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ENGLISH
レベル 4
英語
Stufe 4
Level 4
ENGLISCH
ENGLISH
(アメリカ)
(AMERIKANISCH)
(AMERICAN)
단계 4
Livello 4
Nivel 4
INGLESE
INGLÉS
(미국)
(AMERICANO)
(ESTADOUNIDENSE)
4级
Nível 4
Niveau 4
(AMERICANO)
(AMÉRICAIN)
영어
英语
(美国)
INGLÊS
ANGLAIS
Course Content
Contenido del curso
Contenu du cours
Kursinhalt
Contenuto del corso
Conteúdo do curso
コース内容
코스 컨텐트 북
课文
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ENGLISH
レベル 4
英語
Stufe 4
Level 4
ENGLISCH
ENGLISH
(アメリカ)
(AMERIKANISCH)
(AMERICAN)
단계 4
Livello 4
Nivel 4
INGLESE
INGLÉS
(미국)
(AMERICANO)
(ESTADOUNIDENSE)
4级
Nível 4
Niveau 4
(AMERICANO)
(AMÉRICAIN)
영어
英语
(美国)
INGLÊS
ANGLAIS
Course Content
Contenido del curso
Contenu du cours
Kursinhalt
Contenuto del corso
Conteúdo do curso
コース内容
코스 컨텐트 북
课文
Contents
Tourism and Recreation
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
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Milestone���������������������������������������������������������������������������8
Professions and Hobbies
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
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At Home and Around Town
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
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Milestone�������������������������������������������������������������������������26
Style and Personal Wellness
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
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Core Lesson���������������������������������������������������������������������33
Milestone�������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Alphabet����������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Index���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 38
1.1
Core Lesson
01 I have traveled to many countries.
These are from my sister. She’s traveling in
South America.
When she travels, she brings many suitcases.
10 This is a palace in Russia.
These ruins are in the United States.
This is a cathedral in Germany.
This castle is near the ocean.
02 They’re traveling in Asia.
I traveled to Africa in 2007.
I’m traveling by train.
11 Why are you traveling to Italy?
I’m traveling to Italy to visit ancient ruins.
Why are you traveling to India?
I’m traveling to India to visit this palace.
03 tourists
tourists
a tour guide
a tour guide
12 This magazine says that the ruins are more
than one thousand years old.
This newspaper says that the ruins are more
than one thousand years old.
This sign says that Barcelona is fifteen
kilometers from here.
Julie’s letter says that she’s fifteen kilometers
from Barcelona.
04 These tourists are visiting the temple.
These tourists are traveling in Germany.
This tour guide works at the theater.
This tour guide works at the art museum.
05 The tourists are on the bus.
The tour guide is on the bus.
The tour guide is taking a photo of the
tourists.
The tourists are taking a photo of the tour
guide.
13 The book says that you need to use a
screwdriver.
This magazine says that an American was
the first person to walk on the moon. That
happened in 1969.
This e-mail says that my friend is traveling in Japan.
06 Our family is traveling in Spain.
We’re tourists.
Yesterday, we visited a famous mosque.
This morning, we’re eating breakfast at a
cafe.
14 a
a
a
a
a
a
07 a palace
a palace
ruins
ruins
08 a
a
a
a
brochure
brochure
brochure
guidebook
guidebook
website
15 Where should we go today?
Let’s go to the palace.
Let’s go to the ruins.
Let’s go to the cathedral.
cathedral
cathedral
castle
castle
16 We can’t go to the cathedral. The brochure
says that it’s closed today.
Let’s not go to the palace. The guidebook
says that it’s very expensive.
This website says that it’s going to rain. Let’s
not go to the ruins.
09 This famous Russian palace is blue.
These ruins are in the rain forest.
The boy is taking a photo of the cathedral.
Many tourists visit this castle.
1
1.1
Continued
17 The website says that this museum is open
on Tuesdays.
The guidebook says that the museum is not
very expensive.
Let’s go to the museum.
25 Can I have a brochure?
Here you go.
We would like two tickets, please.
Here you go.
26 The tourists are on a tour of the ruins.
The tourists are on a tour of the cathedral.
The tourists are on a tour of a castle.
18 How much does it cost to get in to the zoo?
It costs ten dollars.
Here you go.
27 Do you have tours of the museum?
Yes. We have tours of the museum.
When does the next tour begin?
The next tour begins in twenty minutes.
19 How much does it cost to get in to the
palace?
It costs seventeen dollars.
How much does it cost to get in to the castle?
It costs twenty dollars.
28 Hello, my name is Alejo. I’m your tour guide
today.
Welcome to the museum.
On our tour today, I’m going to teach you
about Spain’s history.
Please ask a lot of questions.
20 What are the palace’s hours today?
The palace’s hours are from 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.
What are the bank’s hours today?
The bank’s hours are from 10:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.
What are the library’s hours today?
The library’s hours are from 9:30 a.m. to
9:00 p.m.
21 the
the
the
the
the
hours
phone number
address
website
e-mail address
22 What are the museum’s hours?
The museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. today.
