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Contents
Tourism and Recreation
1.1 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 1
1.2 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
1.3 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
1.4 Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.5 Milestone�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8

Professions and Hobbies


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

At Home and Around Town


3.1 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
3.2 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
3.3 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
3.4 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
3.5 Milestone������������������������������������������������������������������������ 26

Style and Personal Wellness


4.1 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
4.2 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
4.3 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
4.4 Core Lesson�������������������������������������������������������������������� 33
4.5 Milestone������������������������������������������������������������������������ 35

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

01 I have travelled to many countries. 10 This is a palace in Russia.


These are from my sister. She’s travelling in These ruins are in the United States.
South America. This is a cathedral in Germany.
When she travels, she brings a lot of This castle is near the ocean.
suitcases.
11 Why are you travelling to Italy?
02 They are travelling in Asia. I’m travelling to Italy to visit ancient ruins.
I travelled to Africa in 2007. Why are you travelling to India?
I’m travelling by train. I’m travelling to India to visit this palace.
03 tourists 12 This magazine says that the ruins are more
tourists than a thousand years old.
a tour guide This newspaper says that the ruins are more
a tour guide than a thousand years old.
This sign says that it’s fifteen miles to
04 These tourists are visiting a temple. Barcelona.
These tourists are travelling in Germany. Julie’s letter says that she’s fifteen miles from
This tour guide works at the theatre. Barcelona.
This tour guide works at the art museum.
13 The book says that you need to use a
05 The tourists are on the bus. screwdriver.
The tour guide is on the bus. This magazine says that an American was
The tour guide is taking a photograph of the the first person to walk on the moon. That
tourists. happened in 1969.
The tourists are taking a photograph of the This email says that my friend is travelling
tour guide. in Japan.
06 Our family is travelling in Spain. 14 a leaflet
We are tourists. a leaflet
Yesterday, we visited a famous mosque. a leaflet
This morning, we’re eating breakfast at a a guidebook
cafe. a guidebook
a website
07 a palace
a palace 15 Where should we go today?
ruins Let’s go to the palace.
ruins Let’s go to the ruins.
Let’s go to the cathedral.
08 a cathedral
a cathedral 16 We can’t go to the cathedral. The leaflet
a castle says that it’s closed today.
a castle Let’s not go to the palace. The guidebook
says that it’s very expensive.
09 This famous Russian palace is blue. This website says that it’s going to rain.
These ruins are in the rainforest. Let’s not go to the ruins.
The boy is taking a photograph of the
cathedral.
Many tourists visit this castle.

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1.1 Continued

17 The website says that this museum is open 25 May I have a leaflet?
on Tuesdays. Here you go.
The guidebook says that the museum isn’t We would like two tickets, please.
very expensive. Here you go.
Let’s go to the museum.
26 The tourists are on a tour of the ruins.
18 How much does it cost to get into the zoo? The tourists are on a tour of the cathedral.
It costs five pounds. The tourists are on a tour of the castle.
Here you go.
27 Do you have tours of the museum?
19 How much does it cost to get into the palace? Yes. We have tours of the museum.
It costs eight pounds. When does the next tour begin?
How much does it cost to get into the castle? The next tour begins in twenty minutes.
It costs four pounds.
28 Hello, my name is Miguel. I’m your tour
20 What are the palace’s opening hours today? guide today.
The palace’s opening hours are 9 a.m. to 5 Welcome to the museum.
p.m. On our tour today, I’m going to teach you
What are the bank’s opening hours today? about Spain’s history.
The bank’s opening hours are 10 a.m. to Please ask a lot of questions.
4.30 p.m.
What are the library’s opening hours today?
The library’s opening hours are 9.30 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
21 the opening hours
the phone number
the address
the website
the email address
22 What are the museum’s opening hours?
The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
today.
How much does it cost to get into the
museum?
It costs twelve euros for adults and eight
euros for those under sixteen.
23 How much does it cost to get into the palace?
It costs seven pounds.
Here you go.
24 We have two adults and two under sixteen.
Forty euros, please.
Here you go.
Thank you.

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1.2 Core Lesson

01 He’s hiking with his dog. 09 It’s Friday night. He’s having fun.
The mother and her sons are hiking in the It’s Monday morning. He’s bored.
mountains. It’s Tuesday morning. She’s bored.
The children are going snorkelling. It’s Tuesday afternoon. She’s having fun.
The girl is snorkelling.
10 This boy is bored.
02 He’s hiking in the woods. This boy is having fun.
She’s hiking in the mountains. This girl is having fun.
The family is snorkelling. This girl is bored.
The boy is snorkelling.
11 Did you have fun cross-country skiing?
03 sledging Yes, I had fun cross-country skiing.
sledging Did you have fun sledging?
sledging No, I didn’t have fun sledging!
ice skating
ice skating 12 He’s riding a bicycle.
cross-country skiing I’m riding a motorbike.
They’re on a sailing boat.
04 The mother and her daughter are ice skating. I’m in a rowing boat.
The family is sledging.
The men are cross-country skiing. 13 They like rowing boats. They’re having fun.
I don’t like hiking. I’m bored.
05 hiking He likes motorbikes. He’s having fun.
snorkelling I don’t like cross-country skiing. I’m bored.
sledging
ice skating 14 They’re going fishing.
riding He’s fishing.
cross-country skiing I went fishing.

06 What do you want to do today? 15 She’s fishing in a sailing boat.


I want to go sledging. He’s fishing in a rowing boat.
I want to go hiking. They’re fishing in a motorboat.
I want to go cross-country skiing.
I want to go ice skating. 16 It’s too loud to read.
It’s loud in the stadium.
07 I don’t want to go hiking because it’s snowing. It’s quiet in libraries.
I don’t want to go sledging. It’s very quiet in the woods.
We can’t go ice skating because the lake
isn’t frozen. 17 Bicycles are quiet.
I don’t want to go cross-country skiing. Motorbikes are loud.
Let’s go cross-country skiing. These motorboats are very loud.
Let’s go sledging. Fishing in a rowing boat is quiet.

08 The tourists are having fun in Mexico. 18 Sometimes it’s quiet in churches.
The business people are bored. Sometimes it’s loud in churches.
He’s having fun with his friends. Sometimes it’s quiet in airports.
We’re bored. Sometimes it’s loud in airports.
19 Be quiet!
Be quiet!
Be quiet!

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1.2 Continued 1.3 Core Lesson

20 Be quiet! The baby is sleeping. 01 He’s painting a bowl.


Be quiet! No talking in the library. She’s painting in the park.
Be quiet! The film is beginning. He’s drawing a castle.
Be quiet! I’m talking on the phone. I draw tourists.
21 They’re hiking on a path. 02 I like to paint people.
She’s riding a horse on a path. I like to draw plants.
The tourists are at a festival. An Italian painted this ceiling.
The band is playing at a festival. She’s drawing a face.
22 He’s hiking on a path in the mountains. 03 She’s drawing the flowers.
The path is two miles long. She’s painting two people in a rowing boat.
This festival is in China. He’s drawing a man in a rowing boat.
These men are wearing costumes for a He’s painting the flowers.
festival.
04 This is a photograph of a horse.
23 How far is it to the lake? This is a painting of a horse.
The lake is two miles from here. This is a sculpture of a horse.
How far is it to the festival?
The festival is twelve miles from here. 05 a red sculpture
How far is it to the ruins? a blue sculpture
The ruins are only a mile from here. a sculpture of a hand
a sculpture of a foot
24 How far is it to the palace?
The palace is less than a mile from here. 06 an eighteenth-century sculpture
How far is it to the ocean? a seventeenth-century map
The ocean is fifteen miles from here. fourteenth-century music
first-century ruins
25 How do I get to the lake?
Take this path for one and a half miles. 07 When was this painted?
Turn right when you see a green sign. It was painted in the nineteenth century.
Take that path to the lake. When was this drawn?
It was drawn in the fifteenth century.
26 How do I get to the temple?
Follow Silom Street for a mile. 08 This is a fifteenth-century instrument.
Turn left on Naret Street. This is a twentieth-century instrument.
Follow Naret Street for half a mile. The This is a seventeenth-century sculpture.
temple will be on your left. This is a twentieth-century sculpture.

27 Do you know where we are? 09 a postcard


No, I don’t. I think we’re lost! a postcard
Excuse me, how far is it to the beach? a poster
It’s very near. It’s only two miles to the beach. a poster

28 How do you get to the beach? 10 a gift shop


Follow Queen Street for a mile. a gift shop
Turn right on Bedran Street. lockers
The ocean will be straight ahead. lockers

29 The son went fishing.


The daughter went snorkelling.
The parents slept at the beach.
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11 I’m sorry, you can’t take photographs in the 19 This is her favourite book. She’s read it
museum... twenty-five times.
...but you can buy postcards in the gift shop. This is his favourite toy. He always sleeps
I’m sorry, you can’t eat in the museum... with it.
...but you can eat in the cafe. This is his favourite chair. He always sits in it
I’m sorry, you can’t carry a rucksack in the when he reads the newspaper.
museum...
...but there are lockers near the toilets. 20 Would you like to meet my family?
This is my sister.
12 I want to see the sculptures. She’s listening to her favourite singer.
I’m going to the gift shop. This is my mother.
I want to see the fifteenth-century paintings. She’s watching her favourite film.
I’m going to find a locker.
21 This is my father.
13 He’s putting his rucksack into a locker. He’s watching his favourite team playing.
She works in the gift shop. My name is James...
Someone gave me a poster! ...and this is my favourite food!
Someone wrote me a postcard!
22 What’s your favourite team?
14 He’s showing his elbow to his mother. The Tigers are my favourite team!
She’s showing her arm to her daughter. What’s your favourite colour?
She’s showing the dress to her husband. Pink is my favourite colour.
She’s showing her painting to her father.
23 I was going to ride my motorbike...
15 I finished a painting yesterday. ...but I’m going to drive my car instead.
Really? Can you show me? You shouldn’t eat that before dinner.
I bought a dog today! Eat this banana instead.
Show me!
24 I was going to draw the cathedral...
16 Will you show me the postcards that you ...but I took a photograph instead.
bought? I was going to paint an apple...
They’re of the fifteenth-century paintings. ...but I ate it instead!
Will you show me the poster that you bought?
It’s of the twentieth-century sculpture. 25 I can’t take photographs in the museum...
...so I’ll buy postcards instead.
17 Horses are her favourite animals. I can’t eat this here...
Dogs are his favourite animals. ...so I’m going to eat it in the cafe instead.
Guitars are my favourite instruments. I can’t carry the rucksack into the museum...
Pianos are my favourite instruments. ...so I’ll put it in a locker instead.
18 She has taught art for twenty-five years. 26 It was too cold to go snorkelling, so we went
She’s taught art for twenty-five years. fishing instead.
She has already drunk a third of the milk. It’s raining and we can’t go hiking, so we’re
She’s already drunk a third of the milk. watching television instead.
He has taken his shirt out of the box. I can’t go ice skating, so let’s watch a film
He’s taken his shirt out of the box. instead.
He has been playing golf for ten years.
He’s been playing golf for ten years.

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1.3 Continued 1.4 Core Lesson

27 What was your favourite painting in the 01 The pupils are following their teacher.
museum? The baby ducks are following their mother.
My favourite painting was a twentieth-century The tourists are following their tour guide.
painting.
My favourite painting was an eighteenth- 02 Excuse me, where is the swimming pool?
century painting. Follow me.
My favourite painting was a twentieth-century Excuse me, where are the nineteenth-century
painting. French paintings?
Follow me.
28 I’m going to buy a poster of my favourite
painting. 03 A table for how many?
I thought you were going to buy a poster! A table for two, please.
The poster was too expensive, so I bought Follow me.
postcards instead. A table for how many?
A table for one, please.
29 What are you going to do today? Follow me.
I want to paint something like this.
What are your favourite colours? 04 A table for how many?
My favourite colours are blue, green and A table for three, please.
yellow. Follow me.
A table for how many?
30 I was going to paint something that looks like A table for four, please.
this eighteenth-century painting... Follow me.
...but painting is very difficult for me.
Instead of an eighteenth-century painting, it 05 I would like some coffee.
looks more like a twentieth-century painting. I’d like some coffee.
I would like some water.
I’d like some water.
We would like to rent skis.
We’d like to rent skis.
They would like to rent bicycles.
They’d like to rent bicycles.
06 Good evening. A table for how many?
Good evening. We’d like a table for four,
please.
Please follow me.
07 a menu
a menu
a menu
a bill
a bill
a tip
08 She needs glasses to read the menu.
He’s paying the bill.
The tip is on the table.

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09 What would you like to order? 17 beef with sauce
I’d like the salad, please. pasta with sauce
What would you like to order? mushrooms with sauce
I’d like the soup, please.
Here’s your salad... 18 seafood
...and here’s your soup. seafood
seafood
10 Are you ready to order? pork
Yes, I’d like the pasta, please. pork
Are you ready to order? lamb
Yes, I’d like the chicken, please.
19 seafood with sauce
11 a bottle seafood without sauce
a bottle pork without sauce
a bottle pork with sauce
a can lamb with sauce
a can lamb without sauce
a glass
20 Would you like to eat here or take away?
12 a glass of lemonade I’d like to eat here, please.
a can of lemonade Would you like to eat here or take away?
a bottle of lemonade I’d like to take away, please.
13 Here are your menus. 21 Would you like to eat here or take away?
Thank you. Take away, please.
Would you like to order something to drink? Would you like to eat here or take away?
Four bottles of water, please. I’d like to eat here, please.
14 What did she order to drink? 22 Would you like to eat here or take away?
She ordered a bottle of water. We’d like to take away, please.
What did he order to drink? Would you like to eat here or take away?
He ordered a can of lemonade. We’d like to eat here, please.
15 mushrooms 23 What would you like to order?
mushrooms I’d like to order a bottle of water.
mushrooms I’d like to order a can of lemonade.
onions I’d like to order the seafood with garlic sauce.
onions I’d like to order the lamb with tomatoes and
garlic onions.
16 a living room without a sofa 24 Do you have any questions?
a house without windows What’s your favourite soup on the menu?
a menu without words I like the vegetable soup. It’s spicy, but
a plate without food very good.
a pizza with mushrooms Thank you. I’d like to order that.
sandwiches with onions
water with lemon
bread with garlic and butter

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1.4 Continued 1.5 Milestone

25 What would you like to order? 01 What would you like to do today?
I’d like to order the pasta with seafood. I’d like to go on a tour of the city.
I’d like to order the pizza with mushrooms.
I’d like to order the lamb with tomatoes and 02 Good morning.
onions. Good morning.
I’d like to order the pork with rice and beans.
03 Are you the tour guide?
26 How does the pork taste? Yes, I’m the tour guide.
The pork tastes good, thank you.
How does the pizza taste? 04 What are you going to show us today?
The pizza tastes very good, thank you. Today, I’m going to show you the most
interesting buildings in the city.
27 How does the lamb taste?
The lamb tastes good, thank you. 05 This was the palace of one of our country’s
How does the pasta taste? most famous kings.
The pasta tastes good, thank you. The palace gardens are beautiful.

28 Are you ready for the bill now? 06 Was this palace built in the fifteenth century?
Yes. I’d like the bill, please. No, this palace wasn’t built in the fifteenth
Are you ready for the bill now? century. It was built in the sixteenth century.
Yes. We’d like the bill, please. 07 Do you have the guidebook?
29 I hope you liked your dinner. Yes, I have the guidebook.
Would you like to order dessert? 08 Are those the ruins of the ancient castle?
No, thank you. Yes, those are the ruins of the ancient castle.
Are you ready for the bill?
Yes please. 09 Was it built in the tenth century?
Here you go. Yes, it was built in the tenth century.
30 How much tip should I leave? 10 Are there tours of the castle?
Fifteen dollars. Yes, there are tours of the castle.
Okay, let’s go.
11 What are the castle’s opening hours?
The castle is open from nine o’clock to six
o’clock.
12 How much does it cost to get into the castle?
It costs eight euros.
13 Where should we eat lunch?
Here’s a leaflet for my brother’s restaurant.
14 How far is it?
It’s not far. We can walk to it.
15 A table for how many?
A table for two, please.
16 What would you like to order?
I’d like the lamb with onions, please.

