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English Vocabulary 2 LEARNING PROCESS ENGLISH BASICS ENGLISH SPEAKING FLUENCY DEVELOPMENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

LEARNING PROCESS

ENGLISH

BASICS

English Vocabulary 2 LEARNING PROCESS ENGLISH BASICS ENGLISH SPEAKING FLUENCY DEVELOPMENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

ENGLISH

SPEAKING

2 LEARNING PROCESS ENGLISH BASICS ENGLISH SPEAKING FLUENCY DEVELOPMENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT ENGLISH

FLUENCY

DEVELOPMENT

ENGLISH BASICS ENGLISH SPEAKING FLUENCY DEVELOPMENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT ENGLISH SPEAKING CURICULLUM

PERSONALITY

DEVELOPMENT

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English Basics English English Grammar Vocablary English Speaking Fluency English Development Pronunciation
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Fluency
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Leadership
Speaking
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( + ) ve
Interview -
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English Vocabulary 3   TABLE OF CONTENTS Topic No NAME OF CHAPTER Pg.No 1 T he
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Topic No

NAME OF CHAPTER

Pg.No

1

The English Alphabet

5

2

Common Symbols

6

3

Capitalization

6

4

Appearance

7

5

Compound Words

9

6

Computers

10

7

English Families

11

8

English Greetings

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9

English Numbers

16

10

Telephone Calls

18

11

Season

19

12

Time

20

13

Weather

21

14

Building Vocabulary

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15

Clothes Vocabulary

26

16

Eating Vocabulary

29

17

Education Vocabulary

34

18

Election Vocabulary

37

19

Entertainment Vocabulary

40

20

Food Vocabulary

42

21

Job & Work Vocabulary

43

22

Birth, Life and Death Vocabulary

46

23

Money Vocabulary

49

24

House Vocabulary

52

25

Shopping Vocabulary

57

26

Sports Vocabulary

60

27

English Abbreviation & Acronyms

62

28

Common Names Daily Household

64

29

Common Professions

70

30

Common Vocabulary

80

31

English Phonetics

81

32

Pair of Things

82

33

Parts of Car

82

34

Pair of Clothing

83

35

Parts of the Body

83

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of Car 82 34 P air of Clothing 83 35 P arts of the Body 83

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English Vocabulary 4 36 Special Occasion 83 37 Weather 84 38 Weekend 84 39 Art &
36 Special Occasion 83 37 Weather 84 38 Weekend 84 39 Art & Music 84
36
Special Occasion
83
37
Weather
84
38
Weekend
84
39
Art & Music
84
40
Banking & Finance
85
41
Containers
85
42
Natural Disasters
85
43
Household Chores
85
44
Office Supplies
86
45
City Sights
86
46
Daily Activities
86
47
Days
87
48
Electronic Devices
87
49
Hobbies
87
50
House & Apartment
88
51
Location
88
52
Meals
88
53
Must Know Vocabulary
88
53
Vocabulary List
88
PICTURE VOCABULARY
55
Basic Food
93
56
Body & Health
94
57
Classroom Items
95
58
Clothing & Accessories
95
59
Colors
96
60
Dishes
96
61
Fruits
97
62
Home & Furniture
98
63
People & Occupation
98
64
Personal Items
99
65
Sports fun & Recreation
100
66
Transportation
101
67
Vegetables
101
68
Amphibians , Reptiles & Birds
102
69
Musical Instruments
105
70
Shapes
105
71
Tools
106

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English Vocabulary 5 T THE ENGLISH ALPHABET V The alphabet A-Z A a B b C
T THE ENGLISH ALPHABET V The alphabet A-Z A a B b C c D
T
THE ENGLISH ALPHABET
V
The alphabet A-Z
A
a
B
b
C
c
D
d
E
e
F
f
G
g
H
h
The Phonetic Alphabet
I i
J j
K
k
L
l
M m
N n
O
o
P p
When spelling (especially over the phone) use the
phonetic alphabet to avoid confusion.
Q
q
R
r
S
s
T
t
U
u
V
v
W w
X
x
A
Alpha
B
Bravo
Y
y
Z
z
C
Charlie
D
Delta
E
Echo
F
Foxtrot
VOWELS
G
Golf
H
Hotel
A
E
I
O
U
I
India
J
Juliet
K
Kilo
L
Lima
CONSONANTS
M
Mike
N
November
B
C
D
F
G
H
J
K
O
Oscar
P
Papa
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S
T
Q
Quebec
R
Romeo
V
W
X
Y
Z
S
Sierra
T
Tango
U
Uniform
V
Victor
THE RHYMING ALPHABET
W
Whisky
X
X-Ray
The following letters rhyme with each other:-
Y
Yankee
Z
Zulu
ä sound ë sound e sound ï sound
yü sound
A
B
F
I
O
Q
R Z
COMMON SYMBOLS
H
C
L
Y
U
J
D
M
W
Symbol
Word (common term in brackets)
K
E
N
.
Full Stop
G
S
,
Comma
P
X
?
Question Mark

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term in brackets) K E N . Full Stop G S , Comma P X ?

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English Vocabulary 6 ! Exclamation Mark : Colon ; Semi-Colon "How do you spell UNESCO please?"
! Exclamation Mark : Colon ; Semi-Colon "How do you spell UNESCO please?" - Hyphen
!
Exclamation Mark
:
Colon
;
Semi-Colon
"How do you
spell UNESCO
please?"
-
Hyphen (Dash)
&
Ampersand
"How do you
spell T-Online
please?"
/
Virgule (Forward Slash)
\
Reversed Virgule (Backward Slash)
"How do you
spell 1&1 Profi
please?"
@
At
#
Hash
£
Pound Symbol
Euro Symbol
$
Dollar Symbol
'
Apostrophe
~
Tilde
*
Asterisk
´
Acute Accent
`
Grave Accent
"
Quotation Mark
( )
Left / Right Parentheses
[]
Left / Right Square Bracket
He is tall.
{}
Left / Right Brace
<>
Left / Right Angle Bracket
+ He is very
tall.

CAPITALISATION

When spelling a word for someone it is sometimes necessary to let the person know when letters need to

be written in CAPITALS and when they need to be written small. There's a guide to capitalisation here.

"Capital U-N-E-S-C-O."

"Capital T dashcapital O small n-l-i- n-e."

"The number one then an ampersand another one, followed by capital P small r-o-f-i."

APPEARANCES - HOW TO DESCRIBE SOMEONE IN ENGLISH

Height

APPEARANCES - HOW TO DESCRIBE SOMEONE IN ENGLISH Height He is short. He is normal height.
APPEARANCES - HOW TO DESCRIBE SOMEONE IN ENGLISH Height He is short. He is normal height.

He is short.

He is normal height.

He is quite short.

He is relatively normal height.

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He is normal height. He is quite short. He is relatively normal height. Confidence, Fluency &

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English Vocabulary 7 Build Eyes grey eyes green eyes blue eyes brown eyes dark eyes She

Build

Eyes

English Vocabulary 7 Build Eyes grey eyes green eyes blue eyes brown eyes dark eyes She

grey

eyes

green

eyes

blue

eyes

brown

eyes

dark

eyes

eyes blue eyes brown eyes dark eyes She is skinny. (negative) She is underweight. (negative) She

She is skinny. (negative)

brown eyes dark eyes She is skinny. (negative) She is underweight. (negative) She is thin. (negative)

She is underweight.

(negative)

She is skinny. (negative) She is underweight. (negative) She is thin. (negative) She is fat. (negative)

She is thin. (negative)

She is underweight. (negative) She is thin. (negative) She is fat. (negative) She is overweight. (negative)

She is fat. (negative)

(negative) She is thin. (negative) She is fat. (negative) She is overweight. (negative) She is plump.

She is overweight.

(negative)

She is fat. (negative) She is overweight. (negative) She is plump. (neutral) She is stocky. (neutral)

She is plump. (neutral)

She is stocky. (neutral)

(negative) She is plump. (neutral) She is stocky. (neutral) She is bonny. (positive) ! Note! This

She is bonny. (positive)

(neutral) She is stocky. (neutral) She is bonny. (positive) ! Note! This is a black eye!

! Note!

This is

a black

eye!

