ /rmemb/ /rijunin/ /sgnt/

skill (n) *** stamp (n) ** stuff (n) *** surname (n) too much (adv) wedding (n) **

/skl/ /stmp/ /stf/ /snem/ /tu mt/ /wed/

Unidad 1
Asignaturas escolares
dibujo artstico, (expresin) plstica biologa, (ciencias) naturales, ciencias (de la naturaleza) qumica ingls francs geografa alemn historia tecnologas de la informacin y la comunicacin (TIC), informtica matemticas msica educacin fsica (EF), gimnasia fsica castellano, lengua castellana

Actividades escolares
hacer/responder o contestar una pregunta hacer los deberes terminar o acabar (la escuela/las clases) ir al recreo o al patio, hacer un descanso comer (al medioda) sentar(se) levantar(se)

empezar o comenzar (la escuela/las clases)

Actividades diarias
(des)vestirse levantarse ir(se) a dormir/acostarse ir a la escuela en bicicleta/autobs/coche/tren ducharse, darse o tomar una ducha desayunar/comer/cenar preparar o hacer el desayuno/la comida/la cena jugar a ftbol/a tenis/a los videojuegos ir caminando a la escuela

Otras palabras y expresiones


avanzado -da todo -da y as que, de modo que, de manera que, por eso en casa malo -a, no tener facilidad para alguna cosa porque antes, antes de que pero comedor no sportar, aguantar o sufrir (algo o a alguna persona) certificado ciudad limpiar, recoger

ropa fro -a obligatorio -a diseo diferente difcil cada, todos -das educacin electrnico -ca correo electrnico enciclopedia excepto, salvo caro -ra comida genio, superdotado -da bien muy bien, excelente, perfecto -ta odiar, detestar dejar clase nivel (A level: prueba de acceso a la universidad en el sistema educativo britnico) gustar encantar hacer material

querer decir, significar prximo -ma, siguiente bien, vale, de acuerdo abierto -ta pagar prctico -ca privado -da producto listo -ta, a punto descansar mismo -ma pblico -ca sacar algo de un sitio tecnologa producto textil horario tpico -ca, de siempre, de toda la vida universidad atpico -ca, infrecuente, raro -ra, extrao -a

Unidad 2
Actividades de ocio
chatear en lnea coleccionar cosas bailar

hacer deporte dibujar salir con los amigos escuchar msica tocar un instrumento musical leer navegar por Internet hacer fotos ver pelculas

Sitios a los que ir en una ciudad


cine restaurante de cmida rpida biblioteca museo parque centro comercial centro deportivo estadio piscina teatro

Otras palabras y expresiones


activo -va anuncio publicarse, aparecer (publicado -da) Ocano Atlntico autgrafo

convertirse, pasar a ser hacer "puenting" cmara claro (que s), s, por supuesto, desde luego, sin duda escalador -dora nube coleccin coleccionista colonia (territorio conquistado) comedia cmic, tebeo concierto proteger fcil acontecimiento explorador -dora deporte de aventura director -tora de cine primera edicin flor divertido -da, gracioso -sa de altura, de alto cunto dura, cul es la duracin cunto cuesta ilustracin dar a conocer, presentar

isla tierra duracin lugar de rodaje revista partido (p.ej. de ftbol) ver(se), quedar montaa grupo de msica himno nacional nativo -va Pases Bajos oficialmente originario -ria, natural pintura precio publicacin emisora de radio salvar (a alguien) camisa firma simple, sencillo, fcil tamao equipo entrada ttulo

estar loco -ca por, ser un fantico -ca o apasionado -da de rbol debajo, por debajo, debajo de volcn sitio web boda de nada

Examen de las unidades 1 y 2


academia, escuela barrita energtica cada, todos -das sesin especial verano entrenamiento

Unidad 3
Habitaciones de la casa
(sala de) bao dormitorio comedor garaje jardn residencia universitaria

cocina sala (de estar)

Mobiliario y equipamiento (o objetos) del hogar


silln, butaca bao cama reproductor de discos compactos (o CD) silla reloj (de pared) ordenador cocina (los fogones) cajn escritorio reproductor de DVD nevera consola, videoconsola lmpara luz (horno) microondas telfono pster radiador, calefaccin estante ducha fregadero sof

mesa lavabo televisin, televisor, tele lavadora ventana

Tareas del hogar


cocinar planchar hacer la compra hacer la colada poner la mesa hacer la cama sacar la basura recoger, ordenar lavar los platos

Otras palabras y expresiones


acceso extraterrestre, aliengena baloncesto mejor bloque o edificio de pisos bungalow (casa de campo de un solo piso) taza de caf fresco -ca casa de campo pista, campo (segn el deporte)

individual, no adosado -da energa enorme piso (vivienda) piso (planta) cristal, vidrio gobierno csped residencia universitaria esperar caluroso -sa casa flotante ideal dentro (de) naturaleza planta jugador -ra contaminacin palomitas (de maz) semi adosado -da zapato pista de patinaje al aire libre monopatn dormir espacio (al telfono) al habla, habla (+ nombre de la persona que habla)

espectacular estatua verano sol sorpresa depsito, cisterna adosado -da, alineado -da, en hilera destacado -da, (de los/las) mejores toalla ventilacin pueblo, villa pared caliente (ni muy fro ni muy caliente) invierno equivocado -da

Unidad 4
Partes del cuerpo
brazo espalda pecho oreja ojo cara dedo (de la mano) pie

mano cabeza pierna boca cuello nariz hombro estmago dedo (del pie) diente

Actividades fsicas ms corrientes


escalar bucear caer(se) golpear (p.ej. la pelota) saltar chutar descansar montar o ir (a caballo/en bicicleta) crrer patinar esquiar nadar

Deportes
bisbol baloncesto

ciclismo pesca ftbol golf gimnasia patinaje sobre hielo judo netball rugby navegar por Internet ping-pong tenis voleibol