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2.1 Core Lesson

17 What would you like to order? 01 ice hockey


I’d like the seafood with mushrooms, please. ice hockey
ice hockey
18 What was your favourite place that we basketball
saw today? basketball
My favourite was the palace and its gardens. baseball
19 What was your favourite place that we 02 The children are playing basketball.
saw today? His baseball team lost the match.
My favourite was the castle. He hurt his knee when he was playing
basketball.
20 How does your lamb taste? The ice hockey team is ice skating.
It tastes very good, thank you.
03 tennis
21 How does your seafood taste? baseball
It tastes very good, thank you. golf
22 Would you like the bill? football
I’m sorry, I don’t understand. It’s very loud! ice hockey
basketball
23 Would you like the bill?
Yes, I’d like the bill. 04 The girl is going to win the race.
The baseball team won the championship.
24 Did you have fun this morning? The red car is going to win the race.
Yes, I had fun this morning. The basketball team won the championship.

25 What would you like to do this afternoon? 05 My ice hockey team won the championship
I’d like to visit the palace gardens that fifteen years ago.
we saw. The brown horse is winning the race.
I won the golf championship.
Many people run in this race.
06 The yellow team probably will not win the
match.
The yellow team probably won’t win the
match.
I will not be able to watch television tonight.
I won’t be able to watch television tonight.
If you take this medicine, you will not be ill
tomorrow.
If you take this medicine, you won’t be ill
tomorrow.
07 If we win this match, then we’ll play in the
championship.
We’ll play in the championship.
If I win this match, then I’ll play in the
championship.
I won’t play in the championship.

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2.1 Continued

08 The basketball player is standing near the 17 Welcome! My name is Mary Prescott.
lockers. Our guest today is Hiro Tanaka, a baseball
The baseball player is throwing the ball. player.
The ice hockey players are ready to begin Last week, Hiro’s team won the Japanese
playing. Baseball Championship.
The football player is jumping to catch the Congratulations, Hiro!
ball. Thank you!
09 an artist 18 Did you learn to play baseball at school?
an artist No, my father taught me how to play.
an actress Baseball was his favourite hobby.
an actress Baseball was my hobby when I was a child.
I wanted to have a job in a hospital.
10 He’s my favourite actor.
The football player is tired. 19 Can you hear the television?
This artist is painting the city. No, I can’t hear the television. It’s not loud
The actress is crying. enough.
The baseball player’s clothes are dirty. Can you hear it now?
The artist is painting the mushrooms. Yes, I can hear it now.
11 I want to be an actor. 20 Can you hear the radio?
I want to be an ice hockey player. No, I can’t hear the radio. She’s hoovering.
I want to be an artist. Do you hear the train?
Yes, I hear the train.
12 They’re fishing together.
He’s fishing alone. 21 Can you hear me?
These basketball players are playing together. Can you hear me?
This basketball player is playing alone. Yes, I can hear you now.
13 The tourists are travelling together. 22 The cat can see the fish.
I’m travelling alone. He’s touching the window.
The children are drawing together. She’s tasting rice.
The artist is drawing alone. He’s smelling the flower.
14 We’re going to New York City together. 23 She’s smelling something.
I’m listening to the radio alone. She’s touching something.
The young woman is eating alone. She’s tasting something.
We like to play the piano together. She hears something.
She sees something.
15 Teaching is my job...
...but playing the guitar is my hobby. 24 It’s raining, but I forgot my umbrella.
Playing basketball is my hobby... I have an idea. Let’s use a newspaper.
...but my job is teaching people about the I need a ladder, but I don’t have one.
history of my city. I have an idea! Let’s use this chair.
Studying is my hobby...
...but playing the piano is my job. 25 First, he had an idea for a baseball stadium.
Then, he drew a drawing of a baseball
16 What’s your job? stadium.
I’m a police officer. Then, people built the baseball stadium.
Do you have any hobbies? Now, the baseball players play in the
Yes, I like to ride my bicycle after work. stadium.

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2.2 Core Lesson

26 He had an idea. 01 a lift


Now he knows that it was a bad idea. a hallway
She had an idea. stairs
Everyone believes that it was a good idea. a toilet
an escalator
27 Whose idea was it to throw the ball inside the a lobby
house?
It was my idea. I’m sorry. 02 They’re standing on the escalators.
It was a bad idea. She’s waiting for the lift.
Whose idea was it to make me breakfast? The business people are meeting in the lobby.
It was our idea. The doctors are talking in the hallway at the
It was a very good idea! Thank you! hospital.
The pupils are walking down the stairs.
28 Playing baseball in the house is a bad idea. They’re washing their hands in the sinks.
It’s a good idea to wash your hands before
you eat. 03 an escalator
Wearing a coat in the winter is a good idea. a lift
Wearing a suit when you swim is a bad idea. a lobby
stairs
29 Today, we’re talking to the famous artist, a toilet
Gareth Roberts. a hallway
His paintings have been in art museums in
Paris, Rome and London. 04 The kitchen is on the ground floor.
Welcome, Gareth! The bathroom is on the first floor.
I’m happy to be here. The boy’s bedroom is on the second floor.
The manager’s office is on the third floor.
30 Where do you get the ideas for your Their flat is on the second floor.
paintings? The supermarket is on the ground floor.
Sometimes, I get ideas when I’m travelling.
Sometimes, I get ideas when I listen to 05 The stairs go up to the fifth floor.
music. This escalator goes down from the second
I got the idea for this painting from a car floor to the first floor.
race. The lift is on the fourth floor, but the people
are waiting on the twelfth floor.
31 How long have you been an artist?
I have been painting since I was young. 06 Excuse me, where is Ms Taylor’s new office?
Do you have any hobbies? It’s on the third floor.
Yes, I play basketball on Saturdays. Where’s the lift?
Thank you for talking to me today, Gareth. In the hallway.
You’re welcome! Thank you.
You’re welcome.
07 This woman designs dresses.
Someone designed a house on this napkin.
This man designs gardens.
08 These engineers design aeroplanes.
These engineers design bridges.
These architects design office buildings.
This architect designs houses.

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2.2 Continued

09 The receptionist works on the first floor. 17 Would you like to meet me for lunch?
The architect’s office is on the fifth floor. Yes, I would. What time would you like to
The engineers work on the eleventh floor. meet?
Let’s meet at half-past twelve. Where would
10 These men are engineers. you like to eat?
This woman is an architect. There’s a restaurant on the fourth floor of my
These women are receptionists. office building. Let’s eat there.
This man is a receptionist.
18 I have an appointment with my manager at
11 The architect is presenting her idea for the ten o’clock.
hotel. He has a date with his girlfriend at five
The doctor is presenting his new medicine. o’clock.
The engineer is presenting his idea for a You have an appointment with Mr Jones at
faster aeroplane. two o’clock.
She has a date with her boyfriend at eight
12 What are you going to present today? o’clock.
Today, I’m going to present my idea for an
inexpensive laptop computer. 19 I’m sorry, Henry. I’m not able to meet you for
Who designed this computer? lunch.
My manager and I did it together. There’s an important appointment that I
forgot about.
13 The pupils are designing a car. That’s okay. We can meet tomorrow instead.
The pupils are presenting their idea for a car
to the teacher. 20 He has an appointment with an architect.
The engineers are designing a motorbike. He has a date with an architect.
The engineers are presenting their idea for a She has an appointment with an engineer.
motorbike to their manager. She has a date with an engineer.
14 This painting was painted by Leonardo da 21 I take my medicine every day with breakfast.
Vinci. She watches the news every evening at six
This book was written by Fiona Simpson. o’clock.
This pie was made by my mother. They go to church every Sunday morning.
This toy was designed for babies. They go on holiday every winter.
These shoes were designed for basketball
players. 22 I go to the supermarket every Wednesday.
This bicycle was designed for two people. I use the lift every day, because my office is
on the fourteenth floor.
15 This train was designed by a team of I celebrate my birthday every year.
Japanese engineers.
This photograph was taken by Jeff James. 23 She is ice skating for the first time today.
These shoes were designed for babies. She ice skates every day.
This guidebook was written for American They’re sleeping outside for the first time
tourists. tonight.
They sleep outside every night.
16 This painting was painted by Lucy Walker.
It was painted for her boyfriend. 24 He’s cutting his client’s hair.
This cake was made for my birthday. He’s meeting with his client in his office.
It was baked by my mother. She’s helping her clients choose somewhere
to go on holiday.
I make suits for my clients.

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2.3 Core Lesson

25 I’m sorry, Mrs Fields isn’t here. 01 a canyon


Would you like to leave a message? a coral reef
Yes please. This is Caroline Baker. a waterfall
I’d like to meet her at nine o’clock tomorrow. a river
Mrs Fields, a message was left for you by one a cave
of your clients. a volcano
Thank you.
02 They’re camping near a waterfall.
26 His friends aren’t home. He’s leaving No one is hiking on the volcano.
a message for them. She’s snorkelling near a coral reef.
Can I leave a message for Dr Tan? She’s hiking in a canyon.
Your client left a message for you, She’s fishing in the river with her grandfather.
Mr Anderson. He found a cave when he was hiking in the
woods.
27 She’s talking to her client.
She’s talking to her employee. 03 He’s going to explore a cave in Antarctica.
The architect is presenting his idea to They’re exploring a rainforest in Asia.
his employees. They’re exploring a coral reef near Australia.
The architect is presenting his idea to She’s exploring a desert in Africa.
his clients.
04 He’s exploring a cave.
28 Can I leave a message for Ms Lang? He’s exploring a coral reef.
Yes, you can. What’s the message? He’s exploring a canyon.
Can you say that she has an appointment at
half-past seven... 05 They’re fishing in a river.
...but don’t say that the appointment is He’s fishing in a lake.
with me. They’re fishing in an ocean.
He’s fishing in a waterfall.
29 Ms Lang, you have an appointment at half-
past seven. 06 The photographer has three cameras.
I didn’t know that my appointment was The scientist is studying the tomato.
with you! The photographer is cleaning her camera.
Will you marry me? The scientist has an idea.
Yes!
07 I have been a photographer for two years.
I’ve been a photographer for two years.
We have been married for twenty-five years.
We’ve been married for twenty-five years.
08 This is a team of scientists.
They will explore caves...
...and study animals and insects.
I’m a photographer.
I’ll travel with the scientists...
...and take photographs for a science
magazine.

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2.3 Continued

09 I’ve been a photographer for many years... 17 His camera battery is charged.
...and I have taken photographs on four Her mobile phone battery is dead.
continents... Our torch battery is almost dead!
...but I’ve never been in a cave. The camera battery is charging.
I think that they’re dangerous!
18 I need to charge my mobile phone battery!
10 The photographer is taking photographs of My camera battery is almost dead.
a cave. I need to charge my laptop battery.
The scientist is studying a cave. Do you have any batteries? Mine are almost
The photographer is taking photographs of dead.
a river.
The scientist is studying a river. 19 My mobile phone battery is charged.
His torch batteries are dead.
11 It’s dark in the cave. Her torch batteries are charged.
It’s light in the desert. My mobile phone battery is dead!
It’s dark in the woods.
It’s light in the tent. 20 Is it dangerous?
It’s dangerous, but we’ll be careful.
12 It’s dark in the cave, but light outside. Is it dark?
It’s dark in the kitchen, but light in the It’s dark, but we have torches.
refrigerator.
It’s dark in the living room, but light in the 21 We’ve brought our torches, batteries...
bedroom. ...a ruler, a thermometer, and a lot of rope.
It’s dark outside, but light in the house. We’re going to climb down these ropes...
...and then we’ll explore the cave.
13 It’s light outside!
It’s dark outside, but light inside! 22 What’s the temperature of the water?
It’s too dark to play golf. Twelve degrees.
It’s dark in the cinema. What happened?
All of the batteries are wet...
14 a battery ...and now the torch doesn’t work!
a battery
a battery 23 Please turn off your mobile phones.
a torch Please turn off the radio.
a torch Please turn on your torch.
a rope
24 The man is turning on the lamp.
15 He needs a new battery for his camera. The boy is turning on the television.
He’s wearing a torch on his head. The scientist is turning off his computer.
This toy uses two batteries. She’s turning off the cooker.
Throw me the rope!
He’s putting a lamp on his desk. 25 He turned on the cooker.
The men are climbing ropes. She turned off the computer.
I turned on the lamp.
16 a camera I turned off my mobile phone.
a rope
batteries 26 Turn on the television!
a torch Turn it off!
Turn off the lamp!
Turn it on!

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2.4 Core Lesson

27 What are we going to do? 01 The businessman leaves his house at


We can put the batteries from my camera in half-past six.
your torch. He returns home at seven o’clock.
Now you can see. The teacher leaves school at half-past three.
What’s that? She’ll return to school tomorrow at quarter
It’s an animal that I’ve never seen before! to eight.
My phone has a camera. Will you take a
photograph for me? 02 He’s leaving for the baseball match.
He’ll return from the baseball match in
28 Let’s leave the cave. six hours.
We’re almost outside! The family is leaving for their holiday.
Thank you for the batteries. They’re returning from their holiday.
Smile! She’s leaving for the supermarket.
She has returned from the supermarket.
03 I’m leaving for the library.
I’ll return in an hour.
We’re leaving for Brazil tonight.
We’ll return in a week.
They’re leaving for the concert now.
They’ll return home at midnight.
04 When are you leaving?
I’m leaving at eleven o’clock.
When will you return?
I’ll return at eight o’clock.
05 a letter box
post
a postman
a delivery van
06 She’s reading her post.
The letter box is full.
The delivery van is empty.
This postman works in a post office.
07 an envelope
a postcard
stamps
a parcel
08 She’s putting a stamp on an envelope.
The postwoman is putting post into a
letter box.
Her letter box is in the post office.

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2.4 Continued

09 a letter box 16 Please sign your cheque.


an envelope Please sign this paper.
post Please sign my book.
a postman Please sign this photograph.
stamps
a postcard 17 The artist is signing her painting.
a parcel She’s signing a cheque.
a delivery van She’s signing for a parcel.
He’s writing an email to his manager.
10 He’s delivering flowers to the house. The girl is writing a letter to her friend.
I deliver newspapers in the morning. The woman is writing a book.
She’s picking up a parcel from the
post office. 18 Today is my first day in my new job.
He’s picking up a parcel from the I work for the post office near the city centre.
receptionist. I’m a postman.
This is my delivery van.
11 The postman is picking up a parcel from the
office. 19 First, pick up all the post here.
The postman is delivering a parcel to the Then, put the post in your delivery van.
house. If you’re delivering a parcel, remember to ask
The postman is picking up the post from the them to sign here.
post office. Finally, return the delivery van to the post
The postman is delivering the post to the office.
house.
20 He sent the parcel.
12 I’m sending a letter to my friend. He signed for the parcel.
He’s sending a letter to his father. He received the parcel.
She’s sending a postcard to her friend. He delivered the parcel.

13 He’s going to send a parcel. 21 What’s your first name?


The postman delivered it. My first name is Sara.
I received a parcel from Grandad! What’s your surname?
My surname is Smith.
14 The children are giving something to their Yes, Sara Smith, here’s your name.
father. The doctor will see you in ten minutes.
The father received a tie from his children. Thank you.
She’s sending a letter to her friend.
I received a letter from my friend. 22 Hello, I believe you have a parcel for me.
Okay. What’s your surname?
15 The teacher gave the boy a book. My surname is Reynolds.
I received a book from my teacher. What’s your first name?
The postman delivered a parcel to the My first name is George.
woman. Here you go, Mr Reynolds.
I received a parcel from my sister.
She’s going to send a letter to her 23 What’s your name?
grandmother. Larry Brown.
Her grandmother received the letter. What’s your first name?
Larry.
What’s your surname?
Brown.

