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children foot feet
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to go to speak
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It is

We (you, they) are (, )
I (he, she, it) was (, , )
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she loves she loved
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spoke
shall ( )
will ( 2 3 )
I shall say You (he) will come () ()
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We go tomorrow

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in ()
at -
to ( ...)
from
into ()
out of ()
above

under

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below 0 :
at six o'clock 6

in two hours 2
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on Monday
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on 5th of December 5
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can I can speak English -
may You may smoke
must You must come in two hours 2
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Who
What
When
Where
Why
How
Whom
Whose

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Come tomorrow Open the door
III.
1.
! How do you do
! Hallo , Hi
! Good morning
!- afternoon
!-evning
? How are you?
. Very well
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So so
2.
! Good bye
! So long
! See you soon
! See you tomorrow
3.
. Thank you . Thanks
! Many thanks
He Not at all
It's nothing, really
4.
May I introduce myself?
Glad to meet you
5.
? May I ask you
? May I trouble you for a moment

With pleasure

Certainly . Of course .
6.
! Sorry . I beg you pardon . Excuse me .
I didn't mean to hurt you
, Never mind
7.
! All right .O.K. Fine .
! A good idea
! That'll do
! You are right
. I see
8.
! I am against it
I object
! That won't do
! By no means
9.

! Cheer up
! What a pity
Take it easy
He Don't worry
10. ,
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What is this
T'his is...
How much is it
It's expensive
What size
May I try it on?
It's too big
It's too small
I like it
What colour?

!
I say!
...
They say
!
That's all

By the way
!
Just a minute
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What can I do for you?
!
Say it again, please
?
Can 1 help you?

I need some bread
-
My English is poor
,
Speak slowly please
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What's the news
!
Let me alone

IV.
1.
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, port, harbour
port of call
port of registry
port of loading
port of unloading
port of destination
port administration
port authorities
harbour master
quay, berth
agent
ship-chandler
port state control
- port health authorities
crewing agent
custom house
freight
shipowner
shipping company
to go ashore
to put to sea
1. ?
What's the name of your ship?
2. ? How long are vou going to stay here?
3. , I don't know exactly perhaps a week or so
4. ?
When will you start discharging?
5. ?
Who is in charge of water supply here?
6. !
Open the hydrant !
7. !
That'll do!
8. 10
The ship lies (is berthed) at the quay number ten.
9. ?
What's the number of this berth?
10. ...
How can I get to quay number ...
11. ?
Can your boat take us to the roadsted ?
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1. ?
What can I do for you?
2. ,
I am very sorry, but the captain is not on board now
3.
will be back in an hour
4.
You can speak to the watch officer
5. ?
How shall I announce you?
6. ,
Will you wait a moment please?
7. You may go up the ladder
8.
Be careful when going up
9.
Hold on to the guard-rail
10.
This way please
11. Smoking is not allowed here
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1. ,
As soon as you finish discharging you will have to shift to another berth
2. Ha ? Which berth must we shift to?
3.
This berth is not quite suitable
4. ?
When will you send us a tug and a pilot to shift the ship to another berth?
5.
Send us an ash-boat to take the rubbish away tomorrow
6. ,
You have to double up fore and aft, a gale is expected tomorrow

7. , ?
We are going to put to sea tomor- row what formalities are to be performed?
8.
You must fill out this declaration and state tlie estimated hour of departure.

