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Home and Health
1.1 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 1
1.2 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
1.3 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
1.4 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.5 Milestone�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8

Life and World


2.1 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
2.2 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
2.3 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
2.4 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
2.5 Milestone������������������������������������������������������������������������ 17

Everyday Things
3.1 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
3.2 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
3.3 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
3.4 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
3.5 Milestone������������������������������������������������������������������������ 27

Places and Events


4.1 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
4.2 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
4.3 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
4.4 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
4.5 Milestone������������������������������������������������������������������������ 36

Alphabet���������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Index��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 38
1.1 Core Lesson

01 a fence 11 The girl is throwing the ball.


a fence The boy is catching the ball.
a fence The woman is throwing the flowers.
a garden The man is catching the flowers.
a garden He threw the towel.
a swimming pool She caught the towel.
02 Two children are sitting on the fence. 12 He’s going to throw the ball.
This fence is broken. He threw the ball.
He’s eating lunch in the garden. She’s going to catch the orange.
He’s reading the newspaper in the garden. She caught the orange.
This swimming pool is inside.
This swimming pool is outside. 13 Don’t throw the ball in the garden!
Don’t jump over the fence!
03 There is a garden beside the swimming pool. Don’t climb the tree!
The garden is behind the house.
There are flowers beside the fence. 14 This television works.
The swimming pool is behind the fence. This television doesn’t work.
This clock works.
04 I’m climbing the fence. This clock doesn’t work.
The girl is jumping off the fence.
The woman is climbing the ladder. 15 Does this computer work?
The man is jumping off the ladder. No, it doesn’t work.
Do these cameras work?
05 He’s climbing a tree. Yes, they work.
They’re climbing a tree.
I’m going to jump off the bed. 16 The father is repairing his son’s toy.
I jumped off the bed! She’s repairing the fence.
He’s repairing the aeroplane.
06 The girl is jumping. I’m repairing the bicycle.
The horse is jumping over the fence.
The man is throwing the ball. 17 My mobile phone doesn’t work. Please repair it.
The woman is throwing the ball over the tent. Our computer doesn’t work. He’s repairing it.
His toy is broken. His grandfather is repairing it.
07 He’s going to throw the ball. My radio is broken. Can you repair it?
He’s throwing the ball.
He threw the ball. 18 This is easy.
This is difficult.
08 The girl is throwing the ball over the car. This is easy.
The man is jumping over the water. This is difficult.
The boy is throwing the ball over the fence.
19 It’s easy to throw this ball.
09 The girl is climbing onto the table. It’s difficult to throw a suitcase.
The boy is jumping off the table. It’s easy to climb this.
The woman is climbing onto the sailing boat. It’s difficult to climb this.
The boy is jumping off the sailing boat.
20 It’s easy to ski here.
10 The cat is jumping onto the bed. It’s difficult to ski here.
The girl is jumping off the fence. It’s easy to swim here.
The boy is climbing onto the table. It’s difficult to swim here.

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1.1 Continued

21 It’s easy to repair this bicycle. 31 Do you want the red dress?
It’s difficult to repair this computer. No. I want the blue one.
It’s easy to repair this fence. Do you like the brown hat?
It’s difficult to repair this car. No. I like the black one.
Why didn’t you buy this white shirt?
22 It’s easy to do this. Because I like this grey one better.
It’s difficult to do this.
It’s easy to do this. 32 Do you have a passport?
It’s difficult to do this. Yes, I have one.
Would you like a salad?
23 Why did you climb the tree? No, thank you. I have one.
Because I like to eat apples.
Why didn’t you catch the ball? 33 Would you like an apple?
Because I’m too short. No, thank you. I have one.
Do you need to rent a bicycle?
24 Why didn’t you read the book? No, thank you. I have one.
Because it was very difficult to read.
Why didn’t Sue go to the party? 34 Is your son climbing onto that table?
Because she was visiting New York. No, that’s not my son.
That boy looks like your son.
25 One day we will ski like they do. My son is in the swimming pool.
One day I will dance like she does.
One day I will play the guitar like my 35 Does the computer work?
father does. No, it doesn’t work. It’s broken.
One day I will play football like he does. Why didn’t you repair it yesterday?
Because I was repairing my bicycle.
26 It’s difficult to dance like they do. Does your bicycle work now?
It’s difficult to drive like he does. Yes, it does.
It’s difficult to jump like he does.
27 This cake looks like a car.
This napkin looks like a flower.
This looks like a face.
28 The boy looks like his father.
These women look like each other.
The men look like each other.
These girls don’t look like each other.
29 They’re meeting each other at the cinema.
They love each other.
The man and his wife are writing to
each other.
The mother and her daughter are hugging
each other.
30 The two girls are talking to each other.
The men are helping each other.
They work with each other.
They’re dancing with each other.

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1.2 Core Lesson

01 a cooker 10 There are windows in the ceiling.


a cooker The ceiling is white.
a cooker This floor is made of wood.
a dishwasher The rubbish bin is on the floor.
a dishwasher The man is repairing the floor.
a refrigerator They’re repairing their ceiling.
02 The chicken is on the cooker. 11 Please sweep the floor.
The orange juice is in the refrigerator. He’s sweeping the kitchen.
The glasses are in the dishwasher. She’s sweeping near the supermarket.
I’m sweeping the stairs.
03 Cups are dishes.
Bowls are dishes. 12 She will sweep the floor.
Plates are dishes. We’re sweeping the floor.
Glasses are dishes. I swept the floor.
04 Would you like a glass of water? 13 I’m taking out the rubbish.
No, thank you. I have one. Please take out the rubbish.
Do you want a glass of milk? She’s taking out the rubbish.
No. I have one.
14 He’s going to wash up.
05 The glass of orange juice is on the counter. The girl is washing up.
The refrigerator is beside the counter. I washed up.
The dishwasher is under the counter.
15 Please wash up your dishes.
06 The dishes in the sink are dirty. Please wash your face.
The dishes in the dishwasher are clean. Please wash your clothes.
The plates and glasses on the counter are
dirty. 16 Please sweep the stairs.
Please take out the rubbish.
07 The glass is full of milk. Please repair the chair.
The sink is full of dishes. Please wash the clothes.
The dishwasher is empty.
The refrigerator is empty. 17 The man is selling carpets.
The sofa is outside.
08 The rubbish bin smells bad. The red carpet is on the floor.
The clean sheets smell good. There are three people on the sofa.
The rubbish bin is full.
The bowl is empty. 18 The cat is on the sofa and the woman is
beside the sofa.
09 The glass is full. The baby is sitting on the floor and his
The glass is empty. mother is sitting on the sofa.
The rubbish bin is full. The woman is sitting on the sofa and the man
The rubbish bin is empty. is behind the sofa.
19 I’m hoovering the ceiling.
I’m hoovering the carpet.
Please hoover the stairs.
He’s hoovering the sofa.

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1.2 Continued

20 What are you hoovering? 31 What do we have to do today?


I’m hoovering the floor under the sofa. We have to clean the bathroom.
What are you hoovering? I will clean the sink.
I’m hoovering the floor under the carpet. I will clean the bathtub.
Will you clean the toilet?
21 The woman is tidying up the car. Yes. I will clean it after you sweep the floor.
I’m going to tidy up the living room.
The pupil is tidying up the library. 32 Where are you going?
We’re tidying up our bedroom. We’re going to the park.
Did you tidy up your bedroom?
22 Please tidy up the kitchen. Yes. I tidied up my bedroom.
I’m tidying up the kitchen. Did you hoover the floor?
Please tidy up your bedroom. No, I didn’t. I will hoover the floor after
I’m tidying up my bedroom. I come home.
23 The bathtub is full of water.
The bathtub is empty.
The sink is beside the toilet.
The shower is green.
24 The cat is in the sink.
The boy is in the shower.
I’m cleaning the sink.
I’m cleaning the shower.
25 I’m going to take a bath.
The brothers are taking a bath.
The boy took a bath.
26 The girl is going to take a shower.
He’s taking a shower outside.
I took a shower.
27 The woman is taking a bath.
The woman is taking a shower.
I’m going to take a bath.
I’m going to take a shower.
28 The woman is cleaning the floor.
The man is cleaning the toilet.
Please clean the sink.
I’m cleaning the window.
29 They’re cleaning the bathtub.
I’m cleaning the counter.
The boy is cleaning the floor.
30 I took out the rubbish.
Now I have to clean the floor.
I washed up.
Now I have to sweep the floor.

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1.3 Core Lesson

01 This man is strong. 11 I’m practicing the violin inside.


This man is stronger. I’m practicing the guitar outside.
This woman is strong. I’m practicing football inside.
This woman is stronger. I’m practicing football outside.
02 He’s strong. 12 You should take this bus. It’s faster.
He’s not strong. You should drink this. It’s cold outside.
She’s strong. You should listen to this. It’s good.
She’s not strong.
13 I want to eat chocolate but I shouldn’t.
03 Who is stronger? I want to watch television but I should
The woman is stronger than the man. exercise.
Who is stronger? I want to dance but I should sweep the floor.
The man is stronger than the woman. I want to go home early but I should not.
04 The boy is exercising. 14 She should tidy up her bedroom.
The man is not exercising. He’s reading. We should wash the dog.
The girls are not exercising. They’re talking. You shouldn’t buy that. It’s too expensive.
The woman is exercising. You should not wear that. It doesn’t fit.
05 He’s strong because he exercises. 15 Should I wear the black suit or the grey suit?
I exercise on Monday, Wednesday and You should wear the grey suit.
Thursday. Should I wear the blue dress or the black
We exercise on the beach. dress?
You should wear the blue dress.
06 They’re practicing football.
The man is practicing golf in his office. 16 Should I practice?
I’m practicing tennis. Yes, you should practice.
Should I put my violin on the floor?
07 The team from Brazil is wearing yellow. No. You should put your violin on the table.
The team from France is wearing blue.
There are six boys on this team. 17 Someone is at the door.
There are eleven girls on this team. Someone wants to talk to you.
Someone is in the office.
08 The football team is practicing. Someone is in the shower.
The tennis team is practicing.
She’s taking a photograph of the golf team. 18 Someone is practicing the guitar.
Someone is exercising.
09 Which team do you play for? Someone is washing up.
I play for the football team. Someone is in the car.
Why are you practicing today?
Because my football team has a match 19 Someone is buying something.
tomorrow. Someone is taking a photograph.
Someone is making something.
10 The girl is practicing the piano.
The boy is practicing the violin in his 20 We need to find a better place to play
bedroom. football.
The woman is practicing the guitar in We need to find a better place to practice our
the living room. instruments.
The man is practicing the violin in He’s looking for a place to eat.
the theatre. They’re looking for a place to camp.

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1.3 Continued 1.4 Core Lesson

21 This is a good place to swim. 01 two eyes


This is a good place to practice football. an ear
This is a bad place to exercise. a nose
This is a good place to ski. a mouth
22 They’re looking for a place to study. 02 What’s this?
They found a place to study. This is a boy’s leg.
We’re looking for a place to exercise. What’s this?
We found a place to exercise. This is a girl’s arm.
23 Someone wrote me a letter! 03 an arm
He’s looking for something to eat. a leg
One day I will be a famous singer. an eye
an ear
24 Sometimes dogs live inside but sometimes a nose
they live outside. a mouth
Maths is sometimes easy and sometimes
difficult. 04 These are my legs.
Sometimes I take photographs of people and This is my arm.
sometimes I take photographs of animals. These are my eyes.
These are my ears.
25 Sometimes we wear skirts to school and This is my nose.
sometimes we wear trousers. This is my mouth.
We always wear skirts to school.
Sometimes I drink coffee in the morning and 05 She hurt her arm.
sometimes I drink tea. I hurt my nose.
I always drink coffee in the morning. He hurt his eye.
I hurt my leg.
26 Sometimes it’s cold here. Sometimes it’s hot.
It’s always cold here. 06 The boy hurt his knees.
It’s never cold here. I hurt my elbow.
The man’s hands are on his knees.
27 Limes are always sour. The woman’s elbows are on the table.
Chocolate is never sour.
Sugar is always sweet. 07 I need a plaster on my knee.
Pepper is never sweet. He has a plaster on his finger.
She has a plaster on her arm.
28 I always take a shower before I go to work.
I never eat meat. 08 I have plasters on my elbows.
Sometimes he’s hungry and sometimes he’s They have plasters on their knees.
thirsty. He has a plaster on his leg.
Someone is always standing here. She has a plaster on her knee.
We never go skiing in the summer.
Sometimes I leave work early. 09 He’s skiing.
He’s falling.
29 Where do you practise? She’s riding a bicycle.
Sometimes we practise here. Sometimes we She’s falling.
practise at school. He’s riding a horse.
When do you practise here? He’s falling.
We practise here in autumn.
When do you practise at the school?
In winter.
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10 The man is falling off his bicycle. 19 My head hurts.
The man fell off his bicycle. My son’s stomach hurts.
The girl is falling off the fence. The woman’s arm hurts.
The girl fell off the fence. My eyes hurt.
The woman’s nose hurts.
11 I fell off my bicycle. Do you have a plaster? His mouth hurts.
I hurt my elbow. Do you have a plaster?
I’m thirsty. Do you have some water? 20 What’s the matter?
I’m ill. Do you have some medicine? My ear hurts.
What’s the matter?
12 What happened? I’m ill.
I went outside when it was raining.
What happened? 21 What’s the matter?
I was climbing a tree and I fell. My head hurts.
What’s the matter?
13 What happened? I have something in my eye.
I fell and hurt my arm.
What happened? 22 What’s the temperature outside?
When they were skiing they fell and hurt It’s two degrees. You should wear a coat.
their legs. What’s the temperature outside?
It’s thirty degrees. We should go to the beach.
14 What happened?
Mum washed your jumper. 23 What’s the baby’s temperature?
What happened? It’s thirty-seven degrees.
I danced for three hours last night. What’s my temperature?
What happened? It’s thirty-nine degrees.
I went to the beach and it was very sunny.
24 What’s the matter?
15 What happened? His temperature is thirty-nine degrees.
I fell off a horse. I will call the doctor.
What happened? The doctor’s phone number is on the
I jumped off the fence. refrigerator.
16 What happened? 25 She’s taking her medicine with a glass
I fell off my bicycle. of water.
Did you hurt your knee? You have to take your medicine after dinner.
No, I didn’t. I hurt my elbow. Take this medicine with milk.
Would you like a plaster?
Yes, I would. 26 He eats breakfast once a day.
The train departs for Paris twice a day.
17 head Take this medicine twice a day.
head I drink coffee once a day.
head
stomach 27 You should brush your teeth twice a day.
stomach The flight to Barcelona departs once a day.
arm Take this four times a day.
The bus departs six times a day.
18 The boy’s head hurts.
The girl’s stomach hurts. 28 Do you play tennis?
My ear hurts. Yes, I play three times a week.
His nose hurts. Do you take medicine?
Yes, I take this once a day.
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1.4 Continued 1.5 Milestone

29 What’s the matter? 01 Will you bring me the ladder?


My stomach hurts. Yes, I will bring you the ladder.
Your temperature is thirty-eight degrees.
You should take this medicine three times 02 Is it broken?
a week. Yes, it’s broken.