How much does it cost to get in to the
museum?
It costs twelve euros for adults and eight
euros for those under sixteen.
23 How much does it cost to get in to the
palace?
It costs seventeen dollars.
Here you go.
24 We have two adults and two under sixteen.
Forty euros, please.
Here you go.
Thank you.
2
1.2
Core Lesson
01 He’s hiking with his dog.
The mother and her sons are hiking in the
mountains.
The children are going snorkeling.
The girl is snorkeling.
09 It’s
It’s
It’s
It’s
Friday night. He’s having fun.
Monday morning. He’s bored.
Tuesday morning. She’s bored.
Tuesday afternoon. She’s having fun.
10 This
This
This
This
02 He’s hiking in the woods.
She’s hiking in the mountains.
The family is snorkeling.
The boy is snorkeling.
boy is bored.
boy is having fun.
girl is having fun.
girl is bored.
11 Did you have fun cross-country skiing?
Yes, I had fun cross-country skiing!
Did you have fun sledding?
No, I didn’t have fun sledding.
03 sledding
sledding
sledding
ice-skating
ice-skating
cross-country skiing
12 He’s riding a bicycle.
I’m riding a motorcycle.
They’re on a sailboat.
I’m in a rowboat.
04 The mother and her daughter are ice-skating.
The family is sledding.
The men are cross-country skiing.
13 They like rowboats. They’re having fun.
I don’t like hiking. I’m bored.
He likes motorcycles. He’s having fun.
I don’t like cross-country skiing. I’m bored.
05 hiking
snorkeling
sledding
ice-skating
riding
cross-country skiing
14 They’re going fishing.
He’s fishing.
I went fishing.
15 She’s fishing from a sailboat.
He’s fishing in a rowboat.
They’re fishing on a motorboat.
06 What do you want to do today?
I want to go sledding.
I want to go hiking.
I want to go cross-country skiing.
I want to go ice-skating.
16 It’s
It’s
It’s
It’s
07 I don’t want to go hiking because it’s
snowing.
I don’t want to go sledding.
We can’t go ice-skating because the lake isn’t
frozen.
I don’t want to go cross-country skiing.
Let’s go cross-country skiing!
Let’s go sledding!
too loud to read.
loud in the stadium.
quiet in libraries.
very quiet in the woods.
17 Bicycles are quiet.
Motorcycles are loud.
These motorboats are very loud.
Fishing in a rowboat is quiet.
18 Sometimes
Sometimes
Sometimes
Sometimes
08 The tourists are having fun in Mexico.
The business people are bored.
He’s having fun with his friends.
We’re bored.
19 Be quiet.
Be quiet.
Be quiet.
3
it’s
it’s
it’s
it’s
quiet in churches.
loud in churches.
quiet in airports.
loud in airports.
1.2
20 Be
Be
Be
Be
1.3
Continued
quiet.
quiet.
quiet.
quiet.
The baby is sleeping.
No talking in the library.
The movie is beginning.
I’m talking on the phone.
Core Lesson
01 He’s painting a bowl.
She’s painting in the park.
He is drawing a castle.
I draw tourists.
21 They’re hiking on a trail.
She’s riding a horse on a trail.
The tourists are at a festival.
The band is playing at a festival.
02 I like to paint people.
I like to draw plants.
An Italian painted this ceiling.
She’s drawing a face.
22 He’s hiking on a trail in the mountains.
The trail is two kilometers long.
This -+en are wearing costumes for a festival.
03 She’s drawing the flowers.
She’s painting two people in a rowboat.
He’s drawing a man in a rowboat.
He’s painting the flowers.
23 How far is it to the lake?
The lake is two miles from here.
How far is it to the festival?
The festival is twelve miles from here.
How far is it to the ruins?
The ruins are only one mile from here.
04 This is a photo of a horse.
This is a painting of a horse.
This is a sculpture of a horse.
05 a
a
a
a
24 Is the palace far?
The palace is less than a mile from here.
Is the ocean far?
Yes, the ocean is far. It’s fifteen miles from here.
red sculpture
blue sculpture
sculpture of a hand
sculpture of a foot
06 an eighteenth-century sculpture
a seventeenth-century map
fourteenth-century music
first-century ruins
25 How do I get to the lake?
Take this trail for one and a half miles.
Turn right when you see a green sign.
Take that trail to the lake.
07 When was this painted?
It was painted in the nineteenth century.
When was this drawn?
It was drawn in the fifteenth century.
26 How do I get to the temple?
Take Silom Street for one mile.
Turn left on Naret Street.
Take Naret Street for half a mile. The temple
will be on your left.
08 This
This
This
This
27 Do you know where we are?
No, I don’t. I think we’re lost!
Excuse me, how far is it to the beach?
It’s very near. It’s only two miles to the beach.
09 a
a
a
a
28 How do you get to the beach?
Take Ogpin Street for one mile.
Turn right on Bedran Street.