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2.5 Milestone

24 Hello. Is your surname Richards? 01 I had a lot of fun on our holiday.


Yes, it is. I should have taken a photograph of the
Please sign here, Mr Richards. waterfall that was near the palace. It was
beautiful!
25 Hello. Is your surname Richardson?
Yes, it is. 02 When is your appointment with your client?
Please sign here, Ms Richardson. My appointment with my client is in ten
minutes. I should go now.
26 The girl is trying to climb the tree.
The girl wasn’t able to climb the tree. 03 When will you return?
The boy is trying to climb over the fence. I’ll return in an hour.
The boy was able to climb over the fence.
04 Where did you buy that painting?
27 I tried to deliver your post. I bought this painting at the New Artists
I tried to cook dinner for my wife, but I put Festival.
the chicken in the oven for too long.
He’s trying to build something. 05 Hello.
Hello.
28 He jumped over the water.
He tried to jump over the water. 06 Are those paintings of escalators?
She tried to catch the pizza. Yes, these are paintings of escalators. I work
He caught the pizza. for a company that designs escalators.

29 What did you receive? 07 Are you an engineer?


I received a parcel. Yes, I’m an engineer, but painting is my
I didn’t order this! hobby.
What’s this?
I didn’t order this! 08 Do you have any paintings of waterfalls?
I’m sorry, I only have paintings of escalators.
30 I think the postman delivered the incorrect
parcel to me. 09 I’m looking for a photograph of a waterfall
Are you going to return it? for my wife. Do you have any idea of where I
I don’t know. should look?
I have an idea! Harry probably has something like that.

31 Where did you get the idea for your building, 10 Hello, my name is Harry.
Mr Richards? Hello. My name is Arthur Pirelli.
The postman delivered the wrong parcel 11 What’s this sculpture made of?
to me. This sculpture is made of letter boxes.
Where did you get the idea for your painting,
Ms Richardson? 12 Are you a postman?
The postman delivered the wrong parcel Yes, I’m a postman. I get my ideas when I
to me. drive my delivery van.
13 Are those paintings of stamps?
Yes, these are paintings of stamps.
14 Would you like to buy this one?
No, thank you. It’s too small.

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2.5 Continued 3.1 Core Lesson

15 Thank you. 01 He’s moving into his mother’s house.


You’re welcome. She’s visiting her mother.
The family is going to move to Paris.
16 When did you take this photograph? The woman and her boyfriend are going to
I took this photograph last year when I was visit Paris.
studying a volcano in Italy.
02 This is Emi. Her family moved here from
17 Are you a scientist? Manchester.
Yes, I’m a scientist, but taking photographs is We’re going to move next week.
my hobby. This family is moving from a flat into a house.
The employees are moving into a different
18 Do you have any photographs of waterfalls? office.
Yes, I have photographs of waterfalls, but I
didn’t bring them today. 03 The father began a new job last month...
...so we moved into a new house.
19 I can send one to you. I didn’t want to move...
That’s a good idea! ...because I was afraid that I wouldn’t meet
new friends.
20 Where should I send it to?
Please send it to my wife’s office. Her 04 When we were waiting to move into our
receptionist will sign for the parcel. new house...
...we packed for a week...
21 What’s her surname? ...and then we had to clean our flat.
Her surname is Pirelli.
05 a fireplace
22 What’s her first name? bookshelves
Her first name is Alice. a drawer
a balcony
23 When will she receive it? cupboards
She’ll probably receive it next week. a wardrobe
06 The drawers are full of towels.
She’s drinking coffee by the fireplace.
She’s watching her mother put the dishes in
the cupboard.
The girl likes to play in the wardrobe.
He’s looking for a dictionary on the
bookshelves.
He’s reading on the balcony.
07 a balcony
bookshelves
cupboards
a drawer
a fireplace
a wardrobe
08 The man opened his cupboard.
The boy opened the drawer.
I closed my wardrobe door.
He remembered to close the door behind him
when he took out the rubbish.

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09 Close the window! It’s cold! 17 What’s wrong?
When he opened the box he smiled, because I miss my husband.
cats are his favourite animals. What’s wrong?
He opened the doors to the balcony. I miss my grandad.
You forgot to close the refrigerator door. What’s wrong?
I miss my old school.
10 I hung those plants from the ceiling.
Do you want me to hang the painting here? 18 Last night, the man ate with his wife.
Please hang your dresses in the wardrobe. Now, the man misses his wife.
The woman is hanging something beautiful Yesterday, she played with her brother.
on the wall. Now, she misses her brother.
The boy hung his coat on the chair.
19 This is my neighbour. His house is next to
11 The umbrellas are hanging near the window. mine.
The clothes are hanging in the wardrobe. Those are my neighbours. They moved here
The flags are hanging from the ceiling. last month.
The spanners are hanging on the wall. The neighbours who live above us are loud.
My grandfather is our neighbour. He lives on
12 The painting is hanging above the fireplace. our floor.
The towel is hanging under the window.
I hung the drawing above the television. 20 Thank you for the tomatoes. You’re a good
My mother hangs her spoons under the neighbour!
cupboard. He’s working, but his neighbour is trying to
sleep.
13 She’s trying to close the drawer. The neighbours are playing near their houses.
I hung my rucksack under my photograph.
The man opened his letters. 21 She’s going to the supermarket.
Thank you for opening the door for me. I went to the supermarket.
Thank you for closing the door. He’s eating a sandwich.
The plates are hanging above the bed. I’ve eaten the sandwich.
14 Hang this shirt in the wardrobe, please. 22 They’re celebrating because they won the
Put these socks in the drawer, please. championship.
Put this T-shirt in the drawer, please. Did you hurt your elbow when you were
Hang these coats in the wardrobe, please. playing baseball?
She baked a cake this morning.
15 The clock is hanging above the painting. Her father kissed her before she went to
The spanners are hanging above the school.
screwdrivers.
The clock is hanging under the painting. 23 Did you go to the shop?
The spanners are hanging under the Yes, I went to the shop.
screwdrivers. Did you put the boxes in the wardrobe?
Yes, I put the boxes in the wardrobe.
16 She misses her mother...
...because her mother is in France on 24 Why didn’t you come to your appointment
business. yesterday?
I miss my dog... I didn’t come because I was ill.
...because it is lost. Did you watch a film last night?
They miss their friend... Yes, we watched a film.
...because he moved.

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3.1 Continued 3.2 Core Lesson

25 I’ll go to the shop. 01 The suitcase is locked.


I’m going to the shop. The door to his house is unlocked.
I went to the shop. The car is locked.
He’ll bring me a cup of coffee. The locker is unlocked.
He’s bringing me a cup of coffee.
He brought me a cup of coffee. 02 The car is locked, but he has a key.
He doesn’t have a key, and the door is locked.
26 Sometimes, he’s mean to his sister. The drawer is unlocked, so he can open it.
She’s always nice to her friend. The door is unlocked. Let’s go inside!
Be careful. This animal is mean.
Don’t be afraid. Her dog is nice. 03 The car is locked.
The car is unlocked.
27 It’s mean to laugh when someone falls. The locker is locked.
It’s nice to bring flowers to someone who’s The locker is unlocked.
in hospital.
It’s nice to give someone your seat on 04 a tap
the bus. a socket
It’s mean to eat cake that isn’t yours. a lock
a mop
28 Talking to the new pupil at school is nice. a bucket
Talking about the new pupil is mean. a brush
My new manager is mean.
I liked my old manager. He was nice. 05 She’s using the mop to clean the kitchen
floor.
29 Hello! My name is Rose. I’m your new The tap is on because the baby is taking a
neighbour. bath in the sink.
Nice to meet you. My name is Rebecca. The waitress has a brush.
I think we’ll go to the same school. They all want to use the socket.
Are the teachers nice there? The key is in the lock.
Yes, they’re very nice. He’s playing with a bucket at the beach.
That’s good. I had a mean teacher last year.
06 a lock
30 Mum, can I play with our new neighbour? a mop
Yes, you can. Have fun! a brush
a tap
a bucket
a socket
07 carpet
bricks
wire
pipes
roofs
boards
08 He likes to sit on the roof and play music.
He’s measuring the board.
She’s sitting on the white carpet.
He’s building a wall with bricks.
She doesn’t know which wire is correct.
He’s carrying a pipe.

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09 carpet 18 This tap is leaking.
bricks This tap has been replaced.
a pipe This pipe is leaking.
wire This pipe has been replaced.
a board
roof 19 The roof was damaged.
The roof has been replaced.
10 The tap is leaking. The boards were damaged.
The pipe is leaking. The boards have been replaced.
Oh no! My glass is leaking!
The socket was damaged. 20 My grandmother gave me this jumper.
The street is damaged. Although I don’t like purple...
The house was damaged. ...I’m going to wear it anyway.
My mother would like me to take out the
11 I can’t turn on the lamp because there’s no rubbish.
electricity. Although I don’t like taking out the rubbish...
We live in a house without electricity. ...I’m going to do it anyway.
Did you forget to pay for the electricity this
month? 21 Although I haven’t finished reading this
book...
12 The cooker uses electricity. ...I’m going to return it to the library anyway.
They’re cooking without electricity. This carpet is very ugly...
This watch doesn’t use electricity. ...but I like it anyway.
This clock uses electricity.
22 Although I’m ill...
13 Mum! There’s water on the bathroom floor! ...I have to go to school anyway.
The pipes are leaking. Although I’m ill...
Dad! The television doesn’t work. There’s no ...I have to go to work anyway.
electricity.
The wires are damaged. 23 It was quiet...
...until the children came home.
14 The plumber is repairing the pipes. How long will you be staying in the United
The electrician is repairing the wires. States?
The plumber is repairing the sink. I’ll be in the United States until the fifteenth
The electrician is repairing a socket. of June.
15 We need to call a plumber. 24 How long will you be staying in Mexico?
We need to call an electrician. I’ll be in Mexico until the twenty-first of May.
We need to call a police officer. They were eating outside...
We need to call a doctor. ...until it began to rain.
16 The plumber is buying pipes. 25 I want to play with my brother. I’ll have to
The electrician is buying wire. wait until he returns home from school.
I’m studying to be a plumber. I’m very tired. I’ve been working since five
I’m studying to be an electrician. o’clock this morning.
They’ve been watching television since they
17 The man is replacing an old socket. returned from school.
He’s replacing the battery. She watched the film until she was tired.
We replaced our carpet.

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3.2 Continued 3.3 Core Lesson

26 It was difficult to clean the floor until I 01 The doll is sitting on a blanket.
replaced my brush. This is a red balloon.
This flat is where we used to live. The boy is running with his kite.
I ate a lot of interesting food when I was on This cuddly toy looks like a tiger.
holiday in Asia. One of the blocks is red.
A child is playing with the jigsaw.
27 I took the bus to school when I was young.
This was broken until I repaired it. 02 The boys like to play with blocks.
Someone sailed this boat, but now it’s The girl is playing with her doll, but her
damaged. friends are looking at clothes.
We had bicycles when we lived in Paris. He’s holding many balloons.
She’s reading to her cuddly toys.
28 This is small. The family is running on the beach with their
This was small. kites.
His shoes are clean. They’re playing with a jigsaw.
His shoes were clean.
03 a jigsaw
29 I’m going to call the plumber. dolls
No, don’t call the plumber. I can repair it. a cuddly toy
Should I call the electrician? a kite
Yes, call the electrician. I don’t know how to balloons
repair the wires. blocks
30 Hello, my family and I moved to this house 04 a skateboard
yesterday. a helmet
There’s no electricity. Can you help us? headphones
Yes, I can come tomorrow at ten o’clock. Will a video game
someone be at home?
Yes, someone will be at home. Thank you. 05 He’s using headphones to listen to music on
his computer.
They’re playing a video game.
She’s riding a skateboard.
They always wear helmets when they’re riding
their bicycles.
06 a skateboard
a helmet
headphones
a video game
07 They lost their balloon.
He had lost his cuddly toy, but then he
found it.
The boy broke his toy, but his grandfather is
helping him to repair it.
The egg broke when it fell on the floor.

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08 I broke my skateboard, so I tried to repair it. 17 The brother and sister are fighting over a
I wasn’t able to repair the skateboard, so I video game.
replaced it. The sisters are fighting over the jigsaw.
I lost my doll, so I tried to look for it. The girls are fighting over a doll.
I found it in the car.
18 What happened?
09 I’ve just made this toy. We were just fighting over the headphones...
I’ve just painted this toy. ...and we broke them.
I’ve just bought this toy.
He’s about to give her flowers. 19 The boys are fighting over the blocks.
She’s about to throw the flowers. The boys are sharing the blocks.
He’s about to catch the flowers. The boys are fighting over the headphones.
The boys are sharing the headphones.
10 I’m about to clean the floor.
I just cleaned that floor five minutes ago! 20 Are bananas your favourite fruit?
I’m about to buy a car. No, I prefer apples to bananas.
I just bought this car yesterday! Do you like to play the piano?
Yes, but I prefer to play the guitar.
11 He’s about to send this parcel.
Their child has just been born. 21 Which colour shirt do you prefer?
His skateboard has just broken. I prefer the green shirt.
We’re about to go to a play. Which colour towels do you prefer?
I prefer the pink towels.
12 He’s broken his key.
I’ve lost my keys! 22 Which house do you prefer?
I’ve broken my skateboard! I prefer the new house to the old one.
She’s lost her skateboard. Which car do you prefer?
I prefer the old car to the new one.
13 Are you already hungry? We’ve just eaten an
hour ago! 23 She’s embarrassed because she wore the
He just bought a book this morning, and he’s wrong clothes.
already read half of it. I’m worried that no one will come to my party.
You’ve just received those blocks, and you’ve You brought me flowers! What a surprise!
already built a castle! She’s surprised that she slept until
twelve o’clock.
14 They’ll climb up the mountain this afternoon.
They’re about to climb up the mountain. 24 I’m worried because my daughter is ill.
They’re climbing up the mountain. Don’t worry, she’ll be fine.
They’ve just climbed up the mountain. I’m embarrassed because my mother kissed
They climbed up the mountain last month. me in front of my friends.
She did that because she loves you.
15 These brothers share a bedroom. Surprise!
She’s sharing a bicycle with her husband. I’m surprised that you remembered my
These children are sharing a sandwich. birthday!
16 She’s sharing a taxi with her manager.
They’re sharing the headphones.
She’s sharing an umbrella with her husband.

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3.3 Continued 3.4 Core Lesson

25 I’m embarrassed because I forgot my 01 a crossroads


trousers. a traffic light
He’s worried because his daughter is driving a car park
badly. an engine
I just woke up and you’ve already made a bonnet
breakfast for me. What a surprise! a boot
I’m worried that my son will get hurt because
he’s not wearing a helmet. 02 The car park is full.
The child is surprised because his father gave She’s repairing the engine in her car.
him a dog. The traffic light is green.
They’re embarrassed because their baby is The boot is closed.
crying in the airport. There isn’t any snow on the crossroads now.
The bonnet is open.
26 What’s wrong?
I’m worried because I just remembered that 03 a car park
I’m meeting my girlfriend for dinner soon... a traffic light
...and today is her birthday. I didn’t buy a boot
anything for her! a crossroads
What should I do? an engine
Don’t worry. If you buy her some flowers... a bonnet
...she won’t know that you forgot her birthday.
04 oil
27 What’s wrong? a tyre
I’m worried because I have to pick up my a mechanic
friend at the airport... a crossing
...and I’m lost. I can’t find the airport! a pavement
Don’t worry. If you turn left at the next street a tunnel
and drive for two miles...
...you’ll see signs for the airport. 05 We’re walking on a crossing.
Okay, thank you! I’m replacing a tyre on my car.
The car is leaking oil.
28 What’s wrong? I’m a mechanic.
My friend and I were just fighting over my She’s walking on the pavement.
new skateboard... There’s an escalator in the tunnel.
...and we broke it!
I’m worried that my parents are going to be 06 a mechanic
angry with me! oil
tyres
29 Don’t worry. I can repair your skateboard. a crossing
Instead of fighting over your toys... a tunnel
...you should share them with your friends. a pavement
Thank you!
07 The businessmen are entering the hotel
lobby.
He’s stopping to ask a question.
The businesspeople are exiting the lift.
The girl is entering the house.
Stop.
The man and the woman are exiting the
building.