30 Be careful. The floor is wet. 03 Do you need help?


Be careful. A car is coming. No, thank you. I don’t need help.
Be careful. You’re climbing a very tall tree.
04 What’s the matter?
31 Please be careful when you ride your bicycle. My knee hurts.
Please be careful when you’re repairing
the car. 05 What happened?
Please be careful when you drive in the snow. I fell.
Please be careful when you play with 06 Do you need a plaster?
the baby. No, thank you. I don’t need a plaster.
32 Are you going skiing tomorrow? 07 Would you like an apple?
Yes, we’re going tomorrow morning. No, thank you. I have one.
Please be careful!
08 Who is going to live here?
33 Good morning, John. A family from London. They have two
Good morning, Doctor Stone. children.
What’s the matter?
My head hurts. 09 Are you on the same football team?
Yes, we’re on the same football team.
34 What happened?
I fell off a ladder. 10 Are you practicing today?
Take this twice a day. No, we’re not practicing today. We have a
Thank you. match at three o’clock.
Be careful when you’re on a ladder. Goodbye.
Goodbye. 11 Should I hoover the floor?
Yes, you should hoover the floor.
12 Is it working?
No, it’s not working.
13 Should I sweep the floor?
Yes, you should sweep the floor.
14 What time are they coming?
They’re coming at three o’clock.

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2.1 Core Lesson

01 The men won. 10 There are enough pens for everyone.


The woman won. There are not enough chairs for everyone.
The girl won. There is not enough coffee for everyone.
The boy won. There is enough dessert for everyone.
02 The blue car is losing. 11 Are there enough glasses for everyone?
The red car is winning. Yes, there are enough glasses for everyone.
The red team is losing. Are there enough forks for everyone?
The green team is winning. No, there are not enough forks for everyone.
We won!
I lost. 12 This team wears blue.
I play on the team that wears blue.
03 The girl won and the boy lost. The team that wears blue is winning.
They’re happy because they won. The team that wears blue lost.
The man is sad because he lost.
The man in green won. 13 One of these dogs has a red jumper.
He’s playing with the dog that has a
04 No one is eating. red jumper.
Everyone is running. She’s running with the dog that has a
Everyone is talking. red jumper.
No one is playing.
14 The boy is winning.
05 No one is jumping. The boy who won is happy.
Everyone is jumping. The girl is falling.
No one is sitting. The girl who fell hurt her arm.
Everyone is sitting. The man is losing.
The man who lost is sad.
06 There is nothing under the bed.
Everything on the table is blue. 15 This woman teaches art.
There is nothing in the office. The woman who teaches art is talking to
Everything in the sink is dirty. the girl.
The woman who teaches art is buying a
07 There is nothing on the carpet. painting.
There is something on the grass.
Everything is on the floor. 16 Which musician is your friend?
The musician who is playing the guitar is
08 Nothing in this room is new. my friend.
Something in this living room is orange. Which flight are you taking?
Everything in this house is small. I’m taking the flight that departs at five thirty
in the evening.
09 There is nothing in the refrigerator. Everything
is on the counter. 17 I need someone who can repair my
There is nothing on the counter. Everything is dishwasher!
in the refrigerator. He needs someone who can play with him.
There is nothing in the sink. Everything is on They need someone who can climb this tree.
the table. We need someone who can help us buy
There is nothing on the table. Everything is in a house.
the sink.
18 I need someone who speaks English.
I have a lot of friends who sing well.
I need someone who dances well.

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2.1 Continued

19 We work in a room that has windows. 28 Do you know if he’s coming to the museum?
We want to work in a room that has windows. No, I don’t know if he’s coming to the
I have a sister who plays the piano. museum.
I need someone who plays the guitar. Do you know if she plays the piano?
No, I don’t know if she plays the piano.
20 Can I help you?
I’m looking for someone who speaks Chinese. 29 It will probably be sunny today.
Can I help you? It will probably snow tonight.
We’re looking for something that she can It will probably rain tomorrow.
wear to the fancy dress party.
30 The red team won five matches and lost one
21 Do you know his name? match last month.
Yes, his name is John. The red team will probably win this match.
Do you know where we are? The yellow team lost more matches than the
Yes, we’re here. blue team last month.
The yellow team will probably lose this
22 I know how much money I have. match.
I don’t know how many there are.
She knows how much it costs. 31 Which dress will you buy?
No one knows how many fish are in the Although the blue dress fits very well, I will
ocean. probably buy the red dress.
Why?
23 He doesn’t know that they’re in the house. Because the red dress is less expensive.
I don’t know where my keys are.
They don’t know what it is. 32 Are you going to Rome or to Paris?
She doesn’t know that he brought flowers Although we would like to go to Rome, we will
for her. probably go to Paris.
Why are you going to Paris?
24 Do you know who she is? Because we want to go to the art museum
No, I don’t know who she is. in Paris.
Do you know how many people are coming?
Four people are coming. 33 Which team will win?
Although the yellow team plays very well, the
25 He knows that it’s cold outside. blue team will probably win.
The parents don’t know that their children Why?
are watching. Because the blue team is winning now.
They know that their mothers are watching.
34 Which do you like better, summer or winter?
26 They know where they can find fish. Although the weather in summer is sunny, I
She doesn’t know where her car is. like winter better.
They didn’t know that the baby was sleeping. Why do you like winter better?
She knows that the baby is sleeping. Because I like to ski.
27 Do you know if you have enough money? 35 No one brought dessert.
Yes, I have enough money. Do you know if we have enough cake for all
Do you know if the red team is going to lose? the guests?
No, I don’t know if the red team is going We probably don’t have enough. We should
to lose. buy a cake.

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2.2 Core Lesson

01 Egypt is a country on the continent of Africa. 10 Will you marry me?


Italy is a country on the continent of Europe. Yes!
Brazil is a country on the continent of Are you going to marry him?
South America. Yes, I am.
The United States is a country on the When are you getting married?
continent of North America. We’re getting married in July.
Australia is a country and a continent.
China is a country on the continent of Asia. 11 This woman is getting married in Asia.
This animal was born in Australia.
02 This continent is Africa. This man died in Antarctica.
This continent is Europe.
This continent is South America. 12 Congratulations on your new baby!
This continent is North America. Congratulations on your new house!
This continent is Asia. You have our condolences.
This continent is Antarctica. You have my condolences.
This continent is Australia.
13 I’m getting married today.
03 This is a wedding in Africa. Congratulations on your wedding!
This is a wedding in South America. Our child was born yesterday.
This is a wedding in Europe. Congratulations on your new baby!
Last week my father died.
04 This is a funeral in Asia. You have my condolences.
This is a funeral in North America.
This is a funeral in Africa. 14 My grandmother died last month.
You have my condolences.
05 This is a wedding in Asia. My daughter was born at eleven o’clock last
This is a funeral in Europe. night!
This is a funeral in Asia. Congratulations!
This is a wedding in Europe.
15 I hope it’s a toy.
06 This book is about animals in Antarctica. It’s a toy!
She’s watching a film about families in Africa. I hope it’s a toy.
This book is about sailing boats. It’s not a toy. It’s a jumper.
This film is about the history of Asia.
16 I hope I find something.
07 She’s at work but she’s thinking about I found something.
her family. I hope I catch this ball.
He’s thinking about his grandparents. I didn’t catch the ball.
I’m thinking about my wife.
17 I hope it doesn’t rain at my wedding.
08 What are you thinking about? It rained at my wedding.
I’m thinking about the football match I hope I will have a girl.
next week. You have a boy!
What are you thinking about?
I’m thinking about my wedding next month. 18 We hope our team wins.
Our team lost.
09 My grandfather was born in 1901. He hopes she will marry him.
He married my grandmother in 1922. She will marry him!
He lived in France for fifty-two years.
He died in 1983. 19 We’re happy.
They’re afraid.
I’m sad.
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2.2 Continued

20 They are happy because they are playing. 29 How long have you been building this school?
The woman is sad because she is leaving. We have been building this school for a year.
He’s afraid because he has never driven. How long has he been building this?
He’s been building this for a week.
21 The people at this funeral are sad.
The people at this wedding are happy. 30 I finished reading a book last night. Now I
She’s afraid because she’s lost. need a new one.
We finished building this house a month ago.
22 My grandmother got married one hundred Now we live here.
years ago in Africa. He finished cleaning his room ten minutes
I was born fifteen years ago in South America. ago. Now he’s playing with his toys.
I lived in Asia ten years ago.
She was born four days ago in Europe. 31 How long have you been building this house?
We have been building the house for two years.
23 We got married twenty years ago. When will you finish building it?
We have been married for twenty years. We hope we will finish building it before the
This man died three thousand years ago. baby is born.
He’s been dead for three thousand years. Welcome to our new house.
Congratulations!
24 We got married fifty years ago.
People from Europe sailed to North America 32 Her baby will probably be born soon.
five hundred years ago. Their baby has already been born.
I fell off my bicycle two hours ago. They will get married soon.
This man has been dead for many years. They’re already married.
They have been married for twenty-five years.
They have been married for one year. 33 Is it going to rain soon?
No, it’s not going to rain soon.
25 I have been studying music for fifteen years. Eat your vegetables.
He’s been playing golf for ten years. I have already eaten my vegetables!
They have been living in Australia for five
years. 34 Will you finish cleaning the kitchen soon?
We have already finished cleaning the
26 What are you doing? kitchen!
I’m studying English. Will you finish repairing the bridge soon?
How long have you been studying English? We have already finished repairing the bridge.
I have been studying English for seven
months.
27 They’re building a house.
They’re building a football stadium.
They’re building a temple.
They’re building a bridge.
28 They built this hospital in Africa.
They’re building this hospital in
South America.
They will build this hospital in Asia.

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2.3 Core Lesson

01 Europe is north of Africa. 10 The man is walking in the desert.


Australia is east of Africa. This animal lives in the desert.
Antarctica is south of Africa. These flowers are in the rain forest.
South America is west of Africa. The rain forest is beside the beach.
02 China is west of Japan. 11 Where did you take this photograph?
Russia is north of China. I took it in the desert in Mexico.
Italy is east of France. Where did you take this photograph?
Australia is south of Russia. I took it in the rain forest in Brazil.
03 The tree is between the girl and the man. 12 plants
The girl is between the women. plants
The dog is between the people. plants
The empty glass is between the full glasses. animals
animals
04 This is the Pacific Ocean. people
This is the Arctic Ocean.
This is the Atlantic Ocean. 13 Trees are big plants.
This is the Indian Ocean. This is a small plant.
Some plants have flowers.
05 Where is the Atlantic Ocean? Some plants don’t have flowers.
The Atlantic Ocean is between South America
and Africa. 14 Where do these plants grow?
Where is the Indian Ocean? These plants grow in the rain forest.
The Indian Ocean is east of Africa. Where do these plants grow?
Where is the Arctic Ocean? These plants grow in the desert.
The Arctic Ocean is north of all of the
continents. 15 This is an apple tree.
This is a pine tree.
06 The man is sailing on the Atlantic Ocean. This is an orange tree.
This animal is swimming in the Arctic Ocean.
I’m walking beside the Indian Ocean. 16 What’s growing here?
They’re swimming in the Pacific Ocean. Grass.
What’s growing here?
07 Spain is south of France. Pine trees.
Mexico is east of the Pacific Ocean. What’s growing here?
France is between Germany and Spain. Orange trees.
The United Kingdom is north of France.
17 What type of tree is this?
08 First, my flight departed from Mexico. It’s an apple tree.
Then my flight arrived in the United Kingdom. What type of tree is this?
Then I took the train south to France. It’s a pine tree.
Finally, I drove east to Germany.
18 What did he say?
09 My flight will depart from Australia on He said that the train to London is delayed.
Wednesday. What did he say?
It will arrive in Spain on Thursday. He said that you have to take the medicine.
I will stay in Spain for one week.
Finally, I will take the train to Germany.

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2.3 Continued

19 Excuse me, what did you say? 28 This is his house.


I said that I like your shirt. Is this his house?
Excuse me, what did you say? Yes, it’s his.
I said that I need a bigger suitcase. This is her dog.
Is this his dog?
20 What did the teacher say? No, it’s hers.
She said that this plant grows in the
rain forest. 29 Whose sailing boat is this?
What did the doctor say? It’s his.
He said that I should take this medicine Whose hands are these?
twice a day. They’re hers.
What did the police officer say?
He said that the park is west of here. 30 Whose toys are these?
These cars are ours.
21 What did the teacher say? This ball is ours.
He said that the United Kingdom is Whose instruments are these?
in Europe. The drums are mine.
What did the teacher say? The guitar is mine.
She said that Egypt is in Africa.
31 That dog is his.
22 The mother is holding her baby. That dog is hers.
We’re holding a big plant. This dog is mine.
The teacher is holding a laptop. This dog is ours.
They’re holding a map of Spain.
32 I like this house.
23 I’m holding my cat. Thank you! It’s mine. I built it.
The girl is holding flowers. I like this painting.
We’re holding photographs of each other. Thank you! It’s his. I gave it to him.
I like this plant.
24 Can you hold this, please? Thank you! It’s ours. We bought it this
I’m sorry. I can’t hold it. morning.
Can you hold this, please?
Yes, I can hold it. 33 Whose cat is this?
It’s hers!
25 fire No! It’s his!
fire I’m sorry. It’s mine.
fire Is it hungry?
ice Yes, it is.
ice
sand
26 There is a lot of sand in the desert.
There is a lot of sand at the beach.
There is a lot of ice in Antarctica.
There is a fire in the woods.
27 This statue is made of ice.
This looks like fire but it’s made of paper.
This building is made of sand.

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2.4 Core Lesson

01 Camels live in the desert. 10 The white bird is flying.


Whales live in the ocean. The penguin is in the water.
Monkeys live in the rain forest. The whales are swimming.
These ducks are flying.
02 Penguins live in Antarctica.
Tigers live in Asia. 11 This bird is beautiful.
Elephants live in Asia and Africa. These birds are ugly.
This is a beautiful street.
03 The elephant is in the water. This is an ugly street.
The tiger is running.
These penguins are going to swim. 12 My cat is ugly.
The whale is swimming. My dog is ugly.
Someone is riding a camel. Your horses are beautiful.
The monkey is in the tree. My cows are beautiful.
04 a camel 13 This statue is beautiful.
a whale This statue is ugly.
a monkey My dress is beautiful.
a tiger My dress is ugly.
an elephant
a penguin 14 Someone is touching the bird.
Someone is touching the ice.
05 One of these sheep is brown. Someone is touching the book.
These cows are black and white.
These ducks are white. 15 You can touch this plant.
These chickens are brown. You can touch this animal but be careful.
Do you want to touch the horse?
06 a sheep
a cow 16 an insect
a duck an insect
a chicken an insect
a snake
07 This bird is yellow. a snake
This bird is red. a frog
This tiger is big.
This cat is small. 17 It’s dangerous to drink this.
It’s not dangerous to drink this.
08 Penguins are birds. It’s dangerous to touch this snake.
Chickens are birds. It’s not dangerous to touch this snake.
Ducks are birds.
18 Don’t touch that cooker. It’s hot.
09 Penguins can’t fly but they can swim well. Don’t touch that animal. It’s dirty.
These birds are flying north. Don’t touch that frog. It’s dangerous.
These birds can’t fly but they can run
very fast. 19 It’s dangerous to ride this horse.
This duck is flying over the lake. It’s not dangerous to ride these horses.
It’s dangerous to camp here.
It’s not dangerous to camp here.

