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IO elem.comp French .indd
New
Inside Out
Elementary
Companion
French Edition
Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones & Jill Leatherbarrow
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Welcome to the New Inside Out Elementary Companion!
What information does the New Inside Out Companion give you?
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a summary of key words and phrases from each unit of New Inside Out Elementary Student’s Book
pronunciation of the key words and phrases
translations of the key words and phrases
sample sentences showing the words and phrases in context
a summary of the Grammar Extra Reference from New Inside Out Elementary Student’s Book
Abbreviations used in the Companion
(art)
article
(phr v) phrasal verb
(m) masculine
(v)
verb
(pron) pronoun
(pl n) plural noun
(v*)
irregular verb
(prep) preposition
(adv) adverb
(adj)
adjective
(det) determiner
(conj) conjunction
(n)
noun
(f) feminine
VOWELS AND DIPHTHONGS
/I/
/i…/
/U/
/u…/
/e/
/´/
/‰…/
/O…/
/œ/
/ø/
IO elem.comp French .indd II
big fish
green beans
should look
blue moon
ten eggs
about mother
learn words
short talk
fat cat
must come
/bIg fIS/
/gri…n bi…nz/
/SUd lUk/
/blu… mu…n/
/ten egz/
/´baUt møD´/
/l‰…n w‰…dz/
/SO…t tO…k/
/fœt kœt/
/møst køm/
CONSONANTS
/A…/
/Å /
/I´/
/eI/
/U´/
/OI/
/´U/
/e´/
/aI/
/aU/
calm start
hot spot
ear
face
pure
boy
nose
hair
eye
mouth
/kA…m stA…t/
/hÅt spÅt/
/I´/
/feIs/
/pjU´(r/
/bOI /
/n´Uz/
/he´/
/aI/
/maU∏/
/p/
/b/
/t/
/d/
/tS/
/dZ/
/k/
/g/
/f/
/v/
/∏/
/D/
pen
bad
tea
dog
church
jazz
cost
girl
far
voice
thin
then
/pen/
/bœd/
/ti…/
/dÅg/
/tS‰…tS/
/dZœz/
/kÅst/
/g‰…l/
/ fA…(r/
/vOIs/
/∏In/
/ Den/
/s/
/z/
/S/
/Z/
/m/
/n/
/N/
/h/
/l/
/r/
/w/
/j/
snake
noise
shop
measure
make
nine
sing
house
leg
red
wet
yes
/sneIk/
/nOIz/
/SÅp/
/meZ´(r/
/meIk/
/naIn/
/sIN/
/haUs/
/leg/
/red/
/wet/
/jes/
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Unit 1 (p. 4)
answer (n)
article (n)
board (n)
conversation (n)
dictionary
easy (adj)
favourite (adj)
look (at) (v)
No (adv)
partner (n)
piece of paper (n)
Right (adv)
song (n)
text (n)
Yes. (adv)
city (n)
email address (n)
phone number (n)
surname (n)
this (pron)
these (pron)
love (v)
phone (v)
repeat (v)
see (v)
Bye.
Goodbye.
Hello.
Hi.
/"A…ns´/
/"A…tIk“E‘l/
/bO…d/
/ÆkÅnv´"seIS“E‘n/
/"dIkS´n“E‘ri/
/"i…zi/
/"feIv“E‘rEt/
/lÁk“œt‘/
/nEÁ/
/"pÅ…tn´/
/Æpi…s ´v "peIp´/
/raIt/
/sÅN/
/tekst/
/jes/
/"sIti/
/"i…meIl EÆdres/
/"fEÁn ÆnØmbE/
/"s∏…neIm/
/DIs/
/Di…z/
/lØv/
/fEÁn/
/rI"pi…t/
/si…/
/baI/
/gÁd"baI/
/hE"lEÁ/
/haI/
réponse
article
tableau
conversation
dictionnaire
facile
préféré
regarde
Non
associé, partenaire
morceau de papier
Exact
chanson
texte
Oui
ville
adresse e-mail
numéro de téléphone
nom (de famille)
ceci, ce
ceux-ci, ces
aimer
téléphoner
répéter
voir
Adieu.
Au revoir.
Holà.
Salut.
Write the answers to the questions.
Read the article.
Look at the board.
Listen to the conversation.
Use a dictionary.
Do you think English is easy?
I love London. It’s my favourite city.
Look at the board.
“Are you American?” “No, I’m not.”
Work with a partner.
Write your name on piece of paper.
Right. What’s in your bag, sir?
Listen to the song.
Read the text.
“Can I see you in London, Helen?” “Yes, phone me.”
I love London. It’s my favourite city.
What’s your email address?
The phone number for Air France is 0870 142 4343.
What’s your surname, Helen?
“What’s this?” “It’s a mobile phone.”
“What are these?” “They’re sweets.”
I love London. It’s my favourite city.
“Can I see you in London, Helen?” “Yes, phone me.”
Can you repeat that, please?
Can I see you in London, Helen?
OK, bye, Helen. See you.
“Goodbye, Mike.” “Um, can I see you in London?”
“Hi, I’m Mike.” “Oh, hello. I’m Helen.”
Hi, I’m Mike. What’s your name?
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How do you say?
/ÆhaÁ dE jÁ "seI/
How do you spell?
/ÆhaÁ dE jÁ "spel/
madam (polite form of
address to a woman)
Nice to meet you.
/"mœdEm/
OK, thanks.
See you.
sir (polite form of
address to a man)
Sorry?
What? (question word)
What’s your name?
/ÆEÁkeI "TœNks/
/"si… jÁ/
/s∏…/
Where are you from?
/ÆweEr E jÁ "frÅm/
/ÆnaIs tÁ "mi…t jÁ/
/"sÅri/
/wÅt/
/ÆwÅts jE "neIm/
“How do you say ‘Francia’ in English?” “France.”
Enchanté de faire votre /ta
connaissance.
D’accord, merci.
A bientôt.
Monsieur
“Hello, I’m Helen.” “Nice to meet you, I’m Mike.”
“How do you spell ‘France’?”.“F-R-A-N-C-E.”
What’s in your bag, Madam?
“Can you spell that, please?” “G-E-R-M-A-N-Y.” “OK, thanks.”
OK, bye, Helen. See you.
Right, what’s in your bag, sir?
Pardon ?
Qu’… ?(que, quoi) ?
Quel est votre /ton nom ?
Comment vous appelezvous ?/… t’appelles-tu ?
D’où venez-vous ?/… vienstu ?
“How do you say ‘Alemania’ in English?” “Germany.” “Sorry?” “Germany.”
What’s in your bag?
“What’s your name?” “Helen.”
/brE"zil/
/"tSaInE/
/frA…ns/
/"dZ∏…mEni/
/"ItEli/
/dZE"pœn/
/"pEÁlEnd/
/"rØSE/
/speIn/
Brésil
Chine
France
Allemagne
Italie
Japon
Pologne
Russie
Espagne
People
People
People
People
People
People
People
People
People
/tSaI"ni…z/
/"dZ∏…mEn/
/I"tœliEn/
chinois
allemand
italien
People in China speak Chinese.
People in Germany speak German.
People in Italy speak Italian.
COUNTRIES
Brazil (n)
China (n)
France (n)
Germany (n)
Italy (n)
Japan (n)
Poland (n)
Russia (n)
Spain (n)
Comment dîtes-vous ? /…
dis-tu ?
Comment épelez-vous ?
/…épelles-tu ?
Madame
“Where are you from?” “I’m from New York.”
who
who
who
who
who
who
who
who
who
are
are
are
are
are
are
are
are
are
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
Brazil are Brazilian.
China are Chinese.
France are French.
Germany are German.
Italy are Italian.
Japan are Japanese.
Poland are Polish.
Russia are Russian.
Spain are Spanish.
LANGUAGES
Chinese (n)
German (n)
Italian (n)
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Japanese (n)
Polish (n)
Portuguese (n)
Russian (n)
Spanish (n)
/ÆdZœpE"ni…z/
/"pEÁlIS/
/ÆpO…tSE"gi…z/
/"rØS“E‘n/
/"spœnIS/
japonais
polonais
portugais
russe
espagnol
People
People
People
People
People
/E"merIkEn/
/brE"zIliEn/
/"brItIS/
/tSaI"ni…z/
/"INglIS/
/"dZ∏…mEn/
/I"tœliEn/
/ÆdZœpE"ni…z/
/"pEÁlIS/
/"rØS“E‘n/
/"spœnIS/
américain
brésilien
britannique
chinois
anglais
allemand
italien
japonais
polonais
russe
espagnol
Mike is from New York. He’s American.
People who are from Brazil are Brazilian.
People who are from Britain are British.
People who are from China are Chinese.
People who are from England are English.
People who are from Germany are German.
People who are from Italy are Italian.
People who are from Japan are Japanese.
People who are from Poland are Polish.
People who are from Russia are Russian.
People who are from Spain are Spanish.
/"œp“E‘l/
/"œsprInz/
/bœg/
/bÁk/
/"kœm“E‘rE/
/kOIn/
/"daIEri/
/ÆmœgE"zi…n/
/ÆmEÁbaIl "fEÁn/
/Æempi…"Tri… ÆpleIE/
/swi…ts/
/"tISu…z/
/"tu…TÆbrØS/
pomme
aspirines
sac
livre
appareil photo
pièce (de monnaie)
agenda
magazine
portable
lecteur de MP3
bonbons
mouchoirs (en papier)
brosse à dents
An apple is a type of fruit.
Helen has a packet of aspirins in her bag.
What’s in Mike’s bag?
Helen has a book in her bag.
You can take photos with a camera.
A coin is a flat round piece of metal, used as money.
A diary is a book that you write appointments in.
Do you like reading magazines?
What’s your mobile phone number?
Have you got an MP3 player?
“What are these?” “They’re sweets.”
Helen has a small packet of tissues in her bag.
You clean your teeth with a toothbrush.
in
in
in
in
in
Japan speak Japanese.
Poland speak Polish.
Portugal speak Portuguese.
Russia speak Russian.
Spain speak Spanish.
NATIONALITIES
American (adj)
Brazilian (adj)
British (adj)
Chinese (adj)
English (adj)
German (adj)
Italian (adj)
Japanese (adj)
Polish (adj)
Russian (adj)
Spanish (adj)
COMMON OBJECTS
apple (n)
aspirins (n pl)
bag (n)
book (n)
camera (n)
coin (n)
diary (n)
magazine (n)
mobile phone (n)
MP3 player (n)
sweets (n pl)
tissues (n pl)
toothbrush (n)
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umbrella (n)
watch (n)
/Øm"brelE/
/wÅtS/
parapluie
montre
You use an umbrella when it rains.
A watch is something that you wear so that you can see what time it is.
/"mœrid/
/eIdZ/
/"eElaIn/
/"œnIm“E‘l/
/E"sIst“E‘nt/
/bIE/
/kœt/
/"kÅfi/
/kEÁk/
/"kØntri/
/"saIklIN/
/dÅg/
/drINk/
/fIlm/
/"f∏…st ÆneIm/
/fu…d/
/"fÁtbO…l/
/"greIt ÆbrIt“E‘n/
/hO…s/
/dZÅb/
/"pœstE/
/"pi…tsE/
/"sekEnd /
/"ski…IN/
/spO…t/
/steIk/
marié
âge
compagnie aérienne
animal
assistant
bière
chat
café
coca-cola
pays
faire de la bicyclette
chien
boisson
film
prénom
nourriture
football
Grande-Bretagne
cheval
travail (métier)
pâtes
pizza
seconde
le ski
sport
steak
We’re married. Our names are Bill and Hilary.
If you ask someone “How old are you?”, you want to know their age.
LOT is a Polish airline.
Brad Pitt’s favourite animals are dogs.
Frank is Erica’s assistant.
One of Brad Pitt’s favourite drinks is beer.
Does Brad Pitt like cats or dogs?
One of Brad Pitt’s favourite drinks is coffee.
Coke is a very popular drink.
Japan, Italy and the USA are all countries.
Brad likes cycling and tennis.
His favourite animals are dogs.
Coffee, beer and Coke are all drinks.
What’s your favourite film?
Her first name is Rachel and her surname is Green.
His favourite food is pizza.
My favourite sport is football.
Great Britain consists of England, Wales and Scotland.
Horses, cats and dogs are all animals.
“What’s Brad Pitt’s job?” “He’s an actor.”
Pasta and pizza are types of Italian food.
Pizza and pasta are types of Italian food.
How many people die every 60 seconds?
Skiing is a winter sport.
His favourite sports are cycling and tennis.
Steak is a type of meat.
Unit 2 (p. 10)
married (adj)
age (n)
airline (n)
animal (n)
assistant (n)
beer (n)
cat (n)
coffee (n)
Coke (n)
country (n)
cycling (n)
dog (n)
drink (n)
film (n)
first name (n)
food (n)
football (n)
Great Britain (n)
horse (n)
job (n)
pasta (n)
pizza (n)
second (n)
skiing (n)
sport (n)
steak (n)
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swimming (n)
tea (n)
tennis (n)
thing (n)
the United Kingdom (n)
/"swImIN/
/ti…/
/"tenIs/
/T^IN/
/DE "ju…naItId ÆkINd´m/
/waIf/
/"wÁmEn/
/bi "bO…n/
/daI/
/lIv/
/bi bIÆtwi…n “ÆfIfti…n En ÆsIkstIÆfO…
jIEz "EÁld‘/
/bi… ÆIn E "hØri/
/bi… EÁvE ÆfO…ti/ÆsIkstiÆfaIv jIEz
"EÁld/
be under 15/30 etc years old /bi… ÆØndE ÆfIfti…n/ÆT∏…ti jIEz "EÁld/
/dIE/
dear (affectionate form
wife (n)
woman (plural women) (n)
be born (v)
die (v)
live (v)
be between (15 and
64 years old)
be in a hurry
be over 40/65 etc years old
of address)
Fine, thanks.
Good afternoon.
Good morning.
How are you?
/"faIn ÆTœNks/
/gÁd ÆA…ftE"nu…n/
/gÁd "mO…nIN/
/haÁ "A… jÁ/
How old are you?
I’m very well.
Not too bad.
Sorry. (adj)
Thank you (very much).
This is (Frank).
/haÁ "EÁld A… jÁ/
/ÆaIm veri "wel/
/ÆnÅt tu… "bœd/
/"sÅri/
/ÆTœNk jÁ “Æveri "mØtS‘/
/DIs Iz “frœnk‘/
What is your job?
/ÆwAt Iz jE "jZÅb/
natation
thé
tennis
chose,objet (ici sport)
le Royaume-Uni
Do you like swimming?
Tea and coffee are hot drinks.
Brad’s favourite sports are cycling and tennis.
What are your favourite things?
The United Kingdom consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern
Ireland.
The Prince of Wales’s wife is called Camilla.
What percentage of women are hairdressers?
How many people are born every 60 seconds?
How many people die every 60 seconds?
What percentage of people live in cities?
What percentage of people are between 15 and 64 years old?
épouse, femme
femme (pl. s)
naître, être né
mourir
vivre
avoir de 15 à 64 ans (être
dans l’intervalle de ..)
Sorry – I’m in a hurry.
être pressé
What percentage of people are over 65 years old?
avoir plus de 40/65 etc. ans
avoir moins de 15/30 etc. ans
What percentage of people are under 15 years old?
Hello, dear. How are you?
cher, mon cher, ma chère
Bien, merci.
Bonjour (l’après-midi)
Bonjour (le matin)
Comment allez-vous /…vastu ?
Quel âge avez-vous /…as-tu ?
Je vais très bien.
Çà va.
Désolé.
Merci (beaucoup).
Voici Frank (je vous présente
…)
Quel est votre métier ?
“Hi! How are you?” “Fine, thanks.”
Good afternoon, sir.
Good morning, I’m David Grant.
“How are you?” “I’m very well, thank you.”
“How old are you?” “I’m 14.”
“How are you?” “I’m very well, thank you.”
“How are you?” “Not too bad.”
Sorry – I’m in a hurry.
I’m fine, thank you very much.
This is Frank, my assistant.
“What is your job?” “I’m a waitress.”
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JOBS
actor (n)
artist (n)
doctor (n)
English teacher (n)
hairdresser (n)
IT technician (n)
lawyer (n)
nurse (n)
sales manager (n)
shop assistant (n)
singer (n)
student (n)
taxi driver (n)
university professor (n)
writer (n)
/"œktE/
/"A…tIst/
/"dAktE/
/"INglIS Æti…tSE/
/"heEdresE/
/aI"ti… tekÆnIS“E‘n/
/"lO…jE/
/n∏…s/
/"seIlz ÆmœnIdZE/
/"SÅp EÆsIstEnt/
/"sINE/
/"stju…d“E‘nt/
/"tœksi ÆdraIvE/
/Æju…nI"v∏…sEti/
/"raItE/
acteur
artiste
médecin
professeur d’anglais
coiffeur
technicien en informatique
avocat
infirmière
directeur des ventes
vendeur
chanteur
étudiant
chauffeur de taxi
professeur de faculté
écrivain
Brad Pitt is an actor.
Isabelle Allende isn’t an artist. She’s a writer.
Doctors and nurses work in hospitals.
What’s the name of your English teacher?
What percentage of women are hairdressers?
IT technicians work with computers.
What percentage of women are lawyers?
Doctors and nurses work in hospitals.
A sales manager is responsible for selling things.
Shop assistants help customers in a shop.
Christina Aguilera is a famous singer.
How many students are there in your class?
“Is your mother a taxi driver?” “No, she isn’t.”
A university professor teaches in a university.
