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Second Edition

Steven J. Molinsky • Bill Bliss


lllustrated by
Richard E. Hill

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PEARSON
Longman
Not for Sale in the U.S.
i Personal lnformation and Family 7 Food
Personal lnformation Fruits 48
Family Members 1 Vegeta bles 49
Family Members 11 Meat, Poultry, and Seafood 50
Dairy Products, Juices, and Beverages 51
Deli, Frozen Foods, and SnackFoods 52
Groceries 53
Household Supplies, Baby Products,
Classroom Actions 6 and Pet Food 54
Prepositions 8 The Supermarket 55
Everyday Activities 9 Containers and Quantities 56
Everyday Activities 11 10 Units of Measure 57
Leisure Activities 11 Food Preparation and Recipes 58
Everyday Conversation 12 Kitchen Utensils and Cookware 59
The Weather 14 Fast Food 60
The Coffee Shop and Sandwiches 61
The Restaurant 62
3 Numbers/Time I MoneyI Calendar A Restaurant Menu 64
Numbers 15
Time 16
Money 17
The Calendar 18 Colors 65
Time Expressions and Seasons 19 Clothing 66
Outerwear 67
Sleepwear and Underwear 68
Exercise Clothing and Footwear 69
Types of Housing and Communities 20 Jewelry and Accessories 70
The Living Room 21 Describing Clothing 71
The Dining Room 22 Clothing Problems and Alterations 72
The Bedroom 23 Laundry 73
The Kitchen 24
The Baby's Room 25
9 Shopping
The Bathroom 26
Outside the Home 27 The Department Store 74
The Apartment Building 28 Shopping 75
Household Problems and Repairs 30 Video and Audio Equipment 76
Cleaning Your Home 32 Telephones and Cameras 77
Home Supplies 33 Computers 78
Tools and Hardware 34 The Toy Store 79
Gardening Tools and Actions 35
10 Community Services
The Bank 80
Places Around Town 36 Finances 81
Places Around Town 11 38 The Post Office 82
The City 40 The Library 83
Community lnstitutions 84
Crime and Emergencies 85

People and Physical Descriptions 42


Describing People and Things 44
Describing Physical States and Emotions 46
The Body 86 Hobbies, Crafts, and Games 134
Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries 88 Places to Go 136
First Aid 90 The Park and the Playground 137
Medical Emergencies and lllnesses 91 The Beach 138
The Medica( Exam 92 Outdoor Recreation 139
Medical and Dental Procedures 93 Individual Sports and Recreation 140
Medical Advice 94 Team Sports 142
Medicine 95 Team Sports Equipment 143
Medical Specialists 96 Winter Sports and Recreation 144
The Hospital 97 Water Sports and Recreation 145
Personal Hygiene 98 Sport and Exercise Actions 146
Baby Care 100 Entertainment 147
Types of Entertainment 148
Musical lnstruments 150
12 School, Subjects, and Activities
Types of Schools 101
The School 102 16 Nature
School Subjects 103 The Farm and Farm Animals 151
Extracurricular Activities 104 Animals and Pets 152
Mathematics 105 Birds and lnsects 154
Measurements and Geometric Shapes 106 Fish, Sea Animals, and Reptiles 155
English Language Arts and Composition 107 Trees, Plants, and Flowers 156
Literature and Writing 108 Energy, Conservation, and the Environment 158
Geography 109 Natural Disasters 159
Science 110
The Universe 111
17 lnternational Travel and Tourism
Types of Travel 160
Arriving at a Destination 161
Occupations 1 112 Hotel Communication 162
Occupations 11 114 Tourist Activities 163
Job Skills and Activities 116 Tourist Communication 164
Job Search 118
The Workplace 119
Appendix
Office Supplies and Equipment 120
The Factory 121 Maps:
The Construction Site 122 The World 166
Job Safety 123 North America, Central America, and
the Caribbean 168
South America 169
Europe 170
Public Transportation Africa and the Middle East 171
Types of Vehicles 125 Asia and Australia 172
Car Parts and Maintenance 126 Countries, Nationalities, and Languages 173
Highways and Streets 128 Verb Lists 174
Prepositions of Motion 129 Glossary 176
Traffic Signs and Directions 130 Numbers, Days of the Week,
The Airport 131 Months of the Year 194
Airplane Travel 132 Thematic lndex 195
Tne Hotel 133
Unit / Theme 1 Communication Skills Writing & Discussion

• Asking for & giving personal information • Telling about yourself


• ldentifying information on a form • Telling obout family members
Personal
lnformalion and • Spelling name aloud • Drawing a family lree
Family • ldentifying family members
• lntroducing others

• ldentifying classroom objecls & locations • Describing a classroom


• ldentifying classroom actians • Making a list of daily activities
Common • Giving & following simple classraom commands • Describing daily rauline
Everyday
A<tivities and • ldentifying everyday & leisure activities • Making a list of planned octivilies
Language • lnquiring by phane about a person's octivities • Describing fovorile leisure activilies
• Asking about a person's plan for future activities • Describing the weother
•Social communication: Greeting people, Leave taking, lntroducing yourself
& others, Getting someone's attention, Expressing gratitude, Saying you
don't undersland, Calling someone on the telephone
• Describing the weather
• lnterpreting temperatures on a thermometer (Fohrenheit & Centigrade)
• Describing the weather farecast for tomorrow

• Using cardinal & ordinal numbers • Describing numbers of students in a closs


• Giving information obout age, number of family members, residence • ldentifying o country's populotion
Numbers/ • Describing daily schedule with times
Time/ • Telling time
Money/ • lndicating time of events • Telling about lime monogement
(alendor • Asking for information about arrival & departure limes • Telling aboul the use of lime in different
• ldentifying coins & currency - names & volues cultures or countries
• Making & asking for change • Describing the casi of purchoses
• ldentifying days of the week • Describing coins & currency of other
• ldentifying manths of the yeor counlries
• Asking about the year, month, doy, date • Describing weekdoy & weekend oclivities
• Asking about the date of a birthday, anniversary, appointment • Telling about fovorite doy of the week &
month of the year
• Giving date of birth

• ldentifying types of housing & communities • Describing types of housing where people
• Requesting a taxi live
Home • Calling 911 for an ambulance • Describing rooms & furniture in o residence
• ldentifying rooms of a home • Telling obout baby products & eorly child-
• ldentifying furniture rearing praclices in different countries
• Complimenting • Telling obout personal experiences with
repairing things
• Asking for information in a store
• Describing an apartment building
• locating items in a store
• Describing household cleaning chores
• Asking oboul items on sale
• Asking the location of items at home
• Telling about post weekend activities
• ldentifying locations in an opartment building
• ldentifying ways to look for housing: classified ads, listings, vaconcy signs
•Renting an apartment
• Describing household problems
• Securing home repair services
• Making a suggestion
• ldentifying household cleoning items, home supplies, & tools
• Asking to borrow an ítem
• Describing current home activities & plans for futureadivines

• ldentifying places in the community • Describing places in a neighborhood


• Exchanging greetings • Making a list of places, people, & actions
Community • Asking & giving the location of places in the community observed at an intersection
• ldentifying government buildings, services, & other places in a city/lown
center
• ldentifying modes of tronsportotion in a city/town center
Unit I Theme 1 Communication Skills 1 Writlng & Discussion

• Describing people by oge • Describing physicol choracteristics of


• Describing people by physícal chorocteristics yourself & fomily members
Oescribing • Describing physicol chorocteristics of o
• Describing o suspect or missing person to o police officer
• Describing peaple & things using odjectives fovorite actor or actress or other fomaus
• Describing physicol stotes & emotions person
• Describing things of home & in the
• Expressing concern about another person's physical state or emotion
community
• Telling obout personal experiences with
differenl emotions

• ldentifying food items (fruils, vegetobles, meol, poultry, seofood, doiry • Describing fovorite & leos! favorite foods
products, juices, beveroges, deli, frozen foods, snack foods, groceries) • Describing foods in different countries
Food • ldentifying non-food items purchosed in o supermorket (e.g., household • Moking o shopping list
supplies, baby products, pet food) • Describing places to shop for food
• Determining food needs to moke a shopping list • Telling about differences between
• Asking the locotion of items in o supermorket supermorkets & food stores in difieren!
• ldentifying supermorket sections counfries
• Requesting items oto service counter in o supermorket • Making o list of items in kitchen cabinets &
• ldentifying supermorket checkout oreo personnel & items the refrigeralor
• ldentifying food contoiners & quontities • Describing recycling practicas
• ldentifying units of meosure • Describing o fovorite recipe using units of
• Asking for & giving recipe instruclions meosure
• Complimenting someone on o recipe • Telling obout use of kitchen utensils &
cookwore
• Offering to help with food preporotion
• Telling aboul experience with different
• ldentifying food preporotion octions
types of restaurants
• ldentifying kitchen utensils & cookwore
• Describing restaurants ond menus in
• Asking to borrow on item different counlries
• Comprehending product odvertising • Describing fovorite foods ordered in
• Ordering fost food items, coffee shop ilems, & sandwiches restaurants
• tndicoling o shortoge of supplies to o co-worker or supervisor
• Toking customers' orders al a food service counter
• ldentifying restaurant objects, personnel, & octions
• Moking & following requests ot work
• ldentifying & correctly positioning silverware & plates in a table setling
• lnquiring in person about restaurant [ob openings
• Ordering from a restauro ni menu
• Taking customers' orders os o waiter or waitress in a restaurant

• ldentifying colors • Describing the flogs of different counlries


• Complimenling someone on clothing • Telling abouf emotions ossocioted with
Colors and • ldentifying clothing iterns, including outerweor, sleepweor, underwear, differenl colors
Clothing exercise clothing, footwear, jewelry, & accessories • Telling obout clothing & colors you like to
• Talking about appropriote clothing for different weather conditions weor
• Expressing clothing needs to o store salesperson • Describing clothing worn al difieren!
• locating clothing items occosions (e.g., going to schools, porties,
weddings)
• lnquiring about ownership of found clothing items
• Telling obout clothing worn in different
• lndicating loss of o clothing item
weother conditions
• Asking about sale prices in o clothing store
• Telling obout clothing worn during exercise
• Reporting theft of a clothing ifem to the poi ice activities
• Stoting preferences during clothing shopping • Telling obout footweor worn during
• Expressing problems with clothing & the need for olterotions different octivities
• ldentifying loundry objects & activities • Describing the color, material, size, &
• locoting laundry products in a store pattern of favorite clothing items
• Comporing clothing foshions now & a long
time ogo
• Telling obout who does laundry ot home
Unit I Theme 1 Communlcatlon Skills J Wrlting & Discussion

• ldentifying deportments & services in o deportment store • Describing o department store


• Asking the locotion of items in o deportment store • Telling about stores that hove sales
Shopping • Asking to buy, return, exchonge, try on, & poy for·deportment store items • Telling about an item purchased on sale
• Asking obout regular & soles prices, discounts, & soles tox • Comporing different types & bronds of
• lnterpreting o soles receipt video & audio equipmenl
• Offering ossistonce to customers os o solesperson • Describing telephones & comeros
• Expressing needs to a salesperson in o store • Describing personal use of o computar
• ldentifying electronics products, including video & audio equipment, • Shoring opinions obout how computers
telephones, comeros, & computers hove changad the world
• ldentifying components of o computer & common computer software • Telling obout popular toys in different
• Complimenting someone obout on item & inquiring where it wos purchosed countries
• Asking o solesperson for odvice obout different bronds of a product • Telling obout favorite childhood toys
• ldentifying common toys & other items in o toy store
• Asking far odvice obout on oppropriote gift for o child

• Requesting bonk services & tronsoctions (e.g.1 deposit, withdrowol, coshing • Describing use of bonk services
o check, obtoining troveler's checks, opening an occount, opplying foro • Telling obout household bilis & omounts
Community loan, exchonging currency) poid
Services • ldentifying bonk personnel • Telling obout the person responsible for
• ldentifying bonk forms household Finonces
• Asking obout occeptoble forms of poyment (cosh, check, credit cord, money • Describing use of ATM machines
order, troveler's check) • Describing use of postal services
• ldentifying household bilis {rent, utilities, etc.) • Comporing postal systems in different
• ldentifying fomily finonce documents & octions countries
• Following instructions to use on ATM machina • Telling obout experience using o library
• Requesting post office services & tronsoctions • Telling about the locotion of community
• ldentifying types of moil & moil services institutions
• ldentifying different woys to buy stomps • Describing experiences using community
• Requesling non-rnoil services ovoiloble al the post office {money order, institutions
selective service registrotion, possport opplicotion) • Telling obout crime in the community
• ldentifying & locoting librcry sections, services, & personnel • Describing experience with o crime or
• Asking how to find o book in the librory emergency
• ldentifying community institutions, services, ond personnel [pollee, fire, city
government, public works, recreotion, sonifation, religious institufions)
• ldentifying types of emergency vehicles
• Reporting o crime
• ldentifying community mishaps (gas leak, water main break, etc.)
• Expressing concern abauf community problems

• ldentifying parts of the body & key interno! orgons • Describing self
• Describing oilments, symptoms, & injuries • Telling about o personal experience with an
Health • Asking obout the heolth of onother person illness or injury
• ldentifying ilems in o first-oid kit • Describing remedies or treatments far
• Describing medico! emergencies common problems [cold, stomachache,
insect bite, hiccups]
• ldentifyin~ emergency medicol procedures (CPR, rescue breathing, Heimlich
moneuver) • Describing experience with a medico!
emergency
•Colling 911 to reporta medico] emergency
• Describing a medical examination
• ldentifying major illnesses
• Describing experience with a medica! or
• Talking with o friend or co-worker about illness in one's lamily
dental procedure
• Following instructions during a medicol examination
• Telling obout medical odvice received
• ldentifying medica! personnel, equipment, & supplies in medicol & dental
• Telling about over-the-counter medicotions
off ices
u sed
• Understanding medical & dental personnel's description of procedures
• Comporing use of medicotions in different
during treotment
countries
• Understonding o doctor's medicol odvice ond instructions
• Describing experience with o medica!
• ldentifying over-the-counter medicotions speciolist
• Understcmding dosoge instrucfions on medicine lobels • Describing o hospital stoy
• ldentifying medico! specialists • Making o lis! of personal core items
• lndicoting the date & time of a medica! oppointment needed far a trip
• ldentifying hospital deportments & personnel • Comparing baby products in different
• ldentifying equipment in a hospital room countries
• ldenlifying octions & items reloted to personal hygiene
• Locoting personal care products in o store
• ldentifying actions & items related to baby core
Unit I Theme 1 Communication Skills j Writing & Discussion

• ldenlifying types of educational institutions • Telling abaut different types of schools in


• Giving infarmation abaut previous education during a job interview the community
School, Subjects, • ldentifying school locolions & personnel • Telling about schools attended, where,
ond Activilies when, & subjects studied
• ldentifying school subjects
• ldentifying extracurricular activities • Describing a school
• Sharing after-school plans • Camporing schools in different countries
•MATH: • Telling obout favorita school subject
• Asking & answering bosic questions during a math class • Telling about extracurricular activities
• Using fractions to indicate sale prices • Comporing extracurricular activities in
• Using percents lo indicate test seores & probobility in weother forecosts different cauntries
• ldentifying high school moth subjects • Describing math education
• Using meosurernent lerms to indicote height, width, depth, length, distonce • Telling about samething bought an sale
• Researching & sharing informotion about
• lnterpreting metric meosurements
population statistics using percents
• ldentifying types of lines, geametric shapes, & solid figures
• Describing favorite books & authars
• ENGUSH LANGUAGE ARTS:
• Describing newspapers & mogozines read
• ldentifying types of sentences
• Telling obout use of different types of
• ldentifying parts of speech writlen communication
• ldentifying punctuotion marks • Describing the geography of your country
• Providing feedback during peer-editing • Descr~bing geographical feotures
• ldentifying steps of the writing process expenenced
• ldentifying types of literature • Describing experience with scientific
• ldentifying forms of writing equipment
• GEOGRAPHY: • Describing science educotion
• ldentifying geographical feotures & bodies af water •Brainstorming o science experiment &
• ldentifying natural environments (desert, jungle, rainforest, etc.) describing each step of the scientific
• SCIENCE: method
• ldentifying science classroom/loborotory equipment • Drowing & naming o constellatian
• Asking oboul equipmenl needed to do a science procedure • Expressing an opinion about the
• ldentifying steps of the scientific method impartance af spoce explaration
• tdentifying key terms to describe the universa, solar system, & spoce
exploratian

• ldentifying occupotions • Coreer explorotion: sharing ideos obout


• Stoting work experience (including length of time in an occupation) during a occupotians thot are interesting, difficult
Work job interview • Describing occupation & occupations af
• Talking about occupotion during social conversation family members
• Expressing job ospirotions • Describing jab skills
• ldentifying job skllls & work aclivities • Describing o familiar job [skill
• lndicating job skills during on interview (including length of time) requirements, qocliíicctions, hours, solory)
• ldentifying types of job odvertisements (help wonted signs, job notices, • Telling obaut how people faund their jobs
clossified ods) • Telling about experience with o job seorch
• lnterpreting abbreviotions in job advertisements ar [ob interview
• ldentifying each step in a job-seorch process • Describing a familiar workplace
• ldentifying workplace locotions, fvrniture, equipment, & personnel • Telling about office & school supplies used
• ldentifying common office tosks • Describing o neorby factory & working
conditions there
• Asking the location of a co-worker
• Engaging in smoll-tolk with co-workers • Comparing products praduced by foctories
in different countries
• ldentifying common office supplies
• Describing building molerials used in ones
• Moking requests al work dwelling
• Repeating to confirm understonding of o request or instruction • Describing a nearby constructian site
• ldentifying factory locations, equipment, & personnel • Telling obout experience with sofety
• Asking the locolion of workploce deporlmenls & personnel to orient oneself equipment
os a new employee • Describing the use of safety equipment in
• Asking about the location & activities of o co-worker the cammunily
• ldentifying construction site machinery, equipment, and building materials
• Asking a co-worker far a workplace item
•Warning a co-worker of a safety hazard
• Asking whether there is a sufficient supply of workplace materials
• ldentifying job safety equipmenl
• lnterpreting warning signs at work
• Reminding someone to use safety equipment
• Asking the location of ernergency equipmenl al work
Unit / Theme Communication Skills 1 Writing & Discussíon

• ldentifying modes of local & Inter-clry public tronsportotion • Describing mode of trovel to difieren!
• Expressing intended mode of trove! places in the community
Ironsportotion • Asking obout o locotion to obtoin tronsportotion (bus síop, bus stotion, troin • Describing local public tronsportotion
and Travel
stotion, subwoy stotion) •Comporing tronsportotion in differenl
• Locoting ticket counters, informotion booths, fore cord mochines, & countries
informotion signoge in tronsportolion stotions • Telling obout common types of vehicles in
• ldentifying types of vehicles different countries
• lndicoting to o cor solesperson need fer o type of vehicle • Expressing opinion obout fovorile type of
• Describing o cor occident vehicle & monufocturer
• ldentifying ports of o cor & mointenonce items • Expressing opinion oboul most importan!
feotures to look for when moking o cor
• lndicoting o problem with o cor
purchose
• Requesting service or ossislonce al o service stotion
• Describing experience with cor repairs
• ldentifying types of highwoy Iones & morkings, rood structures (tunnels,
• Describing o local highwoy
bridges, etc.), troffic signoge, & local intersection rood morkings
• Describing o local intersection
• Reporting the locotion of on occident
• Telling obout dongerous traffic orees where
• Giving & following driving directions (using prepositions of motion)
mony occidents occur
• lnterpreting troffic signs
• Describing your route from home lo school
•Warning o driver obout on upcoming sign
• Describing how to gel to different places
• lnterpreting composs directions from home ond school
• Asking for driving directions • Describing local troffic signs
• Following instructions during o driver's test • Comporing troffic signs in different
• Repeoting to coníirm instructions countries
• ldentifying oirport locotions & personnel (check-in, security, gote, boggoge • Describing o familiar oirporl
cloim, Customs & lmmigrotion) • Telling about on experience with Customs &
• Asking for locotion of places & personnel al on oirport lmmigrotion
• lndicoling loss of trove! documents or other items • Describing on oir trove! experience
• ldentifying oirplone sections, seoting oreas, emergency equipmenl, & Aight • Using imo_ginotion: being on oirporl
personnef security otficer giving possengers
• ldentifying steps in the process of oirplone trove! (octions in the security inslructions; being o Flight otfendont g_iving
oreo, al the gote, boording, & being seoted) possengers inslructions befare loke-ott
• Following instructions of oirport security personnel, gote ottendonts, & Aight • Describing o familiar hotel
crew • Expressing opinion about hotel jobs thot
• ldentifying seclions of o hotel & personnel ore most interesting, most difficult
• Asking for locotion of places & personnel in o hotel

• ldentifying common hobbies. crofts, & gomes & reloted moteriols/equipment • Describing o fovorite hobby, croft, or gome
• Describing fovorite leisure octivities • Comporing popular gomes in different
; meation and countries, ond how to play them
Eatertainment •Purchasing croft supplies, equipment, & other products in o store
• Asking fer & offering o suggestion for o leisure octivity • Describing fovorite places lo go & octivities
• ldentifying places to go fer outdoor recreotion, entertoinmenl, culture, etc. there
• Describing post weekend octivilies • Describing o local pork & ployground
• Describing oclivities plonned For o Future doy off or weekend • Describing o fovorife beoch & items used
there
• ldentifying feotures & equipment in o pork & ployground
• Describing on outdoor recreotion
• Asking the locotion of o pork feoture or equipment
experience
•Warning o child to be coreful on ployground equipmenl
• Describing fovorife individual sports &
• ldentifying feoturesof o beoch, common beoch items, & personnel recreotion octivities
• ldentifying indoor & outdoor recreotion octivities & sports, & reloted • Describing fovorite teom sports & fomous
equipment & supplies ployers
• Asking if someone remembered on item when preporing Far on octivity •Comporing popular sports in different
• ldentifying teom sports & terms for ployers, ploying [ields, & equipmenf countries
•Commenting on o ployer's performance during o gome • Describing experience with winter or water
• lndicoting that you con't find on ítem sports & recreotion
• Asking the locotion of sports equipment in o store • Expressing opinions obout Winfer Olympics
• Reminding someone oF items needed Far o sports activity sports (mosl exciting, most dongerous)
• ldentifying types of winter/woter sports, recreotion, & equipment • Describing exercise hobits & routines
• Engoging in smoll tolk obout fovorite sports & recreotion oclivities • Using imoginotion: being on exercise
• Using the telephone to inquire whether o store sells o product instructor leoding o closs
• Moking & responding to an invifotion • Telling obout fovorite types of entertoinment
• Following o teocher or cooch's instructions during sports proctice, P.E. closs, • Comporing types of entertoinmenf popular
& on exercise closs in different countries
• ldentifying types of entertoinment & cultural events, & the performers • Telling oboul fovorite períormers
• Commenting on a performance • Telling oboot fovorite types of music,
movies, & TV progroms
• ldentifying genres of music, plays, movies, & TV programs
• Expressing likes about types of entertoinment • Describing experience with o musical
inslrumenf
• ldentifying musical instruments
• Comporing typicol musical inslruments in
• Complimenting someone on musical obility differenf countries
Unit I Theme 1 Communication Skills 1 Writing & Discussion

• ldentifying places & people on o form • Comporing forms in different countries


• ldentifying form onimols & crops • Telling obout local animols, onimols in o
Nature zoo, & common local birds & insects
• ldentifying onimols & pets
• ldentifying birds & insects • Comparing common pets in different
• ldentifying fish, seo animols, omphibions, & reptiles counfries
• Asking obout the presence of wildlife in on orea • Using imogination: whot animal you would
like lo be, & why
• ldentifying trees, plants, & flowers
• Telling a popular folk tole or children's story
• ldentifying key parts of o tree and flower
about onimals, birds, or insects
• Asking for informotion obout trees & flowers
• Describing fish, seo animols, & reptiles in
•Warning someone obout poisonous vegetotion in an orea different countries
• ldentifying sources of energy • ldentifying endangered species
• Describing the kind of energy used lo heot homes & [or cooking • Expressing opinions about wildlife - most
• Expressing an opinion oboul good future sources of energy inleresting, beautiful, dangerous
• ldentifying behoviors thot promote conservotion (recycling, conserving • Describing local trees & flowers, & fovorites
energy, conserving water, corpooling) • Comparing different cultures' use of flowers
• Expressing concern about environmentol problems al weddings, funerals, holidays, & hospitals
• ldentifying different kinds of natural disosters • Expressing on opinion about an
environmentol problem
• Telling obout how people prepare for
natural disaslers

• TYPES OF TRAVEL: • Telling about a trip (localion, kind o] trip,


• ldentifying types of trove! (business & fomily trips, tours, modes of trove!) how it was orronged)
lnternational • Telling obout orrivol al o destinotion
Travel and • ldentifying ways to book a trip
Tourlsm • Talking about trove! plons • Telling obout on experience stoying in o
• ARRIVING AT A DESTINATION: hotel, including type of room ond hotel
services used
• locating airport services upon arrival ot a deslinalion
• Telling obout tourism experiences
• ldentifying trove! documents (passport, visa, boggoge cloim check,
customs declaration form)
• Producing travel documents when requested by oirport personnel
• Passing through immigralion/passport control: exploining the purpose of
a trip (business/pleasure) and length of stay
• Possing through customs: responding to questions ond requests of customs
official (stoting nurnber of bogs; opening bogs when requested)
• Hom COMMUNICATION:
• ldentifying different types o] hotel rooms
• Checking in/Requesting o room
• Using a room telephone to request hotel services
• Ordering food from room service
• Calling housekeeping to request room supplies
• Calling to reporta mointenance problem in a room
• Requesting o wake-up call
• Calling the concierge to make o request
• Calling the bell desk to request assistonce checking out
• TOURIST ACTlVffiES:
• ldentifying common tourist octivities (sightseeing, tours, exchonging
money, buying souvenirs, moking reservations, renting a car, getling
tickets, shopping, visiting local attroctions)
• Expressing tourist activity interests to o hotel concierge
• Reporting obout tourist activities
• TOURIST COMMUNICATION:
• Moking requests (to exchange money, cash troveler's checks, purchase
something, buy tickets, mail something)
• lnquiring about permissibility (to take photographs, eat, enter, use a cell
phone, or use o credit card in vorious locotions)
• Tolking with local people (obout where you ore from, length of your stay,
what you hove seen, and your opinion of their city)
• Using emergency expressions (to coll for help, to call for the police, to
avoid someone who is bothering you)
• Understonding ernergency expressions (obout a fíre, about an imminent
hazord)
• Understanding a pollee comrnond to stop (Freezel Stop! Don't move!)
• Asking someone if they speok your longuoge
• Asking someone to write down an address or other informotion
• Asking whot an object is colled in English while pointing to it
• Asking for repetition & clorificotion
• Asking someone to speak slowly
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Welcome to the second edition of the WORIJ BY WORIJ Picture Dictionary! This text presents more
than 4,000 vocabulary words through vibrant illustrations and simple accessible lesson pages that are
designed for clarity and ease-of-use with learners at ali levels. Our goal is to help students practice
English used in everyday life, in the community, in school, at work, and in international travel.