2.

ship; vessel

fishing boat

sister ship

on the deck

in the cabin
on the bridge
in the engine-room
weather deck
accommodation and service spaces
on the forecastle
on the after deck
in the mess-room
in the sick bay
in the galley
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boatswain

deck hands

deck hand

duty list
to set a task

to tidy up
,
to sweep
, to wipe

to wash

to mop

to throw away
, to renew
() to oil

to clean

to repair

to rig

to marry the split falls of dericks

to take to parts
to chip the rust

to connect

to disconnect
, to bend on

to unbend

to lower the boat

to paint
to mix a paint

to carry

to roll

to screw
(-)
to fit with...
( )
to part
( ) to fray

to bail out
, () jury (mast)
1. !
Look after this!
2. , ?
Do you want me to do this?
3.
I'll see to all that
4. () One more coating of primer (paint) must be put on
5.
You have to do this over again
6.
It has happened by chance
7. ?
May I be absent for a moment?
8. , 10 .
O.k, but don't be longer then ten minutes
9. !
Hurry-up!
10. !
Wash of the deck!
11. !
Avast!

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to keep watch
trick
()
to relieve
watch officer
()
to make ship's round

helmsman (wheelman)
look-out

rolling

pitching

latitude
a
longitude

scale

bearing

rudder deflection

panoramic view

ahead

dead ahead
/
starboard/port
no /
bow/astern
awake

abeam; abreast

dead reckoning
to fix the
no... .()
position by...
range of visibility
elevatin

to plot the course
to converge
to pass each other

to swing round
gyration
()
to sheer heavily
() to yaw
to have a list
() to starboard/port
to run aground

to capsize
stability
displacement
drift
draft
length

breadth

height of a freeboard

drill

collision
to give a hand
rescue work
salvation
,
ship in distress
, keep clear vessel
, stand-on vessel

head outward

right of way
,

steerage way speed


manual control

to hoist the flag
to put the rudder from hard over to hard over
1. ?
How is her head now
2. / We shoud pass that ship port to port/
starboard to starboard
3.

Keep to starboard side

4.
Switch on the active rudder
5.
Switch off

6. /
7. ?

Leave this buoy to port/to starboard


How does she answer the helm?
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Call sign

Watchkeeping

Distress call

Talking

Choosing a channel

Spelling

Calling

Exchange of messages

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Received

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Received . Understood
Over

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Say again please

Message not understood

... Change to channel...


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Out
Stand by

Roger

How do you read me?

I read you

bad

poor

good

exellent
...Stand by on channel...

I can't read you

Come in please
, Sorry i'ts not you that I'm calling

Acknowledge

Fairway speed
Inshore traffic zone
Traffic lane

Vessel crossing

Vessel inward
Way point/calling in point (C.I.P.)
1.
You are running into danger
2.
Your lights are not visible
3.
You are crossing my nets
4. ...
I'm anchored (at...)
5. ,
I've slipped my anchor
6. I'm heaving up anchor
7. You are obstracting fairway
8.
You must anchor clear of the fairway
9. ?
From what direction are you approaching?
10. / What is your ETA (ETD)
11. ? What is your destination?
12. ? May I proceed?
13. /? May I enter/leave?
14. ?
Are you underway?
15. I'm making way through the water
16. ? What is your course?
17.
Your course is correct

18. ? What course do you advise?


19.

I am keeping my present course

20. ...

I am altering my course to...

21. I will proceed by fairway


22. ... I will turn starboard at...
23.
24.

I'm crossing the fairway

I am passing

25. ...

Fairway speed is :.; knots

26. , /
The vessel ahead/astern of you
27. You are on the leading line
28. ...
29. He

You are on ... side of the fairway

Do not overtake

30. He

Do not cross the fairway

31. ... Your station in convoy will be number...


32. , You must close up on vessel ahead of you
33. ... You must wait for lock clearance until... hours
34.
I'm alterning course to port
35.

I'm going astern

36. ?

What are your intentions?

37. Keep well clear of me


38.

I wish to overtake

39.

I'm not under command

40.
41.

I'm a hampered vessel


I am manoeuvering with difficulty

42. Advise you stop engine


43. /
Do not pass ahead/astern of me
44. ?
What is your position?
45. ...

You are entering area...

46. , ... My present position, course and speed is...