Type of hair He She She has She has has She She no has mediu
Type of hair
He
She
She
has
She
has
has
She
She
no
has
mediu
mediu
has
has
hair.
long
m
m
short
short
= He
hair.
length
length
hair.
hair.
is
hair.
hair.
bald.
She
She
She
She
has
has
She
has
has
mediu
mediu
has
+ long,
short,
-
m
m
short,
black
black
length
length,
blond
hair.
hair.
,blond
red
e hair.
e hair.
hair.
She
She
She
She
She
grey hair
+ has
has
has
has
has
long,
short,
mediu
mediu
-
short,
+ straig
straigh
m
m
curly,
-
ht,
t,
length,
length,
blond
black
black
straigh
wavy,
t, length, length, blond black black straigh wavy, She is slim. (positive) She is slender. (positive)
t, length, length, blond black black straigh wavy, She is slim. (positive) She is slender. (positive)
t, length, length, blond black black straigh wavy, She is slim. (positive) She is slender. (positive)

She is slim. (positive)

She is slender. (positive)

wavy, She is slim. (positive) She is slender. (positive) ^ !Note - if a man is

^

!Note - if a man is fat (especially round the waist) we often say he has a beer belly.

Hair

round the waist) we often say he has a beer belly. Hair blonde/fai r hair blonde

blonde/fai

r hair

blonde

brown

hair

brunette

red hair

redhead

black

hair

-

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English Vocabulary 8 hair. hair. t, red e hair. blonde hair. hair. Her Her hair is
hair. hair. t, red e hair. blonde hair. hair. Her Her hair is Her Her
hair.
hair.
t,
red
e hair.
blonde
hair.
hair.
Her
Her
hair is
Her
Her
Her
hair is
mediu
hair is
hair is
hair is
mediu
o
m
short,
long,
short,
m
-
length,
curly
straig
straigh
length,
r
straigh
and
ht and
t and
wavy
t and
blond
black.
black.
and
blonde
e.
red.
.
Type of complexion
A
She is
He is
She is
B
She is
white.
white.
white.
He is asian. He
black.
She
He
She has
has light-brown
She
has
has
very
has
skin.
lightly
fair
pale
dark
tanned
skin.
skin.
skin.
skin.
C

OTHER FEATURES

Point your cursor over the named feature, if you're correct the word will appear.

named feature, if you're correct the word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils

moustach

e

beard

if you're correct the word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks

chin

forehea

d

nostrils

word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks fringe lips teeth COMPOUND
word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks fringe lips teeth COMPOUND
word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks fringe lips teeth COMPOUND
word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks fringe lips teeth COMPOUND
word will appear. moustach e beard chin forehea d nostrils eyebrows cheeks fringe lips teeth COMPOUND

eyebrows

cheeks

fringe

lips

teeth

COMPOUND WORDS

A compound word is made when two words are

joined to form a new word. Look at the red word.

Look at the words in the row. Click on a blue word to

make a compound word. There may be more than

one correct answer. Use a dictionary to learn the

meaning or definition of the compound word.

afterthought, airplane, another, anybody, anyhow, anyone, anything, anywhere

backbone, backspace, backwoods, become, bedroom, beeswax, birthday, birthright, blackberry, blackbird, blackboard, bloodvessel, bluebell, bodyguard, bookkeeper, brushwood

cardboard, carefree, caretaker, carpet, chairman, clockwork, commonsense, copyright, cupboard

D

daylight, dead weight, downfall

E

earring, earthwork, evergreen, everybody, everyday, everyone, everything, everywhere, eyeball

F

fatherland, ingerprint, firearm, fire-engine, firefly, fireman, fireplace, firework, first-rate, floppy disk, football, footlights, footman, footnote, footprint, footstep

G

gasworks, goldfish, goodlooking, good-morning, goodnight, gunboat, gun-carriage, gunmetal, gunpowder

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English Vocabulary 9 H handbook, handwriting, headdress, headland, headstone, headway, hereafter, herewith, herself,

H

handbook, handwriting, headdress, headland, headstone, headway, hereafter, herewith, herself, highlands, highway, himself, horseback, horseplay, horsepower, hourglass, houseboat, housekeeper, however

T

themselves, today, tonight, toothpaste, tradesman

U

underclothing, undercooked, undergo, undergrowth, undermined, undersigned, undersized, understatement, undertake, undervalued, undo, update, upkeep, uplift, upon, upright, uptake, uptight

I

inasmuch, income, indoors, inland, inlet, input, inside, instep, into, itself

V

viewpoint.

J , K

joystick, keyboard

W

wallpaper, waterfall, weekend, well-being, well-off, whatever, whenever, whereas, whereby, wherever, whichever, whitewash, whoever, windpipe, within, without, woodwork, workhouse , workman

L

landmark, landslip, lighthouse, lipstick, loan shark, looking-glass

M

manhandle, manhole, meeting room, moonlight, myself

X

x-ray

Y

yearbook, yourself

N

network, newspaper, nobody, nothing, nowhere

Z
Z

zookeeper

O

offspring, oncoming, oneself, online, onlooker, onto, ourselves, outburst, outcome, outcry, outdoor, outgoing, outhouse, outlaw, outlet, outline, outlook, output, outside, outskirts, outstretched, overacting, overall overbalancing, overbearing, overcoat, overcome, overdo, overdressed, overfull, overhanging, overhead, overland, overleaf, overload, overlook, overseas, overseer, overshoe, overstatement, overtake, overtaxed, overtime overturned, overuse, overvalued, overweight, overworking

P

pincushion, plaything , policeman, policewoman, postman, postwoman, postmark, postmaster, postoffice

Q , R

railway, runway, runaway

scarecrow, seaman, secondhand, shorthand, shutdown, sideboard, sidewalk, somebody, someday, somehow, someone, something, sometime, somewhat, somewhere, starlight, startup, steamship, suchlike, sunburn, sunlight, sunshade, sweetheart

COMPUTERS

PC (Personal Computer)

I presume that as you're visiting this page you are on some kind of computer, but do you know what all the parts of a computer are called? Find the items listed, hover over the item or click on it to see if you're right.

Find these items on this computer

desk:-

you're right. Find these items on this computer desk:- computer(s) cupboard(s) disc drive(s) drawer(s) filing

computer(s)

cupboard(s)

disc drive(s)

drawer(s)

filing cabinet(s)

keyboard(s)

monitor(s)

mouse(s)

mouse mat(s)

pigeonhole(s)

speaker(s)

screen(s)

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keyboard(s) monitor(s) mouse(s) mouse mat(s) pigeonhole(s) speaker(s) screen(s) Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 10 Laptop Laptops are similar, but need some extra vocabulary. Keyboard Find these items

Laptop

Laptops are similar, but need some extra vocabulary.

Laptop Laptops are similar, but need some extra vocabulary. Keyboard Find these items on this laptop

Keyboard

Find these items on this laptop

disc drive(s)

keyboard(s)

hinge(s)

screen(s)

touchpad(s)

The keyboard is one of your input devices, but do you know your way around an English one?

ENGLISH GREETINGS

Every day Greetings

"Good morning."around an English one? ENGLISH GREETINGS Every day Greetings "Good afternoon." Good evening."

"Good afternoon."GREETINGS Every day Greetings "Good morning." Good evening." "Goodbye."   "Good +

Good evening."Greetings "Good morning." "Good afternoon." "Goodbye."   "Good + night."

"Goodbye."morning." "Good afternoon." Good evening."   "Good + night." "Good +

afternoon." Good evening." "Goodbye."   "Good + night." "Good +
 
  "Good
  "Good

"Good

+

night."

"Good

+

night."

Special Greetings

"Good + night." Special Greetings "Happy Christmas."Or"Merry Christmas." 00.01

"Happy Christmas."Or"Merry

Christmas."

00.01 - 1st January "Happy New Year!" "Happy Easter." or "Good Luck!" etc or
00.01 - 1st
January
"Happy New Year!"
"Happy Easter."
or
"Good Luck!"
etc
or
"Congratulations!"or"Well
done!"
etc
"Get well soon."

Shaking Hands

done!" etc "Get well soon." Shaking Hands When meeting someone formally for the first time, we
done!" etc "Get well soon." Shaking Hands When meeting someone formally for the first time, we

When meeting someone formally for the first time, we shake their hand and say "How do you do?" or "Pleased to meet you."

"How do you do?" isn't really a question; it just means "Hello".

When young people meet

informally they sometimes say

"Give me five!" and slap their

hands together (high five).

Generally we do not shake hands

with people we know well.

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English Vocabulary 11 NATURALLY SPEAKING You say hello, and I say goodbye! Follow the dialogue. Mr.

NATURALLY SPEAKING

You say hello, and I say goodbye!

Follow the dialogue.

Mr. Bean meets Mrs. Breuer, one of his students, and her husband in the street.

