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Learning 1 Learning and revising with this book have a routine, revision, say the word aloud 2 Keeping a vocabulary notebook record, the most im ortant thing is ... 3 Using a dictionary look up a word, guess the meanig 4 English language words adjective, phrasal verb, question mark 5 Classroom language board pen, share a book, swap places Word formation 6 Prefixes un-, in-, im-, dis- 7 Noun suffixes -ment, -ity, -ness, -tion 8 Adjective suffixes -able, -ive, -al, -y 9 Nouns and verbs with the same form guess/to guess, kiss/to kiss, rest/to rest 10 Compound nouns traffic light, tin opener, credit card, film star 11 Compound adjectives easy-going, well-known, part-t me Phrase building 12 Collocation (word partners) miss the bus, a soft drin , fast asleep 13 Idioms and fixed expressions never mind, go ahead, ake it in turns 14 Verb or adjective + preposition depend on, belong to interested in 15 Preposition + noun by train, on the radio, in a hurry 16 Apologies, excuses and thanks sorry I'm late, I got held up, thanks a lot 17 Requests, invitations and suggestions Could you ...? low about ...? if you like 18 Opinions, agreeing and disagreeing What do you thi k of ...? a brilliant idea 19 Likes, preferences and interests I quite like, and that sort of thing, I'd rather 20 Frequently asked questions How's it going? What's t e matter? 21 Common responses I hope so, that sounds great, wh t a shame 22 Greetings, farewells and special expressions Nice to reet you, see you soon, good luck 23 Phrasal verbs (1): form and meaning wake up, find o t, run out of sth 24 Phrasal verbs (2): grammar and style take sth off, grcw up, break down 25 Have and have got have a rest, I've got a headache, have a look 26 Make, do and take make a mistake, do homework, take a photo 27 Give, keep, break, see give sb a ring, break a record, r see 28 Leave, catch and let leave a message, catch a bus, let sb know 29 Get: uses and expressions get dressed, get married, get on with 30 Go: uses and expressions go for a drink, have a go, go deaf 31 The senses it looks nice, it feels like wool, don't touc 32 Partitives: a bag of ..., a bit of ... a cup of coffee, a bit of luck, a pair of shoes Parts of speech (special problems) 33 Uncountable nouns and plural nouns information (U , trousers (pl) 34 Verbs + -ing form or infinitive enjoy + -ing, refuse + i finitive 35 Verb patterns advise him to go ..., suggest (that) we I ave 36 Adjectives boring or bored, big or enormous 37 Prepositions: place at the bus stop, on the floor, past the castle 38 Adverbs: frequency and degree I rarely go, I quite often rive, rather good Connecting and linking 39 Time and sequence as soon as, while, eventually 40 Addition and contrast as well, although, however 41 Similarities, differences, comparisons, exceptions very sit ilar, compared with, apart from 42 Reason, purpose, result, condition so, because of, so tha , therefore, unless Topics The world around us 43 The physical world round the world, Sahara Desert, floo s 44 Weather heavy rain, a strong wind, lightning 45 Animals and insects pets, elephants, in the wild, protect 46 Countries, nationality and language Poland, the Far Eas , the French, in general People 47 The body and what it can do elbow, neck, breathe in, sh ke hands 48 Describing people's appearance good-looking, tall and sli , fair hair 49 Describing character shy, show your feelings, a sense of umour 50 Human feelings and actions angry, proud of, glance at, h ve a stroll 51 Family and friends mother-in-law, close friend, ex-husba d 52 Ages and stages childhood, go to university, in your twe ties Daily life 53 Daily routines fall asleep, have a shower, get to work 54 The place where you live right in the centre, on the first loor, rent 55 Around the home (1) spare room, lamp, cupboard, turn n the TV 56 Around the home (2) pillows, have a wash, do the ironin 57 Everyday problems spill, out of order, run out of bread 58 Money £10 note, lend and borrow, can't afford 59 Health: illness I don't feel well, flu, I get backache 60 Health: physical injuries break an arm, go to hospital, pa nful 61 Clothes skirt, earrings, put on a coat, too small 62 Shops and shopping go shopping, department store, cash desk 63 Food peach, peel an orange, lamb, salad dressing 64 Cooking and restaurants fresh bread, medium-rare, main course 65 City life the rush hour, shopping centre, lively 66 Life in the country rural area, on a farm, the nearest villa e 67 On the road main road, turn left, break down 68 Transport get on the bus, go by car, platform two Work 69 Work: duties, pay and conditions What do you do?, deal ith, salary 70 Jobs surgeon, design buildings, in the army 71 The career ladder apply for a job, pay rise, work abroad 72 In the office send e-mail, do paperwork, it isn't wo king 73 Business and finance interest rate, profit and loss, ise sharply Leisure and entertainment 74 Sport: ball games table tennis, pass the ball, win a game 75 Sport and leisure swimming, go to the gym, support a team 76 Cinema and theatre stage, third row, war film, violent, gripping 77 Music composer, lead singer, hit single, latest CD Communication and technology 78 Newspapers daily paper, headline, according to ... 79 Television switch over, soap opera, What's on TV? 80 On the phone mobile phone, wrong number, Is tha Mary? 81 Computers and the Internet hard disk, download, g t online, browse Social concerns 82 Education: school primary school, geography, pass an exam 83 Education: university engineering, do a degree, graduate, PhD 84 Law and order illegal, break the law, arrest someone, guilty 85 Crime shoplifting, robbery, late at night, valuables 86 Politics believe in democracy, left-wing, election 87 Bureaucracy identity card, fill in, signature, date of irth 88 Global problems pollution, destroy the planet, civil ar Tourism 89 Air travel check-in desk, land, a two-hour delay 90 Hotels and restaurants single room, pay the bill, Is linner included? 91 A sightseeing holiday in the city have a look round, guidebook, nightlife 92 Holidays by the sea seaside resort, sunbathe, sandy each Notional concepts 93 Time on Monday, since May, it takes an hour 94 Numbers two million, one and a half, divide by three 95 Distance, size and dimension a long way, too far, H w wide is it? 96 Shapes, colours and patterns a round table, a dark green skirt, yellowish Varieties of English 97 Notices and warnings sold out, no exit, mind the step, no parking 98 Vague language a vague idea, things, stuff, a bit, roughly 99 Formal and informal English buy vs purchase, kids zs children 100 Abbreviations and abbreviated words CV, MP, e.g., etc., lab, fridge, bike