47. ? What is the course to reach you?
48. . Say again you position to assist identification
49. My position has been obtained by radar
50. ?
Is your radar working?
51. I have located you on my radar
52. Vessel ahead of you is on the same
course
53. You are getting closer to the vessel
ahead of you
54. ? What range scale are you using?
55. I require shore based radar assistance
56. /
Vessel on opposite course passing
your starboard/port side
57.
You are leaving my screen
58.
You are not complying with traffic regulations
59. ...
.There are many fishing vessels at...
60. You are proceeding at a dangerous speed
61. / You must reduce/increase your speed
62. We are getting closer to each other
63. /
I have to turn to starboard/port
64.
Leave the buoy northward
65. / I suggest we pass each other port to
port/st. to st.
66. I'll cross astern of you

67.

Head into the wind

68.

The ship is disabled

69.

shift the ship from one berth to another

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1. ? How many tugs must be taken by my ship?
2. ? Is the towing hawser/rope fastened?
3. ?

Are you ready for towing?

4. Everything is ready for towing


5.

Commence towing

6. Shorten in the towing hawser


7.

Steer to starboard

8. Pay out/veer off the towline


9.

Cast off the towing hawser

10.

The towing hawser has parted

11.
12.

Get spare towing rope ready

I require a tug

13. ...

Ice-breaker will arrive at... hours

14. Ice-breaker assistance is


15.
Proceed along the ice channel

commencing

16. / Prepare to receive/ cast off tow line


17. ,
Stay where you are
18. / Switch on bow/stern search light
19.
There is open water ahead
20. Proceed by yourself
3.
safety line

windward

lee side
swinging room
1. ? Is pilotage compalsory?
2. I require a pilot
3. ?

Where I take a pilot?

4. ? At what time will the pilot arrive


5.

Pilot is coming to you

6. Pilot boat is approaching your vessel


7. ?
Which side?
8.

Make alee for me

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1. ?

Which side do you want a ladder?

2. Come alongside from starboard, the lee side


3. !
Climb up!
4. Come along to the bridge
5. ? Shall we take your launch in tow?
6. , , Could you show your pilot
certificate , please?
7. ? How far will you pilot the ship?
8. ... I shall take your ship only as far as...

9. ?
10. ...

Where will you be relieved by another pilot?

will relieve me at...

11. ? Up to what place will the other pilot


take us?
12. ? Will you pilot the ship at night?
13. , ? Shall we have to wait at the
roadstead till there is a free berth?
14. ? Are you ready to pilot the ship?
15. ? Shall we weigh the anchor ?
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1. ?

How many propellers has your ship?

2. She's singlescrew
3. ?
How many knots are we running now?
4. ? Is that the maximum speed of the ship?
5. , ... No, her maximum speed is ... knots
6. ?
What is the draft of your ship?
7. ... . ...
Her draft is ... metres fore and ...
8.
The ship sheers heavily
9.

The ship yaws a litlle

10. ?

Am I steering the right course?

11. ,

metres aft

Yes, keep straight to that lighthouse

12. Pass between the mole and the breakwater


13.
Steer to that light
14.

Round this point

15. Keep clear of this rock


16.
Reduce your speed
17. ? What's her diameter of gyration ?
18. We shall have to anchor here
pending the tide
19. / We shall now be making a sharp
turn to starboard/port
20. ?
How many miles is there to the roadstead?
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Starboard
Helm a starboard
Starboard the helm

Port
Helm a port
Port the helm
/
Starboard/port a little
/
Starboard/port handsomely
/
More (better) starboard/port
/
All (hard) starboard/port

Midships
Amidships
Right the helm
()
Ease the helm
Easy

Meet her
Check the helm

Steady
Steady so
Rihgt so
Keep her steady

Steer the course
, 30
Starboard, on course 30

Mind the helm
Watch your steering

Keep alignment in sight
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Steer straight for the cape, buoy, church

Follow the tug
/
Nothing to starboard/port
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Stand by the engine

