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Unit 13 B

Practise reading
Study the words
village flour sugar to bake to be ready an oven
to smell (p.t. smelt) a wolf to catch (p.t. caught)

THE BISCUIT BOY


Many years ago there lived
an old man and an old woman
in a village. One morning the
old woman said, We have flour,
sugar, milk, and butter at home.
Ill bake a cake for my old man.
So the old woman took some flour,
sugar, milk and butter and made
a cake which was like a little
boy. She put it in the oven in the
kitchen. Some time later Biscuit
Boy was ready.
She took the Biscuit Boy out of
the oven, put it on a plate on the
table and called the old man. He came, looked at the Biscuit Boy and
said, I am very hungry. I shall eat this Biscuit Boy now.
When the Biscuit Boy heard the old mans words he jumped off
the plate and ran away. The old man and the old woman called,Stop,
Biscuit Boy, stop! They ran after him, but could not catch him.
The Biscuit Boy ran and shouted, I am not a boy. I am a Biscuit
Boy.
Soon the Biscuit Boy met a big grey
wolf. The Biscuit Boy did not stop. He
ran and sang I am not a boy. I am not
a toy. I am a Biscuit Boy. You cannot
catch me. I ran away from an old man.
I ran away from an old woman. And I
can run away from you.
The big grey wolf ran after the
Biscuit Boy but it could not catch him.

(to be continued)

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Check up

1. Answer the questions.


1. What did the old woman say one morning?
2. What did she use to make a cake?
3. What did the old man say when he smelt the cake?
4. What did the Biscuit Boy do?
5. What did the Biscuit Boy shout?
6. What did the Biscuit Boy say to the wolf?
7. What did the wolf do?

2. Complete the sentences.


1. An old man and an old woman lived in a ... many years ago.
2. One morning the old woman said, We have ..., sugar, milk and butter at
home.
3. The old woman said, I shall ... a cake for my old man.
4. She made a cake and put it in the ... in the kitchen.
5. The old man ... the Biscuit Boy and said, I shall eat ... .
6. They ran after the Biscuit Boy but could not ... him.
7. The Biscuit Boy sang, ... .

3. Write the missing letters.

b k e c a c h o e n

a a y v l l a g e s e l l

j m p b i s c i t f l o r

4. Write sentences using the words below. Dont forget to begin


your sentences with capital letters.
1. flour, took, woman, some, the, milk, old, sugar, butter, and, cake, and,
made, a.
2. my, shall, bake, man, a cake, for, I, old.
3. the oven, out, the Biscuit Boy, she, of, took.
4. eat, now, I, this, Biscuit Boy, shall.

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5. Choose the correct word.
1. Many years ago there lived an old man and an old woman in a ... . (town,
village)
2. I shall bake a ... for my old man. (bread, cake)
3. She took the Biscuit Boy out of the ... . (cupboard, oven)
4. The old man ... the Biscuit Boy and said, I am hungry and
I shall eat it now. (smelt, ate)

6. Find all the sentences with prepositions in the text,


copy them and underline the prepositions.

7. Find all the verbs in the simple past in the text.


Change them to the simple future.

8. Find all the nouns in the text.


Make them plural.

9. Make as many words as you can using


only the letters in the word strange.

great, ..., ..., ..., ..., ..., ... .

Just a rhyme

Girls and boys, come out to play,


The moon doth shine as bright as day.
Leave your supper, and leave your sleep,
And come with your playfellows into the street.

Come with a whoop, come with a call


Come with a good will or not at all.
Up the ladder and down the wall,
A halfpenny roll will serve us all.
Youll find milk and Ill find flour,
And well have a pudding in half an hour.

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Unit 13 C
Practise speaking
Study the new words
to mix to rub a bowl a cupful a tin inside

Read aloud.

Remember what you can.


HOW TO MAKE A CAKE

When mother makes a cake I help her.


First she takes a bowl and puts a cupful of sugar and a cupful of
butter in it. Then she takes two eggs
and mixes them into the sugar and
butter. Next she takes a cupful of
flour and mixes it in well. Sometimes
she puts some fruit in, too. Then she
puts it all into a cake tin. She rubs
some butter on the inside of the tin
first. She bakes the cake for three
quarters of an hour (45minutes).
When the cake is ready we all help
her to eat it. Mother makes very good
cakes.
Now try to make a cake like this. You will like it.
Help your mother!

Check up

1. True or false?
1. When I make a cake mother helps me.
2. Mother puts a spoonful of sugar in the bowl.
3. Then she takes an egg and eats it.
4. She rubs some butter on the outside of the tin.
5. I make very good cakes.
6. When the cake is ready we do not eat it.
7. Mother makes very good cakes.

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2. Complete the sentences.
1. When mother ... a cake I ... her.
2. First she takes a ... and puts a ... of ... in it.
3. Then she ... two eggs and ... them into the ... and ... .
4. She puts it all into a cake ... .
5. She ... some butter on the ... of the tin.
6. She ... the cake for 45 minutes.
7. When the cake ... ... we all help her to eat it.

3. Use this box to write down new words from Unit 13 (B, C). Write
your own example sentences and read them aloud.

a village Toms grandmother lives in a village.

4. Ask your mother to help you to write How to make a cake.


Use the new words.

Reading THE BOY AND THE CAKES


for fun

A train stopped at a small station. A passenger looked out


of the window and saw a woman who was selling cakes.
The man wanted to buy a cake, but the woman was not
standing near the carriage.
He called a boy who was walking on the platform near the
carriage and asked him, How much is the cake?
Three pence, sir, answered the boy.
The man gave him six pence and said, Bring me a cake,
and with the other three pence buy one for yourself.
Some time later the boy came back. He was eating a cake.
He gave the man threepence change and said, There was only
one cake, sir.

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Unit 14 A
Practise reading
Practise the sounds.
[I:]

[I]

sheep ship bit beat


cheeks chicks chip cheap
heel hill bins beans
peel pill hit heat

Study the words


a bear a hill nobody again to be (feel) well
Do you remember the animals? If there are new names for
you in the list, learn them.
a lion a tiger a wolf a bear a fox a hare
a monkey a cat a mouse a dog

THE BISCUIT BOY


The Biscuit Boy ran very fast. Soon he met a big brown bear on
a hill. Stop, Biscuit Boy! said the big brown bear. The Biscuit Boy
ran and sang, I am not a boy. I am not a toy. You cannot catch me. I
am the Biscuit Boy. I ran away from an old man. I ran away from an
old woman. I ran away from a big grey wolf. And I can run away from
you! The bear ran after the Biscuit Boy but it could not catch him.
The Biscuit Boy ran down the hill and soon he met a fox under a tree.
The fox said, Good day, who are you? What song do you sing?
Come here and sing for me.
The Biscuit Boy stopped, looked at the fox and sang, I am not a
boy. I am not a toy. I am the Biscuit Boy. You cannot catch me. I ran
away from an old man. I ran away from an old woman. I ran away
from a big, grey wolf. I ran away from a big brown bear. And I can
run away from you!
The fox said, I didnt have breakfast today and I am not well now.
I shall not run after you. And I did not hear what you sang. Will you
jump on my nose and sing your song in my ear?
The Biscuit Boy jumped on the foxs nose. The fox laughed and
the Biscuit Boy fell down into the foxs mouth. And nobody saw the
Biscuit Boy again!

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Check up

1. Answer the questions.


1. What did the Biscuit Boy say to the bear?
2. Could the bear catch the Biscuit Boy?
3. Who did the Biscuit Boy meet under a tree?
4. What did the fox say to the Biscuit Boy?
5. What did the Biscuit Boy do?
6. What happened to the Biscuit Boy?
7. Do you think that the fox was clever?

2. Complete the sentences.


1. Soon he met a big brown ... on the hill.
2. The bear ran after the Biscuit Boy, but it ... not catch him.
3. The Biscuit Boy ran down the ... and met a fox under a ... .
4. Come here and ... for me, said the fox.
5. Will you jump on my ... and sing your song in my ...?
6. The Biscuit Boy ... on the foxs nose.
7. The fox ... and the Biscuit Boy ... down into its mouth.

3. Write the missing letters.

b e r b r o n h i l

s n g n s e l a g h

m o t h n o b d y a g a n

4. Choose the correct word.


1. The Biscuit Boy met a big ... on the hill. (fox, bear)
2. I ran away from a big ... . (wolf, tiger)
3. The bear ... catch the Biscuit Boy. (could, couldnt)
4. The Biscuit Boy met a fox ... a tree. (on, under)
5. The Biscuit Boy jumped on the foxs ... (nose, ear)

5. Write sentences using the words below. Dont forget to begin


your sentences with capital letters.
1. away, an, ran, old, I, from, man. 4. today, breakfast, not, I, did, have.
2. could, the, him, bear, catch, not. 5. hear, you, not, I, what, did, sang.
3. here, me, and, come, for, sing.

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Unit 14 B
Practise your speaking

REMEMBER
How do you feel today?
I feel great!
I feel fine! Im glad to hear that.
I feel OK!
I have a headache. Im sorry to hear that.
Not so well. Whats the matter?
I feel terrible. Whats wrong?
What happened?

I have (a) headache. I have (a) toothache. I have (an) earache.

I have (a) stomachache. I have (a) cold. I have (a) backache.

1. Make up short dialogues according to the model. Work in pairs.


A. How do you feel today? A. How do you feel today?
B. ................................... B. ...................................
A. Im glad to hear that. A. Whats the matter?
B. I have .........................
A. Im sorry to hear that.

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2. Make up short dialogues according to the model. Work in pairs.