Otras palabras y expresiones


accidente consejo aerbico -ca aire a lo largo de, por (todo -da) anaerbico -ca atletismo avalancha, alud later, palpitar ritmo entre romper

respirar accidentalmente, de manera accidental tranquilamente cerrar concentrarse conclusin aflojar, disminuir, moderar (p.ej. la intensidad) cubrir crquet dimetro morir escapar (de) rpido en forma (fsica) flexible moderado -da gradualmente, cada vez ms gimnasio corazn ritmo cardaco pesado -da vacaciones con qu frecuencia intenso -sa entrevistar articulacin

a la izquierda poco a poco artes marciales medio -dia error motivar movimiento msculo deber, tener que cerca (de) necesario -ria (if necessary: si es necesario, en su caso) necesitar, tener que obligatorio -ria frente a asustarse pasado -da, ms all (de) paciente perodo permiso optimista prctica reducir, disminuir relacionado -da (con), tener que ver (con) rescate a la derecha gritar, chillar

ensear seal disminuir, moderar, aflojar fumar especfico -ca ritmo, velocidad permanecer, mantenerse, quedarse (en el mismo estado) todo recto hacer estiramientos, calentar sobrevivir alto -ta tempo, ritmo, velocidad teora transmisor viajar triatln girar uniforme vestir tiempo (clima) pesar viento sin

Examen de las unidades 3 y 4


de abajo, inferior

perder portera sal (salt water: agua salina o con sal) marcar (score a goal: marcar gol) substituto -ta debajo del o bajo el agua

Unidad 5
Comida
manzana pltano juda galleta pan hamburguesa mantequilla pastel queso pollo patatas fritas (cortadas en forma de bastoncillo o en rodajas muy finas) huevo pescado uva helado limn carne

meln frutos secos pizza arroz ensalada sal fresa azcar tomate

Bebidas
caf chocolate caliente, chocolate deshecho limonada leche batido agua mineral zumo de naranja t

Contenedores y recipientes
botella lata tetrabrik, brik taza vaso paquete trozo, pedazo (of bread: rebanada)

Otras palabras y expresiones


aditivo antioxidante al menos, como mnimo equilibrado -da cuenta (del restaurante) arndano (el) uno/(la) una y (el) otro/(la) otra, tanto el uno/la una como el otro/la otra, ambos -bas calcio cncer celebrar cambio alegre, jovial qumico -ca, artificial escoger, elegir colorido -da, de colores costar cliente delicioso -sa postre disfrutar (de) (enjoy your meal: buen provecho) pruebas muy aroma, sabor saludable, sano -na casero -ra, de elaboracin casera, hecho -cha (elaborado -da) en casa

hormona cuntos -tas cunto -ta, qu cantidad de enorme contener ingrediente laboratorio grande principal (p. ej. plato principal) (normalmente el segundo:) segundo (plato) oxgeno pelar picnic conservante evitar, impedir normal (de tamao, por oposicin a grande , pequeo -a ) secreto -ta compartir tonto -ta, minsculo -la, nimio -mia, sin importancia entrante slaba tnica slaba echar violento -ta camarero

Unidad 6

Pases y nacionalidades
Argentina argentino -na Brasil brasileo -a checo -ca (antiguamente, checoslovaco -ca ) Repblica Checa, Chequia (antiguamente, Checoslovaquia ) Egipto egipcio -cia Francia francs -sa Alemania alemn -na Irlanda irlands -desa Italia italiano -na Japn japons -nesa Polonia polaco -ca Rusia ruso -sa Eslovaquia eslovaco -ca Sudfrica

sudaficano -na Espaa espaol -la Suiza suizo -za Turqua turco -ca Estados Unidos(natural de Norteamrica o de Sudamrica), norteamericano -ana (natural de los EEUU o de Canad), estadounidense (natural de los americano -na de Amrica (EEUU) EEUU)

Palabras relacionadas con el turismo


excursin gua turstica hotel equipaje viaje organizado pasaporte hacer turismo (ver o visitar los lugares de inters) billete tren viaje

Medios de transporte
embarcacin: (grande:) barco, (menores:) barca, bote (salvavidas) autobs coche autocar helicptero

camin moto avin escter, scooter, Vespa barco taxi tren tranva metro camioneta, furgoneta

Otras palabras y expresiones


hace (+ un perodo de tiempo), (un perodo de tiempo +) atrs anual bolso base, parte bsica magnfico -ca, maravilloso -sa barato -ta relacin chulo -la, (informal:) guay, sper, guapo -pa creador -ra documento dinmico -ca bandera extranjero -ra (que viene del o que se va al extranjero) elecciones generales global, mundial

luna de miel, viaje de novios (seguir) (estando) en el mercado, (siendo) activo -va, (siendo) operativo -va (p. ej., un negocio o empresa) tierra pasado -da encuentro, reunin monumento vida nocturna actualmente, (en la) actualidad, hoy, a da de hoy, hoy en da, ahora de manera barata o a bajo precio podcast precio rico -ca, adinerado -da ruta navegar ventas cheln vista xito pueblo (grande) o villa, ciudad pequea destino, destinacin til a travs de, por medio de votar ayer el da de ayer

Examen de las unidades 5 y 6


barbacoa servicio vegetariano -na albergue de juventud

Unidad 7
Clases de lugares de trabajo
clnica fbrica taller mecnico hospital oficina, despacho al aire libre, al exterior restaurante tienda estudio (p.ej., de grabacin)

Oficios y profesiones
actor actriz artista constructor -ra conductor -ra de autobs/taxi/camin (camionero -ra) hombre/ de negocios, empresario dona de negocis, empresria

limpiador -dora (empleado -da de la limpieza) cocinero -ra dentista mdico, doctor -ra ingeniero -ra granjero -ra futbolista, jugador -a de ftbol peluquero -ra periodista mecnico -ca enfermero -ra secretario -ria dependiente -ta cantante camarero camarera