The ocean will be straight ahead.
is
is
is
is
a
a
a
a
postcard
postcard
poster
poster
10 gift shop
gift shop
lockers
lockers
29 The son went fishing.
The daughter went snorkeling.
The parents slept at the beach.
4
fifteenth-century instrument.
twentieth-century instrument.
seventeenth-century sculpture.
twentieth-century sculpture.
11 He’s putting his backpack into a locker.
She works at the gift shop.
Someone gave me a poster!
Someone wrote me a postcard!
19 This is her favorite book. She’s read it twenty-five times.
This is his favorite toy. He sleeps with it every night.
This is his favorite chair. He always sits in it
when he reads the newspaper.
12 I’m sorry, you can’t take photos in the
museum...
...but you can buy postcards in the gift shop.
I’m sorry, you can’t eat in the museum...
...but you can eat in the cafe.
I’m sorry, you can’t carry a backpack in the
museum...
...but there are lockers near the bathroom.
20 Would you like to meet my family?
This is my sister.
She’s listening to her favorite singer.
This is my mother.
She’s watching her favorite movie.
21 This is my father.
He’s watching his favorite team.
My name is James...
...and this is my favorite food!
13 I want to see the sculptures.
I’m going to the gift shop.
I want to see the fifteenth-century paintings.
I’m going to find a locker.
22 What’s your favorite team?
The Tigers are my favorite team!
What’s your favorite color?
Pink is my favorite color.
14 He’s showing his elbow to his mother.
She’s showing her arm to her daughter.
She’s showing the dress to her husband.
She’s showing her painting to her father.
23 I was going to ride my motorcycle...
...but I’m going to drive my car instead.
You shouldn’t eat that before dinner.
Eat this banana instead.
15 I finished a painting yesterday.
Really? Please show me.
I bought a dog today!
Show me!
24 I was going to draw the cathedral...
...but I took a photo instead.
I was going to paint an apple...
...but I ate it instead!
16 Will you show me the postcards you bought?
They’re postcards of the fifteenth-century
paintings.
Will you show me the poster you bought?
It’s a poster of a twentieth-century sculpture.
25 I can’t take photos in the museum...
...so I’ll buy postcards instead.
I can’t eat this here...
...so I’m going to eat it in the cafe instead.
I can’t carry the backpack into the museum...
...so I’ll put it in a locker instead.
17 Horses are her favorite type of animal.
Dogs are his favorite type of animal.
Guitars are my favorite type of instrument.
Pianos are my favorite type of instrument.
18 She has taught art for twenty-five years.
She’s taught art for twenty-five years.
She has already drunk a third of the milk.
She’s already drunk a third of the milk.
He has taken his shirt out of the box.
He’s taken his shirt out of the box.
He has been playing golf for ten years.
He’s been playing golf for ten years.
26 It was too cold to go snorkeling, so we went
fishing instead.
It’s raining and we can’t go hiking, so we’re
watching television instead.
I can’t go ice-skating, so let’s watch a movie
instead.
5
1.3
1.4
Continued
27 What was your favorite painting in the
museum?
My favorite painting was a twentieth-century
painting.
My favorite painting was an eighteenthcentury painting.
My favorite painting was a twentieth-century
painting.
Core Lesson
01 The students are following their teacher.
The baby ducks are following their mother.
The tourists are following their tour guide.
02 Excuse me, where is the swimming pool?
Follow me.
Excuse me, where are the nineteenth-century
French paintings?
Follow me.
28 I’m going to buy a poster of my favorite
painting.
I thought you were going to buy a poster!
The poster was too expensive, so I bought
postcards instead.
03 How many people to be seated?
A table for two, please.
Follow me.
How many people to be seated?
A table for one, please.
Follow me.
29 What are you going to do today?
I want to paint something like this.
What are your favorite colors?
My favorite colors are yellow, green, and blue.
04 How many people to be seated?
A table for three, please.
Follow me.
How many people to be seated?
A table for four, please.
Follow me.
30 I was going to paint something that looks like
this eighteenth-century painting...
...but painting is very difficult for me.
Instead of an eighteenth-century painting, it
looks more like a twentieth-century painting.
05 Good evening. How many people to be
seated?
Good evening. We would like a table for four,
please.
Please follow me.
06 a
a
a
a
a
a
menu
menu
menu
bill
bill
tip
07 She needs glasses to read the menu.
He’s paying the bill.
The tip is on the table.
08 What would you like to order?
I would like the salad, please.
What would you like to order?
I would like the soup, please.
Here’s your salad...
...and here’s your soup.
6
09 Are you ready to order?
Yes, I would like the pasta, please.
Are you ready to order?
Yes, I would like the chicken, please.
10 a
a
a
a
a
a
17 seafood
seafood
seafood
pork
pork
lamb
bottle
bottle
bottle
can
can
glass
18 seafood with sauce
seafood without sauce
pork without sauce
pork with sauce
lamb with sauce
lamb without sauce
11 a glass of soda
a can of soda
a bottle of soda
19 Would you like it for here or to go?
I would like it for here, please.
Would you like it for here or to go?
I would like it to go, please.