Mr. Bean:

Mrs. Breuer:

Mr. Bean:

Mrs. Breuer:

Mr. Breuer:

Mr. Bean:

Mr. Breuer:

Mr. Bean:

Mrs. Breuer:

Mr. Bean:

Good morning, Mrs. Breuer.

Good morning, Mr. Bean. How are you?

I'm fine thanks, and you?

Not too bad. Mr. Bean, this is my husband Michael, Michael this is Mr. Bean my English teacher.

Pleased to meet you.

Pleased to meet you too. Are you from Germany, Mr. Breuer?

Yes, East Germany, from Dresden. And you are you from London?

No, I'm from Derby, but I live in London now.

Well, goodbye Mr. Bean, it was nice to

see you.

Yes, goodbye.

It's good to see you.

you?

Hello Lynne. How are you doing?

Fine thanks.

What's new

with you?

Hi, Lynne!

How's it

going?

Not too bad, busy as ever.

Hi, Lynne.

How are

things?

Oh fine. You know how it is.

Note - on first meetings say, "It's nice to meet you". For future meetings say, "It's nice to see you again".

meetings say, "It's nice to see you again ". LOOKING AFTER VISITORS COMMON ENGLISH PHRASES Greeting

LOOKING AFTER VISITORS

COMMON ENGLISH PHRASES

Greeting the visitor:-

Good morning/afternoon. Can I help you?

Do you have an appointment?

I'll let (Mr Smith) know you're here. What name is it,

please?

Explaining there's a problem:-

I'm afraid (Mr Smith) is in a meeting.

I'm sorry, but he/she's out of the office at the moment.

Offering help / refreshments etc:-

Would you like to take a seat?

Maybe I can help you?

Would you like some tea/coffee whilst you wait?

Milk and sugar?

Formal to Informal Greetings and Introductions

Subsequent meetings

Formal

Possible Greetings

Hello, Mrs. Hand. It's nice to see you again.

Possible responses

What a pleasant surprise! How are you? It's been a while.

Good morning Mrs. Hand. How are you today?

I'm very well thank you. And you?

Good

afternoon,

Mrs. Hand.

Thank you. It's nice to see you too. How are

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 Good afternoon, Mrs. Hand.  Thank you. It's nice to see you too. How are

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English Vocabulary 12 Would you like to read through our company brochure? 17 Seventeen 17 18
Would you like to read through our company brochure? 17 Seventeen 17 18 Eighteen 18
Would you like to read through our company
brochure?
17
Seventeen
17
18
Eighteen
18
Making small talk:-
Did you have a good journey?
19
Nineteen
19
What was the weather like in (London)?
20
Twenty
20
Have you been to (Germany) before?
21
Twenty-one
21
ENGLISH NUMBERS
30
Thirty
30
Whole Numbers also known as Cardinal Numbers -
used for counting
40
Forty
40
Symbol
Word
Pronounce It
50
Fifty
50
0 Nought
0
60
Sixty
60
1 One
1
70
Seventy
70
2 Two
2
80
Eighty
80
3 Three
3
90
Ninety
90
4 Four
4
100
One hundred
100
5 Five
5
One hundred
101
101
and one
6 Six
6
102
One thousand
1,000
7 Seven
7
1,000,000
One million
1,000,000
8 Eight
8
1,000,000,000,000
One billion
1,000,000,000,000
9 Nine
9
10 Ten
10
11 Eleven
11
Ordinal Numbers - used for ranking
12 Twelve
12
Pronounce
In figures
In words
It
13 Thirteen
13
1st
the first
1st
14 Fourteen
14
2nd
the second
2nd
15 Fifteen
15
3rd
the third
3rd
16 Sixteen
16
4th
the fourth
4th

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English Vocabulary 13 5th the fifth 5th 30th the thirtieth 30th 6th the sixth 6th 40th
5th the fifth 5th 30th the thirtieth 30th 6th the sixth 6th 40th the fortieth
5th
the fifth
5th
30th
the thirtieth
30th
6th
the sixth
6th
40th
the fortieth
40th
7th
the seventh
7th
50th
the fiftieth
50th
8th
the eighth
8th
60th
the sixtieth
60th
9th
the ninth
9th
70th
the seventieth
70th
10th
the tenth
10th
80th
the eightieth
80th
11th
the eleventh
11th
90th
the ninetieth
90th
12th
the twelfth
12th
100th
the hundredth
100th
13th
the thirteenth
13th
101st
the hundred and
first
14th
the fourteenth
14th
1000th
the thousandth
1000th
15th
the fifteenth
15th
Ordinal numbers are often used in fractions:-
16th
the sixteenth
16th
17th
the seventeenth
17th
Fractions
18th
the eighteenth
18th
Symbol
Word
Pronounce It
19th
the nineteenth
19th
1
/8
One eighth
1
/8
20th
the twentieth
20th
1
/5
One fifth
21st
the twenty-first
22nd
the twenty-second
1
/4
One quarter
1
/4
23rd
the twenty-third
Three
3
/4
3
/4
quarters
24th
the twenty-fourth
25th
the twenty-fifth
1
/3
One third
1
/3
26th
the twenty-sixth
2
/3
Two thirds
27th
the twenty-seventh
1
/2
One half
1
/2
28th
the twenty-eighth
29th
the twenty-ninth

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1 /2 One half 1 /2 28th the twenty-eighth 29th the twenty-ninth Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 14 TELEPHONE CALLS - COMMON ENGLISH PHRASES. Answering the phone:- Good morning/afternoon XYZ Ltd.

TELEPHONE CALLS - COMMON ENGLISH PHRASES.

Answering the phone:- Good morning/afternoon XYZ Ltd. How can I help you?

Connecting a caller:- I'll put you through now. One moment please.

Explaining there's a problem:- I'm sorry, but the line's engaged at the moment. I'm sorry. There's no reply.

I'm sorry, but he/she's out of the office at the moment.

I'm afraid he/she's on the other line at the moment.

Offering help:- Would you like to hold? Is there anyone else who could help you? Can I take a message? Maybe I can help you?

Offer a return call:-

Perhaps he/she can call you back?

Could he/she call you back?

Offering to take a message:-

Can I take a message for him/her?

Would you like to leave a message?

Asking for the caller's name and number:- Could I have your name and number, please? Could you give me your name and number, please?

Checking the information:-

Could you spell that, please?

Can I just check that again, please?

Could you repeat that, please?

Telephone calls - Common English phrases.

Asking for someone:- Good morning/afternoon. Could I speak to (Mr. Smith), please? Could I have extension (219), please?

Giving a message:- Could you tell (him/her) that (her tickets are ready). Could you tell (him/her) that I called? Could you give (him/her) my number, please?

Giving your name and number:-

My name is (David Bean) and I'm on (0117

294658).

It's (David Bean) and the number is (0117 294658).

THE SEASONS

Spring March April May Summer June July August
Spring
March
April
May
Summer
June
July
August
 

Autumn

September

October

November

 

Winter

December

January

February

Each season has distinctive weather and cultural

significance:-

Spring
Spring

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February Each season has distinctive weather and cultural significance:- Spring Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 15 In spring the days grow longer, the weather is warmer but it often

In spring the days grow longer, the weather is warmer but it often rains and can get very windy. We celebrate Easter in the spring.

Summer

Summer In summer the days are long and the weather's usually warm and sometimes even hot.

In summer the days are long and the weather's usually warm and sometimes even hot. We usually go on holiday in the summer.

Summer

The adjective is summery.

For example:-

I like summery weather.

Autumn

The adjective is autumnal.

For example:-

There is an autumnal feeling in the air.

Autumn Winter September October November The adjective is wintry. For example:- In autumn the days
Autumn
Winter
September
October
November
The adjective is wintry.
For example:-
In autumn the days get shorter, it gets colder and the
leaves fall from the trees. We celebrate Halloween in
autumn.
The forecast said there would be wintry
showers tomorrow.
TIME
Twelve
Six o'clock
o'clock
Winter
One o'clock
Seven o'clock
In winter the days are short and it is generally cold
and often wet, sometimes it snows. We celebrate
Christmas in the winter.
Two o'clock
Eight o'clock
.
Spring
There is no real adjective, but you could say "spring
like".
Three o'clock
Nine o'clock
For example:-
Four o'clock
Ten o'clock
The weather is very spring like.