Cultura y espectculos
arte ballet compositor -ra bailarn -na director -ra pelcula literatura profesional de la msica novelista

pera pintor -tora poeta poesa cantante teatro escritor -ra

Otras palabras y expresiones


arquitectura culpar, echar la(s) culpa(s) rubia ceremonia concurso curso crucero (en barco) cortar elemento decorativo, adorno disfrazarse espectculo expresar finalista gratis, gratuitamente caballero (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (pelcula): Ellos las prefieren rubias) divorciarse rendirse, abandonar, dar (algo) por perdido -da estar triste

culpa ocurrir, suceder, pasar influir leyenda mentir (no decir la verdad) limusina cuidar medieval luna noticias peridico, diario nominar, seleccionar solo -la pintar perodo, poca fsico -ca popularidad premio productora reparar, renovar, hacer una reparacin/reparaciones, renovacn/renovaciones historia de amor, historia o novela romntica familia real estilo que tiene xito malgastar, derrochar, despilfarrar

Unidad 8
Emociones y estados anmicos
enfadado -da aburrido -da emocionado -da feliz, contento -ta interesado -da relajado -da triste sorprendido -da cansado -da preocupado -da

Adjetivos que describen la personalidad


alegre, jovial trabajador -ra inteligente amable perezoso -sa, gandul, vago -ga callado -da responsable serio -ria

Problemas sociales
delito, crimen los sin techo hambre

contaminacin pobreza desempleo, paro violencia

Otras palabras y expresiones


autoridad maleducado -da tarea domstica o del hogar ciudadana crtico (persona que escribe o hace una crtica) llorar diario falta de respeto, irreverencia esfuerzo distancia, lejos aparato electrnico, chisme coeficiente intelectual (CI) nota (calificacin) cerca (de) lo opuesto, lo contrario orquesta propio -pia paz proceso cita

Examen de las unidades 7 y 8


premio beneficencia ciudadano -na condicin huracn independencia refugiado -da vctima

Unidad 9
Animales salvatges i insectes
caimn oso -sa abeja morder mordedura guila medusa lagartija escorpin tiburn serpiente araa picar

aguijn tigre -gresa lobo -ba

La naturaleza
campo flor bosque csped colina, montculo isla lago montaa ro cielo valle cascada, catarata

El tiempo (clima)
nube nubloso -sa, nublo -bla, cubierto -a de nubes fro -a seco -ca niebla nebuloso -sa, cubierto -ta por la niebla caluroso -sa hielo helado -da, cubierto -ta de hielo

lluvia llover lluvioso -sa nieve nevar nevado -da tormenta tormentoso -sa sol soleado -da templado -da (ni muy caliente ni muy fro) hmedo -da viento ventoso -sa

Otras palabras y expresiones


solo -la acordar, concertar lobezno -na, lobato -ta (cachorro de lobo) remedio, cura, antdoto peligro demogrfico -ca distribucin este colmillo pelear libre (ocioso -sa, que dispone de tiempo libre)

oro caligrafa, escritura director -ra (de escuela o de colegio) cazar tumbarse, echarse (to lie in the sun: tomar el sol) perderse (dejar escapar) principalmente, en gran parte norte fuera paracadas animal de compaa, mascota coger, recoger poblacin poderoso -sa orgullosoprovincia (segn el estado de que se trate). Nota: en algunos estados (com Canad o el Reino Unido), cada uno de los grandes territorios regin o -sa, contento -a, satisfecho -a (tambin llamados regiones, comunidades autnomas, naciones o pases) que lo conforman (el Pas de Gales, el Pas de Escocia, etc.); en otros estados (como el espaol), cada uno de los territorios que integran una regin o comunidad autnoma (p. ej., las provincias de Castelln, Valencia y Alicante extenderse para alcanzar, llegar a (a la parte inferior o ms baja) dormido -da oler sur espacio (ms all) metro cuadrado claro (que s), s, por supuesto, desde luego, sin duda supervivencia sobrevivir

tener lugar, suceder, transcurrir temperatura (clima) oeste

Unidad 10
Ropa o prendas de vestir
blusa botas abrigo vestido chaqueta (pantalones) vaqueros o tejanos jersey camisa zapatos pantalones cortos falda calcetines traje corbata medias top (prenda de vestir ajustada al cuerpo que cubre el pecho) zapatillas (de deporte), bambas pantalones camiseta de manga corta

Accesorios

cinturn gorra gafas sombrero joyas bufanda gafas de sol reloj (de pulsera)

Tiendas y establecimientos comerciales


panadera o pastelera banco librera carnicera, charcutera farmacia tienda de ropa grandes almacenes tienda de electrodomsticos (y en general de aparatos elctricos) verdulera joyera quiosco oficina de correos zapatera tienda de deportes papelera supermercado

Otras palabras y expresiones

adaptar(se) direccin casi, prcticamente (formulario de) solicitud llegada valer la pena, salir a cuenta nacimiento vdeo (p.ej., en YouTube) ropa de diseo documental domesticado -da empleo, trabajo, ocupacin esencial diseador -dora de moda para siempre sexo (gnero masculino o femenino) reproduccin, visita (en/por Internet) magia ni hablar, de ninguna manera actualmente, (en la) actualidad, hoy, a da de hoy, hoy en da, ahora regalo anterior raqueta recordar reunin, encuentro firma

aptitud sello cosas (en general, sin concretar cules) apellido demasiado boda

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Students start their first class at half past eight. I have a shower and get dressed. I get up at half past seven on school days. I go to bed when I am ill. I have breakfast and then I go to school by car with my dad. I have a shower in the morning. The students have lunch in the school cafeteria. My father makes dinner every evening. After school I play football. I walk to school at eight oclock. I study German at Advanced level. We aren't in the same classroom all day. Listen and repeat. I love sport and so I really like PE classes. They have a cold lunch, made at home by their parents. I don't like PE because I'm very bad at sport. I dont play computer games because I dont like them much. Because I get home before my parents do, I start making dinner. Theyre OK, but they arent my favourite subjects. The students have lunch in the school cafeteria. I cant stand it. We get a certificate at the end of the course. They dont live in a city. Japanese students clean their classroom.