Try the engine

Dead slow ahead
/
Slow ahead/astern
/ Half ahead/astern
/
Full ahead/astern

Faster
Slower
Go astern
Stop her

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1. ?
What side of the canal must we keep here?
2. ? What speed is allowed here?
3. ... The speed here must not exeed ... knots
4. ? What ships must we let to pass ahead of us?
5. ()
All naval and passenger ships have the right of way over the ordinary cargo ships
6. ?
Shall we have to anchor while proceeding through this canal?
7.
Sound two short blasts
8.
Go at a moderate f'madirit] speed
9. /
We can overtake that ship on her starboard/port side
10. ,
Alter the course so that the ship may pass by on our port side
11. We have no right to cross way
ahead of her
12. ? What is the order ofproseeding through the canal?
13. Your ship will be the second in the caravan
14. ,
See that they don't fail to light the sternlight
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1. , ?
Shall we have to wait for the tide to enter the harbour?
2.
We'd better anchor inside the break water
3. ?
What is the quality of bottom here?
4. (, , )
The ground is sandy (muddy, clayey, rocky)
5. ?
May we ancnor here?
6. ?
Is i( deep here?
7. ? Which anchor niusl. be ready?
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Get the anchor ready

Veer out the anchor to the water's edge
/ Let go starboard/port anchor
He ! Stand clear of the cable
4 Four shackles to hawse
/ The chain is looking starboard/port
The chain is under the hull
Keep the cable slackened
The anchor is atrip

Hold on the cable/chain
- Secure the anchor for sea

Put windlass in gear
Heave in the chain/anchor
The anchor is apeak
The anchor is awash
Clear anchor
Foul anchor
Grip band brake
!
Clap the stoppers on
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1. ( )?
Must we take a tug to enter the harbour (to make a landing)?
2. ?
Where shall we get moored?
3. ?
Which side shall we make a landing?
4. We must make fast stern to
5. !
Stop ship's headway
6. / /
Give the ship a short kick ahead/astern to cant her to starboard/port
7. You gave the ship too much headway

8. () Get in the bow/stern first


9. Now we can heave the ship alongside
10. O () Cant the stern/the bow off the pier
11. ?
Is it clear astern?
12. ! Not clear
13. Heave the stern alongside with a breast line
14 ?
Shall we double up fore and aft?
Mooring ropes
1. headline
bow rope
forward line
2. ~
forward breast line
head breast rope
3. forward spring bow spring
4. stern line
stern rope
5. aft breast line stern breast rope
6.
aft spring
stern spring
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Get ready

Give/send on shore

Fire a line

Pay away
Veer out

Slack away
Check
Make fast

Make all fast

Lower down the ladder

Heave up the ladder

Let go the ropes

Heave in (away) the ropes

Hold on/avast heaving in

Haul in the slack

Haul taut
/ Ship/unship fenders

Fleet upon the windlass
- Make all fast for sea
Pass the tow rope
Take in the tow rope
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1. My pilot duties are over
2. Lower/haul down the pilot flag
3. , , Will you fill out my pilot form, please
4. ? How shall I fill out this form?
5. , , ,
Put down the ship's name, the registred tonnage, date and your name
7. ( )
Shove off!
4.
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1. ?
Are you a custom officer?
2. ? What documents must we produce?
2. ,
Will you show me your crew's effects declaration crew list, and last custom's house clearance
4. ,
Fill out this form, please
5. ,
Sign this guaranty, please
6. ?
Will you rummage the ship right away?
7. ?
Do you have any prohibited goods on board?
8. () ?
The export (import) of what articles is prohibited
now?
9. ?
Do this goods belong to the members of the crew?
10. ?
What surplus stores of cigarettes and spirits
must 1 seal up?
11. ? Do you have any drugs (narcotics) on board?
12. Will you fill out passangers landing cards
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1.
I'm medical officer
2. ? Any sick persons on board?
3. ? Have you had any cases of infectious diseases on board?
4. , No, everybody is allright
5. ? What was your last port of call?
6. ,
Show me your latest bill of health, please
7. , , , ?
Are there any rats, bugs, cockroaches, mosquitos on board?
8. ()
Please produce your deratization (disinfection) certificate
9. (, , )
We request you to carry out the fumigation (disinfection, deratization, disinsection)
10. You must be quarantined for a week
11. I request you to give us a bill of health
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1. ,
I need supplies of water, fuel and
provision
2.
Here's the provision list
3. ? When shall I deliver all these
supplies?
4. ? How much have we to pay for delivery of the
provisions?
5. ? How must we pay you, in cash or
through our agent here?
6. , . See to it that all the foodstuffs be
absolutely fresh
7. , ... We cannot accept these foodstuff's
because...
8. Substitude fresh foodstuffs for these
9. ? Do you need any cash money?
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to dip the tanks
grounding cable