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For example:- Four o'clock Ten o'clock The weather is very spring like. Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 16 It's Eleven Five o'clock snowing o'clock It's (The thundering snow is
It's Eleven Five o'clock snowing o'clock It's (The thundering snow is falling.) Time (2) Twelve
It's
Eleven
Five o'clock
snowing
o'clock
It's
(The
thundering
snow is
falling.)
Time (2)
Twelve
Sweltering =
Freezing
fifteen
= It's
Twelve
or
It's
sweltering.
freezing.
o'clock
Quarter
Or It's a
Or It's a
sweltering
freezing
past
day.
day.
twelve
Cold =
Twelve
Twelve
warn. Or
thirty
forty-
It's a warm
or
five
Warm = It's
It's cold.
Or It's a
day.
cold day.
Half
or
past
Quarter
Sunny = It's
twelve
to one
sunny. Or
It's a sunny
day.
PREPOSITIONS USED WITH TIME
Cloudy =
It's
cloudy.
Or It's a
cloudy
day.
Stormy =
At a
In a length
of time
It's
point
Clear = It's
stormy.
in time
clear. Or It's
Or It's a
a clear day.
stormy
"When
"It's 12.45,
day.
shall
when will
Let's meet at 12.30."
we
you be
"I'll see you
in an hour, at
about 1.45."
Foggy =
Misty = It's
It's
meet?
ready?
misty. Or
foggy.
It's a misty
Or It's a
THE WEATHER
day.
foggy
day.
Using verbs to describe the weather
Windy =
The sun
It's
Breezy = It's
It's
is
drizzling
breezy. or
windy.
shining
It's a breezy
Or It's a
day
windy
The
day.
wind is
blowing
It's raining
(The rain is
falling.)
Showery =
Rainy =
It's
It's
pouring
(The rain is
pouring
It's
showery.
rainy. Or
It's
Or It's a
It's a
hailing
showery
rainy
day.
day.

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rainy. Or It's Or It's a It's a hailing showery rainy day. day. Confidence, Fluency &

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English Vocabulary 17       Snowy = It's Frosty = It's frosty. Or It's a
     

Snowy =

It's
It's

It's

Frosty = It's frosty. Or It's a frosty day.

snowy.

Or It's a

snowy

     

day.

     

Drizzly =

icy day.Icy = It's icy. Or It's an It's

Icy = It's icy.

Or It's an

icy day. Icy = It's icy. Or It's an It's

It's

drizzly.

Or It's a

drizzly

     

day.

a dry day.. Dry = It's dry. Or It's   Wet =

. Dry = It's

dry. Or It's

 

Wet =

It's wet.

It's wet.

Or It's a

wet day.

Other things associated with the weather

Northwest Pacific = a typhoon Rest of the world = a cyclone

Describing the weather generally

hot, wet, miserable, damp

hot,

wet, hot, miserable, damp

miserable,

damp

scorching

warm, dull, grey  

warm,

dull, greywarm,  

 

mild, fine,

dry

cool, cold,

cool,

cool, cold,

cold,

refreshing

chilly

What to say

How to ask about the weather.

 What's the weather like? sunshine lightning  What's the weather doing?  Is it
 What's the weather like?
sunshine
lightning
 What's the weather doing?
 Is it raining where you are?
puddles
raindrops
A lot of nouns about the weather are uncountable, so
we have to create or add a counting word:-
Fog / Mist
A wisp of mist / fog.
Hail
A hailstone
hailstones
snowflakes
Rain
A drop of rain / A raindrop
The
Snow
A snowflake
frost
weather
forecast
Sunshine
A ray of sunshine
Wind
A gust of wind
flood
drought
BUILDINGS VOCABULARY
Useful Vocabulary
tidal
tornado /
wave
twister
Places Where We Live
Atlantic / Eastern Pacific = a
hurricane

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/ wave twister Places Where We Live Atlantic / Eastern Pacific = a hurricane Confidence, Fluency

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English Vocabulary 18 semi- detached detache block cottage(s) bungalow(s) Church house(s) d of flats house(s)
semi- detached detache block cottage(s) bungalow(s) Church house(s) d of flats house(s) Cinema terraced
semi-
detached
detache
block
cottage(s)
bungalow(s)
Church
house(s)
d
of flats
house(s)
Cinema
terraced
high-rise
Fire Station
house(s)
flat(s)
!Note - no matter what kind of building you live
in, it's your home.
Garage
Places Where We Work
Hospital
Hotel
factory
office(s)
skyscraper(s)
(factories)
Mosque
Miscellaneous Places
Museum
Police Station
tower(s)
mill(s)
windmill(s)
castle(s)
Build Up
Railway Station
Airport
Restaurant
Art Gallery
School
Synagogue
Bank
Theatre
Bus Station

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Airport Restaurant Art Gallery School Synagogue Bank Theatre Bus Station Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 19 and ensures the developer puts them right within a reasonable time.) DIALOGUE Here
English Vocabulary 19 and ensures the developer puts them right within a reasonable time.) DIALOGUE Here

and ensures the developer puts them right within a reasonable time.)

DIALOGUE

Here is a conversation between Mrs. Smith (Joan) and her husband Steve.

It's Saturday morning and something is happening next door.

Naturally Speaking

Talking to a builder / developer.

Can you provide references and examples of your previous work?

Steve, what's all that noise outside?

(Here references are comments on the abilities and character of a candidate organization for a position or job.)

(Here a bank reference is a statement regarding the financial standing of an individual or organization.)

(Here a sample is an amount of something that shows you what the rest is or should be like.)

(A subcontractor is a person or

organization that performs work for the main contractor, but is not on their payroll and does not receive company benefits.)

(A warranty is a written

guarantee of the integrity of a product and of the maker's responsibility for the repair or replacement of defective parts.

(Here snagging means to write a list of defects at the end of a build process/phase/stage (a "Snag List" or "Snagging List"). A snagging company goes through a house to find faults

Joan:

Steve: Just a minute, I'll have a

Oh! It looks

as if the new next door neighbors are moving

in.

Oh, it's a bit early, isn't it? Ah well I guess we'd better get up.

Are you able to provide a bank reference?

Will you provide a list of all the materials you'll use and provide samples?

Joan:

Joan:
Joan:

Joan:

Steve: It's amazing how quickly the houses are selling round here, the Browns only put it on the market a month ago.

Where did they move to?

Steve: I think he told me they were buying a detached house in Sorbet on.

Sounds nice. I hope the new neighbors are nice.

Steve: Well, I was speaking with Mr. Brown last week. He told me they were a young couple with two daughters. They liked the house because it is near a good school.

Joan:

Two daughters! That will please John.

Steve: Ha! Maybe we'd better pop next door and say hello.

Joan:

Yes, and maybe we'd better start thinking of selling too. I'd like a detached house in Sorption as well!

Steve: Hmm.

Do you use sub contractors?

What warranty do you offer, and what is the time period of this warranty?

We will be using a snagging company. Is this ok?

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the time period of this warranty? We will be using a snagging company. Is this ok?

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English Vocabulary 20 VERBS AND PHRASAL VERBS ABOUT BUILDINGS To incorporate something as an integral part
VERBS AND PHRASAL VERBS ABOUT BUILDINGS To incorporate something as an integral part of something
VERBS AND PHRASAL VERBS ABOUT
BUILDINGS
To incorporate
something as an
integral part of
something else.
They built
build in
new safety
S
features in.
Many verbs have different meanings; however
this section deals with verbs and phrasal verbs
connected with buildings. An example is
provided only where the verb is commonly used
in everyday conversation.
build on
To add a new
part to an
existing
structure
They built a
double
garage on
to improve
their house.
S
One irregular verb in bold is shown in all its
forms.
The Verb
An example
build
The
Regular
S
(infinitive
( Simple Past
up
Meaning
/Irregular
To construct or
erect gradually,
little by little
form)
Tense)
They built
the
business up
bit by bit.
To construct
They tore
for a
He built his
own house
Irregular
the village
To build
dwelling.
tear
To destroy or
take apart.
down
S
down
before the
To construct
To pile up,
arrange or
build
They
constructed
the new offices
in record time.
dam was
built.
Regular
CLOTHES VOCABULARY
To demolish
To pull or
tear down a
structure.
They
demolished
the old slums
in 1951.
Men's Clothes
Regular
To increase
in size or
area. To add
to an existing
building.
tie(s)
To extend
As the family
grew they
extended the
house.
suit(s)
shirt(s)
Regular
Women's Clothes
To move
To change
ones place of
dwelling or
business.
To be nearer
his job he
moved to
London.
Regular
dress(es)
blouse(s)
skirt(s)

PHRASAL VERBS

The

Phrasal

Verb

The Meaning

An

example

(

Past Tense)

Simple

S=Separable

I=Inseparable

An example ( Past Tense) Simple S=Separable I=Inseparable coat(s) jacket(s) t-shirt(s) Confidence, Fluency &

coat(s)

example ( Past Tense) Simple S=Separable I=Inseparable coat(s) jacket(s) t-shirt(s) Confidence, Fluency & Personality

jacket(s)

t-shirt(s)