WORD BY WORD organizes the vocabulary into 17 The Audio Program includes all words and
thematic units, providing a careful research-based conversations for interactive practice and -as
sequence of lessons that integrates students' bonus material-an expanded selection of
development of grammar and vocabulary skills WordSongs for entertaining musical practice
through topics that begin with the immediate world with the vocabulary.
of the student and progress to the world at large. Additional ancillary materials include Color
Early lessons on the family, the home, and daily Transparencies, Vocabulary Game Cards, a
activities lead to lessons on the community, school, Testing Program, and ExamView CD-ROM.
workplace, shopping, recreation, and other topics. Bilingual Editions are also available. 11
In addition to developing students' vocabulary, the
text also serves as a comprehensive communication Teaching Strategies
skills program that integrates vocabulary learning,
Word by Word presents vocabulary words in
listening and speaking skills, and themes for writing
context. Model conversations depict situations
and discussion. The Scope & Sequence on the
in which people use the words in meaningful
previous pages illustrates the unique currículum and
communication. These models become the basis
skills integration in the program. for students to engage in dynamic, interactive
Since each lesson in Word by Word is self- practice. In addition, writing and discussion
contained, it can be used either sequentially or questions in each lesson encourage students
li
in any desired order. For users' convenience, the to relate the vocabulary and themes to their
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lessons are listed in two ways: sequentially in the own lives as they share experiences, thoughts,
Table of Contents, and alphabetically in the Thematic opinions, and information about themselves, Ir

lndex. These resources, combined with the Glossary their cultures, and their countries. In this way,
in the appendix, allow students and teachers to students get to know each other "word by word."
quickly and easily locate all words and topics in the In using Word by Word, we encourage you
Picture Dictionary.
to develop approaches and strategies that are
The Word by Word Picture Dictionary is the compatible with your own teaching style and
centerpiece of the complete Word by Word the needs and abilities of your students. You
Vocabulary Development Program, which offers a may find it helpful to incorporate sorne of
wide selection of print and media support materials the following techniques for presenting and
for instruction at ali levels. practicing the vocabulary in each lesson.
Workbooks at different levels offer flexible
1. Preview the Vocabulary: Activate students'
options to meet students' needs. Vocabulary
prior knowledge of the vocabulary by
Workbooks at Beginning and lntermediate levels brainstorming with students the words in
feature motivating vocabulary, grammar, and the lesson they already know and writing
listening practice. A Literacy Workbook provides them on the board, or by having students
all-skills practice especially appropriate for learners look at the transparency or the illustration in
who are not familiar with the alphabet or who Word by Word and identify the words they
need a pre-Beginning-level introduction to English are familiar with.
vocabulary, reading, and writing.
The Teacher's Guide and Lesson Planner with 2. Present the Vocabulary: Using the
CD-ROM includes lesson-planning suggestions, transparency or the illustration in the Picture
community tasks, Internet weblinks, and reproducible Dictionary, point to the picture of each word,
masters to save teachers hours of lesson preparation saythe word, and have the classrepeat it
time. An Activity Handbook with step-by-step chorally and individuatly. (You can also play
teaching strategies for key vocabulary development the word list on the Audio Program.) Check
activities is included in the Teacher's Guide. students' understanding and pronunciation of
the vocabulary.
3. Vocabulary Practice: Have students practice these conversations using any words they
the vocabulary as a class, in pairs, or in small wish. Before they practice the additional
groups. Say or write a word, and have students conversations, you may want to have students
point to the item or tell the number. Or, listen to the sample additional conversations on
point to an item or give the number, and have the Audio Program.
students say the word.
6. Spelling Practice: Have students practice
4. Model ConversationPractice: Sorne lessons spelling the words as a class, in pairs, or in small
have model conversations that use the first groups. Say a word, and have students spell it
word in the vocabulary list. Other models aloud or write it. Or, using the transparency, point
are in the form of skeletal dialogs, in which to an item and have students write the word.
vocabulary words can be inserted. {In many
skeletal dialogs, bracketed numbers indicate 7. Themes for Oiscussion, Composition,
which words can be used for practicing the Journals, and Portfolios: Each lesson of Word
conversation. lf no bracketed numbers appear, by Word provides one or more questions for
ali the words in the lesson can be used.) discussion and composition. (These can be
The following steps are recommended for found in a blue-shaded area at the bottom
Model Conversation Practice: of the page.) Have students respond to the
questions as a class, in pairs, or in small groups.
a. Preview: Have students look at the model Or, have students write their responses at
illustration and discuss who they think the home, share their written work with other
speakers are and where the conversation students, and discuss as a class, in pairs, or in
takes place. small groups.
b. The teacher presents the model or plays
Students may enjoy keeping a journal of their
the audio one or more times and checks
written work. lf time permits, you may want
students' understanding of the situation
to write a response in each student's journal,
and the vocabulary.
sharing your own opinions and experiences
c. Students repeat each line of the as well as reacting to what the student has
conversation chorally and individually. written. lf you are keeping portfolios of
d. Students practice the model in pairs. students' work, these compositions serve as
e. A pair of students presents a conversation excellent examples of students' progress in
based on the model, but using a different learning English.
word from the vocabulary list.
f. In pairs, students practice severa! 8. Communication Activities: The Word by
conversations based on the model, using WordTeacher's Guide and Lesson Planner with
different words on the page. CD-ROM provides a wealth of games, tasks,
g. Pairs present their conversations to the class. brainstorming, discussion, movement, drawing,
miming, role-playing, and other activities
5. Additional ConversationPractice: Many designed to take advantage of students'
lessons provide two additional skeletal different learning styles and particular
dialogs for further conversation practice abilities and strengths. For each lesson, choose
with the vocabulary. (These can be found in one or more of these activities to reinforce
the yellow-shaded a rea at the bottom of the students' vocabulary learning in a way that is
page.) Have students practice and present stimulating, creative, and enjoyable.

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WORD BY WORD aims to offer students a communicative, meaningful, and lively way of practicing
English vocabulary. In conveying to you the substance of our program, we hope that we have also
conveyed the spirit: that learning vocabulary can be genuinely interactive ... relevant to our students'
lives ... responsive to students' differing strengths and learning styles ... and fun!
Steven J. Molinsky
Bill Bliss
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1 name 6 street number 12 area cede 17 sex


2 first name 7 street 13 telephone number / 18 date of birth
3 middle initial 8 apartment number phone number 19 place of birth
4 last name/family name/ 9 city 14 cell phone number
surname 10 state 15 e-mail address
5 address 11 zip cede 16 social security
number

A. What's your name?


B. Gloria P. Sanchez.

A. What's your ? A. What's your last name? Tell about yourself:


B . B . My name is .
A. Did you say ? A. How do you spell that? My address is .
My telephone number is .
B. Yes. That's right. B .
Now interview a friend.
1 husband children siblings grandparents grandchildren
2 wife 5 daughter 8 sister 10 grandmother 12 granddaughter
6 son 9 brother 11 grandfather 13 grandson
parents 7 baby
3 father
4 mother

A. Who is he? A. Who is she?


B. He's my husband. B. She's my wife.
A. What's his name? A. What's her name?
B. His name is Jack. B. Her name is Nancy.

A. l'd like to introduce my _ A. What's your 's name? Who are the people in your family?
B. Nice to meet you. B. His/Her name is . What are their names?
C. Nice to meet you, too. Tell about photos of family members.
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Frank Linda

1 un ele 6 mother-in-law
2 aunt 7 father-in-law
3 niece 8 son-in-law
4 nephew 9
daughter-in-law
5 cousin 10 brother-in-law
11 sister-in-law

G) Jack is Alan's --· @ Helen is Jack's --·


@ Nancy is Alan's --· (J) Walter is Jack's --·
@ Jennifer is Frank and Linda's --· @ Jack is Helen and Walter's --·
© Timmy is Frank and Linda's --· ® Linda is Helen and Walter's --·
® Alan is Jennifer and Timmy's --· @ Frank is Jack's --·
@ Linda is Jack's --·

.\. Who is he/she? A . Let me introduce my Tell about your relatives:


3. He's/She's my B. l'm glad to meet you. What are their names?
:i.. What's his/her name? c. Nice meeting you. too. Where do they live?
3. His/Her name is Draw your family tree and tell about it.
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1

1 teacher 6 table 11 dock 15 whiteboard /board


2 teacher's aide 7 computer 12 map 16 globe
3 student 8 overhead projector 13 bulletin board 17 bookcase/bookshe~
4 desk 9 screen 14 P.A. system / 18 teacher's desk
5 seat/chair 10 chalkboard /board loudspeaker 19 wastebasket
., pen 24 book/textbook 28 notebook paper 32 chalk 36 keyboard
pencil 25 workbook 29 graph paper 33 era ser 37 monitor
eraser 26 spiral notebook 30 ruler 34 marker 38 mouse
.. pencil sharpener 27 binder/notebook 31 calculator 35 thumbtack 39 printer

A. Where's the globe?


A. Where's the teacher?
B. The globe is on the
B. The teacher is next to the board.
bookcase.

: :here a/an __ in your classroom?* A. Is there a/an __ in your classroom?* Describe your classroom.
:s. There's a/an __ B. No, there isn't. (There's a/an )
--eict to/on the --·
- :s. 29, 32 use: Is there __ in your classroom?
--
- - --S ~- --- CLASSROOM ACTIONS

1 Say your name. 11 Open your book. 21 Do your homework.


2 Repeat your name. 12 Read page ten. 22 Bring in your homework.
3 Spell your name. 13 Study page ten. 23 Go over the answers.
4 Print your name. 14 Close your book. 24 Correct your mistakes.
5 Sign your name. 15 Put away your book. 25 Hand in your homework.

6 Stand up. 16 Raiseyour hand. 26 Share a book.


7 Go to the board. 17 Ask a question. 27 Discuss the question.
8 Write on the board. 18 Listen to the question. 28 Help each other.
9 Erase the board. 19 Answer the question. 29 Work together.
10 Sit down. /Take your seat. 20 Listen to the answer. 30 Share with the class.
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31 Look in the dictionary. 41 Lower the shades. 51 Choose the correct answer.
32 Look up a word. 42 Turn off the lights. 52 Circle the correct answer.
33 Pronounce the word. 43 Look at the screen. 53 Fill in the blank.
34 Read the definition. 44 Take notes. 54 Mark the answer sheet./
35 Copy the word. 45 Turn on the lights. Bubble the answer.
55 Match the words.

36 Work alone./Do your own work. 46 Take out a piece of paper. 56 Underline the word.
37 Work with a partner. 47 Passout the tests. 57 Cross out the word.
38 Break up into small groups. 48 Answer the questions. 58 Unscramble the word.
39 Work in a group. 49 Check your answers. 59 Put the words in order.
40 Work as a class. 50 Collect the tests. 60 Write on a separate
sheet of paper.

You're the teacher!


Give instructions to your students!
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1 -:_ --S ~- - - PREPOSITIONS

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1 above 5 nextto 8 to the left of 10 in


2 below 9 to the right of
6 on 11 between
3 in front of 7 under
4 behind

[1-10) (11]
A. Where's the dock? A. Where's the dictionary?
B. The dock is above B. The dictionary is between the
the bulletin board. globe and the pencil sharpener.

Tell about the classroom on page 4. Use the prepositions in this lesson.

Tell about your classroom.


1
Y~AV-A~~~VITIES 1 -- - ----=-- ~·

1 get up 6 wash my* face 11 get undressed 15 make breakfast


2 take a shower 7 put on makeup 12 take a bath 16 make lunch
3 brush my* teeth 8 brush my* hair 13 go to bed 17 cook/make dinner
4 shave 9 comb my* hair 14 sleep 18 eat/have breakfast
5 get dressed 10 make the bed 19 eat/havelunch

* my, his, her, our, your, their 20 eat/have dinner

A. What do you do every day?


B. 1 get up, 1 take a shower, and 1 brush my teeth.

A. What does he do every day? A. What does she do every day? What do you do every day? Make a list.
B. He s, he s, B. She s. she s,
lnterview sorne friends and tell about
and he s. and she s.
their everyday activities.
~ ----
~ ~--~- EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES 11

11

1 clean the apartment / 5 feed the baby 9 go to work 13 work


clean the house 6 feed the cat 10 go to school 14 leave work
2 wash the dishes 7 walk the dog 11 drive to work 15 go to the store
3 do the laundry 8 study 12 take the bus to school 16 come home/ get home
4 iron

A. Hello. What are you doing?


B. l'm cleaning the apartment.

A. Helio, This is . A. Are you going to soon? What are you going to do tomorrow?
What are you doing? B. Yes. l'm going to in a Make a list of everything you are
B. l'm ing. How about you? little while. going todo.
A. l'm ing.
.

LEISURE ACTIVITIES - ~ - - 11'-

1 watch TV 5 read the newspaper 9 play the guitar 13 plant flowers


2 listen to the radio 6 play 10 practice the piano 14 use the computer
3 listen to music 7 play cards 11 exercise 15 write a letter
4 read a book 8 play basketball 12 swim 16 relax

A. Hi. What are you doing?


B. l'm watching TV.

A. Hi, Are you A. What's your (husband/wife/son/ What leisure activities do you like to do?
___ ing? daughter I ... ) doing?
B. No, l'm not. l'rn ing. B. He's/She's ing. What do your family members and
friends like to do?
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Greeting People

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Leave Taking

1 Hello./Hi. s How are you?/How are you doing? 9 Good-bye. / Bye.


2 Good morning. 6 Fine./Fine, thanks./Okay. 10 Good night.
3 Good afternoon. 7 What's new?/What's new with you? 11 See you later. /
4 Good evening. 8 Not much. / Not too much. See you soon.
lntroducing Yourself and Others

Getting Someone's Attention Expressing Gratitude

Saying You Oon't Understand Calling Someone on the Telephone

LM(J:)

12 Hello. My name is / 16 Excuse me. 20 1 don't understand. /


Hi. l'm . 17 May 1 ask a question? Sorry. 1 don't understand.
3 Nice to meet you. 18 Thank you./Thanks. 21 Can you please repeat that? /
14 Nice to meet you, too. 19 You're welcome. Can you please say that again?
15 l'd like to introduce / 22 Hello. This is ..... .. May 1 please
This is . speak to ?
23 Yes. Hold on a moment.
24 l'm sorry isn't here right now.

Practice conversations with other students. Use ali the expressions on pages 12 and 13.
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Weather Temperature
1 sunny 7 windy 13 sleeting 19 thermometer
2 cloudy 8 humid/muggy 14 lightning 20 Fahrenheit
3 clear 9 raining 15 thunderstorm 21 Centigrade/Celsius
4 hazy 10 drizzling 16 snowstorm 22 hot
5 foggy 11 snowing 17 dust storm 23 warm
6 smoggy 12 hailing 18 heat wave 24 cool
25 cold
26 freezing

[1-13] [14-18] (20--26)


A. What's the weather like? A. What's the weather forecast? A. How's the weather?
B. lt's _ B. There's going to be '4] / B. lt's 122-26_ .
a { 5-18
1 A. What's the temperature?
B. lt's ... degrees (20--21)

What's the weather like today? What's the temperature?


What's the weather forecast for tomorrow?
Cardinal Numbers
o zero 11 eleven 21 twenty-one 101 one hundred (and) one
1 one 12 twelve 22 twenty-two 102 one hundred (and) two
2 two 13 thirteen 30 thirty 1,000 one thousand
3 three 14 fourteen 40 forty 10,000 ten thousand
4 four 15 fifteen 50 fifty 100,000 one hundred thousand
5 five 16 sixteen 60 sixty 1,000,000 one million
6 six 17 seventeen 70 seventy 1,000,000,000 one billion
7 seven 18 eighteen 80 eighty
8 eight 19 nineteen 90 ninety
9 nine 20 twenty 100 one hundred
10 ten

A. How many people are


A. How old are you?
there in your family?
B. l'm years old.
B.

Ordinal Numbers
1st first 11th eleventh 21st twenty-first 101 st one hundred (and) first
2nd second 12th twelfth 22nd twenty-second 102nd one hundred (and) second
3rd third 13th thirteenth 30th thirtieth 1,000th one thousandth
4th fourth 14th fourteenth 40th fortieth 10,000th ten thousandth
5th fifth 15th fifteenth 50th fiftieth
100,000th one hundred thousandth
6th sixth 16th sixteenth 60th sixtieth
1,000,000th one millionth
7th seventh 17th seventeenth 70th seventieth
1,000,000,000th one billionth
8th eighth 18th eighteenth 80th eightieth
9th ninth 19th nineteenth 90th ninetieth
10th tenth 20th twentieth 100th one hundredth

A. Is this your first trip to


A. What floor do you live on? our country?
B. 1 live on the floor. B. No. lt's my _
tri p.

How many students are there in your class? What were the names of your teachers in elementary school?
(My first-grade teacher was Ms./Mrs./Mr .... )
How many people are there in your country?
two o'clock two fifteen/ two thírty/ two forty-five/
a quarter after two half past two a quarter to three

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11 12 1

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two oh five two twenty/ two forty/ two fifty-five/


twenty after two twenty to three five to three

A. What time does the movie


A. What time is it?
begin?
B. lt's _
B. At _

two A.M. two P.M. noon/ midnight/


twelve noon twelve midnight

A. When does the train


A. What time will we arrive?
leave? B. At _
B. At _

Tell about your daily schedule: Tell about the use of time in different cultures or countries you know:
What do you do? When? Do people arrive Oíl time for work? appointments? parties?
(1 get up at . 1 ) Do trains and buses operate exactly on schedule?
Do movies and sports events beqln Oíl time?
Do you usually have enough time to do Do workplaces use time clocks or timesheets to record employees' work hours?
things, or do you "run out of time"?
Tell about it.
Coi ns

Name Value Written as:


1 penny one cent 1<t $ .01
2 nickel five cents Set $.05
3 dime ten cents 1 O<t $ .10
4 quarter twenty-five cents 25<t $.25
5 half dollar fifty cents 50<t $.50
6 silver dollar one dollar $1.00

A. How much is a A. Soda costs ninety-five cents.


penny worth? Do you have enough change?
B. A penny is worth B. Yes. 1 have a/two/three __ (s)
one cent. and .

Currency

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Name We sometimessay: Val ue Written as:


7 (one-) dollar bill a one one dollar $ 1.00
8 five-dollar bill a five five dollars $ 5.00
9 ten-dollar bill a ten ten dollars $ 10.00
10 twenty-dollar bill a twenty twenty dollars $ 20.00
11 fifty-dollar bill a fifty fifty dollars $ 50.00
12 (one-) hundred dollar bill a hundred one hundred dollars $100.00
A. l'm going to the supermarket. A. Can you change
Do you have any cash? a five-dollar bill/a five?
B. 1 have a twenty-dollar bill. B. Yes. 1 have
A. Twenty dollars is enough. five one-dollar bills/
Thanks. five ones.

Written as: Wesay: Tell about sorne things you usually buy.
$1.30 a dollar and thirty cents What do they cost?
a dollar thirty
Name and describe the coins and currency in your
$2.50 two dollars and fifty cents
country. What are they worth in U.S. dollars?
two fífty
$56.49 fifty-six dollars and forty-nine cents
fifty-six forty-nine
8 o 11 12 13 14
J 16 17 8 19 20 21
~5 26 27 28

Days of the Week Months of the Year


1 year 6 Sunday 13 January 19 July 25 January 3, 2012
2 month 7 Monday 14 February 20 August January third, two
3 week 8 Tuesday 15 March 21 September thousand twelve
4 day 9 Wednesday 16 April 22 October 26 birthday
5 weekend 10 Thursday 17 May 23 November 27 anniversary
11 Friday 18 June 24 December 28 appointment
12 Saturday

A. What year is it?


B. lt's _ U¡I
~ ~.-1~hat day is ;t?
B. lt's .

(26-28)
A. What's today's date? A. When is your ?
B. lt's _ B. lt's on _

Which days of the week do you What is your date of birth? What's your favorite day of the week?
go to work/school? (1 was born on .... f!l~I}.!~.. c!~Y.~ Y.f!'!!: .... ) Why?
(1 go to work/school on .}
What's your favorite month of the
What do you do on the weekend? year? Why?
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13 14 15 16 17 18
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2 22 23 24 25
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27 28 29 30
1 yesterday 8 yesterday morning 16 tomorrow morning 23 once a week Seaso ns
2 today 9 yesterday afternoon 17 tomorrow afternoon 24 twice a week 27 spring
3 tomorrow 10 yesterday evening 18 tomorrow evening 25 three times a 28 summer
11 last night 19 tomorrow night week 29 fall/
4 morning 26 every day autumn
5 afternoon 12 this morning 20 last week 30 winter
6 evening 13 this afternoon 21 this week
7 night 14 this evening 22 next week
15 tonight

What did you do yesterday morning/ What did you do last How many times a week do you have English
afternoon I evening? week? class? I go to the supermarket? I exercise?
What did you do last night? What are your plans for What's your favorite season? Why?
next week?
What are you going to do tomorrow morning/
afternoon I evening I night?
1 apartment building 5 condominium/ conde 9 shelter 13 the city
2 house 6 dormitory / dorm 10 farm 14 the suburbs
3 duplex/two-family house 7 mobile home 11 ranch 15 the country
4 townhouse / townhome 8 nursing home 12 houseboat 16 a town/village

A. Where do you live?


in a/an 1-9'
B. l live on a '10-121
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(1-12) [1-12] Tell about people you know and where


A. Town Taxi Company. A. This is the Emergency Operator. they live.
B. Helfo. Please send a taxi to B. Please send an ambulance to
Discuss:
. . . . .(c¡qq(~~.s). ..... ..... (<!9<;Í.(~~.sJ...... Who lives in dormitories?
A. Is that a house or an A. Is that a prívate home? Who lives in nursing homes?
apartment building? B. lt's a/an _ Who lives in shelters?
B. lt's a/an _ A. What's your name and telephone number? Why?
A. Ali right. We'll be there B ..
right away.
1 bookcase 9 VCR/video cassette 16 speaker 24 lamp
2 picture / photograph recorder 17 stereo system 25 lampshade
3 painting 10 wall 18 magazine holder 26 end table
4 mantel 11 ceiling 19 (throw) pillow 27 floor
5 fireplace 12 drapes 20 sofa/couch 28 floor lamp
6 fireplace screen 13 window 21 plant 29 armchair
7 DVD player 14 loveseat 22 coffee table
8 television/TV 15 wall unit 23 rug

A. Where are you?


B. l'm in the living room.
A. What are you doing?
B. l'm dusting* the bookcase.
* dusting/cleaning
A. You have a very nice living room! A. Uh-oh! 1 just spilled coffee on Tell about your living room.
B. Thank you. your ! (In my living room there's )
A. Your is/are beautiful! B. That's okay. Don't worry about it.
B. Thank you for saying so.
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1 (dining room) table 10 chandelier 19 platter 27 knife


2 (dining room) chair 11 china cabinet 20 butter dish 28 spoon
3 buffet 12 china 21 salt shaker 29 bowl
4 tray 13 salad bowl 22 pepper shaker 30 mug
5 teapot 14 serving bowl 23 tablecloth 31 glass
6 coffee pot 15 serving dish 24 napkin 32 cup
7 sugar bowl 16 vas e 25 fork 33 saucer
8 creamer 17 candle 26 plate
9 pitcher 18 candlestick

A. This dining room table is very nice.


B. Thank you. lt was a gift from my grandmother.*
*grandmother / grandfather I aunt/ uncle/ ...

[In a store] [At home) Tell about your dining room.


A. May 1 help you? A. look at this old 1 just bought! (In my diníng room there's
B. Yes, please. Do you have s?* B. Where did you buy ít? .............. )
A. Yes. s* are right over there. A. At a yard sale. How do you like ít?
B. Thank you. B. lt's VERY unusuall
•With 12, use the singular.
1 bed 8 electric blanket 15 curtains 21 jewelry box
2 headboard 9 dust ruffle 16 lamp 22 dresser I bu rea u
3 pillow 10 bedspread 17 alarm dock 23 mattress
4 pillowcase 11 comforter / quilt 18 dock radio 24 box spring
5 fitted sheet 12 carpet 19 night table/nightstand 25 bed frame
6 (flat) sheet 13 chest (of drawers) 20 mirror
7 blanket 14 blinds

A. Ooh ! Look at that big bug !


B. Where?
A. lt's on the bed!
B. 1'LL get it.

(In a store] [In a bedroom] Tell about your bedroom.


A. Excuse me. l'm looking for A. Oh, no! 1 just lost my (In my bedroom there's )
a/an * contact lens!
B. We have sorne very nice s, B. Where?
and they're all on sale this week! A. 1 think it's on the _
A. Oh, good! B. 1'11 help you look.
• With 14 & 15, use: Excuse me. l'm looking for __
DO

1 refrigerator 10 dishwashing liquid 19 blender 28 coffeemaker


2 freezer 11 faucet 20 toaster oven 29 trash compactor
3 garbage pail 12 (kitchen) sink 21 microwave (oven) 30 cutting board
4 (electric) mixer 13 dishwasher 22 potholder 31 cookbook
5 cabinet 14 (garbage) disposal 23 tea kettle 32 food processor
6 paper towel holder 15 dish towel 24 stove/range 33 kitchen chair
7 canister 16 dish rack/ dish drainer 25 burner 34 kitchen table
8 (kitchen) counter 17 spice rack 26 oven 35 placemat
9 dishwasher detergent 18 (electric) can opener 27 toaster

A. 1 think we need a new refrigerator.


B. 1 think you're right.

(In a store] [In a kitchen] Tell about your kitchen.


A. Excuse me. Are your s A. When did you get this/these (In my kitchen there's )
still on sale? new (s)?
B. Yes, they are. They're twenty B. 1 got it/them last week.
percent off.
1 teddy bear 9 changing pad 17 rattle 25 booster seat
2 baby monitor/intercom 10 diaper pail 18 walker 26 baby seat
3 chest (of drawers) 11 night light 19 cradle 27 high chair
4 crib 12 toy chest 20 stroller 28 portable crib
5 crib bumper/bumper pad 13 stuffed animal 21 baby carriage 29 potty
6 mobile 14 doll 22 car seat / safety seat 30 baby frontpack
7 changing table 15 swing 23 baby carrier 31 baby backpack
8 stretch suit 16 playpen 24 food warmer

A. Thank you for the teddy bear. lt's a very nice gift.
B. You're welcome. Tell me, when are you due?
A. In a few more weeks.

A. That's a very nice _ A. Do you have everything you need Tell about your country:
Where did you get it? before the baby comes? What things do people buy for a new baby?
B. lt was a gift from . B. Almost everything. We're still Does a new baby sleep in a separate room,
looking for a/an and a/an as in the United States?
1 wastebasket 10 cup 19 hand towel 28 shower
2 vanity 11 toothbrush 20 washcloth /facecloth 29 shower head
3 soap 12 toothbrush holder 21 towel rack 30 shower curtain
4 soap dish 13 electric toothbrush 22 plunger 31 bathtub/tub
5 soap dispenser 14 hair dryer 23 toilet brush 32 rubber mat
6 (bathroom) sink 15 shelf 24 toilet paper 33 drain
7 faucet 16 hamper 25 air freshener 34 sponge
8 medicine cabinet 17 fan 26 toilet 35 bath mat
9 mirror 18 bath towel 27 toilet seat 36 scale

A. Where's the hair dryer? A. Where's the soap? A. Where's the plunger?
B. lt's on the vanity. B. lt's in the soap dish. B. lt's next to the toilet brush.

A. (Knock. Knock.] Did 1 leave A. Bobby? You didn't clean up the Tell about your bathroom.
my glasses in there? bathroom! There's toothpaste on the (In my bathroom there's )
B. Yes. They're on/in/next to ___ , and there's powder ali over
the _ the 1
B. Sorry. 1'11 clean it up right away.
tt~
Front Yard
\ ' .
Backyard
1 lamppost 9 (front) light 17 lawn chair 25 patio
2 mailbox 10 window 18 lawnmower 26 gutter
3 front walk 11 (window) screen 19 tool shed 27 drainpipe
4 front steps 12 shutter 20 screen door 28 satellite dish
5 (front) porch 13 roof 21 back door 29 TV antenna
6 storm door 14 garage 22 doorknob 30 chimney
7 front door 15 garage door 23 deck 31 side door
8 doorbell 16 driveway 24 barbecue/(outdoor) grill 32 fence

A. When are you going to repair the lamppost?


B. l'm going to repair it next Saturday.

[On the telephone] [At work on Monday morning] Do you like to repair things?
A. Harry's Home Repairs. A. What did you do this weekend? What things can you repair yoursel'?
B. Hello. Do you fix s? B. Nothing much. 1 repaired my What things can't you repair? Who
A. No, we don't. ___ and my _ repairs them?
B. Oh, okay. Thank you.
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Lookingfor an Apartment Moving In 14 first floor 21 balcony


1 apartment ads/ 8 moving truck/ 15 second floor 22 courtyard
classified ads moving van 16 third floor 23 parking lot
2 apartment listings 9 neighbor 17 fourth floor 24 parking space
3 vacancy sign 10 building manager 18 roof 25 swimming pool
11 doorman 19 fire escape 26 whirlpool
Signing a Lease
12 key 20 parking garage 27 trash bin
4 tenant 13 lock 28 air conditioner
5 landlord
6 lease
7 security deposit
Lobby Doorway
~- Hallway Basement
29 intercom/speaker 34 peephole 38 fire exit/ 43 storage room
30 buzzer 35 (door) chain emergency stairway 44 storage locker
31 mailbox 36 dead-bolt lock 39 fire alarm 45 laundry room
32 elevator 37 smoke detector 40 sprinkler system 46 security gate
33 stairway 41 superintendent
42 garbage chute/
trash chute

[19-46)
A. Is there a fire escape?
B. Yes, there is. Do you want to see the apartment?
A. Yes, 1 do.