Isabelle Allende is a writer not an artist.
/bœd/
/bIg/
/gÁd/
/"hÅrEb“E‘l/
/aI"dentIk“E‘l/
/naIs/
/"sINg“E‘l/
/"keEfEli/
/"∏…li/
/leIt/
/Den/
/tE"geDE/
mal, mauvais
grand
bon, bien
horrible
vrai, identique
gentil
célibataire
prudemment
tôt
tard
puis
ensemble
“What’s bad about Margaret’s family?” “The pets live in the house – ugh!”
They live in a big apartment.
“What’s good about Caroline’s family?” “Paul buys Caroline flowers.”
Andy and Margaret smoke in the house. That’s horrible.
Peter and John are identical twin brothers.
Paul buys flowers for Caroline. That’s nice.
Is he married or single?
Drive carefully!
Caroline and Paul’s children go to bed early.
Margaret and Andy’s children go to bed late.
They exchange homes and families and then talk about their experiences.
The family eat meals together in the kitchen.
Unit 3 (p. 16)
bad (adj) (TS)
big (adj)
good (adj) (TS)
horrible (adj) (TS)
identical (adj)
nice (adj) (TS)
single (adj)
carefully (adv)
early (adv)
late (adv)
then (adv)
together (adv)
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apartment (n)
bedroom (n)
boss (n) (GE)
cleaner (n)
company (n)
/E"pÅ…tmEnt/
/"bedru…m/
/bÅs/
/"kli…nE/
/"kØmp“E‘ni/
computer (n)
DVD (n)
experience (n)
flower (n)
game (n)
home (n)
house (n)
housewife (n)
housework (n)
kitchen (n)
manager (n)
meal (n)
pet (n)
photographer (n)
rabbit (n)
show (n)
/kEm"pju…tE/
/Ædi…vi…"di…/
/Ik"spIEriEns/
/"flaÁE/
/geIm/
/hEÁm/
/haÁs/
/"haÁswaIf/
/"haÁsw∏…k/
/"kItSEn/
/"mœnIdZE/
/mi…l/
/pet/
/fE"tAgrEfE/
/"rœbIt/
/SEÁ/
sofa (n)
TV (n)
week (n)
go out (phr v)
buy (v)
do (v)
drive (v)
eat (v)
exchange (v)
forget (v)
/"sEÁfE/
/Æti…"vi…/
/wi…k/
/ÆgEÁ "aÁt/
/baI/
/du…/
/draIv/
/i…t/
/Ik"stSeIndZ/
/fE"get/
appartement
chambre
patron, chef
femme (homme) de ménage
société commerciale,
compagnie
ordinateur
DVD
expérience
fleur
jeu
domicile, foyer
maison
femme au foyer, à la maison
ménage
cuisine
directeur
repas
animal familier
photographe
lapin
émission de télévision,
spectacle
canapé, sofa
télévision
semaine
sortir (aller à…)
acheter
faire
conduire
manger
échanger
oublier
They live in a big apartment.
Ben and Melissa watch TV and DVDs in their bedrooms.
Her job isn’t very interesting and she doesn’t like her boss.
A cleaner does the housework for Caroline and Paul.
Caroline is the manager of a company.
My brother plays games on his computer.
They watch DVDs in their bedrooms.
They exchange homes and families and then talk about their experiences.
Paul buys flowers for his wife.
The children play games together.
In the TV show two wives exchange homes and families.
Margaret’s family have pets who live in the house.
Margaret is a housewife.
A cleaner does the housework for Caroline and Paul.
Do you eat meals with your family in the kitchen?
Caroline is the manager of a company.
Do you eat meals on the sofa in front of the TV?
They have five pets – a dog, three cats and a rabbit.
A photographer is someone whose job is to take photos.
They have five pets – a dog, three cats and a rabbit.
Wife Exchange is a TV show where wives exchange homes and families.
They eat meals on the sofa in front of the TV.
Do you eat meals in front of the TV?
They exchange homes and families for two weeks.
Do you go out with your family at weekends?
My father buys flowers for my mother.
The cleaner does the housework.
Drive carefully!
We eat meals together in the kitchen.
They exchange homes and families and then talk about their experiences.
Don’t forget your phone.
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have (v)
play (v)
say (v)
smoke (v)
talk (about) (v)
watch (v)
work (v)
go to bed
in front of
do the house work
Don’t be late.
/hœv/
/pleI/
/seI/
/smEÁk/
/tO…k “E"baÁt‘/
/wÅtS/
/w∏…k/
/ÆgEÁ tE "bed/
/In "frØnt av/
/Ædu… DE "haÁsw∏…k/
/ÆdEÁnt vi "leIt/
Don’t worry!
/ÆdEÁnt "wØri/
Have a good time.
/Æhœv E gÁd "taIm/
Call me.
Take care.
Do you have meals together in the kitchen?
My brother plays games on his computer.
Smile! Say cheese!
Andy and Margaret smoke in the house.
They exchange homes and families and then talk about their experiences.
They watch DVDs in their bedrooms.
Paul and Caroline work at the weekends.
Do you go to bed early or late?
They eat meals on the sofa in front of the TV.
A cleaner does the housework for Caroline and Paul.
Drive carefully. Don’t be late.
/"kO…l Æmi…/
/ÆteIk "keE/
prendre (les repas)
jouer
dire
fumer
parler (de qch.)
regarder
travailler
aller au lit, se coucher
en face de
faire le ménage
Ne soyez /Ne sois pas en
retard.
Ne vous inquiétez pas ! /Ne t’
inquiète pas !
Amusez-vous /Amuse-toi
bien !
Appelez-moi/ Appelle-moi.
Fais/Faites attention.
/A…nt/
/"brØDE/
/"brØDEInÆlO…/
/"tSIldrEn/
/"kØz“E‘n/
/"dO…tE/
/"fœm“E‘li/
/"fA…DE/
/"hØzbEnd/
/"mØDE/
/"nefju…/
/ni…s/
tante
frère
beau-frère
enfants
cousin
fille
famille
père
mari
mère
neveu
nièce
Pat is Jennifer and Joe’s aunt.
Tom and Jack are brothers.
Peter is Pat's brother-in-law.
John and Pat have three children.
Kitty and Jennifer are cousins.
Peter and Pauline have one daughter, Jennifer.
Write five sentences about your family.
John is Tom, Jack and Kitty’s father.
Andy is Margaret’s husband.
Caroline is Ben and Melissa’s mother.
Joe is John and Pat’s nephew.
Kitty is Peter and Pauline’s niece.
Don’t worry! He’s OK.
Have a good time. Take care.
Take care. Call me.
Take care. Call me.
FAMILY
aunt (n)
brother (n)
brother-in-law (n)
children (n pl)
cousin (n)
daughter (n)
family (n)
father (n)
husband (n)
mother (n)
nephew (n)
niece (n)
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parents (n pl)
relative (n)
sister (n)
sister-in-law (n)
son (n)
twin brother (n)
uncle (n)
wife (n)
/"peErEnts/
/"relEtIv/
/"sIstE/
/"sIstErInÆlO…/
/sØn/
/ÆtwIn "brØDE/
/"ØNk“E‘l/
/waIf/
parents
membre de la famille, parent
sœur
belle-sœur
fils
frère jumeau
oncle
femme, épouse
Paul and Caroline are Ben and Melissa’s parents.
Who is your favourite relative?
Pauline and Pat are sisters.
Pat is Peter’s sister-in-law.
John and Pat have two sons, Tom and Jack.
Peter and John are identical twin brothers.
Peter is Tom, Jack and Kitty’s uncle.
Caroline is Paul’s wife.
/"œlOI/
/"bju…tEf“E‘l/
/blu…/
/s∏´…k“E‘l/
/kEm"plI…t/
/"krÅsÆaÁt/
/"dIfrEnt/
/greIt/
/lA…dZ/
/laÁd/
/nju…/
/ÆEÁ"keI/
/smO…l/
/"spO…ti/
/"terEbl/
/tAp/
/"meIbi…/
/ÆÅn"laIn/
/ÆaÁt"saId/
/wel/
alliage
belle
bleu
encercler
compléter
faire une croix sur, barrer
différent
super, bien
grande
fort, bruyant
nouveau
OK, bien
petit
sportif
épouvantable, mauvais
maximal, maximum
peut-être
en ligne, sur Internet
dehors, à l’extérieur
bien
He drives a VW Golf GTI 2 litre FSI Turbo with alloy wheels.
She’s beautiful but my parents don’t like her.
My girlfriend drives a blue car called Fred.
Circle the verb “be”.
Complete the sentence above.
Cross out your surname.
Do you agree that men and women are very different?
Cathy thinks Leonardo DiCaprio is great.
The woman takes a large suitcase and a small suitcase.
He hates loud music.
She orders a new sofa.
“What do you think of Wayne Rooney?” “He’s OK.”
The woman takes a large suitcase and a small suitcase.
I’m not very sporty but I like dancing.
I think the Rolling Stones are terrible.
The car has a top speed of 200 kilometres an hour.
My wife has forty pairs of shoes. Maybe fifty.
Do you and your friends chat online?
Jack likes being outside.
Cathy doesn’t play the saxophone very well.
Unit 4 (p. 22)
alloy (adj)
beautiful (adj)
blue (adj)
circle (v)
complete (v)
cross out (v)
different (adj)
great (adj)
large (adj)
loud (adj)
new (adj)
OK (adj)
small (adj)
sporty (adj)
terrible (adj)
top (adj)
maybe (adv)
online (adv)
outside (adv)
well (adv)
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every (determiner)
car (n)
chips (n pl)
chocolate (n)
clubbing (n)
cooking (n)
dessert (n)
fitness (n)
flying (n)
friend (n)
girlfriend (n)
gym (n)
handbag (n)
jazz (n)
jeans (n pl)
jogging (n)
life (n)
lipstick (n)
man (plural men) (n)
match (v)
money (n)
perfume (n)
photo (n)
pop music (n)
restaurant (n)
rock concert (n)
salad (n)
saxophone (n)
Scorpio (n)
shoes (n pl)
shopping (n)
shopping centre (n)
shower (n)
/"evri/
/kA…/
/tSIps/
/"tSÅklEt/
/"klØbIN/
/"kÁkIN/
/dI"z∏…t/
/"fItnEs/
/flaIIN/
/frend/
/"g∏…lÆfrend/
/dZIm/
/"hœndÆbœg/
/dZœz/
/dZi…nz/
/"dZÅgIN/
/laIf/
/"lIpstIk/
/mœn/
/mœtS/
/mØni/
/"p∏…fju…m/
/"fEÁtEÁ/
/"pÅp Æmju…zIk/
/"rest“E‘rÅnt/
/"rÅk ÆkÅnsEt/
/"sœlEd/
/ÆsœksE"fEÁn/
/"skO…piEÁ/
/Su…z/
/"SÅpIN/
/"SÅpIN ÆsentE/
/"SaÁE/
chaque
voiture, auto
chips
chocolat
aller en boîte, aller danser
faire la cuisine
dessert
bonne forme, fitness
faire de l’aviation, voler
ami
amie, petite amie
gymnastique
sac à main
jazz
jeans
jogging, courir
vie
rouge à lèvres
homme (pl. s)
accorder
argent
parfum
photo
musique pop
restaurant
concert de rock
salade
saxophone
Scorpion
chaussures
faire du shopping
centre commercial
douche
My husband goes to the pub every weekend.
We have two cars – a VW Golf and a blue car called Fred!
He orders steak and chips.
Do you think about chocolate all the time?
Layla loves clubbing.
She doesn’t like cooking.
He orders a chocolate dessert.
Jack really likes sport and fitness.
Do you like flying?
Do you and your friends chat online?
My brother has a girlfriend.
Do you like going to the gym?
She takes a small suitcase, a large suitcase and a handbag.
Her favourite kind of music is jazz.
He goes to Gap and buys one pair of jeans.
Jack likes jogging.
I’m number 3 in my husband’s life!
She buys three pairs of shoes and lipstick.
Do you think that men and women are different?
Match the object and subject pronouns.
Layla loves spending money.
She buys lipstick, two tops, perfume and a bag.
My name’s Cathy and that’s me in the photo.
I don’t like pop music. Do you like it?
What do they order in the restaurant?
Jack doesn’t like going to rock concerts.
She orders salad and doesn’t order a dessert.
Cathy doesn’t play the saxophone very well.
Cathy is a Scorpio and she’s single.
I have four pairs of shoes. My wife has forty, maybe fifty.
Layla loves shopping.
Gap is a shop in the shopping centre.
Do you sing in the shower?
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speed (n)
suitcase (n)
sunglasses (n pl)
tick (v)
top (n)
town (n)
underline (v)
washing up (n)
water (n)
weekend (n)
wheel (n)
eat out (phr v)
/spi…d/
/"su…tÆkeIs/
/"sØnglA…sIz/
/tIk/
/tÅp/
/taÁn/
/ÆØnd´"laIn/
/ÆwÅSIN "Øp/
/"wO…tE/
/Æwi…k"end/
/wi…l/
/Æi…t "aÁt/
chat (v)
dance (v)
drink (v)
jog (v)
listen (to) (v)
order (v)
read (v)
shop (v)
sing (v)
speak (v)
spend (v)
study (v)
think (about) (v)
travel (v)
go on holiday
go shopping
/tSœt/
/dA…ns/
/drINk/
/dZÅg/
/"lIs“E‘n Æ“tu…‘/
/"O…dE/
/ri…d/
/SÅp/
/sIN/
/spi…k/
/spend/
/"stØdi/
/TINk “E"baÁt‘/
/"trœvl/
/gEÁ Ån "hÅlIdeI/
/ÆgEÁ "SÅpIN/
at home
all kinds of
lots of …
/Et "hEÁm/
/O…l "kaIndz Ev/
/"lÅts Ev/
vitesse
valise
lunettes de soleil
cocher, pointer
haut (vêtement), bustier
ville
souligner
faire la vaisselle
eau
weekend
roue
dîner au restaurant, aller
dîner
bavarder
danser
boire
courir, jogger
écouter
commander
lire
faire des courses
chanter
parler
dépenser
étudier
penser (à qqch.)
voyager
partir en vacances
aller faire des courses, …du
shopping
à la maison
toutes sortes de…
beaucoup de
The car has a top speed of 200 kilometres an hour.
The woman takes a large suitcase and a small suitcase.
The man takes a pair of sunglasses and a mobile phone.
Tick the sentence.
She buys three pairs of shoes, lipstick and two tops.
Jack hates towns and cities.
Underline your first name.
I don’t like doing the washing up.
Jack loves water and really likes being outside.
My husband goes to the pub every weekend.
The car is a 2-litre Turbo with alloy wheels.
If you eat out, you eat in a restaurant.
Do you and your friends chat online?
Cathy’s not very sporty but she likes dancing.
Do you like drinking beer?
I think Jack likes jogging.
I listen to all kinds of music.
She orders salad.
I like reading magazines but not books.
I shop every weekend.
Do you like singing in the shower?
Do you speak Spanish?
Layla loves spending money.
She studies a lot and works hard.
Do you think about chocolate all the time?
When you travel somewhere, you go there in a car, bus, plane, train etc.
A man and a woman go on holiday together but take different things.
Do you like going shopping?
We live at home with our parents.
I listen to all kinds of music, but my favourite is jazz.
Cathy has lots of good friends.
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a pair of jeans/shoes/
sunglasses
/E ÆpeEr Ev "dZi…nz/"Su…z/
"sØnglA…sIz/
It takes (six minutes/
three hours etc)
/It ÆteIks “"sIks mInIts/"Tri…
aÁEz/
My wife has forty pairs of shoes, maybe fifty.
un jean, une paire de
chaussures, des lunettes de
soleil
It takes six minutes for the man to buy a pair or jeans.
Cela prend, cela dure (six
minutes/ trois heures etc)
EXPRESSING OPINIONS
I agree./I don’t agree.
/aI E"gri…/ /aI ÆdEÁnt E"gri…/
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
don’t like …
don’t mind …
hate …
like …
love …
prefer
really like …
think she’s/he’s great/
OK/terrible.
What about you?
/aI "dEÁnt ÆlaIk/
/aI ÆdEÁnt "maInd/
/aI "heIt/
/aI "laIk/
/aI "lØv/
/aI "prIÆf∏…/
/aI ÆrIEli "laIk/
/aI ÆTINk Si…z/hi…z "greIt/EÁ"keI/
"terEbl/
/ÆwÅt EbaÁt "ju…/
What do you think of …?
/ÆwÅt dÁ jÁ "TINk Ev/
je suis /Je ne suis pas
d’accord.
je n’aime pas…
…. ne me dérange pas
je déteste…
j’aime…
j’adore…
je préfère
j’aime vraiment…
je pense qu’elle/ qu’il est très
bien/OK/épouvantable.
Et vous/toi ? /Qu’en est-il de
vous/toi ?
Que pensez-vous de… ?/Que
penses-tu de… ?
“I think Beyoncé’s great.” “I agree. I really like her.”
I like being outside but I don’t like towns and cities.
I like dancing and I don’t mind loud music.
I hate doing housework and I don’t like cooking.
I like all kinds of music but my favourite is jazz.
“What do you think of Jude Law?” “I love him.”
Jude Law’s OK but I prefer Leonardo DiCaprio.
“I think the Rolling Stones are great.” “I agree. I really like them.”
“What do you think of Wayne Rooney?” “I think he’s OK.”
Cathy goes out with her friends every weekend. What about you?
“What do you think of Eminem?” “I think he’s great.”