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example ( Past Tense) Simple S=Separable I=Inseparable coat(s) jacket(s) t-shirt(s) Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 21 trouser(s) jean(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s)
English Vocabulary 21 trouser(s) jean(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s)

trouser(s)

jean(s)

English Vocabulary 21 trouser(s) jean(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s)

jumper(s)

pullover(s)

Vocabulary 21 trouser(s) jean(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s)

glove(s)

cardigan(s)

jean(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s) ACCESSORIES belt(s)

mitten(s)

short(s)

pullover(s) glove(s) cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s) ACCESSORIES belt(s) handbag(s) Headscarf

sweatshirt(s)

ACCESSORIES

cardigan(s) mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s) ACCESSORIES belt(s) handbag(s) Headscarf (headscarves) scarf (scarves)

belt(s)

mitten(s) short(s) sweatshirt(s) ACCESSORIES belt(s) handbag(s) Headscarf (headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses

handbag(s)

Headscarf (headscarves)short(s) sweatshirt(s) ACCESSORIES belt(s) handbag(s) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s)

ACCESSORIES belt(s) handbag(s) Headscarf (headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s)

scarf (scarves)

belt(s) handbag(s) Headscarf (headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby

Glasses

handbag(s) Headscarf (headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes

sunglasses

watch(es)

(headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b

(headscarves) scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b

Glove

scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b o o

hat(s)

scarf (scarves) Glasses sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b o o

Hanger

Baby Clothes

sunglasses watch(es) Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b o o t ( s
Jewelers
Jewelers

dressing

gown(s)

Glove hat(s) Hanger Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b o o t ( s ) sock(s)

boot(s)

Baby Clothes Jewelers dressing gown(s) b o o t ( s ) sock(s) romper suit(s) nappy

sock(s)

romper suit(s)

nappy (nappies)

Nightwear

t ( s ) sock(s) romper suit(s) nappy (nappies) Nightwear p a j a m a

pajama(s)

suit(s) nappy (nappies) Nightwear p a j a m a ( s ) Bracelet ring(s) necklace(s)
suit(s) nappy (nappies) Nightwear p a j a m a ( s ) Bracelet ring(s) necklace(s)

Bracelet

ring(s)nappy (nappies) Nightwear p a j a m a ( s ) Bracelet necklace(s) nightdress(es) Footwear

necklace(s)

nightdress(es)

Footwear

( s ) Bracelet ring(s) necklace(s) nightdress(es) Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts

shoe(s)

Bracelet ring(s) necklace(s) nightdress(es) Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of

wellington(s)

earring(s)necklace(s) nightdress(es) Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of clothes Confidence, Fluency

nightdress(es) Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of clothes Confidence, Fluency

sandal(s)

Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of clothes Confidence, Fluency &

slipper(s)

Parts of clothes

Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of clothes Confidence, Fluency & Personality
Footwear shoe(s) wellington(s) earring(s) sandal(s) slipper(s) Parts of clothes Confidence, Fluency & Personality

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English Vocabulary 22 I'm afraid everything in the sale is out on display. Oh dear, it's
English Vocabulary 22 I'm afraid everything in the sale is out on display. Oh dear, it's
English Vocabulary 22 I'm afraid everything in the sale is out on display. Oh dear, it's

I'm afraid everything in the sale is

out on display.

Oh dear, it's just a bit too tight.

I think we have a size 14 in red.

Oh no. Red's just not my colour.

It's not bright red, it's a nice dark

red. Here it is. Why don't you try it

on? There's a changing room free

over there.

you try it on? There's a changing room free over there. Shop assistant: Mrs Smith: Shop
you try it on? There's a changing room free over there. Shop assistant: Mrs Smith: Shop

Shop assistant:

Mrs Smith:

Shop assistant:

Mrs Smith:

Shop assistant:

Later

Mrs Smith:

Shop assistant: Mrs Smith: Shop assistant: Later Mrs Smith: It fits like a glove. What do

It fits like a glove. What do you

think Lucy?

Lucy: NATURALLY SPEAKING Does it fit? It's too big. It's too small. It's too loose.
Lucy:
NATURALLY SPEAKING
Does it fit?
It's too big.
It's too small.
It's too loose.
It's too tight.
It's too long.
It's too short.
knife
(knives)

Dialogue

It's Saturday and Mrs Smith has gone shopping with her friend Lucy for a new dress in the sales:-

Mrs Smith:

Well Lucy, what do you think?

Mmm, it's nice, but I think you

Lucy:

need a slightly bigger size. The top

is gaping.

I think this is the only one. I'd better ask an assistant.

Mrs Smith:

Excuse me? Do you have this in a size 14?

It looks really nice. I guess red suits

you after all.

EATING AT HOME VOCABULARY

Useful Vocabulary

you after all. EATING AT HOME VOCABULARY Useful Vocabulary fork(s) spoon(s) teaspoon(s) plate(s) bowl(s) glass(es)

fork(s)

spoon(s)

teaspoon(s)

VOCABULARY Useful Vocabulary fork(s) spoon(s) teaspoon(s) plate(s) bowl(s) glass(es) tablecloth(s) cup(s) saucer(s) p

plate(s)

bowl(s)

Vocabulary fork(s) spoon(s) teaspoon(s) plate(s) bowl(s) glass(es) tablecloth(s) cup(s) saucer(s) p l a c e m

glass(es)

tablecloth(s)

cup(s)

saucer(s)

plate(s) bowl(s) glass(es) tablecloth(s) cup(s) saucer(s) p l a c e m a t ( s

placemat(s

)

tablecloth(s) cup(s) saucer(s) p l a c e m a t ( s ) serviette (s)

serviette

(s)

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tablecloth(s) cup(s) saucer(s) p l a c e m a t ( s ) serviette (s)

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English Vocabulary 23 MEALTIMES Early Morning (am) - Breakfast Mid Morning (11.00 am) - Brunch -

MEALTIMES

Early Morning (am) - Breakfast Mid Morning (11.00 am) - Brunch - a mixture of breakfast and lunch (US) / Elevenses - a light snack (UK) Noon (12.00 ish) - Lunch Evening (pm) - Dinner / Tea / High Tea (very old fashioned) Night (pm) - Supper

The differences between tea the drink, tea the meal etc.

NATURALLY SPEAKING

Sometimes there are things you like or don't like or even things you don't eat.

John:

Mrs S:

John:

Mrs S:

John:

I'm getting up mum.

Well come down stairs and have your

breakfast.

Can I have cereal and toast?

Yes if you hurry, I have to leave for work.

Morning mum.

Fetch a chair and sit at the table, there's a

bowl of cereal, a plate of toast and a cup of

tea. You'll have to get your own cutlery. I've

got to go now, I'll see you tonight, bye.

Mrs S:

John:

Bye mum.

work. John: Things you do eat / like. Things you don't eat / like. Mrs
work.
John:
Things you do eat / like.
Things you don't eat / like.
Mrs S:
I like fruit.
I don't like fruit.
John:
I love spinach.
I hate spinach.
Mrs S:
I'm a vegetarian; I only
I'm a vegetarian; I don't eat
John:
eat fruit and vegetables.
meat or fish.
Mrs S:
I have allergies, so I can't
I have allergies, but I can
eat anything containing
John:
eat fruit.
nuts.
Mrs S:
I eat fish on Friday, for
I don't eat pork, for
religious reasons.
religious reasons.
John:

DIALOGUE

Here we have two conversations between Mrs Smith

and her younger son John:-

It's 7am and John is still in bed. John's mother must

leave for work.

Mrs S:

Get up John or you'll be late for school!

Mrs S:

John:

It's 5pm and John's mother has just come home from

What's for dinner tonight mum?

What do you fancy?

Fish and chips would be nice.

What did you have for lunch at school?

Pizza and chips.

Well how about a nice healthy salad then?

Oh. Well ok, can I help?

Yes you can set the table. Set it for 3, your

father should be home any minute.

Should I put spoons and bowls out?

No we won't have a starter, just put out plates

and knives and forks, we'll have fruit for

pudding. We'll need cups and saucers too,

your father will want a cup of tea when he

comes in.

I want to invite Mark for tea on Saturday. Can

he come?

Confidence, Fluency & Personality

cup of tea when he comes in. I want to invite Mark for tea on Saturday.

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English Vocabulary 24 Yes of course, as long as it's ok with his mother. Fast Food

Yes of course, as long as it's ok with his

mother.