A. How does Jane feel?


Jane, B. Not so good.
earache A. Whats the matter?
B. She has an earache.

1. David, 2. George, 3. You,


stomachache headache toothache

4. Mary, 5. Fred, 6. Barbara,


backache cold earache

7. Mrs. Smith, 8. You, 9. Walter,


headache backache stomachache

3. Practise the dialogue with your friends.


A. Hello, Doctor Brown.
B. Hello, Bob. How are you?
A. I dont feel very well today.
B. Im sorry to hear that. Whats the matter?
A. I have a bad headache.
B. Do you work hard?
A. Yes, Doctor, I do.
B. Do you have little rest?
A. Yes, I think so.
B. Now you must stay in bed and have a good rest.

Read aloud.

Remember what you can.


ARTHUR IS VERY ANGRY

Arthur is very angry. He has a bad headache because he cannot


sleep. Its late at night. He is sitting on his bed and he is looking at
the clock. His neighbours are making much noise and Arthur is very
angry.
The people in Apartment 2 are dancing. The man in Apartment 3
is singing. The woman in Apartment 4 is playing the piano. The dog
in Apartment 6 is barking.
Its very late and Arthur is tired and angry. He has a bad headache
and he cannot sleep.

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4. Ask and answer questions according to the model.
Work in pairs.

A. Whats the man in Apartment 3 doing?


B. He is singing.
A. ..............................................................?

5. Choose the correct answer.


1. Arthurs neighbours are 4. The woman in Apartment 4 is
a. sleeping a. listening to the radio
b. making much noise b. playing the piano
2. The man in Apartment 4 is 5. The dog in Apartment 6 is
a. singing a. eating
b. washing the windows b. barking
3. The people in Apartment 2 are 6. Arthur is
a. playing the piano a. happy
b. dancing b. angry

6. Choose the correct words.


1. Yesterday (is, was, are, were) a holiday. Today (is, was, are, were) not a
holiday.
2. Today Mary (has, have, had) an apple. Yesterday she (has, have, had) an
orange.
3. Today the children (is, was, are, were) in the classroom. Yesterday they (is,
was, are, were) not in the classroom. Today I (has, have, had) breakfast at
half past nine. I (has, have, had) breakfast at half past eight every day.

REMEMBER
to have a headache
to have a toothache
to have an earache
to have a stomachache
to have a backache
to have a cold

7. Make up your own sentences using the expressions above.

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Unit 14 C
REVISION Practise grammar

The simple present in affirmative sentences

1. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb.


1. They ...................... (like) to play games.
2. I .............................. (like) to play games.
3. He .......................... (like) to play games.
4. She ........................ (like) to play games.
5. We ......................... (like) to play games.
6. They ...................... (talk) and ................... (laugh) a lot.
7. I .............................. (talk) and ................... (laugh) a lot.
8. He .......................... (talk) and ................... (laugh) a lot.
9. She ........................ (talk) and ................... (laugh) a lot.
10. We ......................... (talk) and ................... (laugh) a lot.
11. They ....................... (spend) a lot of time together.
12. We ......................... (spend) a lot of time together.
13. We ......................... (be) good friends.
14. They ...................... (be) good friends.
15. I .............................. (be) a good friend.
16. He .......................... (be) a good friend.

The simple present in interrogative sentences

2. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb to do.
1. ................................ you like to talk?
2. ................................ he like to talk?
3. ................................ she like to talk?
4. ................................ she laugh a lot?
5. ................................ you laugh a lot?
6. ................................ they laugh a lot?
7. ................................ you play Scrabble?
8. ................................ he play Scrabble?
9. ................................ they play Scrabble?
10. ................................ she play Scrabble?

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3. Make questions with the correct form of the verb to do.

I
you
Do we
live in England?
Does he
they
she

4. Make the following sentences interrogative.


1. Jim and John are friends.
2. They play football every day.
3. Helen and Susan are school friends.
4. They play Scrabble at school.
5. Jim, John, Susan and Helen are neighbours.
6. They meet every day.

The simple present in negative sentences

5. Make the following sentences negative.


1. Men usually talk too much.
2. Women usually talk very little.
3. I like milk and my brother likes tea.
4. We spend a lot of time at the library.
5. They are friends.
6. He is a student.
7. I am a dressmaker.
8. We live in England.
9. They play Scrabble.

6. Put the verb in the correct form.


1. Jane ... ... tea very often. (not/drink)
2. Bob ... ... to Britain this summer. (not/go)
3. His father ... ... an engineer. (not/be)
4. I ... ... the piano very well. (not/play)
5. Ann ... ... German. (not/speak)
6. He ... ... a bus. (not/drive)

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Unit 15 A
Practise grammar
Degrees of comparison

one-syllable adjectives

-er -est
Positive Comparative Superlative
long longer longest
young younger youngest
tall taller tallest

two-syllable adjectives ending in -er, -y, -ow, -le.

-er -est
Positive Comparative Superlative
clever cleverer cleverest
happy happier happiest
narrow narrower narrowest
simple simpler simplest

three or more syllable adjectives

more most
Positive Comparative Superlative
interesting more interesting most interesting
beautiful more beautiful most beautiful
careful more careful most careful

REMEMBER
Irregular adjectives

Positive Comparative Superlative


good better best
bad worse worst
many more most
much more most
little less least

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Pay attention to the following changes.
hot hotter hottest
cloudy cloudier cloudiest

1. The Suffix Machine is set to add -er and -est. Put the words below
into the machine and write the words that come out.

1. early 2. lovely 3. lively 4. windy


5. friendly 6. empty 7. angry 8. heavy

Add-er
windy windier
Add-est
windiest
Drop-y Add-i

2. Copy the following adjectives. Make up as many sentences as


you can using these adjectives.

beautiful more beautiful most beautiful


difficult more difficult most difficult
careful more careful most careful
interesting more interesting most interesting

clever cleverer cleverest


easy easier easiest
jolly jollier jolliest
good better best
bad worse worst
many more most
much more most
little less least

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3. Write the correct -er or -est form of one of the following words
with each group of words below:
hard high sharp warm large

1. room in the house 3. of the two knives 5. word in the list


2. marks in the class 4. of the two trees 6. climate in England

Dont forget to use the before the superlative.

4. For each adjective below write a noun that the adjective may
describe.
large angry right true
stormy happy busy lazy

5. For each noun below write an adjective that may describe it.
room season box
book game girl
sportsman picture city
dress friend man

6. Turn on the Adjective Machine and add an adjective to each


noun. Use each pair of words in a sentence.

NOUNS

train
SELECT
PLACE AN
HE UP

HERE ADJECTIVE
RE
CK

NOUN
PI

train
ON OFF
tree
health
good
way fresh
giant famous
actor express
long
meal

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7. Copy these sentences and underline the adjectives.
1. Mr. Smith is older than Mrs. Smith.
2. Betty is taller than Jack.
3. The red bag is heavier than the green bag.
4. Spring is the best season of the year.
5. Winter is the worst season of the year.
6. This book is the most interesting of all.
7. Bob is more careful than Jim.
8. Mary has a beautiful dress.

8. Choose the correct form of the adjectives in brackets.


1. I met my ... friend yesterday. (better, best)
2. This picture is ... than that picture. (more beautiful, most beautiful)
3. This book is ... than that book. (more useful, most useful)
4. He is the ... sportsman in our country. (stronger, strongest)
5. Summer is ... than spring. (hotter, hottest)
6. Winter is the ... season of the year. (colder, coldest)

REMEMBER
to compare different things we use than

9. Fill in the blanks with the following adjectives.

better worst smaller stronger hottest


bigger higher coldest longer biggest

1. The mouse is ... than the cat.


2. The road is ... than the street.
3. The city is ... than the village.
4. The mountain is ... than the hill.
5. Winter is the ... season of the year.
6. Summer is the ... season of the year.
7. The lion is ... than the monkey.
8. Cake is ... than bread.
9. The bear is one of the ... animals.
10. Lazy Jill is the ... girl in the class at reading.

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Unit 15 B
Practise speaking
Study the new words
a person friendly polite clever a neighbour to agree

Read aloud.

Remember what you can.


THE NICEST PERSON

Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are very proud


of their daughter Linda. She is a very nice
person. She is friendly. She is polite, she is
clever. She is also very pretty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacksons friends and
neighbours like Linda very much. They say
that she is the nicest person they know.
They think that she is the friendliest, the
most polite and the cleverest girl that they
know. They also say that she is the prettiest.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson agree. They think
that Linda is a wonderful girl, and they are
proud of their daughter.

Check up

1. True or false?
1. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson have a son Tom by name.
2. Linda is very polite and friendly but she is not clever.
3. Her parents friends like her very much.
4. They think she is the most polite and prettiest girl that they know.
5. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson dont agree with their neighbours.

2. Answer the questions.


1. Who are Mr. and Mrs. Jackson proud of?
2. What person is Linda?
3. Do Mr. and Mrs. Jacksons friends like Linda?
4. What do their friends and neighbours say about Linda?

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5. Is Linda the most polite and the cleverest girl, they know?
6. Do they think thot Linda is the prettiest person?
7. Do they say that Linda is a wonderful girl?

3. The neighbours are talking about Linda.


Complete the dialogue using the text. Work in pairs.

A. You know, I think Linda is very nice.


B. I agree. She is the nicest girl that I know.
A. ................................................................................... .
B. ................................................................................... .
A. ................................................................................... .
B. ................................................................................... .

4. What about you? Talk about the nicest person you know.

5. Act a dialogue according to the model, using the words in the


boxes.