Review A (p. 28)
fantastic (adj)
good-looking (adj) (TS)
tall (adj) (TS)
Amazing! (interjection) (TS)
apostrophe (n)
best friend (n)
capital letter (n)
comma (n)
/fœn"tœstIk/
/gÁd"lÁkIN/
/tO…l/
/E"meIzIN/
/E"pÅstrEfi/
/Æbest "frend/
/ÆkœpIt“E‘l "letE/
/"kÅmE/
formidable
beau, belle
grand
Stupéfiant ! Incroyable !
apostrophe
meilleur(e) ami (e)
lettre majuscule
virgule
Rona is my sister, she’s my best friend and she’s fantastic.
Ben is tall with dark hair and he’s very good-looking.
He’s tall with dark hair.
“So, did you look at the website?” “Yes, I did. Amazing!”
You use an apostrophe (‘) for contractions and for possession.
Rona’s my best friend and she’s fantastic.
You use a capital letter to start a sentence.
You use a comma (,) to separate items in a list.
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contraction (n)
full stop (n)
headache (n)
item (n)
list (n)
milk (n)
possession (n)
profile (n)
question (n)
question mark (n)
sentence (n)
website (n)
meet (v)
open (v)
relax (v)
separate (v)
start (v)
use (v)
at the end of
He/She looks nice. (TS)
spend time (with sb)
/kEn"trœkS“E‘n/
/ÆfÁl "stÅp/
/"hedeIk/
/"aItEm/
/lIst/
/mIlk/
/pE"zeS“E‘n/
/"praÁfaIl/
/"kwestS“E‘n/
/"kwestS“E‘n ÆmA…k/
/"sentEns/
/"websaIt/
/mi…t/
/"EÁpEn/
/rI"lœks/
/"sepEÆreIt/
/stA…t/
/ju…z/
/Et Di… "end Ev/
/Æhi…/ÆSi… lÁks"naIs/
/spend "taIm “wID ÆsØmbÅdi‘/
contraction
point
mal de tête
article, objet
liste
lait
forme possessive, cas possessif
profil
question
point d’interrogation
phrase
site Internet
rencontrer
ouvrir
se relaxer, se décontracter
séparer
commencer
utiliser
à la fin de
Il est beau/Elle est jolie
passer du temps (avec qq’un)
You use an apostrophe (‘) for contractions and for possession.
You use a full stop (.) at the end of a sentence.
“What are these?” “They’re aspirins. I have a headache.”
You use a comma (,) to separate items in a list.
You use a comma (,) to separate items in a list.
Milk is my favourite drink.
You use an apostrophe (‘) for contractions and for possession.
The profile of Rona Cameron is by her sister Kate Cameron.
You use a question mark at the end of a question.
You use a question mark at the end of a question.
You use a full stop (.) at the end of a sentence.
Rona doesn’t know about the “Meet my friend” website.
She doesn’t have a lot of time to meet new people.
Open your bag, please, sir.
Rona works hard but also likes relaxing.
You use a comma (,) to separate items in a list.
You use a capital letter to start a sentence.
You use a question mark at the end of a question.
You use a question mark at the end of a question.
Rona thinks that Ben looks nice.
My father is also my friend. I love spending time with him.
/Im"pO…t“E‘nt/
/"p∏…fekt/
/"taIEd/
/"leItE/
/bI"fO…/
/"eEpO…t/
/bIl/
important
parfait
fatigué
plus tard
avant
aéroport
addition
Breakfast is an important meal.
Don’t eat a big lunch. A sandwich is perfect.
After midday your brain gets tired.
Later, she watches soaps on TV.
Your body needs time to digest before you go to bed.
How much is it to the airport?
Can I have the bill, please?
Unit 5 (p. 32)
important (adj)
perfect (adj)
tired (adj)
later (adv)
before (conj)
airport (n)
bill (n)
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body (n)
bottle (n)
brain (n)
breakfast (n)
champagne (n)
clothes (n pl)
cocktail (n)
day (n)
dinner (n)
energy (n)
ID (Identity card) (n)
lunch (n)
midday (n)
morning (n)
newspaper (n)
receipt (n)
sandwich (n)
sleep (n)
soap (n)
/"bÅdi/
/"bÅt“E‘l/
/breIn/
/"brekfEst/
/"Sœm"peIn/
/"klEÁDz/
/"kÅkteIl/
/deI/
/"dInE/
/"enEdZi/
/ÆaI"di… “aI"dentEti ÆkA…d/
/"lØntS/
/"mId"deI/
/"mO…nIN/
/"nju…zpeIpE/
/rI"si…t/
/"sœn“d‘wIdZ/
/sli…p/
/sEÁp/
sun (n)
ticket (n)
time (n)
train station (n)
wine (n)
get up (phr v)
stay in (phr v)
wake up (phr v)
digest (v)
need (v)
wear (v)
Can I have …?
do exercise
/sØn/
/"tIkIt/
/taIm/
/"treIn ÆsteISEn/
/waIn/
/Æget "Øp/
/ÆsteI "In/
/ÆweIk "Øp/
/daI"dZest/
/ni…d/
/weE/
/Ækœn aI "hœv/
/Ædu… "eksEÆsaIz/
corps
bouteille
cerveau
petit déjeuner
champagne
vêtements
cocktail
journée, jour
dîner
énergie
carte d’identité
déjeuner
midi
matin
journal
reçu
sandwich
sommeil
feuilleton sentimental à la
télé
soleil
billet
temps
gare
vin
se lever
être à la maison
se réveiller
digérer
avoir besoin de
porter (vêtements)
Puis-je avoir.. ?
s’entraîner
Go to bed early – your body likes seven or eight hours sleep.
How much is a bottle of champagne?
Your brain gets tired after midday.
Breakfast is an important meal.
How much is a bottle of champagne?
Ms Dynamite likes wearing Armani or D&G clothes.
Do you like drinking cocktails?
Is dinner the big meal of the day for you?
Don’t have dinner too late.
You have a lot of energy in the morning.
“Can I see your ID?” “ID?” “Identity card.”
Don’t eat a big lunch. A sandwich is perfect.
After midday your brain gets tired.
You have a lot of energy in the morning.
Do you read the newspaper at weekends?
Can I have a receipt, please?
Don’t eat a big lunch. A sandwich is perfect.
Your body likes seven or eight hours sleep.
On Sunday she watches soaps on TV.
At 6.30 am your body wakes up with the sun.
Can I have two tickets for the cinema?
Your body needs time to digest before you go to bed.
How much is it to the train station?
How much is a bottle of wine?
What time do you get up in the morning?
If you stay in, you stay at home and don’t go out.
I wake up early at about 6.30 am.
Your body needs time to digest before you go to bed.
Your body needs time to digest before you go to bed.
What sort of clothes do you like wearing?
Can I have a ticket, please?
I do exercise before breakfast.
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egg and bacon
Excuse me!
How much is …?
/Æeg En "beIkEn/
/Ik"skju…z Æmi…/
/haÁ "mØtS Iz/
œuf et du bacon
Excusez-moi !
Combien coûte… ?
On Sunday she has egg and bacon for breakfast.
“Excuse me!” “Yes?” “Can I have the bill, please?”
How much is a bottle of wine?
/"mØndeI/
/"tju…zdeI/
/"wenzdeI/
/"T∏…zdeI/
/"fraIdeI/
/"sœtEdeI/
/"sØndeI/
lundi
mardi
mercredi
jeudi
vendredi
samedi
dimanche
Monday is the first day of the week.
Tuesday is the second day of the week.
Wednesday is the third day of the week.
Thursday is the fourth day of the week.
Friday is the fifth day of the week.
Saturday is the sixth day of the week.
Sunday is the seventh day of the week.
prendre le petit-déjeuner/
déjeuner/dîner
prendre une douche
rentrer à la maison
aller sur Internet
aller au travail
What time do you have breakfast/lunch/dinner?
Quelle heure est-il ?
huit/neuf etc. heures
trois/quatre etc. heures et
quart
cinq/six heures moins le
quart
une/deux etc. heure(s) et
demi
midi
minuit
“What time is it?” “It’s seven o’clock.”
It’s eight o’clock.
It’s quarter past four.
DAYS OF THE WEEK
Monday (n)
Tuesday (n)
Wednesday (n)
Thursday (n)
Friday (n)
Saturday (n)
Sunday (n)
PHRASES WITH “HAVE” AND “GO”
have breakfast/lunch/dinner /hœv "brekfEst/lØtS/"dInE/
have a shower
go home
go on the Internet
go to work
/Æhœv E "SaÁE/
/ÆgEÁ "hEÁm/
/ÆgEÁ Ån Di… "IntEnet/
/ÆgEÁ tE "w∏…k/
Do you have a shower in the morning?
What time do you go home from school?
Do you go on the Internet after school?
What time do your parents go to work?
TIME
What time is it?
eight/nine etc o’clock
quarter past three/four etc
/wÅt "taIm Iz It/
/"eIt/"naIn EÆklÅk/
/ÆkwO…tE ta "faIv/"sIks/
quarter to five/six etc
/ÆkwO…tE t´ "faIv/"sIks/
half past one/two etc
/ÆhA…f pA…st "wØn/"tu…/
midday
midnight
/ÆmId"deI/
/"mIdnaIt/
It’s quarter to seven.
It’s half past three.
It’s midday.
It’s midnight.
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Unit 6 (p. 38)
closed (adj)
colourful (adj)
famous (adj)
fun (adj) (TS)
international (adj)
leap year (n)
other (adj)
traditional (adj)
also (adv)
alcohol (n)
bank (n)
bar (n)
carnival (n) (TS)
chicken (n)
costume (n)
dancing (n)
date (n)
drumming (n)
/klEÁzd/
/"kØlEf“E‘l/
/"feImEs/
/fØn/
/ÆIntE"nœS“E‘nEl/
/"li…pÆjI´/
/"ØDE/
/trE"dIS“E‘nEl/
/"O…lsEÁ/
/"œlkEÆhÅl/
/bœNk/
/bA…/
/"kA…nIv“E‘l/
/"tSIkIn/
/"kÅstju…m/
/"dA…nsIN/
/"deIt/
/"drØmIN/
evening (n)
festival (n)
fireworks (n pl)
fish (n)
golf (n)
grand champion (n)
litre (n)
meat (n)
model (n)
parade (n)
/"i…vnIN/
/"festIv“E‘l/
/"faIEw∏…ks/
/"fIS/
/"gÅlf/
/Ægrœnd "tSœmpiEn/
/"li…tE/
/mi…t/
/"mÅd“E‘l/
/pE"reId/
fermé
coloré, de couleurs vives
célèbre
amusant, divertissant
international
bissextile
autre
traditionnel
aussi
alcool
banque
bar
carnaval
volaille, poules
costume
danse, on danse
date
tambour, on joue du
tambour
soirée
festival
feux d’artifice
poisson
golf
grand champion
litre
viande
mannequin
défilé
I’m sorry, we’re closed on Sunday.
People wear colourful costumes during the Rio carnival.
Jodie Kidd is a famous international model.
Carnival is fun and the music is fantastic.
She’s a famous international model.
In a leap year, there are 29 days in February.
He lives with thirty other wrestlers.
People wear traditional clothes during the Oktoberfest.
She likes polo and golf and also goes riding every day.
She doesn’t usually drink alcohol.
What time does the bank close?
What time does the bar open?
“Are you going to carnival this year?” “Of course. I go every year.”
Jodie Kidd has dogs, cats, horses and chickens.
People wear colourful costumes during the Rio carnival.
There’s loud music and dancing at the Rio Carnival.
What dates are important in your country?
There’s loud music, dancing and drumming at the Rio Carnival.
In the evening I usually go out to a restaurant.
San Fermin is a famous festival in Spain.
There are fireworks in the park and dancing in the streets.
Do you prefer fish or meat?
Jodie likes sports, especially polo and golf.
Asashoryu is a grand champion of sumo wrestling.
The visitors to the Oktoberfest drink nine million litres of beer.
Do you prefer fish or meat?
Jodie Kidd is a famous international model.
70,000 people watch parades in the Sambadrome.
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park (n)
party (n)
polo (n)
post office (n)
pyjamas (n pl) (PW)
racing driver (n)
roast dinner (n)
/pA…k/
/"pA…ti/
/"pEÁlEÁ/
/"pEÁst ÆÅfIs/
/pE"dZA…mEz/
/"reIsIN ÆdraIvE/
/ÆraÁst "dInE/
school (n)
street (n)
sumo wrestling (n)
supermarket (n)
training (n)
vegetables (n pl)
visitor (n)
wrestler (n)
go on for (phr v)
close (v)
end (v)
happen (v)
train (v)
visit (v)
weigh (v)
a lot of
go for a walk
go riding
have a nap
in the country
tak place
/sku…l/
/stri…t/
/"su…mEÁ ÆreslIN/
/"su…pEÆmA…kIt/
/"treInIN/
/"vedZtEbElz/
/"vIzItE/
/"reslE/
/gEÁ "Ån fO…/
/klEÁz/
/end/
/"hœpEn/
/treIn/
/"vIzIt/
/weI/
/E "lÅt Ev/
/ÆgEÁ fEr E "w∏…k/
/ÆgEÁ "raIdIN/
/Æhœv E "nœp/
/ÆIn DE "kØntri/
/ÆteIk "pleIs/
parc
fête, soirée
polo
bureau de poste
pyjama
pilote de course
dîner( comportant des plats
chauds)
école
rue
lutte sumo
supermarché
entraînement
légumes
visiteur
lutteur
durer
fermer
se terminer
avoir lieu
s’entraîner
rendre visite à
peser
beaucoup de
faire une promenade
monter à cheval
faire une sieste
à la campagne
avoir lieu
There are fireworks in the park during the San Fermin festival.
There are parties all night during San Fermin.
Polo is a sport in which players ride on horses and try to hit a ball.
What time does the post office close?
I sometimes wear pyjamas in bed.
She’s also a Maserati racing driver.
A roast dinner is a hot dinner with meat, potatoes and vegetables.
Do you like going to school?
There is dancing in the streets during the San Fermin festival.
Asashoryu is a grand champion of sumo wrestling.
Oh no, we don’t have any milk, and the supermarket’s closed.
After training, I always drink a lot of water.
For lunch, I have meat, fish and vegetables.
There are seven million visitors to the Oktoberfest.
He lives in Tokyo with thirty other wrestlers.
The Oktoberfest goes on for two weeks.
Bling Jewellers closes at 5.30.
The Rio Carnival ends on Tuesday (Mardi Gras).
What happens on 1st January in your country?
Asashoryu trains for two hours every morning.
Jodie often visits her parents in Barbados.
He weighs 140 kilogrammes.
After training, he always drinks a lot of water.
I sometimes go for a walk in the afternoon.
Jodie goes riding every day.
He sometimes has a nap in the afternoon.
She lives in the country with her animals.
Where does San Fermin take place?
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ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
always (adv)
ever (adv)
hardly ever
never (adv)
often (adv)
sometimes (adv)
usually (adv)
/"∏…lweIz/
/"evE/
/ÆhA…dli "evE/
/"nevE/
/"Åf“E‘n/
/"sØmtaImz/
/"ju…ZÁEli/
toujours
jamais
rarement, peu souvent
jamais
souvent
quelques fois
habituellement
I always wake up before 7 a.m.
Do you ever walk to school?
She hardly ever goes to the gym.
He never has breakfast.
She often visits her parents.
I sometimes have a nap or I sometimes go for a walk.
In the evening, I usually go out to a restaurant.
/"dZœnjuEri/
/"februEri/
/mA…tS/
/"eIprEl/
/meI/
/dZu…n/
/dZÁ"laI/
/"O…gEst/
/sep"tembE/
/Åk"tEÁbE/
/nEÁ"vembE/
/dI"sembE/
janvier
février
mars
avril
mai
juin
juillet
août
septembre
octobre
novembre
décembre
January is the first month of the year.
February is the second month of the year.
March is the third month of the year.
April is the fourth month of the year.
May is the fifth month of the year.
June is the sixth month of the year.
July is the seventh month of the year.
August is the eighth month of the year.
September is the ninth month of the year.
October is the tenth month of the year.
November is the eleventh month of the year.
December is the twelfth month of the year.
Faire vos/tes devoirs
faire le repassage
faire les courses
faire la lessive
faire la vaisselle
faire beaucoup de bruit
préparer, faire le dîner
donner de longs coups de
téléphone
What time do you do your homework?
I usually do the ironing at the weekend.
We do the shopping at the weekend.
What day of the week do you do the washing?
Who does the washing up in your family?
I don’t like people who make a lot of noise.
My father usually makes dinner at 7 p.m.
She always makes long phone calls to her boyfriend.
MONTHS OF THE YEAR
January (n)
February (n)
March (n)
April (n)
May (n)
June (n)
July (n)
August (n)
September (n)
October (n)
November (n)
December (n)
PHRASES WITH “MAKE” AND “DO”
do (your) homework
do the ironing
do the shopping
do the washing
do the washing up
make a lot of noise
make dinner
make long phone calls
/Ædu… jE "hEÁmw∏…k/
/Ædu… Di… "aIEniN/
/Ædu… DE "SÅpIN/
/Ædu… DE "wÅSIN/
/Ædu… DE "wÅSIN "Øp/
/ÆmeIk E ÆlÅt Ev "nOIz/
/ÆmeIk "dInE/
/ÆmeIk lÅN "fEÁn kO…lz/
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make my bed
make the decisions
/ÆmeIk maI "bed/
/ÆmeIk DE dI"sIZ“E‘nz/
faire mon lit
prendre les décisions
I wake up before 7 a.m., make my bed and listen to reggae.
Who makes the important decisions in your family?