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08 If the traffic light is red, you have to stop. 16 The car is driving towards the tunnel.
If there’s a fire, you can exit to the right The car is entering the tunnel.
or left. The car is passing through the tunnel.
The concert has already started. Please be The car is exiting the tunnel.
quiet when you enter the theatre. The car is crossing the bridge.
09 The train is exiting a tunnel. 17 There’s a problem with my boot. It won’t
The car stopped for the children on the close.
crossing. There’s a problem with my car. Oil is leaking.
The tourists are about to enter the museum. There’s a problem with the pipes. There’s
The taxi is turning right at the crossroads. water on the floor.
10 The businessman is entering the office 18 I have a problem.
building. I carried my laptop computer badly...
The businessman is exiting the office ...and now it won’t turn on.
building. Excuse me...
The family is entering the hospital. ...I have a problem.
The family is exiting the hospital. I received the incorrect parcel!
11 Look at that bird! 19 What did the mechanic say?
She’s looking at the bird. He said that there was a problem with the
Look at the moon! engine leaking oil.
He’s looking at the moon. Are there any problems with the tyres?
No. The tyres are fine.
12 Before you exit the car park, stop.
Okay. I’m stopping the car. 20 I’m sorry my baby is crying.
No problem. I’m listening to music.
13 Look at the traffic light. I’m sorry, we don’t have the fish today.
I’m looking at the traffic light. It’s green. No problem. I’ll order the chicken instead.
Look at the crossroads.
I’m looking at the crossroads. There aren’t 21 Go to your bedroom!
any cars. Finish eating all of your vegetables!
If there are no cars, turn right. Please close the door!
I’m going to turn right.
22 Turn right.
14 He’s driving towards the mountains. Follow me.
The bus is passing through a tunnel. Open your boot, please.
The businessman is crossing the street.
The children are running towards the ocean. 23 Excuse me, where is the toilet?
The cat is passing through a tunnel. Go straight on...
He’s crossing the river on his bicycle. ...and it’s the second door on the right.
Where’s the toilet?
15 I took this photograph when a bird passed Go straight on...
through the window. ...and it’s the second door on the right.
He’s crossing a bridge on his skateboard.
They’re walking towards a crossroads. 24 Turn off your mobile phones.
Throw me the ball!
Tidy your bedroom today!
Meet me in my office at three o’clock.

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3.4 Continued 3.5 Milestone

25 Look at the road! 01 Hello. How can I help you?


Look at the road, please! My friend and I have just moved to Glasgow
Stop the car! and we’re looking for a flat.
Stop the car, please!
02 Why are you moving to Glasgow?
26 She has a flat tyre. We want to live in Glasgow for a year so that
The bicycle has a flat tyre. we can practise English.
I have a problem. I have a flat tyre.
03 I have four different flats that I can show you
27 Now turn right at this crossroads. today. Are you ready to go?
Please be careful! Yes, we’re ready.
What happened?
04 Why is the lobby dark?
28 We have a problem. The lobby is dark because there’s a problem
You drove badly. with the electricity.
Now we have a flat tyre.
I’m sorry! 05 I think the wires are damaged.
You’re probably right. I think that the wires
29 Can you repair the tyre? are damaged, too.
No, but let’s replace the tyre together.
Now we can go to the mechanic. 06 Who are you calling?
I’m calling the receptionist at my office.
30 Excuse me, we have a problem. She’ll ask an electrician to replace the wires.
We have a flat tyre.
Can you replace it? 07 Is it locked or unlocked?
Yes, I can replace it. It’s locked.
Thank you.
No problem. 08 Do you have the key for the lock?
Yes, I have the key for the lock.
09 Does the tap leak?
Yes, the tap leaks.
10 No problem. I’ll call a plumber.
11 Why is there a bucket under the sink?
There’s a bucket under the sink because the
pipe is broken.
12 Will the plumber also replace the broken
pipe?
Yes, the plumber will also replace the broken
pipe.
13 I’m embarrassed. I’m sorry about this...
...but I think that you’ll like the other flats
that I’m about to show you.
14 The flat that we just looked at was beautiful.
Yes, but it was too expensive.

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4.1 Core Lesson

15 I’m worried that we won’t find a good flat 01 a launderette


today. a washing machine
Don’t worry. I think that we’ll find a flat that a dryer
we like. a dry-cleaners
a label
16 Is the flat above the toy shop? a pocket
Yes, the flat is above the toy shop.
02 She’s holding her baby and putting towels in
17 Where’s Valerie? She said she would meet us the washing machine.
here at four o’clock. He likes to read at the launderette.
There she is. She’s walking towards us. His shirt was in the dryer for too long.
There’s a blue pen in his pocket.
18 I’m sorry that I’m late. I had a flat tyre! The label says that you shouldn’t drink this.
No problem. The woman is paying at the dry-cleaners.
19 Did you call a mechanic? 03 He goes to the launderette to wash his
Yes, I called a mechanic. clothes.
20 Look! A fireplace! She’s putting her dirty clothes in the washing
Look! A balcony! machine.
He’s looking for a shirt at the dry-cleaners.
21 Are the neighbours nice? She’s reading the label.
Yes, the neighbours are nice. The girl’s hands are in her pockets.
The towels are on the dryer.
22 Do you like the flat?
Yes, I like the flat! 04 She’s trying to fold the map.
He’s ironing his shirt.
23 Would you like to rent the flat? They’re folding napkins.
Yes, we’d like to rent the flat! She’s ironing her dress.
24 Are you the new neighbours? 05 I ironed your clothes for you.
Yes, we’re the new neighbours. He’s folding the paper.
They’re folding their baby’s blanket.
The father is teaching his daughter how to
iron her clothes.
06 She’s tearing the paper.
They’re sewing a shirt.
He has torn his trousers.
I’m sewing a dress for my granddaughter.
07 She’s teaching her daughter how to sew.
I tore my T-shirt during my basketball match.
She tore the envelope when she opened it.
Our mother sews most of our clothes.
08 He’s tearing his shirt.
He’s sewing his shirt.
He’s ironing his shirt.
He’s folding his shirt.

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4.1 Continued

09 handbags 15 I’m washing my hands before I eat lunch.


a scarf She’s reading while her husband watches
boots television.
a wallet He’s going to go to work after he irons his
gloves clothes.
a coat She’s folding her clothes before she puts
them in the drawers.
10 She’s carrying her dog in her handbag. I took these photographs while I was in Africa
My scarf is purple, white and orange. last year.
It’s a good idea to wear gloves when you work She’s putting on her scarf after she put on
in the garden. her coat.
He forgot his wallet on his desk.
It’s a good idea to wear boots when it’s 16 I tore my jacket while I was hiking.
raining. I ironed your shirt while I was watching the
He hung his coat on the door when he news.
came home. He found some money while he was folding
his clothes.
11 He bought me these boots when he was in The parcel came while they were sewing the
Mexico. blanket.
I wore this scarf when I visited France.
She wears gloves when it’s cold outside. 17 They ate lunch during the ice hockey match.
It’s cold near the lake, so we wore our coats. He hurt his knee while he was playing
My wallet was full until I went on a date with basketball.
my girlfriend. She’s sleeping during the film.
She hung her handbag on her chair before Her friend called while she was watching the
she sat down. film.
12 She’s putting on a glove. 18 He’s eating lunch before he runs.
He’s taking off his sock. He’s eating lunch while he’s running.
He’s taking off his trousers. He’s eating lunch after he has run.
He’s putting on a jacket.
19 I played football this morning.
13 She’s taking off her shirt. I used to play tennis when I was a child.
I’m putting on my jumper. She sewed this dress this week.
The children are putting on their socks. Our grandmother and her sisters used to sew
He took off his jacket. the family’s clothes.
14 He’s taking off his gloves. 20 I bought a fish while I was at the shop.
He’s putting on his gloves. She brought him coffee while he was reading
She’s putting on her boots. the newspaper.
She’s taking off her boots. While we were at the launderette, we folded
the sheets.
While she was walking to work, her shoe broke.
21 He ate lunch while he was waiting for the train.
When she was eating dinner, her friend called.
When I was walking to the supermarket, I lost
my handbag.
We were travelling in Europe when we took
this photograph.

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4.2 Core Lesson

22 You can turn either left or right. 01 He’s trying to take off his ring, but it’s too
He can only turn right. small.
They can turn neither left nor right. They can I hope you like this necklace.
only go straight on. Many women from my country wear bracelets
like these.
23 What should I wear tonight? She’s choosing which earrings to buy.
You should wear either the blue jacket or the
grey jacket. 02 She has rings on her fingers.
He chose to wear neither the grey jacket nor There are bracelets of many different colours.
the blue jacket. The girl received a necklace for her birthday.
What can I have for breakfast? The two sisters are wearing the same earrings.
You can have either eggs or fruit.
She’s having eggs for breakfast. 03 She’s wearing a necklace.
She’s wearing earrings.
24 The man will wear either the grey tie or the She’s wearing a bracelet.
brown tie to work today. She’s wearing a ring.
The woman is wearing neither socks nor
shoes. 04 These men have beards.
I think that this parcel is either my new boots My hair is grey, but my moustache is brown.
or the shoes that you ordered. The girls are playing with their mother’s
This shirt is neither black nor brown. make-up.
She has worn this perfume for the last
25 Hello. My suit jacket is torn. twenty-five years.
Can you repair it? It’s a good idea to put on deodorant in the
The pocket is badly torn. It’ll be difficult to morning.
repair. He always puts his contact lenses in before
When will you need the jacket? he drives to work.
I’m going to a wedding on Saturday.
We’ll try to have it repaired by Friday evening. 05 I have glasses, but I’m going to wear my
contact lenses today.
26 I found a credit card in the pocket of Mr The baby has make-up on his face.
Allen’s jacket. He has a white beard, white trousers and a
I’ll call him and say that we have it. white shirt.
Hello, Mr Allen? This is Cindy at Ellis Dry- I don’t have any more deodorant.
Cleaning. The grandfather has a moustache.
We found your credit card in the pocket of Do you think this perfume smells nice?
your suit jacket.
Would you come and pick it up? 06 perfume
I will! Thank you very much. a moustache
deodorant
27 Thank you for calling me. a contact lens
You’re welcome. Here’s your credit card. a beard
Wait! I just finished repairing your suit jacket! make-up
This really is the best dry-cleaners in the city!
Thank you. 07 The man is teaching his son how to shave.
The women are putting on their make-up.
The woman is dying her client’s hair.
She’s putting on her make-up in the car.
This man shaved off half his beard.
I dyed my hair red.

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4.2 Continued

08 He’s about to shave. 17 It’s cold. I’ll button up your coat for you.
He dyed his hair blond. It’s cold. I’m going to zip up your coat.
She’s putting on her make-up. He buttoned up his shirt, but his tie is too
short.
09 I have a date with Jill tonight. He didn’t button up his shirt because he’s
First, I have to shave. late for work.
Next, I need to put on deodorant.
I have a date with Jack tonight. 18 He’s buttoning up his coat.
First, I have to put on my make-up. He’s zipping up his coat.
Then, I’ll wear the necklace and earrings My mother is zipping up my dress.
that he gave to me. My mother is buttoning up my dress.
10 I’ve finished shaving. 19 Let’s put on our coats and go skiing.
I’ve dyed my hair. Let’s eat at the Italian restaurant for dinner.
I’ve put on my make-up. Let’s not go to the palace. The guidebook
says it’s too expensive.
11 Her hair is curly. Let’s play a game.
Her hair is curly.
His hair is straight. 20 Would you help me to make a salad for
His hair is straight. dinner, please?
Let’s make a salad for dinner.
12 This girl has long hair. Would you help me fold the clothes, please?
She has short grey hair. Let’s fold the clothes.
He has short hair.
They have long hair. 21 First, I’ll button up my shirt.
Next, I’ll put on my jacket.
13 My daughter has curly hair because First, I’ll zip up my dress.
I have curly hair. Next, I’ll put on my shoes.
Your long hair is beautiful.
I have short hair and I dye it red. 22 This film is making them laugh.
My friend has straight hair like me. This book is making her cry.
Looking at old photographs always makes me
14 His hair is long and straight. smile.
His hair is short and straight.
His hair is long and curly. 23 Dancing makes me happy.
His hair is short and curly. Reading makes me tired.
Running makes me thirsty.
15 I can button up my shirt. Playing with children makes me happy.
She’s zipping up her boot.
I buttoned up my jacket badly! 24 The rain is making her sad.
Can you help me to zip up my dress? The rain is making them happy.
This film makes me sad.
16 It’s hot near the fireplace. I’m going to This film makes me happy.
unzip my coat.
He unbuttoned his shirt because it’s hot. 25 His scarf is made of wool.
I don’t need help, Mum. I can button up These towels are made of cotton.
my shirt. Her shirt is made of silk.
I’m zipping up my jumper. His wallet is made of leather.
This shop sells necklaces made of gold.
These forks, knives, and spoons are made
of silver.

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4.3 Core Lesson

26 We’re wearing leather jackets. 01 My son is ill...


She’s wearing a silk dress. ...but my daughter is well.
I love having clean cotton sheets on my bed! I’m ill...
My jumper and hat are made of wool. ...but my wife is well.
This gold watch costs a hundred and
seventy-five dollars. 02 I run in the morning when I’m well...
My earrings are made of silver. ...but this morning I can’t run because I’m ill.
I swim on Tuesdays when I’m well...
27 This sheet is made of cotton. ...but this Tuesday I can’t swim because
This sheet is made of silk. I’m ill.
These gloves are made of leather.
These gloves are made of wool. 03 He’s well.
This ring is made of silver. She’s ill.
This ring is made of gold. She’s well.
He’s ill.
28 The label says that this shirt was made in
India. 04 I’m not coming to work today. I’m really ill.
The label says that this jumper was made in Okay. Get well soon!
the United Kingdom. Thank you!
The label says that this handbag was made in It was nice of you to visit me in hospital.
Italy. Get well soon!
The label says that these boots were made in Thank you.
Brazil.
05 He’s about to sneeze.
29 This car was made in the United States. She’s been coughing since she arrived this
This jewellery was made in Mexico. morning.
These clothes were made in India. I can’t sleep because I’m coughing a lot.
When I visit friends who have dogs, I always
30 These dolls were made in Russia. sneeze.
These violins are made of wood.
These handbags were made in Italy. 06 What’s wrong?
These boots are made of leather. I’ve been sneezing all day. I think that I’m ill.
Get well soon!
31 Good evening Jill! You look beautiful in What’s wrong?
that dress. I’ve been coughing all day. I think that I’m ill.
Thank you! It was made in Italy. Get well soon!
Are you ready to go to the party?
Yes, let’s go! 07 She’s worried because her son can’t stop
coughing.
He’s not going to work because he’s coughing
a lot.
She can’t sleep because her husband has
been sneezing all night.
I’m going to sneeze again!
08 Have you been coughing?
Yes, I’ve been coughing.
Have you been sneezing?
Yes, I’ve been sneezing.