A. I think you will like my new flat.


B. But I liked your old flat. It was large.
A. Thats right. But my new flat is larger.

bicycle kitchen sofa


fast light nice

house TV set car


beautiful big comfortable

6. Act a dialogue according to the model, using the words in the


boxes.

A. I think your friend Margaret is very interesting.


B. Of course she is. She is the most interesting person I know.

a person = a man, a woman, or a child

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your brother your sister Nancy your aunt Lucy
friendly pretty cold

Larry your neighbour this story


lazy noisy funny

7. Talk about all the members of your family.


Compare them. The questions will help you.
1. Who is taller/the tallest?
2. Who is older/the oldest?
3. Who is younger/the youngest?
4. Who is cleverer/the cleverest?

8. Write a story about the nicest person you know. The questions
will help you.
1. Who is he/she?
2. What does he/she do?
3. How does he/she look like?
4. Is he/she a kind person?
5. Is he/she a clever person?
6. Why is he/she the nicest person?

Just a rhyme

Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, where have you been?


Ive been to London to look at the Queen.
Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, what did you do there?
I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

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Unit 15 C
Practise reading
Study the words
food hunger to die of hunger appetite matter
What is the matter? weak wise strong delicious to taste
to bow to be sure (of) to get thinner to step

THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD


(Part one)
Once there lived a King who had
one son. The prince was ill. He was
tired of eating. The delicious food in
his fathers house did not taste good
to him.
The Queen looked at her son and
said, The Prince does not eat his
food. I am afraid he will die of hunger.
Look at him, how weak he is.
One morning the King called all
his servants and said, My son has
lost his appetite. He is ill. He will die
of hunger. Go, find the Wise Man of
the village. I am sure he will help us.
The Kings servants went away
to find the Wise Man of the village.
Soon they came back with an old
man with long white hair.
The Wise Man bowed to the King
and asked, O, King, what can I do
for you? The King told the Wise Man
what the matter was, The Prince
was once strong and fat, and now,
he is getting thinner every day. He does not eat his food. We are afraid
he will die of hunger.
O, King, answered the Wise Man, do not think about your son.
Let the young Prince find the best food in the world. Then his appetite
will come back and he will be strong again.
Then he stepped back, bowed to the King and walked out of the
Kings house.

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Check up

1. True or false?
1. The Prince was happy. He liked the food in his fathers house.
2. The Queen looked at her son and said, Look at him, how strong he is.
3. The King bowed to the Wise Man.
4. The Wise Man said, Do not let your son find the best food in the world.
5. His appetite will come back and he will be strong again.

2. Answer the questions.


1. Why was the Prince ill?
2. What did the Queen say?
3. What did the King say to his servants?
4. Where did the servants go?
5. With whom did they come back?
6. What did the King tell the Wise Man?
7. What did the Wise Man say?
8. What did the Wise Man do, before he went out of the Kings house?

3. Complete the sentences.


1. No ... food of his fathers house tasted good to him.
2. The Prince does not eat his food. I am afraid he will ... ... ... .
3. The King said, My son has lost his .... He is ... .
4. Go and find the Wise Man of the village. I ... ... he will help us.
5. The Wise Man ... before the King.
6. Then his ... will come back, and he will be strong again.
7. Then the Wise Man ... back, bowed to the King and walked out of the
Kings house.

4. Write sentences using the words below.


Dont forget to begin your sentences with capital letters.
1. him, the, delicious, taste, good, did not, food, house, his,
fathers, to, in.
2. called, his, one, the King, morning, all, servants.
3. bowed, the King, the Wise Man, to.
4. the best, let, food, find, the young Prince, in the world.
5. stepped, back, then, and, bowed, he, the King, before.

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5. Write the missing letters.

p r i n e a p e t i t e w s e

d e l i i o u s l s e w a k

t s t e h o s e h n g e r

6. Find all the adjectives in the text.


Write them in the correct boxes.

Positive Comparative Superlative

7. Noun Race.
You must have a pencil and a piece of paper. When your teacher says
Go!, write down all the nouns in the text. When your teacher says
Stop!, count how many nouns you have in your list. Who has the most?

Just a rhyme

Johny is over the ocean,


Johny is over the sea,
If you can catch Johny
You can catch me.

Johny over the ocean,


Johny over the sea,
You may catch Johny,
But you cant catch me.

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Unit 16 A
Practise reading
Practise the sound.

th [D]

these they then this


with that them gather
breathe those thus

Study the words
to be sick of to pass either to invite a cook brown bread

THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD


(Part two)
The days passed, but
the Princes appetite did not
come back. The King invited
the best cooks. But the Prince
did not like their food either.
He cried, I am sick of food.
Nothing tastes good. And
the Prince became thinner
every day.
One day the Prince looked
into the mirror and said, Oh!
How thin I am! If I do not eat I shall die of hunger. I must find the best
food in the world. He ran out of the Kings house to find that food.
He came to a forest. Then he saw a boy. This boy was strong and
happy. The Prince thought, This boy is poor but he is strong and
happy. I think he eats the best food in the world.
Hello, shouted the Prince, have you the best food in the
world?
Yes, I have, said the boy. And I can give you some if you help
me. Then the boy asked the Prince to cut down some trees. The
Prince never cut down a tree. But he tried, and he cut down many
trees. Then the boy took something out of his bag. He broke it into
two pieces and gave the larger piece to the Prince.

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This is the best food in the world. Did
you work and get tired before having any
meals? asked the boy. Then the Prince
understood what the best food in the world
was.
He went home and said to the King
and the Queen, I found the best food in
the world. And he took a piece of brown
bread out of his pocket.

Check up

1. True or false?
1. The Prince became thinner every day.
2. The Prince saw a little girl in the forest.
3. The boy was ill and unhappy.
4. The boy asked the Prince to play with him.
5. The Prince cut down many trees.
6. The Prince could not find the best food in the world.

2. Answer the questions.


1. What happened to the Prince?
2. What did the Prince say when he looked in the mirror?
3. Why did he run out of the house?
4. Who did he meet in the forest?
5. What did the Prince think about the boy?
6. What did the boy say to the Prince?
7. What did the boy give to the Prince?
8. What did the Prince understand?

3. Complete the sentences.


1. The Prince cried, I ... ... of food.
2. The Prince looked in the mirror and said, Oh! How thin I
am! Now I must ... the best food in the world.
3. The boy asked the Prince to help him ... ... the trees.
4. The Prince had never cut down a tree, but he ... and cut down
many trees.
5. The boy took something out of his ... .
6. The Prince ... what the best food in the world was.
7. He took a piece of brown ... out of his pocket.

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4. Write sentences using the words below.
Dont forget to begin your sentences with capital letters.
1. passed, appetite, days, come, not, the Princes, but,
did, back, the.
2. in, day, mirror, one, the Prince, looked, the.
3. poor, but, happy, this, he, boy, strong, is, and, is.
4. asked, to help, cut, down, then, the Prince, some trees, boy,
him, to, the.
5. world, understood, the, in, food, Prince, best,
was, the, what, the.

5. Write the missing letters.

f o d s i c b r e d

b o u n d e s t n d e t e r

s t p m i r o s r n g

6. Find all the adjectives in the text.


Write them in the correct boxes.

Positive Comparative Superlative

7. Find all the verbs in the text and write them in the correct boxes.

Simple present Simple past Simple future

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Unit 16 B
REVISION Practise grammar

The simple past in affirmative sentences

1. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb.


1. Yesterday she ... (make) an apple pie.
2. Yesterday I ... (make) an apple pie.
3. Yesterday they ... (make) an apple pie.
4. This morning she ... (bake) a pie.
5. This morning I ... (bake) a pie.
6. This morning we ... (bake) a pie.
7. She ... (use) apples.
8. We ... (use) apples.
9. I ... (use) apples.
10. They ... (use) apples.

The simple past in interrogative sentences

2. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb to do.
1. ... she make a pie?
2. ... you make a pie?
3. ... they make a pie?
4. ... you bake the pie in the oven?
5. ... she bake the pie in the oven?
6. ... they bake the pie in the oven?
7. ... you use apples?
8. ... they use apples?
9. ... she use apples?

3. Copy the sentences. Draw a line under the verbs in the simple
present and two lines under the verbs in the simple past.
1. Children love their mother and father.
2. Tom saw a picture on the wall.
3. It often rains in England.
4. The baker bakes bread for us.
5. They bought a new toy for the baby.
6. Jill laughs a lot.

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4. Copy the sentences. Draw a line under the verbs in the simple
future and two lines under the verbs in the simple past.
1. I shall write a letter tomorrow.
2. My brother played with his cat.
3. We shall play football after school.
4. The dog saw a cat in the tree.
5. John will visit his friend.
6. You brought your books yesterday.

The simple past in negative sentences

5. Make the sentences negative according to the model.


1. They enjoyed the party.
2. Tom got up at 8 oclock.
3. It was warm yesterday. I liked the story a lot.
4. Kate wrote a letter to her friend. I did not like the story.
5. Jill rang him up an hour ago.
6. I helped my Mother to bake the cake.
7. She liked to cook.
8. They made a pie for his birthday party.

6. Ask and answer questions according to the model. Work in pairs.

A. What did you do yesterday?


B. I went to the cinema.
A. Was the film interesting?
B. No, it was not interesting.
A. Did you like it?
B. No, I didnt like it.

7. Split into two groups. One group writes a short story We had a
party yesterday. The other group asks questions and finds out
how the first one described the party.

You may talk about anything you did yesterday.


Make your questions and answers interesting and lively.