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2.4 Continued

20 This frog is beautiful but dangerous. Don’t 28 This suitcase is yours.


touch it. These balls are yours.
This frog is ugly but not dangerous. You can Excuse me, is this umbrella yours?
touch it. These coats are yours.
This insect is beautiful and it’s not
dangerous. You can touch it. 29 Is this yours?
This insect is ugly and dangerous. Don’t No, it’s theirs.
touch it. Is this glass mine?
Yes, it’s yours.
21 I hope that we can find a frog. Are these children yours?
I hope that we can ride camels. No, they’re theirs.
It’s dangerous to swim with sharks.
It’s dangerous to touch a tiger! 30 I like those. Yours are bigger than mine.
Yours taste good but hers taste better than
22 He hopes that he can take a good photograph yours.
of the elephants. Look at that car! Theirs is dirtier than ours.
She hopes that she can take a good He’s playing the violin. Look, his is newer
photograph of the penguins. than yours.
They hope that they can take good
photographs of the shark. 31 Your bird is beautiful. Where is it from?
It’s from the rain forest in Africa.
23 He’s not afraid of insects. What happened to it?
The cat is not afraid of the dog. It’s hurt.
He’s afraid of sharks. Can it fly?
They’re afraid of the snake. It can’t fly now but it will be able to in
two weeks.
24 I’m afraid to touch the insect but my dad
says it’s not dangerous.
My mother said that these animals are
from Africa.
I’m afraid to touch the sheep but my teacher
says it’s not dangerous.
My grandad said that these snakes are
from Australia.
25 This monkey is ours.
That duck is theirs.
These chickens are ours.
Those cows are theirs.
26 Are these keys yours?
Yes, they’re ours.
Is that dog yours?
No, it’s theirs.
27 Which glass is mine?
This one is yours.
Which seat is mine?
That one is yours.
Excuse me, is this yours?
Yes, thank you. It’s mine.

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2.5 Milestone

01 Can you repair it? 16 Are there enough cups for everyone?
No, I can’t repair it. Yes, there are enough.
02 Good afternoon. 17 Is that car yours?
Good afternoon. Yes, that car is ours.
03 My name is Will Norton. This is my wife, 18 Can you repair it?
Julia. Yes, I can repair it.
Nice to meet you. My name is Catherine.
What happened? 19 Thank you!
You’re welcome.
04 Our car is not working. Can you help us?
My husband can probably repair it. 20 Is it working?
Yes, it’s working.
05 Is he here?
No, he’s not here. He’s working, but he will
be home soon.
06 Would you like to wait inside?
Yes, thank you.
07 Welcome to our home!
Thank you!
08 Is this your daughter?
Yes, this is our daughter.
09 When was she born?
She was born two months ago.
10 Would you like to hold her?
Yes, I would like to hold her.
11 How long has your family been living here?
My family has been living here for many
years.
12 My grandfather built this house seventy-five
years ago.
It’s a very beautiful house.
13 When were you married?
We were married seven years ago.
14 What are you thinking about?
I’m thinking about our wedding.
15 Would you like to eat lunch with us?
Yes, thank you.

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3.1 Core Lesson

01 He’s sailing with his wife. 09 John! What are you doing in New York?
He’s walking in the park with his girlfriend. I live here now.
She’s shopping with her husband. Do you know my wife Julia?
She’s skiing with her boyfriend. No, I don’t. My name is John.
The husband and wife are tidying their house. Nice to meet you, John.
The man is meeting his girlfriend for Nice to meet you, Julia.
breakfast.
10 Is that her boyfriend?
02 This is my boyfriend, Thomas. Yes, I think that they’re going to get married
Nice to meet you, Thomas. next year.
This is my girlfriend, Rebecca. Do you think that that is his wife?
Nice to meet you, Rebecca. No, he’s not married. She’s his girlfriend.
03 She doesn’t think that her boyfriend 11 They think that maths is interesting.
cooks well. They think that history is boring.
They don’t think that she plays the Her book is very interesting.
guitar well. His book is boring.
He thinks that no one is at home.
I think that my coat is in here. 12 She thinks that this museum is very boring.
He thinks that science is very interesting.
04 I think that my girlfriend is in the library. Books are interesting to him but television
They think that their daughter is sleeping. is boring.
I think that our car is near that restaurant. The match is interesting to the men but it’s
boring to their girlfriends.
05 I think that I can repair this.
I don’t think that it will rain today. 13 This book is interesting.
I think that this is a good place to eat. This film is boring.
I think that it will snow soon. This book is boring.
This film is interesting.
06 Do you think that our team is going to lose?
Yes, I think that we’re going to lose. 14 Do you know Peter?
Do you think that our team is going to win? Yes, I know Peter. He’s one of my pupils.
Yes, I think that we’re going to win. When did you meet him?
I met him three months ago.
07 Do you know my boyfriend, Nicholas?
Yes. We used to work in the same office. 15 How did you and Daniel meet?
Do you know my girlfriend, Maria? We were students at the same university.
No. Nice to meet you, Maria. When did you meet Daniel?
I met him two years ago.
08 This is my friend, Louis. Do you know
each other? 16 When did you and Dad meet?
No, we don’t know each other. We met when he was visiting Rome and I was
My name is Suzanne. working there.
Nice to meet you, Suzanne. Where did you meet?
Nice to meet you, Louis. We met in the cafe where I worked.
17 She began teaching art twenty-five years ago.
She has taught art for twenty-five years.
I met him fifty years ago.
We have known each other for fifty years.

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18 Has your girlfriend read this book? 25 These are the wrong clothes for skiing.
Yes, she has already read it. These are the right clothes for swimming.
Has your boyfriend repaired the dishwasher? This is the wrong ball for playing golf.
No, he has not repaired it. This is the right ball for playing football.
How many books have you read this year? This table is the wrong size for this man.
I have read ten books, and two were very This table is the right size for this girl.
interesting.
26 I think that we’re in the wrong building.
19 I have already tidied my room twice That’s the right building. We need to go there.
this week! This is the right coat for this weather.
My parents have already written me four But that is the wrong hat for this weather.
letters this month.
I have already practiced the piano today. 27 We have a reservation at that new restaurant
No, thank you. I have already eaten tonight.
lunch today. I think that this is the wrong restaurant.
This is the right restaurant.
20 Swimming here is dangerous. These plates are wrong.
Skiing here is not dangerous. Are these plates right?
He likes exercising. Yes, they are. Thank you.
I like dancing more than I like playing golf.
28 If I have enough money, then I will buy this.
21 In the desert drinking a lot of water is If it’s sunny, then I will swim in the ocean.
important. If he catches the ball, then his team will win
Taking your medicine is important. the match.
Washing your hands before you cook is
important. 29 Why is it important to practice?
Arriving at the airport early is important. If you practice, then you will be able to
play well.
22 Why is studying important? Why is it important to study English?
Because you will be able to go to a good If you study English, then you will be able to
university. speak it.
Why is brushing your teeth important?
Because your teeth will be cleaner and whiter. 30 If it’s a ten, then I will win.
Are these papers important? Because it was a seven, I lost.
No, they’re not important. If it snows, we’re going to ski.
Because it snowed, we’re going to ski.
23 I think that maths is interesting and If you tidy your room, then I will play a game
important. with you.
I know that exercising is important but I think Because you tidied your room, we’re going to
it’s boring. play a game.
I know that eating vegetables is important but
I don’t like them. 31 She has some money.
I think that studying English is important and He doesn’t have any money.
interesting. My girlfriend has a lot of hair.
My boyfriend doesn’t have any hair.
24 This is the wrong colour.
This is the right colour. 32 He has not bought any new clothes this year.
That’s the wrong phone number. I have not read any books today.
This is the right phone number. We have not won any matches this autumn.

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3.1 Continued 3.2 Core Lesson

33 Have you eaten your vegetables? 01 He lives in the rain forest.


No, I have not eaten any of my vegetables. They’re on holiday in the rain forest.
Please eat all of them. This man lives in the desert.
Have you met my friends? This family is on holiday in the desert.
No, I have not met any of them.
These are my friends, Emily, Samantha, 02 Is your family going on holiday this summer?
Anthony and Matthew. Yes. We’re going to a beach in Spain.
You speak English well. Do you live here?
34 I can’t find my shoes. No, I’m on holiday.
If you tidy your room, then you will probably
find them. 03 They have dollars but I only have yen.
Do you know where the famous statue is? She’s eating a salad and a sandwich but I’m
If you go to the city centre, then you will only eating a salad.
find it. He has a knife and fork but I only have a fork.
He has four books but I only have three.
35 How did you meet Mum?
I was visiting China and she was living there. 04 I only have one shoe.
Was it interesting to study Chinese? I only need a spoon.
Yes. Your mother helped me study. Did we only bring one towel?
Is it important to study Chinese?
Yes. If you speak Chinese, then you will be 05 I like many types of vegetables but my
able to talk with a lot of people. brother only likes carrots.
My father always wears a watch but my
mother only wears a watch when she
exercises.
When my family goes on holiday, we never go
to the mountains. We only go to the beach.
06 Do you sell vegetables?
No. I only sell fruit.
Do you sell fruit?
No. I only sell vegetables.
07 Dollars are a type of currency.
Euros are a type of currency.
Yen are a type of currency.
08 I only have euros. In Japan I will have to
exchange them for yen.
You can exchange your euros at the airport.
I need pounds but I only have dollars.
You can exchange currency at that bank.
Where can I exchange currency?
You can exchange it at the railway station.
09 Can I exchange euros for dollars here?
Yes, you can exchange euros for dollars.
Can I exchange yen for pounds here?
Yes, you can exchange yen for pounds.

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10 Can you teach me how to exchange euros for 18 Don’t carry the eggs like that.
dollars? Carry them like this.
Yes. First, go to the person standing behind Don’t carry your rucksack like that.
the counter. Carry it like this.
Next, give him five euros.
Then he will give you dollars. 19 You should never ride like this.
I exchanged five euros for seven dollars! You should always ride like that.
Now you can buy me lunch. You shouldn’t repair a bicycle like that.
You should repair it like this.
11 rucksack
rucksack 20 You shouldn’t pack a box like that.
rucksack You should clean a briefcase like this.
briefcase You shouldn’t read a book like that.
briefcase You should clean the floor like this.
Cash machine
21 There is no room in the refrigerator.
12 a rucksack His suitcase is empty. There is a lot of
a briefcase room in it.
a cash machine There is no more room in the box.
currency There is enough room on the bus for
the family.
13 Excuse me. Is there a cash machine near
here? 22 Is there enough room in your rucksack for my
Yes, there is one beside the bank on the dictionary?
next street. No, I’m sorry. There is not. You will have to
Excuse me. Is there a cash machine carry it.
near here? Is there enough room in your suitcase for
I’m sorry. I don’t think that there is. my shoes?
Yes. Put them in.
14 The man is carrying a briefcase.
The pupils are carrying their rucksacks. 23 Is there any room in your rucksack?
The women are carrying wood. Yes, but there is only a little room.
The man is carrying his son. Do you want to go shopping?
Yes, but I only have a little money. I need to
15 Can you carry my briefcase for me? find a cash machine.
I’m sorry. I can’t carry it for you. Can I have some chocolate?
Can you carry this? My rucksack is full. Yes, but you can only have a little.
Yes, I can carry that.
24 Have you had enough cake?
16 The rucksack is empty. No, I would like a little more cake.
She’s putting her books into her rucksack. Would you like more water?
The briefcase is full. Yes, but I would only like a little more water.
He’s taking a pen out of his briefcase.
I’m putting a card into the cash machine. 25 Excuse me. Do you speak English?
I’m taking money out of the cash machine. Yes, but I only speak a little English.
Do you speak Chinese?
17 He’s taking the dishes out of the box. Yes, but I only speak a little Chinese.
He has taken his shirt out of the box.
I have already put my toys into the box.

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3.2 Continued

26 How much does this briefcase cost? 33 It’s polite to bring something to a wedding.
One hundred dollars but it’s on sale. Today it It’s polite to open the door for the people
only costs eighty dollars. behind you.
Are these jeans on sale? It’s polite to bring flowers when you visit
No, these jeans are not on sale. They cost someone in the hospital.
eighty euros. It’s not polite to talk in the cinema.
27 Are these sunglasses on sale? 34 I want to buy something when we’re on
Yes. They were eight hundred yen but now holiday.
they’re only five hundred yen. This statue is too expensive but if it’s on sale,
Is this shirt on sale? I will buy it.
No, this shirt is not on sale. Excuse me. Is this on sale?
I don’t know. I will ask my manager.
28 She’s hungry. Yes, it’s on sale.
If she had a sandwich, she would not be I would like to buy it.
hungry.
It’s boring to sit here. 35 It’s very big. There’s not enough room in my
If I had a book, it would be more interesting. rucksack.
If I had a bigger rucksack, I would be able to
29 They have umbrellas. They’re not wet. carry it.
If they had umbrellas, they would not be wet. I should buy a bigger rucksack.
I have room in my rucksack. I will carry your No. You can put it in my suitcase. I think that
camera. there is enough room in it.
If I had room in my rucksack, I would carry Is there enough room?
your camera. Yes, it fits!
30 If I had a sandwich, I would not be hungry.
If there were a cash machine near here,
I would have cash.
If it rained more, my garden would grow
better.
31 If he had a car, he would not have to walk.
If we had tickets, we would be able to watch
the match.
If she had more money, she would buy her
husband a watch.
If I had more room in my suitcase, I would
put your black dress in it.
32 When someone gives you something, it’s
polite to say “thank you”.
When you’re eating, it’s not polite to talk.
If an older person gets on the bus, it’s polite
to give them your seat.
If you’re in the library, it’s not polite to talk
on the phone.

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3.3 Core Lesson

01 The children are happy because they’re 11 The ball is round.


eating pizza. This house is square.
The pie is on the cooker. This slice of cheese is square.
The man is making a pizza. The clock is round.
My mother’s pies taste very good! This fruit is round.
This slice of bread is square.
02 one third of a pie
one third of a pie 12 What type of watch do you want?
one third of a pie I want a watch like this, but round.
one half of a pie Which painting is yours?
one half of a pie The square one is mine.
a whole pie
13 This plate is round.
03 This is half of a pizza. This is a square plate.
This is a third of a pizza. This cheese is round.
This is a quarter of a pizza. This cheese is square.
This is a whole pizza. This table is round.
This is a square table.
04 They’re going to cut the cake.
She’s cutting the vegetables. 14 This person weighs sixty-five kilograms.
The man cut the pizza. Your baby weighs three kilograms.
Your suitcase weighs ten kilograms.
05 The man cut the orange in half. This dog weighs four kilograms.
The waitress cut the limes into quarters.
The boy cut the pie into thirds. 15 The slice of pie weighs less than the slice of
cheese.
06 She has already drunk a third of the milk. A carrot weighs more than a bean.
Someone ate half of the cake! One slice of cake weighs more than the other
The teacher cut the paper in half. one.
My grandmother cut my apple into quarters The lemon weighs as much as the other one.
for me.
16 This cake costs as much as this pie costs.
07 His girlfriend is eating one half of the orange. This chicken costs more than this pizza costs.
She’s giving her boyfriend the other half. The salads cost less than the sandwiches
I’m playing with this ball. cost.
My friend is playing with the other ball.
17 How much milk do you want?
08 Do you want to cut this pizza? I want as much milk as you have.
No, I want to cut the other one. How many slices of pizza would you like?
Do you want to put your toys in this box? I would like two slices of pizza.
Yes, I want to put them in this one.
18 I would like some cheese.
09 This is a slice of pizza. How much would you like?
This is a whole pizza. I would like half a kilogram, please.
This is a slice of pie. I would like some of that fish.
This is a whole pie. How much would you like?
I would like a kilogram, please.
10 The man is eating a slice of bread.
The woman is holding a whole cake.
The boy is eating a slice of cheese.
The girl is holding a whole pie.