12 Here are your menus.
Thank you.
Would you like to order something to drink?
Four bottles of water, please.
20 For here or to go?
To go, please.
For here or to go?
For here, please.
13 What did she order to drink?
She ordered a bottle of water.
What did he order to drink?
He ordered a can of soda.
21 Would you like it for here or to go?
We would like it to go, please.
Would you like it for here or to go?
We would like it for here, please.
14 mushrooms
mushrooms
mushrooms
onions
onions
garlic
22 What would you like to order?
I would like to order a bottle of water.
I would like to order a can of soda.
I would like to order seafood with garlic
sauce.
I would like to order the lamb with tomatoes
and onions.
15 a living room without a couch
a house without windows
a menu without words
a plate without food
a pizza with mushrooms
sandwiches with onions
water with lemon
bread with garlic and butter
23 Do you have any questions?
What’s your favorite soup here?
I like the vegetable soup. It’s spicy, but very
good.
Thank you. I would like to order that.
16 beef with sauce
pasta with sauce
mushrooms with sauce
24 What would you like to order?
I would like to order the pasta with seafood.
I would like to order the pizza with
mushrooms.
I would like to order the lamb with tomatoes
and onions.
I would like to order the pork with rice and
beans.
7
1.4
1.5
Continued
25 How does the pork taste?
The pork tastes good, thank you.
How does the pizza taste?
The pizza tastes very good, thank you.
Milestone
01 What would you like to do today?
I would like to go on a tour of the city.
02 Good morning.
Good morning.
26 How does the lamb taste?
The lamb tastes good, thank you.
How does the pasta taste?
The pasta tastes good, thank you.
03 Are you the tour guide?
Yes, I’m the tour guide.
04 What are you going to show us today?
Today I’m going to show you the most
interesting buildings in the city.
27 Are you ready for the bill now?
Yes. I would like the bill, please.
Are you ready for the bill now?
Yes. We would like the bill, please.
05 This was the palace of one of our country’s
most famous kings.
The palace gardens are beautiful.
28 I hope you liked your dinner.
Would you like to order dessert?
No, thank you.
Are you ready for the bill?
Yes, please.
Here you go.
06 Was this palace built in the fifteenth century?
No, this palace was not built in the fifteenth
century. It was built in the sixteenth century.
07 Do you have the guidebook?
Yes, I have the guidebook.
29 How much tip should I give?
Fifteen dollars.
Okay, let’s go.
08 Are those the ruins of the ancient castle?
Yes! Those are the ruins of the ancient castle.
09 Was it built in the tenth century?
Yes, it was built in the tenth century.
10 Are there tours of the castle?
Yes, there are.
11 What are the castle’s hours?
The castle’s hours are nine o’clock to six
o’clock.
12 How much does it cost to get in to the castle?
It costs eight euros.
13 Where should we eat lunch?
Here’s a brochure for my brother’s restaurant.
14 How far is it?
It’s not far. We can walk to it.
15 How many people to be seated?
A table for two, please.
16 What would you like to order?
I would like the lamb with onions, please.
8
2.1
17 What would you like to order?
I would like the seafood with mushrooms,
please.
Core Lesson
01 hockey
hockey
hockey
basketball
basketball
baseball
18 What was your favorite place that we saw
today?
My favorite was the palace and its gardens.
02 The children are playing basketball.
His baseball team lost the game.
He hurt his knee when he was playing
basketball.
The hockey team is ice-skating.
19 What was your favorite place that we saw
today?
My favorite was the castle.
20 How does your lamb taste?
It tastes very good, thank you.
03 tennis
baseball
golf
soccer
hockey
basketball
21 How does your seafood taste?
It tastes very good, thank you.
22 Would you like the bill?
Can you repeat that, please? It’s very loud.
04 The
The
The
The
23 Would you like the bill?
Yes, I would like the bill.
24 Did you have fun this morning?
Yes, I had fun this morning.
girl is going to win the race.
baseball team won the championship.
red car is going to win the race.
basketball team won the championship.
05 My hockey team won the championship
twenty-five years ago.
The brown horse is winning the race.
I won the golf championship.
Many people run in this race every year.
25 What would you like to do this afternoon?
I would like to visit the palace gardens that
we saw!
06 The yellow team probably will not win the
game.
The yellow team probably won’t win the
game.
I will not be able to watch television tonight.
I won’t be able to watch television tonight.
If you take this medicine, you will not be sick
tomorrow.
07 If we win this game, then we’ll play in the
championship.
We’ll play in the championship.
If I win this game, then I’ll play in the
championship.
I won’t play in the championship.
9
2.1
Continued
08 The basketball player is standing near the
lockers.
The baseball player is throwing the ball.
The hockey players are ready to begin playing.
The soccer player is jumping to catch the
ball.
09 an
an
an
an
17 Welcome! My name is Mary Lou Prescott.
Our guest today is Hiro Tanaka, a baseball
player.
Last week Hiro’s team won the Japanese
Baseball Championship.
Congratulations, Hiro!