drip pan

capasity
leaks and overflow
1. ... We want to place an order for ...
tons of diesel oil
of lubrication oil
2. ? Can you supply us with this quantity?
3. :
The fuel must meet the following requirements:
density
viscosity

flash point
pour point
sulphur content

specific gravity
cetane number

mechanical admixtures
4.
The goods must exactly correspond to the samples submitted
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1.
Will you sign this account for services in the port?
2. ?
What port dues must we pay?
3. , , Piloting in, anchorage, mooring dues

custom's clearence

garbage disposal

quay dues

5. , ?
Do these dues include charges for the tug's services, handling lines ashore?
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shipper

consignee

to draw up a cargo plan

to collect freight
/ to do the loading/discharging

in the course of loading

disposition of cargo

consignment
space of hold
the bill of lading
to cant

ship to ship transfer
/ loading/unloading
stevedore gang

shift

disposition of cargo
heavy-lift/extraweight
to stow
to overstow
, to lash

to sling
()
sweeping
to wrap goods

fragile
sweeting
humidity

artwartships
()
to handle

draft
the notice is served

lay days

to take delivery of cargo

to bear responsibility
in accordance with their numbers

statement of shortage
certificate of inspection

to take gauges of tanks
to strip the tanks
to thieve the tanks
() ullage

shortage
to stack goods outside
to break the bulk
to take samples

the cost of demurrage

mate's receipt

shipping order
1. ...
Time will begin to count at...
2. Open the hatch
3. Take off the tarpaulin
4. Fold the tarpaulin neatly
5. () Take out the hatchboard (hatchbeams)
6.
Our tallies don't agree
7. ? Who is the hatch foreman?
8.
Call up the boss stevedore
9. Pay away the guy
10. ! Hold taut the guy
11. !
Sling the draft properly
12. ! Adjust the sling
13. He !
Don't stand under the load!
14.
Heave up handsomely
15.
Heave up cheerily

16. ! Avast heaving up!


17.
Lower away handsomely
18.
Lower away
19. ! The sling has parted!
20.
The block is oiled poorly
21. ! Put the dunnage here
22. Let's begin with this stack
23. ! Handle this cargo with care
24. ()
Put this case (bag) aside !
25. () ; ( )
This bag (case) is no good; the marks are not distinct (the packing is damaged)
26. (, ),
Send this cases (bales, bags) back. I cant accept them for shipment
27. () ? When will you finish unloading
(loading) this hold?
28. ? How much of this lot is still left?
29.
There is cargo left for another five drafts
30. , It has begun raining we'll have to stop loading
31. !
Stop with the work
32. !Cover the hatch with the tarpauling
33. , ()
As soon as it stops raining we'll go on with our loading (unloading)
34. ?
When is your dinner time?
35. ? At what time will you resume your work?
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1. ? What cargo did your tanker carry
last time?
2. We shall have to clean tanks thoroughly