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3.3 Continued

19 The man is measuring the sofa. 27 How wide is this wall?


The woman is measuring the counter. It’s at least four metres wide.
The woman is counting the flowers. Do you think that my son weighs
The girl is counting apples. fifteen kilograms?
No. I think that he weighs at least
20 Have you counted your books? twenty kilograms.
Yes, I have already counted them. I have four
hundred and two. 28 The pen is almost nine centimetres long.
Why are you measuring the wall? The dress costs almost ninety dollars.
Because I want to put a table near this wall. The apple weighs almost as much as
What are you doing? the orange.
I’m counting my sheep. The girl is almost as tall as her brother.
21 I am one and a half metres tall. 29 How tall am I?
This building is twenty metres tall. You’re almost one metre tall!
This wall is four metres long. How long is the whale?
This street is one mile long. It’s almost thirty metres long.
22 How wide is this street? 30 I’m almost tall enough to ride the bicycle.
It’s twenty metres wide. The potatoes weigh almost four kilograms.
How tall is this tree? We have almost enough juice for everyone.
It’s ten metres tall.
How big is this carpet? 31 Please measure the floor.
It’s three metres long by two metres wide. It’s five metres long by four metres wide.
Please measure the wall.
23 How much do the potatoes weigh? It’s three metres tall by four and a
The potatoes weigh five kilograms. half metres wide.
How big is our table?
Our table is one metre long by sixty 32 Measure me, please.
centimetres wide. Stand here.
How tall am I?
24 How tall is this building? You’re one metre tall.
This building is one hundred metres tall.
How tall is this tree? 33 How much do I weigh?
This tree is fifteen metres tall. You weigh at least thirty kilograms.
Weigh me, please.
25 How much will the tickets cost? You weigh almost thirty-five kilograms!
I think they will cost at least ten dollars.
How much were the tickets?
They were twelve dollars.
26 How many oranges are on this tree?
I don’t know but I think there are at
least fifty.
How many plates do we need?
We need at least ten plates.
It’s hot. I think that the temperature is at
least thirty degrees.
Yes, the temperature is thirty-one degrees.

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3.4 Core Lesson

01 a screwdriver 10 The teacher cut the sheet of paper.


a spanner The girl is standing on the scales.
pliers The boy has a pencil and a sheet of paper.
a hammer The doctor is holding a thermometer.
They’re using scissors and tape to repair
02 They’re using hammers. the map.
She’s using a screwdriver. He’s using a ruler to measure the door.
I’m using a spanner.
He’s using pliers. 11 Please get on the scales.
How much do I weigh?
03 The man is using a knife, not a spoon.
You weigh fifty-five kilograms.
The woman is using a hammer, not pliers.
The girl is using a brush, not a toothbrush. 12 How wide is the window?
The boy is using a screwdriver, not a spanner. I used a ruler to measure it and it’s
04 I’m using a screwdriver to repair my glasses. ninety centimetres.
He’s using a spanner to repair the sink. What are you doing outside?
I’m using a hammer to repair the sofa. I’m reading the thermometer.
She’s using pliers to repair her jewellery. 13 a hammer
05 Do you need the pliers or the screwdriver? a nail
Give me the pliers, please. a screwdriver
Do you need the spanner or the hammer? a screw
Give me the hammer, please.
14 She’s buying some screws.
06 a torch He’s looking for the nail.
a torch He has a lot of nails but he needs a hammer.
a torch I have a screw but I need a screwdriver.
a sheet of paper
a sheet of paper 15 Can you help me build this?
scissors Yes, I can.
First, measure this with a ruler.
07 a pencil Next, use a hammer and nails.
a pencil Then, use a screwdriver and screws.
a pencil Finally, put it in the garden!
tape
tape 16 This fish is frozen.
scissors This orange is fresh.
This pizza is frozen.
08 I’m holding a sheet of paper. These limes are fresh.
He’s using scissors to cut the newspaper.
I used tape to repair my glasses. 17 Do you have fresh fish?
I’m writing my name with a pencil. I’m sorry. We only have frozen fish.
The boys are using a torch to read. Do you have fresh vegetables?
Yes. Here they are.
09 These scales are at a supermarket.
These scales are in my bathroom. 18 He’s cutting the tomato.
The pupil is using a ruler to measure a sheet She’s weighing bananas on the scales.
of paper. He’s putting fresh tomatoes on the pizza.
My mother is using a ruler to measure the This animal likes bananas.
window.
This thermometer is outside.
This thermometer is in the boy’s mouth.
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3.4 Continued

19 The banana is rotten. 28 pasta


The tomato is not ripe. pasta
The apples are ripe. pasta
flour
20 Don’t eat those! They’re rotten. flour
We will eat these soon but they’re not a tomato
ripe now.
If you wait a day, the bananas will be ripe. 29 The woman is weighing three hundred
Here are some fresh tomatoes from the grammes of flour.
garden. The boy is adding four hundred millilitres
of water.
21 The tomatoes are not ripe. The man is weighing six hundred grammes
The tomatoes are ripe. of pasta.
The tomatoes are rotten. The girl is adding nine hundred millilitres
The banana is not ripe. of milk.
The banana is ripe.
The banana is rotten. 30 Add four hundred grammes of sugar.
Add two hundred and fifty millilitres of
22 Be careful! The coffee is very hot. cold milk.
I like hot soup. Add five grammes of salt.
I like cold chicken. Add one hundred and twenty millilitres
This water is very cold. of water.
23 The glass of juice is cold. 31 He’s choosing the blue tie.
The tea is hot. She’s choosing pasta for lunch.
The meat is frozen. I’m choosing sandals to wear at the beach.
The orange is rotten. He’s choosing a bicycle to rent.
These tomatoes are fresh.
The banana is ripe. 32 She chose the smallest box for her books.
They’re choosing a film for this evening.
24 She’s adding pepper to the soup. He’s choosing a suit for his wedding.
I’m adding sugar to my tea. She chose to buy pasta.
He’s baking bread.
I’m baking a pie. 33 I’m cooking pasta.
We’re choosing some music.
25 I baked you a cake for your birthday. They’re eating pasta for dinner.
I have already added sugar! I’m choosing the red shoes.
Add a little salt to the soup.
We’re baking a pie. 34 Can you teach me how to make a cake?
Yes. First, weigh four hundred grammes of
26 The cake is baking in the oven. flour and three hundred grammes of sugar.
The man is putting the pizza in the oven. Next, add one hundred and twenty millilitres
The girl is putting the pie in the oven. of milk and two eggs.
The pizza is baking in the oven. Then, add one hundred and fifty grammes of
butter and one gramme of salt.
27 We’re baking bread. Finally, bake the cake in the oven for one
She’s adding sugar to her hot tea. hour at three hundred and fifty degrees.
He’s baking a pizza in the oven. It tastes good!

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3.5 Milestone 4.1 Core Lesson

01 Hello. 01 India is in Asia.


Hello. This is an Indian woman.
Mexico is in North America.
02 How are you? This is a Mexican man.
I’m fine, thanks. Japan is in Asia.
This girl is Japanese.
03 Have you met my son, Johann?
Yes, I have met your son. How are you, 02 an American hat
Johann? Italian pasta
a German car
04 You’re speaking English well. Have you been Mexican jewellery
studying?
Yes, we have been studying. 03 Russian toys
an Egyptian statue
05 I hope that you like living here this autumn! Indian clothes
Thank you. an American car
06 I think this house is interesting. 04 a French dessert
I don’t. I think this house is boring. Chinese paintings
07 Where did you find that? a Japanese mountain
In my bedroom. a Russian church

08 What do you think this key is for? 05 an American restaurant


I don’t know. We should look. an Indian temple
a Japanese restaurant
09 Is this the right door? a Russian church
No, this is not the right door. Egyptian clothes
Chinese clothes
10 Is there something in that box?
No, there is nothing in this box. 06 He’s cooking German food.
I bought some Italian food.
11 Is there enough space in there for us? The Egyptian food is on the table.
Yes, there is enough space for us. They’re going to eat Mexican food.
12 Do you have a torch? 07 What did you bring to the party?
Yes, I have a torch. I brought French food.
What did you bring?
13 Is this insect dangerous? I brought Chinese food.
No, this insect is not dangerous.
08 Did you bring the French food?
14 Does the key fit? Yes, I brought the French food.
Yes, the key fits! Did you bring the Chinese food?
Yes, I brought the Chinese food.
09 What types of food do you like?
I like Italian food and German food.
German food tastes good, but I like Italian
food better.
We can go to this Italian restaurant for dinner.

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4.1 Continued

10 soldiers 19 The Prime Minister of India is speaking with


soldiers the soldier.
soldiers The American president lives here.
a queen The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is
a queen arriving in Germany.
a king The Mexican president is answering
questions.
11 The soldier is meeting the queen.
She’s the queen of the United Kingdom. 20 The American flag is in front of the building.
A king sits here. The old man is carrying a Mexican flag.
A king wears this. Everyone is holding German flags.
A French king lived here. There are many flags in this building.
The soldier is writing a letter to his family.
21 The Mexicans are dancing.
12 He was a soldier forty years ago. The Germans are watching the match.
These soldiers are climbing. The Russians are voting for a president.
These soldiers are running. The Americans are carrying flags.
The soldier is talking to the child. The Italians are playing football.
He wants the French to win the match.
13 This is a statue of a Chinese soldier.
This is a statue of an Egyptian king. 22 Where are you going?
This is a painting of a soldier. I’m going to vote.
This is a painting of a queen. Who are you going to vote for?
I’m going to vote for the president.
14 The adults are voting.
Someone is voting. 23 The Indian prime minister is meeting the
The pupils are voting. American president.
No one is voting now. I want to be president one day.
The Russian prime minister is visiting a school.
15 They’re waiting in a queue to vote.
He’s voting. 24 How long have people been voting today?
She has voted. They have been voting for seven hours.
Do you think Mr Jones will win?
16 There’s an election today. People are voting. Yes, I think Mr Jones will win. I voted for him.
Most of the people have voted for him. I think
he will win the election. 25 They’re sending each other emails on the
The election has ended. Everyone has Internet.
finished voting. She’s making a hotel reservation on the
Internet.
17 The election was yesterday. He’s buying something on the Internet.
He lost the election. I’m reading a magazine about India.
He won the election. They’re reading a magazine.
She’s buying a magazine.
18 Last month he won the election.
Now he’s president. 26 What are you watching?
Next month he will visit Europe. I’m watching the news.
There he will meet the Prime Minister of the What’s on the news tonight?
United Kingdom. They talked about the election and now
they’re talking about the weather.
Did they say who won the football match?
No, but they will soon.

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4.2 Core Lesson

27 She’s reading the news in a magazine. 01 This sign is in many languages.


I’m reading the news on the Internet. This book is in two languages.
There is important news in the newspaper This is an ancient language.
today!
02 How many languages do you speak?
28 Is there any news about the election? I speak three languages: English, Spanish,
Many people are waiting in the queue to vote. and Russian.
Is there any news about the match? What language is he speaking?
The Brazilians won. He’s speaking Chinese.
29 The men are watching the match on 03 I didn’t understand what he said. What
television. language is he speaking?
The woman is watching the news on He’s speaking Spanish.
television. Do you understand what he’s saying?
The children are watching an interesting film I can only understand part of what
on television. he’s saying.
30 We’re listening to the news on the radio. 04 What’s this called in English?
They’re watching the news on television. In English this is called a table.
I’m reading the news on the Internet. What’s this called in English?
She’s reading the news in a magazine. In English this is called a frog.
31 Did you read the news about the Australian 05 What’s this called in English?
election? In English this is called a sock.
No, what happened? What’s this called in English?
Mr Smith won. In English this is called a spoon.
Did you read the news about the queen? What’s this called in English?
No, what happened? In English this is called a book.
She’s visiting India.
06 These men work for the same company.
32 Who is on television? These women work for different companies.
The prime minister is on television. The phone number for this company
What’s on television? is 555-1234.
The match is on television.
What’s on television? 07 Our company bought this building.
The weather is on television. There is a party at the company.
The news about this company is good.
33 What’s in the news today?
The king got married. 08 What company do you work for?
What’s in the news today? I work for a company called Wheeler
The queen visited a hospital. and Sons.
What’s in the news today? How many years have you worked there?
The French president met the king of Spain. I have worked for the company for
twelve years.
09 They want to be businessmen.
His mother is a businesswoman.
Her father is a businessman.
His wife is a businesswoman.

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4.2 Continued

10 The Egyptian businessman is drinking tea. 19 Antarctica was discovered in 1820.


The Chinese businessmen and This temple was discovered in Mexico.
businesswomen are talking on the phone. These statues were discovered on an island.
The French businesswoman has a laptop. This city was discovered in South America.
The American businesswomen are meeting at
the office. 20 These ancient statues were discovered
in 1974.
11 I’m a businessman. I’m also a father. This cake was baked for our wedding.
This man is a musician. He’s also a teacher. This car was only driven twice.
She’s a businesswoman. She’s also a mother. This book was written in 1985.
12 This is a country. It’s also a continent. 21 This photograph was taken in 1961.
I’m a mother. I’m also a daughter. This church was built in 1250.
This man is exercising. He’s also watching She was born in Beijing in 1950.
television.
22 This statue was made in ancient Rome.
13 You play the guitar very well. Do you play This book was written in 1920.
other instruments? These skis were returned this morning.
Yes, I also play the piano.
You speak English and Russian. Do you speak 23 The ball was caught!
other languages? Who caught the ball?
Yes, I also speak Spanish. John Wilson caught the ball.
This photograph was taken in 1923.
14 Do you have a dog? Who took this?
Yes, I have a dog. I also have a cat. My grandmother took this photograph.
What do you need to do before dinner?
I need to cook the pasta. I also have to make 24 The people agree about who to vote for.
a salad. The people disagree about who to vote for.
The boyfriend and girlfriend agree about
15 When was this photograph taken? which film to watch.
This photograph was taken last winter. The brother and sister disagree about
Who took this photograph? who won.
My brother took it. They disagree about which colour to use.
The men agree with each other about which
16 My mother is making a cake. car is best.
This cake was made this morning.
These people are building a house. 25 I think that this is his best painting.
This house was built last year. I disagree. I think that this is his best painting.
I think that our team will win.
17 Where is Spanish spoken? I disagree. I think that our team will win.
Spanish is spoken in Spain, Mexico, and
most of South America. 26 Who are you voting for?
When was this mosque built? I’m voting for Louise Parker.
This mosque was built in 1287. Why are you voting for her?
I agree with her.
18 When was this book written?
It was written in 1998. 27 I voted for Steve Dodd.
Who wrote it? I didn’t vote for him.
Jane Taylor wrote it. Why not?
I disagree with what he said on television
last week.

