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Unit 1 phrases with gef

to get home
=
to arri ve at your home
I usualty get home from school at about five
o'clock.
to get together
=
to meet with other people
My friends and I get together on Sundays to play
footbal I i n the park.
to get a
[phone]
call
I got fi ve cal l s l ast ni ght whi l e I was worki ng.
to get si ck,/i l l
When we were on hoti day, my si ster got si ck
because she drank water from the tap.
to
8et
somewhere,/anywhere
=
to improve, to
maKe protress
I started l earni ng Spani sh l ast year, but l ' m not
getti ng anywhere so I thi nk l ' [[ stop.
Uni t 2 sport
I a st adi um
The stadi um hol ds
60,000 peopl e.
a champi onshi p
He won the
champi onshi p
for the fifth time.
TO SCOre
He scored a great
goat.
a goal ./poi nt
In footba[[, you score
goal s, and i n
basketba[[
you score points.
to draw
They drew, three-all.
to get hot/cold/warm
It's getting reatly cold now
-
[et's go back into
the house.
to get hungry/thirsty
lm getting hungry. Can we have lunch soon?
to
8et
going
=
to start (something) ,/ to leave
Look
-
i t' s al most ten otl ock. I thi nk we shoul d
get goi ng, or we' [[ be [ate.
to get a,/the chance
l ' m reatl y busy now, but l ' t[ phone you i f I get a
chance.
to
8et
pleasure (from)
I' m not very good at tabl e tenni s, but I get a l ot
of pleasure from playing it.
a reserve
I di dn' t pl ay
-
I was a reserve
to substitute
He was substi tuted
after 30 mi nutes.
a record
It's a new wortd
record!
to hold a,/the record
He hol ds the record
for the marathon.
to break a record
She broke the worl d
record for the
.|00
metres.
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Unit 4 North American and British English
North Ameri ca Bri tai n North Ameri ca
Unit 5 talking about people' s
age
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North Ameri ca
baggage luggage
l i ne queue
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5 faucet
l 0 gas
3 movie theater crnema drapes curtai ns
4 vacation hoti day a the Fal l autumn 12 hood
adul thood
=
the ti me of l i fe when you are an adul t
Adul thood bri ngs responsi bi ti ty.
chi l dhood
=
the ti me of l i fe when you are a chi td
She di dn' t have a very happy chi l dhood.
adolescence
=
the time of life when you are a teenager/adolescent
Some peopl e thi nk adol escence i s the best ti me of your [i fe!
/outh
=
the ti me of l i fe when you are young
My grandmother says the world was very different in her youth.
to get,/grow old(er)
My dad always says he isn't worried about getting older.
to be getting on
=
to get,/grow old
He was a good footballer when he was 25, but hei
tettint
on a bit now.
under age
=
too young to do something (because of a taw)
You have to be 16 to watch that film
-
and I'm only 15, so l'm under age.
to come of age
=
to reach the age when you are legatly an adult
'
In Britain, people come of age when they're 18.
to look
[your]
age
=
to look the age that you really are
He l ooks l i ke he' s 20, but real l y hes 40! He doesn' t l ook hi s age at al l .
to act
[your]
age
=
not to behave as if you were a child (or younger than you reatty are)
Oh,
Jimmy
-
you're not six years old any more!
you're
15! Act your age!
bonnet
f f i r
t/rts s(anno/'
Uni t 5
-
verb and noun
have
I an acci dent
James
i s i n hospi tal
-
he had
an acci dent i n hi s car.
2 a probl em
I have a probl em
-
I want to
buy that shi rt, but I haven' t got
any money.
3 an i dea
We di dn' t know what to do
-
but then Al i ce had an i dea.
4 a meal
Last ni ght we a[[ went out to a
restaurant and had a real l y ni ce
meal together.
Uni t 7
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di sasters
'|
to be on fire
pairs
make
5 a suggestion
=
to suggest
Can I make a suggesti on? Why
don' t we go to the ci nema
tonight?
6 an offer
=
to offer
I di dn' t want to setl my bi ke,
but somebody made me an
offer of 100, so I sol d i t.
7 a deci si on
=
to deci de
I don' t know whi ch one to buy,
but I need to make a deci si on
qui ckty.
8 progress
=
to get better
My German is getting better
and better
-
l ' m maki ng a l ot
of progress.
take
9 a test / an exam
=
to sit a test
My mother took her dri vi ng
test last week and she passed!