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4.3 Continued

09 Bless you! 18 I’ve been playing ice hockey since I was


Thank you. seven years old.
Bless you! I’m playing ice hockey today.
Thank you. They’ve been baking since five o’clock this
morning.
10 I’m about to sneeze! They baked this cake yesterday.
Bless you!
19 I started studying at nine o’clock this morning.
11 Bless you! I’ve been studying for three hours.
Bless you! I’ve been studying all day!
12 He’s been ill for four days... 20 I’ve been hiking for three weeks.
...and he’s still ill today. She’s been studying French for four years.
She had been ill for three days... We’ve been working at the dry-cleaners for
...but she’s not ill any more. seven months.
They’ve been travelling in Germany for
13 Are you still asleep? You should have been at six weeks.
work an hour ago! You’ve been watching television for seven
My hair isn’t brown any more. I dyed it red! hours! Go outside!
I used to have a beard, but I don’t have one He’s been playing with his kite all afternoon.
any more.
Although I’m an adult now, I still like playing 21 I’m staying home from school because I have
video games. a rash on my face.
I went hiking yesterday and now I have a rash
14 She began studying this morning... on my leg.
...and she’s still studying. She thought that was going to be fun, but
He began studying this morning... now she feels ill.
...but he isn’t studying any more. She feels ill because she’s on an aeroplane.
15 Your head is very hot. I think you have a 22 I’m sneezing because I’m allergic to cats.
fever. I’m allergic to seafood. If I eat it, I’ll feel ill.
My temperature is forty degrees. I have a I think I’m allergic to wool, this jumper has
fever. given me a rash.
I’m worried because you still have a fever. I’m
going to call the doctor. 23 I’m allergic to this plant. It gives me a rash.
Your temperature is thirty-seven degrees. You My son is afraid of this insect because he’s
don’t have a fever. You have to go to school! allergic to it.
She’s allergic to flowers. She sneezes when
16 I’ve been coughing and sneezing for three she’s near them.
days and now I have a fever.
It’s difficult for me to sleep because I can’t 24 Are you allergic to seafood?
stop coughing! Yes, I am, but I haven’t eaten any seafood.
Take this medicine for your fever. Are you allergic to cats?
If you still have a fever tomorrow, call me. I don’t know if I’m allergic to cats or not.
You’re probably allergic to cats and that’s why
17 How long has he been coughing? you have a rash.
He’s been coughing for three days.
How long have you had a fever? 25 Her arm is in a cast.
I’ve had a fever for two days. Her leg is in a cast.
She’s helping me walk with crutches.
I’m practising walking with my crutches.

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4.4 Core Lesson

26 It hurt when I broke my arm, but I like my 01 the dairy section


pink cast. the dairy section
He broke his leg, so he has to walk with the dairy section
crutches until it heals. the produce section
Your arm was broken, but it’s healing well. the produce section
Your cast is off, but your leg is still healing. the meat section
Please be careful.
02 The man is weighing the apples in the
27 I have a fever. produce section.
I feel ill. She’s choosing milk in the dairy section.
I’m wearing a cast. He’s choosing pork in the meat section.
I’m using crutches.
03 Can you show me where to find the milk,
28 What happened? please?
I broke my leg. Here in the dairy section.
How did that happen? Where are your fresh vegetables?
I broke my leg when I fell off my bicycle. Here in the produce section.
When will it heal? Where’s the beef?
The doctor says it’ll heal in six weeks. Here in the meat section.

29 His face is swollen. 04 The man is pouring medicine into the cup.
The animal’s ear is itchy. The girl is pouring juice into cups.
My eye is swollen. The girl is stirring something in a bowl.
This jumper makes my arm itchy because I’m stirring the vegetables.
I’m allergic to wool. 05 They’re cutting vegetables to make a salad.
The businessman is stirring his tea.
30 What’s wrong? He’s pouring coffee into his wife’s cup.
My eye’s swollen and it hurts. Please pour the milk into the bowl while your
What’s wrong? sister stirs.
I have a rash on my hand. It’s itchy. I’ll add some salt while you stir the sauce.
31 His arm is swollen. You’ve cut the tomatoes very well!
His arm is broken. 06 I’m going to make an apple cake. Do you
His arm is itchy. want to help?
His arm has healed. First, we’ll cut the apples.
Next, we’ll add the sugar.
32 How are you?
I’m well, thank you. I don’t have a fever 07 She is pouring the coffee.
any more. She is stirring the coffee.
Are you still coughing and sneezing? I’m stirring the milk.
No. I haven’t coughed or sneezed for two days. I’m pouring the milk.
Why are you here?
08 a spoon
I think I’m allergic to the medicine you gave
a frying pan
me. Now I have a rash!
a pot
a knife
09 He’s pouring eggs into the frying pan.
The pot is on the cooker, to the right of
the bowls.
He’s using a knife to cut the fish.
They’re stirring the sauce with spoons.

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4.4 Continued

10 She’s in a shop that sells spices. 17 Grilled pork is my favourite food.


He’s going to eat cereal. Fried chicken is my favourite food.
The children are in a shop that sells I’m frying vegetables for dinner.
ice cream. We’re grilling vegetables for dinner.
I have a bowl full of nuts!
18 boiled meat
11 It’s nice to share ice cream with your sister. fried meat
I sell spices. grilled meat
The animal is eating a nut. burnt meat
The father is going to pour milk into his
son’s cereal. 19 I’m a vegetarian. I don’t eat meat.
No thank you. I’m a vegetarian.
12 spices My son would like the grilled vegetables.
ice cream He’s a vegetarian.
spoons
knives 20 Do you have a vegetarian pasta?
a frying pan No, but we have a seafood pasta.
a pot Can I have it without seafood? I’m a
cereal vegetarian.
nuts Yes, you can have it with a tomato sauce.

13 Someone is boiling water. 21 a vegetarian salad


Someone is boiling seafood. a salad with meat
Someone is boiling pasta. a pizza with meat
I’ve burnt the chicken again! a vegetarian pizza
The fish is burnt.
The bread is burning. 22 I had never broken a bone before today.
I’d never broken a bone before today.
14 Now, we put in the nuts, eggs, spices They had run for three hours when they
and flour. finished the race.
Use this spoon to stir. They’d run for three hours when they finished
Next, I’ll pour it in here. the race.
Now can we bake it? We had travelled to Europe before this
Be careful, the oven is hot. holiday, but not to the United Kingdom.
If it’s in the oven for more than fifty minutes, We’d travelled to Europe before this holiday,
the cake will burn. but not to the United Kingdom.
He had already seen this film three times,
15 We’re grilling vegetables. but he was about to see it again.
The boy is frying eggs. He’d already seen this film three times,
Someone is frying beef and vegetables in a but he was about to see it again.
frying pan.
I grilled this meat for dinner. 23 I’ve just eaten seafood for the first time.
I had lived in the mountains since I was
16 grilled beef a child...
grilled vegetables ...and I’d only seen good, fresh seafood on
fried onions television.
fried chicken
boiled eggs
boiled potatoes

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4.5 Milestone

24 I’ve lived in New York for two years. 01 Hello.


I’d lived in New York for two years before Hello.
I moved here.
I’ve never had fried chicken before. I don’t 02 Why are you on crutches?
know if I’ll like it. I’m on crutches because I’ve just broken my
I’d never had it before last year. Now I love it! leg. I fell off my skateboard.

25 We’ve never made an apple cake before. Why 03 I hope it heals soon.
are we making it today? Thank you.
Your friend, Hugo, and his mother, Victoria,
will be coming to our house tonight. 04 Are you going to the Pirellis’ party tonight?
I’m going to grill either chicken or beef for Yes, we’re going to the Pirellis’ party tonight.
dinner. 05 We’ll see you then!
Then we’ll have apple cake with ice cream Goodbye!
for dessert.
06 Can I help you?
26 Neither the eggs nor the meat are in the I’ve torn the pocket of my suit jacket.
frying pan.
The meat is in the frying pan but the eggs 07 Can you sew it before six o’clock?
are not in the frying pan. Yes, I can sew it before six o’clock.
Both the eggs and the meat are in the
frying pan. 08 This looks like Italian silk.
Yes, it was made in Italy.
27 Neither the chicken nor the beef is burnt.
Both my son and I like to fish. 09 Atishoo!
Both the boy and the girl are eating cereal Bless you!
for breakfast.
Neither the spoon nor the pot is in the sink. 10 Are you ill?
Yes, I’m ill.
28 Both oranges and bananas are sold in the
produce section. 11 Get well soon!
Neither the woman nor her boyfriend is a Thank you. Goodbye!
vegetarian.
Both the man and the woman are eating 12 What should we make for the party?
ice cream. I don’t know what we should make for
The vegetables have been neither boiled the party.
nor grilled. 13 Is Mrs Pirelli allergic to anything?
29 We can have neither chicken nor beef No, she isn’t allergic to anything, but she
for dinner. is a vegetarian.
Why not? 14 Is Mr Pirelli a vegetarian?
Neither Hugo nor Victoria eat meat. Both of No, he isn’t a vegetarian, but he is allergic
them are vegetarians. to nuts.
I didn’t know that they were vegetarians.
Let’s make grilled vegetables and rice 15 We can make a vegetable soup with some
instead. Indian spices.
Then everyone will be able to eat something That’s a good idea!
they like.

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4.5 Continued

16 Will you stir the soup while I look for my


wallet?
Yes, I’ll stir the soup after I finish shaving.
17 Where’s the spoon?
The spoon is in the drawer.
18 I like your necklace and earrings!
Thank you!
19 You look different! Did you shave off your
beard?
Yes, I shaved off my beard.
20 This soup is very good!
Thank you!
21 You speak English very well. How long have
you been studying it?
I’ve been studying it since we moved here a
month ago.
22 Have you been studying English alone?
No, we’ve both been studying English.

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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
N n
O o
P p
Q q
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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 (31), 1.2 (21), 1.3 (40), 1.4 (34), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (11), 4.3 (7),
1.5 (4), 2.1 (17), 2.2 (27), 2.3 (45), 4.4 (10), 4.5 (1)
2.4 (39), 2.5 (10), 3.1 (23), 3.2 (28), Anderson 2.2 (1)
3.3 (30), 3.4 (43), 3.5 (13), 4.1 (22), angry 3.3 (1)
4.2 (17), 4.3 (23), 4.4 (29), 4.5 (6) animal 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
a.m. 1.1 (4) animal’s 4.3 (1)
able 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1), animals 1.3 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1)
4.4 (1) Antarctica 2.3 (1)
about 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), any 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (3),
3.3 (8), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (6)
4.3 (2), 4.4 (2) anything 3.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
above 3.1 (6), 3.5 (2) anyway 3.2 (6)
actor 2.1 (2) apple 1.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
actress 2.1 (3) apples 3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
add 4.4 (2) appointment 2.2 (9), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1)
address 1.1 (2) architect 2.2 (7)
adult 4.3 (1) architect’s 2.2 (1)
adults 1.1 (2) architects 2.2 (1)
aeroplane 2.2 (1), 4.3 (1) are 1.1 (23), 1.2 (13), 1.3 (9), 1.4 (10),
aeroplanes 2.2 (1) 1.5 (8), 2.1 (6), 2.2 (11), 2.3 (6),
afraid 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1) 2.4 (3), 2.5 (7), 3.1 (15), 3.2 (3),
Africa 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1) 3.3 (12), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (8), 4.1 (3),
after 2.1 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.5 (1) 4.2 (13), 4.3 (6), 4.4 (10), 4.5 (3)
afternoon 1.2 (1), 1.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1) aren’t 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
again 4.3 (1), 4.4 (3) arm 1.3 (1), 4.3 (8)
ago 2.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1) arrived 4.3 (1)
ahead 1.2 (1) art 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1)
airport 3.3 (4) Arthur 2.5 (1)
airports 1.2 (2) artist 2.1 (8), 2.4 (1)
Alice 2.5 (1) Artists 2.5 (1)
all 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), Asia 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
4.3 (5) ask 1.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1)
Allen 4.1 (1) asleep 4.3 (1)
Allen’s 4.1 (1) at 1.1 (3), 1.2 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (10),
allergic 4.3 (12), 4.5 (3) 2.4 (7), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3),
almost 2.3 (4) 3.3 (3), 3.4 (13), 3.5 (3), 4.1 (6),
alone 2.1 (6), 4.5 (1) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (3)
already 1.3 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (2) ate 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2)
also 3.5 (2) atishoo 4.5 (1)
although 3.2 (5), 4.3 (1) Australia 2.3 (1)
always 1.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2), away 1.4 (9)
4.3 (1) babies 2.2 (2)
am 4.3 (1) baby 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
American 1.1 (1), 2.2 (1) 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
an 1.1 (1), 1.3 (5), 2.1 (13), 2.2 (13), baby’s 4.1 (1)
2.3 (3), 2.4 (6), 2.5 (3), 3.2 (3), bad 2.1 (4)
3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (3), badly 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
4.4 (2) bake 4.4 (1)
ancient 1.1 (1), 1.5 (2) baked 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
and 1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (5), Baker 2.2 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (6), baking 4.3 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (10), 3.4 (4), balcony 3.1 (4), 3.5 (1)

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ball 2.1 (3), 3.4 (1) blocks 3.3 (6)
balloon 3.3 (2) blond 4.2 (1)
balloons 3.3 (2) blue 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 4.1 (3)
banana 1.3 (1) board 3.2 (2)
bananas 3.3 (2), 4.4 (1) boards 3.2 (3)
band 1.2 (1) boat 1.2 (5), 1.3 (2), 3.2 (1)
bank’s 1.1 (2) boats 1.2 (1)
Barcelona 1.1 (2) boiled 4.4 (4)
baseball 2.1 (16), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (1) boiling 4.4 (3)
basketball 2.1 (11), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (2) bone 4.4 (2)
bath 3.2 (1) bonnet 3.4 (3)
bathroom 2.2 (1), 3.2 (1) book 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (4),
batteries 2.3 (9) 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
battery 2.3 (13), 3.2 (1) bookshelves 3.1 (3)
be 1.2 (9), 2.1 (8), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), boot 3.4 (5), 4.2 (1)
3.2 (8), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), boots 4.1 (6), 4.2 (2)
4.3 (2), 4.4 (3) bored 1.2 (8)
beach 1.2 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1) born 3.3 (1)
beans 1.4 (1) both 4.4 (6), 4.5 (1)
beard 4.2 (3), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2) bottle 1.4 (6)
beards 4.2 (1) bottles 1.4 (1)
beautiful 1.5 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), bought 1.3 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.1 (2)
4.2 (2) bowl 1.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
because 1.2 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (7), 3.2 (2), bowls 4.4 (1)
3.3 (11), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (13), box 1.3 (2), 2.4 (5), 3.1 (1)
4.5 (1) boxes 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2)
bed 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) boy 1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3),
Bedran 1.2 (1) 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
bedroom 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2) boy’s 2.2 (1)
beef 1.4 (1), 4.4 (6) boyfriend 2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
been 1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.3 (6), 3.2 (6), boys 3.3 (5)
3.3 (1), 4.3 (24), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (4) bracelet 4.2 (1)
before 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), bracelets 4.2 (2)
3.4 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (8), Brazil 2.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
4.5 (2) bread 1.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
began 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (2) breakfast 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
begin 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1) 4.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
beginning 1.2 (1) bricks 3.2 (3)
begins 1.1 (1) bridge 3.4 (2)
behind 3.1 (1) bridges 2.2 (1)
believe 2.4 (1) bring 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2)
believes 2.1 (1) bringing 3.1 (1)
best 4.1 (1) brings 1.1 (1)
bicycle 1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), broke 3.3 (5), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (4)
3.4 (2), 4.3 (1) broken 3.2 (1), 3.3 (3), 3.5 (3), 4.3 (2),
bicycles 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1) 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
bill 1.4 (8), 1.5 (3) brother 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
bird 3.4 (3) brother’s 1.5 (1)
birthday 2.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 4.2 (1) brothers 3.3 (1)
black 4.1 (1) brought 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
blanket 3.3 (1), 4.1 (2) brown 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1),
bless 4.3 (5), 4.5 (1) 4.3 (1)