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4.3 Core Lesson

28 The party begins at seven thirty. 01 There are too many people on the
Really? I thought it began at eight thirty. underground.
We’re going to be late. There are not enough chairs for all the
Her birthday was yesterday. children.
Really? I thought it was today. I have too many books to carry.
I should call her now. There are not enough computers for the
children.
29 Did you know that I speak Arabic?
Really? I didn’t know that. 02 There are too many people on this bus.
Yes. When I was a child, I lived in Egypt. There are too many fish.
This is my wife, Lynn. She’s a musician. There are too many cars on this street.
Really? That’s very interesting.
I’m also a musician. 03 We can’t swim here. There is not
enough water.
30 I’m getting married. We can’t drive here. There is too much snow.
Really? Congratulations! I ate too much cake. I don’t want to play
I won! football.
Really? Congratulations! We can’t drive very far. There is not
Our baby was born yesterday. enough petrol.
Really? Congratulations!
04 I didn’t eat enough. I’m hungry.
31 Did you know that the Rosetta Stone was I ate enough. I’m fine.
found in 1799? My stomach hurts because I ate too
Really? I didn’t know that. much dessert.
Yes. It was discovered in Egypt by a French
soldier but now it’s in a museum in the 05 There are too many cars here. I can’t
United Kingdom. find mine!
You watch too much television. Maybe you
should read a book.
You made too much pasta. We can’t eat it all.
I don’t have enough eggs to make a cake.
Would you go to the supermarket?
There are too many people in the room.
There are not enough glasses.
06 Can I take a photograph of you?
Okay. Where do you want me to sit?
Do you want to go to a restaurant?
Okay. Meet me at eight this evening.
07 This is a very beautiful painting.
How much does it cost?
It costs three hundred dollars.
That is too much money. Would you sell it
for less?
I can sell it to you for two hundred and
eighty dollars.
Okay. I will buy it.

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4.3 Continued

08 Your boyfriend called. He wants you to call 17 The women are learning about the painting.
him tonight. These children are learning about the animal.
Okay. I will call him. His daughter is learning about Brazil.
Your sister called. She wants you to call her
at four o’clock. 18 Her grandmother is learning how to use the
Okay. I will call her. computer.
The girl is learning how to bake a cake.
09 She has a violin. The baby is learning how to walk.
She forgot her violin. The girl is learning how to swim.
He has a hat.
He forgot his hat. 19 What are you learning about in school?
I’m learning about the United Kingdom.
10 She forgot to bring an umbrella. Are you learning how to speak English?
She forgot her book. Yes, I’m learning how to speak English.
You forgot your sock!
You forgot your lunch! 20 Would you like to learn how to use a
computer?
11 He forgot his keys. Yes, I would like to learn how to use a
He remembered his keys. computer.
She forgot her coffee. Would you like to learn how to swim?
She remembered her coffee. Yes, I would like to learn how to swim.
12 Do you remember Maria’s address? 21 We have been watching the news since nine
No, I’m sorry. I have forgotten it. o’clock.
Do you remember her phone number? I have been practicing since three o’clock.
Yes. It’s 555-2468. She has written for this magazine
since 1992.
13 Do you remember when we lived here? They have lived in this house since 1975.
No, I don’t remember when we lived there. I
was a baby. 22 How long has she been the queen?
I have forgotten where we bought this. She has been the queen since 1952.
Don’t you remember? We bought this in How long have you been waiting here?
Germany. I have been waiting here since twelve o’clock.
14 Frank! I’m Alex. Do you remember me? 23 I have lived in Japan since I was a baby.
Yes, I remember you! This is my wife Jennifer. My wife and I have been married for
Nice to meet you, Jennifer. Frank and I were thirty-five years.
friends at university. I have not watched this film since I was
He has talked about you. Nice to meet a child!
you, Alex. We were born in India but we have lived in
the United Kingdom for three years.
15 Did you remember to vote this morning?
No, I forgot. 24 Have you ever been to northern Italy?
Don’t forget to vote today! No, I have never been to northern Italy.
Okay. I will vote after work. Have you?
Yes, I have been to northern Italy, but not
16 What are you learning about in school? since 1982.
We’re learning about animals that live in
the ocean.
Is it interesting?
Yes. I think that whales and sharks are very
interesting.
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25 They’re learning about southern Africa. 34 Did you bring your book, Tom?
She’s teaching them about western Africa. I’m sorry. I forgot it again!
They’re learning about eastern Africa. Please remember to bring it tomorrow.
She’s teaching them about northern Africa. Okay. I will remember it.
26 I live in southern Italy. 35 Would you like to go with me to a French
We’re visiting eastern China. restaurant on Friday?
She lives in the western United States. I’m sorry, I can’t. I’m eating dinner with
These animals live in northern Russia. my grandmother on Friday.
Are you free on Saturday?
27 Have you ever eaten Indian food? Yes, I’m free.
No, I never have. Do you want to watch a film?
Have you ever eaten Indian food? Okay! I will meet you here at one on
Yes, I have. I liked it very much. Saturday afternoon.
28 Have you ever been to Russia?
Yes. I used to live in Moscow.
Really? I used to live in Moscow!
I have never been to Russia, but I want to
visit one day.
29 I have to cook dinner again.
I have to clean the floor again.
I have to wash up again.
30 Last week my bicycle didn’t work.
My husband used a spanner and pliers to
repair it.
Today my bicycle is broken again.
I think I will buy a new bicycle.
31 Did you win?
Yes, we won again!
Where is your book?
I forgot it again.
32 Did you understand what I said?
No. Can you say it again, please?
Have you ever been to China?
Yes. I went last year, and I’m going again
next month.
33 When will you arrive in New York?
I don’t know. My flight is delayed again.
Did you practice this morning?
Yes, and we’re practicing again this afternoon
for our match tomorrow.
Would you like to ride this again?
Yes! We should ride it again!

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4.4 Core Lesson

01 No one in the office is celebrating. 09 My son has been a soldier since he was
The women are celebrating. eighteen years old.
The businessmen are celebrating. Some people are celebrating during the match.
The boys are not celebrating. He has not worn a suit since 1975.
02 They’re celebrating because they have won 10 Do I have to go to school?
the match. Yes. Today is not a holiday.
They’re celebrating because it’s his birthday. Do I have to go to school?
They’re celebrating because they have No. Today is a holiday.
finished university.
They’re celebrating because they have been 11 In this parade they’re playing music.
married for forty years. In this parade the women are dancing.
In this parade the women are carrying fruit
03 She’s sleeping during the film because on their heads.
she’s tired.
We ate during the match. 12 Why is there a parade today?
They took photographs during the concert. Because we’re celebrating the Chinese
He read a magazine during the flight. New Year.
Why is there a parade today?
04 Last year I went on holiday to southern Italy Because our football team has won all of
for a month. its matches!
During that holiday, I visited a lot of churches
and museums. 13 These are Hindu statues.
I went to Paris on business last week. This is a Christian church.
During the four days I was there, I met many They’re visiting a Buddhist temple.
businessmen and businesswomen.
14 The Jewish man is singing to his son.
05 Are you here on holiday? This Muslim man is in the mosque.
No, I’m here on business. They’re celebrating a Hindu holiday.
Did you go to Australia on business? They’re celebrating a Buddhist holiday.
No. I was there on holiday.
15 When is this Jewish holiday celebrated?
06 She’s in this city on holiday. This Jewish holiday is celebrated in the
She’s in this city on business. spring.
They’re going to Mexico on holiday. When is this Muslim holiday celebrated?
They’re going to Mexico on business. This Muslim holiday is celebrated in the
autumn.
07 Why aren’t you at school?
The school is closed. Today is a holiday. 16 This is a Christian wedding.
Why are you going to the park today? This is a Jewish wedding.
Today is a holiday. This is a Hindu wedding.

08 On this holiday people go to fancy dress 17 Why are you celebrating?


parties. Because today is a Christian holiday.
Mexicans celebrate this holiday in November. Why are you celebrating?
On this holiday people celebrate the My son and his girlfriend are going to
New Year. get married!

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18 What are you reading? 25 Are you ready to go to the match?
I’m reading about Jewish holidays. Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go!
Why are you reading about Jewish holidays? Are you ready to go to the theatre?
Because I’m going to have dinner with a Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go!
Jewish family.
26 Hi! Welcome home! How are you?
19 The musicians are ready to play. I’m fine.
The singer is not ready to sing. How was your holiday?
Are you ready to eat dinner? It was very good.
The men are ready to run.
The man is almost ready to go to work, but 27 Where did you go?
his wife is not. I went to northern Japan and India.
Are you ready to ride your horse? What did you see in Japan?
During the winter in this city, the Japanese
20 It’s time to go to the wedding. Are you ready build very big houses out of snow.
to go? Really? They’re beautiful. Did you like
No, I’m not ready to go. I will be ready soon. the food?
I’m ready to go to the parade. Is it time to go? Yes. The fish was very good.
Yes, it’s time to go.
28 After I left Japan, I went to India.
21 It’s time to go to the party. Are you ready? The taxis look very different from the
I’m almost ready. I will be ready in five ones here.
minutes. People like to dance and sing during
Okay. I will wait for you outside. Indian holidays.
It’s time to go the railway station. Are you My friend Joel rode an elephant in the city!
ready? We also saw a temple in a lake.
I’m almost ready. I have not finished packing We ate lunch with a Hindu family.
my suitcase.
Okay, but we need to go soon. 29 What did you like most about your holiday?
I met a lot of interesting people.
22 Let’s go to the park. I liked the hot Indian food.
Okay. I saw some beautiful mountains.
Let’s go to Russia next month.
Okay! We can visit Moscow. 30 Your photographs are beautiful.
Are you ready to go to the theatre? Did you know that I’m going to the
Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go! United Kingdom?
Really? Are you going on business?
23 Let’s go to the zoo. No. I’m going on holiday.
Okay. We can go this afternoon. When are you going?
Are you ready to go to the railway station? I’m going next month.
Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go!
Are you ready to go to the park? 31 I have studied English for three months.
Yes. Let’s go. I have my passport.
I have finished packing my suitcase.
24 Is it time to go to the parade? Are you ready?
Yes. Let’s go to the parade! Yes, I’m ready.
Are you ready to go to the restaurant? Let’s go!
Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go.

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4.5 Milestone

01 Are you ready? 15 How much do the flags cost?


No, but I’m almost ready. The flags cost two pounds.
02 Hello. 16 Can you sell one for less?
Hello. I don’t know if I can sell one for less.
03 Are you here to celebrate the New Year? 17 I can sell two flags for two pounds. Will you
Yes, we’re here to celebrate the New Year. buy two?
Yes, I will buy two.
04 Are you from the United Kingdom?
Yes, we are from the United Kingdom but we 18 Thank you.
live in a different city. You’re welcome.
05 Are you also British? 19 Are you ready to go?
No, we’re here on holiday. Yes, I’m ready. Let’s go!
06 You speak English very well!
Thank you.
07 How many languages do you speak?
Three: English, Italian, and a little Chinese.
08 Do you remember that king’s wedding?
Yes, I remember that king’s wedding. It was
beautiful!
09 What’s on television?
The king’s wedding is on television.
10 Yes, I remember. This is when men first
walked on the... on the... what’s it called in
English?
In English it’s called the “moon”.
11 Did you know that I saw a parade with the
Americans who walked on the moon?
Really? I didn’t know that!
12 When did you see it?
I saw it in 1973 when I was on holiday in the
United States.
13 Are you watching the news?
Yes, we’re watching the news.
14 Did the red team win?
Yes, the red team won.

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Alphabet
A a
B b
C c
D d
E e
F f
G g
H h
I i
J j
K k
L l
M m
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Index
In this index, each word is followed by the Unit and Lesson in which
it occurs. The number of times that the word appears in the lesson is
enclosed in parentheses.

En este índice, a cada palabra le sigue la Unidad y la Lección en que


aparece. Entre paréntesis se encuentra el número de veces que aparece la
palabra en cada lección.

Dans cet index, chaque mot est suivi de la Partie et de la Leçon


correspondantes. Le nombre de fois où le mot apparaît dans chaque leçon
est indiqué entre parenthèses.

In diesem Index steht nach jedem Wort der Teil mit der Lektion, in der das
Wort vorkommt. In Klammern wird angegeben, wie oft ein Wort in einer
Lektion auftritt.

In questo indice, ogni parola è seguita dall’Unità e dalla Lezione


corrispondente. Il numero di volte che la parola appare in ogni lezione
è indicato in parentesi.

Neste índice, cada palavra encontra-se seguida pela Unidade e o Capítulo


em que aparece. O número de vezes em que a palavra aparece em cada
capítulo encontra-se em parênteses.

Каждое слово, находящееся в этом указателе, сопровождается


сноской на раздел и урок, в которых это слово встречается. В
скобках указано, сколько раз данное слово упомянуто в уроке.