to wash up the tanks

to steam up the tanks
to chip off the tanks

to wipe the walls
3. () ? What is the diameter of your
receiving (discharning) pipes?
4. () () ... ()
The outside (inside) diameter of our receivery (discharging) pipes is ... inches (milimeters)
5. ? What is the diameter of your hoses
6.
These hoses are not good
7. ()
It will be necessary to provide our receiving (discharning) pipes with coupling transition tubes
8. ? What pressure shall we keep at the pumps
9. ... - 1 .
You must keep the pressure at the pumps at ... Ib. per. sq. inch.
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1.
We shall have to draw up

a statement of shortage
2.
It's necessary to draw up a statement of the ship's draft before and after the loading
3.
We cannot give you a clean receipt for these pieces
4.
We n accept these pieces only with an appropriate reserve in the bill of lading
5. -
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Have you any claims as to shortage or damage to the goods under this bill of lading?
6. Sign on this bill of lading for the goods received
6. ...
Give the mate's receipt under Shipping order No
7. , ...
This bill of lading covers our shipping orders Nos
8.
You must endorse in (include in) the bill of lading my remarks in the mate's receipt
10. A mistake has been made in this bill of lading
11. ... Insert a clause in bill of lading No...
12. " ... "
"The packing of pieces Nos... was damaged and repaired by the shipper when loading"

13. ...
whom shall we deliver the cargo under bill
of lading No...?
)
major repair
list of repairs

wiring diagram

measure sheet
wear rate
to rewind

to grind
to roll

to rebabbit

to weld

hydravlic test
arc deposition
:
Can you do the following repair work:

crack in hall to be welded

bulwark to be faired
deck plating to be renewed
, , derrick to be removed,
strightened, refitted and tested
, cover to be faired and rubber packing to be renewed
,
steel watertight door to be faired and tested
2 30 40 ( )
hole two metres below water line 30 40 cm to be welded
(underwater welding)
porthole glass holder with glass
to be replaced and tested

Main engine
/ main /crank bearings to be
babbit-lined
cylinder and piston set to be
dismantled, piston and crosshead bearing to be checked
cracks to be welded and cylinder covers to be pressed
Auxiliaries
, , ,
air and ammonia compressors, water, fuel and fire pumps to be repaired
fuel and oil separators to be repaired
(, , ) bottom and out-board
fittings (sluice valves, strainers, scuppers) to be repaired

Boiler
boiler brickwork to be renewed

water tubes to be renewed

safety valve to be replace
)
Dry-docking
to dry-dock
to trim the vessel to an even keel

underwater body of the ship
sea-growth

anti fouling composition

out-board fittings
1. ? Where can we have docking of our ship?
2. We want the ship's underwater body to be graved
the underwater body to be coated
... ... sheets of plating to be
replaced

nets to be removed from propeller

the screw blades to be strightened
propeller blade to be replaced

shaft line to be centered
oil leakage in CPP glands to be stopped

pitch-changing mechanism (PCM) to be repaired

bearings to be replaced

shaft to be ground

shaft hub to be replaced
, , , sliding blocks, bars, rods and oil

overflow valves to be made


, rudder to be tested, rudder plate pin
clearance to be measured

packing glands to be repacked

stern eland to be repacked

V.

crew

seafarers

1 . ( )

able bodied seaman (..)

2 .
ordinary seaman (O.S.)
,
rank

capasity
...
entitlement
crew's employer

average of seafarers wage
working hours

dinner time

overtime
/

extrahours

leave pay

life insuranse

casualty

disability

in case of sickness

medical treatment

disobedience

complaint

sedition

VI.

Bottom

Cross here

D
Danger
,
Dangerous Curve

Don't cast anchor here

Don't turn over
He !

Entrance

Emergency call

Emergency exit

Exit
F
Fire emergency call
G
Go slow

Handle with care


!
High Tension Cable !

Keep clear of propellers


!
Keep clear of twin screws
!

ships articles

Keep to the right


!
L
Lavatory

M
Mole under repairs (constraction)
()
N
No anchorage He
No admittance
!
No landing here
!
No left turn !
No mooring He !
No passage !
No smoking !
Not to turn over
He !
0

One way
!