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Brown 2.4 (1) cars 3.4 (2)
brush 3.2 (4) cast 4.3 (5)
bucket 3.2 (3), 3.5 (2) castle 1.1 (6), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (7), 3.3 (1)
build 2.4 (1) castle’s 1.5 (1)
building 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (3) cat 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
buildings 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1) catch 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
built 1.5 (4), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1) cathedral 1.1 (7), 1.3 (1)
burn 4.4 (1) cats 3.1 (1), 4.3 (4)
burning 4.4 (1) caught 2.4 (1)
burnt 4.4 (4) cave 2.3 (11)
bus 1.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1) caves 2.3 (1)
business 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1) ceiling 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2)
businessman 2.4 (1), 3.4 (3), 4.4 (1) celebrate 2.2 (1)
businessmen 3.4 (1) celebrating 3.1 (1)
businesspeople 3.4 (1) centre 2.4 (1)
but 1.3 (7), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.2 (2), century 1.3 (18), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4)
2.3 (8), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (1), cereal 4.4 (4)
3.2 (3), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2), chair 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.2 (4), 4.3 (12), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (2) championship 2.1 (9), 3.1 (1)
butter 1.4 (1) charge 2.3 (2)
button 4.2 (5) charged 2.3 (3)
buttoned 4.2 (2) charging 2.3 (1)
buttoning 4.2 (2) cheque 2.4 (2)
buy 1.3 (4), 2.5 (2), 3.3 (3), 4.2 (1) chicken 1.4 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (7)
buying 3.2 (2) child 2.1 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
by 1.1 (1), 2.2 (8), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) children 1.2 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (1),
cafe 1.1 (1), 1.3 (2) 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
cake 2.2 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4) China 1.2 (1)
call 3.2 (8), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2) choose 2.2 (1)
called 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2) choosing 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
calling 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1) chose 4.1 (1)
came 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2) church 2.2 (1)
camera 2.3 (8) churches 1.2 (2)
cameras 2.3 (1) Cindy 4.1 (1)
camping 2.3 (1) cinema 2.3 (1)
can 1.3 (3), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (8), city 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.2 (5), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), clean 3.1 (1), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (3), cleaned 3.3 (1)
4.1 (6), 4.2 (3), 4.4 (5), 4.5 (4) cleaners 4.1 (4), 4.3 (1)
can’t 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (8), 2.1 (2), cleaning 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (6) client 2.2 (3), 2.5 (2)
canyon 2.3 (3) client’s 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1)
car 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 3.2 (4), clients 2.2 (4)
3.3 (5), 3.4 (17), 4.2 (2) climb 2.3 (1), 2.4 (4), 3.3 (2)
card 4.1 (3) climbed 3.3 (2)
careful 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1), climbing 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1)
4.4 (1) clock 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
Caroline 2.2 (1) close 3.1 (4), 3.4 (2)
carpet 3.2 (5) closed 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
carried 3.4 (1) closing 3.1 (1)
carry 1.3 (2) clothes 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (9), 4.2 (3)
carrying 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) coat 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (5)

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coats 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) day 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (3)
coffee 1.4 (2), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3) days 4.3 (6)
cold 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2) dead 2.3 (6)
colour 1.3 (2), 3.3 (2) degrees 2.3 (1), 4.3 (2)
colours 1.3 (2), 4.2 (1) deliver 2.4 (2)
come 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1) delivered 2.4 (6)
coming 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) delivering 2.4 (4)
company 2.5 (1) delivery 2.4 (6), 2.5 (1)
computer 2.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) deodorant 4.2 (4)
concert 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1) desert 2.3 (2)
congratulations 2.1 (1) design 2.2 (3)
contact 4.2 (3) designed 2.2 (7)
continents 2.3 (1) designing 2.2 (2)
cook 2.4 (1) designs 2.2 (3), 2.5 (1)
cooker 2.3 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.4 (1) desk 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
cooking 3.2 (1) dessert 1.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
coral 2.3 (4) dictionary 3.1 (1)
correct 3.2 (1) did 1.2 (2), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1),
cost 1.1 (5), 1.5 (1) 2.2 (1), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (4),
costs 1.1 (5), 1.5 (1), 4.2 (1) 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1),
costumes 1.2 (1) 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
cotton 4.2 (3) didn’t 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1),
coughed 4.3 (1) 3.1 (3), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
coughing 4.3 (12) different 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
countries 1.1 (1) difficult 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
country 1.2 (9), 4.2 (1) dinner 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1),
country’s 1.5 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.4 (5)
cream 4.4 (5) dirty 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
credit 4.1 (3) dishes 3.1 (1)
cross 1.2 (9) do 1.1 (1), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
crossing 3.4 (8) 1.5 (3), 2.1 (4), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (3),
crossroads 3.4 (8) 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (6), 3.5 (2),
crutches 4.3 (4), 4.5 (2) 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
cry 4.2 (1) doctor 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
crying 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) doctors 2.2 (1)
cuddly 3.3 (4) does 1.1 (6), 1.4 (4), 1.5 (3), 3.5 (1)
cup 3.1 (3), 4.4 (2) doesn’t 2.3 (1), 3.2 (4)
cupboard 3.1 (3) dog 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1),
cupboards 3.1 (2) 4.1 (1)
cups 4.4 (1) dogs 1.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
curly 4.2 (5) doll 3.3 (4)
cut 4.4 (3) dollars 1.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
cutting 2.2 (1), 4.4 (1) dolls 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
Dad 3.2 (1) don’t 1.2 (6), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1),
dairy 4.4 (5) 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (4),
damaged 3.2 (7), 3.5 (2) 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (4),
dancing 4.2 (1) 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
dangerous 2.3 (3) door 3.1 (5), 3.2 (3), 3.4 (3), 4.1 (1)
dark 2.3 (11), 3.5 (2) doors 3.1 (1)
date 2.2 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2) down 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
daughter 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2), Dr 2.2 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) draw 1.3 (3)

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drawer 3.1 (6), 3.2 (1), 4.5 (1) entering 3.4 (5)
drawers 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) envelope 2.4 (3), 4.1 (1)
drawing 1.3 (4), 2.1 (3), 3.1 (1) escalator 2.2 (3), 3.4 (1)
drawn 1.3 (2) escalators 2.2 (1), 2.5 (3)
dress 1.3 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (6) Europe 4.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
dresses 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1) euros 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1)
drew 2.1 (1) evening 1.4 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
drink 1.4 (3), 4.1 (1) every 2.2 (9)
drinking 3.1 (1) everyone 2.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
drive 1.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1) excuse 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (3)
drives 4.2 (1) exit 3.4 (2)
driving 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2) exiting 3.4 (6)
drove 3.4 (1) expensive 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1)
drunk 1.3 (2) explore 2.3 (3)
dry 4.1 (5), 4.3 (1) exploring 2.3 (6)
dryer 4.1 (3) eye 4.3 (1)
ducks 1.4 (1) eye’s 4.3 (1)
during 4.1 (3) face 1.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
dye 4.2 (1) falls 3.1 (1)
dyed 4.2 (3), 4.3 (1) family 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
dying 4.2 (1) 3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2)
ear 4.3 (1) family’s 4.1 (1)
earrings 4.2 (5), 4.5 (1) famous 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1)
eat 1.3 (6), 1.4 (9), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), far 1.2 (6), 1.5 (2)
2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), faster 2.2 (1)
4.3 (1), 4.4 (4) father 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (2),
eaten 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
eating 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), favourite 1.3 (22), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (2),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.4 (3) 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
egg 3.3 (1) feel 4.3 (2)
eggs 4.1 (2), 4.4 (7) feels 4.3 (2)
eight 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2) fell 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
eighteenth 1.3 (4) fence 2.4 (2)
either 4.1 (5), 4.4 (1) festival 1.2 (6)
elbow 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1) Festival 2.5 (1)
electrician 3.2 (7), 3.5 (1) fever 4.3 (11)
electricity 3.2 (9), 3.5 (1) Fields 2.2 (2)
eleven 2.4 (1) fifteen 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1)
eleventh 2.2 (1) fifteenth 1.3 (4), 1.5 (2), 3.2 (1)
Ellis 4.1 (1) fifth 2.2 (2)
email 1.1 (2), 2.4 (1) fifty 4.4 (1)
embarrassed 3.3 (4), 3.5 (1) fighting 3.3 (8)
Emi 3.1 (1) film 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1),
employee 2.2 (1) 4.1 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.4 (2)
employees 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1) finally 2.4 (1)
empty 2.4 (1) find 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1)
engine 3.4 (4) fine 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
engineer 2.2 (3), 2.5 (2) fingers 4.2 (1)
engineers 2.2 (7) finish 3.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
English 3.5 (1), 4.5 (3) finished 1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1),
enough 2.1 (1) 4.4 (2)
enter 3.4 (2) Fiona 2.2 (1)

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fire 3.4 (1) 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (12), 3.1 (4),
fireplace 3.1 (4), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1) 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
first 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (5), front 3.3 (1)
2.4 (7), 2.5 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (4), frozen 1.2 (1)
4.4 (2) fruit 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
fish 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3) frying 4.4 (9)
fishing 1.2 (8), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (5) full 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1),
five 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1) fun 1.2 (12), 1.5 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1),
flags 3.1 (1) 4.3 (1)
flat 2.2 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (5), game 3.3 (4), 4.2 (1)
3.5 (11) games 4.3 (1)
flats 3.5 (2) garden 4.1 (1)
floor 2.2 (15), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (3), gardens 1.5 (3), 2.2 (1)
3.4 (1) Gareth 2.1 (3)
flour 4.4 (1) garlic 1.4 (3)
flower 2.1 (1) gave 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
flowers 1.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (5), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.3 (1) George 2.4 (1)
fold 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2) Germany 1.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
folded 4.1 (1) get 1.1 (5), 1.2 (3), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3),
folding 4.1 (6) 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (4),
follow 1.2 (3), 1.4 (7), 3.4 (1) 4.5 (1)
following 1.4 (3) gift 1.3 (5)
food 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.4 (2) girl 1.2 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (1),
foot 1.3 (1) 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (3)
football 2.1 (3), 4.1 (1) girl’s 4.1 (1)
for 1.1 (1), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (5), 1.4 (13), girlfriend 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.5 (3), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (23), 2.3 (9), girls 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.4 (13), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), give 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
3.3 (6), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (8), given 4.3 (1)
4.2 (7), 4.3 (14), 4.4 (13), 4.5 (3) gives 4.3 (1)
forget 3.2 (1) giving 2.4 (1)
forgot 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), Glasgow 3.5 (3)
4.1 (1) glass 1.4 (2), 3.2 (1)
forks 4.2 (1) glasses 1.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
forty 1.1 (1), 4.3 (1) glove 4.1 (1)
found 2.3 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (3) gloves 4.1 (5), 4.2 (2)
four 1.1 (1), 1.4 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.5 (2), go 1.1 (13), 1.2 (10), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (2),
4.3 (2) 1.5 (1), 2.2 (5), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1),
fourteenth 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1) 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4),
fourth 2.2 (2) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (2)
France 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) goes 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
French 1.4 (1), 4.3 (1) going 1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (11), 1.5 (2),
fresh 4.4 (2) 2.1 (3), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (3),
Friday 1.2 (1), 4.1 (1) 3.1 (5), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
fried 4.4 (5) 4.1 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
friend 1.1 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2), gold 4.2 (3)
3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) golf 1.3 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1)
friends 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (3), good 1.4 (7), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (4), 2.5 (1),
4.3 (1) 3.1 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2),
from 1.1 (3), 1.2 (5), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)

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goodbye 4.5 (2) he’d 4.4 (1)
got 2.1 (1) he’ll 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1)
grandad 3.1 (1) he’s 1.2 (10), 1.3 (9), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (4),
Grandad 2.4 (1) 2.2 (3), 2.3 (8), 2.4 (7), 3.1 (7),
granddaughter 4.1 (1) 3.2 (5), 3.3 (9), 3.4 (5), 4.1 (16),
grandfather 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1) 4.2 (5), 4.3 (9), 4.4 (6)
grandmother 2.4 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) head 2.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
green 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2) headphones 3.3 (7)
grey 4.1 (3), 4.2 (2) heal 4.3 (2)
grill 4.4 (1) healed 4.3 (1)
grilled 4.4 (8) healing 4.3 (2)
grilling 4.4 (2) heals 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
ground 2.2 (2) hear 2.1 (11)
guest 2.1 (1) hears 2.1 (1)
guide 1.1 (8), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (2) hello 1.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (1),
guidebook 1.1 (4), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1) 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.5 (2)
guitar 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1) helmet 3.3 (3)
guitars 1.3 (1) helmets 3.3 (1)
had 1.2 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.5 (1), help 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1),
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.5 (1)
4.3 (3), 4.4 (7) helping 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
hair 2.2 (1), 4.2 (21), 4.3 (1) Henry 2.2 (1)
half 1.2 (2), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1), her 1.2 (2), 1.3 (7), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (4),
4.2 (1) 2.4 (8), 2.5 (5), 3.1 (12), 3.3 (10),
hallway 2.2 (4) 3.4 (1), 4.1 (18), 4.2 (11), 4.3 (4),
hand 1.3 (1), 4.3 (1) 4.4 (1)
handbag 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1) here 1.1 (5), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (11),
handbags 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.1 (3),
hands 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (2) 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (5), 4.5 (1)
hang 3.1 (4) here’s 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
hanging 3.1 (12) hiking 1.2 (10), 1.3 (1), 2.3 (3), 4.1 (1),
hangs 3.1 (1) 4.3 (2)
happen 4.3 (1) him 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2)
happened 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), Hiro 2.1 (2)
4.3 (1) Hiro’s 2.1 (1)
happy 2.1 (1), 4.2 (4) his 1.2 (2), 1.3 (8), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (8),
Harry 2.5 (2) 2.3 (6), 2.4 (4), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (3),
has 1.3 (4), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (8), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (20), 4.2 (19),
2.5 (1), 3.2 (5), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (4)
4.1 (2), 4.2 (10), 4.3 (5) history 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1)
hat 4.2 (1) hobbies 2.1 (2)
have 1.1 (5), 1.2 (3), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (3), hobby 2.1 (5), 2.5 (2)
2.1 (9), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (5), 2.4 (2), hockey 2.1 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
2.5 (6), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (5), 3.3 (1), holding 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.4 (9), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (10), holiday 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.3 (19), 4.4 (8), 4.5 (2) 4.4 (2)
haven’t 3.2 (1), 4.3 (2) home 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (4), 4.1 (1),
having 1.2 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 4.3 (1)
he 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (5), hoovering 2.1 (1)
2.2 (3), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (8), 3.1 (7), hope 1.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
3.2 (5), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (16), horse 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (1)
4.2 (8), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1) horses 1.3 (1)