'.19-46] [19-46] Do you or someone you know live in an


[Renting an apartment] [On the telephone) apartment building? Tell about it.
.\. Let me show you around . A. Mom and Dad? 1 found an apartment.
3. Okay. B. Good. Tell us about it.
.\. This is the ,and A. lt has a/an and a/an
here's the B. That's nice. Does it have a/an ?
3. 1 see. A. Yes, it does.
A plumber e (house) painter F exterminator /
1 The bathtub is leaking. 6 The paint is peeling. pest control specialist
2 The sink is clogged. 7 The wall is cracked. 11 There are __ in the kitchen.
3 The hot water heater a termites
isn't working. O cable TV company b fleas
4 The toilet is broken. 8 The cable TV isn't working. e ants
d bees
B roofer E appliancerepairperson
e cockroaches
5 The roof is leaking. 9 The stove isn't working.
f rats
10 The refrigerator is broken.
g mice
G locksmith chimneysweep K carpenter
12 The lock is broken. 16 The chimney is dirty. 18 The steps are broken.
19 The door doesn't open.
H electrician J home repairperson/
13 The front light doesn't go on. "handyman" L heating and air conditioning service
14 The doorbell doesn't ring. 17 The tiles in the 20 The heating system is broken.
15 The power is out in the bathroom are loose. 21 The air conditioning isn't working.
living room.

A. What's the matter?


B. , 1-211
A. 1 think we should call a/an fA-Ll

(1-21) [A-L) What do you do when there


A. l'm having a problem in my apartment/house. A. Can you recommend a good are problems in your home?
___ ? Do you fix things yourself, or
B. What's the problem?
B. Yes. You should call .. do you call someone?
A.
e(:)
A sweep the floor 1 broom 9 (dust) mop/ 17 floor wax
B vacuum 2 dustpan (dry) mop 18 furniture polish
e mop the floor 3 whisk broom 10 (sponge) mop 19 cleanser
o wash the windows 4 carpet sweeper 11 (wet) mop 20 scrub brush
E dust s vacuum (cleaner) 12 paper towels 21 sponge
F wax the floor 6 vacuum cleaner 13 window deaner 22 bucket/pail
G polish the furniture attachments 14 ammonia 23 trash can/
H clean the bathroom 7 vacuum cleaner bag 15 dust cloth garbage can
take out the garbage 8 hand vacuum 16 feather duster 24 recycling bin

[A-l] 11-24]
A. What are you doing? A. 1 can't find the broom.
B. l'rn sweeping the floor. B. Look over there!

[1-12, 15, 16, 20-24) [13, 14, 17-19) What household cleaning chores
A. Excuse me. Do you sell (s)? A. Excuse me. Do you sell ? do people do in your home?
B. Yes. They're at the back of the store. B. Yes. lt's at the back of the store. What things do they use?
A. Thanks. A. Thanks.
1

1 yardstick 7 step ladder 14 fu ses 21 paint


2 fly swatter 8 mousetrap 15 oil 22 paint thinner
3 plunger 9 masking tape 16 glue 23 paintbrush/brush
4 flashlight 10 electrical tape 17 work gloves 24 paint pan
5 extension 11 duct tape 18 bug spray/insect spray 25 paint roller
cord 12 batteries 19 roach killer 26 spray gun
6 tape measure 13 lightbulbs/bulbs 20 sandpaper

A. 1 can't find the yardstick!


B. Look in the utility cabinet.
A. 1 did.
B. Oh! Wait a minute! l lent the yardstick to the neighbors.

[1-8, 23-26) [9-22) What home supplíes do you have?


A. l'm going to the hardware store. A. l'm goíng to the hardware store. How and when do you use each
Can you think of anything we need? Can you think of anything we need? one?
B. Yes. We need a/an _ B. Yes. We need _
A. Oh, that's right. A. Oh, that's right.
1 hammer 9 wrench 16 pliers 23 router
2 mallet 10 monkey wrench/ 17 toolbox 24 wire
3 ax pipe wrench 18 plane 25 nail
4 saw/handsaw 11 chisel 19 electric drill 26 washer
5 hacksaw 12 scraper 20 (drill) bit 27 nut
6 level 13 wire stripper 21 circular saw/ 28 wood screw
7 screwdriver 14 hand drill power saw 29 machine screw
8 Phillips screwdriver 15 vise 22 power sander 30 bolt

A. Can 1 borrow your hammer?


B. Sure.
A. Thanks.

* With 25-30, use: Could 1 borrow sorne s?

[1-15, 17-24] (16, 25-30] Do you like to work with tools?


A. Where's the ? A. Where are the s? What tools do you have in your
B. tt's on/next to/near/over/under B. They're on/next to/near/over/under home?
the _ the _
A mowthe lawn 1 lawnmower 8 wheelbarrow 15 leaf blower
B plant vegetables 2 gas can 9 fertilizer 16 yard waste bag
e plant flowers 3 line trimmer 10 (garden) hose 17 (hedge) clippers
o water the flowers 4 shovel 11 nozzle 18 hedge trimmer
E rake leaves 5 vegetable seeds 12 sprinkler 19 pruning shears
F trim the hedge 6 hoe 13 watering can 20 weeder
G prune the bushes 7 trowel 14 rake
H weed

[A-H] (1-20]
A. Hi! Are you busy? A. What are you looking for?
B. Yes. l'm mowing the lawn. B. The lawnmower.

[A-H] (1-20) Do you ever work with any of


A. What are you going to do tomorrow? A. Can 1 borrow your ? these tools? Which enes? What
B. l'rn going to _ B. Sure. do you do with them?
1 bakery 5 bus station 9 child-care center / 13 coffee shop
2 bank 6 candy store day-care center 14 computer store
3 barber shop 7 car dealership 10 cleaners / dry cleaners 15 convenience store
4 book store 8 card store 11 clinic 16 copy center
12 clothing store
17 delicatessen/ deli 21 drug store / pharmacy 25 flower shop/florist
18 department store 22 electronics store 26 furniture store
19 discount store 23 eye-care center / optician 27 gas station / service station
20 donutshop 24 fast-food restaurant 28 grocery store

A. Where are you going?


B. l'm going to the bakery.

A. Hi! How are you today? A. Oh, no! 1 can't find my wallet/purse! Which of these places are in your
B. Fine. Where are you going? B. Did you leave it at the ? neighborhood?
A. To the How about you? (In my neighborhood there's a/an
A. Maybe 1 did.
.. )
B. l'm going to the _
1 hair salon 5 hotel 9 library 13 music store
2 hardware store 6 ice cream shop 10 maternity shop 14 nail salon
3 health club 7 jewelry store 11 motel 15 park
4 hospital 8 laundromat 12 movie theater 16 pet shop/pet store
17 photo shop 21 school 25 toy store
18 pizza shop 22 shoe store 26 train station
19 post office 23 (shopping) mall 27 travel agency
20 restaurant 24 supermarket 28 video store

A. Where's the hair salon?


B. lt's right over there.

A. Is there a/an nearby? A. Excuse me. Where's the ? Which of these places are in your
B. Yes. There's a/an B. lt's down the street, next to the neighborhood?
around the corner. A. Thank you. (In my neighborhood there's a/an
A. Thanks. .............. )
1 courthouse 7 city hall 12 jail 17 meter maid
2 taxi/cab/taxicab 8 fire alarm box 13 sidewalk 18 parking meter
3 taxi stand 9 mailbox 14 street 19 garbage truck
4 taxi driver/ cab driver 10 sewer 15 street light 20 subway
5 fire hydrant 11 police station 16 parking lot 21 subway station
6 trash container
22 newsstand 27 pedestrian 32 bus stop 37 street sign
23 traffic light/ 28 ice cream truck 33 bus 38 manhole
traffic signal 29 curb 34 bus driver 39 motorcycle
24 intersection 30 parking garage 35 office building 40 street vendor
25 police officer 31 fire station 36 public telephone 41 drive-through window
26 crosswalk

A. Where's the ?
B. On/ln/Next to/Between/ Across from/
In front of /Behind/Under/Over the _

[An Election Speech] Go to an intersection in your city or


lf 1 am elected mayor, 1'11 take care of ali the problems in our city. We need town. What do you see? Make a list.
to do something about our s. We also need to do something about Then tell about it.
our s. And look at our s! We REALLY need to do something
about THEM! We need a new mayor who can salve these problems. lf 1 am
elected mayor, we'll be proud of our s, s, and s
again! Vote forme!
1 child-children age 20 pregnant
2 baby/infant 11 young
3 toddler 12 middle-aged 21 physically challenged

4 boy 13 old/elderly 22 vision impaired


5 girl 23 hearing impaired
height
6 teenager 14 tall
15 average height
7 adult
16 short
8 man-men
9 woman-women weight
10 senior citizen/ elderly person 17 heavy
18 average weight
19 thin/slim
Describing Hair
24 long 27 straight 30 black 35 bald
25 shoulder length 28 wavy 31 brown
26 short 29 curly 32 blond 36 beard
33 red 37 mustache
34 gray

A. Tell me about your brother. A. What does your new boss look like?
B. He's a tal/ heavy boy with short curly B. She's average height, and she has long straight
brown hair. black hair.

A. Can you describe the person? A. Can you describe your grandmother?
B. He's a tal/ thin middle-aged man. B. She's a short thin elderly person with long wavy
A. Anything else? gray hair.
B. Yes. He's bald, and he has a mustache. A. Anything else?
B. Yes. She's hearing impaired.
Tell about yourself.
Tell about people in your family.
Tell about your favorite actor or actress or other famous person.
1-2 new- old 25-26 dark - light
3-4 young - old 27-28 high - low
5-6 tall - short 29-30 loase - tight
7-8 long - short 31-32 good - bad
9-10 large/big - small/little 33-34 hot - cold
11-12 fast - slow 35-36 neat - messy
13-14 heavy/fat - thin/skinny 37-38 clean - dirty
15-16 heavy - light 39-40 soft - hard
17-18 straight - crooked 41-42 easy - difficult/hard
19-20 straight - curly 43-44 smooth - rough
21-22 wide - narrow 45-46 noisy/loud - quiet
23-24 thick - thin 47-48 married - single
@...~;:iJ] =@)
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49-50 rich/wealthy - poor 61-62 expensive - cheap/inexpensive
51-52 pretty/beautiful - ugly 63-64 fancy - plain
53-54 handsome - ugly 65-66 shiny - dull
55-56 wet - dry 67-68 sharp - dull
57-58 open - closed 69-70 comfortable - uncomfortable
59-60 full - empty 71-72 honest - dishonest

[1-2)
A. Is your car new?
B. No. lt's old.

1-2 Is your car Are the windows ?


3-4 Is he ? 39-40 Is the mattress ?
5-6 Is your sister ? 41-42 Is the homework ?
7-8 Is his hair ? 43-44 Is your skin ?
9-10 Is their dog ? 45-46 Is your neighbor ?
11-12 Is the train ? 47-48 Is your sister ?
13-14 Is your friend ? 49-50 Is your uncle ?
15-16 Is the box ? 51-52 Is the witch ?
17-18 Is the road ? 53-54 Is the pirate ?
19-20 Is her hair ? 55-56 Are the clothes ?
21-22 Is the tie ? 57-58 Is the door ?
23-24 Is the line ? 59-60 Is the pitcher ?
25-26 Is the room ? 61-62 Is that restaurant ?
27-28 Is the bridge ? 63-64 Is the dress ?
29-30 Are the pants ? 65-66 Is your kitchen floor ?
31-32 Are your neighbor's children ? 67-68 Is the knife ?
33-34 Is the water ? 69-70 Is the chair ?
35-36 Is your desk ? 71-72 Is he ?

A. Tell me about your . A. Do you have a/an __ ? Describe yourself.


B. He's/She's/lt's/They're --· B. No. 1 have a/an -- . Describe a person you know.
Describe sorne things in your home.
Describe sorne things in your community.
l

1 tired 5 hot 9 full 13 excited


2 sleepy 6 cold 10 happy 14 disappointed
3 exhausted 7 hungry 11 sad/unhappy 15 upset
4 sick/ill 8 thirsty 12 miserable 16 annoyed
17 angry/mad 21 surprised 25 nervous 29 proud
18 furious 22 shocked 26 worried 30 embarrassed
19 disgusted 23 lonely 27 scared/afraid 31 jealous
20 frustrated 24 homesick 28 bored 32 confused

A. You look _ A. Are you ?


B. 1 am. l'm VERY --- B. No. Why do you ask? Do l LOOK ?
A. Yes. You do.

What makes you happy? sad? mad?

What do you do when you feel nervous? annoyed?

Do you ever feel embarrassed? When?


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48 ._...---- - FRUITS

1 apple 7 apricot 14 avocado 20 lemon 27 dates


2 peach 8 nectarine 15 cantaloupe 21 lime 28 raisins
3 pear 9 kiwi 16 honeydew (melon) 22 oran ge 29 nuts
4 banana 10 papaya 17 watermelon 23 tangerine 30 raspberries
5 planta in 11 mango 18 pineapple 24 grapes 31 blueberries
6 plum 12 fig 19 grapefruit 25 cherries 32 strawberries
13 coconut 26 prunes

[1-23] [24-32)
A. This apple is delicious! A. These grapes are delicious.
Where did you get it? Where did you get them?
B. At Sam's Supermarket. B. At Franny's Fruit Stand.

A. l'm hungry. Do we have any fruit? A. Do we have any more s?t What are your favorite fruits?
B. Yes. We have s* and B. No. 1'11 get sorne more when 1 go Which fruits don't you like?
___ s.* to the supermarket.
Which of these fruits grow where you live"
* With
15-19, use: t With 15-19 use:
We have __ and __ . Do we have any more __ ?
Name and describe other fruits you knov,
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VEGETABLES 49 ·'

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1 celery 11 bok choy 21 brussels sprout 31 green pepper /


2 corn 12 zucchini 22 cucumber sweet pepper
3 broccoli 13 acorn squash 23 to mato 32 red pepper
4 cauliflower 14 butternut squash 24 carrot 33 jalapeño (pepper)
5 spinach 15 garlic 25 radish 34 chili pepper
6 parsley 16 pea 26 mushroom 35 beet
7 asparagus 17 string bean/ green bean 27 artichoke 36 onion
8 eggplant 18 lima bean 28 potato 37 scallion/green onion
9 lettuce 19 black bean 29 sweet potato 38 turnip
10 cabbage 20 kidney bean 30 yam

A. What do we need from the supermarket?


B. We need celery* and peas.t
*1-15 t16-38

A. How do you like the A. Bobby? Finish your vegetables! Which vegeta bles do you like?
[1-15] ¡ [16-38] s? B. But you KNOW 1 hate Which vegetables don't you like?
B. lt's/They're delicious. [1-15) ¡ [16-38] s!
Which of these vegetables grow where you live?
A. 1 know. But it's/they're good for you!
Name and describe other vegetables you know.
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Meat Poultry Seafood


1 steak 8 tripe 15 chicken FISH SHELLFISH

2 ground beef 9 liver 16 chicken breasts 22 salmón 29 shrimp


3 stewing beef 10 pork 17 chicken legs/ 23 halibut 30 scallops
4 roast beef 11 pork chops drumsticks 24 haddock 31 crabs
5 ribs 12 sausages 18 chicken wings 25 flounder 32 clams
6 leg of lamb 13 ham 19 chicken thighs 26 trout 33 mussels
7 lamb chops 14 bacon 20 turkey 27 catfish 34 oysters
21 duck 28 filet of sole 35 lobster

A. l'm going to the supermarket. What do we need?


B. Please get sorne steak.
A. Steak? All right.

A. Excuse me. Where can 1 find ? A. This/These looks/ Do you eat meat, poultry, or seafood?
B. Look in the Section. look very fresh! Which of these foods do you like?
A. Thank you. B. Let's get sorne for dinner.
Which of these foods are popular in
your country?
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Dairy Products Ju ices Beverages


1 milk 8 margarine 15 apple juice 23 soda
2 low-fat milk 9 sour cream 16 pineapple juice 24 diet soda
3 skim milk 10 cream cheese 17 grapefruit ju ice 25 bottled water
4 chocolate milk 11 cottage cheese 18 tomato juice
5 orange juice* 12 yogurt 19 grape juice Coffee and Tea
6 cheese 13 tofu* 20 fruit punch 26 coffee 29 tea
7 butter 14 eggs 21 juice paks 27 decaffei nated 30 herbal tea
coff ee / decaf 31 cocoa/
* Orange juice and tofu are not dairy products, 22 powdered drink
28 instant coffee hot chocolate
but they're usuallyfound in this section. mix
mix

A. l'rn going to the supermarket to get sorne milk.


Do we need anything else?
B. Yes. Please get sorne apple juice.

A. Excuse me. Where can 1 find ? A. Look! is/are on sale Which of these foods do you like?
B. Look in the Section. this week!
Which of these foods are good for you?
A. Thanks. B. Let's get sorne!
Which brands of these foods do you buy?
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~ DELI, FROZEN FOODS, ANO SNACK FOODS

@a::a --= ~@
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Deli Frozen Foods Snack Foods


1 roast beef 7 pastrami 13 petate salad 18 ice cream 23 petate chips
2 bologna 8 Swiss cheese 14 cole slaw 19 frozen vegetables 24 tortilla chips
3 salami 9 provolone 15 macaroni salad 20 frozen dinners 25 pretzels
4 ham 10 American cheese 16 pasta salad 21 frozen lemonade 26 nuts
5 turkey 11 mozzarella 17 seafood salad 22 frozen orange juice 27 popcorn
6 cerned beef 12 cheddar cheese

A. Should we get sorne roast beef?


B. Good idea. And let's get sorne potato salad.

[1-17) [1-27) What kinds of snack foods are popular in your


A. May 1 help you? A. Excuse me. Where is/ are ? country?
B. Yes, please. l'd like B. lt's/They're in the Section.
sorne _ Are frozen foods common in your country? Wha:
kinds of foods are in the Frozen Foods Section?
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GROCERIES - -- · 53' z 1

Packaged Goods Canned Goods Condiments Baked Goods


1 cereal 8 soup 15 ketchup 23 soy sauce 30 bread
2 cookies 9 tuna (fish) 16 mustard 24 mayonnaise 31 rolls
3 crackers 10 (canned) vegetables 17 relish 25 (cooking) oíl 32 English muffins
4 macaroni 11 (canned) fruit 18 pickles 26 olive oil 33 pita bread
5 noodles 19 olives 27 salsa 34 cake
Jams and Jellies 20 salt 28 vi negar
6 spaghetti
7 rice
12 jam 21 pepper 29 salad dressing Baking Products
13 jelly 22 spices
35 flour
14 peanut butter 36 sugar
37 cake mix

A. 1 got cereal and soup. What else is on the shopping list?


B. Ketchup and bread.

A. Excuse me. l'm looking A. Pardon me. l'rn looking Which of these foods do you like?
for __ . for __ .
Which brands of these foods do you buy?
B. lt's/They're next to the B. lt's/They're between the
__ and the --·
Paper Products Household ltems Baby Products Pet Food
1 napkins 8 sandwich bags 15 baby cereal 20 cat food
2 paper cups 9 trash bags 16 baby food 21 dog food
3 tissues 10 soap 17 formula
4 straws 11 liquid soap 18 wipes
5 paper plates 12 aluminum foil 19 (disposable) diapers
6 paper towels 13 plastic wrap
7 toilet paper 14 waxed paper

A. Excuse me. Where can 1 find napkins?


B. Napkins? Look in Aisle 4.

(7, 10-17, 20, 21] (1-6, 8, 9, 18, 19) What do you need from the superrnarket"
A. We forgot to get _ A. We forgot to get _ Make a complete shopping list!
B. 1'11 get it. Where is it? B. 1'11 get them. Where are they?
A. lt's in Aisle _ A. They're in Aisle _
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THE SUPERMARKET
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1 aisle 8 shopping cart 15 express checkout (line) 22 clerk


2 shopper / customer 9 (chewing) gum 16 tabloid (newspaper) 23 sea le
3 shopping basket 10 candy 17 magazine 24 can-return
4 checkout line 11 coupons 18 scanner machine
s checkout counter 12 cashier 19 plastic bag 25 bottle-return
6 conveyor belt 13 paper bag 20 produce machi ne
7 cash register 14 bagger I packer 21 manager

(1-8, 11-19, 21-25) [9, 10, 201


A. This is a gigantic supermarket! A. This is a gigantic supermarket!
B. lt is! Look at all the aisles! B. lt is. Look at all the produce!

Where do you usually shop for food? Do you go to a supermarket, or do you go to a


small grocery store? Describe the place where you shop.

Describe the differences between U.S. supermarkets and food stores in your country.
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56 CONTAINERSANO QUANT;TIES

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1 bag 5 can 9 head 14 roll 18 pint
2 bottle 6 carton 10 jar 15 six-pack 19 quart
3 box 7 container 11 loaf-loaves 16 stick 20 half-gallon
4 bunch 8 dozen* 12 pack 17 tube 21 gallon
13 package 22 liter
* "a dozen eggs," NOT "a dozen of eggs" 23 pound

l
·J A. Please get a bag of flour when A. Please get two bottles of ketchup
you go to the supermarket. when you go to the supermarket.
[ B. A bag of flour? Okay. B. Two bottles of ketchup? Okay.

[At home] [In a supermarket] Open your kitchen cabinets and


A. What did you get at the A. Is this the express checkout line? refrigerator. Make a list of all the things
supermarket? B. Yes, it is. Do you have more than you find.
B. lgot __ r __ ,and __ , eight items?
What do you do with empty bottles, jars
A. No. 1 only have __ , __ , and cans? Do you recycle them, reuse
and _ them, or throw them away?
- UNITS OF MEASURE ~
--~

~=
teaspoon tablespoon 1 (fluid) ounce
tsp. Tbsp. 1 fl. oz.

cup pint quart gallon


c. pt. qt. gal.
8 fl. ozs. 16 fl. ozs. 32 fl. ozs. 128 fl. ozs.

A. How much water should 1 put in? A. This fruit punch is delicious! What's in it?
B. The recipe says to add one of water. B. Two s of apple juice, three _
of orange juice, anda of grape juice.

o
an ounce a quarter half a pound three-quarters a pound
of a pound of a pound
1/4 lb. 1/2 lb. 3/4 lb. lb.
oz. 4 ozs. 8 ozs. 12 ozs. 16 ozs.

A. How much roast beef would you like? A. This chili tastes very good! What did you put
B. l'd like r please. in it?
A. Anything else? B. of ground beef, of beans, _
B. Yes. Please give me of Swiss cheese. of tomatoes, and of chili powder.
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25,

1 cut (up) 6 break 11 combine __ and __ 16 boíl


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21 simmer
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2 chop (up) 7 beat 12 mix __ and __ 17 broil 22 roast


3 si ice 8 stir 13 put __ in __ 18 steam 23 barbecue / grill
4 grate 9 pour 14 cook 19 fry 24 stir-fry
5 peel 10 add 15 bake 20 saute 25 microwave

A. Can 1 help you?


B. Yes. Please cut up the vegetables.

[1-25] What's your favorite recipe? Give instructions and use the
A. What are you doing? units of measure on page 57. For example:
B. l'm ing the . Mix a cup of flour and two tablespoons of sugar.
Add half a pound of butter.
Bake at 350° (degrees) for twenty minutes.
[14-25]
A. How long should 1 the ?
B. the for minutes/seconds.
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KITCHEN UTENSILS ANO COOKWARE -- • -: sg-.

1 ice cream scoop 10 wok 19 roasting pan 28 cookie sheet


2 can opener 11 ladle 20 roasting rack 29 cookie cutter
3 bottle opener 12 strainer 21 carving knife 30 (mixing) bowl
4 (vegetable) peeler 13 spatula 22 saucepan 31 whisk
5 (egg) beater 14 steamer 23 colander 32 measuring cup
6 lid/ cover /top 15 knife 24 kitchen timer 33 measuring spoon
7 pot 16 garlic press 25 rolling pin 34 cake pan
8 frying pan/skillet 17 grater 26 pie plate 35 woodenspoon
9 double boiler 18 casserole dish 27 paring knife

A. Could 1 possibly borrow your ice cream scoop?


B. Sure. 1'11 be happy to lend you my ice cream scoop.
A. Thanks.

[A Commercial] What kitchen utensils and


A. What are you looking far? Come to Kitchen World! We have cookware do you have in
B. 1 can't find the _ everything you need for your kitchen, from your kitchen?
_ __ s and s, to s
A. Look in that drawer/in that cabinet/ Which things do you use
on the counter/next to the / and s. Are you looking for a new
___ ? Is it time to throw out your old very often?
___ ? Come to Kitchen World today!
Which things do you
We have everything you need!
rarely use?
-

~ -=~ ~- - - FAST FOOD

1 hamburger 8 nachos 15 frozen yogurt 22 plastic utensils


2 cheeseburger 9 taco 16 milkshake 23 ketchup
3 hot dog 10 burrito 17 soda 24 mustard
4 fish sandwich 11 slice of pizza 18 lids 25 mayonnaise
5 chicken sandwich 12 bowl of chili 19 papercups 26 relish
6 fried chicken 13 salad 20 straws 27 salad dressing
7 french fries 14 ice cream 21 napkins

A. Excuse me. We're almost out


A. May 1 help you? of 118-271
B. Yes. l'd like a/an [1-5, 9-171 / B. 1'11 get sorne more from the
an order of (6-8) supply room. Thanks for
telling me.

Do you go to fast-food restaurants? Which ones? How often? What do you order?

Are there fast-food restaurants in your country? Are they popular? What foods do they have?
---- THE COFFEE SHOP ANO SANDWICHES - ·-- . - 61'- ~
--- - -

1 donut 8 eggs 15 coffee 22 tuna fish sandwich 29 white bread


2 muffin 9 pancakes 16 decaf coffee 23 egg salad sandwich 30 whole wheat
3 bagel 10 waffles 17 tea 24 chicken salad sandwich bread
4 bun 11 toast 18 iced tea 25 ham and cheese sandwich 31 pita bread
5 danish / pastry 12 bacon 19 lemonade 26 comed beef sandwich 32 pumpernickel
6 biscuit 13 sausages 20 hot chocolate 27 BLT/bacon, lettuce, and 33 rye bread
7 croissant 14 home fries 21 milk tomato sandwich 34 a roll
28 roast beef sandwich 35 a submarine roll

A. May 1 help you? A. l'd like a [22-281 on [29-35) , please.


B. Yes. l'd like a (1-7] I B. What do you want on it?
an order of (8-14) , please. A. Lettuce /to mato/ mayonnaise / mustard / ...
A. Anything to drink?
B. Yes. 1'11 have a small/medium-size/
large / extra-large [15-21]

Do you like these foods? Which ones? Where do you get them? How often do you have them?
~ ~- ,,--·- - -- THE R~S~AURA
' ~ -- -

A seat the customers 1 hostess 7 booster seat 13 salad bar


B pour the water 2 host 8 menu 14 dining room
e take the order 3 díner / patron/ customer 9 bread basket 15 kítchen
D serve the meal 4 booth 10 busperson 16 chef
5 table 11 waítress/ server
6 high chair 12 waiter / server

[4-9] [10-12] (1, 2, 13-16)


A. Would you like a booth? A. Helio. My name is Julie, and 1'11 A. This restaurant has a wonderful
B. Yes, please. be your waitress this evening. salad bar.
B. Helio. B. 1 agree.
. -s.

·-- - . 63"

E clear the table 17 dishroom 23 salad plate 31 napkin


F pay the check 18 dishwasher 24 bread-and-butter plate
silverware
G leave a tip 19 tray 25 dinner plate
32 salad fork
H set the table 20 dessert cart 26 soup bowl
33 dinner fork
21 check 27 water glass
34 knife
22 tip 28 wine glass
35 teaspoon
29 cup
36 soup spoon
30 saucer
37 butter knife

[A-HI [23-37]

¡
A. Please _ A. Excuse me. Where does the go?
B. All right. 1'11 right away. to the left of the
B. lt goes to thhe right of the
on t e .
between the and the _

[1, 2, 10-12, 16, 18] [23-37] Tell about a restaurant you know.
A. Do you have any job openings? A. Excuse me. 1 dropped my _ Describe the place and the people. (Is
B. Yes. We're looking for a the restaurant large or small? How many
B. That's okay. 1'11 get you another
___ from the kitchen. tables are there? How many people work
there? Is there a salad bar? ... )
·- ~ - A RESTAURANT MENU
- -- -

12 meatloaf
7 tossed salad/ 13 roast beef ¡ 18. a baked
1 · fruit cup/ n · garden salad prime rib
pota to 24. chocolate ca'k
f ·t cockta1
ru1 .. 19. mashed 25. apple pie
2 tomato JUICkte .l B. Greek salad 14. baked chicken potatoes 26. ice cream
3. shrimp coc at 9 spinach salad 15. broiíed físh 20. french fries 27. jello
4. chicken wmgs 1Ó. antipasto (plate) 16. spaghetti and 21. rice 28. PUdding
5· nachos . 11 . Caesar salad meatballs 22. noodles 29. ice cream
6: potato skms 17. veal cutlet 23. mixed sundae
vegetables

[Ordering dinner)
A. May 1 take your order?
B. Yes, please. For the appetizer, l'd like the 11-61
A. And what kind of salad would you like?
B. 1'11 have the [7-11)
A. And for the main course?
B. l'd like the 112-17] , please. (Ordering dessert]
A. What side dish would you like with that? A. Would you care for sorne dessert?
B. Hmm. 1think1'11 have 118-23' B. Yes. 1'11 have 124-281 /an [291

Tell about the food ata restaurant you know. What's on the menu?