Prohibited area (zone) !


S
Stop

Top ()
Top uppermost
W
W.C. (Water Closet)

He !

VII. , ,
1 (16 )
ounce (28,4 r)
1 (16 )
pound (0,454 )
1 (1/20)
hundredweight (cwt)
1 (2000 )
short ton (908 )
1 (2240 )long ton (1016 )

1 (12 )
inch (2,54 )
1 (12 )
foot (30,48 )
1 (3 ) yard (91,44 )
1 (6 )
fathom (182,88 )
1 (100 )
cable (182,88 )
1 (10 ) nautical mile (1853 )
1 (5280 ) statute mile (1609 )
1 (3 )
legaue (5560 )

)
1
gill (0,142)
1 (4 )
pint (0,568 )
1 (2 )
quart (1,136 )
1 (4 ) gallon (4,543 )
)
1 (2 )
quart (1,136 )
1 (4 ) gallon (4,543 )
1 (2 )
peck (9,087 )
1 (8 ) bushel (36,347 )
1 (8 ) quarter (2,91 )

1 . (144 .) square foot (929 2)
1 . (9 .) square yard (0,836 2)
1 (4840 .) acre (0,405 )
1 .
square mile (2,59 2)

VIII.


?
where

here
,
there
- somewhere

nowhere
everywhere

far

near
?
when
,
now
, soon
, then
,
before
, after
- ever

never

always

often

seldom

sometimes

already
?
how

very

almost

well

badly

quickly

slowly

up

down

why
because
? ( , ) how many
? ( , .) how much
, enough

good

bad

big
small

old

new

wide

narrow

high

low

long

short
slow

fast
, strong

weak

heavy

light

deep

shallow
different
similar

dry

wet

full

empty

hard

soft

thin

thick

round

square
sharp
blunt
dark
light
clean
dirty

- *
* , , ,
, ..

autoclave
electric storage
battery bretari
Aapa
electro-welding set
first-aid kid
stern frame

babbit metal
gaff

guess-rope

rudder head

steel gas-cylinder

refrigerent bottle

air receiver/bottle

banister
cooling batteriy

barometr
look-see
cargo blocks

bolt

board, side
drum

hoze nozzle

windlass
tarpaulin
hoop

life-buoy
() tug-boat
() tow-rope

emery-paper
() hank
,
bay, gulf


propeller shaft
crankshaft
cam-shaft for exhaust valve
roller
metal roller

shafting
shroud

waterline

carpenter's level
bucket

fan
oars
log rotator
rags, waste
screw, propeller
(BP)
controllable pitch propeller (CPP)
fixed pitch propeller
bearing brass

water meter

breakwater

to rig a derrick


afterstern tube bush
forward stern tube bush
packing gland

cylinder liner

reel
chipping

nut
end-nut

cargo hook
latrine
nail
cargo gins

gyro-compass

hail
mushroom ventilator
gooseneck
storm
ground
()
primer
ridge

watertight door
sliding door
sterntube
diesel engine
rain
jack
plank
spike
drill
uptake

blind flange

sluice valve

rivet

putty
. conspicuous

curtain
spair parts
shutter

sunken

link
chisel

bend in the canal



insulation tape
side lights / port holes

injector

manual

tool


freezing chamber

groove
wentilation duct
steel cables
-
snatch-block

- cargo snatch with hook


Kaa chart
Kap crankcase
Kap launch

sea valve

sea chest
fairlead
brush

quick-closing stop valve
suction valve

exhaust valve

- screw down non return valve



discharge valve

blow off valve

starting air valve
pressure reducing valve
glue
mooring pipe
spanner/wrench

star-type spanners
universal-type spanners
claw-type spanners
tube-type spanners
bitt
bunk
exhaust gas manifold