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I like using the computer and chatting online. I don't collect things. I hardly ever dance.

It is important to stretch before and after you do sport. I like to draw and to paint. I go out with my friends. I listen to music when I do my homework. I want to play a musical instrument one day. I read at night. I surf the Internet at the weekend. She takes some great photos. You can watch films there. I go to the cinema if there's something good on. She worked as a cook at a fast-food restaurant. He often does his homework in the school library. Go to the museum to see the new exhibition. He always goes to the park to run on Saturday morning. We're going to the new shopping centre at the weekend. She plays tennis at the indoor sports centre. The football team played in the big stadium. There isn't a swimming pool. I like the cinema but I don't like the theatre. New Zealand has an active volcano. Read the two announcements. These books aren't expensive if you buy them when they first appear. New Zealand isn't in the Atlantic Ocean. Have you got any autographs of famous people?

In 1840, New Zealand became a British colony, but today it is independent. New Zealand is the home of bungee jumping. Digital cameras are easy to use. Certainly. How can I help you? Edmund Hilary was a famous climber. It was sunny today, but with some white clouds. Have you got a favourite book in your collection? Collectors like buying books which are unusual. New Zealand was a British colony. Which films do you watch, adventure or comedy? Katie bought some Asterix comics. You can see a play or listen to concerts there. One of New Zealand's national anthems is God Defend New Zealand. It's not easy to find a copy of the first edition of Twilight. You can watch sports events on TV. Captain Cook was a British explorer. Bungee jumping is an extreme sport from New Zealand. The film director Peter Jackson is from New Zealand. If the list contains the number 1, it's a first edition. You see lots of flowers in parks in April. The Flight of the Conchords perform funny songs. New Zealand has three mountains which are 3,000 metres high or more. How long is the film? How much are the tickets? Books for young children often have illustrations. Bring your favourite CDs and introduce us to your favourite groups or singers.

New Zealand has three big islands. Aotearoa means 'Land of the Long White Cloud' in Maori. The length of most films is about two hours. What's the location of the new Harry Potter film? When I don't want to read my book I choose a magazine. From 2.30 to 3.30 they have a football match. We usually meet on Fridays at 6 pm. Climbing mountains is another popular hobby. The Flight of the Conchords is a comedy music group from New Zealand. The band will play the national anthem when the queen arrives. A Maori native name for New Zealand is Aotearoa. Abel Tasman, from the Netherlands, was the first European to see New Zealand. Officially, the two islands of New Zealand do not have names. The original people of New Zealand are called Maoris. I like drawing and painting. Find out the price of tickets for adults and children. Collectors want to see the date of the book's publication. Be a DJ on your own radio station. God Save the Queen is the national anthem of the UK and of New Zealand. New Zealand Rugby players wear black shirts. This book has got the author's signature. You can win this game. It's simple! New Zealand is the same size as Italy or the United Kingdom. Giants is the name of a basketball team. How much is the ticket to get in? What's the title of your favourite book?

Are you mad about music? There are lots of trees in our park. Adults are 7, and children under 15 are 3. New Zealand has a volcano. Visit our website and click on the film you want to see. Kiri Te Kanawa sang at the royal wedding . You're welcome. Thank you for calling.

The school is a special football academy. Students have water, fruit and an energy bar. Every summer, 15-year-old Luke Jones goes to school. Luke's mum and dad watch him in the training sessions. It's inside a special sports centre. Every summer, children study sports in special academies. Teachers don't want parents to watch the training session.

My flat has got a kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a living room. I've got a CD player in my bedroom. Our dining room has a long table and eight chairs. We keep our bicycles in our garage. Our house hasn't got a garden. I live in a hall of residence during the school term.

There are ten or eleven kitchens where we can cook. The TV is in the living room. When I listen to the CD player I sit in my favourite armchair. She can't answer the phone because she's in the bath. Theres a bed and a desk in my bedroom. We listen to the car CD player on long journeys. Please sit down on that chair. What time does it say on the clock? I've got a new computer to do my homework on. Our cooker uses electricity for energy. The plates are in that cupboard. I've got a picture of my dog on my desk. There's an enormous TV connected to a DVD player. Go and get a cold drink from the fridge. He wants to buy a games console for his TV. Use a desk lamp when you do your homework. Please turn on the light. I can't see. There's also a microwave to make popcorn. Could you give me your mobile phone number? I've got posters of my favourite football players. This room is nice and warm. There are two radiators. The books are on the shelf. There's a shower over the bath. Wash the dishes in the sink. I like sitting on the sofa when I'm on the phone.

The mobile phones are on the table. Eco-homes use grey water in the toilet. I watch TV when I finish my homework. Put your dirty clothes in the washing machine. Eco-homes usually have lots of windows. How often do you cook for your family? My dad does the ironing at the weekend. They do the shopping on Saturday. He does the washing after he plays football. Please can you lay the table before dinner? I don't usually make the bed before breakfast. He always takes the rubbish out. Can you help tidy up after the party? We have to wash the dishes after dinner. They've got Internet access. There's a statue of an alien in the cinema. He plays basketball at school. Jenny is my best friend. This city is full of blocks of flats. My grandparents live in a bungalow because they can't climb stairs. Do you want some more? Give me your coffee cup. An eco-home is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. My husband and I live in a beautiful old cottage. There are two indoor tennis courts at the sports centre.