8. Write a short story: Yesterday I went to ... .

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Unit 16 C
Practise speaking

REMEMBER
Excuse me I am sorry
Pardon I beg your pardon

1. Practise the dialogue.


A. Im sorry Im late.
B. What happened? Did you get up late?
A. No, I didnt get up late.
B. Did you miss the bus?
A. No, I didnt miss the bus.
B. Well, why are you late?
A. I lost my bag.

2. Complete the dialogue. Work in pairs.

A. Im sorry Im late.
B. What happened? Did .?
A. No
B. Did .?
A. No ...
B. Well, why are you late?
A. .
B. Excuse me.

Read aloud.
Marys Terrible Day

Mary went to her friends birthday party yesterday. She got up late
today. She missed the bus. So she walked to school. She was late for
the class. Her teacher was angry. Im sorry I got up late today, she
said. Excuse me!

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3. Complete the conversation using the text above.
A. Hi Mary! Did you have a good A. Why you late for the class?
day today? B. Because....
B. No I didnt. I had a terrible day. A. Why ......
A. What happened? B. Because....
B. My teacher shouted at me. A. Why ......
A. Why did your teacher shout B. Because....
at you? A. Why ..... .
B. Because I was late for the class. B. Because I went to a party last night.

4. Answer the questions according to the model.

Did you sleep well last night?


Yes, I did. I was tired.
Did Roger sleep well last night?
No, he didnt. He wasnt tired.

1. Did Tom have a big breakfast today? 4. Did Jane have a big breakfast today?
Yes, hungry. No, hungry.
2. Did Susan miss the train? 5. Did Sally miss the train?
Yes, late. No, late.
3. Did Jack put on his coat yesterday? 6. Did Mary put on his coat yesterday?
Yes, cold. No, cold.

5. Richard is speaking about the last nights party.


What happened? Fill in the blanks with was, were.
Yesterday Marys birthday. There many people at her birthday
party. There much food there. The music very loud. I not at
the party. I ill yesterday. But my girl-friend Sylvia there. She
happy and had a good time. All the people happy there. But I
not happy, because I at home and didnt go to the party.
6. Richards girl-frend is visiting him. He asks her questions about
the party. What does he say? The answers will help you to find
the questions.

1. .....................................................? 35 people.
2. .....................................................? Monica sang.
3. .....................................................? I danced with Paul.
4. .....................................................? Yes, there was much food there.
5. .....................................................? Yes, it was very loud.
6. .....................................................? Yes, they were very happy.
7. .....................................................? Next week there is another
party. You can come then.

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Check up

7. What about you? Answer the questions. Work in pairs.

Did you go to a party last night?


What did you do last night?

Did you get up late today?


What time did you get up?

How did you get to class today?


Did you come on time?

8. Make up a dialogue according to the model. Work in pairs.

A.Where will you spend your holidays?


B. I shall open my holidays at the seaside.
A.Will you spend your holidays with your parents?
B. Yes, I shall spend my holidays with my parents.

A. How will you ..?


B. We shall ...
A. .?
B.

9. Write a short story about your coming holidays. Discuss it with


your friends. Work in pairs.

Do not forget English!


Practise it every now and then!
Holidays are here again!
Have nice holidays!

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GRAMMAR GUIDE
The noun

The Formation of the Plural


-s , s,
ss, x, ch, sh -es,
[iz]

-s
[s] .
books
cups
cats
hats

[z] .
bags boys
balls ties
pens toys
birds days


+ y
y i -es.
a country countries
a city cities
a baby babies
a story stories

+ y
-s. boy boys toy toys
f- fe-
f v -es.
a leaf leaves
a shelf shelves
a wife wives
a knife knives

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a man men a mouse mice

a woman women a tooth teeth

a foot feet a goose geese

The Formation of the Possessive Case of the Nouns


1. (Possessive Case)

-s .
the boys book

the girls doll

the babys toy

the mans hat

2.
-.
the boys books

the girls dolls

the babies toys

the teachers room

3.
, ,
-s .
the mens hats

the womens eyes

the childrens pens

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The adjective

The Degrees of Comparison

1.
(Comparative Degree)
-er, (Superlative Degree) -est
.
long longer the longest
big bigger the biggest
strong stronger the strongest
happy happier the happiest

2.
more, most .

difficult more difficult the most difficult


beautiful more beautiful the most beautiful
interesting more interesting the most interesting
active more active the most active

3.
.

good better the best


bad worse the worst
little less the least
much
more the most
many
far farther the farthest

4. the

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The article

The Indefinite Article The Definite Article


a/an the

a
,
the
.
a man
a book the table
a pen the dog
a dog the boy
the girl
an


.

an apple
an egg
an inkpot
an aunt

The Pronoun

Personal Pronouns Possessive Pronouns

I We Me Us My Our
You You You You Your Your
He Him His
She They Her Them Her Their
It It Its

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Demonstrative Pronouns

Singular Plural

this these

that
those

Indefinite Pronouns

Affirmative Form Interrogative Form Negative Form

some any no, not any


somebody anybody nobody
someone anyone no one
something anything nothing

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The Numeral

Cardinal Numerals Ordinal Numerals

1 one the first 1 st


2 two the second 2 nd
3 three the third 3 rd
4 four the fourth 4 th
5 five the fifth 5 th
6 six the sixth 6 th
7 seven the seventh 7 th
8 eight the eighth 8 th
9 nine the ninth 9 th
10 ten the tenth 10 th
11 eleven the eleventh 11 th
12 twelve the twelfth 12 th
13 thirteen the thirteenth 13 th
14 fourteen the fourteenth 14 th
15 fifteen the fifteenth 15 th
16 sixteen the sixteenth 16 th
17 seventeen the seventeenth 17 th
18 eighteen the eighteenth 18 th
19 nineteen the nineteenth 19 th
20 twenty the twentieth 20 th
21 twenty-one the twenty-first 21 st
22 twenty-two the twenty-second 22 nd
30 thirty the thirtieth 30 th
40 forty the fortieth 40 th
50 fifty the fiftieth 50 th
60 sixty the sixtieth 60 th
70 seventy the seventieth 70 th
80 eighty the eightieth 80 th
90 ninety the ninetieth 90 th
100 one hundred the one hundredth 100 th
123 one hundred and twenty- the one hundred and 123 rd
three twenty-third 1000 th
1000 one thousand the one thousandth

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The verb
The Indefinite Tenses

The Present Indefinite Tense

To Be

Affirmative Interrogative
I am We are Am I? Are we?
You are You are Are you? Are you?
He is Is he?
She is They are Is she? Are they?
It is Is it?

Negative
I am not We are not
You are not You are not
He is not
She is not They are not
It is not

To Have

Affirmative Interrogative
I have We have Have I? / Do I have? Have we? / Do we have?
You have You have Have you? / Do you have? Have you? / Do you have?
He has Has he? / Does he have?
She has They have Has she? / Dose she have? Have they? / Do they have?
It has Has it? / Does it have?

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Negative
I have not / I do not have We have not / We do not have
You have not / You do not have You have not / You do not have
He has not / He does not have
She has not / She does not have They have not / They do not have
It has not / It does not have

To Do

Affirmative Interrogative
I do We do Do I do? Do we do?
You do You do Do you do? Do you do?
He does Does he do?
She does They do Does she do? Do they do?
It does Does it do?

Negative
I do not do We do not do
You do not do You do not do
He does not do
She does not do They do not do
It does not do

To Work

Affirmative Interrogative
I work We work Do I work? Do we work?
You work You work Do you work? Do you work?
He works Does he work?
She works They work Does she work? Do they work?
It works Does it work?

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Negative
I do not work We do not work
You do work You do not work
He, She, It does not work They do not work

Present Indefinite 3-
-s -es ,

The Past Indefinite Tense

To Be

Affirmative Interrogative
I was We were Was I? Were we?
You were You were Were you? Were you?
He was Was he?
She was They were Was she? Were they?
It was Was it?

Negative
I was not We were not
You were not You were not
He was not
She was not They were not
It was not

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To Have

Affirmative Interrogative
I had We had Had I? / Did I have? Had we? / Did we have?
You had You had Had you? / Did you have? Had you? / Did you have?
He had Had he? / Did he have?
She had They had Had she? / Did she have? Had they? / Did they have?
It had Had it? / Did it have?

Negative
I had not / I did not have We had not / We did not have
You had not / You did not have You had not / You did not have
He had not / He did not have
She had not / She did not have They had not / They did not have
It had not / It did not have

To Do

Affirmative Interrogative
I did We did Did I do? Did we do?
You did You did Did you do? Did you do?
He did Did he do?
She did They did Did she do? Did they do?
It did Did it do?

Negative
I did not do We did not do
You did not do You did not do
He did not do
She did not do They did not do
It did not do

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To Work

Affirmative Interrogative
I worked We worked Did I work? Did we work?
You worked You worked Did you work? Did you work?
He worked Did he work?
She worked They worked Did she work? Did they work?
It worked Did it work?

Negative
I did not work We did not work
You did not work You did not work
He did not work
She did not work They did not work
It did not work

(Regular verbs) Past Indefinite -ed


,

[t]
worked
helped
jumped
stopped

[d]
called
played
happened
enjoyed

[id] t d
wanted
shouted
counted
needed

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The Future Indefinite Tense

Affirmative
I shall work We shall work
You will work You will work
He will work
She will work They will work
It will work

Interrogative
Shall I work? Shall we work?
Will you work? Will you work?
Will he work?
Will she work? Will they work?
Will it work?

Negative
I shall not work We shall not work
You will not work You will not work
He will not work
She will not work They will not work
It will not work

(The Future Indefinite Tense) shall


(1 ) will (II III )
( to )

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The Present Continuous Tense

(The Present Continuous)



to be -ing

Affirmative
I am working. We are working.
You are working. You are working.
He is working.
She is working. They are working.
It is working.