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME
at night/the weekend/
five o’clock etc
in the morning/the spring/
June etc
on Sunday/Friday night/
1st May etc
/Et "neIt/DE "wi…kend/ÆfaIv
(pendant, durant) la nuit/le
E"klÅk/
week-end/à cinq heures
/In DE "mO…nIN/DE "sprIN/"dZu…n/ le matin/au printemps/en
What do you usually do at the weekend?
/Ån "sØndeI/ÆfraIdeI "naIt/Æf∏…st
Ev "meI/
In the evening he usually goes out to a restaurant.
juin etc.
le dimanche/le vendredi soir/ We always go to a party on 31st December.
le 1er mai etc.
/"O…tEm/
/sprIN/
/"sØmE/
/"wIntE/
automne
printemps
été
hiver
We go back to school in the autumn.
The days get longer in spring.
I like playing tennis in the summer.
We sometimes go skiing in the winter.
/E"gEÁ/
/E"lEÁn/
/kEÁld/
/I"nO…mEs/
/"fœmliÆrØn/
/greI/
/"lEÁk“E‘l/
/meIn/
/"terEbl/
/"terEfaId/
/wO…m/
il y a (temps)
seul
froid
immense
à gestion familiale
gris
local, de l’endroit
principal
épouvantable
terrifié
chaud
We went sailing a week ago.
They waited for the boat to return then realised they were alone.
The Californian ocean is cold.
They went fishing on an enormous lagoon called San Martina.
O’Neill is a family-run company.
They realised it was a big grey shark.
Grant’s father became a local hero.
A fisherman caught the shark and put it in the main square.
When Grant saw Jaws he remembered the terrible experience.
They were terrified and nearly fell into the water.
Wetsuits keep you warm in cold water.
SEASONS
autumn (n)
spring (n)
summer (n)
winter (n)
Unit 7 (p. 44)
ago (adv)
alone (adj)
cold (adj)
enormous (adj)
family-run (adj)
grey (adj)
local (adj)
main (adj)
terrible (adj)
terrified (adj)
warm (adj)
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young (adj)
again (adv)
inside (adv)
nearly (adv)
still (adv)
last (determiner)
accident (n)
attack (n)
bath (n)
beach (n)
boat (n)
clothing (n)
dolphin (n)
exhibition (n)
eye (n)
fisherman (n)
fishing boat (n)
foreigner (n) (PW)
free time (n)
go fishing (n)
hero (n)
ice (n)
lagoon (n)
monster (n)
motor (n)
motor boat (n)
ocean (n)
port (n)
protective clothing (n)
shark (n)
sports shop (n) (TS)
/jØN/
/E"gen/
/In"saId/
/"nIEli/
/stIl/
/lA…st/
/"œksId“E‘nt/
/E"tœk/
/bA…T/
/bi…tS/
/bEÁt/
/"klEÁDIN/
/"dÅlfIn/
/ÆeksI"bI“E‘n/
/aI/
/"fISEmEn/
/"fISIN ÆbEÁt/
/"fÅrInE/
/Æfri… "taIm/
/ÆgEÁ "fISIN/
/"hIErEÁ/
/aIs/
/lE"gu…n/
/"mÅnstE/
/"mEÁtE/
/"mEÁtE ÆbEÁt/
/"EÁS“a‘n/
/pO…t/
/prEÆtektIv "klEÁDIN/
/SA…k/
/"spO…ts ÆSÅp/
jeune
à nouveau
à l’intérieur
presque
encore
dernier
accident
attaque
bain
plage
bateau
habillement, vêtement
dauphin
exposition
œil
pêcheur
bateau de pêche
étranger
temps libre
aller à la pêche
héros
glace
lagon
monstre
moteur
bateau à moteur
océan
port
habillement de protection
requin
boutique de sport
square (n)
story (n)
/skweE/
/"stO…ri/
place
histoire
As a young man, Jack O’Neill worked for a big company.
The motor stopped and they couldn’t start it again.
If you stay inside, you do not go out of a house or building.
The boat rocked from side to side and they nearly fell into the water.
Jack lost his eye in an accident but he still surfs today.
“When was the last time you went windsurfing?” “Last summer.”
He lost his eye in a surfing accident.
Grant’s family were terrified by the shark attack.
The children wore wetsuits and sat in a bath of ice.
He always went to the beach in his free time.
The shark started knocking the boat.
Wetsuits are protective clothing for cold water.
A dolphin is a large friendly animal that lives in the water.
He demonstrated his wetsuits at boat exhibitions.
Jack lost his eye in a surfing accident.
A local fisherman caught the shark.
Eventually people in a fishing boat heard them.
When was the first time you spoke to a foreigner?
He always went to the beach in his free time.
One day they went fishing on an enormous lagoon.
His father became a local hero.
The children wore wetsuits and sat in a bath of ice.
One day they went fishing on an enormous lagoon.
Everybody came to see the monster and took pictures of it.
The motor stopped and they couldn’t start it again.
They went fishing in a small motor boat.
The Californian ocean is cold.
Everybody went back to the boat and it returned to port.
Wetsuits are protective clothing for cold water.
The shark started knocking the boat.
I’m from a new sports shop. Can I ask you some questions about water
sports?
The fisherman put the shark in the main square.
Everybody in the town heard about their story.
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surf-board (n)
theatre (n)
wetsuit (n)
come along (phr v) (TS)
push away (phr v)
near (prep)
nobody (pron)
everybody (pron)
catch (v)
demonstrate (v)
enjoy (v)
fall (v)
finish (v)
hear (v)
hold (v)
knock (v)
lose (v)
move (v)
point (to) (v)
realise (v)
remember (v)
return (v)
rock (v)
shout (v)
sit (v)
stay (v)
stop (v)
surf (v)
wait (v)
want (v)
find a way
/"s∏…fÆbO…d/
/"TIEtE/
/"wetsu…t/
/ÆkØm E"lÅN/
/ÆpÁS E"weI/
/nIE/
/"nEÁbÅdi/
/"evriÆbÅdi/
/kœtS/
/"demEnÆstreIt/
/In"dZOI/
/fO…l/
/"fInIS/
/hIE/
/hEÁld/
/nÅk/
/lu…z/
/mu…v/
/pOInt “tu…‘/
/"rIEÆlaIz/
/rI"membE/
/rI"t∏…n/
/rÅk/
/SaÁt/
/sIt/
/steI/
/stÅp/
/s∏…f/
/weIt/
/wÅnt/
/ÆfaInd E "weI/
planche de surf
théâtre
combinaison de plongée
venir
repousser
près, auprès de
personne
tout le monde, chacun
attraper
faire la démonstration (de)
aimer, apprécier
tomber
finir
entendre
tenir
heurter, cogner
perdre
bouger
indique, montrer (du doigt)
réaliser, se rendre compte de
se rappeler
retourner
(se) balancer
crier
être assis, s’assoir
rester, demeurer
stopper
surfer
attendre
vouloir
trouver une possibilité, une
façon
Jack opened a Surf Shop and sold surf-boards and wetsuits.
“Do you ever go to the theatre?” “Yes, I do.”
Jack opened a Surf Shop and sold surf-boards and wetsuits.
Come along to our shop some time.
Grant’s father tried to push the shark away.
Something moved near them under the water.
They shouted but nobody heard them.
Everybody came to see the monster.
A local fisherman caught the shark.
He demonstrated his wetsuits at boat exhibitions.
Grant didn’t enjoy the film Jaws.
They nearly fell into the water.
When they finished diving, there was no boat.
They shouted but nobody heard them.
Grant’s mother held him and his brother.
The shark started knocking the boat.
Jack lost an eye in a surfing accident.
Something moved in the water near the boat.
When people asked “What’s a wetsuit?” Jack pointed to his children.
They waited for the boat to return but then realised they were alone.
When Grant saw Jaws he remembered the terrible experience.
The man and the woman didn’t return to the boat.
The shark knocked the boat and it started rocking from side to side.
They shouted but nobody heard them.
The children wore wetsuits and sat in a bath of ice.
Jack wanted to find a way to stay warm in the water.
The motor stopped and they couldn’t start it again.
He loved surfing but the Californian ocean was cold.
They waited and waited for the boat to return.
Jack wanted to find a way to stay warm in the water.
Jack wanted to find a way to stay warm in the water.
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from side to side
a long time ago (TS)
/frEm ÆsaId tE "saId/
/E ÆlÅN taIm E"gEÁ/
d’un côté à l’autre
il y a longtemps
in the middle of
/ÆIn DE "mId“E‘l Ev/
au milieu de
The shark knocked the boat and it started rocking from side to side.
“When was the last time you went sailing?” “I can’t remember. A long
time ago.
The boat stopped in the middle of the ocean and everybody went diving.
/"daIviN/
/"fISIN/
/"kaIt Æs∏…fIN/
/"seIlIN/
/"sku…bE ÆdaIvIN/
/"s∏…fIN/
/"wIndÆs∏…fIN/
faire de la plongée
aller à la pêche
kite surfing
faire de la voile
plongée sous-marine
faire du surf
faire de la planche à voile
The boat stopped in the middle of the ocean and everybody went diving.
When was the last time you went fishing?
Do you ever go kite surfing?
We go sailing at the weekend.
One day they went scuba diving with twenty other people.
Jack loves surfing.
Windsurfing is an exciting sport.
/ÆwÅts DE "weDE ÆlaIk/
/"klaÁdi/
/"fÅgi/
/reIn/
/snEÁ/
/"sØni/
/"wIndi/
Quel temps fait-il ?
nuageux
brumeux
pleuvoir
neiger
ensoleillé
venteux
“What’s the weather like?” “It’s raining.”
It’s cloudy.
It’s foggy.
It’s raining.
It’s snowing.
It’s sunny.
It’s windy.
/fa…st/
/"hØNgri/
/In"kredEb“E‘l/
/"IntrEstId“In‘/
/"lØvli/
rapide
(avoir) faim
incroyable
(être) intéressé (par qn)
charmant
Do you feel frightened in a fast car?
“I’m hungry.” “Why don’t you eat some fruit?”
Well, that’s an incredible story. Debra Veal is an inspiration.
Were the sharks interested in Debra?
“Nelly, hello and welcome.” “Thank you. It’s lovely to be here.”
WATER SPORTS
diving (n)
fishing (n)
kite surfing (n)
sailing (n)
scuba diving (n)
surfing (n)
windsurfing (n)
WEATHER
What’s the weather like?
cloudy (adj)
foggy (adj)
rain (v)
snow (v)
sunny (adj)
windy (adj)
Unit 8 (p. 50)
fast (adj)
hungry (adj)
incredible (adj) (TS)
interested (in) (adj)
lovely (adj) (TS)
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lucky (adj) (TS)
popular (adj) (TS)
private (adj)
real (adj)
remaining (adj)
serious (adj)
thirsty (adj)
typical (adj)
wonderful (adj) (TS)
unfortunately (adv) (TS)
several (determiner)
advertisement (n)
area (n)
baby (n)
citizen (n)
edition (n) (TS)
editor (n)
/"lØki/
/"pÅpjÁlE/
/"praIvEt/
/"rIEl/
/"rI"meInIN/
/"sIEriEs/
/"T∏…sti/
/"tIpIk“E‘l/
/"wØndEf“E‘l/
/"Øn"fO…tS“E‘nEtli/
/"sevrEl/
/"œd"v∏…tIsmEnt/
/"eEriE/
/"beIbi/
/"sItIz“E‘n/
/"I"dIS“E‘n/
/"edItE/
exam (n)
film director (n)
future (n)
inspiration (n) (TS)
/"Ig"zœm/
/"fIlm dEÆrektE/
/"fju…tSE/
/"InspE"reIS“E‘n/
instructor (n) (TS)
interview (n)
journey (n)
line (n)
love affair (n)
lunchtime (n)
modern art (n)
motorway (n) (TS)
nomination (n)
part (n)
/"In"strØktE/
/"IntEÆvju…/
/"dZ∏…ni/
/laIn/
/"lØv EÆfeE/
/"lØntStaIm/
/ÆmÅd“E‘n "A…t/
/"mEÁtEweI/
/ÆnÅmI"neIS“E‘n/
/pA…t/
chanceux
en vogue, à la mode
réservé
vrai
restant
sérieux
(avoir) soif
typique
merveilleux
malheureusement, hélas
plusieurs
publicité
région
bébé
citoyen
édition
rédacteur en chef, directeur
d’un journal
examen
réalisateur (de films)
avenir
inspiration, exemple à suivre,
modèle
moniteur, instructeur
interview
voyage
citation
histoire d’amour
heure du déjeuner
art moderne
autoroute
nomination
rôle
“The hotel is near the beach.” “Mm, you are lucky.”
We have the popular TV presenter, Nelly B, in the studio.
She was very private and never spoke about her love affairs.
Garbo’s real name was Greta Gustafsson.
Debra rowed the remaining 2,290 miles alone.
Garbo had several serious relationships.
“I’m thirsty.” “Me too – let’s have a nice cup of tea.”
She was not a typical Hollywood star.
The rooms are wonderful at the Hurricane Hotel.
“How long did you stay?” “Just two weeks, unfortunately.”
She had several serious relationships.
She worked as a model for newspaper advertisements.
“What did you do all day?” “We visited the area.”
How do you feel when you see a baby?
She moved to Hollywood and became an American citizen.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Heroes.
The editor of The Times wrote, “The winner of the race is the girl who
came last.”
“How do you feel in an exam?” “Really nervous.”
Mauritz Stiller was a top Swedish film director.
Are you worried about your future?
Nelly thinks that Debra Veal is an inspiration.
Lottie met a nice windsurfing instructor.
Garbo didn’t give interviews to the press.
Debra’s journey took 113 days.
Garbo’s most famous line was: “I want to be alone.”
She never spoke about her love affairs.
I’m hungry. Is it lunchtime?
Are you interested in modern art?
There’s a good motorway from Malaga to Tarifa.
Garbo got four Academy Award nominations.
Stiller gave her a part in one of his films.
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IO elem.comp French .indd 23
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plane (n)
presenter (n) (TS)
primary school (n)
race (n)
relationship (n)
rowing (n)
ship (n)
snack (n)
snake (n)
spider (n)
star (n)
team (n)
the press (n)
winner (n)
/pleIn/
/prI"zentE/
/"praImEri Æsku…l/
/reIs/
/rI"leIS“E‘nSIp/
/"rEÁIN/
/SIp/
/snœk/
/sneIk/
/"spaIdE/
/stA…/
/ti…m/
/DE "pres/
/"wInE/
avion
présentateur
école primaire
course
relation (entre 2 personnes)
aviron (course d’)
navire
snack, en-cas
serpent
araignée
star
équipe
la presse
vainqueur
across (prep)
arrive (v)
change (v)
continue (v)
decide (v)
enter (a race) (v)
/E"krÅs/
/E"raIv/
/tSeIndZ/
/kEn"tInju…/
/dI"saId/
/"entE “a reIs‘/
leave (v)
/li…v/
à travers
arriver
changer
continuer
décider
participer à, s’engager dans
(une compétition)
quitter, abandonner
move (to) (v)
retire (v)
row (v)
at sea
come last
/mu…v “tu…‘/
/rI"taIE/
/raÁ/
/Et "si…/
/ÆkØm "lA…st/
partir, aller à
prendre sa retraite
ramer
en mer
arriver le dernier
fall in love
get divorced
get married
/ÆfO…l In "lØv/
/Æget dI"vO…st/
/Æget "mœrid/
tomber amoureux
divorcer, être divorcé
se marier, être marié
Do you feel nervous in a plane?
We have the popular TV presenter, Nelly B, in the studio.
Did you go to primary school near here?
For most people Debra was the hero of the race.
Garbo had several serious relationships.
They entered a 3,000-mile rowing race.
Was Debra worried about big ships?
If you’re hungry, have a snack.
I’m frightened of snakes.
A spider is a large insect with eight legs.
She was a Hollywood star in the 1920s and 1930s.
Thirty five teams took part in the race.
She didn’t give interviews to the press.
Debra wasn’t the winner but for many people she was the hero of the
race.
They entered a rowing race across the Atlantic from Tenerife to Barbados.
Debra arrived in Barbados several days after the winning team.
She moved to New York and changed her name to Harriet Brown.
Debra didn’t want to stop the race and decided to continue.
Debra didn’t want to stop the race and decided to continue.
They entered a rowing race across the Atlantic from Tenerife to Barbados.
After two weeks Andrew left the race because he was frightened of the
ocean.
When she was thirty-six she moved to New York.
Garbo retired at the age of thirty-six.
Debra rowed the remaining 2,290 miles alone.
Debra spent 113 days alone at sea.
Although she came last, many people thought Debra was the hero of
the race.
Many people fell in love with Garbo.
How many people do you know who have got divorced?
Would you like to get married?
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Let’s have …
the mountains
move house
Welcome to … (TS)
Why don’t you …?
/Ælets "hœv/
/DE "maÁntInz/
/Æmu…v "haÁs/
/"welkEm Ætu…/
/ÆwaI "daÁnt ju…/
Prenons…
la montagne
déménager
Bienvenue à…
Pourquoi ne... (verbe) …
vous /tu pas… ?
“I’m thirsty.” “Let’s have a cup of tea.”
Do you prefer the beach or the mountains?
Did you move house when you were a child?
Welcome to this week’s edition of Heroes.
“I’m bored.” “Why don’t you read a book?”
/"œNgri/
/bO…d/
/Im"bœr´st/
/Ik"saItId/
/"fraIt“E‘nd/
/"hœpi/
/"n∏…vEs/
/rI"li…vd/
/sœd/
/"wØrid/
en colère
ennuyé
gêné
excité
effrayé
heureux
nerveux
soulagé
triste
inquiet
I’m never angry with my friends.