‫توضح األرقام‬
ّ .‫إن ُكل كلم ٍة في هذا الفهرس تليها الوحدة و الدرس الذي وردت فيهما‬
ّ
‫بين األقواس عدد المرات التي وردت فيها هذه الكلمة في الدرس‬.
a 1.1 (16), 1.2 (18), 1.3 (18), 1.4 (37), apples 1.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
1.5 (4), 2.1 (10), 2.2 (31), 2.3 (12), Arabic 4.2 (1)
2.4 (18), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (37), Arctic 2.3 (4)
3.3 (29), 3.4 (50), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (30), are 1.1 (6), 1.2 (14), 1.3 (5), 1.4 (6),
4.2 (25), 4.3 (17), 4.4 (23), 4.5 (3) 1.5 (3), 2.1 (17), 2.2 (8), 2.3 (7),
able 2.4 (1), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (2) 2.4 (22), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (8),
about 2.2 (11), 2.5 (2), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (7), 3.3 (5), 3.4 (12), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (17),
4.3 (12), 4.4 (3) 4.2 (5), 4.3 (16), 4.4 (32), 4.5 (7)
add 3.4 (7) aren’t 4.4 (1)
added 3.4 (1) arm 1.4 (8), 2.1 (1)
adding 3.4 (5) arrive 2.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
address 4.3 (1) arrived 2.3 (1)
adults 4.1 (1) arriving 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
aeroplane 1.1 (1) art 2.1 (4), 3.1 (2)
afraid 2.2 (3), 2.4 (6) as 3.3 (5)
Africa 2.2 (7), 2.3 (7), 2.4 (3), 4.3 (4) Asia 2.2 (9), 2.4 (2), 4.1 (2)
after 1.2 (2), 1.4 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) ask 3.2 (1)
afternoon 2.5 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) at 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (1),
again 4.3 (13) 2.2 (6), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (4),
ago 2.2 (11), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (1) 3.2 (3), 3.3 (7), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (4),
agree 4.2 (4) 4.3 (4), 4.4 (1)
airport 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1) ate 3.3 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2)
Alex 4.3 (2) Atlantic Ocean 2.3 (4)
all 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (2), Australia 2.2 (4), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
4.4 (1) Australian 4.1 (1)
almost 3.3 (10), 4.4 (3), 4.5 (1) autumn 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1)
already 2.2 (5), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), baby 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (5),
3.4 (1) 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3)
also 4.2 (11), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1) baby’s 1.4 (1)
although 2.1 (4) bad 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1)
always 1.3 (7), 3.2 (2) bake 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
am 2.2 (1), 3.3 (3) baked 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
American 4.1 (6), 4.2 (1) baking 3.4 (7)
Americans 4.1 (1), 4.5 (1) ball 1.1 (14), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (3),
an 1.1 (1), 1.4 (4), 1.5 (1), 2.3 (3), 3.3 (3), 4.2 (3)
2.4 (5), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (9), 4.2 (2), balls 2.4 (1)
4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) banana 3.4 (5)
ancient 4.2 (3) bananas 3.4 (3)
and 1.1 (2), 1.2 (4), 1.3 (6), 1.4 (4), bank 3.2 (2)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (4), Barcelona 1.4 (1)
3.1 (10), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (11), bath 1.2 (5)
4.1 (2), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (5), bathroom 1.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
4.5 (1) bathtub 1.2 (4)
animal 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.4 (1), be 1.3 (1), 1.4 (9), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1),
4.3 (1) 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (6),
animals 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (2)
4.3 (2) beach 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (2),
answering 4.1 (1) 3.4 (1)
Antarctica 2.2 (3), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 4.2 (1) bean 3.3 (1)
Anthony 3.1 (1) beautiful 2.4 (9), 2.5 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (3), 4.5 (1)
any 3.1 (7), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2) because 1.1 (6), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (6), 2.2 (4),
apple 1.1 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.3 (2), 3.3 (2) 3.1 (5), 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (9)

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bed 1.1 (3), 2.1 (1) brother 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2)
bedroom 1.2 (5), 1.3 (2), 3.5 (1) brothers 1.2 (1)
been 2.2 (17), 2.5 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (2), brought 2.1 (2), 4.1 (4)
4.3 (13), 4.4 (2) brown 1.1 (1), 2.4 (2)
before 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) brush 1.4 (1), 3.4 (1)
began 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) brushing 3.1 (1)
begins 4.2 (1) Buddhist 4.4 (2)
behind 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 3.2 (2) build 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
Beijing 4.2 (1) building 2.2 (14), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (3),
beside 1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (1) 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
best 4.2 (3) built 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 4.2 (4)
better 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.4 (1), bus 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) business 4.4 (6)
between 2.3 (6) businessman 4.2 (3)
bicycle 1.1 (5), 1.4 (6), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (1), businessmen 4.2 (2), 4.4 (2)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (3) businesswoman 4.2 (4)
big 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), businesswomen 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
4.4 (1) but 1.3 (5), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (9),
bigger 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (2) 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (16), 3.3 (2),
bin 1.2 (5) 3.4 (3), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3),
bird 2.4 (6) 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2)
birds 2.4 (6) butter 3.4 (1)
birthday 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) buy 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 3.1 (1),
black 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1) 3.2 (6), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (2)
blue 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (10), 3.4 (1) buying 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
boat 1.1 (2), 2.3 (1) by 3.3 (4), 4.2 (1)
boats 2.2 (1) cafe 3.1 (1)
book 1.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (5), cake 1.1 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (5),
3.2 (2), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (4) 3.4 (4), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (3)
books 3.1 (4), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), call 1.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (4)
4.3 (1) called 4.2 (11), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (2)
boring 3.1 (8), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1) camel 2.4 (2)
born 2.2 (9), 2.5 (2), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) camels 2.4 (2)
bought 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), camera 3.2 (2)
4.3 (2) cameras 1.1 (1)
bowl 1.2 (1) camp 1.3 (1), 2.4 (2)
bowls 1.2 (1) can 1.1 (1), 2.1 (8), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (12),
box 3.2 (5), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2) 2.5 (5), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (16), 3.4 (3),
boy 1.1 (7), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2),
2.1 (4), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3) 4.5 (3)
boy’s 1.4 (2), 3.4 (1) can’t 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1),
boyfriend 3.1 (7), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) 3.2 (1), 4.3 (6)
boys 1.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1) car 1.1 (3), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2),
Brazil 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.3 (1) 2.1 (3), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (1),
Brazilians 4.1 (1) 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
bread 3.3 (2), 3.4 (2) card 3.2 (1)
breakfast 1.4 (1), 3.1 (1) careful 1.4 (9), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1)
bridge 2.2 (3) carpet 1.2 (3), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
briefcase 3.2 (9) carpets 1.2 (1)
bring 1.5 (2), 3.2 (3), 4.1 (4), 4.3 (3) carrot 3.3 (1)
British 4.5 (1) carrots 3.2 (1)
broken 1.1 (4), 1.5 (2), 4.3 (1) carry 3.2 (12), 4.3 (1)

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carrying 3.2 (4), 4.1 (2), 4.4 (1) company 4.2 (8)
cars 2.3 (1), 4.3 (2) computer 1.1 (4), 4.3 (3)
cash 3.2 (8) computers 4.3 (1)
cat 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (3), concert 4.4 (1)
4.2 (1) condolences 2.2 (4)
catch 1.1 (2), 2.2 (2) congratulations 2.2 (6), 4.2 (3)
catches 3.1 (1) continent 2.2 (13), 4.2 (1)
catching 1.1 (2) continents 2.3 (1)
Catherine 2.5 (1) cook 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
caught 1.1 (2), 4.2 (3) cooker 1.2 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
ceiling 1.2 (4) cooking 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
celebrate 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2) cooks 3.1 (1)
celebrated 4.4 (4) cost 3.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
celebrating 4.4 (14) costs 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.3 (1)
centimetres 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1) counted 3.3 (2)
centre 3.1 (1) counter 1.2 (5), 2.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
chair 1.2 (1) counting 3.3 (3)
chairs 2.1 (1), 4.3 (1) country 2.2 (6), 4.2 (1)
cheese 3.3 (6) cow 2.4 (1)
chicken 1.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) cows 2.4 (3)
chickens 2.4 (3) cups 1.2 (1), 2.5 (1)
child 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) currency 3.2 (6)
children 1.1 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), cut 3.3 (9), 3.4 (2)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (3) cutting 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
China 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (2) dad 2.4 (1)
Chinese 2.1 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (6), Dad 3.1 (1)
4.2 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1) dance 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
chocolate 1.3 (2), 3.2 (1) danced 1.4 (1)
choosing 3.4 (8) dances 2.1 (1)
chose 3.4 (2) dancing 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
Christian 4.4 (3) dangerous 2.4 (17), 3.1 (2), 3.5 (2)
church 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) Daniel 3.1 (2)
churches 4.4 (1) daughter 1.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1),
cinema 1.1 (1), 3.2 (1) 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
city 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (1) day 1.1 (4), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (10), 2.3 (1),
clean 1.2 (9), 3.2 (2), 4.3 (1) 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
cleaner 3.1 (1) days 2.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
cleaning 1.2 (8), 2.2 (3) dead 2.2 (2)
climb 1.1 (4), 2.1 (1) degrees 1.4 (6), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1)
climbing 1.1 (8), 1.4 (2), 4.1 (1) delayed 2.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
clock 1.1 (2), 3.3 (1) depart 2.3 (1)
closed 4.4 (1) departed 2.3 (1)
clothes 1.2 (2), 3.1 (3), 4.1 (3) departs 1.4 (3), 2.1 (1)
coat 1.4 (1), 3.1 (2) desert 2.3 (5), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2)
coats 2.4 (1) dessert 2.1 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
coffee 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1), dictionary 3.2 (1)
4.3 (2) did 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.3 (11),
cold 1.3 (4), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (4) 3.1 (6), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (7),
colour 3.1 (2), 4.2 (1) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (5), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (3)
come 1.2 (1) didn’t 1.1 (5), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1),
coming 1.4 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (4) 2.2 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (1)
companies 4.2 (1) died 2.2 (5)

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different 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1) 3.1 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2),
difficult 1.1 (14), 1.3 (1) 4.4 (1)
dinner 1.4 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), eaten 2.2 (1), 3.1 (3), 4.3 (2)
4.3 (2), 4.4 (2) eating 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2),
dirtier 2.4 (1) 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
dirty 1.2 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1) eats 1.4 (1)
disagree 4.2 (6) eggs 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
discovered 4.2 (6) Egypt 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.2 (2)
dishes 1.2 (8), 3.2 (1) Egyptian 4.1 (4), 4.2 (1)
dishwasher 1.2 (6), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1) eight 1.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
do 1.1 (11), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (6), eighteen 4.4 (1)
1.5 (2), 2.1 (11), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), eighty 3.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
3.1 (9), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (8), 3.4 (5), elbow 1.4 (3)
3.5 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (7), elbows 1.4 (2)
4.4 (2), 4.5 (3) election 4.1 (10)
doctor 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1) elephant 2.4 (2), 4.4 (1)
Doctor 1.4 (1) elephants 2.4 (2)
doctor’s 1.4 (1) eleven 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1)
Dodd 4.2 (1) emails 4.1 (1)
does 1.1 (9), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1) Emily 3.1 (1)
doesn’t 1.1 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), empty 1.2 (6), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (2)
3.1 (3) ended 4.1 (1)
dog 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (7), 2.4 (3), English 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3),
3.3 (1), 4.2 (2) 3.5 (1), 4.2 (12), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1),
dogs 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1) 4.5 (4)
doing 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) enough 2.1 (12), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (7),
dollars 3.2 (9), 3.3 (3), 4.3 (2) 3.3 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (8)
don’t 1.1 (4), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (9), 2.3 (1), Europe 2.2 (7), 2.3 (2), 4.1 (1)
2.4 (5), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), euros 3.2 (9)
3.4 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (6), 4.5 (1) evening 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
door 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2) ever 4.3 (5)
dress 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (4), 2.4 (2), everyone 2.1 (12), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (2)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (1) everything 2.1 (8)
drink 1.3 (3), 1.4 (1), 2.4 (2) exchange 3.2 (10)
drinking 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) exchanged 3.2 (1)
drive 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1), 4.3 (2) excuse 2.3 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (4)
driven 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1) exercise 1.3 (6)
drove 2.3 (1) exercises 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
drums 2.3 (1) exercising 1.3 (5), 3.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
drunk 3.3 (1) expensive 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1)
duck 2.4 (3) eye 1.4 (3)
ducks 2.4 (3) eyes 1.4 (3)
during 4.4 (9) face 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1)
each 1.1 (11), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (3), 4.1 (1), falling 1.4 (5), 2.1 (1)
4.2 (1) families 2.2 (1)
ear 1.4 (4) family 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.2 (4),
early 1.3 (2), 3.1 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
ears 1.4 (1) famous 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1)
east 2.3 (5) fancy 2.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
eastern 4.3 (2) far 4.3 (1)
easy 1.1 (10), 1.3 (1) fast 2.4 (1)
eat 1.1 (1), 1.3 (4), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), faster 1.3 (1)

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father 1.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (2) France 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (5)
fell 1.4 (9), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1) frank 4.3 (2)
fence 1.1 (15), 1.4 (3) free 4.3 (2)
fifteen 2.2 (2), 3.3 (2) French 4.1 (7), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
fifty 2.2 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4) fresh 3.4 (7)
film 2.2 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), Friday 4.3 (2)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) friend 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
finally 2.3 (2), 3.4 (2) friends 2.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
find 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), frog 2.4 (5), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1) from 1.3 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2),
fine 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 2.4 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
finger 1.4 (1) front 4.1 (1)
finish 2.2 (4) frozen 3.4 (4)
finished 2.2 (5), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3) fruit 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
fire 2.3 (5) full 1.2 (6), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (2)
first 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.5 (1) funeral 2.2 (6)
fish 2.1 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (3), 4.3 (1), game 3.1 (2)
4.4 (1) garden 1.1 (7), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (2)
fit 1.3 (1), 3.5 (1) gave 2.3 (1)
fits 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1) German 4.1 (5)
five 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), Germans 4.1 (1)
3.2 (3), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (2), 4.3 (1), Germany 2.3 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.4 (1) get 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
flag 4.1 (2) gets 3.2 (1)
flags 4.1 (3), 4.5 (3) getting 2.2 (4), 4.2 (1)
flight 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (3), 4.3 (1), girl 1.1 (6), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2),
4.4 (1) 2.1 (5), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (3), 3.1 (1),
floor 1.2 (18), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
2.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1) girl’s 1.4 (2)
flour 3.4 (4) girlfriend 3.1 (8), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
flower 1.1 (1) girlfriends 3.1 (1)
flowers 1.1 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1) girls 1.1 (2), 1.3 (2)
fly 2.4 (4) give 3.2 (3), 3.4 (2)
flying 2.4 (4) gives 3.2 (1)
food 4.1 (13), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2) giving 3.3 (1)
football 1.1 (1), 1.3 (8), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (2), glass 1.2 (6), 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2),
3.1 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 3.4 (1)
for 1.3 (7), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (12), 2.2 (13), glasses 1.2 (3), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (2),
2.3 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (11), 3.2 (13), 4.3 (1)
3.3 (2), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (3), 4.1 (7), go 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2),
4.2 (14), 4.3 (8), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (3) 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (3),
forest 2.3 (5), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (2) 4.4 (32), 4.5 (2)
forget 4.3 (1) goes 3.2 (1)
forgot 4.3 (11) going 1.1 (4), 1.2 (8), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1),
forgotten 4.3 (2) 2.1 (4), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (8),
fork 3.2 (1) 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (1),
forks 2.1 (2) 4.3 (1), 4.4 (10)
forty 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1) golf 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (2)
found 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1) good 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (2), 2.4 (4),
four 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (7), 3.4 (3), 4.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
4.4 (1) goodbye 1.4 (2)