Interrogative
Am I working? Are we working?
Are you working? Are you working?
Is he working?
Is she working? Are they working?
Is it working?

Negative
I am not working. We are not working.
You are not working. You are not working.
He is not working.
She is not working. They are not working.
It is not working.

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Modal Verbs

Can/Could

Affirmative
I can/could work. We can/could work.
You can/could work. You can/could work.
He can/could work. They can/could work.
She can/could work.
It can/could work.

Interrogative
Can/Could I work? Can/Could we work?
Can/Could you work? Can/Could you work?
Can/Could he work?
Can/Could she work? Can/Could they work?
Can/Could it work?

Negative
I cannot/couldnt work. We cannot/couldnt work.
You cannot/couldnt work. You cannot/couldnt work.
He cannot/couldnt work. They cannot/couldnt work.
She cannot/couldnt work.
It cannot/couldnt work.

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May/Might

Affirmative

I may/might speak. We may/might speak.


You may/might speak. You may/might speak.
He may/might speak. They may/might speak.
She may/might speak.
It may/might speak.

Interrogative

May/might I speak? May/might we speak?


May/might you speak? May/might you speak?
May/might he speak? May/might they speak?
May/might she speak?
May/might it speak?

Negative

I may/might not speak. We may/might not speak.


You may/might not speak. You may/might not speak.
He may/might not speak. They may/might not speak.
She may/might not speak.
It may/might not speak.

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Must

Affirmative

I must eat. We must eat.


You must eat. You must eat.
He must eat. They must eat.
She must eat.
It must eat.

Interrogative

Must I eat? Must we eat?


Must you eat? Must you eat?
Must he eat? Must they eat?
Must she eat?
Must it eat?

Negative

I must not eat. We must not eat.


You must not eat. You must not eat.
He must not eat. They must not eat.
She must not eat.
It must not eat.

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The List of Irregular Verbs

Infinitive Past Tense Translation


to be was/were
to begin began
to break broke
to bring brought
to build built
to buy bought
to catch caught
to choose chose
to come came
to cut cut
to do did ,
to draw drew
to drink drank
to drive drove
to eat ate
to fall fell
to feel felt
to fight fought
to fly flew
to forget forgot
to get got
to give gave
to go went
to have had
to hear heard
to know knew ,
to lay laid
to learn learnt
to leave left
to lose lost
to make made
to meet met
to put put ()
to read read
to ring rang ()

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Infinitive Past Tense Translation
to run ran ()
to say said
to see saw
to sell sold
to send sent
to show showed
to shut shut ,
to sing sang
to sit sat
to sleep slept
to speak spoke
to spend spent ,
to stand stood
to swim swam
to take took
to teach taught
to tell told ,
to think thought
to understand understood
to wear wore

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VOCABULARY
Aa around adv. [@ 2raund] ,
arrow n. [2{rou]
a art. [@] . art n. [A:t]
about prep. [@ 2baut] article n. [2a:tIkl] .
above adv. [@ 2bv] , artist n. [2a:tIst]
according adv. [@ 2kO:dI] as adv. [@z, {z] ,
, cj. ,
acrobat n. [2{kr@b{t] as as
act v. [{kt] ask v. [A:sk] ,
action n. [2{kS@n] at prep. [@t, {t]
actor n. [2{kt@] at home
add v. [{d] at school
adjective n. [2{dZIktIv] . at five oclock
affirmative a. [@2f@:m@tIv] , at the lesson
at the window
after prep. [2A:ft@] attention n. [@ 2tenSn]
afternoon n. [2A:ft@nu:n] August n. [2O:g@st]
Good afternoon , aunt n. [2a:nt] ,
In the afternoon , autumn n. [2O:t@m]
again adv. [@ 2geIn, @ 2gen] ,
away a. [@ 2weI]
age n. [eIdZ]
adv.
air n. [E@] ,

airport n. [2E@pO:t]
axe n. [{ks]
alive a. [@ 2laIv] ,
all n. [O:l] ,
all right , Bb
Its all right , baby n. [2beIbI]
aloud adv. [@ 2laud] , back n. [b{k] , , ,
alphabet n. [2{lf@bIt] backwards adv. [2b{kw@ds] ,
always adv. [2O:lw@z] bad a. [b{d]
ambulance n. [2{mbjul@ns] bag n. [b{g] ,
an art. [@n] . baker n. [2beIk@]
and cj. [@nd, {nd] , ball n. [bO:l]
animal n. [2{nIm@l] balloon n. [b@ 2lu:n]
answer n. [2A:ns@] band n. [b{nd] , ,
v. bar n. [ba:] , ,
ant n. [{nt] bare a. [bE@] ,
any pron. [enI] ( basin n. [beIsn] ,
) ( basket n. [2ba:skIt]
) basketball n.
anyone pron. [2enIwn] , - bath n. [2ba:T] ,
bathroom n. [2ba:Trum]
anything pron. [2enITIn] ( be v. [bi:] ,
), beach n. [bi:tS]
, ( bear n. [2bE@]
) beard n. [bI@d]
apology n. [@ 2pOl@dZI] beautiful a. [2bju:tIful]
appearance n. [@ 2pI@r@ns] because cj. [bI 2kOz] ,
appetite n. [2{pItaIt] become v. [bI 2km]
apple n. [2{pl] bed n. [bed] ,
April n. [2eIpr@l] to go to bed
apricot n. [2eIprIkOt] bedroom n. [2bedrum]
arm n. [A:m] , bee n. [bi:]
armchair n. [A:m2tSE@]

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before prep. [bI 2fO:] , ,
begin v. [bI 2gIn] ,
Cc
cabbage n. [2k{bIdZ]
bell n. [bel] ,
cage n. [keIdZ]
belong v. [bI 2lo] ,
cake n. [keIk]
below adv. [bI 2lOu] ,
calendar n. [2k{lInd@]
bench n. [bentS]
call v. [kO:l] ,
big a. [bIg]
can v. [k{n] / /
bicycle n. [2baIsIkl]
candle n. [k{ndl]
bird n. [b@:d]
cap n. [k{p] ,
biscuit n. [2bIskIt]
capital n. [k{pItl]
bite v. [baIt]
capital letter
black a. [bl{k] car n. [kA:]
blackboard n. [bl{kbO:d] card n. [kA:d] , /pl./
blank n. [bl{k] , careful a. [2kE@ful] ,
bloom v. [blu:m] carpenter n. [2ka:pInt@]
blond a. [blOnd] carpet n. [2ka:pIt]
blouse n. [2blauz] carriage n. [2k{rIdZ]
blow v. [blou] carrot n. [2k{r@t]
blue a. [blu:] carry v. [2k{rI] ,
body n. [2bOdI] , cart n. [ka:t]
boil v. [bOIl] , case n. [keIs] . ,
book n. [buk] cat n. [k{t]
bookcase n. [2bukkeIs] catch v. [k{tS]
bone n. [2boun] ceiling n. [2si:lI]
boot n. [bu:t] chair n. [tSE@]
bottle n. [bOtl] chalk n. [tSO:k]
bow v. [2bau] , chalkboard n. [2tSOkbO:d]
bowl n. [2boul] , , change v. [tSeIndZ]
box n. [bOks] , chart n. [tSA:t]
boy n. [bOI] cheap a. [tSi:p]
boyfriend n. [2bOIfrend] check v. [tSek] ,
bracket n. [2br{kIt] cheek n. [tSi:k] ,
branch n. [bra:ntS] cheese n. [tSi:z]
brave a. [breIv] cherry n. [2tSerI] ,
bread n. [bred] chess n. [tSes]
break v. [breIk] , chest n. [tSest] ,
breakfast n. [2brekf@st] chick n. [tSIk]
to have breakfast chiken n. [2tSIkIn] ,
bridge n. [brIdZ] child n. [tSaIld]
bright a. [braIt] , chimney n. [2tSImnI]
bring v. [brI] , chocolate n. [2tSOk@lIt]
broom n. [bru:m] , chop v. [tSOp]
brother n. [2brD@] Christmas n. [2krIsm@s]
brown a. [braun] church n. [tS@:tS]
brush n. [brS] , cinema n. [2sInIm@] ,
build v. [bIld] circle n. [s@:kl] ,
bus n. [bs] circus n. [2s@:k@s]
bush n. [buS] , city n. [2sItI]
busy a. [2bIzI] class n. [klA:s]
to be busy classroom n. [2klA:srum]
but cj. [bt] , , , clean a. [kli:n] ,
butcher n. [2butS@] , clever a. [2klev@]
butter n. [2bt@] climb v. [klaIm]
button n. [2btn] clock n. [klOk]
buy v. [baI] close a. [klous]
v.