If you’re bored, read a book.
Debra wasn’t embarrassed about coming last.
Do you feel excited in a fast car?
Andrew was frightened of the ocean.
She was happy about finishing the race.
Do you feel nervous in exams?
She was relieved when Andrew left – she wanted him to be happy.
Why do you feel so sad?
Are you worried about the future?
créatif
gratuit
mémorable
pauvre
riche
compatissant
groupe (de musique)
bienfaisance
volontariat, aide à la
communauté
Do you like doing creative things like painting and making music?
I spoke to the band and they gave me two free tickets for their concert.
What was a memorable day for you?
Bono asked the world’s rich countries to give money to the poor countries.
Bono asked the world’s rich countries to give money to the poor countries.
People feel sympathetic and send money to UNICEF.
I spoke to the band and they gave me two free tickets for their concert.
Some actors and singers do work for charity.
Community work is work people do to help other people.
FEELINGS
angry (adj)
bored (adj)
embarrassed (adj)
excited (adj)
frightened (adj)
happy (adj)
nervous (adj)
relieved (adj) (TS)
sad (adj)
worried (adj)
Review B (p. 56)
creative (adj)
free (adj)
memorable (adj)
poor (adj)
rich (adj)
sympathetic (adj)
band (n)
charity (n)
community work (n)
/kri"eItIv/
/fri…/
/"mem“E‘rEb“E‘l/
/pO…/
/rItS/
/ÆsImpE"TetIk/
/bœnd/
/"tSœrEti/
/kE"mju…nEti Æw∏…k/
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concert (n)
dancing competition (n)
driving test (n)
/"kÅnsEt/
/"dA…nsIN ÆkÅmpEÆtIS“E‘n/
/"draIvIN Ætest/
lifeguard (n)
/"laIfgA…d/
concert
concours de danse
épreuve de permis de
conduire
maître-nageur
prize (n)
swim (n)
trainer (n)
youth club (n)
act (v)
break (v)
organise (v)
/praIz/
/swIm/
/"treInE/
/"ju…T ÆklØb/
/œkt/
/breIk/
/"O…gEnaIz/
prix
nage
entraîneur
club pour les jeunes
jouer
casser
organiser
crystal (adj)
exclusive (adj) (TS)
/"krIst“E‘l/
/Ik"sklu…sIv/
cristal
exclusif
luxury (adj)
public (adj)
simple (adj)
spacious (adj)
tropical (adj)
well-equipped (adj) (TS)
apparently (adv)
immediately (adv)
alarm clock (n)
block of flats (n)
chandelier (n)
coast (n)
/"lØkSEri/
/"pØblIk/
/"sImp“E‘l/
/"speISEs/
/"trÅpIk“E‘l/
/ÆwelI"kwIpt/
/E"pœrEntli/
/I"mi…diEtli/
/E"lA…m ÆklÅk/
/ÆblÅk Ev "flœts/
/ÆSœndE"lIE/
/kEÁst/
de luxe
public/publique
simple
spacieux
tropical
bien équipé
apparemment
immédiatement
réveil matin
immeuble
chandelier
côte
Bono helped to organise the Live 8 concerts.
We entered a dancing competition and won first prize.
Dan was very happy when he passed his driving test.
A lifeguard is someone who saves people from dangerous situations in
the water.
We entered a dancing competition and won first prize.
David’s swim took 10 hours and 30 minutes.
Greg Whyte is David Walliams’ trainer.
A youth club is a place where young people go to do activities.
Some actors and singers want to do more than act and sing.
Jim was angry with Sue because she broke his camera.
Bono helped to organise the Live 8 concerts.
Unit 9 (p. 60)
There are 1,000 crystal chandeliers at the Emirates Palace Hotel.
Little Palm Island is an exclusive hotel. Come here for total peace and
quiet.
There are 302 luxury rooms at the hotel.
The public living room is 175 metres long.
The rooms are simple and spacious.
A place that is spacious has a lot or room.
It’s a tropical island 120 miles from Miami International Airport.
The rooms are beautiful and well-equipped.
Apparently where you want to live depends on your star sign.
I’m sorry, sir. I’ll send someone immediately.
Your alarm clock is the clock that wakes you up in the morning.
Would you like to live on the top floor of a block of flats?
There are 1,000 crystal chandeliers at the Emirates Palace Hotel.
If you live on the coast, you live near the sea.
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corner (n)
employee (n)
family life (n)
fitness centre (n)
/"kO…nE/
/Im"plOIi…; ÆemplOI"i…/
/"fœmli ÆlaIf/
/"fItnEs ÆsentE/
floor (n)
guest (n)
hairdryer (n)
heating (n)
hill (n)
island (n)
lake (n)
lifetime (n)
/flO…/
/gest/
/"heEÆdraIE/
/"hi…tIN/
/hIl/
/"aIlEnd/
/leIk/
/"laIfÆtaIm/
coin
employé
vie de famille
centre de fitness, de remise
en forme
plancher
invité, client
sèche-cheveux
chauffage
colline
île
lac
toute une vie
light (n)
luxury (n)
paradise (n)
peace (n)
place (n)
quiet (n) (TS)
/laIt/
/"lØkSEri/
/"pœrEdaIs/
/pi…s/
/pleIs/
/"kwaIEt/
lumière, électricité
luxe
paradis
paix
endroit
calme, tranquille
reception (n)
remote control (n)
river (n)
road (n)
seaplane (n)
service (n) (TS)
shampoo (n)
soap (n)
spa (n)
stress (n)
suite (n)
swimming pool (n)
/rI"sepS“E‘n/
/rIÆmEÁt kEn"trEÁl/
/"rIvE/
/rEÁd/
/"si…pleIn/
/"s∏…vIs/
/Sœm"pu…/
/sEÁp/
/spA…/
/stres/
/swi…t/
/"swImIN Æpu…l/
réception
télécommande
rivière
route
hydravion
service
shampoing
savon
station thermale, spa
stress
suite
piscine
There’s a lamp in the corner of the room.
How many employees are there at the Emirates Palace Hotel?
Relax and escape the stress of work and family life.
There are two fitness centres and two swimming pools at the hotel.
There’s a rug on the floor.
Hotel guests arrive by boat or seaplane.
You use a hairdryer to dry your hair.
The room is cold because the heating doesn’t work.
A hill is a piece of raised ground.
Little Palm Island is the perfect place to relax.
You love water and want a house near a lake or river.
Come to the Emirates Palace Hotel or Little Palm Island for the holiday
of a lifetime.
I can’t see – the light doesn’t work.
Enjoy the luxury of the Emirates Palace Hotel.
Little Palm Island is a paradise.
Enjoy the peace of Little Palm Island.
They are perfect places to relax.
Little Palm Island is an exclusive hotel. Come here for total peace and
quiet.
Reception. Can I help you?
The remote control is the thing you use to change channels on the TV.
You love water and want a house near a lake or river.
There isn’t a road to the hotel – guests arrive by boat or seaplane.
Hotel guests arrive by boat or seaplane.
The Emirates Palace Hotel offers excellent service.
You use shampoo to wash your hair.
You use soap to wash your skin.
You can relax on the veranda or visit the beautiful spa.
Escape the stress of work and family life.
A Grand Suite costs $2,000 for one night.
There are two fitness centres and two swimming pools.
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towel (n)
veranda (n)
village (n)
wall (n)
build (v)
choose (v)
cost (v)
escape (v)
help (v)
relax (v)
It doesn’t work.
There is/There are
/"taÁEl/
/vE"rœndE/
/"vIlIdZ/
/wO…l/
/bIld/
/tSu…z/
/kÅst/
/I"skeIp/
/help/
/rI"lœks/
/It ÆdØzEnt "w∏…k/
/ÆDeEr "Iz/ÆDeEr "A…/
serviette
véranda
village
mur
construire
choisir
coûter
échapper à
aider
se relaxer
Il/elle ne fonctionne pas.
Il y a
You use a towel to dry your hands or body.
Relax on the veranda!
They live in a small village in the country.
There are some pictures on the wall.
The hotel cost $3 billion to build.
Choose between peace or luxury.
The hotel cost $3 billion to build.
Escape the stress of work and family life.
Reception. Can I help you?
Relax on the veranda.
“What’s the problem with the TV?” “It doesn’t work.”
There are 302 luxury rooms and 44 suites.
/"A…mtSeE/
/bA…T/
/bed/
/"bÁkÆkeIs/
/"kA…pIt/
/"klÅk/
/"kÅfi ÆteIb“E‘l/
/"kÁkE/
/"kØbEd/
/"k∏…tEnz/
/"kÁS“E‘n/
/desk/
/frIdZ/
/lœmp/
/"mIrE/
/"pIktSE/
/plA…nt/
/ÆplœzmE ti…"vi…/
/rØg/
fauteuil
baignoire
lit
bibliothèque
tapis
pendule
petite table
cuisinière
armoire
rideaux
coussin
bureau
réfrigérateur
lampe
miroir
tableau
plante
télé à écran plat
carpette
An armchair is a large, comfortable chair that you sit in.
There’s a shower and a bath in the bathroom.
The bed is really comfortable.
There were lots of books on the bookcase.
Is there a carpet in your bathroom?
The clock on the wall said 4 o’clock.
There’s a magazine under the coffee table.
There’s an electric cooker in the kitchen.
You can put your clothes in the cupboard.
Close the curtains at night.
There are three cushions on the sofa.
You can sit at the desk and write postcards.
Put the drinks in the fridge to keep them cold.
There’s a lamp in the corner of the room.
You can look at yourself in the mirror on the wall.
How many pictures are there on the wall?
There’s a plant next to the sofa.
There’s a 125-centimetre plasma TV in every room.
There’s a rug on the floor.
FURNITURE
armchair (n)
bath (n)
bed (n)
bookcase (n)
carpet (n)
clock (n)
coffee table (n)
cooker (n)
cupboard (n)
curtains (n pl)
cushion (n)
desk (n)
fridge (n)
lamp (n)
mirror (n)
picture (n)
plant (n)
plasma TV (n) (TS)
rug (n)
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shower (n)
sofa (n)
washbasin (n)
/"SaÁE/
/"sEÁfE/
/"wÅSbeIs“E‘n/
douche
sofa
lavabo
There’s a shower and a bath in the bathroom.
There are three cushions on the sofa.
Wash your hands in the washbasin.
/baI/
/In/
/nIE/
/Ån/
au bord de
dans
près de
sur
I love water. I want a house by a river or lake.
We live in a small village.
If you live on the coast, you live near the sea.
If you live on the coast, you live near the sea.
/"bA…TÆru…m/
/"bedru…m/
/"kItSEn/
/"lIvINÆru…m/
salle de bains
chambre
cuisine
salon, salle de séjour
There aren’t any towels in the bathroom.
The bedroom is cold – the heating doesn’t work.
There’s a fridge and a cooker in the kitchen.
The public living room is 175 metres long.
We had a delicious meal on my brother’s 18th birthday.
Eating fruit and vegetables is healthy.
“How do you stay so slim?” “I follow the food combining rules.”
Eating too many chips is unhealthy.
Can you speak more slowly, please?
We had a delicious meal on my brother’s 18th birthday.
PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
by (prep)
in (prep)
near (prep)
on (prep)
ROOMS
bathroom (n)
bedroom (n)
kitchen (n)
living room (n)
Unit 10 (p. 66)
delicious (adj)
healthy (adj)
slim (adj) (TS)
unhealthy (adj)
slowly (adv)
birthday (n)
business dinner (n)
customer (n)
diet (n)
human body (n)
menu (n)
/dI"lISEs/
/"helTi/
/slIm/
/Øn"helTi/
/"slEÁli/
/"b∏…TdeI/
/"bIznEs ÆdInE/
/"kØstEmE/
/"daIEt/
/Æhju…mEn "bÅdi/
/"menju…/
délicieux
sain
mince
malsain
lentement
anniversaire
dîner d’affaires
client
régime (alimentaire)
corps humain
menu
occasion (n)
/E"keIZ“E‘n/
événement, cérémonie
A business dinner is a meal that businessmen who work together have.
What does the customer want to eat?
Food-combining is a kind of diet.
The human body digests different food in different ways.
A menu is a list of things you can eat or a list of things to eat in a
restaurant.
An occasion is an event such as a birthday or a business dinner.
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pocket (n) (PW)
rule (n)
way (n)
follow (v)
imagine (v)
pay (v)
be based on
fall asleep (TS)
lose weight
I’d like …
Would you like …?
/"pÅkIt/
/ru…l/
/weI/
/"fÅlEÁ/
/I"mœdZIn/
/peI/
/bi "beIst Ån/
/ÆfO…l E"sli…p/
/Ælu…z "weIt/
/ÆaId "laIk/
/"wÁd ju… "laIk/
poche
règle
manière
suivre
imaginer
payer
se fonder, se baser sur qch.
s’endormir
perdre du poids
j’aimerais…
aimeriez-vous/aimerais-tu… ?
How much money do you have in your pocket?
On the food-combining diet, you just need to follow three simple rules.
The human body digests different food in different ways.
You just need to follow three simple rules.
Imagine a diet where you can eat three meals a day and lose weight.
The customer pays $5 for the meal.
“Food-combining” is based on the way we digest food.
My grandmother fell asleep after two glasses of wine.
Imagine a diet where you can eat three meals a day and lose weight.
I’d like a chicken sandwich, please.
Would you like salt and pepper?
/"œp“E‘l/
/bE"nA…nE/
/bi…n/
/bred/
/ÆbraÁn "bred/
/"bØtE/
/keIk/
/ÆkA…bE"haIdreIts/
/"kœrEt/
/"kÅliÆflaÁE/
/"sIariEl/
/tSi…z/
/"tSIkIn/
/eg/
/fIS/
/fru…t/
/Æfru…t "sœlEd/
/"gA…lIk/
/greIp/
/"lemEn/
pomme
banane
haricot
pain
pain complet
beurre
gâteau
carbohydrate, glucide
carotte
chou-fleur
céréale
fromage
poulet
œuf
poisson
fruit
salade de fruits
ail
raisin
citron
An apple is a hard round red or green fruit.
A banana is a long yellow fruit.
There are many different kinds of beans that are eaten as vegetables.
Do you prefer white bread or brown bread?
Brown bread is healthier than white bread.
Would you like butter or margarine with your bread?
A cake is a sweet food made from butter, flour and sugar.
Bread, potatoes and cakes are all carbohydrates.
A carrot is a long orange vegetable.
A cauliflower is a vegetable with green leaves and a white centre.
A cereal is a breakfast food that is usually eaten with milk.
Cheese is a protein.
Chicken is a type of white meat.
Bacon and eggs is a typical British breakfast.
Do you prefer fish or meat?
Strawberries and grapes are types of fruit.
A fruit salad is a dessert made from different types of fruit.
Garlic has a very strong taste and is used in cooking.
Grapes are small round purple or green fruits.
A lemon is a round yellow fruit.
FOOD
apple (n)
banana (n)
bean (n)
bread (n)
brown bread (n)
butter (n)
cake (n)
carbohydrates (n pl)
carrot (n)
cauliflower (n)
cereal (n)
cheese (n)
chicken (n)
egg (n)
fish (n)
fruit (n)
fruit salad (n)
garlic (n)
grape (n)
lemon (n)
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margarine (n)
mayonnaise (n)
meat (n)
melon (n)
mushroom (n)
mustard (n)
olive oil (n)
onion (n)
orange (n)
pasta (n)
pear (n)
/ÆmA…dZE"ri…n/
/ÆmeIE"neIz/
/mi…t/
/"melEn/
/"mØSru…m/
/"mØstEd/
/ÆÅlIv "OIl/
/"ØnjEn/
/"ÅrIndZ/
/"pœstE/
/peE/
margarine
mayonnaise
viande
melon
champignon
moutarde
huile d’olive
oignon
orange
pâtes
poire
pepper (n)
/"pepE/
1:poivron ; 2: poivre
potato (n)
protein (n)
rice (n)
salt (n)
sandwich (n)
seafood (n)
strawberry (n)
tomato (n)
vegetable (n)
white bread (n)
/pE"teItaÁ/
/"prEÁti…n/
/raIs/
/sO…lt/
/"sœn“d‘wIdZ/
/"si…Æfu…d/
/"strO…b“E‘ri/
/"tE"mA…tEÁ/
/"vedZtEb“E‘l/
/ÆwaIt "bred/
pomme de terre
protéine
riz
sel
sandwich
fruits de mer (et) poisson
fraise
tomate
légumes
pain (pain blanc)
Would you like butter or margarine with your bread?
Mayonnaise is a thick white or yellow sauce, often eaten with salad.
Do you prefer fish or meat?
A melon is a large round green or yellow fruit.
Mushrooms are small round grey vegetables.
Mustard is a hot yellow sauce eaten with meat.
Do you like cooking with olive oil?
A onion is a round white vegetable with a strong smell and taste.
An orange is a round orange fruit.
Spaghetti is a type of pasta.
A pear is a green or yellow fruit that is round at the bottom and
thinner at the top.
Sense 1: A pepper is a yellow, green or red vegetable with a hot or
sweet taste.
Sense 2: Would you like salt and pepper on your food?
Potatoes are carbohydrates.
Meat and fish are types of protein.
Rice is very popular in Chinese cooking.
Would you like salt and pepper on your food?
I usually have a sandwich for lunch.
Seafood consists of animals from the sea that you can eat.
A strawberry is a small round fruit.
A tomato is a soft round red fruit eaten in salads.