What are sorne typical foods on the menus of restaurants in your country?
A. What's your favorite color?
B. Red.

... 1 like your shirt. A. My TV is broken. Do you know the flags of different countries?
You look very good in _ B. What's the matter with it? What are the colors of flags you know?
3. Thank you. is my A. People's faces are _ What color makes you happy? What color
favorite color. the sky is , and the makes you sad? Why?
grass is _
1 blouse 9 sweater 15 uniform 23 tunic
2 skirt 10 jacket 16 T-shirt 24 leggings
3 shirt 11 sport coat/sport jacket/ 17 shorts 25 overalls
4 pants/ slacks jacket 18 maternity dress 26 turtleneck
5 sport shirt 12 suit 19 jumpsuit 27 tuxedo
6 jea ns 13 three-piece suit 20 vest 28 bow tie
7 knit shirt/jersey 14 tie/necktie 21 jumper 29 (evening) gow~
8 dress 22 blazer

A. l think l'll wear my new blouse today.


B. Good idea!

A. 1 really like your A. Oh, no! 1 just ripped What dothing items in this lesson do you wear?
B. Thank you. my !
What color dothing do you like to wear?
A. Where did you get it/them? B. What a shame!
B. At .............. What do you wear at work or at school? at parties"
at weddings?
coat 8 cap
--.._
- 15 umbrella 22 ski mask
overcoat 9 leather jacket 16 poncho 23 down jacket
hat 10 baseball cap 17 rain jacket 24 mittens
jacket 11 windbreaker 18 rain boots 25 par ka
scarf I muffler 12 raincoat 19 ski hat 26 sunglasses
sweater jacket 13 rain hat 20 ski jacket 27 ear muffs
tights 14 trench coat 21 gloves 28 down vest

A. What's the weather like today?


B. lt's cool/cold/raining/snowing.
A. 1think1'11wear my _

-6,8-17, 19,20,22,23,25,28] [7, 18, 21, 24, 26, 27] What do you wear outside when the weather is
May 1 help you? A. May 1 help you? cool? /when it's raining? /when it's very cold?
Yes, please. l'm looking for B. Yes, please. l'm Jooking for
a/an _
1 pajamas 7 undershirt/T-shirt 13 (bikini) panties 19 stockings
2 nightgown 8 (jockey) shorts/ underpants/ 14 briefs/ underpants 20 pantyhose
3 nightshirt briefs 15 bra 21 tights
4 bathrobe/robe 9 boxer shorts/boxers 16 camisole 22 knee-hiqbs
5 slippers 10 athletic supporter / jockstra p 17 half slip 23 knee socks
6 blanket sleeper 11 long underwear /long johns 18 (full) slip
12 socks

A. 1 can't find my new _


B. Did you look in the bureau/ dresser / closet?
A. Yes, 1 did.
B. Then it's/they're probably in the wash.

What sleepwear items do you wear? What sleepwear items do people in your family wear?
1 tank top 7 sweatshirt 13 shoes 21 sandals
2 running shorts 8 sweatpants 14 (high) heels 22 thongs/
3 sweatband 9 cover-up 15 pumps flip-flops
4 jogging suit/ 10 swimsuit/bathing suit 16 loafers 23 boots
running suit/ 11 swimming trunks/ 17 sneakers/ athletic shoes 24 work boots
warm-up suit swimsuit/ 18 tennis shoes 25 hiking boots
s T-shirt bathing suit 19 running shoes 26 cowboy boots
6 lycra shorts/ 12 leotard 20 high-tops/high-top 27 mocea si ns
bike shorts sneakers

[1-12] [13-27]
A. Excuse me. 1 found this/these _ A. Are those new ?
in the dryer. Is it/ Are they yours? B. Yes, they are.
B. Yes. lt's/They're mine. Thank you. A. They're very nice.
B. Thanks.

Do you exercise? What do you do? What kind of clothing do you wear when you exercise?

What kind of shoes do you wear when you go to work orto school? when you exercise?
when you relax at home? when you go out with friends or family members?
1 ring 7 chain 14 suspenders 21 purse/handbag
2 engagement ring 8 beads 15 watch/wrist watch pocketbook
3 wedding ring/wedding 9 pin/brooch 16 handkerchief 22 shoulder bag
band 10 locket 17 key ring/key chain 23 tote bag
4 earrings 11 bracelet 18 change purse 24 book bag
5 necklace 12 barrette 19 wallet 25 backpack
6 pearl necklace / pearls/ 13 cuff links 20 belt 26 makeup bag
string of pearls 27 briefcase

A. Oh, no! 1think1 lost my ring! A. Oh, no! 1 think 1 lost my earrings
B. 1'11 help you look for it. B. 1'11 help you look for them.

fin a store] [On the street) Do you like to wear jewelry? What
A. Excuse me. Is this/ Are these A. Help! Police! Stop that man/woman! jewelry do you have?
___ on sale this week? B. What happened?!
In your country, what do men, womer
B. Yes. lt's/They're half price. A. He/She just stole my _ and children use to carry their thinqs"
andmy _
~

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Types of Clothing 9 knee-high socks 17 cotton T-shirt Patterns Sizes
1 long-sleeved shirt 10 ankle socks 18 denim jacket 25striped 33 extra-small
2 short-sleeved shirt 11 crew socks 19 flannel shirt 26checked 34 small
3 sleeveless shirt 20 polyester blouse 27plaid 35 medium
4 turtleneck (shirt) 12 pierced earrings 21 linen dress 28polka-dotted 36 large
13 clip-on earrings 22 silk scarf 29patterned/ 37 extra-large
5 V-neck sweater 23 wool sweater print
6 cardigan sweater Types of Material
24 straw hat 30 flowered/
7 crewneck sweater 14 corduroy pants
floral
8 turtleneck sweater 15 leather boots
31 paisley
16 nylon stockings
32 solid blue

'1-24) [25-32] (33-37)


A. May 1 help you? A. How do you like this A. What size are you
B. Yes, please. l'm looking for a shirt.* ___ tie/shirt/skirt? looking for?
A. What kind? B. Actually, 1 prefer that B.
B. l'm looking for a long-sleeved shirt. ___ one.
* With 9-16: l'm looking for --·

Describe your favorite clothing items. For each ítem, tell about the color, the type of material, the size, and the pattern.
o--
@>
o
o

1-2 long - short 9-10 fancy - plain 17 stained collar 21 shorten the skirt
3-4 tight - loose/baggy 11-12 heavy - light 18 ripped/torn pocket 22 lengthen the s/eevE:
5-6 large/big - small 13-14 dark - light 19 broken zipper 23 take in the jacket
7-8 high- low 15-16 wide - narrow 20 missing button 24 let out the pants
25 fix/repair the seam

11-2
A. Are the sleeves too long?
B. No. They're too short.

1-2 Are the sleeves too ? 9-10 Are the buttons too ?
3-4 Are the pants too ? 11-12 Is the coat too ?
5-6 Are the buttonholes too ? 13-14 Is the color too ?
7-8 Are the heels too ? 15-16 Are the lapels too ?

[17-20] [21-251
A. What's the matter with it? A. Please shorten the skin
B. lt has a stained collar. B. Shorten the skirt? Okay

Tell about the differences between clothing people wear now and clothing people wore a long time ago.
A sort the laundry 1 laundry 11 dryer 20 spray starch
B load the washer 2 light clothing 12 lint trap 21 clean clothing
e unload the washer 3 dark clothing 13 static cling remover 22 do set
o load the dryer 4 laundry basket 14 clothesline 23 hanger
E hang clothes on the 5 laundry bag 15 clothespin 24 drawer
clothesline 6 washer/washing machine 16 iron 25 shelf-shelves
1:: iron 7 laundry detergent 17 ironing board
G fold the laundry 8 fabric softener 18 wrinkled clothing
..¡ hang up clothing
9 bleach 19 ironed clothing
put things away 10 wet clothing

..;,-1] 14-6, 1 14-17 23] 7_9 3, 20


A. What are you doing? A. Excuse me. Do you sell s? A. Excuse me. Do you sell ?
B. l'm ing. B. Yes. They're at the back of the store. B. Yes. lt's at the back of the store.
A. Thank you. A. Thank you.

Who does the laundry in your home?


What things does this person use?
1 (store) directory 8 Women's Clothing Department 14 Customer Assistance Counter
2 Jewelry Counter 9 Children's Clothing Department Customer Service Counter
3 Perfume Counter 10 Housewares Department 15 men's room
4 escalator 11 Furniture Department/ 16 ladies' room
5 elevator Home Furnishings Department 17 water fountain
6 Men's Clothing 12 Household Appliances 18 snack bar
Department Department 19 Gift Wrap Counter
7 customer pickup area 13 Electronics Department

A. Excuse me. Where's A. Excuse me. Do you sell ties*?


the store directory? B. Yes. You can find ties* in the
B. lt's over there, next to ~6. 8-131 /at the 2 31
the Jewelry Counter. on the first/second/third/fourth floor.
A. Thanks. A. Thank you.
B. You're welcome.
*ties/braceletsldressesltoasters/. ..

Describe a department store you know. Tell what is on each floor.


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A buy 1 sale sign 5 discount 9 regular price


B return 2 la bel 6 size 10 sale price
e exchange 3 price tag 7 material 11 price
o try on 4 receipt 8 care instructions 12 sales tax
E pay for 13 total price
F get sorne information about

A. May 1 help you? What's the [5-7, 9-131 ?


B. Yes, please. 1 want to A. { What are the [8) ?
[A-F] this ítem. B.
A. Certainly. 1'11 be glad A. Are you sure?
to help you. B. Yes. Look at the [1-4)

Nhich stores in your area have sales? How often?

Tell about something you bought on sale.


1 TV /television 11 camcorder/ 20 record 29 portable/personal CD
2 plasma TV video camera 21 turntable pi ayer
3 LCD TV 12 battery pack 22 CD/compact disc 30 portable/ personal
4 projection TV 13 battery charger 23 CD player cassette player
5 portable TV 14 radio 24 tuner 31 headphones
6 remete (control) 15 dock radio 25 (audio)tape/ 32 portable /personal
16 shortwave radio (audio)cassette digital audio player
7 DVD
17 tape recorder/ 26 tape deck/ 33 video game system
J DVD player
cassette recorder cassette deck 34 video game
9 video/videocassette I
videotape 18 microphone 27 speakers 35 hand-held video game
10 VCR / videocassette 19 stereo system/ 28 portable stereo
recorder sound system system/boombox

A. May 1 help you?


B. Yes, please. l'm looking for a TV.
* With 27 & 31, use: l'm looking for __

A. 1 like your new _ A. Which company makesthe best What video and audio equipment do you
Where did you get it/them? ___ ? have or want?
B. At ..... {n?rn~Pf ~.t.cm~J..... B. In my opinion, the best _
In your opinion, which brands of video anc
is/are made by .
audio equipment are the best?
----~ TELEPHONES ANO CAMERAS ~ ~

1 telephone / phone 7 pager 13 adapter 20 tripod


2 cordless phone 8 PDA/electronic personal 14 (35 millimeter) camera 21 flash (attachment)
3 cell phone/cellular organizer 15 lens 22 camera case
phone 9 fax machine 16 film 23 slide projector
4 battery 10 (pocket) calculator 17 zoom lens 24 (movie) screen
5 battery charger 11 adding machine 18 digital camera
6 answering machine 12 voltage regulator 19 memory disk

A. Can 1 help you?


B. Yes. 1 want to buy a telephone.*

* With 16, use: 1 want to buy --·

A. Excuse me. Do you sell A. Which is the best? What kind of telephone do you use?
___ s?* B. This one here. lt's made by
Do you have a camera? What kind is it?
B. Yes. We have a large ... .f ~?.'!?P.?.'!YJ......
selection of s. What do you take pictures of?

• With 16, use the singular. Does anyone you know have an answering
machine? When you call, what message
do you hear?
Computer Hardware 6 disk drive 12 joystick Computer Software
1 (desktop) computer 7 (floppy) disk 13 track ball 19 word-processing prograr
2 CPU/central 8 keyboard 14 modem 20 spreadsheet program
processing unit 9 mouse 15 surge protector 21 educational software
3 monitor/screen 10 flat panel screen/ 16 printer program
4 CD-ROM drive LCD screen 17 scanner 22 computer game
5 CD-ROM 11 notebook computer 18 cable

A. Can you recommend a good computer?


B. Yes. This computer here is excellent.

A. Is that a new ? A. May 1 help you? Do you use a computer? When?


B. Yes. B. Yes, please. Do you sell s?
In your opinion, how have computers
A. Where did you get it? A. Yes. We carry a complete line of
___ s. changed the world?
B. At ... ./!"!?.'!!~ .?!. ~.t.o:~L ...
1 board game 11 doll house furniture 21 hula hoop 31 stickers
2 (jigsaw) puzzle 12 action figure 22 jump rope 32 bicycle
3 construction set 13 stuffed animal 23 bubble soap 33 tricycle
4 (building) blocks 14 matchbox car 24 trading cards 34 wagon
5 rubber ball 15 toy truck 25 crayons 35 skateboard
6 beach ball 16 racing car set 26 (color) markers 36 swing set
7 pail and shovel 17 train set 27 coloring book 37 play house
8 doll 18 model kit 28 construction paper 38 kiddie pool/
9 doll clothing 19 science kit 29 paint set inflatable pool
10 doll house 20 walkie-talkie (set) 30 (modeling) clay

A. Excuse me. l'm looking for (a/an) (s) for my grandson.*


B. Look in the next aisle.
A. Thank you.
* grandson/granddaughter/ ...

A. 1 don't know what to get my A. Mom/Dad? Can we buy What toys are most popular in your country?
............. -year-old son I daughter this/these ?
for his/her birthday. B. No, Johnny. Not today. What were your favorite toys when you were
B. What about (a) ? a child?
A. Good idea! Thanks.
A make a deposit 1 deposit slip 8 (bank) vault
B make a withdrawal 2 withdrawal slip 9 safe deposit box
e cash a check 3 check 10 teller
o get traveler's checks 4 traveler's check 11 security guard
E open an account 5 bankbook/passbook 12 ATM (machine)/
F apply for a loan 6 ATM card cash machine
G exchange currency 7 credit card 13 bank officer

[A-G] [5-7)
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[8-131
A. Where are you going? A. What are you looking for? A. How many s does the
B. l'm going to the bank. B. My . 1 can't find it State Street Bank have?
1 haveto _ anywhere! B .

Do you have a bank account? What kind? Where? What do you do at the bank?
Do you ever use traveler's checks? When?
Do you have a credit card? What kind? When do you use it?
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Forms of Payment Household Bills Family Finances Using an ATM Machine


1 cash 6 rent 16 balance the 22 insert the ATM card
2 check 7 mortgage payment checkbook 23 enter your PIN number/
a check number 8 electric bill 17 write a check personal identification
b account number 9 telephone bill 18 bank online number
3 credit card 10 gas bill 19 checkbook 24 select a transaction
a credit card 11 oil bill/heating bill 20 check register 25 make a deposit
number 12 water bill 21 monthly statement 26 withdraw / get cash
4 money order 13 cable TV bill 27 transfer funds
5 traveler's check 14 car payment 28 remove your card
15 credit card bill 29 take your transaction slip/
receipt

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A. Can 1 pay by [1, 21 /with a
13-5] ?
B. Yes. We accept -1.!L/
A. What are you doing?
l'm paying the
B. l'm [16-18] ing.
16-151

{ l'rn looking for the


A. What should 1 do?
B. ·22-291

[2-51 s. 119-211

What household bilis do you receive? How much do you pay for the different bilis?

Who takes care of the fínances in your household? What does that person do?

Do you use ATM machines? lf you do, how do you use them?
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1 letter 8 parcel post 16 selective service 24 rnail slot


2 postcard 9 certified mail registration form 25 postal worker I
3 air letter/ 10 stamp 17 passport application form postal clerk
aerogramme 11 sheet of stamps 18 envelope 26 scale
4 package/parce! 12 roll of stamps 19 return address 27 stamp machine
5 first class 13 book of stamps 20 mailing address 28 letter carrierI
6 priority mail 14 money order 21 zip code mail carrier
7 express mail I 15 change-of-address 22 postrnark 29 mail truck
overnight mail form 23 starnp/ posta ge 30 mailbox

(1-4] [5-9)
A. Where are you going? A. How do you want to send it?
B. To the post office. 1 have B. , please.
to mail a/an

(10-17} [19-21, 23)


A. Next! A. Do you want me to mail this letter?
B. l'd like a , please. B. Yes, thanks.
A. Here you are. A. Oops! You forgot the _

How often do you go to the post office? What do you do there?

Tell about the postal system in your country.


1 online catalog 10 periodical section 19 (computer) software 26 dictionary
2 card catalog 11 journals 20 DVDs 27 encyclopedia
3 author 12 magazines 21 foreign language 28 atlas
4 title 13 newspapers section 29 reference desk
5 library card 14 media section 22 foreign language 30 (reference) librarían
6 copier / photocopier / 15 books on tape books 31 checkout desk
copy machine 16 audiotapes 23 reference section 32 library clerk
7 shelves 17 CDs 24 microfilm
8 children's section 18 videotapes 25 microfilm reader
9 children's books

(1, 2, 6-32) (8-23, 26-28)


A. Excuse me. Where's/Where are A. Excuse me. Where can 1 find a/an
the ? [26-28] / (9, 11-13, 15-20, 22) ?
B. Over there, at/ nearI next to B. Look in the (8, 10, 14. 21, 23]
the _ over there.

A. l'm having trouble finding a book. A. Excuse me. l'd like to check out this Do you go to a library? Where?
B. Do you know the [3-4) ? (26-28] /these (11-13] What does this library have?
A. Yes .. B. l'rn sorry. lt/They rnust rernain in the
library. Tell about how you use the library.
A police station 1 church 5 firefighter 13 game room
B fire station J synagogue 6 emergency room 14 swimming pool
e hospital 1< mosque 7 EMT/paramedic 15 sanitation worker
O town hall/ city hall L temple 8 ambulance 16 recycling center
E recreation center 9 mayor/ city manager 17 child-care worker
1 emergency operator 10 meeting room 18 nursery
F dump
2 police officer 11 gym 19 playroom
G child-care center
H senior center
3 police car 12 activities director 20 eldercare worker/
4 fire engine senior care worker

(A-L} [1, 2, 5, 7, 12, 15, 17 20] (3, 4, 8]


A. Where are you going? A. What do you do? A. Do you hear a siren?
B. l'm going to the _ B. l'rn a/an _ B. Yes. There's a/an _
coming up behind us.

What community instítutions are in your cíty or town? Where are they located?

Which communíty ínstitutions do you use? When?


1 car accident 7 kidnapping 13 blackout/power outage 19 vandalism
2 fire 8 lost child 14 gas leak 20 gang violence
3 explosion 9 car jacking 15 water main break 21 drunk driving
4 robbery 10 bank robbery 16 downed power line 22 drug dealing
5 burglary 11 assault 17 chemical spill
6 mugging 12 murder 18 train derailment

¡1-13) [14-18) [19-22)


A. 1 want to report a/an _ A. Why is this street closed? A. l'm very concerned about the
B. What's your location? B. lt's closed because of a amount of in our community.
A . B. 1 agree. is a very serious
problem.

Is there much crime in your community? Tell about it.

Have you ever experienced a críme or emergency? What happened?


1 head 9 iris 17 lip 25 abdomen 33 leg
2 hair 10 pupil 18 tooth-teeth 26 breast 34 thig~
3 forehead 11 cornea 19 gums 27 back 35 kneE
4 face 12 ear 20 tengue 28 arm 36 calf
5 eye 13 nos e 21 e hin 29 elbow 37 shin
6 eyebrow 14 cheek 22 neck 30 waist
7 eyelid 15 jaw 23 shoulder 31 hip
8 eyelashes 16 mouth 24 chest 32 buttocks
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38 hand 46 nerve 54 esophagus 62 muscles 69 skull


39 wrist 47 foot 55 lungs 63 bones 70 ribcage
40 thumb 48 ankle 56 heart 64 pancreas 71 pelvis
41 finger 49 heel 57 liver 65 kidneys 72 spinal column/
42 palm 50 toe 58 gallbladder 66 bladder spinal cord
43 fingernail 51 toenail 59 stomach 67 veins
44 knuckle 52 brain 60 large intestine 68 arteries
45 skin 53 throat 61 small intestine

A. My doctor checked my head and said everything is okay.


B. l'm glad to hear that.

[1, 3-7, 12-29, 31-51] (52-72] Describe yourself as completely as you can.
A. Ooh! A. My doctor wants me to have sorne tests.
Which parts of the body are most important at
B. What's the matter? B. Why?
school? at work? when you play your favorite
My hurts! A. She's concerned about my _
{ My sport?
s hurt!
1 headache 6 sore throat 11 rash 17 cavity 22 cramps
2 ea rache 7 fever/ 12 insect bite 18 blister 23 diarrhea
3 toothache temperature 13 sunburn 19 wart 24 chest pain
4 stomachache 8 cold 14 stiff neck 20 (the) hiccups 25 shortness of
5 backache 9 cough 15 runny nose 21 (the) chills breath
10 infection 16 bloody nose 26 laryngitis

A. What's the matter? A. What's the matter?


B. 1 have a/an [1-19] B. 1 have (20-26)
27 faint 32 exhausted 37 vomit/throw up 42 bruise 46 sprain
28 dizzy 33 cough 38 bleed 43 burn 47 dislocate
29 nauseous 34 sneeze 39 twist 44 hurt-hurt 48 break-broke
30 bloated 35 wheeze 40 scratch 45 cut-cut 49 swollen
31 congested 36 burp 41 scrape so itchy

¡ ¡
A. What's the problem? A. What happened?
1 feel [27-30] . 1 [39-45] ed my .
B. l'm (31-32] . B. 1 think 1 (46-48] ed my .
l've been 133-38] ing a lot. My is/are [49-50] .

A. How do you feel? Tell about the last time you didn't feel well. What was the matter?
B. Not so good./Not very well.z Terríblel
Tell about a time you hurt yourself. What happened? How?
A. What's the matter?
What did you do about it?
B and .
A. l'rn sorry to hear that. What do you do when you have a cold? a stomachache? an insect bite?
the hiccups?
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1 first-aid manual 8 gauze 15 CPR (cardiopulmonary 18 splint


2 first-aid kit 9 adhesive tape resuscitation) d broke a finger
3 (adhesive) bandage/ 10 tweezers a has no pulse 19 tourniquet
Band-Aid™ 11 antihistamine cream 16 rescue breathing e is bleeding
4 antiseptic cleansing 12 elastic bandage/ b isn't breathing
wipe Ace™ bandage 17 the Heimlich maneuver
5 sterile (dressing) pad 13 aspirin e is choking
6 hydrogen peroxide 14 non-aspirin pain
7 antibiotic ointment reliever

Do we have any 3-5. i2 si A. Help! My friend la-el


[6-11 13 14: ? B. 1 can help!
'""'-'"""""""' B. Yes. Look in the first-aid kit. 1 know how to do 115-1
{ 1 can make a 18 •9¡ .

Do you have a first-aid kit? lf you do, what's in it? lf you don't, where can you buy one?

Tell about a time when you gave or received first aid.

Where can a person learn first aid in your community?


1 hurt/injured 6 heart attack 11 get-got an 16 mumps 21 diabetes
2 in shock 7 allergic reaction electric shock 17 chicken pox 22 heart disease
3 unconscious 8 swallow poison 12 the flu/influenza 18 asthma 23 high blood pressure/
4 heatstroke 9 overdose on 13 an ear infection 19 cancer hypertension
5 frostbite drugs 14 strep throat 20 depression 24 TB/tuberculosis
10 fall-fell 15 measles 25 AIDS*
* Acquired lmmune Deficiency
Syndrome

A. \IVhathappened? A. My is sick.
is [1-31 . B. \IVhat's the matter?
A. He/She has (12-25
B. My . .. . ..
~ahs . [4-5]/ . f6-7l
{ 1 s avin g a a n -""----'--- B. l'm sorry to hear that.
[ 8-11 l ed.
A. \IVhat's your location?
B. . ... ~~?.9.r.~~.~~ .....

Tell about a medical emergency that happened to you or someone you know.

Which illnesses in this lesson are you familiar with?


A measure your height F examine your eyes, 1 scale 7 eye chart
and weight ears, nose, and throat 2 thermometer 8 stethoscope
8 take your temperature G listen to your heart 3 blood pressure gauge 9 X-ray machine
e check your blood H take a chest X-ray 4 needle/syringe
pressure 5 examination room
D draw sorne blood 6 examination table
E ask you sorne questions
about your health

[A-H] [A-H) [1-3, 5-9]


A. Now l'm going to measure A. What did the doctor/ nurse do A. So, how do you like our
your height and weight. during the examination? new scale?
B. Ali right. B. She/He measured my height B. lt's very nice, doctor.
and weight.
How often do you have a medical exam?

What does the doctor/nurse do?


waiting room 9 cotton balls injection/
8 close the wound 2 receptionist 10 alcohol shot
e dress the wound 3 insurance card 11 stitches 15 crutches 22 mask
o clean your teeth 4 medical history 12 gauze 16 ice pack 23 gloves
E examine your teeth form 13 tape 17 prescription 24 dentist
F give you a shot of 5 examination room 18 sling 25 dental
anesthetic/Novocainet" 6 doctor/physician 19 cast assistant
G drill the cavity 7 patient 20 brace 26 drill
H fill the tooth 8 nurse 27 filling

[A-Hl . [9, 10, 12, 13, 23]


A. Now l'm going to give you (a/an) [14-17] . A. 1 need { a 122, 261 .
{ put your in a [18-20]
B. Okay. B. Here you are.

Tell about a personal experience you had with a medica! or dental procedure.
1 rest in bed 5 exercise 9 heating pad 15 blood work/blood tests
2 drink fluids 6 take vitamins 10 humidifier 16 tests
3 gargle 7 see a specialist 11 air purifier 17 physical therapy
4 go on a diet 8 get acupuncture 12 cane 18 surgery
13 walker 19 counseling
14 wheelchair 20 braces

you should !1-8] A. What did the doctor say?


A. 1 think you should use a/an ~f_9-_1_4]~ 1 should [1-8]
{ you need (15-20] B. The doctor thinks 1 should use a/an __,[~9--'1_4],__
B. 1 see. {1 need [15-20)

Tell about medica! advice a doctor gave you.


What did the doctor say? Did you follow the advice?
1 aspirin 6 cough drops 10 eye drops 14 pill
2 cold tablets 7 throat lozenges 11 ointment 15 tablet
3 vitamins 8 antacid tablets 12 cream /creme 16 capsule
4 cough syrup 9 decongestant spray/ 13 lotion 17 caplet
5 non-aspirin pain nasal spray 18 teaspoon
reliever 19 tablespoon

[1-13) [14-19)
A. What did the doctor say? A. What's the dosage?
B { She /He told me to take ~[_1-_4~1
_/a ~(~SJ_. B. One every four hours.
· She/He told me to use -"--f6_-_13_,_}_

What medicines in this lesson do you What do you take or use for a fever? Tell about any medicines in your
have at home? What other medicines a headache? a stomachache? country that are different from the
do you have? a sore throat? a cold? a cough? ones in this lesson.
1 cardiologist 5 allergist 9 audiologist 13 gastroenterologist
2 gynecologist 6 orthopedist 10 physical therapist 14 chiropractor
3 pediatrician 7 ophthalmologist 11 counselor /therapist 15 acupuncturist
4 gerontologist 8 ear, nose, and throat 12 psychiatrist 16 orthodontist
(ENT) specialist

A. 1 think you need to see a specialist. A. When is your next appointment with the ?
l'm going to refer you to a/an _ B. lt's at J~.i~~L on J.9.~~.~) ·
B. A/An ?
A. Yes.

Do you or members of your family see any of these medica! specialists? Which ones?
A patient's room B nurse's station o waiting room G radiology department
1 patient 12 nurse 18 volunteer 23 X-ray technician
2 hospital gown 13 dietitian 24 radiologist
E birthing roomI
3 hospital bed 14 orderly
delivery room H laboratory / lab
4 bed control
5 call button e operating room 19 obstetrician 25 lab technician
15 surgeon 20 midwife / nurse-midwife
6 l.V.
7 vital signs monitor 16 surgical nurse
F emergency roomI ER
17 anesthesiologist
8 bed table 21 emergency medical
9 bed pan technician I EMT
10 medical chart 22 gurney
11 doctor/ physician

f"'i
A. This is your -~[2_-_10~1- A. Do you work here? A. Where's the 111-21, 23-25] ?
B. 1 see. B. Yes. l'm a/an [11-21. 23-25]
in the [A, C-H)
B. She's/He's { at the _ __.[_B.._]
__

Tell about an experience you or a family member had in the hospital.