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closed a. [klouzd]
clothes n. [klouDs]
Dd
Dad n. [d{d]
cloud n. [klaud]
Daddy n. [2d{dI]
clown n. [klaun]
dance v. [da:ns]
clue n. [klu:] ( )
dancer n. [2da:ns@]
coach n. [koutS]
dark a. [da:k] ,
coat n. [kout]
daughter n. [2dO:t@]
cock n. [kOk]
day n. [deI] ,
coffee n. [2kOfI]
dead a. [ded]
coin n. [koIn]
December n. [dI 2semb@]
cold a. [kould]
definite a. [2defInIt] . ,
collect v. [k@ 2lekt]
degree n. [dI 2gri:]
colour n. [2kl@]
delicious a. [dI 2lIS@s]
comb n. [koum] ,
dentist n. [2dentIst]
come v. [km] ,
department store n. [dI 2pa:tm@nt stO:]
to come back

to come in
desk n. [desk]
to come up
dialogue n. [2daI@lOg]
comfortable a. [2kmf@t@bl] ,
diet n. [2daI@t] , ,

different a. [2dIf@r@nt]
common a. [2kOm@n] .
difficult a. [2dIfIk@lt]
comparative a. [k@m2p{r@tIv] .
dig v. [dIg]

dining-room n. [2daInIrum]
comparison n. [k@m2p{rIsn]
dinner n. [2dIn@]

to have dinner
complete v. [k@m2pli:t] ,
dirrect a. [dI 2rekt]
computer n. [k@m2pju:t@]
dirty a. [2d@:tI]
conjugate v. [2kOndZugeIt] .
dish n. [dIS] , ,
content n. [2kOntent] (pl.)
do v. [du:] ,
cook n., v. [kuk] ,
to do lessons
copy-book n. [2kOpIbuk]
to do morning exercises
corn n. [k:On]

correct a. [k@ 2rekt] ,
doctor n. [2dOkt@]
v. ,
dog n. [dOg]
corresponding a. [kOrIs 2pOndI]
doll n. [dOl]

donkey n. [2dOkI]
cosy a. [2kouzI]
door n. [dO:r]
count v. [kaunt] ,
down adv. [daun] , ,
countable a. [2kaunt@bl]
downstairs adv. [2daunstE@z] ,
country n. [2kntrI] ,
draw v. [drO:] , , ,
cousin n. [kzn] ,
drawer n. [2drO:@]
cow n. [kau]
drawing n. [2drO:I] ,
cream n. [kri:m]
dress n. [dres]
crocodile n. [2krOk@daIl]
drink n. [drIk]
cross n. [krOs]
v.
v. -
drive v. [draIv] ()
crown n. [2kraun]
driver n. [2draIv@]
cruel a. [2kru@l]
drown v. [draun]
cry n. [kraI]
dry a. [draI]
v. ,
v.
cup n. [kp]
duck n. [dk]
cupboard n. [2kb@d]
duster n. [2dst@]
curtain n. [k@:tn]
duty n. [2dju:tI] ,
cusion n. [2kuS@n]

customer n. [2kst@m@]
on duty
cut v. [kt]

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Ee fence n. [fens]
few a. [fju:]
each pron. [i:tS] ,
field n. [fi:ld]
ear n. [I@]
fight v. [faIt] ,
early a.,adv.[2@:lI]
fifteen num. [2fIf2ti:n]
earth n. [@:T] ,
fifty num. [2fIftI]
easy a. [2i:zI]
fill v. [fIl] ,
eat v. [i:t]
find v. [faInd] ,
egg n. [eg]
to find out ,
eight num. [eIt]
fine n. [faIn] ,
eighteen num. [2eI 2ti:n]
finger n. [2fIg@]
eighty num. [2eItI]
finish v. [2fInIS] ,
elbow n. [2elbou]
fire n. [2faI@] ,
elephant n. [2elIf@nt]
by the fire
eleven num. [I 2levn]
first num. [2f@:st]
empty a. [emptI]
fish n. [fIS]
v.
five num. [faIv]
end v. [end]
flag n. [fl{g]
engine n. [2endZIn] ,
flat n. [fl{t]
engineer n. [endZI 2nI@] (
floor n. [flO:] ,
)
flour n. [2flau@]
envelope n. [2envIloup]
flower n. [2flau@]
evening n. [2i:vnI]
flu n. [flu:] ()
Good evening
fly v. [flaI] ,
every a. [2evrI] ,
food n. [fu:d] ,
everyday a. [2evrI 2deI] ,
foot n. [fut]
everyone pron. [2evrIwn]
football n. [2futbO:l]
excuse v. [Iks 2kju:z]
for prep. [f@, fO:] ,
n.
forget v. [f@ 2get]
Excuse me, :
fork n. [fO:k]
exercise n. [2eks@saIz] ,
forest n. [2fOrIst]
to do morning exercises
form n. [fO:m] ,

forty num. [2fO:tI]
exercise-book n. [2eks@saIZbuk]
fountain n. [2fauntIn]

four n. [fO:]
expression n. [Iks2preSn]
fourteen num. [2fO:2ti:n]
eye n. [aI]
fox n. [fOks]
free a. [fri:]
Ff Friday n. [2fraIdI]
friend n. [frend] ,
face n. [feIs]
frighten v. [fraItn] ,
factory n. [2f{kt@rI] ,
frog n. [frOg]
fair a. [fE@] ,
front n. [frnt]
fairy n. [2fE@rI]
in front of , ,
fall v. [fO:l]
frost n. [frOst]
false a. [fO:ls] , ,
frosty a. [2frOstI] ,
family n. [2f{mIlI]
fruit n. [fru:t]
far a.,adv. [fa:] ,
fry v. [fraI]
far away [fA:@ 2weI] ,
frying pan n. [2fraIp{n]
farm n. [fa:m] ,
full a. [ful] ,
farmer n. [2fa:m@] ,
fun n. [fn] , ,
fast a. [fa:st]
,
fat a. [f{t] ,
funny a. [2fnI] ,
father n. [2fa:D@]
future n. [2fju:tS@] , .
favourite a. [2feIv@rIt] ,

February n. [2febru@rI]
feed v. [fi:d]

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Gg Hh
game n. [geIm] hair n. [hE@]
garage n. [2g{ra:Z] half n. [ha:f]
garden n. [ga:dn] hall n. [hO:l]
gate n. [geIt] ham n. [h{m]
gather v. [2g{D@] hammer n. [2h{m@]
gay a. [geI] , hand n. [h{nd]
hankerchief n. [2h{k@tSIf]
get v. [get] ,
handsome a. [2h{ns@m] ,
to get through , happen v. [2h{p@n]
to get up happy a. [2h{pI]
ghost n. [goust] hard a. [ha:d] ,
giant a. [2dgaI@nt] hat n. [h{t]
giraffe n. [dZI 2ra:f] have v. [h{v, h@v]
girl n. [g@:l] hay n. [heI] ,
give v. [gIv] he p. [hi:] (
glad a. [gl{d] , )
glass n. [gla:s] , head n. [hed]
globe n. [gloub] health n. [helT]
glove n. [glv] hear v. [hI@]
glue n.,v. [glu:] , heat n. [hi:t] ,
go v. [gou] help v. [help]
hen n. [hen]
to go out
her p. [h@:] (
goat n. [gout]
)
gold n. [gould] here adv. [hI@] ,
golden a. [2gould@n] , hide v. [haId] ,
good a. [gud] high a. [haI]
goose n. [gu:s] hill n. [hIl]
governor n. [2gv@n@] him p. [hIm] (
grammar n. [2gr{m@] )
grandchild n. [2gr{ntSaIld] his p. [hIz] (
grandfather n. [2gr{nfa:D@] )
grandmother n. [2gr{nmD@] History n. [2hIst@rI]
grandparents n. [2gr{ndpE@r@nts] hobby n. [2hobI]
hockey n. [2hOkI]
grape n. [greIp] hold v. [hould]
grass n. [gra:s] hole n. [houl]
holiday n. [2hOl@dI] ,
gratitude n. [2gr{tItju:d]
home n. [houm]
at home
great a. [greIt] hop v. [hOp]
green a. [gri:n] hope v. [houp] ,
greet v. [gri:t] , horse n. [hO:s]
greeting n. [2gri:tIng] , hospital n. [2hOspIt@l]
grey a. [greI] , hot a. [hOt] ,
grocer n. [2grous@] hotel n. [hou 2t@l]
grocery n. [2grous@rI] house n. [haus]
ground n. [graund] , how adv. [hau] ,
group n. [gru:p] hundred num. [2hndr@d]
grow v. [grou] , , hungry a. [2hgrI]
guess v. [ges] , , to be hungry
guitar n. [gI 2ta:] hunter n. [2hnt@]
hurry v. [2hrI]
gun n. [gn] ,
hurt v. [h@:t] ,
gymnastics n. [dZIm2n{stIks]
husband n. [2hzb@nd]
hut n. [ht]

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Ii Ll
I p. [aI] lady n. [2leIdI] ,
ice n. [aIs] lace n. [leIs] ,
ice-cream n. [2aIskri:m] ladder n. [2l{d@]
icy a. [2aIsI] , lake n. [leIk]
in prep. [In] lamp n. [l{mp]
indefinite a. [In 2defInIt] lantern n. [2l{nt@n]
index n. [2Indeks] , large a. [la:dZ] ,
index finger last a. [la:st]
ink n. [Ik] late a. [leIt]
instead adv. [In 2sted] to be late
interesting a. [2IntrIstI] laugh v. [la:f]
interrogative a. [Int@ 2rOg@tIv] lay v. [leI]
interview v. [2Int@vju:] , to lay the table
lazy a. [2leIzI] ,
into prep. [Int@, Intu] , leader n. [2li:d@]
iron n.,v. [2aI@n] . , leaf n. [li:f]
irregular a. [I 2regjul@] . learn v. [l@:n]
island n. [2aIl@nd] leave v. [li:v] ,
it p. [It] , , left a. [left]
its p. [Its] , leg n. [leg] ,
lemon n. [2lem@n]
Jj lesson n. [lesn]
to do lessons
jacket n. [2dg{kIt]
let v. [let]
jam n. [dZ{m] ,
letter n. [2let@] ,
January n. [2dZ{nju@rI]
lid n. [lId]
jar n. [dZa:]
lie v. [laI] , ,
jeans n. [dZi:nz] . .,
lift v. [lIft]
jewels n. [2dZu:@lz]
light n. [laIt]
job n. [dZOb] ,
like a.,v. [laIk] ,
join v. [dZOIn] , ,
line n. [laIn]
joy n. [dZOI] ,
lion n. [2laI@n]
judge n.,v. [dZdZ] ,
lip n. [lIp]
judo n. [2dZu:dO]
list n. [lIst] ,
jug n. [dZg] ,
listen v. [lIsn]
juggler n. [2dZgl@:]
little a. [lItl] , ,
July n. [dZu:2laI]
little finger
jump v. [dZmp]
live v. [lIv]
June n. [dZun]
living-room n. [2lIvIrum]
just adv. [dZst] , ,
loaf n. [louf] ,
log n. [lOg] ,
Kk long a. [lO]
look v. [luk]
kangaroo n. [k{g@ 2ru:] to look after ,
kettle n. [ketl] to look up ,
key n. [ki:] look for
king n. [kI] lorry n. [2lOrI]
kitchen n. [2kItS@n] lose v. [lu:z]
kitten n. [2kIt@n] lots of, a lot of adv. ,
kill v. [kIl] loud a. [laud] , ,
knee n. [ni:] love v. [lv]
knife n. [naIf] low a. [lou]
knit v. [nIt] , luck n. [lk]
knock n.,v. [nOk] , lunch n. [lntS]
know v. [nou] , to have lunch