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hospital 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (2), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (12), 3.2 (9), 3.3 (3),
4.3 (1) 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (14), 4.2 (14),
hot 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 4.3 (6), 4.4 (21), 4.5 (2)
hotel 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1) incorrect 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1)
hour 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1) India 1.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
hours 1.1 (8), 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (2), Indian 4.5 (1)
4.4 (2) inexpensive 2.2 (1)
house 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), insect 4.3 (1)
2.4 (4), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (2), insects 2.3 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.4 (1) inside 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
houses 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1) instead 1.3 (12), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
how 1.1 (5), 1.2 (9), 1.4 (10), 1.5 (5), 4.4 (1)
2.1 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), instrument 1.3 (2)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.5 (1) instruments 1.3 (2)
Hugo 4.4 (2) interesting 1.5 (1), 3.2 (1)
hundred 4.2 (1) into 1.1 (5), 1.3 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1),
hung 3.1 (4), 4.1 (2) 3.1 (5), 4.4 (6)
hungry 3.3 (1) iron 4.1 (1)
hurt 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), ironed 4.1 (2)
4.3 (1) ironing 4.1 (3)
hurts 4.3 (1) irons 4.1 (1)
husband 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (1), is 1.1 (12), 1.2 (24), 1.3 (17), 1.4 (2),
4.3 (1) 1.5 (2), 2.1 (25), 2.2 (20), 2.3 (20),
I 1.1 (3), 1.2 (15), 1.3 (20), 1.4 (5), 2.4 (24), 2.5 (9), 3.1 (20), 3.2 (31),
1.5 (3), 2.1 (25), 2.2 (12), 2.3 (7), 3.3 (13), 3.4 (24), 3.5 (8), 4.1 (10),
2.4 (15), 2.5 (12), 3.1 (19), 3.2 (17), 4.2 (26), 4.3 (16), 4.4 (24), 4.5 (6)
3.3 (21), 3.4 (7), 3.5 (11), 4.1 (18), isn’t 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1),
4.2 (15), 4.3 (32), 4.4 (12), 4.5 (9) 3.4 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (2)
I’d 1.4 (17), 1.5 (4), 2.2 (1), 4.4 (3) it 1.1 (10), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (10), 1.5 (9),
I’ll 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 2.1 (10), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (4), 2.4 (4),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.4 (1), 2.5 (5), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (10), 3.3 (9),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (1), 3.4 (4), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (2),
4.4 (3), 4.5 (1) 4.3 (9), 4.4 (9), 4.5 (6)
I’m 1.1 (5), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (8), 1.5 (3), it’ll 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.1 (6), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (4), it’s 1.1 (4), 1.2 (14), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1),
2.5 (5), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (9), 3.3 (12), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (15),
3.4 (10), 3.5 (5), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (3),
4.3 (26), 4.4 (9), 4.5 (2) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (3),
I’ve 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (5), 4.4 (2)
4.2 (3), 4.3 (8), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2) Italian 1.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
ice 1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (8), 2.2 (2), Italy 1.1 (2), 2.5 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (5) itchy 4.3 (4)
idea 2.1 (18), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3), its 1.5 (1)
2.5 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1) Jack 4.2 (1)
ideas 2.1 (3), 2.5 (1) jacket 4.1 (10), 4.2 (2), 4.5 (1)
if 2.1 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3), jackets 4.2 (1)
4.3 (3), 4.4 (2) James 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1)
I’ll 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1), Japan 1.1 (1)
4.3 (17), 4.5 (2) Japanese 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1)
important 2.2 (1) Jeff 2.2 (1)
in 1.1 (12), 1.2 (19), 1.3 (16), 1.5 (5), jewellery 4.2 (1)
2.1 (10), 2.2 (5), 2.3 (21), 2.4 (10), jigsaw 3.3 (4)

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Jill 4.2 (2) lens 4.2 (1)
job 2.1 (5), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1) lenses 4.2 (2)
Jones 2.2 (1) Leonardo 2.2 (1)
juice 4.4 (1) less 1.2 (1)
Julie’s 1.1 (1) let’s 1.1 (6), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
jump 2.4 (1) 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1),
jumped 2.4 (1) 3.4 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.4 (1)
jumper 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2) letter 1.1 (1), 2.4 (12), 2.5 (1)
jumping 2.1 (1) letters 3.1 (1)
June 3.2 (1) libraries 1.2 (1)
just 3.3 (15), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1), library 1.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1)
4.5 (1) library’s 1.1 (2)
key 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2) lift 2.2 (6), 3.4 (1)
keys 3.3 (1) light 2.3 (8), 3.4 (6)
kings 1.5 (1) like 1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (6), 1.4 (42),
kissed 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1) 1.5 (11), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (5), 2.5 (2),
kitchen 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1) 3.2 (4), 3.3 (3), 3.5 (6), 4.2 (3),
kite 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1) 4.3 (2), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
kites 3.3 (1) liked 1.4 (1), 3.1 (1)
knee 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1) likes 1.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
knife 4.4 (2) listen 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
knives 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) listening 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
know 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (2), live 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.5 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1) lived 3.2 (1), 4.4 (3)
knows 2.1 (1) lives 3.1 (1)
label 4.1 (3), 4.2 (4) living 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1)
ladder 2.1 (1) lobby 2.2 (3), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2)
lake 1.2 (5), 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1) lock 3.2 (3), 3.5 (2)
lamb 1.4 (7), 1.5 (2) locked 3.2 (6), 3.5 (2)
lamp 2.3 (4), 3.2 (1) locker 1.3 (3), 3.2 (3)
Lang 2.2 (2) lockers 1.3 (3), 2.1 (1)
laptop 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1) London 2.1 (1)
Larry 2.4 (2) long 1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (2),
last 2.1 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1) look 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (6), 3.5 (2),
late 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1) 4.2 (1), 4.5 (2)
laugh 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) looked 3.5 (1)
launderette 4.1 (4) looking 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4),
leaflet 1.1 (5), 1.5 (1) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
leak 3.5 (1) looks 1.3 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
leaking 3.2 (6), 3.4 (3) lost 1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (6),
leaks 3.5 (1) 4.1 (1)
learn 2.1 (1) lot 1.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1),
leather 4.2 (4) 4.3 (2)
leave 1.4 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1) loud 1.2 (6), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1)
leaves 2.4 (2) love 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
leaving 2.2 (1), 2.4 (8) loves 3.3 (1)
left 1.2 (2), 2.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), Lucy 2.2 (1)
4.1 (2) lunch 1.5 (1), 2.2 (2), 4.1 (6)
leg 4.3 (6), 4.5 (1) machine 4.1 (3)
lemon 1.4 (1) made 2.2 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.3 (2), 4.2 (26),
lemonade 1.4 (5) 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)

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magazine 1.1 (2), 2.3 (1) mop 3.2 (3)
make 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (10), 4.4 (3), more 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5),
4.5 (3) 4.4 (1)
makes 4.2 (7), 4.3 (1) morning 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.5 (4), 2.2 (1),
making 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1) 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
man 1.3 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (7)
3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), mosque 1.1 (1)
4.4 (3) most 1.5 (2), 4.1 (1)
manager 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1) mother 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.2 (2),
manager’s 2.2 (1) 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1),
Manchester 3.1 (1) 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
many 1.1 (2), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), mother’s 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2) motorbike 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (2)
map 1.3 (1), 4.1 (1) motorbikes 1.2 (2)
married 2.3 (2) motorboat 1.2 (1)
marry 2.2 (1) motorboats 1.2 (1)
Mary 2.1 (1) mountain 3.3 (5)
match 2.1 (5), 2.4 (2), 4.1 (2) mountains 1.2 (3), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
May 1.1 (1), 3.2 (1) moustache 4.2 (3)
me 1.2 (1), 1.3 (7), 1.4 (9), 2.1 (5), move 3.1 (4)
2.2 (4), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (4), 3.1 (5), moved 3.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1),
3.2 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (6), 4.1 (2), 4.5 (1)
4.2 (12), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (1) moving 3.1 (3), 3.5 (1)
mean 3.1 (7) Mr 2.2 (2), 2.4 (3), 4.1 (2), 4.5 (1)
measuring 3.2 (1) Mrs 2.2 (2), 4.5 (1)
meat 4.4 (15) Ms 2.2 (3), 2.4 (2)
mechanic 3.4 (5), 3.5 (2) much 1.1 (5), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 4.1 (1)
medicine 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1) Mum 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (1)
meet 1.3 (1), 2.2 (6), 3.1 (2), 3.4 (1), museum 1.1 (9), 1.3 (6), 3.4 (1)
3.5 (1) museum’s 1.1 (1)
meeting 2.2 (2), 3.3 (1) museums 2.1 (1)
men 1.2 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.2 (1) mushrooms 1.4 (6), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1)
menu 1.4 (6) music 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
menus 1.4 (1) 3.4 (1)
message 2.2 (7) my 1.1 (3), 1.3 (17), 1.5 (3), 2.1 (14),
Mexico 1.2 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 2.2 (12), 2.3 (8), 2.4 (12), 2.5 (8),
midnight 2.4 (1) 3.1 (14), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (14), 3.4 (6),
Miguel 1.1 (1) 3.5 (2), 4.1 (10), 4.2 (24), 4.3 (16),
mile 1.2 (5) 4.4 (4), 4.5 (4)
miles 1.1 (2), 1.2 (6), 3.3 (1) name 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (7),
milk 1.3 (2), 4.4 (6) 2.5 (4), 3.1 (2)
mine 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1) napkin 2.2 (1)
minutes 1.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), napkins 4.1 (1)
4.4 (1) Naret 1.2 (2)
Miss 3.1 (5) near 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1),
Misses 3.1 (3) 2.3 (3), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2),
mobile 2.3 (6), 3.4 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
Monday 1.2 (1) necklace 4.2 (4), 4.5 (1)
money 4.1 (1) necklaces 4.2 (1)
month 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.5 (1) need 1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (4),
months 4.3 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
moon 1.1 (1), 3.4 (2) needs 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1)

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neighbour 3.1 (6) 3.4 (13), 4.1 (14), 4.2 (13), 4.3 (5),
neighbours 3.1 (3), 3.5 (4) 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2)
neither 4.1 (4), 4.4 (7) one 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1),
never 2.3 (2), 4.4 (5) 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.3 (4),
new 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (9), 4.3 (1)
3.3 (3), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1) onions 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 4.4 (1)
New York 2.1 (1), 2.5 (1), 4.4 (2) only 1.2 (2), 2.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
news 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1) open 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (2)
newspaper 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1) opened 3.1 (5), 4.1 (1)
newspapers 2.4 (1) opening 1.1 (8), 1.5 (1), 3.1 (1)
next 1.1 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1), or 1.4 (6), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (5),
4.2 (3), 4.4 (2) 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
nice 3.1 (9), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), orange 4.1 (1)
4.4 (1) oranges 4.4 (1)
night 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1) order 1.4 (19), 1.5 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.4 (1)
nine 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.3 (1) ordered 1.4 (2), 4.1 (1)
nineteenth 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1) other 3.5 (1)
no 1.2 (3), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3), our 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (2),
2.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (5), 3.3 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (3),
3.4 (6), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
4.5 (3) out 1.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2)
nor 4.1 (4), 4.4 (7) outside 2.2 (2), 2.3 (5), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1),
not 1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (4) oven 2.4 (1), 4.4 (2)
now 1.4 (2), 2.1 (5), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), over 2.4 (4), 3.3 (8)
2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (5), p.m. 1.1 (4)
4.3 (5), 4.4 (3) packed 3.1 (1)
number 1.1 (1) paint 1.3 (4)
nut 4.4 (1) painted 1.3 (3), 2.2 (3), 3.3 (1)
nuts 4.4 (3), 4.5 (1) painting 1.3 (15), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2),
o’clock 1.5 (1), 2.2 (6), 2.4 (3), 3.2 (2), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (4)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (2), paintings 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.5 (6)
4.5 (2) palace 1.1 (9), 1.2 (2), 1.5 (6), 2.5 (1),
ocean 1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1) 4.2 (1)
of 1.1 (10), 1.3 (13), 1.4 (8), 1.5 (6), palace’s 1.1 (2)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (6), 2.5 (13), pan 4.4 (7)
3.1 (4), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), paper 2.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (17), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (3), parcel 2.4 (21), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.5 (1) 4.1 (2)
off 2.3 (8), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (2), parents 1.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
4.3 (2), 4.5 (3) Paris 2.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
office 2.2 (7), 2.4 (7), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), park 1.3 (1), 3.4 (4)
3.4 (3), 3.5 (1) party 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (4)
oh 3.2 (1) passed 3.4 (1)
oil 3.4 (5) passing 3.4 (3)
okay 1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), past 2.2 (3), 2.4 (2)
3.4 (1), 4.3 (1) pasta 1.4 (5), 4.4 (3)
old 1.1 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), path 1.2 (6)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) pavement 3.4 (3)
on 1.1 (8), 1.2 (8), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1), pay 3.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (17), 2.3 (11), 2.4 (1), paying 1.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.1 (8), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (4), pen 4.1 (1)

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people 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (3) potatoes 4.4 (1)
perfume 4.2 (3) pounds 1.1 (4)
person 1.1 (1) pour 4.4 (3)
phone 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.3 (6) pouring 4.4 (6)
phones 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1) practise 3.5 (1)
photograph 1.1 (3), 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), practising 4.3 (1)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), prefer 3.3 (10)
4.1 (1) Prescott 2.1 (1)
photographer 2.3 (8) present 2.2 (2)
photographs 1.3 (2), 2.3 (4), 2.5 (3), 4.1 (1), presenting 2.2 (7)
4.2 (1) probably 2.1 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
piano 2.1 (2), 3.3 (1) problem 3.4 (12), 3.5 (3)
pianos 1.3 (1) problems 3.4 (1)
pick 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1) produce 4.4 (5)
picking 2.4 (4) pupil 3.1 (2)
pie 2.2 (1) pupils 1.4 (1), 2.2 (3)
pink 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1) purple 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
pipe 3.2 (5), 3.5 (3) put 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (5),
pipes 3.2 (4), 3.4 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.4 (1)
Pirelli 2.5 (2), 4.5 (2) puts 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
Pirellis’ 4.5 (2) putting 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 4.1 (9),
pizza 1.4 (4), 2.4 (2), 4.4 (2) 4.2 (3)
place 1.5 (2) quarter 2.4 (1)
plant 4.3 (1) Queen 1.2 (1)
plants 1.3 (1), 3.1 (1) question 3.4 (1)
plate 1.4 (1) questions 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1)
plates 3.1 (1) quiet 1.2 (13), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
play 2.1 (9), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (2), race 2.1 (5), 4.4 (2)
3.3 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) radio 2.1 (3), 2.3 (1)
played 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) rain 1.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (2)
player 2.1 (7) rainforest 1.1 (1), 2.3 (1)
player’s 2.1 (1) raining 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
players 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1) rash 4.3 (7)
playing 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (9), 3.1 (2), read 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.1 (1)
4.3 (4) reading 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
please 1.1 (3), 1.4 (20), 1.5 (3), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1)
2.3 (3), 2.4 (6), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), reads 1.3 (1)
3.4 (6), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2) ready 1.4 (5), 2.1 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1)
plumber 3.2 (7), 3.5 (3) really 1.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
pocket 4.1 (5), 4.5 (1) Rebecca 3.1 (1)
pockets 4.1 (1) receive 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2)
police officer 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1) received 2.4 (8), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
pool 1.4 (1) receptionist 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.5 (1)
pork 1.4 (7), 4.4 (2) receptionists 2.2 (1)
post 2.4 (14) red 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1),
postcard 1.3 (3), 2.4 (3) 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
postcards 1.3 (4) reef 2.3 (4)
poster 1.3 (7) refrigerator 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1)
postman 2.4 (13), 2.5 (2) remember 2.4 (1)
postwoman 2.4 (1) remembered 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2)
pot 4.4 (4) rent 1.4 (4), 3.5 (2)