Fast Food Restaurant

Pub

Bistro

Restaurant

Hotel Restaurant

PARTS OF A MENU

Starters/Appetizers/Entrees/Hors D'oeuvres Soups Main Courses (Meat/Fish/Vegetarian) Desserts Beverages (Coffee etc.) Wine/Drinks List (sometimes on a separate menu)

NATURALLY SPEAKING

Mrs S:

EATING OUT VOCABULARY

menu) NATURALLY SPEAKING Mrs S: EATING OUT VOCABULARY waiter(s) glass(es) waitress(es) menu(s) candle(s) chef(s)

waiter(s)

NATURALLY SPEAKING Mrs S: EATING OUT VOCABULARY waiter(s) glass(es) waitress(es) menu(s) candle(s) chef(s) bill(s)

glass(es)

waitress(es)

S: EATING OUT VOCABULARY waiter(s) glass(es) waitress(es) menu(s) candle(s) chef(s) bill(s) credit card(s) taxi(s)

menu(s)

OUT VOCABULARY waiter(s) glass(es) waitress(es) menu(s) candle(s) chef(s) bill(s) credit card(s) taxi(s) Placing

candle(s)

chef(s)

waiter(s) glass(es) waitress(es) menu(s) candle(s) chef(s) bill(s) credit card(s) taxi(s) Placing Your Complainin

bill(s)

credit card(s)

menu(s) candle(s) chef(s) bill(s) credit card(s) taxi(s) Placing Your Complainin Booking a Table Order g

taxi(s)

Placing Your Complainin Booking a Table Order g I'd like to reserve / book a
Placing Your
Complainin
Booking a Table
Order
g
I'd like to reserve /
book a table for
four at 8pm, please.
I'd like the
,
Excuse
me, but
please.
my meal
bottle(s)
is cold.
I'd like to reserve /
book a table for a
party of six at 8pm,
please.
For
starters I'll
Excuse
have the
me,
soup and
we've
for the
been
I'd like to book a
table for two at 8 in
the name of Hand,
please.
main
waiting
course I'd
for over
like the
half an
roast beef.
hour for
our
Could we have a
table by the
window, please?
Could I
drinks.
have
chips
I'm
tip(s)
instead of
sorry
Could we have a
non-smoking table,
please?
new
but I
potatoes,
ordered
please?
the side
salad
Could we have a
table away from the
kitchen/toilets,
please?
What is
not the
the house
vegetabl
special
es.
today?
Excuse
Could we have a
booth, please?
Is there
me this
anything
steak is
you
over
would
done, I
Could you make

See also eating at home and food vocabulary.

PLACES TO EAT OUT

Cafe

Snack Bar

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English Vocabulary 25 sure it's a quiet table, please? recommen ordered the window. me the No,
sure it's a quiet table, please? recommen ordered the window. me the No, d? rare.
sure it's a quiet
table, please?
recommen
ordered
the window.
me the
No,
d?
rare.
salt,
please.
Could we have an
extra chair, please?
please?
This is
Could I
I'm
on me.
see the
afraid
That was
delicious.
My
complime
nts to the
chef.
(When
wine
this
you
menu,
wine
wish to
please?
tastes
pay for
corked.
everyon
I'll have a
bottle of
the South
African
Cabernet
Sauvigno
e.)
Excuse
me this
DIALOGUE
wine
isn't
Mr and Mrs Smith are out celebrating their wedding
chilled
anniversary.
n.
properly
It's 8pm. Mr Smith (Jack) and Mrs Smith (Jill) are
.
celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary. They
I'll have a
glass of
house
red/white,
have just arrived at the restaurant.
Mr Smith:
Well here we are. What do you think?
please.
It's lovely Jack. Are you sure we can
Mrs Smith:
Which
afford it?
wine
would
Well I may have to do some washing up,
Mr Smith:
you
but you're worth it.
recommen
d?
The waiter arrives.
Arriving at the
During/After
Paying
Restaurant
the Meal
Waiter:
Good evening sir, Madame.
Good evening. We have a reservation for
Good evening, the
name is Hand. I
have a table booked
for six.
Could we
Could I
Mr Smith:
a table for two in the name of Smith.
have
have the
some
bill,
Waiter:
Yes sir. May I take your coats?
more
please?
bread,
Do you have the
please?
Do you
Waiter takes their coats and hangs them
menu in
English/German/Fr
take
up.
Do you
Visa?
ench
,
please?
have a
Mr & Mrs
Thank you.
pepper
We'd
Smith:
Do you have a high
chair for young
children, please?
mill?
like
separate
Your welcome. Would you like to come to
Could I
bills,
Waiter:
the table or would you prefer to order in
have
please.
the bar?
Could we have a
table over there,
please?
some
dressing,
Is
I wouldn't mind an aperitif. We'll order in
please?
service
Mr Smith:
included
the bar.
I'm sorry but I
asked for a table by
Could
?
you pass
Waiter:
Please follow me, I'll bring you the menu

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English Vocabulary 26 in a moment. Mr & Mrs Yes, lovely thank you. Smith Mr &
in a moment. Mr & Mrs Yes, lovely thank you. Smith Mr & Mrs Smith
in a moment.
Mr &
Mrs
Yes, lovely thank you.
Smith
Mr & Mrs Smith order their drinks at the bar
and sit down to look at the menu.
Mr
Mrs Smith:
Oh dear Jack, it's all in French!
Smith:
The whole meal was delicious, our
compliments to the chef. Unfortunately we
have to be back for the baby-sitter so could
we pay now?
Mr Smith:
Well that's what we're paying for. Don't
worry I've got an idea.
Waiter:
Certainly sir, I'll bring you the bill. Would
you like me to order you a taxi.
Waiter:
Are you ready to order sir?
Mr
Yes that would be great, thank you.
Mr Smith:
Not really. Could you recommend
something.
Smith:
Mrs
Waiter:
Certainly sir. The fresh lobster is
particularly good this evening and for
starters may I recommend a light
consomme?
Smith:
What a nice man, we must leave him a good
tip.
Mr
Yes of course.
Smith:
Mr Smith:
Sounds lovely, what do you think dear?
EDUCATION VOCABULARY
Mrs Smith:
Oh yes, I love lobster.
General furniture and equipment
Waiter:
So, that's two consomme and two
lobsters. Would you like to look at the
wine menu?
Mr Smith:
Why don't you bring us what you think
will go best. Nothing too expensive
though.
PC(s)
desk(s)
chair(s)
personal
computer(s)
Waiter:
No problem sir. I'll call you as soon as
your table is ready.
The waiter walks away.
shelf
chalkboard(s)
book(s)
Mrs Smith:
You are clever Jack, but what about
dessert.
(shelves)
Mr Smith:
Don't worry, they bring round a sweet
trolley, so we just point at what we fancy!
A while later Mr & Mrs Smith have finished eating
and are drinking their coffee.
projector(s)
TV(s)
OHP(s)
beamer(s)
television(s)
overhead
Waiter:
Was everything to your satisfaction?

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English Vocabulary 27 projector(s) copier(s) photocopier(s) hole punch(es) stapler(s) scissors sell tape drawing Special

projector(s)

English Vocabulary 27 projector(s) copier(s) photocopier(s) hole punch(es) stapler(s) scissors sell tape drawing Special

copier(s)

photocopier(s)

hole

punch(es)

stapler(s)

copier(s) photocopier(s) hole punch(es) stapler(s) scissors sell tape drawing Special geography equipment

scissors

sell tape

drawing

Special geography equipment

scissors sell tape drawing Special geography equipment globe(s) map(s) Special math equipment calculator(es) set

globe(s)

map(s)

Special math equipment

geography equipment globe(s) map(s) Special math equipment calculator(es) set square(s) protractor(s) compass(es)

calculator(es)

globe(s) map(s) Special math equipment calculator(es) set square(s) protractor(s) compass(es) Special science

set

square(s)

protractor(s)

math equipment calculator(es) set square(s) protractor(s) compass(es) Special science equipment General writing

compass(es)

Special science equipment

General writing equipment

Special science equipment General writing equipment pen(s) biro(s) paper ruler(s) beaker(s) flask(s) exercise

pen(s)

biro(s)

paper
paper
equipment General writing equipment pen(s) biro(s) paper ruler(s) beaker(s) flask(s) exercise book(s) SPECIAL ART

ruler(s)

General writing equipment pen(s) biro(s) paper ruler(s) beaker(s) flask(s) exercise book(s) SPECIAL ART EQUIPMENT

beaker(s)

flask(s)

exercise book(s)