Thank you.
artist
artist
actress
actress
18 Did you learn to play baseball at school?
No, my father taught me how to play.
Baseball was his favorite hobby.
Baseball was my hobby when I was a child.
I wanted to have a job in a hospital.
10 He’s my favorite actor!
The soccer player is tired.
This artist is painting a city.
The actress is crying.
The baseball player’s clothes are dirty.
The artist is painting mushrooms.
19 Can you hear the television?
No, I can’t hear the television. It’s not loud
enough.
Can you hear it now?
Yes, I can hear it now.
11 I want to be an actor.
I want to be a hockey player.
I want to be an artist.
20 Can you hear the radio?
No, I can’t hear the radio. She’s vacuuming.
Do you hear the train?
Yes, I hear the train.
12 They’re fishing together.
He’s fishing alone.
These basketball players are playing together.
This basketball player is playing alone.
21 Can you hear me?
Can you hear me?
Yes, I can hear you.
13 The tourists are traveling together.
I’m traveling alone.
The children are drawing together.
The artist is drawing alone.
22 The cat can see the fish.
He’s touching the window.
She’s tasting rice.
He’s smelling the flower.
14 We’re going to New York City together.
I’m listening to the radio alone.
The young woman is eating alone.
We like to play the piano together.
23 She’s smelling something.
She’s touching something.
She’s tasting something.
She hears something.
She sees something.
15 Teaching is my job...
...but playing guitar is my hobby.
Playing basketball is my hobby...
...but my job is teaching people about the
history of my city.
Studying English is my hobby...
...but playing the piano is my job.
24 It’s raining, but I forgot my umbrella.
I have an idea. Let’s use a newspaper.
I need a ladder, but I don’t have one.
I have an idea! Let’s use this chair.
25 First, he had an idea for a baseball stadium.
Then, he drew a baseball stadium.
Then, people built the baseball stadium.
Now, the baseball players play in the
stadium.
16 What’s your job?
I’m a police officer.
Do you have any hobbies?
Yes. I like to ride my bicycle after work.
10
2.2
26 He had an idea.
Now he knows that it was a bad idea.
She had an idea.
Everyone thinks that it was a good idea.
Core Lesson
01 an elevator
a hallway
stairs
a restroom
an escalator
a lobby
27 Who had the idea to throw the ball in the
house?
It was my idea. I’m sorry.
It was a bad idea.
Who had the idea to make me breakfast?
It was our idea.
It was a very good idea! Thank you!
02 They’re standing on the escalators.
She’s waiting for the elevator.
The business people are meeting in the lobby.
The doctors are talking in the hallway at the
hospital.
The students are walking down the stairs.
They’re washing their hands in the restroom.
28 Playing baseball in the house is a bad idea.
It’s a good idea to wash your hands before
you eat.
Wearing a coat in the winter is a good idea.
Wearing a suit in the water is a bad idea.
03 an escalator
an elevator
a lobby
stairs
a restroom
a hallway
29 Today we are talking to the famous artist,
Benjamin Kingston.
His paintings have been in art museums in
Paris, Rome, and London.
Welcome, Benjamin.
I’m happy to be here.
04 The kitchen is on the first floor.
The bathroom is on the second floor.
The boy’s bedroom is on the third floor.
The manager’s office is on the third floor.
Their apartment is on the second floor.
The grocery store is on the first floor.
30 Where do you get the ideas for your
paintings?
Sometimes I get ideas when I’m traveling.
Sometimes I get ideas when I listen to music.
I got the idea for this painting from a car
race.
05 The stairs go up to the fifth floor.
This escalator goes down from the second
floor to the first floor.
The elevator is on the fourth floor, but the
people are waiting on the twelfth floor.
31 How long have you been an artist?
I’ve been painting since I was young.
Do you have any hobbies?
Yes, I play basketball on Saturdays.
Thank you for talking to me today, Benjamin.
You’re welcome!
06 Excuse me. Where is Ms. Feldmann’s new office?
It’s on the third floor.
Where is the elevator?
In the hallway.
Thank you.
You’re welcome.
07 This woman designs dresses.
Someone designed a house on this napkin.
This man designs gardens.
08 These engineers design airplanes.
These engineers design bridges.
These architects design office buildings.
This architect designs houses.
11
2.2
Continued
09 The receptionist works on the first floor.
The architect’s office is on the fifth floor.
The engineers work on the eleventh floor.
17 Would you like to meet me for lunch?
Yes, I would. What time would you like to
meet?
Let’s meet at 12:30. Where would you like to
eat?
There’s a restaurant on the fourth floor of my
office building. Let’s eat there.
10 These men are engineers.
This woman is an architect.
These women are receptionists.
This man is a receptionist.
11 The architect is presenting her idea for the
hotel.
The doctor is presenting his new medicine.
The engineer is presenting his idea for a
faster airplane.
18 I have an appointment with my manager at
10:00.
He has a date with his girlfriend at 5:00.
You have an appointment with Mr. Clancy at
2:00.
She has a date with her boyfriend at 8:00.