Mushroom and beans are both types of vegetable.
Brown bread is healthier than white bread.
/kEÁk/
/mIlk/
/"ÅrIndZ ÆdZu…s/
/"wO…tE/
coca-cola
lait
jus d’orange
eau
Coke is a very popular drink, especially with young people.
Cereals are usually eaten with milk for breakfast.
A glass of orange juice, please.
Drinking water is healthy.
DRINK
coke (n)
milk (n)
orange juice (n)
water (n)
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bright (adj) (TS)
fabulous (adj)
fat (adj) (GE)
right (adj)
special (adj) (TS)
wrong (adj)
bird (n)
ceremony (n) (TS)
changing room (n) (TS)
fashion (n)
fruit juice (n) (GE)
hobby (n) (TS)
medium (n) (TS)
photographer (n)
subscription (n)
traffic (n)
window (n)
stand up (phr v)
try on (phr v)
turn around (phr v) (TS)
outside (prep) (TS)
sing (v)
of your choice
/braIt/
/"fœbjÁlEs/
/fœt/
/raIt/
/"speS“E‘l/
/rÅN/
/b∏…d/
/"serEmEni/
/"tSeIndZIN Æru…m/
/"fœS“E‘n/
/"fru…t ÆdZu…s/
/"hÅbi/
/"mi…diEm/
/"fE"tÅgrEfE/
/sEb"skrIpS“E‘n/
/"trœfIk/
/"wIndEÁ/
/Æstœnd "Øp/
/ÆtraI "Ån/
/Æt∏…n E"raÁnd/
/aÁt"saId/
/sIN/
/ÆEv jO… "tSOIs/
clair, lumineux
fabuleux
gros, gras
juste, correct
spécial, particulier
faux
oiseau
cérémonie
salon d’essayage
mode
jus de fruit
passe-temps, hobby
taille moyenne
photographe
abonnement
circulation
fenêtre
se tenir debout
essayer
faire demi-tour
dehors, à l’extérieur
chanter
à votre choix
I like bright colours – red, blue and green.
Win a fabulous prize!
We’re eating a lot of good food and I’m getting fat!
“She has long, straight hair,” “Is it Maria?” “Yes, that’s right.”
Are you looking for anything special, Madam?
“He has a shaved head and earrings.” “Is that David?” “No, that’s wrong.”
“Are the birds singing outside?” “Yes, they are.”
I’m waiting for the stars to arrive for the Oscars ceremony.
“Can I try it on?” “Certainly, Madam. The changing rooms are over there.”
Milan is the fashion capital of the world.
I’m sitting on the beach, drinking a delicious fruit juice.
Stuart says that clothes are his hobby.
Do you have this dress in a medium?
She’s waving to the photographers.
The third prize is a free year’s subscription to IMAGE.
“Is the traffic making a noise?” “No, it isn’t.”
“Are you sitting next to a window?” “Yes, I am.”
“Is your teacher standing up?” “No, he isn’t.”
“Can I try it on?” “Certainly, Madam. The changing rooms are over there.”
What’s Charlize doing now? She’s turning around. Hi Charlize!
I’m Ross White and I’m standing outside the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.
The birds are singing outside.
The second prize is 1,000 euros to spend in the clothes shop of your choice.
sportif, décontracté
habillé, élégant
accessoires
ceinture
T-shirts and jeans are casual clothes.
Suits and ties are formal clothes.
Belts, rings and hats are accessories.
Do you wear a belt with your jeans?
CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIES
casual (adj)
formal (adj)
accessories (n pl)
belt (n)
/"kœZuEl/
/"fO…m“E‘l/
/Ek"sesEriz/
/belt/
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boots (n pl)
bow tie (n) (TS)
casual clothes (n pl)
/bu…ts/
/ÆbEÁ "taI/
/"kœZuEl ÆklEÁDz/
coat (n)
dress (n)
footwear (n)
formal clothes (n pl)
hat (n)
item of clothing (n)
/kEÁt/
/dres/
/"fÁtweE/
/"fO…mEl ÆklEÁDz/
/hœt/
/ÆaItEm Ev "klEÁDIN/
ring (n)
shirt (n)
shoes (n pl)
socks (n pl)
suit (n)
sweater (n)
tie (n)
top (n)
/rIN/
/S∏…t/
/Su…z/
/sÅks/
/su…t/
/"swetE/
/taI/
/tÅp/
bottes
nœud papillon
vêtements de style sportif,
décontracté
manteau
robe
chaussures
vêtements habillés, élégants
chapeau
pièce d’habillement,
vêtement
veste
jeans
un pantalon, une paire de
chaussures etc.
bague
chemise
chaussures
chaussettes
costume
chandail, sweater
cravate
haut, bustier
tracksuit (n)
trainers (n pl)
trousers (n pl)
T-shirt (n)
underpants (n pl)
underwear (n)
/"trœksu…t/
/"treInEz/
/"traÁzEz/
/"ti…ÆS∏…t/
/"ØndEÆpœnts/
/"ØndEÆweE/
survêtement
tennis, baskets
pantalon
T-shirt
slip
sous-vêtements
/"dZœkIt/
jacket (n)
/dZi…nz/
jeans (n pl)
pair of trousers/shoes etc (n) /ÆpeEr Ev "traÁzEz/"Su…z/
Boots are a type of footwear.
Jake Gyllenhaal is wearing a black bow tie.
Do you prefer casual clothes or formal clothes?
Do you wear a coat in the winter?
She’s wearing a beautiful red dress.
Trainers, shoes and boots are all types of footwear.
Do you prefer formal clothes or casual clothes?
Do you ever wear a hat?
What’s your favourite item of clothing?
He wears a jacket and tie to work.
How many pairs of jeans do you have?
How many pairs of shoes does Stuart have?
Rings and belts are accessories.
Do you wear a shirt and tie to school?
Do you prefer wearing shoes or trainers?
Socks are a type of underwear.
A lot of people wear suits to work.
How many sweaters do you have?
He wears a jacket and tie to work.
A top is something you wear on the upper part of your body, like a
T-shirt or a blouse.
Tracksuits are a type of casual clothes.
Do you like expensive trainers?
Do you prefer casual trousers or formal trousers?
I like wearing T-shirts in the summer.
Underpants are a type of underwear.
Socks and underpants are both types of underwear.
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION/LOOKS
beautiful (adj)
blond (adj)
blue (eyes) (adj)
curly (hair) (adj)
dark (hair) (adj)
dark brown (eyes) (adj)
gold (adj)
good-looking (adj)
gorgeous (adj) (TS)
green (eyes) (adj)
grey (hair) (adj)
handsome (adj)
long (hair) (adj)
medium-length (hair) (adj)
short (hair) (adj)
straight (hair) (adj)
sweet (adj)
wavy (hair (adj)
beard (n)
earrings (n pl)
eyes (n pl)
hair (n)
highlights (n pl)
moustache (n)
shaved head (n)
smile (n)
tattoo (n)
/"bju…tEf“E‘l/
/blÅnd/
/blu… “aIz‘/
/"k∏…li “heE‘/
/dÅ…k “heE‘/
/"dÅ…k ÆbraÁn “aIz‘/
/gEÁld/
/"gÁd"lÁkIN/
/"gO…dZEs/
/gri…n “aIz‘/
/greI “heE‘/
/"hœns“E‘m/
/lÅN “heE‘/
/"mi…diEmÆleNT “heE‘/
/SO…t “heE‘/
/streIt “heE‘/
/swi…t/
/"weIvi “heE‘/
/bIEd/
/"IErINz/
/aIz/
/heE/
/"haIÆlaIts/
/mE"stA…S/
/ÆSeIvd "hed/
/smaIl/
/tœ"tu…/
belle, beau
blond
yeux bleus
cheveux bouclés
cheveux bruns
yeux marron foncé
or
beau, belle
magnifique
yeux verts
cheveux gris
beau
cheveux longs
cheveux mi-longs
cheveux courts
cheveux raides
mignon
cheveux frisés
barbe
boucles d’oreille
yeux
cheveux, chevelure
mèches
moustache
crâne rasé
sourire
tatouage
Do you think that Charlize Theron is beautiful?
Do you prefer blond hair or dark hair?
I like boys with blond hair and blue eyes.
Nancy has short, curly hair.
Do you prefer blond hair or dark hair?
She has black hair and dark brown eyes.
Who’s wearing gold earrings?
Do you agree that Will is very good-looking?
Charlize Theron is a gorgeous woman!
Do you like green eyes?
Which person in the photos has short grey hair?
A man who is handsome is good-looking.
Does Keira Knightley have long hair?
Is your hair short, medium-length or long?
Do you prefer short or long hair?
Do you prefer straight or curly hair?
Nancy has short, curly hair. She’s very sweet.
If someone’s hair is wavy, it is neither straight nor curly.
Do you like men with beards?
She sometimes wears gold earrings.
What colour are your eyes?
What colour is your hair?
Which person in the photos has blond highlights in their hair?
Does Simon have a moustache?
Will has a shaved head.
Zainab has a lovely smile.
A lot of football players have tattoos.
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average (adj)
/"œv“E‘rIdZ/
moyen
better (superl. adj)
brilliant (adj)
brown (adj)
careful (adj)
huge (adj)
lost (adj)
low (adj)
miserable (adj) (GE)
old (adj)
original (adj) (TS)
plastic (adj)
romantic (adj) (GE)
valuable (adj)
violent (adj)
white (adj)
soon (adv)
another (determiner)
backpack (n)
celebrity (n)
collector (n) (TS)
cook (n)
cosmetics (n pl)
driver (n)
flat (n)
glasses (n pl)
haircut (n)
handwriting (n)
/"betE/
/"brIljEnt/
/braÁn/
/"keEf“E‘l/
/hju…dZ/
/lÅst/
/lEÁ/
/"mIz“E‘rEb“E‘l/
/EÁld/
/E"rIdZ“E‘nEl/
/"plœstIk/
/rEÁ"mœntIk/
/"vœljÁb“E‘l/
/"vaIElEnt/
/waIt/
/su…n/
/E"nnDE/
/"bœkÆpœk/
/sE"lebrEti/
/"kE"lektE/
/kÁk/
/kÅz"metIks/
/"draIvE/
/flœt/
/"glA…sIz/
/"heEkØt/
/"hœndraItiN/
meilleur
génial, très intelligent
brun
soigneux, prudent
énorme
perdu
bas
pauvre, misérable
vieux, vieille
authentique
plastique
romantique
de valeur, de prix
violent
blanc
bientôt
un autre
sac à dos
célébrité
collectionneur
cuisinier
produits de beauté
conducteur, chauffeur
appartement
lunettes
coupe (de cheveux)
écriture (à la main)
The average person in Britain spends a year of their life looking for lost
objects.
Was Karyn’s new job better than her old job?
Then she had a brilliant idea and started a website called savekaryn.com
Is Judy’s handbag brown?
She moved to a smaller flat and was more careful with her money.
She still had a huge credit card debt.
Do you often spend time looking for lost objects?
Karyn found another job, but the salary was lower.
Who’s the most miserable person you know?
Who’s the oldest person in your family?
The most valuable jeans are an original pair of 115-year-old Levis.
Hissy the snake is made of plastic.
Are women more romantic than men?
What’s your most valuable possession?
Some women become violent when they lose things.
Judy’s handbag is black, not white.
Soon she had a debt of $20,000.
She found another job, but the salary was lower.
People wear backpacks when they are travelling to keep things in.
Karyn became an Internet celebrity.
A Japanese collector bought the jeans on the Internet in 2005.
Are you a good cook?
Cosmetics are things that women buy such as lipstick to put on their face.
Are your parents good drivers?
She moved to a smaller flat and bought cheaper clothes.
There’s a mobile phone in my bag and some glasses.
How much do you usually pay for a haircut?
My handwriting is worse than Gina’s.
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key (n)
leather (n)
letter (n)
lost property (n)
monument (n) (PW)
nylon (n)
object (n)
/"ki…/
/"leDE/
/"letE/
/ÆlÅst "prÅpEti/
/"mÅnjÁmEnt/
/"naIlÅn/
/"ÅbdZekt/
office (n)
passport (n)
pen (n)
present (n)
research (n)
shopping bag (n)
everyone (pron)
belong to (v)
cry (v)
find (v)
interview (v)
lose (your job) (v)
ring (v)
swear (v)
visit (a website) (v)
/"ÅfIs/
/"pA…spO…t/
/pen/
/"prezEnt/
/rI"s∏…tS; "ri…s∏…tS/
/"SÅpIN Æbœg/
/"evriwØn/
/"bI"lÅN tu…/
/kraI/
/faInd/
/"IntEÆvju…/
/"lu…z “ja dZÅb‘/
/rIN/
/sweE/
/"vIzIt “E websaIt‘/
in total
be worth $65,000/
$11 million etc (TS)
/In "tEÁt“E‘l/
/bi w∏…T ÆsIkstifEIv ÆTaÁzEnd
"dÅlEz/IÆlev“E‘n ÆmIljEn "dÅlEz/
A lot of people lose their keys.
The handbag is made of leather.
Karyn put a letter on her website asking for money.
The Lost Property Office keeps objects that people have lost.
Which is the oldest monument in your town/city?
“Is her handbag made of nylon?” “No, it’s not, it’s made of leather.”
The objects that people are most likely to lose are money, keys and the
TV remote control.
The office is open from nine in the morning.
bureau
passeport
People hardly ever lose their passport.
stylo
My pen was more expensive than Kerry’s.
cadeau
She bought me an expensive present for my birthday.
recherche, investigation
Research shows what men and women do when they lose things.
sac à provisions
A shopping bag is a bag that you put your shopping in.
chacun
Hello everyone! Thank you all for visiting my website.
appartenir à
The snake belongs to my five-year-old son.
pleurer
A lot of women cry when they lose things.
trouver
She found another job, but the salary was lower.
interviewer
Half the people interviewed said they would like to lose boring friends!
perdre son travail
She had a debt of $20,000 then she lost her job.
téléphoner, appeler (par tél.) I’m ringing because I lost my bag yesterday.
jurer
A lot of men swear when they lose things.
aller sur, visiter (un site
Thank you all for visiting my website.
Internet)
en tout
People sent her $13,323.08 in total.
valoir $ 65.000/$ 11 millions The most valuable watch is worth
etc.
$11,302,650.
/tSi…p/
/bIl/
/"kredIt ÆkA…d/
/det/
bon marché, pas cher
facture
carte de crédit
dette
clé
cuir
lettre
objet perdu
monument
nylon
objet
MONEY
cheap (adj)
bill (n)
credit card (n)
debt (n)
She bought cheaper clothes and was more careful with her money.
The salary was lower and she couldn’t pay her bills.
When Karyn went shopping she used a credit card.
Soon she had a debt of $20,000.
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salary (n)
earn (v)
save (money) (v)
/"sœlEri/
/∏…n/
/seIv “mØni‘/
spend (money) (v)
/spend “mØni‘/
salaire
gagner (salaire)
épargner (argent), faire des
économies
dépenser (argent)
The salary in the new job was lower.
Karyn had a good job and she earned a good salary.
She didn’t save her money and spent it on clothes, shoes and cosmetics.
What do you spend money on?
usually on twice or three times a week.
Review C (p. 84)
relaxed (adj)
unusual (adj)
Certainly (adv) (TS)
/rI"lœkst/
/Øn"ju…ZÁEl/
/"s∏…t“E‘nli/
détendu
peu commun, inhabituel
Certainement
chef (n)
cow (n)
dish (n)
dress code (n) (TS)
/Sef/
/kaÁ/
/dIS/
/"dres ÆkEÁd/
chef (cuisinier)
vache
plat, mets
règle vestimentaire
market (n)
owner (n)
pencil (n)
pub (n)
reservation (n)
/"mA…kIt/
/"EÁnE/
/"pens“E‘l/
/pØb/
/ÆrezE"veIS“E‘n/
marché
propriétaire
crayon
pub
réservation
seat (n)
steakhouse (n)
window table (n) (TS)
have a great time
Of course. (TS)
/si…t/
/"steIkÆhaÁs/
/"wIndEÁ ÆteIbl/
/"hœv E greIt "taIm/
/Ev "kO…s/
place (assise)
steakhouse
table à la fenêtre
bien s’amuser
Bien sûr
I’m sitting here feeling relaxed and looking at the beautiful blue sea.
There are unusual things on the menu, like bacon and egg ice cream!
“Do you have a table near the window, with a view of the river?”
“Certainly.”
Some people think the chef, Ferran Adriá, is the best cook in the world.
The beef tastes so good because the cows drink beer!
El Bulli is famous for strange dishes like bread with oil and chocolate.
“Er, is there a dress code?” “Yes. No jeans, and we ask men to wear a
jacket and tie.
Yesterday we went to a market in a village.
The owner of The Fat Duck is Heston Blumental.
I’m holding a pencil.
The Fat Duck is a 450-year-old pub in a village near London.
It’s difficult to get a reservation because it’s only open for six months of
the year.
There are only fifty seats at El Bulli.
Aragawa was the first steakhouse in Japan.
A window table is a table next to a window.
There’s a fantastic restaurant on the beach. We’re having a great time.
“I’d like to make a reservation.” “Of course. What day?”