It's the detached house next to the park. The sun gives the eco-house energy. My ideal bedroom has got enormous windows and a spectacular view. My flat has got a kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a living room. Flats are a set of rooms on one floor of a big building. A greenhouse has lots of glass. The government wants all houses to be eco-homes. The children can play sports on the grass outside. Im a student at the university. I live in a hall of residence. Hang on a minute. I'll get him. It is hot in summer. I live on a river, in a houseboat. My ideal bedroom has got bright pink walls and an armchair. The sun makes things inside the house warm. Eco-homes often have plants or grass on them so that they are part of nature. Some new eco-homes have plants on them that produce food. On the walls of my ideal bedroom I've got posters of my favourite football players. Many cities have problems with pollution. There's also a microwave to make popcorn. There are some semi-detached houses and blocks of flats. I've got three or four hundred shoes. There's a big skate park near our house. He's the king of skateboarding at our school. Good night. Sleep well. In this type of exercise, there is text with spaces. Robert: Hi. Is that Samantha? / Samantha: Yes, speaking.

They have a spectacular house in Dallas. There's a big statue of an alien. In the summer, eco-homes are hot. The sun is shining through the windows. It's no surprise that there is a skate park next to his house. There is a big tank to store water in the garden. Terraced houses are all in a line. Her husband is a top football player. Dry your hands on a towel. Eco-homes aren't hot because they use natural ventilation. The village where we live is very small there aren't many people. I have a big mirror on my bedroom wall. The sun makes things inside the house warm. Football is played in the winter in the UK. Sorry. You've got the wrong number.

Put your arms up to show people where you are. You can carry a bag on your back. Your heart is an organ in your chest that pumps blood. Wear a hat to keep your ears warm. Close your eyes and rest. Your eyes, nose and mouth are part of your face. Your hand has five fingers. Put one foot in front of the other.

You can't hit the ball with your hand in football. In football, you can hit the ball with your head. It's important to have strong legs if you want to do a marathon. Close your mouth and breathe in through your nose. You must wear a helmet to protect your head and neck. It's very cold outside. My nose is red! American footballers wear shoulder pads. When you eat the food goes to your stomach. We have five fingers and five toes. Adults usually have 32 teeth. You can start an avalanche when you climb a mountain. You should dive into deep water. Avalanches can happen when snow suddenly falls down a mountain. In tennis, you hit the ball with a racket. Jump from side to side to warm up before you ski. You mustn't kick the ball in tennis. You must rest after physical exercise. He rides his bike to school. Run very slowly to cool down. I like the winter when I can skate on the ice. We can ski when we go to the mountains. Move your arms and legs and swim across the pool. You play baseball with a bat. It is lucky to be tall when you're on a basketball team.

Cycling is an example of aerobic exercise. Fishing is a very popular sport in the UK. Some students join after school clubs and play football. There are some beautiful golf courses in Britain. One of the common sports in UK secondary schools is gymnastics. Ice skating is a popular sport in Canada. It's important to warm up before you do judo. Students play netball in UK secondary schools. Rugby is a popular sport for girls and boys in primary school. You have to know how to swim to go sailing. Table tennis is very popular in Chinese schools. All the students play tennis in the summer. The ball must go over the net in volleyball. The road is icy be careful you don't have an accident. Our advice is to take transmitters when you go to the mountains. Aerobic exercise means exercise with oxygen. Open the window to get some air. Walk along Smith Road and then turn right at Cambridge Road. Anaerobic exercise means exercise without oxygen. She loves running so she joined the Athletics club. Some people start avalanches when they are skiing. The heart beats all the time. You can dance to the beat. The stadium is between the swimming pool and the church. You mustn't break school furniture.

If the snow covers you, make a space so that you can breathe. People start avalanches by accident. If you are in an avalanche and are waiting for help, you need to stay calm. When the avalanche comes, close your mouth. Music can help you to concentrate. Don't forget to write a conclusion at the end. Warm up and cool down after physical exercise. If the snow covers you, make a space so that you can breathe. Cricket is a common sport in the summer in the UK. The ball has a diameter of 1.25 metres. 150 people die in avalanches every year. In an avalanche, jump to one side to escape the snow. He does exams very fast. I don't think I am very fit. Warm up to make your muscles and joints flexible. Slow, gentle running can help you warm up. The weather is gradually getting warmer. I just finished a Kin-ball match with my friends in the gym. Your heart helps to pump blood through your body. Your maximum heart rate is the top speed of your heart when you are doing exercise. This is a heavy bag can you help me? Many people like to go on holiday in the winter. How often do you come to the swimming pool? Music helps us to do intense physical activity. Interview another student with your questions. Exercise helps keep your joints flexible.

When you go out of the bus station, turn left. At the end of your run, slow down little by little, then walk. You can do classes in martial arts, like karate. Cycle for 20 minutes at medium speed. Be very careful with grammatical mistakes in questions. Music can motivate us. Your heart makes sounds and movements. Warm up your muscles before exercise. You must listen to the referee. Is there a gym near here? Use your dictionary if necessary. You need to bring your skis for a holiday in the mountains. We use 'have to' to talk about things which are obligatory or necessary. It's opposite the cinema. In an avalanche, don't shout and don't panic. Go past the cinema. She's a very patient person. The body has enough oxygen to walk for a long period. We use 'mustnt' to talk about things we cant do because we dont have permission. The words of some songs are very positive. PE classes in Britain are usually a mixture of practice and theory. Listening to music can reduce the oxygen we need. Make all your questions relevant to the questionnaire. If you're in trouble, keep calm and wait for rescue. Turn right at the end of the road. If you are under the snow, don't shout.

Put your arms above the snow to show people where you are. Make a signal when you get to the top of the mountain. After exercising it is important to slow down your breathing. We mustn't smoke at school. You have to communicate specific information. Your maximum heart rate is the top speed of your heart when you are doing exercise. Try to stay upright when you ski down the slope. Go straight on at the crossroads. It's important to stretch before and after you do exercise. There are things you can do to survive an avalanche. A football player doesn't have to be tall. The tempo of that music is very fast. PE classes in Britain are usually a mixture of practice and theory. Take transmitters when you go to the mountains. Football players often have to travel abroad to play. In a triathlon you run, swim and cycle. When you go out of the bus station, turn left. At our school we have to wear a uniform. In Kin-ball players have to wear black. Always check the weather before you go to the mountains. The ball doesn't weigh very much about a kilo. You can't sail without wind. Some people can swim 15 metres without air.