A brush my teeth E bathe/take a bath H dry myhair K style my hair
1 toothbrush 6 soap 11 hair dryer/blow dryer 14 hot comb/
2 toothpaste 7 bubble bath curling iron
comb myhair 15 hairspray
B floss my teeth F take a shower 12 comb 16 hair gel
3 dental floss 8 shower cap 17 bobby pin
J brush my hair
18 barrette
e gargle G wash my hair 13 (hair) brush
19 hairclip
4 mouthwash 9 shampoo
10 conditioner/rinse
O whiten my teeth
5 teeth whitener
L shave 28 nail clipper 37 cologne /perfume 44 eye shadow
20 shaving cream 29 nail brush 38 sunscreen 45 mascara
21 razar 30 scissors 46 eyebrow pencil
22 razar blade 31 nail polish
o put on makeup 47 lipstick
23 electric shaver 32 nail polish remover 39 blush /rouge
40 foundation /base p polish my shoes
24 styptic pencil
25 aftershave (lotion) N put on ... 41 moisturizer 48 shoe polish
33 deodorant 42 face powder 49 shoelaces
M do mynails 34 hand lotion 43 eyeliner
26 nail file 35 body lotion
27 emery board 36 powder

[A-M, N (33-38), O, PJ (2-7,9, 10, 15, 16, 20,25, 31-45, 47,48)


A. What are you doing? A. Excuse me. Where can 1 find
B. l'm ing. ___ ?
B. They're in the next aisle. B. lt's in the next aisle.

Which of these personal care products do you use? You're going on a trip. Make a list of the personal
care products you need to take with you.
A feed 9 diaper pin O hold G rock
1 baby food 10 {baby) wipes 17 pacifier 19 child-care center
2 bib 11 baby powder 18 teething ring 20 child-care worker
3 bottle 12 training pants 21 rocking chair
E nurse
4 nipple 13 ointment
H read to
5 formula F dress
6 (liquid) vitamins e bathe 22 cubby
14 baby shampoo
B change the baby's diaper 15 cotton swab play with
7 disposable diaper 16 baby lotion 23 toys
8 cloth diaper

A. What are you doing? A. Do we need anything from the store?


l'm (A. C-11 ing the baby. !2-4, 7-9, 15, 17. 18 s
B. { l'm -~-~-ing.
(81 · B. Yes. We need sorne more { .1. s. 6• 10-14. 16]

In your opinion, which are better: cloth diapers or disposable diapers? Why?

Tell about baby products in your country.


1 preschool / nursery school 5 adult school 9 university
2 elementary school 6 vocational school/trade school 10 graduate school
3 middle school/junior high school 7 community college 11 law school
4 high school 8 college 12 medica! school

A. Are you a student? A. Are you a student?


B. Yes. l'm in [1-4, 8, 10-12] B. Yes. 1 go to a/an (5-7, 9]

A. Is this apartment building near A. Tell me about your previous What types of schools are there in your
a/an ? education. community? What are their names, and
B. Yes (r:!~r!!.e..C?r~.c~.'?.C?IJ . B. 1 went to Jr:!~r!!.e..C?.~.~-C~C?.C?I) . where are they located?
is nearby. A. Did you like it there?
What types of schools have you gone to?
B. Yes. lt was an excellent _
Where? When? What did you study?
...........
.
102 ----- --
--
THE SCHOOL
--- ~

A (main) office H gym / gymnasium 1 clerk /(school) secretary 8 science teacher


8 principal's office a locker room 2 principal 9 P.E. teacher
e nurse's office track 3 (school) nurse 10 coach
o guidance office a bleachers 4 (guidance) counselor 11 custodian
E classroom J field 5 teacher 12 cafeteria worker
F hallway K auditorium 6 assistant principal/ 13 lunchroom monitor
a locker L cafeteria vice-principal 14 (school) librarian
G science lab M library 7 security officer

A. Where are you going?


B. l'm going to the IA-D. G-M) A. Where's the 1-P ?
A. Do you have a hall pass? ~~r..v-.-'"' B. He's/She's in the -~[A_-_M~I-
B. Yes. Here it is.

Describe the school where you study English. Tell about the rooms, offices, and people.

Tell about differences between the school in this lesson and schools in your country.
1 math / mathematics 6 science 11 computer science 16 business education
2 English 7 biology 12 Spanish 17 physica1 education /P. E.
3 history 8 chemistry 13 French 18 driver's education / driver's ed
4 geography 9 physics 14 home economics 19 art
5 government 10 health 15 industrial arts / shop 20 music

A. What do you have next period?


B. Math. How about you?
A. English.
B. There's the bell. l've got to go.

What is/was your favorite subject? Why?

In your opinión, what's the most interesting subject? the most difficult subject? Why do you think so?
~{.,.. ~
t.u...¡ {._.~.....
~· --4("..u
~:.ª" - J .. ....,. ,-..k_ ./ ..,...J.
- l... hu_,....,J...I ._

1 band 5 football 9 school newspaper 13 debate club


2 orchestra 6 cheerleading I pep squad 10 yearbook 14 computer club
3 cho ir/ cho rus 7 student government 11 literary magazine 15 international club
4 drama 8 community service 12 A.V. crew 16 chess club

A. Are you going home right after school?


{ No. 1 have [1-61 practice.
8
· No. 1 have a [7-161 meeting.

What extracurricular activities do/did you participate in? Which extracurricular activities in this lesson are there in
schools in your country? What other activities are there?
~~;º;.~
- .. - - - ... > --- - - :.

~~- - ·-' ~ -- - . MATHEMATl¿S ~--


Arithmetic
- - - - - -- -- -- - - - - -- -

2+/=3 8-3=5 4x2=8 10+2=5


1

¡'

addition subtraction multiplication division


2 plus 1 equals* 3. 8 minus 3 equals* 5. 4 times 2 equals* 8. 1 O divided by 2 equals* 5.
*You can a/so say: is
A. How much is two plus one?
B. Two plus one equals/is three.
Make conversations for the arithmetic problems above and others.

Fractions

one quarter / one third one half / two thirds three quarters/
one fourth half three fourths

A. Is this on sale? A. Is the gas tank almost empty?


B. Yes. lt's off the B. lt's about full.
regular price.

Percents

1
10%
ten
percent
~
50%
fifty
percent
~
75%
seventy-five
percent [] 100%
one-hundred
percent

D
A. How did you do on the test?
B. 1 got
answers right.
percent of the
lQJ A. What's the weather forecast?
B. There's a
of rain.
percent chance

Types of Math

5y-5y+3= _1../ SÍZA (!::J) =J(. ~: g (xj d»:


.r.:
~OCIOOCI
algebra geometry trigonometry calculus statistics

A. What math course are you taking this year?


B. l'm taking _

Are you good at math? Tell about something you bought on sale. Research and discuss: What percentage
How much off the regular price was it? of people in your country live in cities?
What math courses do/did live on farms? work in factories?
you take in school? vote in general elections?
------\@ 1 mile
...._-----...@ 1.6 kilometers

@)---=~-
Measurements 10 distance Geometric Shapes 20 isosceles triangle Solid Figures
1 height 11 mile 17 square a acute angle 23 cube
2 width 12 kilometer a side b obtuse angle 24 cylinder
3 depth 18 rectangle 21 circle 25 sphere
Lines a length a center
4 length 26 cone
13 straight line b width b radius 27 pyramid
5 inch
6 foot-feet 14 curved line e diagonal e diameter
7 yard
15 parallel lines 19 right triangle d circumference
8 centimeter 16 perpendicular a apex 22 ellipse /oval
lines
9 meter b right angle
e base
d hypotenuse

1 inch (1 ") = 2.54 centimeters (cm)


1 foot (1 ') = O. 305 meters (m)
1 yard (1 yd.) = 0.914 meters (m)
[1-9] [11-12) 1 mile (mi.) = 1.6 kilometers (km)
A. What's the (1-4) ? A. What's the distance?
B . [5-9) (s). B. (s).

[17-22] [23-27) [13-27)


A. Who can tell me what A. Who knows what figure A. This painting is magnificent!
shape this is? this is? B. Hmm. 1 don't think so. lt just
B. 1 can. lt's a/ an _ B. 1 do. lt's a/ an _ looks like a lot of s
and s to me!
Types of Sentences & Parts of Speech

mstudents study in the new library. m Read pa~e nine.


o e e o o
mDo t~y study ha¡d? m This cake is fantastic!
A declarative 1 noun 5 adjective
B interrogative 2 verb 6 pronoun
e imperative 3 preposition 7 adverb
o exclamatory 4 article

A. What type of sentence is this? A. What part of speech is this?


B. lt's a/an [A-D] sentence. B. lt's a/an [1-7)

Punctuation Marks & the Writing Process

' '
@ @)
@ @
©1 @
® @
1 @MtJ Li{t
b t was born- ÚI- .t.t¿')O
1- boY-V\I
iV\. tvtia»ti.. t was tht
~ w.-over). ffrst chiid.
scV\ºº~
~-
Mlj cnildhood
~I\
e ( was born. ijl\, 1'J'30
8 ;.,,,,MÚ/mí..~ht
{Ll'St child.v i,,,, my
familtJ~~~::it~

8 period 12 apostrophe 16 brainstorm ideas 19 make corrections /


9 question mark 13 quotation marks 17 organize my ideas revise/ edit
10 exclamation point 14 colon 18 write a first draft 20 get feedback
11 comma 15 semi-colon a title 21 write a final copy /
b paragraph rewrite

A. Did you find any mistakes? A. Are you working on your


B. Yes. You forgot to put a/an composition?
(8-15] in this sentence. B. Yes. l'm [16-21) ing.
@ O,.v7?/.o"'°'
),,...A'""""~~
IV"""
_ .........__ ,4"...._
..................~ ... ,,,,_.?~
..,,,,,. .. __ ,_...__
,.,.....~......,._...-.-
... ----
~,,. . ,.,._ ....... H•-
.......
""._-~-- ........

1 fiction 5 non-fiction 9 report 13 letter 17 thank-you note


2 novel 6 biography 10 magazine article 14 postcard 18 memo
3 short story 7 autobiography 11 newspaper article 15 note 19 e-mail
4 poetry / poems 8 essay 12 editorial 16 invitation 20 instant message

A. What are you doing?


{ 1, 4, 51
B. l'm writing /
ru~ a an [2 3, 6-201

What kind of literature do you like to read? Do you like to read newspapers Do you sometimes send or receive letters,
What are sorne of your favorite books? and magazines? Which enes do postcards, notes, e-mail, or instant messace,
Who is your favorite author? you read? Tell about the people you communicate w·-_-
and how.
- - ~ -- -
- _-·- - ---- -- - GEOGRAPHV - - -------- 10-;:.

~~
_Z:, B --
- 14

-·~----

1 forest / woods 7 plains 13 dune/sand dune 19 island


2 hill 8 meadow 14 desert 20 península
3 mountain range 9 stream / brook 15 jungle 21 rainforest
4 mountain peak 10 pond 16 seashore / shore 22 river
5 valley 11 platea u 17 bay 23 waterfall
6 lake 12 canyon 18 ocean

A { lsn't this a beautiful ?!


· Aren't these beautiful s?!
B. Yes. lt's/They're magnificent!

Tell about the geography of your country. Describe the different geographic features.

Have you seen sorne of the geographic features in this lesson? Which ones? Where?
Science Equipment The Scientific Method
1 microscope 7 beaker 13 magnet A state the problem
2 computer 8 test tube 14 prism B form a hypothesis
3 slide 9 forceps 15 dropper e plan a procedure
4 Petri dish 10 crucible tongs 16 chemicals o do a procedure
5 flask 11 Bunsen burner 17 balance E make/ record observations
6 funnel 12 graduated cylinder 18 scale F draw conclusions

A. What do we need to do this A. How is your experiment coming


procedure? a long?
B. We need a/an/the [1-18] B. l'm getting ready to [A-F]

Do you have experience with the scientific Think of an idea for a science experiment.
equipment in this lesson? Tell about it. What question about science do you want to answer? State the problem.
What do you think will happen in the experiment? Form a hypothesis.
What science courses do/did you take How can you test your hypothesis? Plan a procedure.
in school?
~

- -
- - - - -
- - ----------~~
THE UNIVERSE ---~ 111"' .-~• 1

The Universe 8 lunar eclipse 19 Neptune Space Exploration


1 galaxy 9 meteor 20 Pluto 28 satellite
2 star 10 comet 21 new moon 29 space station
3 constellation 11 asteroid 22 crescent moon 30 astronaut
a The Big Dipper 12 Mercury 23 quarter moon 31 U.F.O. / Unidentified
b The Little Dipper 13 Venus 24 full moon Flying Object/
14 Earth flying saucer
The Solar System 15 Mars Astronomy
4 sun 16 Jupiter
25 observatory
5 moon 17 Saturn 26 telescope
6 planet 18 Uranus
27 astronomer
7 solar eclipse

~ . f1-24) [28-30}
~~, ~'·· A. Is that (a/an/the) ? A. Is the ready for
~<J>i·¡·-· .
~·f/.¡'- ,.~;-.~ B. l'm not sure. 1 think it might be tomorrow's launch?
~ ~ ··.11

• ...._"/ '¡\ - _ .. : ·- (a/an/the) _ B. Yes. "All systems are go!"

Pretend you are an astronaut traveling in space. Do you think space exploration is important? Why?
What do you see?
Have you ever seen a U.F.0.? Do you believe there
Oraw and name a constellation you are familiar with. is life in outer space? Why?
1 accountant 6 assembler 10 bricklayer / mason 15 cashier 19 construction worker
2 actor 7 babysitter 11 businessman 16 chef /cook 20 custodian /janitor
3 actress 8 baker 12 businesswoman 17 child day-care 21 customer service
4 architect 9 barber 13 butcher worker representative
5 artist 14 carpenter 18 computer 22 data entry clerk
software engineer
23 delivery 27 farmer 31 foreman 35 health-care aide I attendant
person 28 firefighter 32 gardener /landscaper 36 home health aide/
24 dockworker 29 fisher 33 garment worker home attendant
25 engineer 30 food-service 34 hairdresser 37 homemaker
26 factory worker 38 housekeeper
worker

A. What do you do?


B. l'm an accountant. How about you?
A. l'm a carpenter.

fAt a job interview] Which of these occupations do you


A. Are you an experienced ? A. How long haveyou been a/an ? think are the most interesting? the
B. Yes. l'm a very experienced B. l've been a/an for most difficult? Why?
............. months/years.
1 journalist / reporter 5 manager 9 messenger/ 13 pharmacist 17 postal worker
2 lawyer 6 manicurist courier 14 photographer 18 receptionist
3 machine operator 7 mechanic 10 mover 15 pilot 19 repairperson
4 mail carrier / 8 medica! assistant/ 11 musician 16 police officer 20 salesperson
letter carrier physician assistant 12 painter
21 sanitation worker / 26 stock clerk 30 teacher /instructor 34 truck driver
trash collector 27 store owner / 31 telemarketer 35 veterinarian /vet
22 secretary shopkeeper 32 translator / interpreter 36 waiter / server
23 security guard 28 supervisor 33 travel agent 37 waitress/ server
24 serviceman 29 tailor 38 welder
25 servicewoman

A. What's your occupation?


B. l'm a journalist.
A. A journalist?
B. Yes. That's right.
A. Are you still a ? A. What kind of job would Do you work? What's your occupation?
B. No. l'm a _ you like in the future?
B. l'd like to be a _ What are the occupations of people in
A. Oh. That's interesting.
your family?
aj
1 act 5 build things/ 9 design 13 fly an airplane 17 mow lawns
2 assemble construct things buildings 14 grow vegetables 18 operate
components 6 clean 10 draw 15 guard buildings equipment
3 assist patients 7 cook 11 drive a truck 16 manage 19 paint
4 bake 8 deliver pizzas 12 file a restaurant 20 play the piar:
21 prepare food 25 sew 29 take care of 33 type
22 repair things/ 26 sing elderly people 34 use a cash register
fix things 27 speak Spanish 30 take inventory 35 wash dishes
23 sell cars 28 supervise people 31 tea ch 36 write
24 serve food 32 translate

A. Can you act?


B. Yes, 1 can.

""· Do you know how to ? A. Tell me about your skills. Tell about your job skills.
3 Yes. l've been ing for years. B. 1 can , and 1 can _ What can you do?
-- POSrTIONAVAILA8lE

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Types of Job Ads 6 available Job Search H talk about your skills and
1 help wanted sign 7 hour A respond to an ad qualifications
2 job notice/ 8 Monday through B request information talk about your
job announcement Friday e request an interview experience
3 classified ad /want ad 9 evenings o prepare a resume J ask about the salary
10 previous E dress appropriately K ask about the benefits
Job Ad Abbreviations 11 experience L write a thank-you note
F fill out an application
4 full-time 12 required (forrn) M get hired
5 part-time 13 excellent G go to an interview

How was your job interview"


lt went very well.
Did you íD-F, H-MJ ?
Yes, 1 did.

Tell about a job you are familiar with. What are the skills and qualifications required for the job?
What are the hours? What is the salary?

Tell about how people you know found their jobs.

Tell about your own experience with a job search ora job interview.
A reception area 1 coat rack 11 swivel chair 21 employer / boss a take a
B conference 2 coat closet 12 typewriter 22 administrative message
room 3 receptionist 13 adding machine assistant b give a
e mailroom 4 conference table 14 copier / photocopier 23 office manager presentation
o work area 5 presentation 15 paper shredder 24 supply cabinet e sort the mail
E office board 16 paper cutter 25 storage cabinet d make copies
F supply room 6 postal scale 17 file clerk 26 vending e file
G storage room 7 postage meter 18 file cabinet machi ne f type a letter
1-i employee 8 office assistant 19 secretary 27 water cooler
lounge 9 mailbox 20 computer 28 coffee machine
10 cubicle workstation 29 message board

A.-H] [1-29] [a-f)


A. Where's ... Jr:i~~~J. ... ? A. What do you think of the new --? A. What's ... .J!)~~~J. ... doing?
o. He's/She's in the __ . B. He's/She's/lt's very nice. B. He's/She's __ ing.

)escribe a workplace you are familiar with.


-ell about the roorns, the areas, and the employees.
@

D
-- =
1 desk 10 desk calendar 18 legal pad 27 rubber stamp
2 stapler 11 Post-lt note pad 19 file folder 28 ink pad
3 letter tray / 12 organizer/ 20 index card 29 glue stick
stacking tray personal planner 21 envelope 30 glue
4 rotary card file 13 rubber band 22 stationery / 31 rubber cement
5 desk pad 14 paper clip letterhead (paper) 32 correction fluid
6 appointrnent book 15 staple 23 mailer 33 cellophane tape
7 clipboard 16 thumbtack 24 mailing label clear tape
8 note pad/rnerno pad 17 pushpin 25 typewriter cartridge 34 packing tape/
9 electric pencil 26 ink cartridge sealing tape
sharpener

_. ..... A. Could you get sorne more


3-21 23-29: si 122 30-34]
A. My desk is a mess!
1

1 can't find my [2- 2 ! from the supply room?


B. Here it is next to your [2-12] B. Sorne more '13-21 23-29] s/
·22 30-34) ? Sure. l'd be happy te

Which supplies and equipment do you use? What do you use them for?

Which supplies in this lesson do you have at home? at school?


1 time dock 7 line supervisor 13 forklift 18 shipping clerk
2 time cards 8 quality control supervisor 14 freight elevator 19 hand truck I dolly
3 locker room 9 machine 15 union notice 20 loading dock
4 (assembly) line 10 conveyor belt 16 suggestion box 21 payroll office
5 (factory) worker 11 warehouse 17 shipping department 22 personnel office
6 work station 12 packer

'~= A. Excuse me. l'm a new employee. A. Have you seen Tony?
Where's/Where are the ? B. Yes. He's in/ on/at/next to/near
B. Next to/Near/ln/On the _ the _

Are there any factories where you live? What kind? What are the working conditions there?

What products do factories in your country produce?


1 sledgehammer 7 ladder 13 dump truck 19 concrete mixer 24 plywood
2 pickax 8 tape measure 14 front-end loader truck 25 insulation
3 shovel 9 toolbelt 15 crane a concrete 26 wire
4 wheelbarrow 10 trowel 16 cherry picker 20 pickup truck 27 brick
5 jackhammer / 11 cement mixer 17 bulldozer 21 trailer 28 shingle
pneumatic dril! a cement 18 backhoe 22 drywall 29 pipe
6 blueprints 12 scaffolding 23 wood/lumber 30 girder/beam

A. Could you get me that/those A. Watch out for that ~~~~ A. Do we have enough
[1-10] ? B. Oh! Thanks for the warning! [22-26] / [27-30) s?
B. Sure. B. 1 think so.

What building materials is your home made of? Describe a construction site near your home or school.
When was it built? Tell about the construction equipment and the materials.
@tít!iliit•UI
l tj~@j,J HAZARDOUS
• AREA

1 hard hat/helmet 8 safety earmuffs 14 flammable 20 biohazard


2 earplugs 9 hairnet 15 poisonous 21 electrical hazard
3 goggles 10 mask 16 corrosive 22 first-aid kit
4 safety vest 11 latex gloves 17 radioactive 23 fire extinguisher
5 safety boots 12 respirator 18 dangerous 24 defibril lator
6 toe guard 13 safety glasses 19 hazardous 25 emergency exit
7 back support

A. Don't forget to wear That material is !14-17] A. Where's the


your [1-131 ! [22-25] ?
A. Be careful! TThhat mackhine is \~~) !
B. Thanks for reminding { at wor area is ! B. lt's over there.
me. That's a [20] !/That's an (211
B. Thanks for the warning.

Have you ever used any of the safety equipment in this lesson? Where do you see people using safety
What have you used? When? Where? equipment in your community?
--
.---_----=:;-
-
----
A bus 9 ticket 15 schedule/timetable 23 fare card machine
1 bus stop 10 baggage compartment/ 16 platform
2 bus route luggage compartment 17 track o taxi
3 passenger / rider 18 conductor 24 taxi stand
B train 25 taxi/cab/taxicab
4 (bus) fare
5 transfer
11 train station e subway 26 meter
12 ticket window 19 subway station 27 cab driver/taxi driver
6 bus driver
13 arrival and departure 20 (subway) token
7 bus station board E ferry
8 ticket counter 21 turnstile
14 information booth 22 fare card

[A-E]
[1. 7, 8, 10-19, 21, 23-25]
A. How are you going to get there?
V A. Excuse me. Where's the ?
l'm going to take the [A-C, E! .
B. Over there.
B. { l'm going to take a~-

How do you get to different places in your community? In your country, can you travel far by train or by bus? Where can
Describe public transportation where you live. you go? How much do tickets cost? Describe the buses and trains.
--------------- ---~
TYPES OF VEHICLES - -- - - ~ 125 !

1 sedan 7 S.U.V. (sport utility 12 limousine 17 tractor trailer /semi


2 hatchback vehicle) 13 tow truck 18 bicycle/bike
3 convertible 8 jeep 14 R.V. (recreational 19 motor scooter
4 sports car 9 van vehicle)/camper 20 moped
5 hybrid 10 minivan 15 moving van 21 motorcycle
6 station wagon 11 pickup truck 16 truck

A. What kind of vehicle are you looking for?


B. l'm looking for a sedan.

A. Do you drive a/an ? A. 1 just saw an accident between What are the rnost common types of
B. No. 1 drive a/an _ a/an and a/an _ vehicles in your country?
B. Was anybody hurt?
What's your favorite type of vehicle? Why?
A. No. Fortunately, nobody was hurt.
In your opinion, which company makesthe
best one?
- - ------
~ ,........----- CAR PARTS ANO MAINTENANCE

1 bumper 14 antenna 26 jack 38 alternator


2· headlight 15 rear window 27 spare tire 39 dipstick
3 turn signal 16 rear defroster 28 lug wrench 40 battery
4 parking light 17 trunk 29 fiare 41 air pump
5 fender 18 taillight 30 jumper cables 42 gas pump
6 tire 19 brake light 31 spark plugs 43 nozzle
7 hubcap 20 backup light 32 air filter 44 gas cap
8 hood 21 license plate 33 engine 45 gas
9 windshield 22 tailpipe I exhaust pipe 34 fuel injection system 46 oil
10 windshield wipers 23 muffler 35 radiator 47 coolant
11 side mirror 24 transmission 36 radiator hose 48 air
12 roof rack 25 gastank 37 fan belt
13 sunroof
49 air bag 58 turn signal 68 defroster n stickshift
SO visor 59 steering wheel 69 power outlet 78 clutch
51 rearview mirror 60 horn 70 glove compartment 79 door lock
52 dashboard / 61 ignition 71 emergency brake 80 door handle
instrument panel 62 vent 72 brake (pedal) 81 shoulder harness
53 temperature gauge 63 navigation system 73 accelerator /gas pedal 82 armrest
54 gas gauge/fuel gauge 64 radio 74 automatic transmission 83 headrest
55 speedometer 65 CD player 75 gearshift 84 seat
56 odometer 66 heater 76 manual transmission 85 seat belt
57 warning lights 67 air conditioning

l1Dlw
. . .
~
2, 3, 9-16,24, 35-39,49-85) [45-48) [1, 2, 4-15, 17-23, 25)
A. What's the matter with your car? A. Can 1 help you? A. 1 was just in a car accident!
B. The (s) is/are broken. B {Yes. My car needs [45-47] B. Oh, no! Were you hurt?
· Yes. My tires need _.[._4__,8)~ A. No. But my (s)
was/were damaged.

In your opiníon, what are the most important Do you own a car? What kínd? Tell about
features to look for when you buy a car? any repairs your car has needed.
-~- _:::_- ---
---m -·· HIGHWAV5~NDSTR~

1 tunnel 9 underpass 17 broken line 25 crosswalk


2 bridge 10 entrance ramp/on ramp 18 salid line 26 intersection
3 tollbooth 11 interstate (highway) 19 speed limit sign 27 traffic light/
4 route sign 12 median 20 exit (ramp) traffic signal
5 highway 13 left lane 21 exit sign 28 corner
6 road 14 middle lane/center lane 22 street 29 block
7 divider / barrier 15 right lane 23 one-way street
8 overpass 16 shoulder 24 double yellow line

11-28)
A. Where's the accident?
B. lt's on/in/at/near the _

Describe a highway you travel on. Describe an intersection In your area, on which highways and streets do most
near where you live. accidents occur? Why are these places dangerous?
------- -

-.
PREPOSITIONS OF MOTION ~ 129 ~

1 over s up 9 on
2 under 6 down 10 off
3 through 7 across 11 into
4 around 8 past 12 out of
13 onto

(1-8] [9-13]
A. Go over the bridge. A. 1 can't talk right now. l'm getting on a train.
B. Over the bridge? B. You're getting on a train?
A. Yes. A. Yes. 1'11 call you later.

-Nhat places do you go past on your way to school? Tell how to get to dífferent places from your home or your school.
--. 130 ~ ~-
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TRAFFIC SIGNS ANO DIRECTIONS

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Traffic Signs 9 pedestrian crossing Compass Directions Road Test lnstructions
1 stop 10 railroad crossing 17 north 21 Turn left.
2 no left turn 11 school crossing 18 south 22 Turn right.
3 no right turn 12 merging traffic 19 west 23 Go straight.
4 no U-turn 13 yield 20 east 24 Parallel park.
5 right turn only 14 detour 25 Make a 3-point turn.
6 do not enter 15 slippery when wet 26 Use hand signals.
7 one way 16 handicapped
8 dead end /no outlet parking only

[1-16] [17-20] (21-26]


A. Careful ! That sign says "stop"! A. Which way should 1 go? A. Turn right.
B. Oh. Thanks. B. Go north. B. Turn right?
A. Yes.

Which of these traffic signs are in your neighborhood? Describe any differences between traffic signs in
What other traffic signs do you usually see? different countries you know.
THE AIRPORT -_ -------... ~

A Check-In 8 security officer o Baggage Claim E Customs and


1 ticket 9 X-ray machine 15 baggage claim (area) lmmigration
2 ticket counter 10 carry-en bag 16 baggage carousel 22 customs
3 ticket agent 17 baggage 23 customs officer
4 suitcase C The Gate 24 customs declaration
18 baggage cart/
5 arrival and departure 11 check-in counter luggage cart form
monitor 12 boarding pass 19 luggage carrier 25 immigration
13 gate 20 garment bag 26 immigration officer
B Security 14 boarding area 21 baggage claim check 27 passport
6 security checkpoint 28 visa
7 metal detector

[2, 3, 5-9, 11, 13-16, 22, 23, 25, 26] (1, 4, 10, 12, 17-21, 24, 27, 28]
A. Excuse me. Where's the ?* A. Oh, no! 1 think l've lost my
B. Right over there. ___ !
B. 1'11 help you look for it.
* With 22 and 25 use: Excuse me. Where's __ ?