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got 2.2 (3), 4.1 (1) here 1.1 (4), 1.3 (7), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1),
gramme 3.4 (1) 2.2 (1), 2.3 (4), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (4),
grammes 3.4 (6) 3.1 (4), 3.2 (7), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2),
grandad 2.4 (1) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (3),
grandfather 1.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1) 4.5 (3)
grandmother 2.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2) hers 2.3 (4), 2.4 (1)
grandparents 2.2 (1) hi 4.4 (1)
grass 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1) him 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (5),
green 1.2 (1), 2.1 (2) 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
grey 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2) Hindu 4.4 (4)
grow 2.3 (4), 3.2 (1) his 1.1 (4), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (10),
growing 2.3 (3) 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (8), 2.4 (1),
grows 2.3 (1) 3.1 (7), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
guests 2.1 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (4)
guitar 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), history 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) hold 2.3 (4), 2.5 (2)
had 3.2 (11) holding 2.3 (7), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1)
hair 3.1 (2) holiday 3.2 (6), 4.4 (23), 4.5 (2)
half 3.3 (11) holidays 4.4 (3)
hammer 3.4 (8) home 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
hammers 3.4 (1) hoover 1.2 (3), 1.5 (2)
hands 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1) hoovering 1.2 (7)
happened 1.4 (11), 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), hope 2.2 (8), 2.4 (3), 3.5 (1)
4.1 (2) hopes 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2)
happy 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 3.3 (1) horse 1.1 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.4 (2), 4.4 (1)
has 1.3 (1), 1.4 (4), 2.1 (5), 2.2 (4), horses 2.4 (2)
2.5 (2), 3.1 (8), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), hospital 2.2 (3), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.4 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (6), hot 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4),
4.4 (3) 4.4 (1)
hat 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2) hotel 4.1 (1)
have 1.1 (5), 1.2 (6), 1.4 (8), 1.5 (3), hour 3.4 (1)
2.1 (7), 2.2 (20), 2.3 (3), 3.1 (17), hours 1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.2 (16), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (6), house 1.1 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (6), 2.3 (3),
4.1 (3), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (26), 4.4 (10) 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2),
he 1.1 (6), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (4), 2.1 (5), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
2.2 (7), 2.3 (7), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2), houses 4.4 (1)
3.1 (8), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), how 2.1 (5), 2.2 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (3),
4.1 (8), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (6), 4.4 (3) 3.2 (2), 3.3 (20), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (2),
he’s 1.1 (8), 1.2 (4), 1.3 (7), 1.4 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (13), 4.4 (2),
2.1 (3), 2.2 (6), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (1), 4.5 (2)
3.1 (4), 3.2 (2), 3.4 (12), 4.1 (4), hugging 1.1 (1)
4.2 (6) hundred 2.2 (2), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (11),
head 1.4 (7) 4.3 (2)
heads 4.4 (1) hungry 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (3), 4.3 (1)
hello 3.5 (2), 4.5 (2) hurt 1.4 (12), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1)
help 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.4 (1) hurts 1.4 (13), 1.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
helped 3.1 (1) husband 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
helping 1.1 (1) I 1.1 (13), 1.2 (14), 1.3 (17), 1.4 (23),
her 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (4), 2.1 (3), 1.5 (7), 2.1 (21), 2.2 (16), 2.3 (16),
2.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (5), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (39), 3.2 (37),
3.2 (2), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (5), 3.3 (19), 3.4 (9), 3.5 (6), 4.1 (10),
4.3 (8) 4.2 (25), 4.3 (47), 4.4 (19), 4.5 (8)

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I’m 1.1 (4), 1.2 (16), 1.3 (5), 1.4 (3), Jewish 4.4 (7)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (6), 2.3 (4), 2.4 (2), Joel 4.4 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.2 (7), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (12), Johann 3.5 (2)
3.5 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (10), John 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (3), 4.2 (1)
4.4 (17), 4.5 (2) Jones 4.1 (2)
ice 2.3 (4), 2.4 (1) juice 1.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
if 2.1 (8), 3.1 (11), 3.2 (15), 3.4 (1), Julia 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2)
4.5 (1) July 2.2 (1)
ill 1.4 (2) jump 1.1 (3)
important 3.1 (15), 4.1 (1) jumped 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1)
in 1.1 (4), 1.2 (7), 1.3 (12), 1.4 (2), jumper 1.4 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1)
2.1 (17), 2.2 (28), 2.3 (18), 2.4 (11), jumping 1.1 (9), 2.1 (2)
3.1 (9), 3.2 (21), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (9), key 3.5 (3)
3.5 (4), 4.1 (14), 4.2 (29), 4.3 (14), keys 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (2)
4.4 (15), 4.5 (4) kilogram 3.3 (2)
India 4.1 (4), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2) kilograms 3.3 (10), 3.4 (1)
Indian 2.3 (4), 4.1 (4), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2) king 4.1 (7)
insect 2.4 (6), 3.5 (2) king’s 4.5 (3)
insects 2.4 (1) kitchen 1.2 (3), 2.2 (2)
inside 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.5 (1) knee 1.4 (3), 1.5 (1)
instruments 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.2 (1) knees 1.4 (3)
interesting 3.1 (11), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), knife 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) know 2.1 (24), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
Internet 4.1 (5) 3.5 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (3)
into 3.2 (3), 3.3 (3) known 3.1 (1)
is 1.1 (36), 1.2 (40), 1.3 (39), 1.4 (12), knows 2.1 (4)
1.5 (3), 2.1 (50), 2.2 (30), 2.3 (63), ladder 1.1 (2), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (2)
2.4 (45), 2.5 (9), 3.1 (55), 3.2 (26), lake 2.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (52), 3.4 (34), 3.5 (11), 4.1 (32), language 4.2 (3)
4.2 (27), 4.3 (15), 4.4 (22), 4.5 (2) languages 4.2 (5), 4.5 (1)
island 4.2 (1) laptop 2.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
it 1.1 (9), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2), last 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (4), 4.1 (1),
1.5 (2), 2.1 (5), 2.2 (5), 2.3 (10), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
2.4 (8), 2.5 (6), 3.1 (13), 3.2 (15), late 4.2 (1)
3.4 (3), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (16), 4.4 (3), learn 4.3 (4)
4.5 (4) learning 4.3 (15)
it’s 1.1 (20), 1.3 (7), 1.4 (4), 1.5 (2), least 3.3 (7)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (5), 2.3 (12), 2.4 (22), leave 1.3 (1)
2.5 (2), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (13), 3.3 (8), leaving 2.2 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (5), left 4.4 (1)
4.5 (1) leg 1.4 (4)
Italian 4.1 (5), 4.5 (1) legs 1.4 (2)
Italians 4.1 (1) lemon 3.3 (1)
Italy 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (1) less 2.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
its 4.4 (1) let’s 4.4 (11), 4.5 (1)
Jane 4.2 (1) letter 1.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
Japan 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), letters 3.1 (1)
4.4 (3) library 1.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1)
Japanese 4.1 (3), 4.4 (1) like 1.1 (21), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1),
jeans 3.2 (2) 2.1 (5), 2.3 (5), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (4),
Jennifer 4.3 (2) 3.1 (2), 3.2 (17), 3.3 (9), 3.4 (2),
jewellery 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.3 (6), 4.4 (3)

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liked 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) maths 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2)
likes 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1) matter 1.4 (7), 1.5 (1)
limes 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) Matthew 3.1 (1)
listen 1.3 (1) maybe 4.3 (1)
listening 4.1 (1) me 1.3 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2),
little 3.2 (7), 3.4 (1), 4.5 (1) 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (7), 3.3 (3),
live 1.3 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (6), 3.4 (4), 4.3 (4)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (5), 4.5 (1) measure 3.3 (3), 3.4 (5)
lived 2.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5) measuring 3.3 (3)
lives 2.3 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1) meat 1.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
living 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), medicine 1.4 (7), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1)
2.5 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1) meet 2.5 (1), 3.1 (13), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (4)
London 1.5 (1), 2.3 (1) meeting 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
long 2.2 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (8), 4.1 (1), men 1.1 (2), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (2) 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
look 1.1 (3), 2.4 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1) met 3.1 (7), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
looking 1.3 (5), 2.1 (2), 3.4 (1) metre 3.3 (3)
looks 1.1 (5), 2.3 (1) metres 3.3 (12)
lose 2.1 (3), 3.1 (2) Mexican 4.1 (5)
losing 2.1 (3) Mexicans 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
lost 2.1 (7), 2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) Mexico 2.3 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (2)
lot 2.1 (1), 2.3 (3), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), mile 3.3 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.4 (2) milk 1.2 (2), 1.4 (1), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (3)
Louis 3.1 (2) millilitres 3.4 (5)
Louise 4.2 (1) mine 2.3 (5), 2.4 (5), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
love 1.1 (1) Minister 4.1 (3)
lunch 1.1 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), minutes 2.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) mobile 1.1 (1)
Lynn 4.2 (1) Monday 1.3 (1)
machine 3.2 (8) money 2.1 (3), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 4.3 (1)
made 1.2 (1), 2.3 (3), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) monkey 2.4 (3)
magazine 4.1 (5), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) monkeys 2.4 (1)
make 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) month 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (2),
making 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 4.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
man 1.1 (5), 1.2 (4), 1.3 (7), 1.4 (2), months 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.1 (4), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (3), 3.1 (2), moon 4.5 (2)
3.2 (3), 3.3 (5), 3.4 (3), 4.1 (2), more 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (8), 3.3 (3)
4.2 (2), 4.4 (3) morning 1.3 (2), 1.4 (3), 2.3 (1), 4.2 (2),
man’s 1.4 (1) 4.3 (2)
manager 3.2 (1) Moscow 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
many 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), mosque 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (3), most 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
4.3 (7), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1) mother 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
map 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (4)
Maria 3.1 (2) mother’s 3.3 (1)
Maria’s 4.3 (1) mothers 2.1 (1)
married 2.2 (13), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1), mountain 4.1 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2) mountains 3.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
marry 2.2 (4) mouth 1.4 (4), 3.4 (1)
match 1.3 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), Mr 4.1 (3)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4) much 2.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (11), 3.4 (1),
matches 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1) 4.3 (8), 4.5 (1)

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Mum 1.4 (1), 3.1 (1) now 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3),
museum 2.1 (3), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.4 (1),
museums 4.4 (1) 4.1 (3), 4.2 (2)
music 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1) number 1.4 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
musician 2.1 (2), 4.2 (3) o’clock 1.5 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.3 (4)
musicians 4.4 (1) ocean 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
Muslim 4.4 (3) Ocean 2.3 (8)
my 1.1 (6), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (26), of 1.2 (7), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2),
1.5 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (15), 2.3 (4), 2.2 (6), 2.3 (24), 2.4 (8), 3.1 (7),
2.4 (9), 2.5 (5), 3.1 (19), 3.2 (15), 3.2 (9), 3.3 (23), 3.4 (19), 4.1 (12),
3.3 (5), 3.4 (6), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (4), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4)
4.3 (8), 4.4 (6) off 1.1 (7), 1.4 (9), 2.2 (1)
nail 3.4 (2) office 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1),
nails 3.4 (2) 4.4 (1)
name 2.1 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.4 (1) okay 4.3 (8), 4.4 (5)
napkin 1.1 (1) old 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
near 1.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1) older 3.2 (1)
need 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4), on 1.1 (1), 1.2 (9), 1.3 (6), 1.4 (11),
2.1 (6), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (9), 2.2 (9), 2.3 (3),
3.2 (3), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (2), 3.2 (19), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (4), 4.1 (18),
4.4 (1) 4.2 (3), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (15), 4.5 (6)
needs 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1) once 1.4 (4)
never 1.3 (5), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.3 (3) one 1.1 (11), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (1),
new 2.1 (1), 2.2 (5), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1) 2.1 (8), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3),
New Year 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2) 3.1 (2), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (18), 3.4 (4),
New York 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1) 4.1 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
newer 2.4 (1) ones 4.4 (1)
news 4.1 (17), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2) only 3.2 (22), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (2)
newspaper 1.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1) onto 1.1 (5)
next 2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.4 (2), open 3.2 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2) or 1.3 (2), 2.1 (2), 3.4 (2)
nice 2.5 (1), 3.1 (7), 4.3 (2) orange 1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (2),
Nicholas 3.1 (1) 3.3 (3), 3.4 (2)
night 1.4 (1), 2.2 (2) oranges 3.3 (1)
nine 1.4 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1) other 1.1 (11), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.3 (5),
ninety 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3)
no 1.1 (8), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), our 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (5),
1.5 (5), 2.1 (11), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (3), 3.3 (2), 4.2 (5),
2.4 (3), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (10), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (2), 3.5 (3), 4.1 (4), 4.3 (6), ours 2.3 (4), 2.4 (4), 2.5 (1)
4.4 (6), 4.5 (2) out 1.2 (5), 3.2 (4), 4.4 (1)
north 2.3 (4), 2.4 (1) outside 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (3),
North America 2.2 (4), 4.1 (1) 2.1 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.4 (1)
northern 4.3 (5), 4.4 (1) oven 3.4 (6)
Norton 2.5 (1) over 1.1 (6), 2.4 (1)
nose 1.4 (6) Pacific Ocean 2.3 (3)
not 1.1 (1), 1.3 (6), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3), pack 3.2 (1)
2.2 (2), 2.4 (10), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (9), packing 4.4 (2)
3.2 (12), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1), painting 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (2),
4.3 (7), 4.4 (7) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (2)
nothing 2.1 (8), 3.5 (1) paintings 4.1 (1)
November 4.4 (1) paper 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (6)

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papers 3.1 (1) potatoes 3.3 (3)
parade 4.4 (8), 4.5 (1) pounds 3.2 (3), 4.5 (2)
parents 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1) practice 1.3 (4), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
Paris 1.4 (1), 2.1 (4), 4.4 (1) practiced 3.1 (1)
park 1.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (3) practicing 1.3 (15), 1.5 (2), 4.3 (2)
Parker 4.2 (1) practise 1.3 (5)
part 4.2 (1) president 4.1 (8)
parties 4.4 (1) Prime 4.1 (3)
party 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), prime minister 4.1 (3)
4.4 (1) probably 2.1 (9), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1)
passport 1.1 (1), 4.4 (1) pupil 1.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
pasta 3.4 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) pupils 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
pen 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1) put 1.3 (2), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (1)
pencil 3.4 (5) putting 3.2 (2), 3.4 (3)
penguin 2.4 (2) quarter 3.3 (1)
penguins 2.4 (5) quarters 3.3 (2)
pens 2.1 (1) queen 4.1 (7), 4.3 (2)
people 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), questions 4.1 (1)
2.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (4), queue 4.1 (2)
4.2 (3), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (5) radio 1.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
pepper 1.3 (1), 3.4 (1) railway 3.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
person 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1) rain 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (5), 2.4 (2),
Peter 3.1 (2) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2)
petrol 4.3 (1) rained 2.2 (1), 3.2 (1)
phone 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), raining 1.4 (1)
4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) read 1.1 (2), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
photograph 1.3 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (2), 4.2 (6), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
4.3 (1) reading 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
photographs 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.4 (2) 4.1 (6), 4.4 (3)
piano 1.3 (1), 2.1 (3), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) ready 4.4 (26), 4.5 (4)
pie 3.3 (13), 3.4 (3) really 4.2 (8), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
pies 3.3 (1) Rebecca 3.1 (2)
pine 2.3 (3) red 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.1 (11), 2.4 (1),
pizza 3.3 (13), 3.4 (5) 3.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
place 1.3 (12), 3.1 (1) refrigerator 1.2 (4), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
plant 2.3 (4), 2.4 (1) remember 4.3 (10), 4.5 (3)
plants 2.3 (10) remembered 4.3 (2)
plaster 1.4 (8), 1.5 (2) rent 1.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
plasters 1.4 (2) repair 1.1 (7), 1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.5 (5),
plate 3.3 (2) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.4 (6), 4.3 (1)
plates 1.2 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2) repaired 3.1 (2)
play 1.1 (2), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (2), repairing 1.1 (7), 1.2 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.2 (2)
3.1 (3), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) reservation 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
playing 2.1 (3), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (3), restaurant 3.1 (4), 4.1 (3), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1) returned 4.2 (1)
plays 2.1 (5), 3.1 (1) ride 1.4 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1),
please 1.1 (1), 1.2 (13), 1.4 (5), 2.3 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.3 (6), 3.4 (3), 4.3 (2) riding 1.4 (2), 2.4 (1)
pliers 3.4 (6), 4.3 (1) right 3.1 (9), 3.5 (2)
police officer 2.3 (1) ripe 3.4 (9)
polite 3.2 (8) rode 4.4 (1)
pool 1.1 (6) Rome 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)