Underwater rugby goals are on the bottom of the pool.

You do not usually lose marks for incorrect answers. There are two goals, one at each end of the swimming pool. The ball has got salt water inside it. To score a goal, you must put the ball in the basket. Five players are substitutes; they play when the other players are tired. In this sport you play underwater, so you need to swim well.

I've got a cold lunch today, sandwiches and an apple. Bananas give you energy. Beans are good for you because they contain fibre. There are a lot of biscuits in the packet. Have some bread with your soup. We're sitting in a caf, having a burger. I love bread and butter before a meal. You shouldn't eat a lot of cake. There's some cheese for dessert. Chicken burgers are 45% water. Americans call chips 'fries'. I like eggs for breakfast. Could I have fish and chips please? Grapes contain vitamin C. He likes chocolate ice cream. Have you got any lemons to make lemonade? How much meat do you eat?

You can have melon as a starter. Nuts contain lots of protein. Pizzas are originally from Italy. I like to have curry with rice. There isn't much salad in the fridge. Salt and sugar look very similar. There aren't usually any strawberries in a strawberry milkshake. You shouldn't eat a lot of sugar because it is bad for your teeth. I haven't got a lot of tomatoes but I have some ketchup. How many cups of coffee do you drink a day? She's drinking a cup of hot chocolate. I'll have a lemonade with ice, please. Milk is one of the superfoods. We have many different flavours of milkshake. She only drinks mineral water, not tap water. Would you like orange juice or apple juice? People drink a lot of tea in the UK. We recycle our cans and bottles. I drink six cans of cola a week. Have you got any cartons of juice in the fridge? Would you like a cup of coffee? The children can have a glass of milk. She has a packet of crisps when she comes home. I eat three slices of pizza a day.

Additives are extra chemical ingredients in some foods. Antioxidants help fight heart problems and cancer. There are at least seven or eight additives in a chicken. Scientists say that the important thing is to have a balanced diet. Can we have the bill? Blueberries are originally from North America. Both milk and blueberries are superfoods. Milk contains calcium. Eat foods which contain antioxidants to help fight cancer. I'm inviting some friends out to celebrate passing the test. That's 10. Here's your change. He's a very cheerful, happy person. The people who make burgers can also add chemical flavours. Look at the sentences and choose the correct alternative. Colourful fruit like blueberries are a good example of a superfood. A can of drink costs more than a bottle. It's very busy in that shop today. Look at all the customers! This chicken burger is delicious. Would you like a dessert with your coffee? Enjoy your meal! Evidence shows that antioxidants are good for your health. Superfoods are extremely healthy. Scientists create special flavours in laboratories. Do you eat a healthy balanced diet? Which do you prefer home-made food or food from a restaurant?

Some chickens also contain hormones. How many teenagers are chewing gum? How much cola do you drink a week? Can you help carry this huge bag of shopping? A lot of food includes chemicals. Some people think foods have special ingredients that protect us. Scientists create new foods in laboratories. Can I have one large lemonade and one small, please? What are you having for your main course? Antioxidants help protect food from oxygen. I peeled an orange and ate it. I'm inviting everyone to a picnic in the park. Preservatives stop food going bad. Chemical additives protect food from going bad. Can I have a regular coffee, please? It's a secret recipe from my grandmother so I can't tell you. She shared her chocolate bar with her friends. You got a very good mark. That answer was just a silly mistake. I'll have soup for a starter. The stress is on the first syllable. Hard' is a one-syllable adjective. Please throw your rubbish in the bin. Young children shouldn't watch very violent films. Ask the waiter for more water.

Will Argentina win the next football World Cup? Diego Maradona is a famous Argentinian football player. I think she went to Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil. I bought a Brazilian football shirt for a friend of mine who loves football. Czech is a very difficult language to learn. I had a great time in the Czech Republic when I went to Prague. I'd like to visit Egypt and travel down the Nile. The Egyptian pyramids are thousands of years old. The Eiffel Tower is in France. Two of the top ten attractions are French. Hamburg is a big town in Germany. Is he German? My parents and I went to Ireland on holiday. I love Irish music and dancing. Thomas Cook organised trips to Italy in the 1860s. One of the top attractions are Italian restaurants in 'Little Italy'. Thomas Cook's 'round the world tour' in 1872 was via the USA, Japan, China and India. Learning Japanese is much harder than learning English. There is a lot of snow in Poland in the winter. My favourite Polish composer is Chopin. I went to Russia and I saw Red Square in Moscow in 2005. I love Russian piano music, especially Rachmaninov. Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia. Michal Kovac was elected as Slovakian president in 1993. There were many package holidays to South Africa for the World Cup.

Nelson Mandela was the first black South African president. My family and I went to the south of Spain. I love Spanish food. We enjoyed skiing in Switzerland. Thomas Cook's Swiss trips were very popular. There are many package holidays to Turkey. Istanbul is an important Turkish city. People could sail to the USA in 1872. Shakespeare wasn't American. 1855 was the year of Thomas Cook's first foreign excursion. Lonely Planet is a company which produces modern, dynamic guide books. We stayed in a really nice hotel. Customers could buy luggage from Thomas Cook. The first person to have the idea of package holidays was probably Thomas Cook. You can't travel to other countries without a passport. We did some sightseeing in the city before dinner. Today you can buy travel tickets online. Brighton is only an hour from London by train. Katie saw an adventure film on her trip. We took a boat to Calais. Last year I came to school by bus. It's very quick to get to my grandparents' house by car. Where do you go when you travel by coach? The man went to hospital by helicopter.