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badly (adv)
happily (adv)
loudly (adv)
quietly (adv)
back (n)
bank balance (n) (PW)
/"bœdli/
/"hœpIli/
/"laÁdli/
/"kwaIEtli/
/bœk/
/"bœNk ÆbœlEns/
chess (n)
cold (n)
(sb’s) company (n)
dance company (n)
lottery ticket (n) (PW)
phone (n)
side (n)
stomach (n)
talent (n)
admire (v)
check (v) (PW)
compose (v)
cook (v)
draw (v)
join (v)
laugh (v)
perform (v)
practise (v)
ski (v)
swim (v)
type (v)
all over the world
/tSes/
/kEÁld/
/“sØmbEdiz’ "kØmp“E‘ni/
/"dA…ns ÆkØmp“E‘ni/
/"lÅtri ÆtIkIt/
/fEÁn/
/saId/
/"stØmEk/
/"tœlEnt/
/ad"maIE/
/tSek/
/kEm"pEÁz/
/kÁk/
/drO…/
/dZOIn/
/lA…f/
/pE"fO…m/
/"prœktIs/
/ski…/
/swIm/
/taIp/
/ÆO…l ÆEÁvE DE "w∏…ld/
mal
joyeusement
bruyamment
calmement
dos
compte (bilan, relevé de
compte)
échecs
froid
compagnie (de qqn.)
troupe de danse
billet de loterie
téléphone
côté
estomac
talent
admirer
contrôler
composer
cuisiner
dessiner
rejoindre
rire
jouer, danser (acteur)
s’exercer
skier
nager
taper (à la machine)
partout dans le monde
I play the piano very badly.
She was playing happily with the other children.
My son plays his CDs very loudly.
Do you talk quietly on the phone?
Do you sleep on your back or your stomach?
How often do you check your bank balance?
Can you play chess?
I can’t go swimming. I have a cold.
People admire you but they don’t enjoy your company.
In 1992 Joaquín Cortés started his own dance company.
How often do you buy a lottery ticket?
Do you talk quietly on the phone?
I usually sleep on my side.
Do you sleep on your back or your stomach?
Cortés has many other talents – he can act and compose music.
People admire you but they don’t enjoy your company.
How often do you check your bank balance?
Cortés can act and compose music as well as dance.
Can you cook?
“Can he draw?” “No, he can’t.”
He joined Spain’s National Ballet company when he was fifteen.
Someone who is funny makes other people laugh.
Cortés performs in a different city every week.
He practises for more than five hours a day.
“Can you ski?” “Yes, I can.”
Can your parents swim?
He types very fast.
He dances flamenco all over the world.
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/"kœn Æhi…/ÆSi…/
/"kœn Æju…/
/ÆfÁl Ev “"enEdZi‘/
/DE "kwi…n Ev/
Peut- il/elle… ?
Pouvez-vous/Peux-tu … ?
plein de (d’énergie)
la reine de
“Can she speak English?” “Yes, she can.”
Can you speak five languages?
He sleeps for five or six hours and wakes up full of energy.
Madonna is the queen of pop.
confident (adj)
funny (adj)
friendly (adj)
generous (adj)
quiet (adj)
selfish (adj)
sensible (adj)
serious (adj)
shy (adj)
stupid (adj)
unfriendly (adj)
/"kÅnfId“E‘nt/
/"fØni/
/"frendli/
/"dZenErEs/
/"kwaIEt/
/"selfIS/
/"sensEb“E‘l/
/"sIEriEs/
/SaI/
/"stju…pId/
/Øn"frendli/
assuré, sûr de lui
drôle
sympathique
généreux
calme
égoïste
raisonnable
sérieux
timide
stupide
antipathique
be sure of yourself
/bi "SO… Ev jEÆself/
être sûr de soi
Someone who is confident is very sure of themselves.
Someone who is funny makes other people laugh.
Someone who is friendly is nice and kind to other people.
Someone who is generous gives time and/or money to other people.
Someone who is quiet doesn’t say much.
Someone who is selfish doesn’t think about other people.
Someone who is sensible never does stupid things.
Someone who is serious thinks about things and doesn’t laugh much.
Someone who is shy is nervous about meeting people.
Someone who is stupid does things that are unintelligent or not sensible.
Someone who is unfriendly does not like to be with other people or talk
to them.
A confident person is very sure of themselves.
/ÆO…l DE "taIm/
/Æevri "deI/tu… "wi…ks/
tout le temps
tous les jours/toutes les deux
semaines etc.
une fois/deux fois par mois/
an etc.
trois/quatre etc. fois par
semaine/an etc.
Can he/she …?
Can you …?
full of (energy)
the queen of (TS)
CHARACTER ADJECTIVES
TIME EXPRESSIONS
all the time
every day/two weeks etc
once/twice a month/year etc /ÆwØns/ÆtwaIs E "mØnT/"jIE/
three/four etc times
a week/year etc
/ÆTri…/ÆfO… taImz E "wi…k/"jIE
Joaquín Cortés now travels all the time.
He performs in a different city every week.
“How often do you go on holiday?” “Once a year.”
We talk on the phone three or four times a week.
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Unit 14 (p. 94)
armed (adj) (TS)
competitive (adj)
correct (adj) (TS)
crazy (adj) (TS)
dark (adj) (TS)
foreign (adj)
harmless (adj) (TS)
hurt (adj) (TS)
sociable (adj)
successful (adj) (TS)
ugly (adj) (TS)
first (adv)
appointment (n)
Argentina (n) (TS)
border (n) (TS)
Chile (n) (TS)
eviction (n) (TS)
farm (n) (TS)
/A…md/
/kEm"petEtIv/
/kE"rekt/
/"kreIzi/
/dA…k/
/"fÅrIn/
/"hA…mlEs/
/h∏…t/
/"sEÁSEb“E‘l/
/sEk"sesf“E‘l/
/"Øgli/
/f∏…st/
/E"pOIntmEnt/
/ÆA…dZEn"ti…nW/
/"bO…dE/
/"tSIli/
/I"vIkS“E‘n/
/fA…m/
farmer (n) (TS)
/"fA…mE/
fear (n) (TS)
housemate (n)
interviewer (n)
lesson (n)
make-up (n)
movie star (n) (TS)
operation (n)
plan (n)
planet (n)
/fIE/
/"haÁsmeIt/
/"IntEÆvju…E/
/"les“E‘n/
/"meIkØp/
/"mu…vi ÆstA…/
/"ÅpE"reIS“E‘n/
/plœn/
/"plœnIt/
armé
compétitif
juste, correct
fou, dingue
sombre, noir
étranger
inoffensif
blesser
sociable
couronné de succès
laid
d’abord, en premier
rendez-vous
Argentine
frontière
Chili
expulsion, renvoi
ferme
The men were armed but nobody was hurt.
Are you sociable, interesting and competitive?
That’s the correct answer. You’ve just won £125,000!
Bree’s my favourite character. She’s crazy.
I like the humour in Desperate Housewives. It’s very dark.
Do you want to live in a foreign country?
Most sharks are harmless and shy.
The men were armed but nobody was hurt.
Someone who is sociable likes being with other people.
You’ve had a very successful career in the film business.
The Spotted Wobbegong is not a beautiful specimen – quite ugly in fact.
First, I’m going to go out and spend some money.
I’m not going to arrive late for appointments.
The Iguacu Falls are on the border of Argentina and Chile.
The Iguacu Falls are on the border of Argentina and Chile.
The Iguacu Falls are on the border of Argentina and Chile.
The nominations for eviction are … Vicky and … Clyde.
I grew up on a farm in the Mid West and wanted to be a farmer when I
was young.
fermier
I grew up on a farm in the Mid West and wanted to be a farmer when I
was young.
peur
Sharks fill people with fear.
co-pensionnaire, compagnon Which Big Brother housemates are you going to see again?
interviewer, journaliste
Lynne says she’d like to be an interviewer on TV.
leçon
What are you going to do after the lesson?
Make-up is the things that women buy such as lipstick to put on their face.
maquillage
How does it feel to be such a successful movie star?
star du cinéma
I hope to win the prize because I want to pay for my sister’s operation.
opération
Finally, Lynne, what are your plans for the future?
projet
I’d like to give the money to Greenpeace. I want to save the planet.
planète
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singing career (n)
stranger (n)
grow up (phr v) (TS)
arrest (v) (TS)
attempt (v) (TS)
believe (v)
book (v)
fill (v) (TS)
miss (v)
/"sININ kEÆrIE/
/"streIndZE/
/ÆgrEÁ "Øp/
/E"rest/
/E"tempt/
/bI"li…v/
/bÁk/
/fIl/
/mIs/
record (v)
retire (v)
rob (v) (TS)
save (the planet) (v)
Can’t complain. (TS)
/rI"kO…d/
/rI"taIE/
/rÅb/
/ÆseIv “DE "plœnIt‘/
/ÆkA…nt kEm"pleIn/
change your mind (TS)
/ÆtSeIndZ jE "maInd/
Congratulations! (interjection)
Good Luck!
the king of (TS)
Let’s go/do/watch etc
/kEnÆgrœtSÁ"leIS“E‘nz/
/ÆgÁd "lØk/
/DE "kIN Ev/
/lets "gEÁ/"du…/"wÅtS/
Shall we/I …?
/"Sœl Æwi…/»aI/
carrière de chanteur
Lynne wants to start a singing career.
étranger
A stranger is someone you do not know.
grandir
I grew up on a farm in the Mid West.
arrêter
Police arrested two men after they attempted to rob a bank.
tenter, essayer
Police arrested two men after they attempted to rob a bank.
croire
“Lynne, congratulations!” “Thank you. I can’t believe it.”
réserver
“Shall I book tickets for the film?” “No, I don’t want to see it again.”
remplir
Sharks fill people with fear.
regretter l’absence de qn.,
I’m going to have a party. I missed my friends so much.
manquer
enregistrer
Cameras record you twenty-four hours a day in the Big Brother house.
prendre sa retraite
I hope to retire before I’m sixty.
voler, dévaliser
Police arrested two men after they attempted to rob a bank.
sauver (la planète)
I’d like to give the money to Greenpeace. I want to save the planet.
(Je) ne peux pas me plaindre. “How are you today?” “Can’t complain.”
Çà va.
changer d’avis
“I wanted to be a farmer when I was a young boy.” “What made you
change your mind?”
“Lynne, congratulations!” “Thank you. I can’t believe it.”
Félicitations !
“I’d like to be an interviewer on TV.” “Oh, well, good luck!”
Bonne chance !
The shark is the king of the sea.
le roi de
“Let’s go to the cinema.” “What’s on?”
Allons (impératif+verbe)/
faire/regarder etc.
“Shall I book tickets for the film?” “No, I don’t want to see it again.”
Est-ce que nous allons/
je vais… ? (forme
interrogative du futur)
TV
channel (n)
on (adj)
programme (n)
switch on (phr v)
switch off (phr v)
/"tSœn“E‘l/
/Ån/
/"prEÁgrœm/
/ÆswItS "Ån/
/ÆswItS "Åf/
chaîne
il y a, il passe en ce moment
programme, émission
allumer
éteindre
How many different channels can you get on your television?
What’s on TV this evening?
What’s your favourite TV programme?
After school, I go home and switch on the TV.
What time do you switch off the TV?
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watch (v)
general knowledge (n)
/wÅtS/
/ÆdZenrEl "nÅlIdZ/
character (n)
humour (n)
How many hours of TV do you watch every day?
A quiz show tests your general knowledge.
/"kœrIktE/
/"hju…mE/
regarder
connaissances générales,
culture générale
personnage
humour
cartoon (n)
chat show (n)
/"kA…"tu…n/
/"tSœt ÆSEÁ/
dessin animé
talk-show
comedy drama (n)
documentary (n)
/"kÅmEdi ÆdrA…mE/
/ÆdÅkjÁ"ment“E‘ri/
comédie dramatique
documentaire
game show (n)
/"geIm ÆSEÁ/
jeu télévisé
the news (n)
quiz show (n)
reality TV show (n)
soap opera (n)
/DE "nju…z/
/"kwIz ÆSEÁ/
/riÆœlEti ti…"vi… ÆSEÁ/
/"sEÁp ÆÅprE/
l'actualité, les informations
jeu quiz
émission de télé-réalité
feuilleton sentimental
The Simpsons is a cartoon programme.
During a chat show an interviewer talks to different guests, who are
usually famous people.
Desperate Housewives is a type of comedy drama.
A documentary programme is about a particular subject such as animals
or history.
During a game show people play games or answer questions in order to
win prizes.
You watch the news to find out what is happening in the world.
A quiz show tests your general knowledge.
A reality TV show is based on real people and what they do in life.
A soap opera is a programme about the lives of a group of people and is
usually on twice or three times a week.
Bree is a character in Desperate Housewives.
If a programme contains humour, it makes you laugh.
TV PROGRAMMES
Unit 15 (p. 100)
adventurous (adj)
experienced (adj)
/Ed"ventS“E‘rEs/
/Ik"spIEriEnst/
great (adj)
/greIt/
aventureux
expérimenté, qui a de
l’expérience
fameux, magnifique
historical (adj) (TS)
/hI"stÅrIk“E‘l/
historique
overland (adj)
wild (adj)
/"EÁvElœnd/
/waIld/
sur terre
sauvage
What’s the most adventurous holiday you’ve ever had?
The people at International Travel Magazine are all experienced travellers.
To celebrate our 15th birthday, we’ve written a list of fifteen great places
to visit.
I love historical places – I’ve been to Petra in Jordan and The Great Wall
of China.
Adventure World Travel organise overland adventure trips.
Wild places are places such as deserts or jungles.
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adventure trip (n)
continent (n)
crew (n)
desert (n) (TS)
environment (n)
experience (n)
group (n)
honeymoon (n) (TS)
journey (n)
list (n)
memory (n)
passion (n)
play (n)
postcard (n)
secondary school (n)
/Ed"ventSE ÆtrIp/
/"kÅntInEnt/
/kru…/
/"dezEt/
/In"vaIrEnmEnt/
/Ik"spIEriEns/
/gru…p/
/"hØniÆmu…n/
/"dZ∏…ni/
/lIst/
/"mem“E‘ri/
/"pœS“E‘n/
/pleI/
/"pEÁstkA…d/
/"sekEndri Æsku…l/
sex (n)
situation (n)
traveller (n)
trip (n) (TS)
truck (n)
wedding (n)
ask (v)
celebrate (v)
/seks/
/ÆsItSu"eIS“E‘n/
/"trœv“E‘lE/
/trIp/
/trØk/
/"wedIN/
/A…sk/
/"selEÆbreIt/
respect (v)
I’ve been to …
/rI"spekt/
/aIv "bi…n tu…/
Have you ever been to …?
/Æhœv ju… ÆevE "bi…n tu…/
Adventure World Travel organise overland adventure trips.
Africa, Asia and Europe are all continents.
Our crew have a passion for travel.
Ben loves deserts but he hasn’t been to the Sahara yet.
We respect the environment of the countries we visit.
Adventure World Travel has thirty years of experience.
Our groups are a mix of sexes, nationalities and jobs.
Steve wants to go to Hawaii for his honeymoon.
What’s the longest journey you’ve ever made?
Enjoy our list of fifteen great places to visit.
What is your best memory of your friend?
Our crew have a passion for travel.
Have you ever seen a play by Shakespeare?
Don’t forget to send us a postcard!
A secondary school is for students between the age of 11 and 16 or 11
and 18.
Our groups are a mix of sexes, nationalities and jobs.
I explained the situation to them.
Most of our travellers are between 18 and 50.
I haven’t been to the Sahara yet – that’s my next trip.
A truck is a large, strong vehicle for carrying people or things.
“They’re getting married.” “Are you going to the wedding?”
We are asking people to tell us about their “places of a lifetime”.
To celebrate our 15th birthday, we’ve written a list of fifteen great places
to visit.
respecter
We respect the environment of the countries we visit.
j’ai été, je me suis rendu à… “I’ve been to Hawaii” means that you have visited Hawaii at some time
in your life.
Avez-vous/As-tu déjà été à… Have you ever been to Paris?
/"mi…diEm/
/ÆnÅnÆsmEÁkiN/
à point
non-fumeur
voyage d’aventure
continent
équipe
désert
environnement
expérience
groupes
lune de miel
voyage
liste
souvenir
passion
pièce (de théâtre)
carte postale
collège, lycée, école
secondaire
sexe
situation
voyageur
voyage
camion
mariage
demander
fêter, célébrer
MENUS
medium (adj)
non-smoking (adj)
“How would you like your steak?” “Medium.”
A non-smoking table is a table in an area where people cannot smoke.
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rare (adj)
smoking (adj)
apple pie (n)
ice cream (n)
liver pâté (n)
main course (n)
mineral water (n)
prawn (n)
red wine (n)
salmon (n)
starter (n)
/reE/
/"smEÁkIN/
/Æœpl ÆpaI/
/ÆaIs "kri…m/
/ÆlIvE "pœteI/
/"meIn ÆkO…s/
/"mInrEl ÆwO…tE/
/prO…n/
/Æred "waIn/
/"sœmEn/
/"stA…tE/
saignant
fumeur
tarte aux pommes
glace, crème glacée
pâté de foie
plat principal
eau minérale
crevette (grosse)
vin rouge
saumon
entrée
A rare steak has been cooked for only a short time and is red inside.
A smoking table is a table in an area where people can smoke.
An apple pie is a popular dessert in Britain.
“Do you like ice cream?” “Yes, I love it.”
Liver pâté is a popular starter, especially in France.
I’ll have spaghetti bolognese for my main course.
A bottle of mineral water, please.
Prawns are a type of seafood.
Do you prefer red wine or white wine?
Salmon is a type of pink fish.
A starter is a dish you have at the beginning of a meal.