bilge well
(oil) scraper ring

stern tube check ring

overall

coaming
Ko
magnetic compass

working compressor
stand by compressor

heaving line
caulking iron and mallet

alleyway
quarter

distribution box/chest

rocker arm

pit

water tube boiler
donkey boiler
oil-fired boiler
exhaust-gas boiler
thimble
test cock
fi hydrant
fender
paint

cylinder cover

log
log-line

manhole
blow-lamp

winch

winchman
rail

medicine

ice

ratline

point line

boat lacing
()
scrape iron
()
crowbar

lead

leadline
blade
pilot book

brass eyelet
handhole
M
fair main

pressure gauge

mast
lighthouse
shoal
broom

auxiliaries
Me
jute bags

jetty

hammer

mallet
chipping hammer
, caulking mallet
flying bridge
trash, rubbish
clutch
soup

point
H
asbestos gland packing
metallic packing

water gland packing

steam gland packing
pin
supercharging

superstructure
emery

file
square file

round file
rough file
smooth file

flat file flat fail
second file
traingular file

nozzle rudder
seawater pump

bilge pump

deepwell pump

fire pump

freshwater pump

fuel injection pump
( ) hacksaw

hacksaw blades

stretcher
bow
datum
0


bronze liner
fi-extinguisher
froth extinguisher
steaming lights
eye splace
drying oil
0
sawdust

water distiller

screwdriver

bilge suction branch
compartment
derrick guy

ceiling
oakum
deck

distance piece
hemp

gloves
sew

lignum vitae strip


gunwale
collision mat
dome lamp
pliers

raft

pallet

plunger
air supply

shore, prop

dunnage

handrails

piston
big end bearing
crosshead bearing

thrust bearing

peninsula
poop
xo () refrigeration machinery room (RMR)

ball float

soap powder
gantry
strake

boottop

gale warning

chisel, punch
()
messenger line

wire

jointing
measuring instruments
weather-forecast

spring
P
radar

direction-finder
hand rockets
crank web clearance
camshaft for exhaust valve
thinner

rasp

roadstead, roads
rheostat
grid

strainer

rust

crew list

wood plane

switch
deck house
wheel house
fire hose

tiller

mittens
steering room

ring bolt
prize, level

gland

stern gland
bulkhead stuffing box
fid

pail
whistle
strum box
manila cargo net

net

smoke signals
water fire main system


cooling system
steam smothering system

fire defection system

starting air system
shackle
screwed shackles
forelock shackles

scrubbers
ramp
() coating
shackle

life-boat equipment

snow

shaft coupling

international shore connection

entablature
alignment
derric, boom
log-book
red oxide
red lead
gangway

log clock

rigging

tackle gear
rigging screw

tare, packing

cart, barrow

canvas awning

vice

topping lift
furnace
axe

( 127 )
hawser
funnel

exhaust pipe

stern tube
sounding pipe

scupper pipe

bilge line
hold

freezing hold

refrigerated hold

gypsy

turbo-charged
fog

knot

rowlocks
air conditioning plant

line throwing gun

watter distiller
fish meal plant (FMP)
02 carbon-dioxid fire extingwisher plant
cargo liandling gear

steering gear
( ) cleat

bulwark

red fl
blue light
venner

fairway

ensign

pilot Union jack

o
code answering pennant

ship's numbers

semaphore flags
MCC code flags alphabet

numeral pennants

explosion-proof lamp
stern lamp

masthead lamp

flashlight

fuel injector
()
burner
bow frame

main engine seating
shaft stool
X

cold chamber

cement
chain
liquid cooling medium tank
...
central control room (CCR)


rotation speed

scraping
washer
connecting rod

mooring

moorings
()
jornal
() drive gears
() pinions

runner
sheave
hose

davit
life boat

frime
scupper
capstan

propeller key

slack
stay
-
span
rod

valve spindler

piston rod

wire brush
shore-supply board

welding rods
circuit diagram
enamel
echosounder

poop

anchor
-
cable

label
()

sand container