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repair 3.2 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (2) Saturday 4.1 (1)
repaired 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) Saturdays 2.1 (1)
repairing 3.2 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1) sauce 1.4 (10), 4.4 (3)
replace 3.4 (3), 3.5 (3) saw 1.5 (3)
replaced 3.2 (6), 3.3 (1) say 2.2 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
replacing 3.2 (2), 3.4 (1) says 1.1 (12), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (1)
restaurant 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1) scarf 4.1 (4), 4.2 (1)
return 2.4 (9), 2.5 (2), 3.2 (1) school 2.1 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (4),
returned 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1) 4.3 (2)
returning 2.4 (1) science 2.3 (1)
returns 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1) scientist 2.3 (5), 2.5 (2)
Reynolds 2.4 (2) scientists 2.3 (2)
rice 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.4 (1) screwdriver 1.1 (1)
Richards 2.4 (3) screwdrivers 3.1 (2)
Richardson 2.4 (3) sculpture 1.3 (9), 2.5 (2)
ride 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1) sculptures 1.3 (1)
riding 1.2 (4), 3.3 (2) seafood 1.4 (7), 1.5 (2), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (5)
right 1.2 (2), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (3), seat 3.1 (1)
4.4 (1) second 2.2 (3), 3.4 (2)
ring 4.2 (4) section 4.4 (13)
rings 4.2 (1) see 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1),
river 2.3 (5), 3.4 (1) 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
road 3.4 (2) seen 2.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
Roberts 2.1 (1) sees 2.1 (1)
Rome 2.1 (1) sell 4.4 (1)
roof 3.2 (4) sells 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
roofs 3.2 (1) send 2.4 (2), 2.5 (3), 3.3 (1)
room 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1) sending 2.4 (4)
rope 2.3 (4) sent 2.4 (1)
ropes 2.3 (2) seven 1.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (4)
Rose 3.1 (1) seventeenth 1.3 (2)
rowing 1.2 (4), 1.3 (2) seventy 4.2 (1)
rubbish 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2) sew 4.1 (2), 4.5 (2)
rucksack 1.3 (3), 3.1 (1) sewed 4.1 (1)
ruins 1.1 (10), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (2) sewing 4.1 (4)
ruler 2.3 (1) sews 4.1 (1)
run 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2) share 3.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
running 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) sharing 3.3 (7)
runs 4.1 (1) shave 4.2 (3), 4.5 (1)
Russia 1.1 (1), 4.2 (1) shaved 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
Russian 1.1 (1) shaving 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
sad 4.2 (2) she 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (3),
said 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1) 2.2 (7), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1),
sailed 3.2 (1) 3.1 (5), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1),
sailing 1.2 (2) 3.5 (2), 4.1 (10), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (7),
salad 1.4 (2), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (3) 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
salt 4.4 (1) she’ll 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (1)
same 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1) she’s 1.1 (2), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (12), 2.1 (5),
sandwich 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1) 2.2 (4), 2.3 (5), 2.4 (9), 3.1 (6),
sandwiches 1.4 (1) 3.2 (2), 3.3 (9), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1),
Sara 2.4 (2) 4.1 (17), 4.2 (9), 4.3 (10), 4.4 (2)
sat 4.1 (1) sheet 4.2 (2)

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sheets 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) Smith 2.4 (2)
shirt 1.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (11), sneeze 4.3 (4)
4.2 (9) sneezed 4.3 (1)
shoe 4.1 (1) sneezes 4.3 (1)
shoes 2.2 (2), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1) sneezing 4.3 (7)
shop 1.3 (5), 3.1 (5), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), snorkelling 1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.4 (2) snow 3.4 (1)
short 4.2 (6) snowing 1.2 (1)
should 1.1 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.5 (4), so 1.3 (7), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (3),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.5 (2) sock 4.1 (1)
shouldn’t 1.3 (1), 4.1 (1) socket 3.2 (6)
show 1.3 (4), 1.5 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1) socks 3.1 (1), 4.1 (2)
showing 1.3 (4) sofa 1.4 (1)
sign 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.4 (7), 2.5 (1) sold 4.4 (1)
signed 2.4 (1) some 1.4 (4), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1),
signing 2.4 (3) 4.5 (1)
signs 3.3 (1) someone 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3),
silk 4.2 (3), 4.5 (1) 4.4 (4)
Silom 1.2 (1) something 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.4 (2),
silver 4.2 (3) 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
Simpson 2.2 (1) sometimes 1.2 (4), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1)
since 2.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1), somewhere 2.2 (1)
4.5 (1) son 1.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3),
singer 1.3 (1) 4.4 (2)
sink 3.2 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1) son’s 4.4 (1)
sinks 2.2 (1) sons 1.2 (1)
sister 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), soon 3.3 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.5 (2)
3.3 (1), 4.4 (2) sorry 1.3 (3), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2),
sisters 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) 2.5 (1), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (2)
sit 3.2 (1) soup 1.4 (4), 4.5 (4)
sits 1.3 (1) South America 1.1 (1)
sitting 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1) Spain 1.1 (1)
six 1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 4.3 (2), Spain’s 1.1 (1)
4.5 (2) spanners 3.1 (3)
sixteen 1.1 (2) speak 4.5 (1)
sixteenth 1.5 (1) spices 4.4 (4), 4.5 (1)
skateboard 3.3 (10), 3.4 (1), 4.5 (1) spicy 1.4 (1)
skates 2.2 (1) spoon 4.4 (3), 4.5 (2)
skating 1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1) spoons 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
skiing 1.2 (9), 4.2 (1) stadium 1.2 (1), 2.1 (4)
skis 1.4 (2) stairs 2.2 (4)
sledging 1.2 (10) stamp 2.4 (1)
sleep 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (3) stamps 2.4 (2), 2.5 (2)
sleeping 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1) standing 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1)
sleeps 1.3 (1) started 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
slept 1.2 (1), 3.3 (1) staying 3.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
small 2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1) still 4.3 (8)
smelling 2.1 (2) stir 4.4 (2), 4.5 (2)
smells 4.2 (1) stirring 4.4 (6)
smile 2.3 (1), 4.2 (1) stirs 4.4 (1)
smiled 3.1 (1) stop 3.4 (5), 4.3 (2)

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stopped 3.4 (1) tent 2.3 (1)
stopping 3.4 (2) tenth 1.5 (2)
straight 1.2 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (5) than 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
street 1.2 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) thank 1.1 (1), 1.4 (7), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3),
study 2.3 (1) 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2),
studying 2.1 (1), 2.3 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (8), 4.5 (4) 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5), 4.4 (1),
sugar 4.4 (1) 4.5 (4)
suit 2.1 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.5 (1) that 1.1 (12), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (1),
suitcase 3.2 (1) 1.5 (3), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (4), 2.3 (3),
suitcases 1.1 (1) 2.5 (4), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (9), 3.4 (2),
suits 2.2 (1) 3.5 (8), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (4),
Sunday 2.2 (1) 4.4 (3)
supermarket 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1) that’s 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1),
surname 2.4 (7), 2.5 (2) 4.5 (1)
surprise 3.3 (3) the 1.1 (49), 1.2 (44), 1.3 (32), 1.4 (33),
surprised 3.3 (3) 1.5 (27), 2.1 (52), 2.2 (38), 2.3 (41),
swim 2.1 (1), 4.3 (2) 2.4 (53), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (64), 3.2 (59),
swimming 1.4 (1) 3.3 (41), 3.4 (67), 3.5 (25), 4.1 (42),
swollen 4.3 (4) 4.2 (25), 4.3 (6), 4.4 (59), 4.5 (9)
T-shirt 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) theatre 1.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
table 1.4 (11), 1.5 (2) their 1.4 (3), 2.2 (4), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (2),
take 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (9), 2.1 (2), 3.3 (5), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
2.2 (1), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1), them 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (2),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
taken 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (1) then 2.1 (4), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
taking 1.1 (3), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (5) there 1.3 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1),
talking 1.2 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (2) 3.4 (5), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1)
Tan 2.2 (1) there’s 2.2 (2), 3.2 (4), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (2),
Tanaka 2.1 (1) 4.1 (1)
tap 3.2 (6), 3.5 (2) thermometer 2.3 (1)
taste 1.4 (4), 1.5 (2) these 1.1 (5), 1.2 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (7),
tastes 1.4 (4), 1.5 (2) 2.3 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2),
tasting 2.1 (2) 4.1 (2), 4.2 (12)
taught 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1) they 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 2.2 (3),
taxi 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) 2.3 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (3),
Taylor’s 2.2 (1) 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4)
tea 4.4 (1) they’d 1.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
teach 1.1 (1) they’ll 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
teacher 1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (1) they’re 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (3),
teachers 3.1 (1) 2.3 (6), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1),
teaching 2.1 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1) 3.3 (7), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.4 (2)
team 1.3 (3), 2.1 (8), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1) they’ve 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (2)
tearing 4.1 (2) think 1.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
television 1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5)
3.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) third 1.3 (2), 2.2 (2)
temperature 2.3 (1), 4.3 (2) thirsty 4.2 (1)
temple 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2) thirty 4.3 (1)
ten 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), this 1.1 (16), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (21), 1.5 (6),
3.2 (1) 2.1 (9), 2.2 (19), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (7),
tennis 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1) 2.5 (6), 3.1 (7), 3.2 (17), 3.3 (9),

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3.4 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (9), 4.2 (20), towel 3.1 (1)
4.3 (13), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (2) towels 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
those 1.1 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), toy 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (7),
3.3 (1) 3.5 (2)
thought 1.3 (1), 4.3 (1) toys 3.3 (2)
thousand 1.1 (2) traffic 3.4 (6)
three 1.4 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1), train 1.1 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (5), 4.4 (4) 4.1 (1)
through 3.4 (4) travel 2.3 (1)
throw 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1) travelled 1.1 (2), 4.4 (2)
throwing 2.1 (1) travelling 1.1 (10), 2.1 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
tickets 1.1 (1) travels 1.1 (1)
tidy 3.4 (1) tree 2.4 (2)
tie 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1) tried 2.4 (4), 3.3 (2)
tiger 3.3 (1) trousers 3.3 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
Tigers 1.3 (1) try 4.1 (1)
time 2.2 (3), 4.4 (1) trying 2.4 (3), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
times 1.3 (1), 4.4 (2) Tuesday 1.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
tip 1.4 (3) Tuesdays 1.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
tired 2.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1) tunnel 3.4 (10)
to 1.1 (27), 1.2 (20), 1.3 (23), 1.4 (35), turn 1.2 (3), 2.3 (7), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
1.5 (11), 2.1 (23), 2.2 (19), 2.3 (6), 3.4 (6), 4.1 (3)
2.4 (29), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (32), 3.2 (25), turned 2.3 (4)
3.3 (23), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (8), 4.1 (17), turning 2.3 (4), 3.4 (1)
4.2 (17), 4.3 (24), 4.4 (17), 4.5 (5) twelfth 2.2 (1)
today 1.1 (8), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.5 (5), twelve 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1),
2.1 (3), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), twentieth 1.3 (6)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (3) twenty 1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (1),
together 2.1 (6), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1) 4.2 (1)
toilet 2.2 (2), 3.4 (2) two 1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
toilets 1.3 (1) 1.5 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3), 3.3 (1),
tomato 2.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
tomatoes 1.4 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1) tyre 3.4 (9), 3.5 (1)
tomorrow 2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), tyres 3.4 (3)
4.3 (1) ugly 3.2 (1)
tonight 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1), umbrella 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
4.2 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2) umbrellas 3.1 (1)
too 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), unbuttoned 4.2 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3) under 1.1 (2), 3.1 (5), 3.5 (2)
took 1.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), understand 1.5 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.1 (3) United Kingdom 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
torch 2.3 (10) United States 1.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1)
torches 2.3 (2) unlocked 3.2 (6), 3.5 (1)
tore 4.1 (3) until 3.2 (8), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
torn 4.1 (3), 4.5 (1) unzip 4.2 (1)
touching 2.1 (2) up 2.2 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.3 (7), 4.1 (1),
tour 1.1 (14), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (3) 4.2 (24)
tourists 1.1 (12), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), us 1.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (2)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1) use 1.1 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (2),
tours 1.1 (2), 1.5 (2) 4.4 (1)
towards 3.4 (4), 3.5 (1) used 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1)

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uses 2.3 (1), 3.2 (2) 3.1 (5), 3.2 (8), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (6),
using 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1) 3.5 (4), 4.1 (5), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (4)
Valerie 3.5 (1) we’d 1.4 (5), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1)
van 2.4 (6), 2.5 (1) we’ll 2.1 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
vegetable 1.4 (1), 4.5 (1) 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3), 4.5 (1)
vegetables 3.4 (1), 4.4 (11) we’re 1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2),
vegetarian 4.4 (8), 4.5 (3) 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1),
vegetarians 4.4 (2) 3.4 (1), 3.5 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2),
very 1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
1.5 (3), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), we’ve 2.3 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1),
4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2) 4.5 (1)
Victoria 4.4 (2) wear 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (3)
video 3.3 (4), 4.3 (1) wearing 1.2 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1),
Vinci 2.2 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (1)
violins 4.2 (1) wears 4.1 (1)
visit 1.1 (3), 1.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (2) website 1.1 (4)
visited 1.1 (1), 4.1 (1) wedding 4.1 (1)
visiting 1.1 (1), 3.1 (1) Wednesday 2.2 (1)
volcano 2.3 (2), 2.5 (1) week 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2),
wait 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1) 4.1 (1)
waiting 2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1) weeks 4.3 (3)
waitress 3.2 (1) weighing 4.4 (1)
walk 1.1 (1), 1.5 (1), 4.3 (2) welcome 1.1 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1),
Walker 2.2 (1) 4.1 (1)
walking 2.2 (1), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), well 4.3 (12), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
4.3 (1) went 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (1),
wall 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1) 4.3 (1)
wallet 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1) were 1.3 (1), 2.2 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (3),
want 1.2 (8), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (3), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1) wet 2.3 (1)
wanted 2.1 (1) what 1.1 (4), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (6),
wardrobe 3.1 (10) 1.5 (8), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1),
was 1.1 (1), 1.3 (14), 1.5 (9), 2.1 (12), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1),
2.2 (14), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2), 4.5 (2)
3.1 (3), 3.2 (10), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2), what’s 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1),
4.1 (16), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (3), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (8), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (3),
4.5 (1) 3.3 (3), 4.3 (4)
wash 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1) when 1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (5),
washing 2.2 (1), 4.1 (4) 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (6), 3.1 (5),
wasn’t 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1) 3.2 (3), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (12),
watch 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (2)
4.2 (1) where 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1),
watched 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1) 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (3),
watches 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1) 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (2)
watching 1.3 (3), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), where’s 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1),
4.3 (1) 4.5 (1)
water 1.4 (6), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (1), which 3.2 (1), 3.3 (4), 4.2 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.4 (1) while 4.1 (14), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
waterfall 2.3 (3), 2.5 (2) white 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
waterfalls 2.5 (3) who 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
we 1.1 (7), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), who’s 3.1 (1)
1.5 (5), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (4), whose 2.1 (2)

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why 1.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (3), 4.3 (2), would 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (16), 1.5 (6),
4.4 (2), 4.5 (1) 2.2 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (2),
wife 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
wife’s 2.5 (1), 4.4 (1) wouldn’t 3.1 (1)
will 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), writing 2.4 (3)
2.3 (2), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (3), 3.2 (4), written 2.2 (2)
3.3 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (3), 4.3 (1), wrong 2.4 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.3 (4), 4.3 (4)
4.4 (3), 4.5 (1) wrote 1.3 (1)
win 2.1 (6) year 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1),
window 2.1 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.4 (1) 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
windows 1.4 (1) years 1.1 (2), 1.3 (4), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (5),
winning 2.1 (1) 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
winter 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1) yellow 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2)
wire 3.2 (4) yes 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (7),
wires 3.2 (3), 3.5 (3) 2.1 (5), 2.2 (4), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (6),
with 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (16), 1.5 (2), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
2.2 (12), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.5 (11), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1),
3.2 (3), 3.3 (11), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (1), 4.5 (6)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (1) yesterday 1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1),
without 1.4 (7), 3.2 (2), 4.4 (1) 3.3 (1), 4.3 (2)
woke 3.3 (1) you 1.1 (11), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (12), 1.4 (27),
woman 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2), 1.5 (13), 2.1 (19), 2.2 (16), 2.3 (4),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2) 2.4 (10), 2.5 (13), 3.1 (12), 3.2 (5),
women 2.2 (1), 4.2 (2) 3.3 (15), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (10), 4.1 (13),
won 2.1 (5), 3.1 (1) 4.2 (9), 4.3 (26), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (15)
won’t 2.1 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 3.5 (1) you’ll 3.3 (1), 3.5 (1)
wood 4.2 (1) you’re 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1),
woods 1.2 (2), 2.3 (2) 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
wool 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2) you’ve 3.3 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
words 1.4 (1) young 2.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
wore 3.3 (1), 4.1 (2) your 1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (5),
work 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3),
2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (2), 2.4 (15), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.3 (4),
4.3 (3) 3.4 (5), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (5),
working 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (1) 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
works 1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1) yours 3.1 (1)
worn 4.2 (1) zip 4.2 (3)
worried 3.3 (7), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (2) zipping 4.2 (4)
worry 3.3 (4), 3.5 (1) zoo 1.1 (1)

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