12 What are you going to present today?
Today I’m going to present my idea for an
inexpensive laptop computer.
Who designed this computer?
My manager and I did it together.
19 I’m sorry, Henry. I’m not able to meet you for
lunch.
There’s an important appointment that I
forgot about.
That’s okay. We can meet tomorrow instead.
13 The students are designing a car.
The students are presenting their idea for a
car to the teacher.
The engineers are designing a motorcycle.
The engineers are presenting their idea for a
motorcycle to their manager.
20 He has an appointment with an architect.
He has a date with an architect.
She has an appointment with an engineer.
She has a date with an engineer.
21 I take my medicine every day at breakfast.
She watches the news every evening at six.
They go to church every Sunday morning.
They go on vacation every six months - once
in January and once in June.
14 This painting was painted by Leonardo da
Vinci.
This book was written by Naomi Clark.
This pie was made by my mother.
This toy was designed for babies.
These shoes were designed for basketball
players.
This bicycle was designed for two people.
22 I go to the grocery store every Wednesday.
I use the elevator every day, because my
office is on the fourteenth floor.
I celebrate my birthday every year.
15 This train was designed by a team of
Japanese engineers.
This photo was taken by Jeff James.
These shoes were designed for babies.
This guidebook was written for American
tourists.
23 She’s ice-skating for the first time today.
She ice-skates every day.
They’re sleeping outside for the first time
tonight.
They sleep outside every night.
24 He’s cutting his client’s hair.
He’s meeting with his client in his office.
Her clients are choosing a place to go on
vacation.
I make suits for my clients.
16 This painting was painted by Julia Baker.
It was painted for her boyfriend.
The cake was made for my birthday.
It was baked by my mother.
12
2.3
25 I’m sorry, Mrs. Fields isn’t here.
Would you like to leave a message?
Yes, please. This is Caroline Baker.
I would like to meet her at 9:00 tomorrow.
Mrs. Fields, one of your clients left a message
for you.
Thank you.
01 a
a
a
a
a
a
Core Lesson
canyon
coral reef
waterfall
river
cave
volcano
02 They’re camping near a waterfall.
No one is hiking on the volcano.
She’s snorkeling near a coral reef.
She’s hiking in a canyon.
She’s fishing in the river with her grandfather.
He found a cave when he was hiking in the
woods.
26 His friends aren’t home. He’s leaving a
message for them.
Can I leave a message for Doctor Tan?
Your client left a message for you, Mr. Anderson.
27 She’s talking to her client.
She’s talking to her employee.
The architect is presenting his idea to his
employees.
The architect is presenting his idea to his
clients.
03 He’s going to explore a cave in Antarctica.
They’re exploring a rain forest in Asia.
They’re exploring a coral reef near Australia.
She’s exploring a desert in Africa.
28 Can I leave a message for Ms. Feldmann?
Yes, you can. What is the message?
Please say that she has an appointment at 7:30...
...but don’t say that the appointment is with me.
04 He’s exploring a cave.
He’s exploring a coral reef.
He’s exploring a canyon.
05 They’re fishing in a river.
He’s fishing in a lake.
They’re fishing in an ocean.
He’s fishing in a waterfall.
29 Ms. Feldmann, you have an appointment at 7:30.
I didn’t know that my appointment was with you!
Will you marry me?
Yes!
06 The
The
The
The
photographer has three cameras.
scientist is studying the tomato.
photographer is cleaning her camera.
scientist has an idea.
07 This is a team of scientists.
They’ll explore caves...
...and study animals and insects.
I’m a photographer.
I’ll travel with the scientists...
...and take photos for a science magazine.
08 I’ve been a photographer for many years...
...and I’ve taken photos on four continents...
...but I’ve never been in a cave.
I think that caves are dangerous!
09 The
The
The
The
13
photographer is taking photos of a cave.
scientist is studying a cave.
photographer is taking photos of a river.
scientist is studying a river.
2.3
Continued
10 It’s
It’s
It’s
It’s
dark in the cave.
light in the desert.
dark in the woods.
light in the tent.
19 Is it dangerous?
It’s dangerous, but we’ll be careful.
Is it dark?
It’s dark, but we have flashlights.
11 It’s dark in the cave, but light outside.
It’s dark in the kitchen, but light in the
refrigerator.
It’s dark in the living room, but light in the
bedroom.
It’s dark outside, but light in the house.
12 It’s
It’s
It’s
It’s
13 a
a
a
a
a
a
20 We’ve brought our flashlights, batteries...
...a ruler, a thermometer, and a lot of rope.
We’re going to climb down these ropes...
...and then we’ll explore the cave.
21 What’s the temperature of the water?
Twelve degrees.
What happened?
All of the batteries are wet...
...and now the flashlight doesn’t work!
light outside!
dark outside, but light inside!
too dark to play golf.
dark in the movie theater.
22 Please turn off your cell phones.
Please turn off the radio.
Please turn on your flashlight.
battery
battery
battery
flashlight
flashlight
rope
23 The man is turning on the lamp.
The boy is turning on the television.