Unit 16 (p. 112)
spectacular (adj)
/spek"tœkjÁlE/
bridge (n)
building (n)
church (n) (TS)
drive (n)
field (n)
hot springs (n pl) (TS)
/brIdZ/
/"bIldIN/
/tS∏…tS/
/draIv/
/fi…ld/
/ÆhÅt "sprINz/
kangaroo (n)
koala (n)
lighthouse (n)
/ÆkœngE"ru…/
/kEÁ"A…lE/
/"laItÆhaÁs/
map (n) (TS)
motorway café (n)
/mœp/
/ÆmEÁtEweI "kœfeI/
rainforest (n)
/"reInÆfÅrIst/
spectaculaire, impressionnant Jack believes that his drive to work is the most spectacular drive in the
world.
pont
Go over the bridge.
bâtiment, immeuble
What kind of buildings do you go past on your way to work?
église
Our house is opposite the church.
trajet en voiture
Siriwan lives in Bangkok and has a terrible drive to work.
champ
There are lots of green fields and hills in Tuscany.
sources chaudes
There are hot springs in Saturnia so we parked near a waterfall and went
swimming.
kangourou
He sees kangaroos and koalas in the National Park.
koala
He sees kangaroos and koalas in the National Park.
phare
You can see the Cape Otway lighthouse in the photo at the beginning of
Unit 16.
carte
I drove and Julia read the map.
A motorway café is a place on a motorway where you stop to eat and drink.
café sur l’autoroute,
restaurant autoroutier
A rainforest is a forest in a tropical area where it rains a lot.
forêt tropicale
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rainy season (n)
/"reIni Æsi…z“E‘n/
saison des pluies
roundabout (n)
scenery (n)
tent (n)
tourist (n)
traffic jam (n)
waterfall (n)
make money
cycle (v)
/"raÁndEÆbaÁt/
/"si…nEri/
/tent/
/"tÁErIst/
/"trœfIk ÆdZœm/
/"wO…tEÆfO…l/
/ÆmeIk "mØni/
/"saIk“E‘l/
rond-point
paysage, vue
tente
touriste
embouteillage, bouchon
chute d’eau, cascade
gagner de l’argent
aller à bicyclette
/"gEÁ ÆdaÁn/
/ÆgEÁ streIt "Ån/
/ÆgEÁ tE Di… "end Ev/
/Ån DE "left/"raIt/
descendre…
continuer tout droit
aller au bout de…, à la fin
de…
à gauche/droite
prendre la première/seconde
rue…
tourner à droite/gauche
Go down London Road and turn right.
Go straight on and take the first turning on the left.
Go to the end of New Street and turn right.
à travers
le long (de)
bas (en bas)
dans (à l’intérieur)
hors de (à l’extérieur de)
sur, par dessus, au-dessus
au delà de
à travers
vers le haut
Go across the street.
I drive along the Great Ocean Road every day on my way to work.
She went down the stairs carefully.
We usually go into the city centre by bus.
I saw him coming out of his apartment.
Go over the bridge.
I go past the museum on my way to work.
Jack drives through rainforest on his way to work.
Go up the hill.
In tropical countries the rainy season is the part of the year when it rains
a lot.
A roundabout is a circular area where three or more roads meet.
Tuscany is so beautiful – the scenery is gorgeous.
Heinz usually sleeps in a tent.
Thousands of tourists visit the Great Ocean Road every year.
“We have terrible traffic jams in Bangkok,” says Siriwan.
Jack drives through rainforest and past waterfalls.
Heinz makes money by selling postcards of his trip.
At the moment Heinz is cycling along the south coast of England.
DIRECTIONS
Go down …
Go straight on.
Go to the end of …
on the left/right
Take the first/second
turning …
Turn right/left.
/ÆteIk DE Æf∏…st/ÆsekEnd "t∏…nIN/
/Æt∏…n "raIt/"left/
Take the first turning on the left.
Take the second turning on the right.
Go down Abingdon Road and turn left.
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT
across (prep)
along (prep)
down (prep)
into (prep)
out of (prep)
over (prep)
past (prep)
through (prep)
up (prep)
/E"krÅs/
/E"lÅN/
/daÁn/
/"Intu…/
/"aÁt ÆEv/
/"EÁvE/
/pA…st/
/Tru…/
/Øp/
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Review D (p. 112)
blind (adj)
busy (adj)
daily (adj)
live (adj)
single (adj)
strong (adj)
recently (adv)
air (n)
baker (n)
business (n)
climb (v)
dentist (n)
details (n pl)
distance (n)
dream (n)
fact (n)
firefighter (n)
hard work (n)
helicopter (n)
learn (v)
/blaInd/
/"bIzi/
/"deIli/
/laIv/
/"sINg“E‘l/
/strÅN/
/"ri…sEntli/
/eE/
/"beIkE/
/"bIznEs/
/klaIm/
/"dentIst/
/"di…teIlz/
/"dIstEns/
/dri…m/
/fœkt/
/"faIEÆfaItE/
/ÆhA…d "w∏…k/
/"helIÆkÅptE/
/l∏…n/
aveugle
occupé
quotidien
ici: actif
seul, unique
fort
récemment
air
boulanger
affaire
escalader
dentiste
détails
distance
rêve
fait, réalité
pompier
travail difficile, dur
hélicoptère
apprendre
nature (n)
noodle soup (n)
organisation (n)
step (n)
volcano (n)
feel bad
/"neItSE/
/Ænu…d“E‘l "su…p/
/ÆO…gEnaI"zeIS“E‘n/
/step/
/vÅl"keInEÁ/
/Æfi…l "bœd/
nature
soupe de nouilles
organisation
pas
volcan
se sentir mal
Jasmine Smith can’t see – she’s been blind all her life.
I never sleep at night – I’m always busy thinking of new ideas!
A daily event is something that happens every day.
Have you ever seen a live volcano?
Blind Hope has big plans. Every journey starts with a single step.
Mike says he is strong and can do building work.
The news tells you what’s happened recently in the world.
I felt bad and needed some air.
Mike was a firefighter but is now a baker.
Mike started his own business making bread and cakes.
Jasmine would like to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
How often do you go to the dentist?
Visit our website to find out more details.
What’s the longest distance you’ve ever travelled?
When I woke up, I didn’t know if it was all a dream or not.
When you watch a nature documentary, you learn facts about nature.
Mike was a firefighter but is now a baker.
Working for Blind Hope is a serious job, and it’s hard work.
Have you ever flown in a helicopter?
You learn facts about people, history or nature when you watch a
documentary.
When you watch a nature documentary, you learn facts about nature.
Andy is sitting in a small café in Tokyo eating noodle soup.
Jasmine started the organisation Blind Hope to help blind children.
Blind Hope has big plans. Every journey starts with a single step.
Have you ever seen a live volcano?
I felt bad and needed some air.
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Unit 3 Possession
Grammar Extra
Pronom sujet
Adjectif possessif
Unit 1 Noms
Formes régulières
Singulier
a book
a toothbrush
a diary
Formes irrégulières
Pluriel
books
toothbrushes
diaries
Orthographe
Ajouter s.
Ajouter es après ch, sh, s, x.
Ajouter ies après une
consonne + y.
Singulier
a person
a child
a man
a woman
Pluriel
people
children
men
women
a or an? On emploie a devant un son consonantique : a book, a key. On emploie an
devant un son vocalique : an apple, an aspirin.
this or these? On emploie this pour se référer à un nom singulier. ‘What’s this?’ ‘It’s a book.
On emploie these pour se référer à un nom pluriel. ‘What are these?’ ‘They’re books.’
Négatif
Question
I’m (am)
German.
You/We/They’re
(are) French.
I’m not Polish.
You/We/They
aren’t (are not)
Spanish.
He/She/It isn’t (is
not) American.
He/She/It’s (is)
English.
Am I Russian?
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I am.
Réponse courte
No
No, I’m not.
Are you/we/
they Italian?
Yes, you/we/
they are.
No, you/we/they
aren’t.
Is he/she/it
Scottish?
Yes, he/she/it is.
No, he/she/it
isn’t.
you
your
he
his
she
her
it
its
we
our
they
their
On utilise le même adjectif possessif au singulier et au pluriel. Our family / Our friends (ET
NON Ours friends)
On utilise his pour un homme et her pour une femme. Bill and his wife = Bill’s wife.
Hillary and her husband = Hillary’s husband.
Génitif ’s ou s’? On emploie ’s pour une personne. My brother’s school / My brother’s
friends (= I have one brother.)
On emploie s’ pour plus d’une personne. My brothers’ school / My brothers’ friends (= I have
two brothers.)
Unit 4 Présent simple (present simple)
Unit 2 be: présent simple (present simple)
Affirmatif
I
my
Affirmatif
Négatif
I/You/We/They
work.
I/You/We/They
don´t (do not)
work.
He/She/It
doesn´t (does
not) work.
He/She/It works.
Question
Réponse courte
Yes
Do I/you/we/they Yes, I/you/we/
work?
they do.
Réponse courte
No
No, I/you/we/
they don’t.
Does he/she/it
work?
No, he/she/it
doesn’t.
Yes, he/she/it
does.
À la forme interrogative on place do / does devant le sujet. Do you work in a school? (ET
NON You work in a school?)
Conjugaison he/she/it terminaisons verbales
À la forme interrogative be se place avant le sujet : Are you German? / Is Brad Pitt from
London? (ET NON You are German? / Brad Pitt is from London?)
On ajoute s après la plupart des verbes: live – lives, play – plays, work – works
On ajoute es après ch, sh, s, x: watch – watches, finish – finishes
On supprime y et on ajoute ies aux verbes qui se terminent par une consonne
+ y: study– studies
Formes irrégulières: do – does, go – goes, have – has
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Unit 5 Heure
Unit 8 Prétérit (formes affirmative, négative et interrogative)
On peut demander What time is it? ou What’s the time?
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
On utilise It’s + heure pour répondre à la question. It’s six o’clock.
I/You/He/She/
It/We/They
worked.
I/You/He/She/It/
We/They didn´t
(did not) work.
Did I/you/he/
she/it/we/they
work?
On utilise at + heure pour dire à quelle heure on fait quelque chose.
I get up at half past seven (or seven thirty).
I go to bed at eleven fifteen (or quarter past eleven).
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I/you/he/she/
it/we/they did.
Réponse courte
No
No, I/you/he/she/
it/we/they didn’t.
À la forme interrogative, on place Did avant le sujet. Did you go shopping? (ET NON You
went shopping?)
Unit 6 Adverbes de temps
100%
always
0%
usually
often
sometimes
hardly ever
be On n’emploie pas Did avec be. Were you at home yesterday? (ET NON Did you be at
home yesterday?)
never
Unit 9 there is / there are; some / any
On place les adverbes de temps devant un verbe principal. I always have coffee for breakfast.
(ET NON I have always coffee …) He doesn’t usually drink beer. (ET NON He doesn’t drink
usually beer.)
Affirmatif
Singulier There’s (is) a
sofa.
Pluriel
There
are some
pictures.
be On place les adverbes de temps après be (am/are/is). She’s always happy. (ET NON
She always is happy.)
Unit 7 Prétérit (past simple): formes affirmatives
Affirmatif
I/you/he/she/it/we/they worked,
played, went, had, etc.
Il n’y a qu’une seule forme de prétérit pour chaque
verbe (sauf be).
On ajoute ed aux verbes réguliers (voir ci-dessous). Pour
les verbes irréguliers voir page 143.
Conjugaison des verbes réguliers
Négatif
Question
There isn’t (is
not) a carpet.
There aren’t
(are not) any
mirrors.
Is there a
doctor?
Are there any
hotels?
Réponse
courte Yes
Yes, there is.
Réponse
courte No
No, there
isn’t.
Yes, there are. No, there
aren’t.
On utilise there is ou there are pour dire que quelque chose ou quelqu’un existe.
Avec des pluriels on utilise some dans les phrases affirmatives quand on ne veut pas donner
un nombre exact. There are some people.
Avec des pluriels on utilise any dans les phrases négatives et interrogatives. There aren’t any
bars. Are there any hotels?
Ajouter ed / d après la plupart des verbes : work – worked, demonstrate – demonstrated
Supprimer y et ajouter ied aux verbes terminés par une consonne + y : study – studied, try
– tried
Rajouter la consonne + ed aux verbes terminés par une voyelle + une consonne : stop
– stopped, plan – planned
be be à deux formes au passé: I/he/she/it was
you/we/they were
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Unit 10 Noms comptables et noms non-comptables
Forme affirmative
Noms comptables
singulier
pluriel
a melon
two melons
a grape
some grapes
Formes négative et interrogative:
Noms comptables
How many apples are there?
There are a lot. ● ● ● ● ●
There aren’t many. ● ●
There aren’t any.
Unit 12 Adjectifs comparatifs et superlatifs
Noms non-comptables
some milk (ET NON one milk)
some pasta (ET NON three pastas)
How many. …? / How much …?
Noms non-comptables
How much cheese is there?
There’s a lot.
There isn’t much.
There isn’t any.
On emploie a lot (of) dans les phrases affirmatives. I eat a lot of bread. I meet a lot of people.
On emploie much/many dans les phrases négatives et interrogatives: I don’t drink much tea. I
don’t read many books.
Do you eat much / many sweets?
Unit 11 Présent continu (present continuous)
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
I’m (am)
working.
I’m not (am not) Am I working?
working.
You/We/They’re
(are) working.
You/We/They
aren’t (are not)
working.
He/She/It’s (is)
working.
He/She/It isn’t (is Is he/she/it
not) working.
working?
Are you/we/they
working?
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I am.
Adjectif
Comparatif
Superlatif
old nice
older nicer
big
bigger
the oldest
the nicest
the biggest
happy
happier
the happiest
Adjectifs irréguliers
good bad
far
better worse
further
Adjectifs longs: ajouter more / the
most
interesting
more
interesting
the best
the worst
the furthest
the most
interesting
Adjectifs courts: ajouter er/est
Adjectifs finissant par une consonne
ou e
Adjectifs finissant par une voyelle +
une consonne
Adjectifs finissant par y
Réponse courte
No
No, I’m not.
Yes, you/we/
they are.
No, you/we/they
aren’t.
Yes, he/she/it is.
No, he/she/it
isn’t.
On utilise des adjectifs comparatifs pour comparer des personnes/choses avec d’autres
personnes/choses. China is bigger than India. Gold is more valuable than silver.
On utilise des adjectifs superlatifs pour comparer des personnes/choses avec toutes les autres
personnes/choses de leur groupe. Russia is the biggest country. Platinum is the most valuable
metal.
Unit 13 can
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
I/You/He/She/
It/We/They can
swim.
I/You/He/She/It/
We/They can’t
(cannot) swim.
Can I/you/he/
she/it/ we/they
swim?
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I/you/he/
she/it/we/they
can.
Réponse courte
No
No, I/you/he/she/
it/we/they can’t.
On utilise can pour parler de capacité. On place can devant le sujet à la forme interrogative.
Can you swim? (ET NON You can swim?)
can + infinitif sans to On n'utilise pas to après can. I can swim. (ET NON I can to swim.)
On emploie le présent continu pour parler d’activités en train de se dérouler maintenant.
Conjugaison : formes en ing
Supprimer e et ajouter ing pour les verbes qui se terminent par e: have – having, make
– making
Rajouter une consonne + ing pour les verbes qui se terminent par une voyelle accentuée +
une consonne: run – running, stop – stopping
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Unit 14 (be) going to
Unit 16 Révision des temps
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
I’m (am) going
to come.
You/We/They’re
(are) going to
come.
I’m not (am not)
going to come.
You/We/They’re
not (are not)
going to come.
Am I going to
come?
Are you/we/they
going to come?
He/She/It’s (is)
going to come.
He/She/It isn’t
(is not) going to
come.
Is he/she/it
going to come?
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I am.
Réponse courte
No
No, I’m not.
Yes, you/we/
they are.
No, you/we/they
aren’t.
Yes, he/she/it is.
No, he/she/it
isn’t.
Temps
Utilisation
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
Présent simple
(present
simple)
Prétérit
(past simple)
Faits /
habitudes /
routines
Action
terminée à un
moment précis
passé
He works.
He doesn’t
work.
Does he work?
She worked
yesterday.
She didn’t
work
yesterday.
Did she work
yesterday?
Présent continu
(present
continuous)
Activités qui
se déroulent
au moment où
l’on parle
They’re
working now.
They aren’t
working now.
Are they
working now?
Futur (be)
going to
Projets et
intentions dans
le futur
We’re going
to work
tomorrow.
We aren’t
going to work
tomorrow.
Are we going
to work
tomorrow?
Passé composé
(present
perfect)
Action
terminée au
moment où
l’on parle
It’s worked
recently.
It hasn’t
worked
recently.
Has it worked
recently?
On emploie (be) going to pour parler de projets et intentions dans le futur.
Unit 15 Présent perfect (present perfect)
Affirmatif
Négatif
Question
Have I/you/we/
they worked?
Réponse courte
Yes
Yes, I/you/we/
they have.
Réponse courte
No
No, I/you/we/
they haven’t.
I/You/We/
They’ve (have)
worked.
I/You/We/They
haven’t (have
not) worked.
He/She/It’s (has)
worked.
He/She/It hasn’t
(has not)
worked.
Has he/she/it
worked?
Yes, he/she/it
has.
No, he/she/it
hasn’t.
Pour former le passé composé on utilise have/has + participe passé. (Pour les verbes
irréguliers voir page 143.)
On emploie le passé composé pour parler d’actions terminées quand on parle. On n’insiste
pas sur quand.
ever = at any time in your life.
been been est le participe passé de be, mais on peut aussi l’utiliser comme participe
passé de go. Comparer:
1 He’s been to Rome. = He went and came back.
2 He’s gone to Rome. = He went and is in Rome now.
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