Lots of lorry drivers cross the English Channel every day. He bought a motorbike when he left school. She's going by plane. It's a long way by car. A scooter is a small motorcycle. My grandparents travelled by ship to Australia. We took a taxi to go to the airport yesterday. The high speed trains in Japan are very fast. People travel by tram in Amsterdam. The Underground is a good way to travel in London. We hired a van to help my aunt and uncle move house. My father stopped smoking two years ago. Lonely Planet books had annual sales of more than six million in 2008. My mum bought a new bag to go with her new shoes. Answers to questions about their trip were the basis for the guidebook. It was brilliant the best holiday we've ever had. The ticket wasn't cheap. What do you think is the connection between the two photos? I bought some cool t-shirts. Maureen and Tony Wheeler were the two creators of Lonely Planet. Have you got the travel documents for your holiday? Lonely Planet is a company which produces modern, dynamic guide books. What are the colours on your country's flag? Thomas Cook's first foreign excursion was in 1855. We couldn't vote in the last general election because we were too young. Lonely Planet is a global company.

Their idea of a perfect honeymoon was to travel across Europe and Asia. Thomas Cook is still in business today. There are different types of transport for land, water, and air. Where were you last week? Their first meeting was in Regent's Park in London in 1970. The Statue of Liberty is a famous monument in New York. Brighton is famous for its cultural activities and for its nightlife. Nowadays, the Thomas Cook company doesn't belong to Cook's family. Lonely Planet was the first guide book for people travelling 'on the cheap'. Listen to the podcast about Brighton. The ticket and food were included in the price. Because of Cook, travel and tourism weren't only for the rich. The route was via the USA, Japan, China and India. He sailed around the world. The products are excellent. Sales will increase this year. The price of Thomas Cook's first excursion was one shilling. Don't forget to see the sights of Paris, like the Eiffel Tower. Maureen and Tony's nine-month trip was a success. Brighton is a town on the south coast of England. What's a popular travel destination in your country? A guidebook is very useful when you visit a new place. I came back from school via the newsagent's to buy the paper. You can vote from the age of eighteen in the UK. Yesterday afternoon, I had a lot of homework. The day before yesterday, I did a history project at school.

My parents are having a barbecue in our garden. The service in the restaurant was very slow. We have got food for vegetarians. We can stay at youth hostels.

A dentist usually works in a clinic. He had a job taking fridges from the factory to people's homes. A mechanic works in a garage. There are many nurses and doctors in a hospital. He works in the office three days a week. Farmers and vets often work outdoors. He ate in a Mexican restaurant. She was a shop assistant. She went into the studio and made her first record. My favourite actor is Matt Damon. Aaliyah was a famous American singer and actress. My favourite artist is Raoul Dufy. He worked for his dad as a builder. Her father was a bus driver. Brad is not only an actor but also a businessman. She became a successful businesswoman.

At one time, he was a cleaner. Jennifer had to work as a cook at a fast-food restaurant. A dentist usually works in a clinic. I wanted to be a doctor but I couldnt get a place in university. I want to build things and work as an engineer. Farmers need to be strong. I think she married a famous footballer. A hairdresser cuts people's hair. Brad Pitt studied to be a journalist before he became famous. His father was a car mechanic. A nurse usually works in a hospital. Im often in my office, where my secretary helps me with a lot of different things. I have to work long hours as a shop assistant. Who are your favourite singers and groups? I'm a waiter in a hamburger restaurant. Jennifer Aniston was a waitress before she was famous. The Classical Period' comes from an interest in the art of classical Greece. Swan Lake' and 'Sleeping Beauty' are famous ballets. Beethoven and Mozart were great composers. The dancers in the ballet were wonderful. Steven Spielberg is a famous film director. He died before the film came out. Poems and novels are different types of literature. A quartet is a piece of music for four musicians. Did you see the famous novelist sign his books yesterday?

Rigoletto and La Traviata are operas by Verdi. Van Gogh and Da Vinci were two famous painters. John Keats was an English poet. Do you write poetry at school? Aaliyah was a famous American singer. Shakespeare wrote plays for the theatre. J. R. R. Tolkien was the writer of the famous trilogy, 'Lord of the Rings.' Baroque' is a style of architecture. Blame it on me. She made the famous film 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'. At the Oscar ceremony, she talked about her first job. Did you win a competition last year? He didn't finish his course. She became a singer on cruise ship. A hairdresser cuts people's hair. Baroque style had lots of decoration. He had an unusual job, dressing up as a chicken. They created a new form of musical entertainment mixing different arts. Composers wanted to express personal emotions and feelings. She was a finalist in a competition but didn't win. The fast-food restaurant said she could eat for free for the rest of her life. Marilyn Monroe was the star of 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'. When he was 11, his parents got divorced. Don't give up. You can take the exam again. She is grieving because her pet died.

I think he broke that window. You can see his guilt. Something very sad happened to them when they were famous. She continues to influence soul and hip-hop music today. He is thought of by some people as a Hollywood legend. Don't tell lies. Brad Pitt was a limousine driver at one time. A dentist's job is to look after your teeth. Medieval romance was popular in 1810. Neil Armstrong didn't walk on the moon in 1970. A journalist reports the news for a newspaper or TV show. Some people don't believe what the newspapers say. They nominated Heath Ledger for an Oscar. Go with a friend, not on your own. Claude Monet painted his garden. The Romantic Period was from 18101900. Shop assistants do lots of physical work. The name comes from the popularity of old, medieval romance. Marie Curie won two Nobel prizes. Brad Pitt has his own production company. A builder repairs or builds houses. The book is a historical romance set in Africa. Most composers worked for royal families. She has a friendly style of teaching. The Wright Brothers built the world's first successful plane. Don't waste time. We will be late.