Describe an airport you are familiar with. Tell about the check-in Have you ever gone through Customs and
area, the security area, the gates, and the baggage claim area. lmmigration? Tell about your experience.
-~..-----
s--~ ..--.------ AIRPLANE TRAVEL

as ~

1 cockpit 10 aisle seat 18 air sickness A take off your F check in


2 pilot/captain 11 Fasten Seat Belt bag shoes at the gate
3 co-pilot sign 19 life vest/ B empty your G get your
4 lavatory/ 12 No Smoking life jacket pockets boarding pass
bathroom sign 20 runway e put your bag on H board the
5 flight attendant 13 call button 21 terminal the conveyor belt plane
6 overhead 14 oxygen mask (building) o put your computer stow your
compartment 15 emergency exit 22 control tower in a tray carry-en bag
7 aisle 16 tray (table) 23 airplane/ E walk through the J find your seat
plane/jet metal detector K fasten your
8 window seat 17 emergency
instruction card seat belt
9 middle seat

[1-23] [A-K]
A. Where's the ? A. Please _
B. ln/On/Next to/Behind/ln front of / B. All right. Certainly.
Above / Below the _

Have you ever flown in an airplane? Be an airport security officer! Give passengers instructions as
Tell about a flight you took. they go through the security area. Now, be a flight attendant!
Give passengersinstructions before take-off.
~
THE HOTEL ----- 133 •

1 doorman 8 front desk 14 meeting room 20 hall/ hallway


2 valet parking 9 desk clerk 15 gift shop 21 room key
3 parking attendant 10 guest 16 pool 22 housekeeping cart
4 bellhop 11 concierge desk 17 exercise room 23 housekeeper
5 luggage cart 12 concierge 18 elevator 24 guest room
6 bell captain 13 restaurant 19 ice machine 25 room service
7 lobby

A. Where do you work? A. Excuse me. Where's


B. 1 work at the Grand Hotel. the (1-19, 22 23! ?
A. What do you do there? B. Right over there.
B. l'm a/an [1, 3, 4, 61 9, 12. 23] A. Thanks.

Tell about a hotel you are familiar with. In your opinion, which hotel employee has the most interesting job?
Describe the place and the people. the most difficult job? Why?
A sew e crochet E draw H do woodworking
1 sewing machine 10 crochet hook 15 sketch book 21 woodworking kit
2 pin 16 (set of) colored
3 pin cushion
o paint pencils do origami
4 11 paintbrush 17 drawing pencil 22 origami paper
(spool of) thread
5 (sewing) needle 12 easel
13 canvas F do embroidery J make pottery
6 thimble
14 paint 18 embroidery 23 clay
7 safety pin
24 potter's wheel
a oil paint
G do needlepoint
B knit b watercolor
19 needlepoint
8 knitting needle
20 pattern
9 yarn
K collect stamps N go bird-watching p play board games Q go online/
25 stamp album 32 binoculars 35 chess browse the Web I
26 magnifying glass 33 field guide 36 checkers "surf" the net
37 backgammon 40 web browser
L collect c:oins o play c:ards 38 Monopoly 41 web address/URL
27 coin catalog 34 (deck of) cards a dice
28 coin collection a club R photography
39 Scrabble
b diamond 42 camera
M build models e heart
29 model kit sastronomy
d spade
30 glue 43 telescope
31 acrylic paint

A. What do you like to do A. May 1 help you? A. What do you want to do?
in your free time? B. Yes, please. l'd like to buy B. Let's play [35-39)
1 like to (A-0) (a/an) (1-34, 42, 43] A. Good idea!
B. { 1 enjoy [R, S]

Do you like to do any of these activities in your free time? What games are popular in your country?
vVhich ones? Describe how to play one.
1 museum 6 historie site 11 park 16 planetarium
2 art gallery 7 national park 12 beach 17 zoo
3 concert 8 craft fair 13 mountains 18 movies
4 play 9 yard sale 14 aquarium 19 carnival
5 amusement park 10 swap meet/flea market 15 botanical gardens 20 fair

A. What do you want to do


5].
A. What did you do over the A. What are you going to do on your
today? weekend? day off?
a/an (1-9] a/an f1-91 . . { a/an f1-9J
B. Let's go to { the 110_201 B. 1 went to { the [10-201 . B. l'rn going to go to the 10_201

What are sorne of your favorite places to go? Where are they? What do you do there?
1 bicycle path / 6 picnic table 12 fountain 16 playground 21 seesaw
bike path /bikeway 7 water fountain 13 bike rack 17 climbing wall 22 sandbox
2 duck pond 8 jogging path 14 merry-go-round/ 18 swings 23 sand
3 picnic area 9 bench carousel 19 climber
4 trash can 10 tennis court 15 skateboard 20 slide
5 grill 11 ballfield ramp

[1-22] (17-23]
A. Excuse me. Does this park A {Be careful on the [17-211
have (a) ? · Be careful in the ~[~2-'2._2_3.._]
_
B. Yes. Right over there. B. 1 will, Dad/ Mom.

Describe a park and playground you are familiar with.


1 lifeguard 7 wave 14 sunbather 21 cooler
2 lifeguard stand 8 surfer 15 sunglasses 22 sun hat
3 life preserver 9 kite 16 (beach) towel 23 sunscreen / sunblock I
4 snack bar/ 10 beach chair 17 beach ball suntan lotion
refreshment stand 11 beach umbrella 18 surfboard 24 (beach) blanket
5 vendar 12 sand castle 19 seashell/shell 25 shovel
6 swimmer 13 boogie board 20 rock 26 pail

(1-26] (9-11, 13, 15-18, 21-26]


A. What a nice beach! A. Are you ready far the beach?
B. lt is. Look at ali the B. Almost. 1 just have to get
___ s! my _

Do you like to go to the beach? Describe your favorite beach. What do you take when you go there?
A camping 8 insect repellent 14 GPS device o mountain biking
1 tent 9 matches 15 hiking boots 18 mountain bike
2 sleeping bag 19 (bike) helmet
3 tent stakes
B hiking e rock climbing/
10 backpack technical climbing E picnic
4 lantern
11 canteen 16 harness 20 {picnic) blanket
5 hatchet
12 compass 17 rope 21 thermos
6 camping stove
7 Swiss army knife 13 trail map 22 picnic basket

A. Let's go [A-E] * this weekend. A. Did you bring


B. Good idea! We haven't gone the [1-9, 11-14, 16. 17, 20-22) ?
[A-El * in a long time. { your (10, 15, 18, 19] ?
B. Yes, 1 did.
*With E, say: on a picnic.
A. Oh, good.

Have you ever gone camping, hiking, rock climbing, or Do you like to go on picnics? Where?
mountain biking? Tell about it: What did you do? Where? What picnic supplies and food do you take with you?
What equipment did you use?
o

A jogging H horseback riding K racquetball


E cyding / biking
1 jogging suit 14 saddle 22 safety goggles
8 bicycle / bike
2 jogging shoes 15 reins 23 racquetball
9 (bicycle/bike)
16 stirrups 24 racquet
B running helmet
3 running shorts 1 tennis L table tennis/
F skateboarding
4 running shoes 17 tennis racket ping pong
10 skateboard
18 tennis ball 25 paddle
e walking 11 elbow pads
19 tennis shorts 26 ping pong table
5 walking shoes 27 net
G bowling
12 bowling ball J badminton 28 ping pong ball
o inline skating/ rollerblading
13 bowling shoes 20 badminton racket
6 inline skates/rollerblades
21 birdie / shuttlecock
7 knee pads
M golf P martial arts R weightlifting U wrestle
29 golf clubs 35 black belt 41 barbell 47 wrestling uniform
30 golf ball 42 weights 48 (wrestling) mat
Q gymnastics
N Frisbee 36 horse s archery V work out/ exercise
31 Frisbee/flying disc 37 parallel bars 43 bow and arrow 49 treadmill
38 mat 44 target 50 rowing machine
O billiards/ pool 39 balance beam 51 exercise bike
32 pool table T box 52 universal/
40 trampoline
33 pool stick 45 boxing gloves exercise equipment
34 billiard balls 46 (boxing) trunks

[A-V) [1-52]
A. What do you like to do A. 1 really like this/these
in your free time? new _
1 like to go A-H] . B. lt's/They're very nice.
B 1 like to play [1-0J .
· 1 like to do IP-S]
{
1 like to [T-VJ .

Do you do any of these activities? Which ones?


Which are popular in your country?
A baseball e football E (ice) hockey G volleyball
1 baseball player 5 football player 9 hockey player 13 volleyball player
2 baseball field/ballfield 6 football field 10 hockey rink 14 volleyball court

B softball o lacrosse F basketball H soccer


3 softball player 7 lacrosse player 11 basketball player 15 soccer player
4 ballfield 8 lacrosse field 12 basketball court 16 soccer field

[A-H]
A. Do you like to play baseball?
B. Yes. Baseball is one of my favorite sports.

A plays [A-HJ very well. A. Now listen, team! 1 want all of you Which sports in this lesson do you líke
B. You're right. 1 think he's/she's one to go out on that t and play to play? Which do you like to watch?
of the best s* on the team. the best game of ¡A-H) you've
ever played! What are your favorite teams?
*Use 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15.
B. All right, Coach!
Name sorne famous players of these
t Use 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. sports.
25

A baseball e
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football E (ice) hockey G volleyball
1 baseball 10 football 16 hockey puck 24 volleyball
2 bat 11 football helmet 17 hockey stick 25 volleyball net
3 batting helmet 12 shoulder pads 18 hockey mask
H soccer
4 (baseball) uniform 19 hockey glove
5 catcher's mask o lacrosse 20 hockey skates 26 soccer ball
6 (baseball) glove 13 lacrosse ball 27 shinguards
7 catcher's mitt 14 face guard F basketball
15 lacrosse stick 21 basketball
B softball 22 backboard
8 softball 23 basketball hoop
9 softball glove

(1-27)
A. 1 can't find my baseball!
B. Look in the closet.*
*closet, basement, garage

[In a store] (At home) Which sports in this


A. Excuse me. l'rn looking for (a) (1-27) . A. l'm going to play [A-H] after school lesson are popular in your
B. All our [A-H) equipment is over there. today. country? Which sports
A. Thanks. B. Don't forget your (1-21, 24, 26, 27) ! do students play in high
school?
A (downhill) skiing e (ice) skating E snowboarding G bobsledding
1 skis 6 (ice) skates 10 snowboard 13 bobsled
2 ski boots 7 blade
F sledding H snowmobiling
3 bindings 8 skate guard
11 sled 14 snowmobile
4 (ski) poles
D figure skating 12 sledding dish/saucer
B cross-countryskiing 9 figure skates
5 cross-country skis

[A-H]
A. What's your favorite winter sport?
B. Skiing.

[A-H) (1-14] Have you ever done any of these


[At work or at school on Friday] [On the telephone] activities? Which ones?
A. What are you going to do this A. Helio. Sally's Sporting Goods.
Have you ever watched the Winter
weekend? B. Helio. Do you sell (s)? Olympics? Which event do you think is
B. l'm going to go _ A. Yes, we do./No, we don't. the most exciting? the most dangerous?
A sailing o kayaking F swimming H scuba divlng K waterskiing
1 sailboat 7 kayak 11 swimsuit/ 17 wet suit 23 water skis
2 life jacket/life vest 8 paddles bathing suit 18 (air) tank 24 towrope
12 goggles 19 (diving) mask
B canoeing E (white-water) 13 bathing cap l fishing
3 canee rafting surfing 25 (fishing) rod /
4 paddles 9 raft G snorkeling 20 surfboard poi e
10 life jacket/ 14 mask 26 reel
e rowing life vest 15 snorkel J windsurfing 27 (fishing) line
5 rowboat 16 fins 21 sailboard 28 (fishing) net
6 oars 22 sail 29 bait

[A-L]
A. Would you like to go sailing tomorrow?
B. Sure. l'd love to.

A. Have you ever gone [A-L] ? A. Do you have everything you need Which sports in this lesson have you tried?
B. Yes, 1 have. /No, 1 haven't. to go [A-L] ? Which sports would you like to try?
B. Yes. 1 have my (1-29] (and my
[1-29] ). Are any of these sports popular in your
country? Which ones?
A. Have a good time!
1 hit 7 serve 13 walk 19 swing 25 sit-up
2 pitch 8 bounce 14 run 20 lift 26 deep knee bend
3 throw 9 dribble 15 hop 21 swim 27 jumping jack
4 catch 10 shoot 16 skip 22 dive 28 somersault
5 pass 11 stretch 17 jump 23 shoot 29 cartwheel
6 kick 12 bend 18 reach 24 push-up 30 handstand

(1-10] [11-23] [24-30)


A. the ball! A. Now A. Okay, everybody. 1 want
B. Okay, Coa ch! B. Like this? you to do twenty s!
A. Yes. B. Twenty s?!
A. That's right.

Do you exercise regularly? Be an exercise instructor! Lead your friends in an exercise


Which exercises do you do? routine using the actions in this lesson.
A play B concert e opera E music club G comedy club
1 theater 4 concert hall 9 opera singer 12 singer 17 comedian
2 actor 5 orchestra
O ballet F movies
3 actress 6 musician
10 ballet dancer 13 (movie) theater
7 conductor
11 ballerina 14 (movie) screen
8 band
15 actress
16 actor

[A-G] [1-17]
A. What are you doing this evening? A. What a magnificent _
a IA. B, E, GJ B. 1 agree.
B. l'm going to { the [C, D. FJ

What kinds of entertainment in this lesson do you like? Who are sorne of your favorite actors? actresses?
What kinds of entertainment are popular in your country? musicians? singers? comedíans?
A mu sic B plays
1 classical music 5 folk music 9 blues 13 drama
2 popular music 6 rap music 10 bluegrass 14 comedy
3 country music 7 gospel music 11 hip hop 15 tragedy
4 rock music 8 jazz 12 reggae 16 musical (comedy)
••o•- .... ~
····- --·~
e movies/films o TV programs
17 drama 24 action movie / 29 drama 35 cartoon
18 comedy adventure movie 30 (situation) comedy/ 36 children's program
19 western 25 war movie sitcom 37 news program
20 mystery 26 horror movie 31 talk show 38 sports program
21 musical 27 science fiction 32 game show I quiz show 39 nature program
22 cartoon movie 33 reality show 40 shopping program
23 documentary 28 foreign film 34 soap opera

A. What kind of----'l._A_-_D"'"-1


_ do you like?
1 like f1-12J
B. { 1 like 113-401 s.

Nhat's your favorite type of music? What kind of movies do you like? What kind ofTV programs do you like?
vVho is your favorite singer? musician? Who are your favorite movie stars? What are your favorite shows?
-nusical group? What are the titles of your favorite movies?
Strings Woodwinds Percussion Keyboard lnstruments
1 violin 9 piccolo 16 trumpet 20 drums 23 piano
2 viola 10 flute 17 trombone a cymbals 24 electric keyboard
3 cello 11 clarinet 18 French horn 21 tambourine 25 organ
4 bass 12 oboe 19 tuba 22 xylophone
Other lnstruments
5 (acoustic) guitar 13 recorder
6 electric guitar 14 saxophone 26 accordion
7 banjo 15 bassoon 27 harmonica
8 harp

),

A. Do you play a musical A. You play the trumpet A. What's that noise?!
instrument? very well. B. That's my son/daughter
B. Yes. 1 play the violin. B. Thank you. practicing the drums.

Do you play a musical instrument? Which instruments are usually in an orchestra? Name and describe typical musical
Which one? a marching band? a rock group? instruments in your country.
,. ·~ ot" o....•

., I
f$··
~
.J..
fa
;.,¡.

1 farmhouse 9 horse 16 pig 23 tractor 30 farm worker


2 farmer 10 barnyard 17 chicken coop 24 field 31 alfalfa
3 (vegetable) garden 11 turkey 18 chicken 25 pasture 32 corn
4 scarecrow 12 goat 19 hen house 26 cow 33 cotton
5 hay 13 lamb 20 hen 27 sheep 34 rice
6 hired hand 14 rooster 21 crop 28 orchard 35 soybeans
7 barn 15 pig pen 22 irrigation system 29 fruit tree 36 wheat
8 stable

[1-30} A. The (9, 11-14 16, '8, 20, 261 s/ (27] [31-36)
A. Where's the ? are loose again! A. Do you grow on
B. ln/Next to the _ B. Oh, no! Where are they? your farm?
A. They're in the B. No. We grow _
[1, 3, 7, 8, 10, 15, 17, 19, 24, 25, 28]

Tell about farms in your country. What crops and animals are common on these farms?
1 moose 8 buffalo/bison 17 horse 27 jaguar 35 kitten
a antier 9 coyote a tail a spots 36 dog
2 polar bear 10 fox 18 pon y 28 mouse-mice 37 puppy
3 deer 11 skunk 19 donkey 29 rat 38 hamster
a hoof-hooves 12 porcupine 20 armadillo 30 chipmunk 39 gerbil
4 wolf-wolves a quill 21 bat 31 squirrel 40 guinea pig
a coat/fur 13 rabbit 22 worm 32 gopher 41 goldfish
5 (black) bear 14 beaver 23 slug 33 prairie dog 42 canary
a claw 15 raccoon 24 monkey 34 cat 43 parakeet
6 mountain lion 16 possum I opossum 25 anteater a whiskers
7 (grizzly) bear 26 llama
44 antelope 49 panther 53 elephant 56 giraffe 61 gorilla
45 baboon 50 gibbon a tusk 57 zebra 62 kangaroo
46 rhinoceros 51 tiger b trunk a stripes a pouch
a horn a paw 54 hyena 58 chimpanzee 63 koala (bear)
47 panda 52 camel 55 lion 59 hippopotamus 64 platypus
48 orangutan a hump a mane 60 leopard

[1-33, 44-64] [34-43)


A. Look at that _ A. Do you have a pet?
-- ........~-- B. Wow! That's the biggest B. Yes. 1 have a _
___ l've ever seen! A. What's your 's name?
B .

What animals are there where you live? lf you could be an animal, which animal would you like
to be? Why?
Is there a zoo near where you live? What animals does it have?
Does your culture have any popular folk tales or
What are sorne common pets in your country? children's stories about animals? Tell a story you know.
Birds lnsects
1 rob in 6 woodpecker 14 sparrow 24 fly 33 spider
a nest a beak 15 goose-geese 25 ladybug a web
b egg 7 pigeon 16 penguin 26 firefly/ 34 praying mantis
2 blue jay 8 owl 17 flamingo lightning bug 35 wasp
a wing 9 hawk 18 crane 27 moth 36 bee
b tail 10 eagle 19 stork 28 caterpillar a beehive
e feather a claw 20 pelican a cocoon 37 grasshopper
3 cardinal 11 swan 21 peacock 29 butterfly 38 beetle
4 crow 12 hummingbird 22 parrot 30 tick 39 scorpion
5 seagull 13 duck 23 ostrich 31 mosquito 40 centipede
a bill 32 dragonfly 41 cricket

[1-41] (24-41]
A. Is that a/an ? A. Hold still! There's a on your shirt!
B. No. 1 think it's a/an B. Oh! Can you get it off me?
A. There! lt's gone!

What birds and insects are there where you live? Does your culture have any popular folk tales or children's
stories about birds or insects? Tell a story you know.
Fish 8 cod 16 seal Amphibiansand Reptiles
1 trout 9 ray / stingray 17 sea lion 26 tortoise 33 newt
a fin 10 sea horse 18 otter a shell 34 salamander
b gill 19 walrus 27 turtle 35 toad
Sea Animals snake
e scales a tusk 28 alligator 36
11 whale
2 flounder 20 crab 29 crocodile 37 rattlesnake
3 tuna 12 dolphin 21 squid 30 lizard 38 boa constrictor
4 swordfish 13 porpoise 22 snail 31 iguana 39 cobra
5 bass 14 jellyfish 23 starfish 32 frog
6 shark 15 octopus 24 sea urchin
7 eel
a tentacle 25 sea anemone

[1-39] ~~i~~~. [26-39]


A. Is that a/an ? A. Are there any s around here?
B. No. 1 think it's a/an _ B. No. But there are lots of _

What fish, sea anima Is, and reptiles can be found in your country? In your opinión, which ones are the most interesting?
Which ones are endangered and need to be protected? Why? the most beautiful? the most dangerous?
1 tree 8 root 14 elm 21 redwood 28 plant
2 leaf-leaves 9 needle 15 cherry 22 (weeping) willow 29 cactus-cacti
3 twig 10 pine cone 16 palm 23 bush 30 vine
4 branch 17 birch 24 holly 31 poison ivy
5 limb 11 dogwood 18 maple 25 berries 32 poison sumac
12 holly
6 trunk 19 oak 26 shrub 33 poison oak
7 bark 13 magnolia 20 pine 27 fern

....__
34 flower 40 chrysanthemum 45 gardenia 50 orchid 55 geranium
35 petal 41 daffodil 46 lily 51 rose 56 violet
36 stem 42 daisy 47 iris 52 sunflower 57 poinsettia
37 bud 43 marigold 48 pansy 53 crocus 58 jasmine
38 thorn 44 carnation 49 petunia 54 tulip 59 hibiscus
39 bulb

[11-22] [31-33] [40-57]


A. What kind of tree is that? A. Watch out for the _ A. Look at all the s!*
B. 1 think it's a/an tree. over there! B. They're beautiful!
B. Oh. Thanks for the warning.
*With 58 and 59, use: Look at all the _!

Describe your favorite tree and your favorite flower. In your country, what flowers do you see at weddings?
at funerals? during holidays? in hospital rooms? Tell which
What kinds of trees and flowers grow where you live? flowers people use for different occasions,
Sources of Energy Conservation Environmental Problems
1 oil / petroleum 5 solar energy 9 recycle 13 air pollution 16 acid rain
2 (natural) gas 6 hydroelectric 10 save energy / 14 water pollution 17 radiation
3 coal power conserve energy 15 hazardous waste/ 18 global
4 nuclear energy 7 wind 11 save water/ toxic waste warming
8 geothermal conserve water
energy 12 car pool

[1-8] [9-12] [13-18]


A. In my opinion, will be A. Do you ? A. Do you worry about the
our best source of energy in the B. Yes. l'm very concerned environment?
future. about the environment. B. Yes. l'm very concerned
B. 1 disagree. 1 think our best about _
source of energy will be _

What kind of energy do you use to heat your home? Do you practice conservation? What do you do to help
to cook? In your opinión, which will be the best source the environment?
of energy in the future?
In your opinión, what is the most serious environmental
problem in the world today? Why?
1 earthquake 4 blizzard 7 tsunami 9 forest fire 12 mudslide
2 hurricane 5 tornado 8 drought 10 wildfire 13 avalanche
3 typhoon 6 flood 11 landslide 14 volcanic eruption

.l
l A. Did you hear about the
B. Yes, 1 did. 1 saw it on the news.
in l~o.untry) ?

Have you or someone you know ever experienced a Which natural disasters sometimes happen where you live?
natural disaster? Tell about it. How do people prepare forthem?
Types of Travel Booking a Trip
1 businesstrip 5 bus tour 9 study tour 13 travel agency
2 family trip 6 train trip 10 eco-tour 14 tour company
3 cruise 7 boat trip 11 safari 15 online
4 (guided) tour 8 ski trip 12 expedition 16 over the phone

[1-12] [13-16]
A. Are you planning to travel soon? A. How did you make the arrangements for your trip?
B. Yes. l'm going on a to .. {~~~r:i.t.~y). .. . {through a [13, 14]
A. A to .. {~~~r:i.~~Yl..? That's wonderful! B. 1 booked rt ¡is. 161 .

Tell about a trip you took: Where did you travel? What kind of trip was it? How did you book the trip?
1 immigration/ 4 money exchange 7 car renta! counters 10 passport
passport control counter 8 hotel courtesy 11 visa
2 baggage claim area 5 taxi stand vehicles 12 baggage claim check
3 customs 6 shuttle bus 9 restrooms 13 customs declaration form

[1-9) [10-13]

l
Where's [1. 3] ? A. May 1 see your ?
A. Excuse me. Where's the [2, 4-6] ? B. My ? Yes. Here you are.
Where are the [7-9] ? A. Thank you.
B. Over there.

[At immigration/passport control] [At customs] Tell about your arrival ata destination:
A. What is the purpose of your trip- A. How many bags do you have? Where did you arrive?
business or pleasure? B . ............. What happened after you arrived?
B. ............. Where did you go?
A. Can you open them, please?
What did you do?
A. How long do you plan to stay? 1 need to inspect them.
B. ............. B . Certainly.
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1 single room 7 Room Service a l'd like to order dinner.


2 room with double beds 8 Housekeeping b We need sorne towe/s.
3 non-smoking room 9 Maintenance e The sink in our room is broken.
4 handicapped-accessible room 10 Front Desk d l'd like a wake-up call at 7 A.M., please.
5 room with a view 11 Concierge e l'd like to get tickets for a show.
6 suite 12 Bell Desk f l'm checking out. Can you please
send someone to get my bags?

[1-6] A. [7-121
A. l'd like a , please. B. [a-fJ
B. Let me see if that's available.
A. Certainly.
A. Thank you.

Tell about a hotel you stayed in: What type of room did you have? What hotel services did you use?
1
13

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1 go sightseeing 5 buy souvenirs 9 get tickets for a 13 go to a museum


2 take a walking tour 6 mail sorne postcards show/concert 14 go to a health club/
3 take a bus tour 7 make a restaurant 10 visit an historie site fitness club
4 exchange money reservation 11 go shopping 15 go toan Internet cafe
8 renta car 12 go to a park 16 go to a club

A. May 1 help you? A. What did you do today?


B. Yes, please. l'd like to _ B. We ed.

Tell about a tourist experience you had: Where did you go? What did you do there?
Tourist Requests

Asking Permission

1 exchange money 6 take photographs here 11 l'm from .. !S~!-!r:i~.~VL


2 cash a traveler's check 7 eat here 12 l'm here for five days.
3 buy this 8 go in 13 l've seen ............. and ............. ·
4 buy two tickets 9 use a cell phone here 14 1 like your city very much.
5 mail this to my country 10 pay with a credit card lt's very ..............

(1-5} (6-10] (11-14]


A. May 1 help you? A. Can 1 ? A. (a-d) ?
B. Yes, please. l'd like to _ {Yes, you can. B. [11-141
8
· No, you can't.
Emergency Expressions

Useful Expressions

15 Help! 21 Do yo u speak ..... <!?:'!9~~_g~L. .. ?


16 Police! 22 Please write that down for me.
17 Please don't bother me!/Please go away!/ 23 What do you call that in English?
Get away from me! 24 Please repeat that.
18 Fire! 25 Please speak slowly.
19 Look out! 26 l'm sorry. What did you say?
20 Freeze!/Stop!/Don't move!

Be a tourist! Practice conversations with other students. Use all the expressions on pages 164 and 165.
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Country Natlonallty Language Country Nationality Language
Afghanistan Afghan Afghan ltaly ltalian ltalian
Argentina Argentine Spanish Ja pan Japanese Ja pan ese
Australia Australian English Jordan Jordanian Arabic
Bolivia Solivian Spanish Korea Korean Korean
Brazil Brazilian Portuguese Laos Laotian Laotian
Bulgaria Bulgarian Bulgarian Latvia Latvian Latvian
Cambodia Cambodian Cambodian Lebanon Lebanese A rabie
Ca nada Canadian English/French Lithuania Lithuanian Lithuanian
Chile Chilean Spanish Malaysia Malaysian Mal ay
China Chinese Chinese Mexico Mexican Spanish
Colombia Colombian Spanish New Zealand New Zealander English
Costa Rica Costa Rican Spanish Nicaragua Nicaraguan Spanish
Cuba Cuban Spanish Norway Norwegian Norwegian
(The) Czech Czech Czech Pakistan Pakistaní Urdu
Republic Pan ama Panamanian Spanish
Denmark Danish Danish Peru Peruvian Spanish
(The) Dominican Dominican Spanish (The) Philippines Filipino Tagalog
Republic
Poland Polish Polish
Ecuador Ecuadorian Spanish
Portugal Portuguese Portuguese
Egypt Egyptian A rabie
Puerto Rico Puerto Rican Spanish
El Salvador Salvadorean Spanish
Romanía Romanian Romanian
England English English
Russia Russian Russian
Estonia Estonian Estonian
Saudi Arabia Saudí Arabic
Ethiopia Ethiopian Amharic
Slovakia Slovak Slovak
Finland Finnish Finnish
Spain Spanish Spanish
France French French
Sweden Swedish Swedish
Germany German German
Switzerland Swiss German/French/
Greece Greek Greek ltalian
Guatemala Guatemalan Spanish Taiwan Taiwanese Chinese
Haití Haitian Haitian Kreyol Thailand Thai Thai
Honduras Honduran Spanish Turkey Turkish Turkish
Hungary Hungarian Hungarian Ukrainian
Ukraine Ukrainian
India lndian Hindi (The) United States English
American
Indonesia lndonesian lndonesian Spanish
Venezuela Venezuelan
Israel Israelí Hebrew Vietnam ese Vietnamese
Vietnam

A. Where are you from? A. What's your nationality? A. What language do you speak?
B. l'm from Mexico. B. l'm Mexican. B. 1 speak Spanish.