The scientist is turning off his computer.
She is turning off the stove.
14 He needs a new battery for his camera.
He’s wearing a flashlight on his head.
This toy uses two batteries.
Throw me the rope!
He’s putting a lamp on his desk.
They’re climbing ropes.
24 He turned on the stove.
She turned off the computer.
I turned on the lamp.
I turned off my cell phone.
25 Turn
Turn
Turn
Turn
15 a camera
a rope
batteries
a flashlight
on the television.
it off.
off the lamp!
it on!
26 What are we going to do?
We can put the batteries from my camera in
your flashlight.
Now you can see.
What’s that?
It’s an animal that I haven’t seen before!
My phone has a camera. Will you take a photo
for me?
16 His camera battery is charged.
Her cell phone battery is dead.
Our flashlight battery is almost dead!
The camera battery is charging.
17 I need to charge my cell phone battery!
My camera battery is almost dead.
I need to charge my laptop battery.
Do you have any batteries? Mine are almost
dead.
27 Let’s leave the cave.
We’re almost outside!
Thank you for the batteries.
Smile!
18 My cell phone battery is charged.
His flashlight batteries are dead.
Her flashlight batteries are charged.
My cell phone battery is dead!
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2.4
Core Lesson
01 The businessman leaves his house at 6:30.
He returns home at 7:00.
The teacher leaves school at 3:30.
She’ll return to school tomorrow at 7:45.
09 a mailbox
an envelope
mail
a postal worker
stamps
a postcard
a package
a delivery van
02 He’s leaving for the baseball game.
He’ll return from the baseball game in six
hours.
The family is leaving for vacation.
They’re returning from vacation.
She left for the grocery store.
She has returned from the grocery store.
10 He’s delivering flowers to the house.
I deliver newspapers in the morning.
She’s picking up a package from the post
office.
He’s picking up a package from the
receptionist.
03 I’m leaving for the library.
I will return in an hour.
We’re leaving for Brazil tonight.
We’ll return in a week.
They’re leaving for the concert now.
They’ll return home at 12:00.
11 The postal worker
from the office.
The postal worker
the house.
The postal worker
the post office.
The postal worker
house.
04 When are you leaving?
I’m leaving at 11:00 a.m.
When will you return?
I’ll return at 10:00 p.m.
05 a mailbox
mail
a postal worker
a delivery van
is picking up a package
is delivering a package to
is picking up the mail from
is delivering the mail to the
12 I’m sending a letter to my friend.
He’s sending a letter to his father.
She’s sending a postcard to her friend.
13 He’s going to send a package.
The postal worker delivered it.
I received a package from Grandpa!
06 She’s reading her mail.
The mailbox is full.
The delivery van is empty.
This postal worker works in a post office.
14 The children are giving something to their
father.
The father received a tie from his children.
She’s sending a letter to her friend.
I received a letter from my friend.
07 an envelope
a postcard
stamps
a package
15 The teacher gave the boy a book.
I received a book from my teacher.
The postal worker delivered a package to her.
I received a package from my sister.
She’s going to send a letter to her
grandmother.
Her grandmother received the letter.
08 She’s putting a stamp on an envelope.
The postal worker is putting mail into a
mailbox.
Her mailbox is in the post office.
15
2.4
Continued
16 Please
Please
Please
Please
sign
sign
sign
sign
your check.
this paper.
my book.
this photo.
24 Hello. Is your last name Richards?
Yes, it is.
Please sign here, Mr. Richards.
25 Hello. Is your last name Richardson?
Yes, it is.
Please sign here, Ms. Richardson.
17 The artist is signing her painting.
She’s signing a check.
She’s signing for a package.
He’s writing an e-mail to his manager.
The girl is writing a letter to her friend.
The woman is writing a book.
26 The
The
The
The
18 Today is my first day at my new job.
I work for the post office downtown.
I’m a postal worker.
This is my delivery van.
27 I tried to deliver your mail.
I tried to cook dinner for my wife, but I left
the chicken in the oven too long.
He’s trying to build something.
19 First, pick up all of the mail here.
Then, put the mail in your delivery van.
If you’re delivering a package, remember to
ask the person to sign here.
Finally, return the delivery van to the post
office.
20 He
He
He
He
girl is trying to climb the tree.
girl wasn’t able to climb the tree.
boy is trying to climb over the fence.
boy was able to climb over the fence.
28 He jumped over the water.
He tried to jump over the water.
She tried to catch the pizza.
He caught the pizza.
29 What did you receive?
I received a package.
I didn’t order this!
What’s this?
I didn’t order this!
sent the package.
signed for the package.
received the package.
delivered the package.
30 I think the postal worker delivered the wrong
package to me.
Are you going to return it?
I don’t know.
I have an idea!
21 What’s your first name?
My first name is Sara.
What’s your last name?
My last name is Smith.
Yes, Sara Smith, here’s your name.
The doctor will see you in ten minutes.
Thank you.
31 Where did you get the idea for your building,
Mr. Richards?
The postal worker delivered the wrong
package to me.