My parents were really angry when I didn't do my chores. Ben is very bored. He wants to go out. I get excited when I go on holiday. I feel happy when my football team wins. I am very interested in hearing other readers' opinions. She looks relaxed. I am sometimes sad when my friends don't phone me. I was surprised when Spain won the World Cup. I feel tired when I swim. They're worried about their appearance. I think I am a cheerful person because I am usually happy. Lots of young people are hard-working. Results of IQ tests show that teenagers in the past were more intelligent than now. We respect leaders who are kind, hard-working and intelligent. Teenagers are lazy and play computer games after school. Please be quiet during the test. When I was a teenager, I was more responsible than today's teenagers. A serious person thinks carefully about things and does not laugh much. A new report says that the number of knife crimes is starting to go down. Homelessness is increasing there are lots of people on the streets. The latest statistics show that hunger continues to cause problems in Africa.

Pollution is creating serious problems in our lakes and rivers. The number of people living in poverty at the moment is the highest for many years. The economic recession continues to cause unemployment. The main idea was that countries stopped all violence for that day. Too many people have no respect for authority. Some people think teenagers are bad-mannered. My parents were really angry when I didn't do my chores. One area of study in citizenship is peace. The critics said that 'Dangerous Minds' is better than 'High School Musical' Babies cry if they are hungry. The students' dreams came true when the diary became a real book. Don't speak to me like that. It shows disrespect. A lot of teenagers put a lot of effort into their studies. How far is Istanbul from London? I think teenagers today have more gadgets than in the past. The IQ of British 14-year-olds is going down. It's more difficult to get a job so your marks need to be higher. She lives near her school so she can walk every day. I also met teenagers who are the opposite of responsible and hard-working. The TV programme was about an orchestra from Venezuela. Teachers want to help students to follow their own dreams. The first International Peace Day was in 1999. Gilley made a film about the process of starting International Peace Day. I once read this quotation: 'Children nowadays just love the easy life'

She received an award for her charity work. She does a lot of work for charity. Jolie was the first person to win the Citizen of the World Award. She works and lives in the same conditions as the people who work for UNHCR. She gave money to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. He won independence for India from the British. UNHCR is an organisation that helps refugees. Some refugees are victims of very bad weather.

Bear Grylls fights an alligator in Louisiana and wins. You can see polar bears at the Wildlife Centre. His biggest problem comes from a simple bee in Mexico. The cub suddenly bit the man's hand. Some insect bites can be dangerous. Eagles are large birds of prey. Don't swim here! There are lots of jellyfish. Lizards warm themselves in the sun. Scorpions have a long curved tail. Sharks have an amazing sense of smell. Some people keep snakes as pets. Katie's going to buy a pet spider. It's very dangerous if a bee stings you on your mouth.

Scorpions have a poisonous sting in their tails. Tigers will disappear one day. The young wolf, White Fang, is a famous character in a book. A field is a good place to find different plants and insects. Send her some flowers for her birthday. The Yukon is a wild area with lots of mountains, forests and rivers. Some animals can hide easily in the long grass. Are there any mountains or hills near your home? Rose and Tyler live on an island. Canada has more lakes than any other country in the world. The Yukon is a wild area with lots of mountains, forests and rivers. The cub ran down to the river to drink early one morning. There were white clouds above the mountains in the sky. They live in a valley in the French Alps. Later he jumps down a waterfall. Look at those clouds. I think it's going to rain. It's cloudy here. You won't need a hat today. They're cold because they were outside in the snow. Egypt is a hot, dry country. Drive with your headlights on when there is fog. They couldn't see anything because it was really foggy. 40 degrees centigrade is really hot. The dogs helped to pull them over the ice. Walk slowly today it's very icy.

Well always have something interesting for you to do, in the sun, rain or wind! It rains a lot in Britain in the winter. The rainy season is from March to September. Last night there was a terrible snow storm. It snows every winter in Canada. I can see lots of snowy fields from my window. Last night there was a terrible storm. It was stormy last night. I couldn't sleep. We had seven days of sun on holiday. Will it be sunny tomorrow? We want to go swimming. Summer temperatures are generally warm. In Wales it's usually wet in August. Cadiz is famous for its strong winds. In many parts of Canada, it can be very cold and windy in the winter. Luke lived alone on a desert island. He should ring me to arrange a time for the interview. The cub knew nothing about men. Will scientists find a cure for cancer? Many wild animals are in danger. A demographic map shows where people live. What explains the distribution of population? To the north-east of Canada is Greenland. Some dogs and tigers have long pointed teeth called fangs. The cub likes to fight. Are you free tomorrow?

He went to look for gold in the Yukon. How important is good handwriting in an exam? The teacher can't help. Go and see the headmaster. Wolves hunt for meat. He loved to lie in the sun. Read it or miss all the excitement. The story of 'White Fang' takes place mostly in the Yukon. In the north, it can be very cold. Do you go out on Saturday nights? He jumped from a plane and his parachute didn't work. The children want a pet. She didn't want to pick the spider up. Canada has got a population of 33,487,208. Men were more powerful than any other living thing. He was very proud of himself. In the province of Quebec, French is the official language. Slowly the man reached down to pick him up. The wolf cub was still sleepy and did not notice anything. The wolf cub smelled the men. The USA is to the south of Canada. Many people will travel in space in the future. Canada has one of the lowest numbers of people per square kilometre. Yes, sure. I can do that for you. These animals have to store food for survival in the winter months. There is a TV series about how to survive in extreme conditions.

The story of White Fang takes place mostly in the Yukon. Summer temperatures in Canada are generally warm. Canada goes from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west.

I bought this blouse to match my skirt. I prefer to wear black boots in winter. My sister bought a designer coat last week. A new dress can make you feel really good. The most expensive thing I've ever bought is my leather jacket. They have to be Calvin Klein jeans. In the winter, we can wear a grey jumper. I've just spent a hundred pounds on one shirt. Every day I have to wear black shoes. For P.E. we usually wear white shorts. I've never seen Emma in a skirt she usually wears trousers. Our school socks are red. He wears a suit in the office. My brother wears a school tie. I bought a pair of green tights to go with my skirt. She needs a top to wear with her new jeans. I love wearing these trainers because they're so comfortable. We have to wear grey trousers to school. We have a white T-shirt with the name of the school on it.

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