Tell about yourself: Where are you from? What's your nationality? What languages do you speak?
Now interview and tell about a friend.
Regular Verbs
Regular verbs have four different spelling patterns for the past and past participle forms.

Add -ed to the end of the verb. For example:


act - acted

act cook grill pass simmer


add correct guard peel sort
answer cough hand (in) plant spell
appear cover help play sprain
ask crash insert polish steam
assist cross (out) invent pour stow
attack deliver iron print stretch
attend deposit kick rea ch surf
bank design land record swallow
board discuss leak register talk
boíl dress learn relax turn
box drill lengthen repair twist
brainstorm dust lift repeat un load
broil edit listen request vacuum
brush end load respond vomit
burn enter look rest walk
burp establish lower return wash
carpool explain mark roast watch
cash faint match rock wax
check fasten mix saute weed
clean fix mow scratch whiten
ele ar floss o bey seat work
collect fold open select
comb follow paint shorten
construct form park sign

Add -d to a verb that ends in -e. For example:


: assemble - assembled )

assemble declare grate pronounce shave


bake describe hire prune si ice
balance dislocate mana ge raise sneeze
barbecue dive measure rake state
bathe dribble microwave recite style
bounce enforce move recycle supervise
browse erase nurse remove translate
bruise examine operate revise type
bubble exchange organize rinse underline
change exercise overdose save unscramble
circle experience practice scrape use
el ose file prepare serve vote
combine gargle produce share wheeze
Double the final consonant and add -ed to the end of the verb. For example:
chop - chopped )

chop mop skip transfer


hop plan stir trim
knit occur stop

Drop the final -y and add -ied to the end of the verb. For example:
apply - applied

apply dry fry study


copy empty stir-fry try

Irregular Verbs
The following verbs have irregular past tense and/or past participle forms.
be was/were been know knew known
beat beat beaten leave left left
become became become let let let
bend bent bent make made made
begin began begun meet met met
bleed bled bled pay paid paid
break broke broken put put put
bring brought brought read read read
build built built rewrite rewrote rewritten
buy bought bought ring rang rung
catch caught caught run ran run
choose ch ose chosen say said said
come came come see saw seen
cut cut cut sell sold sold
do did done set set set
draw drew drawn shoot shot shot
drink drank drunk sing sang sung
drive drove driven sit sat sat
eat ate e aten sleep slept slept
fall fell fallen speak spoke spoken
feed fed fed stand stood stood
fly flew flown sweep swept swept
get got gotten swim swam swum
give gave given swing swung swung
go went gene take took taken
grow grew grown tea ch taught taught -
hang hung hung throw threw thrown
have had had understand understood understood
hit hit hit withdraw withdrew withdrawn
hold held held write wrote written
hurt hurt hurt
The bold number indicares the page(s) on which the word appears. The number that follows indicates the word's location in
the illustration and in the word list on the page. Far example, "address 1-5" indicates that the word address is on page 1 and
is item number 5.

3-point turn 130-25 airplane 132-23 architect 112-4 baboon 153-45


35 millimeter camera 77-14 aisle 55-1, 132-7 area code 1-12 baby 2-7, 10-5, 42-2
A.M. 16 aisle seat 132-1 O arithrnetic 105 baby backpack 25-31
A.V. crew 104-12 alarm dock 23-17 arm 86-28 baby carriage 25-21
abdomen 86-25 alcohol 93-10 armadillo 152-20 baby carrier 25-23
above 8-1 alfalfa 151-31 armchair 21-29 baby cereal 54-15
accelerator 127-73 algebra 105 armrest 127-82 babyfood 54-16, 100-1
accordion 150-26 allergic reaction 91-7 around 129-4 baby frontpack 25-30
account 80-E allergist 96-5 arrival and departure baby lotion 100-16
account number 81-2b alligator 155-28 board 124-13 baby monitor 25-2
accountant 112-1 alternator 126-38 arrival and departure baby powder 100-11
Ace™ bandage 90-12 aluminum foil 54-12 monitor 131-5 baby products 54
acid rain 158-16 ambulance 84-8 art 103-19 baby seat 25-26
acorn squash 49-13 American cheese 52-10 art gallery 136-2 baby shampoo 100-14
acoustic guitar 150-5 ammonia 32-14 arteries 87-68 baby wipes 100-10
across 129-7 amphibians 155 artichoke 49-27 babysitter 112-7
acrylic paint 135-31 amusement park 136-5 artide 107-4 back 86-27
act 116-1 anesthesiologist 97-17 artist 112-5 back door 27-21
action figure 79-12 anesthetic 93-F ask a question 6-17 back support 123-7
action movie 149-24 angry 47-17 ask about the benefits backache 88-5
activities director 84-12 ankle 87-48 118-K backboard 143-22
actor 112-2, 147-2,15 ankle socks 71-10 ask about the salary 118-J backgammon 135-37
actress 112-3, 147-3,16 anniversary 18-27 ask you sorne questions backhoe 122-18
acupuncturist 96-15 annoyed 46-16 about your health 92-E backpack 70-25, 139-10
acute angle 106-20a answer 6-20, 7-51,52,54 asparagus 49-7 backup light 126-20
ad 118-A answer sheet 7-54 aspirin 90-13, 95-1 backyard 27
adapter 77-13 answer the question 6-19, assault 85-11 bacon 50-14, 61-12
add 58-10 7-48 assemble 116-2 bacon, lettuce, and tomato
adding machine 77-11, answering machine 77-6 assembler 112-6 sandwich 61-27
119-13 antacid tablets 95-8 assembly line 121-4 bad 44-32
addition 105 anteater 152-25 assist 116-3 badminton 140-J
address 1-5 antelope 153-44 assistant principal 102-6 badminton racket 140-20
adhesive bandage 90-3 antenna 126-14 asteroid 111-11 bag 56-1, 132-C, 162-f
adhesive tape 90-9 antibiotic ointment 90-7 asthma 91-18 bagel 61-3
adjective 107-5 antihistamine cream 90- 11 astronaut 111-30 baggage 131-17
administrative anti pasto 64- 1 O astronomer 111-27 baggage carousel 131-16
assistant 119-22 anti pasto pi ate 64-1 O astronomy 111, 135-S baggage cart 131-18
adult 42-7 antiseptic cleansing athletic shoes 69-17 baggage daim 131-D,15
adult school 101-5 wipe 90-4 athletic supporter 68-10 baggage claim area 131-15,
adventure movie 149-24 antier 152-1a atlas 83-28 161-2
adverb 107-7 ants 30-11c ATM 80-12 baggage claim check
aerogramme 82-3 apartment ads 28-1 ATM card 80-6 131-21, 161-12
afraid 47-27 apartment building 20-1 ATM machine 80-12 baggage compartment
afternoon 19-5 apartment listings 28-2 audio cassette 76-25 124-10
aftershave 99-25 apartment number 1-8 audiologist 96-9 bagger 55-14
aftershave lotion 99-25 apex 106-19a audiotape 76-25, 83-16 baggy 72-4
age 42 apostrophe 107-12 auditorium 102-K bait 145-29
AIDS 91-25 appetizers 64 August 18-20 bake 58-15, 116-4
air 126-48 apple 48-1 aunt 3-2 baked chicken 64-14
air bag 127-49 apple juice 51-15 author 83-3 baked goods 53
air conditioner 28-28 apple pie 64-25 autobiography 108-7 baked pota to 64-18
air conditioning 31-21, appliance repairperson automatic baker 112-8
127-67 30-E transmission 127-74 bakery 36-1
air filter 126-32 application form 118-F autumn 19-29 baking products 53
air freshener 26-25 apply far a loan 80-F available 118-6 balance 110-17
air letter 82-3 appointment 18-28 avalanche 159-13 balance beam 141-39
air pollution 158-13 appointment book 120-6 average height 42-15 balance the checkbook
air pump 126-41 apricot 48-7 average weight 42-18 81-16
air purifier 94-11 April 18-16 avocado 48-14 balcony 28-21
air sickness bag 132-18 aquarium 136-14 ax 34-3 bald 43-35
airtank 145-18 archery 141-S ballerina 147-11
ballet 147-D beam 122-30 black bear 152-5 booth 62-4
ballet dancer 147-10 bear 152-5, 7 black belt 141-35 boots 69-23
ballfield 137-11, 142-2,4 beard 43-36 blackout 85-13 bored 47-28
banana 48-4 beat 58-7 bladder 87-66 boss 119-21
band 104-1, 147-8 beater 59-5 blade 144-7 botanical gardens 136-15
bandage 90-3,12 beautiful 45-51 blank 7-53 bottle 56-2, 100-3
Band-Aid™ 90-3 beaver 152-14 blanket 23-7, 138-24, bottle opener 59-3
banjo 150-7 bed 9-10, 23-1 139-20 bottled water 51-25
bank 36-2 bed control 97-4 blanket sleeper 68-6 bottle-return machine
bank officer 80-13 bed frame 23-25 blazer 66-22 55-25
bank onlíne 81-18 bed pan 97-9 bleach 73-9 bounce 146-8
bank robbery 85-10 bed table 97-8 bleachers 102-la bow and arrow 141-43
bank vault 80-8 bedspread 23-10 bleed 89-38 bow tie 66-28
bankbook 80-5 bee 30-11d, 154-3 bleeding 90-19e bowl 22-29, 59-30, 60-12
barbecue 27-24, 58-23 beehive 154-36a blender 24-19 bowling 140-G
barbell 141-41 beet 49-35 blinds 23-14 bowling ball 140-12
barber 112-9 beetle 154-38 blister 88-18 bowling shoes 140-13
barber shop 36-3 behind 8-4 blizzard 159-4 box 45, 56-3, 141-T
bark 156-7 beige 65-6 bloated 89-30 box spring 23-24
barn 151-7 bell captain 133-6 block 128-29 boxer shorts 68-9
barnyard 151-10 bell desk 162-12 blocks 79-4 boxers 68-9
barrette 70-12, 98-18 beilhop 133-4 blond 43-32 boxing gloves 141-45
barrier 128-7 below 8-2 blood 92-D boxingtrunks 141-46
base 99-40, 106-19c belt 70-20 blood pressure 92-C boy 42-4
baseball 142-A, 143-A,1 bench 137-9 blood pressure gauge 92-3 bra 68-15
baseball cap 67-10 bend 146-12 blood tests 94-15 brace 93-20
baseball field 142-2 benefits 117-K blood work 94-15 bracelet 70-11
baseball glove 143-6 berries 156-25 bloody nose 88-16 braces 94-20
baseball player 142-1 between 8-11 blouse 66-1 brain 87-52
baseball uniform 143-4 beverages 51 blow dryer 98-11 brainstorm ideas 107-16
basement 29 bib 100-2 BLT 61-27 brake 127-72
basketball 11-8, 142-F, bicycle 79-32, 125-18, blue 65-7 brake light 126-19
143-F,21 140-8 blue jay 154-2 brake pedal 127-72
basketball court 142-12 bicycle helmet 140-9 blueberries 48-31 branch 156-4
basketball hoop 143-23 bicycle path 137-1 bluegrass 148-10 brass 150
basketball player 142-11 big 44-9, 72-5 blueprints 122-6 bread 53-30
bass 150-4, 155-5 Big Dipper 111-3a blues 148-9 bread basket 62-9
bassoon 150-15 bike 125-18, 140-8 blush 99-39 bread-and-butter plate
bat 143-2, 152-21 bike helmet 139-19, 140-9 boa constrictor 155-38 63-24
bath 9-12, 98-E bike path 137-1 board 4-10, 4-15, 6-7 break 58-6, 89-48
bath mat 26-35 bike rack 137-13 board game 79-1, 135-P break up into small
bath towel 26-18 bike shorts 69-6 board the plane 132-H groups 7-38
bathe 98-E, 100-C bikeway 137-1 boarding pass 131-12,14, breakfast 9-15,18
bathing cap 145-13 biking 140-E 132-G breast 86-26
bathing suit 69-10, 11, bikini panties 68-13 boat trip 160-7 breath 88-25
145-11 bill 17, 154-13a bobby pin 98-17 breathing 90-16,16b
bathrobe 68-4 billiard balls 141-34 bobsled 144-13 brick 122-27
bathroom 31-17, 132-4 billiards 141-0 bobsledding 144-G bricklayer 112-10
bathroom sink 26-6 binder 5-27 body Jotion 99-35 bridge 45, 128-2
bathtub 26-31, 30-1 bindings 144-3 boíl 58-16 briefcase 70-27
batteries 33-12 binoculars 135-32 bok choy 49-11 briefs 68-8,14
battery 77-4, 126-40 biography 108-6 bologna 52-2 bring in your homework
battery charger 76-13, 77-5 biohazard 123-20 bolt 34-30 6-22
battery pack 76-12 biology 103-7 bones 87-63 broccoli 49-3
batting helmet 143-3 birch 156-17 boogie board 138-13 broil 58-17
bay 109-17 birdie 140-21 book 5-24, 6-11,15,26, 11-4 broiled fish 64-15
beach 136-12 bird watching 135-N book bag 70-24 broke a finger 90-18d
beach ball 79-6, 138-17 birds 154 book of stamps 82-13 broken 30-4,10,
beach blanket 138-24 birthday 18-26 book store 36-4 31-12,18,20, 72-19, 162-c
beach chair 138-10 birthing room 97-E bookcase 4-17, 21-1 broken line 128-17
beach towel 138-16 biscuit 61-6 booking a trip 160 brooch 70-9
beach umbrella 138-11 bison 152-8 booksontape 83-15 brook 109-9
beads 70-8 bit 34-20 bookshelf 4-17 broom 32-1
beak 154-6a black 43-30, 65-14 boombox 76-28 brother 2-9
beaker 110-7 black bean 49-19 booster seat 25-25, 62-7 brother-in-law 3-1 O
browse the Web 135-Q cabinet 24-5 cardiopulmonary chalk 5-32
bruise 89-42 cable 78-18 resuscitation 90-15 chalkboard 4-10
brush 33-23, 98-13 cable TV 30-8 cards 11-7, 135-0,34 chandelier 22-10
brush rny hair 9-8, 98-J cable TV bill 81-13 care instructions 75-8 change purse 70-18
brush rny teeth 9-3, 98-A cable TV company 30-D carnation 157-44 change the baby's
brussels sprout 49-21 cactus 156-29 carnival 136-19 diaper 100-8
bubble bath 98-7 Caesar salad 64-11 carousel 137-14 cha n ge-of-add ress
bubble soap 79-23 cafe 163-15 carpenter 31-K, 112-14 form 82-15
bubble the answer 7-54 cafetería 102-L carpet 23-12 changing pad 25-9
bucket 32-22 cafeteria worker 102-12 carpet sweeper 32-4 changing table 25-7
bud 157-37 cake 53-34 carpool 158-12 cheap 45-62
buffalo 152-8 cake mix 53-37 carrot 49-24 check 63-F,21, 80-3, 81-2
buffet 22-3 cake pan 59-34 carry-on bag 131-10, 132-1 check in at the gate 132-F
bug spray 33-18 calculator 5-31, 77-10 carton 56-6 check number 81-2a
build 116-5 calculus 105 cartoon 149-22,35 check register 81-20
build models 135-M calf 86-36 cartwheel 146-29 check your answers 7-49
building blocks 79-4 call button 97-5, 132-13 carving knife 59-21 check your blood
building manager 28-10 camcorder 76-11 cash 81-1,26 pressure 92-C
bulb 157-39 camel 153-52 cash a check 80-C checkbook 81-16,19
bulbs 33-13 camera 77-14, 135-42 cash a traveler's check checked 71-26
bulldozer 122-17 camera case 77-22 164-2 checkers 135-36
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fiare 126-29 freezing 14-26 garbage truck 40-19 gloves 67-21, 93-23, 143-6
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green pepper 49-31 handicapped parking hen 151-20 hotel 38-5
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guidance counselor 102-4 hanger 73-23 high-top sneakers 69-20 household items 54
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gurney 97-22 harp 150-8 hip hop 148-11 hubcap 126-7
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murder 85-12 nightgown 68-2 old 42-13, 44-2,4
muscles 87-62 nightshirt 68-3 olive oil 53-26 P.A. system 4-14
museum 136-1, 163-13 nightstand 23-19 olives 53-19 P.E. 103-17
mushroom 49-26 nipple 100-4 on 8-6, 129-9 P.E. teacher 102-9
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mustard 53-16, 60-24 non-fiction 108-5 onion 49-36 pager 77-7
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nachos 60-8, 64-5 noon 16 onto 129-13 paint 30-6, 33-21, 116-19,
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nail file 99-26 notes 7-44 opera 147-C paint set 79-29
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nail polish remover 99-32 notebook 5-27 operate 116-18 paintbrush 33-23, 134-11
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needlepoint 134-G,19 orthopedist 96-6 paper products 54
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paramedic 84-7 penguin 154-16 pigeon 154-7 Pluto 111-20
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parcel post 82-8 penny 17-1 pillow 21-19, 23-3 pneumatic dril! 122-5
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41-30 Perfume Counter 74-3 pine cone 156-10 poison 91-8
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parking lot 28-23, 40-16 periodical sectíon 83-10 pineapple juice 51-16 poison oak 156-33
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parking space 28-24 personal cassette ping pong ball 140-28 poisonous 123-15
parrot 154-22 player 76-30 ping pong table 140-26 polar bear 152-2
parsley 49-6 personal CD player 76-29 pink 65-2 pole 144-4, 145-25
partner 7-37 personal digital audio pint 56-18, 57 police car 84-3
parts of speech 107 player 76-32 pipe 122-29 police officer 41-25, 84-2,
part-time 118-5 personal identification pipe wrench 34-10 114-16
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pastrami 52-7 petunia 157-49 plains 109-7 pool table 141-32
pastry 61-5 pharmacist 114-13 plan a procedure 110-C poor 45-50
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patient 93-7, 97-1 Phillips screwdriver 34-8 planet 111-6 popular music 148-2
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pattern 71, 134-20 photocopier 83-6, 119-14 plant vegetables 35-B pork chops 50-11
patterned 71-29 photograph 21-2, 164-6 plantain 48-5 porpoise 155-13
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164-10 physical therapy 94-17 plate 22-26 portable digital audio
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PDA 77-8 physician 93-6, 97-11 platform 124-16 portable stereo system
pea 49-16 physician assistant 114-8 platter 22-19 76-28
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peanut butter 53-14 piccolo 150-9 147-A post office 39-19
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pearl necklace 70-6 pickles 53-18 play board games 135-P postage meter 119-7
pearls 70-6 pickup truck 122-20, play cards 11-7, 135-0 postal clerk 82-25
pedestrian 41-27 125-11 play house 79-37 postal scale 119-6
pedestrian crossing 130-9 picnic 139-E play the guitar 11-9 postal worker 82-25, 114-17
pediatrician 96-3 picnic area 137-3 play with 100-1 postcard 82-2, 108-14,
peel 58-5 picnic basket 139-22 playground 137-16 163-6
peeler 59-4 picnic blanket 139-20 playpen 25-16 Post-lt note pad 120-11
peeling 30-6 picnic table 137-6 playroom 84-19 postmark 82-22
peephole 29-34 picture 21-2 plays 148-B pot 59-7
pelican 154-20 pie plate 59-26 pliers 34-16 potato 49-28
pelvis 87-71 piece of paper 7-46 plum 48-6 potato chips 52-23
pen 5-20 pierced earrings 71-12 plumber 30-A potato salad 52-13
pencil 5-21 pig 151-16 plunger 26-22, 33-3 potato skins 64-6
potholder 24-22 put 58-13 rattle 25-17 restrooms 161-9
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power sander 34-22 supervisor 121-8 receipt 75-4, 81-29 right turn only 130-5
power saw 34-21 quart 56-19, 57 reception area 119-A ring 31-14, 70-1,
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prairie dog 152-33 quarter after 16 119-3 ripped 72-18
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pregnant 42-20 quarter to 16 record observations 110-E roach killer 33-19
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preschool 101-1 quill 152-12a rectangle 106-18 roast beef 50-4, 52-1, 64-13
prescription 93-17 quilt 23-11 recycle 158-9 roast beef sandwich 61-28
presentation board 119-5 quiz show 149-32 recycling bin 32-24 roasting pan 59-19
pretty 45-51 quotation marks 107-13 recycling center 84-16 roastíng rack 59-20
pretzels 52-25 red 43-33, 65-1 robbery 85-4
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principal 102-2 racquet 140-24 reference librarían 83-30 rock music 148-4
principal's office 102-B racquetball 140-K,23 reference sectíon 83-23 rocking chair 100-21
prínt 71-29 radiation 158-17 refreshment stand 138-4 rod 145-25
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printer 5-39, 78-16 radiator hose 126-36 reggae 148-12 roll of stamps 82-12
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prism 110-14 radioactive 123-17 reíns 140-15 rollerblading 140-D
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procedure 110-C,D radiology department relish 53-17, 60-26 rolls 53-31
produce 55-20 97-G remote 76-6 roof 27-13, 28-18, 30-5
projection TV 76-4 radish 49-25 remote control 76-6 roof rack 126-12
pronoun 107-6 radius 106-21 b remove your card 81-28 roofer 30-B
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proud 47-29 rafting 145-E renta car 163-8 room key 133-21
provolone 52-9 railroad crossing 130-10 repair 72-25, 117-22 room service 133-25, 162-7
prune the bushes 35-G rain boots 67-18 repairperson 30-E, 114-19 room with a view 162-5
prunes 48-26 rainhat 67-13 repeat your name 6-2 room with double
pruning shears 35-19 rain jacket 67-17 report 108-9 beds 162-2
psychiatrist 96-12 raincoat 67-12 reporter 114-1 rooster 151-14
public telephone 41-36 rainforest 109-21 reptiles 155 root 156-8
pudding 64-28 raining 14-9 request an interview 118-C rope 139-17
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pumpernickel 61-32 raisins 48-28 required 118-12 rotary card file 120-4
pumps 69-15 rake 35-14 rescue breathing 90-16 rouge 99-39
punctuation mark 107 rake leaves 35-E reservation 163-7 rough 44-44
pupil 86-10 ranch 20-11 respírator 123-12 route sign 128-4
puppy 152-37 range 24-24 respond to an ad 118-A router 34-23
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pushpin 120-17 raspberríes 48-30 restaurant reservation rowing machine 141-50
push-up 146-24 rat 30-11f , 152-29 163-7 rubber ball 79-5
rubberband 120-13 sausages 50-12, 61-13 secretary 102-1, 115-22. shirt 66-3
rubber cement 120-31 saute 58-20 119-19 shocked 47-22
rubber mat 26-32 save energy 158-1 O security 131-B shoe polish 99-48
rubber stamp 120-27 save water 158-11 security checkpoint 131-6 shoe store 39-22
rug 21-23 saw 34-4 security deposit 28-7 shoelaces 99-49
ruler 5-30 saxophone 150-14 security gate 29-46 shoes 69-13, 99-P, 132-A
run 146-14 say your name 6-1 security guard 80-11, shoot 146-10,23
running 140-B scaffolding 122-12 115-23 shop 103-15
running shoes 69-19, 140-4 scale 26-36, 55-23, 82-26, security officer 102-7, 131-8 shopkeeper 115-27
running shorts 69-2, 140-3 92-1, 110-18 sedan 125-1 shopper 55-2
running suit 69-4 scales 155-1c see a specialist 94-7 shopping basket 55-3
runny nose 88-15 scallion 49-37 seesaw 137-21 shopping cart 55-8
runway 132-20 scallops 50-30 selecta transaction 81-24 shopping mall 39-23
rye bread 61-33 scanner 55-18, 78-17 selective service shopping program 149-40
scarecrow 151-4 registration form 82-16 shore 109-16
s.u.v. 125-7 scared 47-27 sell 117-23 short 42-16, 43-26, 44-6,8,
sad 46-11 scarf 67-5 semi 125-17 72-2
saddle 140-14 schedule 124-15 semi-colon 107-15 short story 108-3
safari 160-11 school 39-21 send someone 162-f shorten 72-21
safe deposit box 80-9 school crossing 130-11 senior care worker 84-20 shortness of breath 88-25
safety boots 123-5 school librarian 102-14 senior center 84-H shorts 66-17, 68-8
safety earmuffs 123-8 school newspaper 104-9 senior citizen 42-10 short-sleeved shirt 71-2
safety glasses 123-13 school nurse 102-3 sentence 107 shortwave radio 76-16
safety goggles 140-22 school secretary 102-1 September 18-21 shot 93-F,14
safety pin 134-7 science 103-6 serve 117-24, 146-7 shoulder 86-23, 128-16
safety seat 25-22 science equipment 11 O serve the meal 62-D shoulder bag 70-22
safety vest 123-4 science fiction movre server 62-11,12, 115-36,37 shoulder harness 127-81
sail 145-22 149-27 service station 37-27 shoulder length 43-25
sailboard 145-21 science kit 79-19 serviceman 115-24 shoulder pads 143-12
sailboat 145-1 science lab 102-G servrcewoman 115-25 shovel 35-4, 122-3, 138-25
sailing 145-A science teacher 102-8 serving bowl 22-14 show 162-e, 163-9
salad 60-13, 64 scientific method 11 O serving dish 22-15 shower 9-2, 26-28, 98-F
salad bar 62-13 scissors 99-30 set of colored pencils shower cap 98-8
salad bowl 22-13 scorpion 154-39 134-16 shower curtain 26-30
salad dressing 53-29, 60-27 Scrabble 135-39 set the table 63-H shower head 26-29
salad fork 63-32 scrape 89-41 sew 117-25, 134-A shrimp 50-29
salad plate 63-23 scraper 34-12 sewer 40-10 shrimp cocktail 64-3
salamander 155-34 scratch 89-40 sewing machine 134-1 shrub 156-26
salami 52-3 screen 4-9, 7-43, 27-11, sewing needle 134-5 shutter 27-12
salary 118-J 77-24, 78-3, 147-14 sex 1-17 shuttle bus 161-6
sale price 75-10 screen door 27-20 shades 7-41 shuttlecock 140-21
sale sign 75-1 screwdriver 34-7 shampoo 98-9 siblings 2
sales tax 75-12 scrub brush 32-20 share a book 6-26 sick 46-4
sa lesperson 114-20 scuba diving 145-H share with the class 6-30 side 106-17a
salmon 50-22 sea anemone 155-25 shark 155-6 side dish 64
salsa 53-27 sea animals 155 sharp 45-67 side door 27-31
salt 53-20 sea horse 155-1 O shave 9-4, 99-L side mirror 126-11
salt shaker 22-21 sea lion 155-17 shaving cream 99-20 sidewalk 40-13
sand 137-23 sea urchin 155-24 sheep 151-27 sign a lease 28
sand castle 138-12 seafood 50 sheet 23-6 sign your name 6-5
sand dune 109-13 seafood salad 52-17 sheet of paper 7-60 silk 71-22
sandals 69-21 seagull 154-5 sheet of stamps 82-11 silver 65-17
sandbox 137-22 seal 155-16 shelf 26-15, 73-25 silver dollar 17-6
sandpaper 33-20 sealing tape 120-34 shell 138-19, 155-26a silverware 63
sandwich bags 54-8 seam 72-25 shellfish 50 simmer 58-21
sanitation worker 84-15, seashell 138-19 shelter 20-9 sing 117-26
115-21 seashore 109-16 shelves 83-7 singer 147-12
satellite 111-28 seasons 19 shin 86-37 single 44-48
satellite dish 27-28 seat 4-5, 6-10, 127-84, shingle 122-28 single room 162-1
Saturday 18-12 132-J shinguards 143-27 sink 24-12, 26-6, 30-2,
Saturn 111-17 seat belt 127-85, 132-K shiny 45-65 162-c
saucepan 59-22 seat the customers 62-A shipping clerk 121-18 sister 2-8, 45
saucer 22-33, 63-30, second floor 28-15 shipping department sister-in-law 3-11
144-12 121-17 sit down 6-1 O
sitcom 149-30 snowboarding 144-E spider 154-33 stir 58-8
situation comedy 149-30 snowing 14-11 spinach 49-5 stir-fry 58-24
sit-up 146-25 snowmobile 144-14 spinach salad 64-9 stirrups 140-16
six-pack 56-15 snowmobiling 144-H spinal column 87-72 stitches 93-11
size 71, 75-6 snowstorm 14-16 spinal cord 87-72 stock clerk 115-26
skate guard 144-8 soap 26-3, 54-10, 98-6 spiral notebook 5-26 stockings 68-19
skateboard 79-35, 140-10 soap dish 26-4 splint 90-18 stomach 87-59
skateboard ramp 137-15 soap dispenser 26-5 sponge 26-34, 32-21 stomachache 88-4
skateboarding 140-F soap opera 149-34 sponge mop 32-10 stop 130-1
skates 144-6 soccer 142-H, 143-H spool of thread 134-4 storage cabinet 119-25
skating 144-C soccer ball 143-26 spoon 22-28 storage locker 29-44
sketch book 134-15 soccer field 142-16 sport coat 66-11 storage room 29-43, 119-G
ski boots 144-2 soccer player 142-15 sport jacket 66-11 store directory 74-1
skihat 67-19 social security number 1-16 sport shirt 66-5 store owner 115-27
ski jacket 67-20 socks 68-12 sport utility vehicle 125-7 stork 154-19
ski mask 67-22 soda 51-23, 60-17 sports car 125-4 storm door 27-6
ski poles 144-4 sofa 21-20 sports program 149-38 stove 24-24, 30-9
ski trip 160-8 soft 44-39 spots 152-27a stow your carry-on
skiing 144-A softball 142-B, 143-B,8 spra1n 89-46 bag 132-1
skillet 59-8 softball glove 143-9 spray gun 33-26 straight 43-27, 44-17,19
skills 118-H softball player 142-3 spray starch 73-20 straight fine 106-13
skim milk 51-3 software 83-19 spreadsheet program strainer 59-12
skin 45, 87-45 solar eclipse 111-7 78-20 straw 71-24
skinny 44-14 solar energy 158-5 spring 19-27 strawberries 48-32
skip 146-16 solar system 111 spnnkler 35-12 straws 54-4, 60-20
skirt 66-2 solid 71-32 sprinlder system 29-40 stream 109-9
skis 144-1 solid figures 106 square 106-17 street 1-7, 40-14, 128-22
skull 87-69 solid line 128-18 squid 155-21 street light 40-15
skunk 152-11 somersault 146-28 squirrel 152-31 street number 1-6
slacks 66-4 son 2-6 stable 151-8 street sign 41-37
sled 144-11 son-in-law 3-8 stacking tray 120-3 street vendor 41-40
sledding 144-F sore throat 88-6 stained 72-17 strep throat 91-14
sledding dish 144-12 sort the laundry 73-A stairway 29-33 stretch 146-11
sledgehammer 122-1 sort the mail 119-c stamp 82-10,23 stretch suit 25-8
sleep 9-14 sound system 76-19 stamp album 135-25 string bean 49-17
sleeping bag 139-2 soup 53-8 stamp machine 82-27 string of pearls 70-6
sleepy 46-2 soup bowl 63-26 stand up 6-6 strings 150
sleeting 14-13 soup spoon 63-36 staple 120-15 striped 71-25
sleeveless shirt 71-3 sour cream 51-9 stapler 120-2 stripes 153-57a
sleeves 72-22 sources of energy 158 star 111-2 stroller 25-20
slice 58-3, 60-11 south 130-18 starfish 155-23 student 4-3
slide 110-3, 137-20 souvenirs 163-5 state 1-10 student government 104-7
slide projector 77-23 soy sauce 53-23 state the problem 11 O-A study 10-8
slim 42-19 soybeans 151-35 static cling remover 73-13 study page ten 6-13
sling 93-18 space exploration 111 station wagon 125-6 study tour 160-9
slip 68-18 space station 111-29 stationery 120-22 stuffed animal 25-13, 79-13
slippers 68-5 spade 135-34d staristrcs 105 style my hair 98-K
slippery when wet 130-15 spaghetti 53-6 steak 50-1 styptic pencil 99-24
slow 44-12 spaghetti and steam 58-18 submarine roll 61-35
slug 152-23 meatballs 64-16 steamer 59-14 subtraction 105
small 44-10, 71-34, 72-6 Spanish 103-12 steering wheel 127-59 suburbs 20-14
small intestine 87-61 spare tire 126-27 stem 157-36 subway 40-20, 124-C
smoggy 14-6 spark plugs 126-31 step ladder 33-7 subway station 40-21,
smoke detector 29-37 sparrow 154-14 steps 31-18 124-19
smooth 44-43 spatula 59-13 stereo system 21-17, 76-19 subway token 124-20
snack bar 74-18, 138-4 speak 117-27 sterile dressing pad 90-5 sugar 53-36
snack foods 52 speaker 21-16, 29-29, 76-27 sterile pad 90-5 sugar bowl 22-7
snail 155-22 specialist 94-7, 96-8 stethoscope 92-8 suggestion box 121-16
snake 155-36 speed limit sign 128-19 stewing beef 50-3 suit 66-12
sneakers 69-17 speedometer 127-55 stick 56-16 suitcase 131-4
sneeze 89-34 spell your name 6-3 stickers 79-31 suite 162-6
snorkel 145-15 sphere 106-25 stickshift 127-77 summer 19-28
snorkeling 145-G spice rack 24-17 stiff neck 88-14 sun 111-4
snowboard 144-10 spices 53-22 stingray 155-9 sun hat 138-22
sunbather 138-14 tail 152-17a, 154-2b teething ring 100-18 ticket counter 124-8, 131-2
sunblock 138-23 taillight 126-18 telemarketer 115-31 ticket window 124-12
sunburn 88-13 tailor 115-29 telephone 77-1 tie 45, 66-14
Sunday 18-6 tailpipe 126-22 telephone bill 81-9 tiger 153-51
sunflower 157-52 take a bath 9-12, 98-E telephone number 1-13 tight 44-30, 72-3
sunglasses 67-26, 138-15 take a bus tour 163-3 telescope 111-26, 135-43 tights 67-7, 68-21
sunny 14-1 take a chest X-ray 92-H television 21-8, 76-1 tiles 31-17
sunroof 126-13 take a message 119-a teller 80-10 time 16
sunscreen 99-38, 138-23 take a shower 9-2, 98-F temperature 14, 88-7, 92-8 time cards 121-2
suntan lotion 138-23 take a walking tour 163-2 temperature gauge 127-53 time dock 121-1
superintendent 29-41 takecareof 117-29 temple 84-L times 105
supermarket 39-24 take in 72-23 tenant 28-4 timetable 124-15
supervise 117-28 take inventory 117-30 tennis 140-1 tip 63-G,22
supervisor 115-28 take notes 7-44 tennis ball 140-18 tire 126-6
supply cabinet 119-24 take off your shoes 132-A tennis court 137-10 tired 46-1
supply room 119-F take out a piece of tennis racket 140-17 tissues 54-3
"surf" the net 135-Q paper 7-46 tennis shoes 69-18 title 83-4, 107-18a
surfboard 138-18, 145-20 take out the garbage 32-1 tennis shorts 140-19 to the left of 8-8
surfer 138-8 take photographs tent 139-1 to the right of 8-9
surfing 145-1 here 164-6 tent stakes 139-3 toad 155-35
surge protector 78-15 take the bus to school tentacle 155-15a toast 61-11
surgeon 97-15 10-12 terminal 132-21 toaster 24-27
surgery 94-18 take the order 62-C terminal building 132-21 toaster oven 24-20
surgical nurse 97-16 take vitamins 94-6 termites 30-1 la today 19-2
surname 1-4 take your receipt 81-29 test tube 110-8 toddler 42-3
surprised 47-21 take your seat 6-1 O tests 7-47, 94-16 toe 87-50
suspenders 70-14 take your temperature 92-B textbook 5-24 toe guard 123-6
swallow poison 91-8 take your transaction thank-you note 108-17, toenail 87-51
swan 154-11 slip 81-29 118-L tofu 51-13
swap meet 136-1 O talk about your theater 147-1,13 toilet 26-26, 30-4
sweatband 69-3 experience 118-1 therapist 96-11 toilet brush 26-23
sweater 66-9 talk about your skills and thermometer 14-19, 92-2 toilet paper 26-24, 54-7
sweater jacket 67-6 qualifications 118-H thermos 139-21 toilet seat 26-27
sweatpants 69-8 talk show 149-31 thick 44-23 token 124-20
sweatshirt 69-7 tall 42-14, 44-5 thigh 86-34 tollbooth 128-3
sweep the floor 32-A tambourine 150-21 thimble 134-6 tomato 49-23
sweet pepper 49-31 tangerine 48-23 thin 42-19, 44-14, 44-24 tomato juice 51-18, 64-2
sweet potato 49-29 tank 145-18 things 73-1 tomorrow 19-3
swim 11-12, 146-21 tank top 69-1 third floor 28-16 tomorrow afternoon 19-17
swimmer 138-6 tape 76-25, 93-13 thirsty 46-8 tomorrow evening 19-18
swimming 145-F tape deck 76-26 this afternoon 19-13 tomorrow morning 19-16
swimming pool 28-25, tape measure 33-6, 122-8 this evening 19-14 tomorrow night 19-19
84-14 tape recorder 76-17 this morning 19-12 tangue 86-20
swimming trunks 69-11 target 141-44 this week 19-21 tonight 19-15
swimsuit 69-10,11, 145-11 taxi 40-2, 124-D,25 thongs 69-22 tool shed 27-19
swing 25-15, 146-19 taxi driver 40-4, 124-27 thorn 157-38 toolbelt 122-9
swing set 79-36 taxi stand 40-3, 124-24, thread 134-4 toolbox 34-17
swings 137-18 161-5 three fourths 105 tooth 86-18, 93-H
Swiss army knife 139-7 taxicab 40-2, 124-25 three quarters 105 toothache 88-3
Swiss cheese 52-8 TB 91-24 three times a week 19-25 toothbrush 26-11, 98-1
swivel chair 119-11 tea 51-29, 61-17 three-piece suit 66-13 toothbrush holder 26-12
swollen 89-49 tea kertle 24-23 throat 87-53 toothpaste 98-2
swordfish 155-4 teach 117-31 throat lozenges 95-7 top 59-6
synagogue 84-J teacher 4-1, 102-5, 115-30 through 129-3 torn 72-18
syringe 92-4 teacher's aide 4-2 throw 146-3 tornado 159-5
teacher's desk 4-18 throw pillow 21-19 tortilla chips 52-24
table 4-6. 22-1, 62-5, 63-H teapot 22-5 throw up 89-37 tortoise 155-26
table tennis 140-L teaspoon 57, 63-35, 95-18 thumb 87-40 tossed salad 64-7
tablecloth 22-23 technical climbing 139-C thumbtack 5-35, 120-16 total price 75-13
tablespoon 57, 95-19 teddy bear 25-1 thunderstorm 14-15 tote bag 70-23
tablet 95-15 tee shirt 68-7 Thursday 18-10 tour 160-4
tabloid 55-16 teenager 42-6 tick 154-30 tourcompany 160-14
tabloid newspaper 55-16 teeth 9-3, 98-A,D ticket 124-9, 131-1, 162-e tourniquet 90-19
taco 60-9 teeth whitener 98-5 ticket agent 131-3 tow truck 125-13
towel 138-16, 162-b truck 125-16 under 8-7, 129-2 videocassette recorder
towel rack 26-21 truck driver 115-34 underline the word 7-56 76-10
town 20-16 trumpet 150-16 underpants 68-8,14 videotape 76-9, 83-18
town hall 84-D trunk 126-17, 153-53b, underpass 128-9 village 20-16
townhome 20-4 156-6 undershirt 68-7 vine 156-30
townhouse 20-4 trunks 141-46 unhappy 46-11 vinegar 53-28
towrope 145-24 try on 75-D Unidentified Flying viola 150-2
toxic waste 158-15 T-shirt 66-16, 68-7, 69-5 Object 111-31 violet 157-56
toychest 25-12 tsunami 159-7 uniforrn 66-15, 143-4 violín 150-1
toy store 39-25 tub 26-31 union notice 121-15 visa 131-28, 161-11
toy truck 79-15 tuba 150-19 universal 141-52 vise 34-15
toys 100-23 tube 56-17 universe 111 visión impaired 42-22
track 102-1, 124-17 tuberculosis 91-24 university 101-9 visor 127-50
track ball 78-13 Tuesday 18-8 unload the washer 73-C visit 163-10
tractor 151-23 tulip 157-54 unscramble the word 7-58 vital signs monitor 97-7
tractor trailer 125-17 tuna 53-9, 155-3 up 129-5 vita mi ns 94-6, 95-3, 100-6
trades school 101-6 tuna fish 53-9 upset 46-15 V-neck sweater 71-5
trading cards 79-24 tuna fish sandwich 61-22 Uranus 111-18 vocational school 101-6
traffic light 41-23, 128-27 tuner 76-24 URL 135-41 volcanic eruption 159-14
traffic signal 41-23, 128-27 tunic 66-23 use 117-34 volleyball 142-G, 143-G,24
traffic signs 130 tunnel 128-1 use a cell phone here volleyball court 142-14
tragedy 148-15 turkey 50-20, 52-5, 151-11 164-9 volleyball net 143-25
trail map 139-13 turn left 130-21 use hand signals 130-26 volleyball player 142-13
trailer 122-21 turn off the lights 7-42 use the computer 11-14 voltage regulator 77-12
train 45, 124-B turn on the lights 7-45 using an ATM machine 81 volunteer 97-18
train derailment 85-18 turn right 130-22 vomit 89-37
train set 79-17 turn signa! 126-3, 127-58 vacancy sign 28-3
train station 39-26, 124-11 turnip 49-38 vacuum 32-B,5 waffles 61-10
train trip 160-6 turnstile 124-21 vacuum cleaner 32-5 wagon 79-34
training pants 100-12 turntable 76-21 vacuum cleaner waist 86-30
trampoline 141-40 turquoise 65-9 attachments 32-6 waiter 62-12, 115-36
transaction 81-24 turtle 155-27 vacuum cleaner bag 32-7 waiting room 93-1, 97-D
transaction slip 81-29 turtleneck 66-26, 71-4 valet parking 133-2 waitress 62-11, 115-37
transfer 124-5 turtleneck shirt 71-4 valley 109-5 wake-up call 162-d
transfer funds 81-27 turtleneck sweater 71-8 van 125-9 walk 146-13
translate 117-32 tusk 153-53a, 155-19a vandalism 85-19 walk the dog 10-7
translator 115-32 tuxedo 66-27 vanity 26-2 walk through the metal
transmission 126-24 TV 21-8, 76-1 vase 22-16 detector 132-E
trash bags 54-9 TV antenna 27-29 vault 80-8 walker 25-18, 94-13
trash bin 28-27 TV programs 149-D VCR 21-9, 76-10 walkie-talkie 79-20
trash can 32-23, 137-4 tweezers 90-1 O veal cutlet 64-17 walkie-talkie set 79-20
trash chute 29-42 twelve midnight 16 vegetable garden 151-3 walking 140-C
trash collector 115-21 twelve noon 16 vegetable peeler 59-4 walking shoes 140-5
trash compactor 24-29 twice a week 19-24 vegetable seeds 35-5 walking tour 163-2
trash container 40-6 twig 156-3 vegetables 35-B, 53-10 wall 21-10, 30-7
travel 160 twist 89-39 veins 87-67 wall unit 21-15
travel agency 39-27, 160-13 two thirds 105 vending machine 119-26 wallet 70-19
travel agent 115-33 two-family house 20-3 vender 138-5 walrus 155-19
traveler's check 80-D.4, type 117-33 vent 127-62 want ad 118-3
81-5. 164-2 type a letter 119-f Venus 111-13 war movie 149-25
tray 22-4, 63-19, 132-D,16 types of clothing 71 verb 107-2 warehouse 121-11
tray table 132-16 types of material 71 vest 66-20 warm 14-23
treadmill 141-49 types of travel 160 vet 115-35 warm-up suit 69-4
tree 156-1 typewriter 119-12 veterinarian 115-35 warning lights 127-57
trench coat 67-14 typewriter cartridge vice-principal 102-6 wart 88-19
tricycle 79-33 120-25 video 76-9 wash 117-35
trigonometry 105 typhoon 159-3 video camera 76-11 wash my face 9-6
trim the hedge 35-F video cassette recorder wash my hair 98-G
trip 160 U.F.O. 111-31 21-9 wash the dishes 10-2
tripe 50-8 ugly 45-52,54 video game 76-34 wash the windows 32-D
tripod 77-20 umbrella 67-15 video game system 76-33 washcloth 26-20
trombone 150-17 uncle 3-1 video store 39-28 washer 34-26, 73-B,C,6
trout 50-26, 155-1 uncomfortable 45-70 videocassette 76-9 washing machine 73-6
trowel 35-7, 122-10 unconscious 91-3 wasp 154-35
wastebasket 4-19, 26-1 wind 158-7 write a first draft 107-18 Helio. This is . . .. May 1
watch 70-15 windbreaker 67-11 write a letter 11-15 please speak to ... ?
watch TV 11-1 window 21-13, 27-10, 32-D write a thank-you note 13-22
water 45, 62-B, 158-11 window cleaner 32-13 118-L Help! 165-15
water bill 81-12 window screen 27-11 write on a separate sheet of Hi. 12-1
water cooler 119-27 window seat 132-8 paper 7-60 Hi. l'rn .... 13-12
water fountain 74-17, 137-7 windshield 126-9 write on the board 6-8 How are you doing? 12-5
water glass 63-27 windshield wipers 126-10 writing process 107 How are you? 12-5
water main break 85-15 windsurfing 145-J 1 don't understand. 13-20
water pollution 158-14 windy 14-7 X-ray machine 92-9, 131-9 1 like your city very
water skis 145-23 wine glass 63-28 X-ray technician 97-23 much. 164-14
water the flowers 35-D wing 154-2a xylophone 150-22 l'd like a wake-up call
watercolor 134-14b winter 19-30 at .... 162-d
waterfall 109-23 wipes 54-18, 100-10 yam 49-30 l'd like to get tickets for a
watering can 35-13 wire 34-24, 122-26 yard 106-7 show. 162-e
watermelon 48-17 wire stripper 34-13 yard sale 136-9 l'd like to introduce ....
waterskiing 145-K witch 45 yard waste bag 35-16 13-15
wave 138-7 withdraw cash 81-26 yardstick 33-1 l'd like to order .... 162-a
wavy 43-28 withdrawal 80-B yarn 134-9 l'm checking out. 162-f
wax the floor 32-F withdrawal slip 80-2 year 18-1 l'm from .... 164-11
waxed paper 54-14 wok 59-10 yearbook 104-1 O l'm here for five days.
wealthy 45-49 wolf 152-4 yellow 65-4 164-12
weather 14 woman 42-9 yesterday 19-1 l'm sorry. . .. isn't here
web 154-33a Women's Clothing yesterday afternoon 19-9 right now. 13-24
web address 135-41 Department 74-8 yesterday evening 19-10 l'm sorry. What did you
web browser 135-40 wood 122-23 yesterday morning 19-8 say? 165-26
wedding band 70-3 wood screw 34-28 yield 130-13 lt's very 164-14
wedding ring 70-3 wooden spoon 59-35 yogurt 51-12 l've seen and ....
Wednesday 18-9 woodpecker 154-6 young 42-11, 44-3 164-13
weed 35-H woods 109-1 Look out! 165-19
weeder 35-20 woodwinds 150 zebra 153-57 May 1 aska question? 13-17
week 18-3 woodworking 134-H zip code 1-11, 82-21 Nice to meet you, too.
weekend 18-5 woodworking kit 134-21 zipper 72-19 13-14
weeping willow 156-22 wool 71-23 zoo 136-17 Nice to meet you. 13-13
weight 42, 92-A word 7-32,33,56,58 zoom lens 77-17 Not much. 12-8
weightlifting 141-R word-processing zucchini 49-12 Not too much. 12-8
weights 141-42 program 78-19 Okay. 12-6
welder 115-38 work 10-13 Expressions Please don't bother
west 130-19 work alone 7-36 Bye. 12-9 me! 165-17
western 149-19 work area 119-D Can you please repeat Please go away! 165-17
wet 45-55, 130-15 work as a class 7-40 that? 13-21 Please repeat that. 165-24
wet clothing 73-10 work boots 69-24 Can you please say that Please speak slowly.
wet mop 32-11 work gloves 33-17 again? 13-21 165-25
wet suit 145-17 work in a group 7-39 Can you please send Please write that down for
whale 155-11 work out 141-V someone to get my me. 165-22
wheat 151-36 work station 121-6 bags? 162-f Police! 165-16
wheelbarrow 35-8, 122-4 work together 6-29 Do you speak ... ? 165-21 See you later. 12-11
wheelchair 94-14 work with a partner 7-37 Don't move! 165-20 See you soon. 12-11
wheeze 89-35 workbook 5-25 Excuse me. 13-16 Sorry. 1 don't understand.
whirlpool 28-26 worker 121-5 Fine, thanks. 12-6 13-20
whisk 59-31 working 30-3,8,9, 31-21 Fine. 12-6 Stop! 165-20
whisk broom 32-3 worm 152-22 Fire! 165-18 Thank you. 13-18
whiskers 152-34a worried 47-26 Freeze! 165-20 Thanks. 13-18
white 65-15 wound 93-B Get away from me! 165-17 This is .... 13-15
white bread 61-29 wrench 34-9 Good afternoon. 12-3 We need sorne
whiteboard 4-15 wrestle 141-U Good evening. 12-4 towels. 162-b
whiten my teeth 98-D wrestling mat 141-48 Good morning. 12-2 What do you call that in
white-water rafting 145-E wrestling uniform 141-47 Good night. 12-10 English? 165-23
whole wheat bread 61-30 wrinkled clothing 73-18 Good-bye. 12-9 What's new with you? 12-7
wide 44-21, 72-15 wrist 87-39 Helio. 12-1 What's new? 12-7
width 106-2,18b wrist watch 70-15 Hello. My name is .... Yes. Hold on a
wife 2-2 write 117-36 13-12 moment. 13-23
wildfire 159-10 write a check 81-17 You're welcome. 13-19
willow 156-22 write a final copy 107-21
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2 two 2nd second
3 three 3rd third
4 four 4th fourth
5 five 5th fifth
6 six 6th sixth
7 seven 7th seventh
8 eight 8th eighth
9 nine 9th ninth
10 ten 10th tenth
11 eleven 11th eleventh
12 twelve 12th twelfth
13 thirteen 13th thirteenth
14 fourteen 14th fourteenth
15 fifteen 15th fifteenth
16 sixteen 16th sixteenth
17 seventeen 17th seventeenth
18 eighteen 18th eighteenth
19 nineteen 19th nineteenth
20 twenty 20th twentieth
21 twenty-one 21st twenty-first
22 twenty-two 22nd twenty-second
30 thirty 30th thirtieth
40 forty 40th fortieth
50 fifty 50th fiftieth
60 sixty 60th sixtieth
70 seventy 70th seventieth
80 eighty 80th eightieth
90 ninety 90th ninetieth
100 one hundred 100th one hundredth
101 one hundred (and) one 101st one hundred (and) first
102 one hundred (and) two 102nd one hundred (and) second
1,000 one thousand 1,000th one thousandth
10,000 ten thousand 10,000th ten thousandth
100,000 one hundred thousand 100,000th one hundred thousandth
1,000,000 one million 1,000,000th one millionth
1,000,000,000 one billion 1,000,000,000th one billionth