SPECIAL ART EQUIPMENT

bunsen burner(s)

exercise book(s) SPECIAL ART EQUIPMENT bunsen burner(s) palette(s) paint funnel(s) paint brush(es) test tube(s)

palette(s)

paint

SPECIAL ART EQUIPMENT bunsen burner(s) palette(s) paint funnel(s) paint brush(es) test tube(s) crayon(s) rubber(s)

funnel(s)

paint brush(es)

test tube(s)

palette(s) paint funnel(s) paint brush(es) test tube(s) crayon(s) rubber(s) eraser(s) pencil(s) pencil sharpener(s)

crayon(s)

paint funnel(s) paint brush(es) test tube(s) crayon(s) rubber(s) eraser(s) pencil(s) pencil sharpener(s) glue craft

rubber(s)

eraser(s)

pencil(s)

pencil

sharpener(s)

crayon(s) rubber(s) eraser(s) pencil(s) pencil sharpener(s) glue craft knife(knives) Things you learn/study at school -

glue

craft

knife(knives)

Things you learn/study at school - subjects

1 + 1 = 2

Aa Bb Cc

Maths /

English /

Numeracy

Literacy

1 = 2 Aa Bb Cc Maths / English / Numeracy Literacy Geography Science H i

Geography

Science

/ English / Numeracy Literacy Geography Science H i s t o r y Je suis

History

Je suis

Ich bin

Languages

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English Vocabulary 28 Business Studies Music Art Sam: Mr Smith: Sam: Mr Smith: I know. I've
English Vocabulary 28 Business Studies Music Art Sam: Mr Smith: Sam: Mr Smith: I know. I've

Business

Studies

Music

Art

Sam:

Mr

Smith:

Sam:

Mr

Smith:

I know. I've been very busy at home.

Well, maybe I should come and speak to your parents.

Oh, please don't Mr Smith. I'm really sorry. I promise I'll bring it tomorrow.

Ok. But make sure you do. Or I will have to speak to the head.

But make sure you do. Or I will have to speak to the head. IT Drama

IT

make sure you do. Or I will have to speak to the head. IT Drama Information

Drama

Information

Sport

Technology

NATURALLY SPEAKING

Asking about someone's education

Where did you go to school?

What university did you go to?

What did you study?

What qualifications have you got?

What year did you graduate?

What made you decide to study that?

Have you done any vocational training?

DIALOGUE

VERBS AND PHRASAL VERBS TO DO WITH

EDUCATION

Many verbs have different meanings, however this section deals with verbs and phrasal verbs connected with education. An example is provided only where the verb is commonly used in everyday conversation.

One irregular verb in bold is shown in all its forms. VERBS The Verb Regular
One irregular verb in bold is shown in all its
forms.
VERBS
The Verb
Regular
(infinitive
The Meaning
/Irregular
form)
An example
( Simple Past
Tense)
To teach
someone,
especially using
To
the formal
Regular
educate
system of
He was
educated at a
public school.
school, college
or university.
He learnt
To learn
To obtain
knowledge or
skill in a new
subject or
activity:
English at
Irregular
school.
I studied
To study
To learn about a
subject
Regular
information
systems at

Here is a conversation between Mr Smith (a maths teacher) and Sam (his student).

Where's your homework?

Mr

Smith:

Sam:

Mr

Smith:

Hello Sam. Have you got your Maths homework?

No, I'm sorry Mr Smith. I forgot it.

That's not good enough Sam. It was due last week.

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sorry Mr Smith. I forgot it. That's not good enough Sam. It was due last week.

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English Vocabulary 29     University.     To give someone knowledge or to instruct or
   

University.

 
 

To give someone knowledge or to instruct or train someone.

She taught

 

geography

To teach

before she

Irregular

retired.

postal vote(s)

vote(s)

voting booth(s)

PHRASAL VERBS The Phrasal An example S=Separable Verb The Meaning ( Simple I=Inseparable Main Political
PHRASAL VERBS
The
Phrasal
An example
S=Separable
Verb
The Meaning
( Simple
I=Inseparable
Main Political Parties in the UK - from left to right.
Their Colours and Logos
(infinitive
Past Tense)
form)
Words you might see or hear during an election
A way of voting in which your
To study
under
To be taught
by someone.
I
block vote
someone
"As a young
artist he
studied
under
Monet."
vote represents other members of
your organization, especially at
trade union meetings.
A special election, held between
ELECTION VOCABULARY
by-election
Useful Vocabulary
regular elections, when an area
votes. A by-election can be 'called'
if an existing M.P. dies or retires.
Things you might see around election time
In an election a campaign is a
political campaign is an organized
effort which seeks to win the vote
campaign (n)
ballot paper(s)
of the electorate. Often called a
'political campaign' or an 'election
campaign'.
leaflet(s) /
pamphlet(s)
campaign (v)
The things a candidate does to be
elected. (Kissing babies, shaking
hands, giving speeches to the WI
etc.)
party political
candidate (n)
broadcast
The person who is running in an
election.
poll card(s)
coalition (n)
If there's no outright winner in an
election a government can be
formed in which several parties
cooperate?
poster(s)
A citizen who is represented in a
constituent (n)
government by officials for whom

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English Vocabulary 30 he or she votes. Commons parliament. constituency Each of the electoral areas or
he or she votes. Commons parliament. constituency Each of the electoral areas or divisions in
he or she votes.
Commons
parliament.
constituency
Each of the electoral areas or
divisions in the UK which elect
House of
Lords
The upper house of the British
parliament.
(n) one or more members to
parliament.
independent
A candidate who is not controlled
by a political party.
debate (n)
A formal discussion of the merits
of something.
leader
The person who runs a political
party. (Margaret Thatcher was the
leader of the Conservatives).
debate (v)
To argue for and against
something.
local election
County, unitary authority,
borough, district, city, town or
parish elections.
deposit (n)
The sum of money that a candidate
must pay in return for the right to
stand in British parliamentary
elections.
MP
Abbreviation of Member of
Parliament.
dissolution (n)
The termination of the current
parliament, which has to take
place before a general election.
Member of
Parliament
The person who represents their
constituency in the House of
Commons.
dissolved (v)
Once the dissolution of parliament
has been announced, we say it has
been dissolved.
The major political party opposed
opposition
to the party in office and prepared
to replace it if elected.
elect (v)
The act of voting to select the
winner of a political office.
party
An organization formed to gain
political power.
election (n)
The formal decision-making
process by which a population
chooses an individual to hold
public office.
policy
A deliberate act of government
that in some way alters or
influences the society or economy
outside the government.
electorate (n)
The people who are eligible to
vote in an election.
political
Related to politics.
general
An election held for a nation's
primary legislative body.
politician
A
person active in politics.
election
politics
To redraw electoral district
boundaries for political advantage.
The process by which
governments make decisions.
gerrymander
PM
Abbreviation of Prime Minister.
The political body with the power
prime
The person who holds the position
government
to make and/or enforce laws for a
country,
minister
of head of the government.
proxy vote
House of
The lower house of the British
The delegation of someone to vote

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English Vocabulary 31 on someone else's behalf. rhetoric The art of using language as a means

on someone else's behalf.

rhetoric

The art of using language as a

means to persuade someone to

your way of thinking.

run

To campaign to stand for a

political position.

spin

To present the facts in such a way

as to sway public opinion.

spin doctor

veto

A vote that blocks a decision.

DIALOGUE

Mr and Mrs Smith are discussing the elections.

Election - Conversation

Mrs Smith:

Are you coming to vote? The polling

station will be closing in an hour.

Mr Smith :

It's raining!

Mrs Smith:

So what?

I can't be bothered. It doesn't matter who I

Mr Smith:

vote for, we always end up worse off.

They're all as bad as each other.

Mrs Smith:

Well don't complain to me if you don't

like the policies of whoever wins.

I don't think anyone will win. They're

predicting a hung parliament.

Well if no one bothers to vote, I guess

they'll be right. I'll be back in ten.