10
[your]
ti me
=
not to do
somethi ng qui ckl y
We aren't [ate, so we can take
our ti me and not hurry.
a break
=
to stop work for a
short ti me
We worked for three hours,
and then we took a break and
had some coffee.
an i nterest
[i n]
=
51l o* i nterest
We real l y l i ke our teacher
because she takes an interest
i n al l of us.
4 to put a fire out
A fi re engi ne came
and the fi remen put
the fire out.
8 to be homel ess
2 to set fire to 3 to catch fire
5 to crack
It was terri bl e
-
when they went
home, they saw that
thei r house was
on fire.
Duri ng t he
demonstrati on,
some peopl e set
fire to a car.
6 to col tapse
It was so hot and
dry that trees i n the
forest caught fire.
The floods destroyed
food, and many
peopl e were starvi ng.
A stone hi t the
window and cracked
the gl ass.
The earthquake was
so stronS that many
bui l di ngs col l apsed.
Thousands of peopb
were homel ess
after the earthquab
destroyed their
nouses.
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7 to be starving
Unit 8
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houses,/homes
I
2
the top floor
the second floor
[US:thi rd
fl oor]
the first floor
[US:second
fl oor]
the ground fl oor
[US:
first floor]
5
6
7
8
9
10
the attic
the roof
a bal cony
ai r-condi ti oni ng
central heati ng
the basement
Uni t 9
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t hi nki ng
t knowledge Her knowledge of African countries is amazing.
2 a bel i ef l t' s my bel i ef that vi ol ence on TV i s a bad thi ng.
3 a thought lt's an interesting idea
-
have you got any thoughts about it?
4 concentration someone knocked on the door
-
it broke my concentration.
5 imagination You need a [ot of imagination to write good stories.
6 i nspi rati on A beauti ful sunset was my i nspi rati on for thi s poem.
7 an estimate I think it's going to cost 200
-
but that's just my estimate.
8 a guess Sorry, you're wrong
-
but it was a good guess anyway!
1l to move house
"12
to share a room
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Unit l0
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music and musical instruments
the conductor
+ lyrics 5 percussion
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Unit ll
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medicine
an operation medicine a bandage
s
[to
be on] crutches 7 to take
[someone's]
temperature
a prescription
=
a piece of paper a doctor gives you in order to get medicine
I took the prescription to the chemist and got the tablets.
allergic
[to
something]
=
unable to eat something because it makes you itl
lm allergic to cheese
-
if I eat cheese, I get spots all over my face.
to go down with something
=
1o get an illness or disease
I was feeling fine, but then suddenly I went down with a really bad cotd.
to get over
[an
illness]
=
to recover and get better
My dad got really bad flu
-
he's OK now, but it took him a week to get over it.
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4
fto
be in / to have
(a foot) inl plaster
to take
[someone's]
blood pressure
I an orchestra
6 backing singers
7 a recording studio 8 to be on tour 9 an open-air concert
e
[to
be in] a wheelchair
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Unit 12
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electrical matters
a socket
a button 8 a wi re 9 a battery 10 a battery charger
Unit 14
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luck
I Good luckl
A: l've got a very important exam tomorrow.
B: Really? Well, good luck! | hope you do well.
2 Bad [uck!
A: lt was very close. I nearly won
-
but in the end, I came second.
B: Oh, bad luck! Stil[, secondi very good, isnt it?
f
[to
take] pot luck
=
to just
choose anything, without knowing which is best
A: We didn't know which fi[m to go and see, so we just picked one and went in.
B: Oh
-
kind of pot luck, you mean?
4
fto
keep your] fingers crossed
=
to hope that someone has good luck
A: I've got a job interview tomorrow
-
| really want to get the job!
B: Well, l'[[ keep my fingers crossed for you.
s
[to]
touch wood
=
if
ll'm/we'rel
lucky
A: You're going on a picnic tomorrow, aren't you?
B: Yes. They say the weather's going to be sunny
-
touch wood!
6 Some peopl e have al l the l uckl
A: My dad's taking me to London tomorrow, so I'm going to miss the test.
e: Rea[[y? Wow! Some people have a[[ the luck! | wish I could miss the test too.
7 by chance
=
not in a planned way
A: So, you met Annie yesterday?
B: Yes I did. I met her in town by chance.
8 supersti ti ous
=
bel i evi ng that some thi ngs bri ng good,/bad l uck
A: Oh no! l ' ve broken the mi rror! That' s goi ng to bri ng me seven years of bad [uck!
B: Oh, don' t be supersti ti ous. l t' s
i ust a mtrror.
3 a cable,/lead + a light bulb 5 an extension lead
6 a switch
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