Days of the Week Months of the Year


Sunday January July
Monday February August
Tuesday March September
Wednesday April October
Thursday May November
Friday June December
Saturday
Accessories 70 Emotions 46-47
Ailments 88-89 Energy 158
Airplane Travel 132 English Language Arts and Composition 107
Airport 131, 161 Entertainment 147-149
Anima Is 152-153 Environment 158
Animals, Farm 151 Everyday Activities 9, 10
Apartment Building 28-29 Everyday Conversation 12-13
Audio Equipment 76 Exercise Actions 146
Baby Care 100 Exercise Clothing 69
Baby Products 54 Extracurricular Activities 104
Baby's Room 25 Factory 121
Bank 80 Family Members 2, 3
Bathroom 26 Farm 151
Beach 138 Farm Animals 151
Bedroom 23 Fast Food 60
Beverages 51 Finan ces 81
Birds 154 First Aid 90
Body 86-87 Fish 155
Calendar 18 Flowers 156-157
Cameras 77 Food Preparation 58
Cars, Types of 125 Footwear 69
Car Parts and Maintenance 126-127 Frozen Foods 52
City 40-41 Fruits 48
Classroom 4-5 Games 134-135
Classroom Actions 6-7 Gardening Tools and Actions 35
Cleaning Your Home 32 Geography 109
Clothing 66 Geometric Shapes 106
Clothing, Describing 71 Groceries 53
Clothing, Exercise 69 Hardware 34
Clothing Problems and Alterations 72 Highways 128
Coffee Shop 61 Hobbies 134-135
Colors 65 Home, Outside the 27
Communities, Types of 20 Home Supplies 33
Community lnstitutions 84 Hospital 97
Computers 78 Hotel 133, 162
Conservation 158 Hotel Communication 162
Construction Site 122 Household Problems and Repairs 30-31
Containers 56 Household Supplies 54
Cookware 59 Housing, Types of 20
Countries 173 Hygiene 98-99
Crafts 134-135 lllnesses 91
Crime 85 Individual Sports and Recreation 140-141
Daily Activities 9, 10 Injuries 88-89
Dairy Products 51 lnsects 154
Days of the Week 18 lnternational Travel and Tourism 160-165
Deli 52 Jewelry 70
Dental Procedures 93 Job Activities 116-117
Department Store 74 Job Safety 123
Describing Clothing 71 Job Search 118
Describing People and Things 44-45 Job Site 119
Describing Physical States and Emotions 46-47 Job Skills 116-117
Dining Room 22 Jobs 112-115
Disasters 159 Ju ices 51
Diseases 91 Kitchen 24
Emergencies 85, 91, 165 Kitchen Utensils 59
Languages 173 Public Transportation 124
Laundry 73 Ouantities 56
Leisure Activities 11 Recipes 58
Library 83 Recreation, Individual 140-141
Literature 108 Recreation, Outdoor 139
Living Room 21 Reptiles 155
Map, Africa 171 Restaurant 62-63
Map, Asia 172 Restaurant Menu 64
Map, Australia 172 Sandwiches 61
Map, Caribbean 168 School Locations 102
Map, Central America 168 School Personnel 102
Map, Europe 170 School Subjects 103
Map, Middle East 171 Schools, Types of 101
Map, North America 168 Science 110
1 Map, South America 169 Sea Animals 155
Map, World 166-167 Seafood so
Mathematics 10S Sea so ns 19
Measure, Units of 57 Shopping 75
Measurements 106 Sleepwear 68
Meat so Snack Foods 52
Medical Advice 94 Space 111
Medical Emergencies and lllnesses 91 Sport Actions 146
Medica! Exam 92 Sports Equipment 143
Medica! Procedures 93 Sports, Individual 140-141
Medica! Specialists 96 Sports, Team 142
Medicine 95 Streets 128
Money 17 Supermarket 55
Months of the Year 18 Symptoms 88-89
Musical lnstruments 150 Team Sports 142
Nationalities 173 Team SportsEquipment 143
Natural Disasters 159 Telephones 77
Numbers 15 Time 16
Occupations 112-115 Time Expressions 19
Office Supplies and Equipment 120 Tools 34
Outdoor Recreation 139 Tourist Activities 163
Outerwear 67 Tourist Communication 164-165
Outside the Home 27 Toy Store 79
Park 137 Traffic Directions 130
People 42-43 Traffic Signs 130
People, Describing 44-45 Transportation 124
Personal Hygiene 98-99 Travel and Tourism 160-165
Personal lnformation 1 Trees 156-157
Pet Food 54 Underwear 68
Pets 152-153 Units of Measure S7
Physical Descriptions 42-43 Universe 111
Physical States 46-47 Vegeta bles 49
Places Around Town 36-39 Vehicles, Types of 125
Places to Go 136 Video Equipment 76
Plants 1S6-1S7 Water Sports and Recreation 145
Playground 137 Weather 14
Post Office 82 Winter Sports and Recreation 144
Poultry 50 Work Activities and Skills 116-117
Prepositions 8 Workplace 119
Prepositions of Motion 129 Writing 108
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