ENTERTAINMENT VOCABULARY

Entertainment - Going Out - Places to go

NATURALLY SPEAKING Voting  I'd like to register to vote.  I'm on the electoral
NATURALLY SPEAKING
Voting
 I'd like to register to vote.
 I'm on the electoral registry.
 I haven't had my poll card, yet.
 Where is the polling station?
 Have you voted, yet?
 Are you going to vote?
 Which party are you voting for?*
 Who are you going to vote for?*
 Who got the most votes?
*Be careful about asking this. For many people in the
UK, voting is a personal matter.
Museum(s)
Theatre(s)
Art Gallery
(Galleries)
Cinema(s)
Casino(s)

Mr Smith:

Mrs Smith:

(Galleries) Cinema(s) Casino(s) Mr Smith: Mrs Smith: Zoo(s) Fun Fair(s) Disco(s) Circus (es) Confidence, Fluency

Zoo(s)

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Fun Fair(s)

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Disco(s)

Cinema(s) Casino(s) Mr Smith: Mrs Smith: Zoo(s) Fun Fair(s) Disco(s) Circus (es) Confidence, Fluency & Personality

Circus (es)

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English Vocabulary 32 Ordering refreshments:- Build Up If you go to any of these places are

Ordering refreshments:-

Build Up

If you go to any of these places are you a customer, a

visitor or a member of the audience?

If

you go to the theatre, cinema, or circus you are

a

member of the audience.

If

you go to a museum, zoo, fun fair, or art

gallery, you're a customer or a visitor.

If

you go to a disco or casino, you're a customer.

If

you go to a casino, you're a customer (or a

mug).

What do you do when you're there?

You go to the cinema to watch a film or a movie. You can say, "I'm going to the cinema / films / flicks / pictures." We also call it the silver screen.

"I'd like a large popcorn and a small soft drink please. Do those nachos come with cheese? Oh and I’ll have a box of chocolates too. Thanks."

Mr. and Mrs. Smith are trying to decide what to do at

the weekend. Mr. Smith is reading the entertainment

section in the newspaper.

Mr Smith:

Mrs

Smith:

Mr Smith:

Mrs

Smith:

There's a new casino opening. Do you fancy going this weekend?

No way! It's a mug's game.

Well how about seeing a film instead?

I don’t know. What's on?

Blood Diamond is showing. I quite fancy seeing that.

Oh dear. I don’t think I want to watch that

one. The reviews say it is a very violent

flick.

We could go to the theatre and see a play instead.

That’s a good idea! I think Calendar Girls is still playing. I heard on the radio that it is a wonderful stage play.

Oh. Well to be honest, I would rather go to a concert and hear some good music.

Well we haven't been to a concert in ages,

but I still fancy the theatre.

Well why don't we go to the matinee performance and then take in a concert later?

What a good idea. Phone up the box office and book some tickets.

Mrs Smith:
Mrs
Smith:

Mr Smith:

Mr Smith:

Mrs

Smith:

Mr Smith:

Mrs

Smith:

Mr Smith:

Mrs

Smith:

You go to the theatre to watch the performance;

it

pantomime, a puppet show, an opera or a ballet.

could be a play, a show, a musical, a gig, a

You go to a museum or an art gallery to see an exhibition.

You go to a casino to gamble and to try and win money, but you'll probably lose it instead.

You go to a zoo to watch or look at or see the animals.

You go to a disco to listen to music and dance.

You go to a circus to watch the acts.

You go to a fun fair to go on the rides, see the side shows, and to play the games.

NATURALLY SPEAKING

Buying a ticket:-

“I`d like one adult and one child for Cinema 3, please.”

“Can I get one ticket for the matinee?”

“Are there any seats left for the 1:45 show?”

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English Vocabulary 33 FOOD VOCABULARY bread A slice of bread. Build Up broccoli A piece of
FOOD VOCABULARY bread A slice of bread. Build Up broccoli A piece of broccoli. Animal
FOOD VOCABULARY
bread
A slice of bread.
Build Up
broccoli
A piece of broccoli.
Animal
Masculine
Feminine
Young
butter
A pat of butter.
Bull
Cow
Calf
corn
An ear of corn.
fruit
A piece of fruit.
Ram
Sheep
Lamb
garlic
A bulb of garlic.
Boar
Sow
Piglet
honey
A pot of honey.
jam
A jar of jam.
Cockerel
Hen
Chicken
lamb
A leg of lamb.
Things to do with eggs
pepper
A pot of pepper.
egg
pork
A joint of pork.
rice
A grain of rice.
boiled egg
salt
A pinch of salt.
scrambled egg
spaghetti
A strand of spaghetti.
sugar
A cube of sugar.
fried egg
DIALOGUE
NATURALLY SPEAKING
Uncountable Nouns
It's Friday afternoon and John's friend Mark is
coming for tea tomorrow.
A lot of food is made up of uncountable nouns, to
make them countable you need to put them in
another form.
Mrs S:
John, is Mark coming for tea tomorrow?
John:
Yes mum, I told you yesterday!
For example:-
Mrs S:
Oh did you? Sorry, I must have forgotten.
"A
of
".="A
piece of fruit."
John:
What are we having?
Here is a list of some of the uncountable nouns in
this quarter's vocabulary and some ways to make
them countable.
Mrs S:
I don't know yet, I was just writing out the
shopping list. What sort of things does he
like?
asparagus
A bunch of asparagus.
John:
Anything, just about. I know he hates pasta
though, he never eats school dinner if it's
beef
A slice of beef.

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English Vocabulary 34 pasta. Mrs S: OK, what about pizza. John: Yeah, pizza would be great,

pasta.

Mrs S:

OK, what about pizza.

John:

Yeah, pizza would be great, not too much salad though please mum.

Mrs S:

How about a fruit salad for pudding instead?

John:

With ice cream?

Mrs S:

Yes, ok.

John:

Great, I can't wait!

Entertaining at Home - It's Saturday and John's friend Mark has just arrived

John:

Mark

John:

Mark

John:

Mrs S:

Mark:

John

Mrs S:

Mark:

Mrs S:

John

Mrs S:

Mark:

Hi Mark!

Hi John, how's it going?

Fine, and you?

Oh you know.

Yeah, tell me about it.

Hello Mark, how are you.

Very well thank you Mrs Smith.

Mrs S:

Don't worry Mark, it's not your fault, we can eat the salami pizza and you can have the mushroom one. Why don't you both go and play upstairs, tea will be a little bit longer than expected!

John:

This way Mark.

JOBS AND WORK VOCABULARY

Useful Vocabulary

This way Mark. JOBS AND WORK VOCABULARY Useful Vocabulary accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s)

accountant(s)

JOBS AND WORK VOCABULARY Useful Vocabulary accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f

baker(s)

AND WORK VOCABULARY Useful Vocabulary accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f i s h

builder(s)

Useful Vocabulary accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f i s h m o n g

cashier(s)

Vocabulary accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f i s h m o n g e

cleaner(s)

accountant(s) baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f i s h m o n g e r

electrician(s)

baker(s) builder(s) cashier(s) cleaner(s) electrician(s) f i s h m o n g e r (

fishmonger(s)

electrician(s) f i s h m o n g e r ( s ) barber(s) butcher(s)

barber(s)

f i s h m o n g e r ( s ) barber(s) butcher(s) chambermaid(s)

butcher(s)

f i s h m o n g e r ( s ) barber(s) butcher(s) chambermaid(s)

chambermaid(s)

o n g e r ( s ) barber(s) butcher(s) chambermaid(s) dentist(s) engineer(s) flight barman (barmen)

dentist(s)

e r ( s ) barber(s) butcher(s) chambermaid(s) dentist(s) engineer(s) flight barman (barmen) carpenter(s) chef(s)

engineer(s)

) barber(s) butcher(s) chambermaid(s) dentist(s) engineer(s) flight barman (barmen) carpenter(s) chef(s) doctor(s) f i

flight

barman (barmen)
barman (barmen)

carpenter(s)

dentist(s) engineer(s) flight barman (barmen) carpenter(s) chef(s) doctor(s) f i r e m a n Mum,

chef(s)

engineer(s) flight barman (barmen) carpenter(s) chef(s) doctor(s) f i r e m a n Mum, can

doctor(s)

flight barman (barmen) carpenter(s) chef(s) doctor(s) f i r e m a n Mum, can we

fireman

Mum, can we go and play in my room?

Yes, after tea. We're having pizza tonight Mark, is that alright?

Yes Mrs Smith that should be fine, but I am a vegetarian.

Oh John, you didn't tell me!

Sorry mum, I didn't know.

Well it's just as well I bought mushroom pizza as well then, isn't it?

I'm sorry if it's any trouble Mrs Smith.

Confidence, Fluency & Personality

pizza as well then, isn't it? I'm sorry if it's any trouble Mrs Smith. Confidence, Fluency

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English Vocabulary 35 (firemen) hairdresser(s) nurse(s) photographer(s) porter(s) reporter(s) scientist(s) vet(s) judge(s)

(firemen)

English Vocabulary 35 (firemen) hairdresser(s) nurse(s) photographer(s) porter(s) reporter(s) scientist(s) vet(s) judge(s)

hairdresser(s)