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room 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (1), 2.1 (9), 2.2 (4), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1),
3.1 (4), 3.2 (14), 4.3 (1) 2.5 (2), 3.1 (8), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1),
Rosetta Stone 4.2 (1) 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (11)
rotten 3.4 (5) she’s 1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (3),
round 3.3 (7) 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3),
rubbish 1.2 (10) 3.3 (2), 3.4 (7), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (2),
rucksack 3.2 (15) 4.3 (2), 4.4 (3)
rucksacks 3.2 (1) sheep 2.4 (3), 3.3 (1)
ruler 3.4 (5) sheet 3.4 (6)
run 2.4 (1), 4.4 (1) sheets 1.2 (1)
running 2.1 (2), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1) shirt 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (3)
Russia 2.3 (2), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2) shoe 3.2 (1)
Russian 4.1 (4), 4.2 (2) shoes 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
Russians 4.1 (1) shopping 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1)
sad 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3) short 1.1 (1)
said 2.3 (9), 2.4 (2), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) should 1.3 (17), 1.4 (4), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (1),
sailed 2.2 (1) 2.3 (1), 3.2 (6), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1),
sailing 1.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1) 4.3 (2)
salad 1.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (1) shouldn’t 1.3 (2), 3.2 (3)
salads 3.3 (1) shower 1.2 (8), 1.3 (2)
sale 3.2 (9) sign 4.2 (1)
salt 3.4 (3) since 4.3 (9), 4.4 (2)
Samantha 3.1 (1) sing 2.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
same 1.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 4.2 (1) singer 1.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
sand 2.3 (4) singing 4.4 (1)
sandals 3.4 (1) sink 1.2 (7), 2.1 (3), 3.4 (1)
sandwich 3.2 (3) sister 2.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
sandwiches 3.3 (1) sit 3.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
Saturday 4.3 (2) sits 4.1 (1)
saw 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2) sitting 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 2.1 (2)
say 2.3 (9), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1) six 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.4 (1)
saying 4.2 (2) sixty 3.3 (2)
says 2.4 (2) size 3.1 (2)
scales 3.4 (5) ski 1.1 (3), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (2)
school 1.3 (4), 2.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2), skiing 1.3 (1), 1.4 (3), 3.1 (3)
4.4 (4) skirts 1.3 (2)
science 3.1 (1) skis 4.2 (1)
scissors 3.4 (4) sleeping 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
screw 3.4 (2) slice 3.3 (8)
screwdriver 3.4 (8) slices 3.3 (2)
screws 3.4 (2) small 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1)
seat 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1) smallest 3.4 (1)
see 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1) smell 1.2 (1)
sell 3.2 (4), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (3) smells 1.2 (1)
selling 1.2 (1) Smith 4.1 (1)
sending 4.1 (1) snake 2.4 (5)
seven 1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), snakes 2.4 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) snow 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1),
seventy 2.5 (1) 4.4 (1)
shark 2.4 (1) snowed 3.1 (1)
sharks 2.4 (2), 4.3 (1) snows 3.1 (1)
she 1.1 (4), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (3), sock 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)

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sofa 1.2 (7), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) Sue 1.1 (1)
soldier 4.1 (7), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) sugar 1.3 (1), 3.4 (5)
soldiers 4.1 (5) suit 1.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
some 1.4 (2), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), suitcase 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (4),
3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (2) 3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
someone 1.3 (13), 2.1 (8), 2.4 (4), 3.2 (2), summer 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1) sunglasses 3.2 (1)
something 1.3 (3), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (2), sunny 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1)
3.2 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1) supermarket 1.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
sometimes 1.3 (9) Suzanne 3.1 (2)
son 1.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2), sweep 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (2)
4.4 (3) sweeping 1.2 (4)
son’s 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1) sweet 1.3 (2)
soon 2.2 (6), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), swept 1.2 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.4 (2) swim 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (1),
sorry 2.3 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (3) 4.3 (4)
soup 3.4 (3) swimming 1.1 (6), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2)
sour 1.3 (2) table 1.1 (4), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (3),
south 2.3 (4) 3.1 (2), 3.3 (5), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
South America 2.2 (5), 2.3 (2), 4.2 (2) take 1.2 (6), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (8), 2.3 (5),
southern 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) 2.4 (3), 4.3 (1)
space 3.5 (2) taken 3.2 (1), 4.2 (4)
Spain 2.3 (5), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) taking 1.2 (6), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2),
Spanish 4.2 (5) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3)
spanner 3.4 (5), 4.3 (1) talk 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3)
speak 3.1 (2), 3.2 (5), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (2), talked 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.5 (2) talking 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 4.1 (2),
speaking 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (4) 4.2 (1)
speaks 2.1 (2) tall 1.4 (1), 3.3 (15)
spoken 4.2 (2) tape 3.4 (4)
spoon 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1) taste 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
spring 4.4 (1) tastes 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
square 3.3 (7) taught 3.1 (1)
stadium 2.2 (1) taxis 4.4 (1)
stairs 1.2 (3) Taylor 4.2 (1)
stand 3.3 (1) tea 1.3 (1), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (1)
standing 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1) teach 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
station 3.2 (1), 4.4 (2) teacher 2.3 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
statue 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), teaches 2.1 (3)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (1) teaching 3.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
statues 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1) team 1.3 (10), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (15), 2.2 (2),
stay 2.3 (1) 3.1 (3), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
Steve 4.2 (1) teeth 1.4 (1), 3.1 (2)
stomach 1.4 (5), 4.3 (1) television 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (10),
Stone 1.4 (1) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
street 2.4 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1) temperature 1.4 (6), 3.3 (2)
strong 1.3 (7) temple 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
stronger 1.3 (6) ten 2.2 (3), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (4)
students 3.1 (1) tennis 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1)
studied 4.4 (1) tent 1.1 (1)
study 1.3 (2), 3.1 (5) than 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (4), 3.1 (1),
studying 2.2 (4), 3.1 (2), 3.5 (2) 3.3 (5)

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thank 1.1 (3), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (3), thought 4.2 (2)
2.3 (3), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (2), thousand 2.2 (2)
3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.5 (2) three 1.2 (1), 1.4 (3), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (2),
thanks 3.5 (1) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (3),
that 1.1 (2), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (16), 2.3 (11), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.4 (14), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (30), 3.2 (10), threw 1.1 (3)
3.3 (4), 3.5 (3), 4.2 (8), 4.3 (3), throw 1.1 (5)
4.4 (2), 4.5 (4) throwing 1.1 (7)
that’s 1.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.2 (1) Thursday 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1)
the 1.1 (65), 1.2 (89), 1.3 (37), 1.4 (33), tickets 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2)
1.5 (9), 2.1 (62), 2.2 (17), 2.3 (49), tidied 1.2 (1), 3.1 (2)
2.4 (24), 3.1 (33), 3.2 (31), 3.3 (47), tidy 1.2 (4), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2)
3.4 (62), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (66), 4.2 (23), tidying 1.2 (5), 3.1 (1)
4.3 (19), 4.4 (46), 4.5 (15) tie 3.4 (1)
theatre 1.3 (1), 4.4 (2) tiger 2.4 (4)
their 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), tigers 2.4 (1)
3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 4.4 (1) time 1.5 (1), 4.4 (6)
theirs 2.4 (6) times 1.4 (4)
them 3.1 (4), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (2), 4.3 (2) tired 4.4 (1)
then 2.3 (2), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (2) to 1.1 (29), 1.2 (11), 1.3 (22), 1.4 (4),
there 1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (17), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (12), 2.2 (5), 2.3 (6),
2.3 (4), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (16), 2.4 (16), 2.5 (6), 3.1 (29), 3.2 (22),
3.3 (1), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (2), 3.3 (7), 3.4 (20), 4.1 (13), 4.2 (8),
4.3 (13), 4.4 (4) 4.3 (39), 4.4 (40), 4.5 (3)
there’s 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) today 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (1),
thermometer 3.4 (4) 2.2 (1), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (6),
these 1.1 (3), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (9), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (8)
2.4 (17), 3.1 (6), 3.2 (3), 3.4 (5), toilet 1.2 (3)
4.1 (2), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) Tom 4.3 (1)
they 1.1 (5), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (2), tomato 3.4 (3)
2.1 (6), 2.2 (7), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (5), tomatoes 3.4 (6)
3.2 (5), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (4), tomorrow 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4) tonight 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
they’re 1.1 (3), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (4), 1.5 (1), too 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (13)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (3), took 1.2 (3), 2.3 (3), 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (6), toothbrush 3.4 (1)
4.1 (6), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (11) torch 3.4 (4), 3.5 (2)
think 3.1 (23), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (5), 3.5 (3), touch 2.4 (15)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (2) touching 2.4 (3)
thinking 2.2 (7), 2.5 (2) towel 1.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
thinks 3.1 (3) toy 1.1 (2), 2.2 (4)
third 3.3 (5) toys 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
thirds 3.3 (1) 4.1 (1)
thirsty 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1) train 1.4 (1), 2.3 (3)
thirty 1.4 (5), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (5), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) tree 1.1 (4), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (8),
this 1.1 (28), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (13), 1.4 (13), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (4)
2.1 (8), 2.2 (37), 2.3 (34), 2.4 (28), trees 2.3 (3)
2.5 (4), 3.1 (28), 3.2 (15), 3.3 (40), trousers 1.3 (1)
3.4 (10), 3.5 (9), 4.1 (10), 4.2 (43), twelve 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.3 (14), 4.4 (19), 4.5 (1) twenty 2.2 (3), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (2)
Thomas 3.1 (2) twice 1.4 (4), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
those 2.4 (2), 3.4 (1) two 1.1 (2), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.2 (3),

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2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (3), watched 4.3 (1)
3.4 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (3) watching 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (7), 4.2 (1),
type 2.3 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1) 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
types 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) water 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.4 (2), 2.4 (2),
ugly 2.4 (8) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.3 (1)
umbrella 2.4 (1), 4.3 (1) we 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (10), 1.4 (1),
umbrellas 3.2 (2) 1.5 (1), 2.1 (9), 2.2 (10), 2.3 (1),
under 1.2 (3), 2.1 (1) 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (9), 3.2 (3),
underground 4.3 (1) 3.3 (3), 3.4 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1),
understand 4.2 (3), 4.3 (1) 4.3 (12), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (1)
United Kingdom 2.3 (3), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), we’re 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (2),
4.4 (1), 4.5 (2) 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (6),
United States 2.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1) 3.2 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1),
university 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (3)
up 1.2 (15), 1.3 (2), 4.3 (1) wear 1.3 (7), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
us 2.1 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.5 (2) wearing 1.3 (2)
use 3.4 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3) wears 2.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
used 3.1 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.3 (3) weather 2.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (2)
using 3.4 (18) wedding 2.2 (10), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
vegetables 2.2 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (3)
3.4 (1) Wednesday 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1)
very 1.1 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.4 (1), week 1.4 (2), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.4 (2), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (4), weeks 2.4 (1)
4.5 (1) weigh 3.3 (7), 3.4 (3)
violin 1.3 (5), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (2) weighing 3.4 (3)
visit 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) weighs 3.3 (11)
visited 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1) welcome 2.2 (1), 2.5 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
visiting 1.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1), well 2.1 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (1),
4.4 (1) 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
vote 4.1 (5), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (3) went 1.4 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4)
voted 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1) were 1.4 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (2),
voting 4.1 (10), 4.2 (3) 3.3 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2)
wait 2.5 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1) west 2.3 (3)
waiting 4.1 (2), 4.3 (2) western 4.3 (2)
waitress 3.3 (1) wet 1.4 (1), 3.2 (2)
walk 3.2 (1), 4.3 (1) whale 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1)
walked 4.5 (2) whales 2.4 (2), 4.3 (1)
walking 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1) what 1.2 (3), 1.4 (11), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (1),
wall 3.3 (5) 2.2 (3), 2.3 (11), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2),
want 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1),
2.4 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (9), 4.1 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (3)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (5) what’s 1.4 (13), 1.5 (1), 2.3 (3), 4.1 (6),
wants 1.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2) 4.2 (5), 4.5 (2)
was 1.1 (3), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (6), Wheeler and Sons
2.5 (2), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (27), 4.2 (1)
4.3 (3), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (2) when 1.3 (2), 1.4 (7), 2.2 (2), 2.5 (2),
wash 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 4.3 (1) 3.1 (4), 3.2 (6), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (3),
washed 1.2 (2), 1.4 (1) 4.4 (3), 4.5 (3)
washing 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1) where 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 2.3 (7),
watch 1.3 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (2), 4.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1),
4.3 (2) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1)

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which 1.3 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1), woods 2.3 (1)
4.2 (3) work 1.1 (12), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1),
white 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.4 (3) 3.1 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
whiter 3.1 (1) worked 3.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
who 1.3 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (18), 4.1 (3), working 1.5 (2), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (1)
4.2 (8), 4.5 (1) works 1.1 (2)
whole 3.3 (6) worn 4.4 (1)
whose 2.3 (5) would 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1),
why 1.1 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 3.1 (4), 2.1 (1), 2.5 (4), 3.2 (16), 3.3 (8),
3.3 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (7) 4.3 (8)
wide 3.3 (8), 3.4 (1) writing 1.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
wife 1.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (4), written 3.1 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (1)
4.2 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) wrong 3.1 (9)
will 1.1 (4), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), wrote 1.3 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.5 (2), 2.1 (10), 2.2 (11), 2.3 (4), year 2.2 (2), 3.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1),
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (14), 3.2 (6), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (2), years 2.2 (16), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (5), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (8), 4.4 (3), 4.5 (2) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
Will 2.5 (1) yellow 1.3 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.4 (1)
Wilson 4.2 (1) yen 3.2 (6)
win 2.1 (3), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (2), yes 1.1 (3), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (4),
4.3 (1), 4.5 (1) 1.5 (5), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3),
window 1.2 (1), 3.4 (2) 2.4 (3), 2.5 (8), 3.1 (9), 3.2 (16),
windows 1.2 (1), 2.1 (2) 3.3 (3), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (5), 4.1 (3),
winning 2.1 (5) 4.2 (5), 4.3 (14), 4.4 (11), 4.5 (8)
wins 2.2 (1) yesterday 1.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
winter 1.3 (1), 2.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) you 1.1 (15), 1.2 (10), 1.3 (15), 1.4 (17),
with 1.1 (2), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 1.5 (12), 2.1 (17), 2.2 (17), 2.3 (10),
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (6), 3.3 (2), 2.4 (6), 2.5 (13), 3.1 (37), 3.2 (33),
3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2), 3.3 (14), 3.4 (10), 3.5 (9), 4.1 (11),
4.4 (2), 4.5 (1) 4.2 (12), 4.3 (44), 4.4 (29), 4.5 (15)
woman 1.1 (4), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (6), 2.1 (4), you’re 1.4 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (2),
2.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (2) 3.5 (1), 4.5 (1)
woman’s 1.4 (3) your 1.1 (3), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (6),
women 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (5), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2),
4.3 (1), 4.4 (3) 2.5 (2), 3.1 (11), 3.2 (10), 3.3 (4),
won 2.1 (10), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (2), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (6), 4.4 (4)
4.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1) yours 2.4 (15), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1)
wood 1.2 (1), 3.2 (1) zoo 4.4 (1)

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