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Mm money n. [2mnI] ,
monkey n. [2mkI]
macaroni n. [m{k@ 2rounI] monster n. [2mOnst@]
machine n. [m@ 2Si:n] , month n. [mnT]
magic a. [2m{dZIk] moon n. [mu:n]
magician n. [m{ 2dZIS@n] morning n. [2mO:nI]
make v. [meIk] mother n. [2mD@]
to make the bed motor n. [2mout@]
to make up , mountain n. [2mauntIn] ,
man n. [m{n] , mouse n. [maus]
many a. [2menI]
mousetrap n. [2maustr{p]
map n. [m{p]
mouth n. [mauT]
marble n. [ma:bl]
much a. [mtS]
March n. [mA:tS]
mud n. [md]
market n. [2ma:kIt]
mushroom n. [2mSru:m]
marry v. [m{rI] ,
music n. [2mju:zIk]
mask n. [ma:sk]
must v. [mst] , (, ,
match n. [m{tS] ,
, , )
May n. [meI]
my p. [maI]
may v. [meI] ,
me p. [mi:] , ()
meal n. [mi:l] , , ,
,
Nn
nail n. [neIl] ,
to have meals ,
name n.,v. [neIm] ,
meat n. [mi:t]
nature n. [2neItS@]
medicine n. [2medsIn]
near a. [nI@]
meet v. [mi:t] , ,
neat a. [ni:t] ,

neck n. [nek]
meeting n. [2mi:tI] ,
needle n. [ni:dl]

negative a. [2neg@tIv] ,
melon n. [2mel@n]

melt v. [melt] ,
neigbour n. [2neIb@]
member n. [2memb@]
nephew n. [2nevju:]
merry a. [2merI] ,
nest n. [nest]
mess n. [mes] ,
net n. [net] ,

never adv. [2nev@]
message n. [2mesIdZ] ,
new a. [nju:]
,
newspaper n. [2nju:speIp@] ,
mew v. [mi:2au]
next a. [nekst] ,
midday n. [2mIddeI]
nice a. [naIs]
middle a. [mIdl] , ,
niece n. [ni:s]
middle finger n.
night n. [naIt]
midnight n. [2mIdnaIt]
nine num. [naIn]
mile n. [maIl]
nineteen num. [2naIn 2ti:n]
milk n. [mIlk]
ninety num. [2naIntI]
mind v. [maInd] , ,
no a.,part.[nou] ,

noisy a. [2noIzI]
minus n. [2maIn@s] ,
nose n. [nouz]
minute n. [2mInIt]
not adv. [nOt]
mirror n. [2mIr@]
note n. [nout] ,
miss v. [mIs] ,
notebook n. [2noutbuk]
mist n. [mIst] ,
noun n. [naun] .
mistake n. [mIs 2teIk]
November n. [no 2vemb@]
mix v. [mIks]
number n. [2nmb@] ,
modal a. [moudl] .
nurse n. [n@:s] ,
model n. [mOdl] ,
nut n. [nt]
Monday n. [2mndI]

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Oo pencil n. [2pensl]
people n. [2pi:pl] ,
oak n. [ouk]
pepper n. [2pep@]
object n. [2ObdZIkt]
perform v. [p@ 2fO:m]
objective a. [Ob2dZektIv] .
perhaps adv. [p@ 2h{ps]

person n. [p@:sn]
October n. [Ok2toub@]
personal a. [2p@:sn@l]
of prep. [@v, Ov]
pet n. [pet] , (
,
)

photograph n. [2fout@gra:f]
office n. [2OfIs] ,
piano n. [2pj{nou]
often adv. [O:fn]
pick v. [pIk] ,
oil n. [OIl] ,
picture n. [2pIktS@:]
OK n. [2ou2keI] ()
pie n. [paI]
old a. [ould]
pig n. [pIg]
omelette n. [2OmlIt]
pillow n. [2pIlou]
on p. [On]
pilot n. [2paIl@t]
one num. [wn]
pink a. [pIk]
one another pron. [wn@ 2nT@]
pipe n. [paIp] ,
onion n. [2nj@n]
plane n. [pleIn]
only adv. [2ounlI] ,
plaster n. [2pla:st@] ,
open v. [2oup@n]
plate n. [pleIt]
opera n. [2Op@r@]
play v. [pleI] ,
or cj. [O:]
please v. [pli:z] , , ,
orange n. [2OrIndZ]

orchard n. [2O:tS@d]
plum n. [plm]
order n. [2O:d@] ,
plural a. [2plu@r@l]
other a. [2D@] , ,
plus n. [pls] ,
our pron. [2au@]
pocket n. [2pOkIt]
out prep. [aut]
pole n. [poul] , ,
over prep. [2ouv@]
policeman n. [p@ 2li:sm@n]
to be over
polish n.,v. [2pOlIS] ,
owl n. [aul]
polite a. [p@ 2laIt]
ox n. [Oks] ,
pool n. [pu:l] ,
poor a. [pu@]
Pp popcorn n. [2pOpkO:n]
paddle v. [p{dl] positive n., a. [2pOz@tIv] .
paint v. [peInt] , possessive a. [2p@zesIv]
painter n. [2peInt@] postman n. [2poustm@n]
palace n. [2p{lIs] potato n. [p@ 2teItou]
pale a. [peIl] , pour v. [pO:]
pansy n. [2p{nzI] practice n. [2pr{ktIs] ,
paper n. [2peIp@] preposition n. [prep@ 2zISn] .
parcel n. [pa:sl] present n. [2prez@nt] ,
parent n. [pE@r@nt] pretty a. [2prItI] , ,
park n. [pa:k] prince n. [prIns]
parrot n. [2p{r@t] princess n. [2prInsIz]
part n. [pA:t] , prison n. [prIzn]
parting n. [2pA:tI] profession n. [pr@ 2feSn] ,
past n. [pA:st] .
path n. [pa:T] promise v. [2prOmIs]
paw n. [pO:] pronoun n. [2prounaun] .
pay v. [peI] () pronounce v. [pr@ 2nauns]
peach n. [pi:tS] proud a. [praud]
pear n. [pE@] pudding n. [2pudI]
pen n. [pen] pull v. [pul] ,

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pumpkin n. [2pmpkIn] room n. [ru:m]
punish v. [2pnIS] rope n. [roup]
pupil n. [pju:pl] , rose n. [rouz]
puppy n. [2ppI] round a.,adv. [raund] ,
push v. [puS] rub v. [rb]
pussy n. [2pusI] , rubber n. [2rb@]
put v. [put] , ruler n. [2ru:l@]
to put on run v. [rn]

Qq Ss
queen n. [kwi:n] sad a. [s{d]
question n. [kwestSn] safe a. [seIf]
quilt n. [kwIlt] sail v. [seIl] , ( )
sailor n. [2seIl@]
Rr salad n. [2s@l@d]
sale n. [seIl]
rabbit n. [2r{bIt]
salesman n. [2seIlzm@n]
radio n. [2reIdIou]
salt n. [sO:lt]
rage n. [reIdZ] ,
same a. [seIm] ,
rain n. [reIn]
sandwich n. [2s{nwIdZ]
rainbow n. [2reInbou]
Saturday n. [2s{t@dI] ()
raincoat n. [2reInkout]
sauce n. [sO:s]
raise v. [reIz]
saucepan n. [2sO:sp@n]
rat n. [r{t]
saucer n. [2sO:s@]
raven n. [reIvn]
sausage n. [2sO:sIdZ]
reach v. [ri:tS]
saw n. [sO:]
read v. [ri:d] ,
say v. [seI]
reading n. [2ri:dI] ,
scale n. [skeIl]

scarf n. [ska:f]
ready a. [2redI] ,
school n. [sku:l]
to be ready
schoolbag n. [2sku:lb{g]
receive v. [rI 2si:v]

recognize v. [r@ 2k@gnaIz]
schoolboy n. [2sku:lbOI]
recopy v. [rI 2kOpI] ,
schoolchild n. [2sku:ltSaIld]
record player v. [2rekO:dpleI@]
schoolgirl n. [2sku:lg@:l]
red a. [red]
scissors n. [2si:z@z]
refrigerator n. [r@ 2frIdZ@reIt@]
screw n. [skru:]
regular a. [2regjul@] .
sea n. [si:]
remember v. [rI 2memb@] ,
season n. [2si:z@n]
repeat v. [rI 2pi:t]
secret n. [2si:kri:t]
reply v. [rIp2laI]
secretary n. [2sekr@trI] ,
retell v. [rI 2tel]

revise v. [rI 2vaIz] ,
see v. [si:]
rhyme n. [raIm]
seed n. [si:d]

sell v. [sel]
ribbon n. [2rIb@n]
sentence n. [2sent@ns]
rice n. [raIs]
September n. [s@p2temb@]
rich a. [rItS]
servant n. [2s@:v@nt]
riding n. [2raIdI]
seven num. [sevn]
right a. [raIt] ,
seventeen num. [2sevn 2ti:n]
ring n. [rI]
seventy num. [2sevntI]
ring finger
sew v. [sou]
river n. [2rIv@]
shall v. [S@l, S{l] 1-
road n. [roud] ,

roll v. [rOl] ,
shape n. [SeIp]
roof n. [ru:f]
share v. [2SE@]

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sharp a. [Sa:p] snow n. [snou]
she p. [Si:] ( snowball n. [2snoubO:l]
) snow-man n. [2snoum@n]
sheep n. [Si:p] so adv. [sou] , , ,
sheet n. [Si:t]
shelf n. [Self] soap n. [soup]
shield n. [Si:ld] sock n. [sOk]
shine v. [SaIn] , , sofa n. [2souf@]
ship n. [SIp] soft a. [sOft]
shirt n. [S@:t] soldier n. [2souldZ@]
shiver n.,v. [2SIv@] , somebody pron. [2smb@dI] , -
shoe n. [Su:]
shop n. [SOp] someone pron. [2smwn] , -
shop-assistant n. [2SOp,@sIst@nt]
something pron. [2smTI] ,
shopkeeper n. [2SOpki:p@]
short a. [SO:t] sometimes adv. [2smtaImz] ,
shorts n. [SO:ts]
shoulder n. [2Sould@] son n. [sn]
shout v. [Saut] soon adv. [su:n]
show v. [Sou] , sorry a. [sOrI] ,
shower n. [2Sau@] sound n. [saund]
shut v. [St] soup n. [su:p]
sick a. [sIk] space n. [speIs] ,
silver n. [2sIlv@] speak v. [spi:k]
simple a. [sImpl] special a. [2speS@l] ,
sing v. [sI] spend v. [spend] , ,
singer n. [2sI@] ,
singular a. [2sIgjul@] . spice n. [spaIs]
sister n. [2sIst@] split v. [splIt] ()
sit v. [sIt] spoon n. [spu:n]
to sit down sport n. [spO:t]
sitting-room n. [2sItIru:m] , spring n. [sprI]
square n.,a. [skwE@] ,
six num. [sIks]
sixteen num. [2sIks2ti:n] squirrel n. [2skwIr@l]
sixty num. [2sIkstI] stairs n. [stE@z]
size n. [saIz] , , stand v. [st{nd]
skate v. [skeIt] to stand up ,
ski v. [ski:] star n. [sta:]
skip v. [skIp] start v. [stA:t] ,
skirt n. [sk@:t] station n. [2steIS@n]
sky n. [skaI] stay v. [steI]
sleep v. [sli:p] steal v. [sti:l]
sleepyhead a. [2sli:pIhed] , step n. [step]
slide v. [slaId] stick n. [stIk]
slipper n. [2slIp@] still a. [stIl] , ,
slow a. [slou] stocking n. [2stOkI]
small a. [smO:l] stone n. [stoun]
smart a. [sma:t] story n. [2stOrI] ,
smell n. [smel] stove n. [stouv]
smile n. [smaIl] strange n. [2streIndZ]
smoke v., n. [smouk] , stream n. [stri:m]
snail n. [sneIl] street n. [stri:t]
snake n. [sneIk] strike v. [straIk] ,
snap v. [sn{p] student n. [2stju:d@nt] ,

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study n. [2stdI] , thirty num. [2T@:tI]
this p. [DIs] ,
v. , those p. [Douz]
subject n. [2sbZIkt] , thread n. [Tred]
sudden a. [2sd@n] three num. [Tri:]
suddenly adv. [2sdnlI] through prep. [Tru:] ,
sugar n. [2Sug@] throw v. [Trou]
suitcase n. [2sju:tkeIs] thumb n. [Tm]
summer n. [2sm@] Thursday n. [2T@:zdI]
sums n. [smz] tie n. [taI]
tiger n. [2taIg@]
sun n. [sn] time n. [taIm]
Sunday n. [2sndI] timetable n. [2taImteIbl] ,
superlative [sju:2p@:l@tIv] .
supper n. [2sp@] tired a. [2taI@d]
to have supper toast n. [toust] -
sweater n. [2swet@]
sweet a. [swi:t] today adv. [t@2deI]
swim v. [swIm] toe n. [tou]
swimming n. [2swImI] together adv. [t@ 2geD@]
switch v. [swItS] toilet n. [2tOIlIt]
to switch on tomato n. [t@ 2ma:tou] ,
to switch off tomorrow adv. [t@ 2mOrou]
sword n. [sO:d] tone n. [toun] , ,
tongue n. [t]
Tt too adv. [tu:] , ,
tooth n. [tu:T]
table n. [teIbl]
toothbrush n. [2tu:TbrS]
tail n. [teIl]
toothpaste n. [2tu:TpeIst]
take v. [teIk]
towel n. [2tau@l]
talk v. [tO:k]
town n. [taun]
tall a. [tO:l] ,
toy n. [tOI]
tap n. [t{p]
train n. [treIn]
taste n. [teIst]
trained a. [treInd] ,
tasty a. [2teIstI]
tray n. [treI]
tea n. [ti:]
tree n. [tri:]
teacher n. [2ti:tS@]
trouble n. [2trbl]
teaspoon n. [2ti:spu:n]
trousers n. [2trauz@z]
telephone n. [2telIfoun]
true a. [tru:] , ,
tell v. [tel] , ,
try v. [traI]
ten num. [ten]
Tuesday n. [2tju:zdI]
tense n. [tens] .
tulip n. [2tju:lIp]
terrible a. [2terIbl]
tune n. [tju:n] , ,
text n. [tekst] ,
turkey n. [2t@:kI]
than cj. [D{n, D@n]
turn v. [t@:n]
thank v. [T{k]
in turn ,
that p. [D{t] ,
TV-set n. [2tIvIset]
the art. [D@, DI, Di:] .
twelve num. [twelv]
there adv. [DE@]
twenty num. [2twentI]
these p. [Di:z]
two num. [tu:]
they p. [DeI] ,
thick a. [TIk]
thief n. [Ti:f] Uu
thin a. [TIn] , ugly a. [2glI] ,
thing n. [TI] , umbrella n. [ 2mbrel@]
think v. [TIk] uncle n. [2nkl] ,
thirteen num. [2T@:2ti:n] uncountable a. [2n 2kaunt@bl]

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under prep. [2nd@] which p. [wItS] ,
underline v. [2nd@laIn] whistle v. [wIsl]
unhappy a. [n 2h{pI] white a. [waIt]
unicorn n. [2ju:nIkO:n] who p. [hu:]
unit n. [2ju:nIt] , , whole a. [houl]
unknown a. [n 2noun] whom p. [hu:m] ,
up prep. [p] , whose p. [hu:z] , ,
upstairs adv. [2pstE@z] why p. [waI]
us p. [s] wife n. [waIf] ()
use v. [ju:z] , win v. [wIn]
usually a. [2juZu@lI] wind n. [wInd]
window n. [2wIndou]
Vv wine n. [waIn]
wing n. [wI]
van n. [v{n] ,
winter n. [2wInt@]
vase n. [va:z, veIz]
wise a. [waIz]
vegetable n. [2vedZIt@bl] ,
with prep. [wID] ,

wolf n. [wulf]
verb v. [v@:b] .
woman n. [2wum@n]
very avd. [verI] ,
wood n. [wud] ,
village n. [2vIlIdZ]
wool n. [wu:l]
visit v. [2vIzIt] ,
word n. [w@:d]
vocabulary n. [v@2k{bjul@rI] ,
work v. [w@:k]

worker n. [2w@:k@]
voice n. [vOIs]
world n. [w@:ld] , ,
volleyball n. [2vOlIbO:l]

write v. [raIt]
Ww wrong a. [rO]
wait v. [weIt]
walk v. [wO:k]
to go for a walk
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X-mas tree n. [2krIsm@stri:]
wall n. [wO:l]

want v. [wOnt] ,
xylophone n. [2zaIl@foun]
wardrobe n. [2wO:droub]
warm a. [wOrm]
wash v. [wOS] Yy
watch n. [wOtS] ,
yard n. [ja:d]
water n. [2wO:t@] ,
yarn n. [jA:n] ,
watermelon n. [2wO:t@mel@n]
year n. [j@:]
wave v. [weIv] ,
yellow a. [2jelou]
, ,
yes part. [jes]
way n. [weI] ,
yesterday adv. [2jest@:dI]
we p. [wi:]
yoghurt n. [2joug@:t]
weak a. [wi:k]
you p. [ju:] ,
wear v. [wE@] ,
young a. [j] ,
weather n. [2weD@]
your p. [jO:] ,
Wednesday n. [2wenzdI]
week n. [wi:k]
weekend n. [2wi:k2end] , Zz
() zebra n. [2zi:br@]
weigh v. [weI] zipper n. [2zIp@]
welcome v. [2welk@m] Zoo n. [zu:]
well adv. [wel]
wet v. [wet]
what p. [wO:t]
where p. [wE@] ,

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