Where did you get the idea for your painting,
Ms. Richardson?
The postal worker delivered the wrong
package to me.
22 Hello, I think you have a package for me.
Okay. What’s your last name?
My last name is Reynolds.
What’s your first name?
My first name is George.
Here you go, Mr. Reynolds.
23 What’s your name?
John Brown.
What’s your first name?
John.
What’s your last name?
Brown.
16
2.5
Milestone
01 I had a lot of fun on our vacation.
I should have taken a photo of the waterfall
that was near the palace. It was beautiful!
15 Thank you.
You’re welcome.
16 When did you take this photo?
I took this photo last year when I was
studying a volcano in Italy.
02 When is your appointment with your client?
My appointment with my client is in ten
minutes. I should go now.
03 When will you return?
I’ll return in an hour.
17 Are you a scientist?
Yes, I’m a scientist, but photography is my
hobby.
04 Where did you buy that painting?
I bought this painting at the New Artists’ Festival.
18 Do you have any photos of waterfalls?
Yes, I have photos of waterfalls, but I didn’t
bring them today.
05 Hello.
Hello.
19 I can send one to you.
That’s a good idea!
06 Are those paintings of escalators?
Yes, these are paintings of escalators. I work
for a company that designs escalators.
20 Where should I send it?
Please send it to my wife’s office. Her
receptionist will sign for the package.
07 Are you an engineer?
Yes, I’m an engineer, but painting is my
hobby.
21 What’s her last name?
Her last name is Pirelli.
22 What’s her first name?
Her first name is Alice.
08 Do you have any paintings of waterfalls?
I’m sorry, but I only have paintings of
escalators.
23 When will she receive it?
She’ll probably receive it next week.
09 I’m looking for a photo of a waterfall for my
wife. Do you have any idea where I should
look?
Gunther probably has something like that.
10 Hello, my name is Gunther.
Hello. My name is Arthur Pirelli.
11 What is this sculpture made of?
This sculpture is made of mailboxes.
12 Are you a postal worker?
Yes, I’m a postal worker. I get my ideas while
I’m driving my delivery van.
13 Are those paintings of stamps?
Yes, these are paintings of stamps.
14 Would you like to buy this one?
No, thank you. It’s too small.
17
3.1
Core Lesson
01 He’s moving into his mother’s house.
She’s visiting her mother.
The family is going to move to Paris.
The woman and her boyfriend are going to
visit Paris.
08 The man opened his cabinet.
The boy opened the drawer.
I closed my closet door.
He remembered to close the door behind him
when he took out the trash.
02 This is Emi. Her family moved here from New York.
We’re going to move next week.
This family is moving from an apartment into
a house.
The employees are moving into a different
office.
09 Close the window! It’s cold!
When he opened the box he smiled because
cats are his favorite type of animal.
He opened the doors to the balcony.
You forgot to close the refrigerator door.
10 I hung those plants from the ceiling.
Do you want me to hang the painting here?
Please hang your dresses in the closet.
She’s hanging something beautiful on the
wall.
The boy hung his coat on the chair.
03 My father began a new job last month...
...so we moved into a new house.
I didn’t want to move...
...because I was afraid that I wouldn’t meet
new friends.
11 The
The
The
The
04 When we were waiting to move into our new
house...
...we packed for a week...
...and then we had to clean our apartment.
umbrellas are hanging near the window.
clothes are hanging in the closet.
flags are hanging from the ceiling.
wrenches are hanging on the wall.
12 The painting is hanging above the fireplace.
The towel is hanging under the window.
I hung the drawing above the television.
My mother hangs her spoons under the
cabinet.
05 a fireplace
bookshelves
a drawer
a balcony
cabinets
a closet
13 She’s trying to close the drawer.
I hung my backpack under my photo.
He opened his mailbox.
Thank you for opening the door for me.
Thank you for closing the door.
The plates are hanging above the bed.
06 The drawers are full of towels.
She’s drinking coffee by the fireplace.
She’s watching her mother put the dishes in
the cabinet.
The girl likes to play in the closet.
He’s looking for a dictionary on the
bookshelves.
He’s reading on the balcony.
14 Hang your shirt in the closet, please.
Put these socks in the drawer, please.
Put this t-shirt in the drawer, please.
Hang these coats in the closet, please.
07 a balcony
bookshelves
cabinets
a drawer
a fireplace
a closet
15 The clock is hanging above the painting.
The wrenches are hanging above the
screwdrivers.
The clock is hanging under the painting.
The wrenches are hanging under the
screwdrivers.
18
16 She misses her mother...
...because her mother is in France on
business.
I miss my dog...
...because he’s lost.
They miss their friend...
...because he moved.
23 Did you go to the store?
Yes, I went to the store.
Did you put the boxes in the closet?
Yes, I put the boxes in the closet.
24 Why didn’t you come to your appointment
yesterday?
I didn’t come because I was sick.
Did you watch a movie last night?
Yes, we watched a movie.
17 What’s the matter?
I miss my husband.
What’s the matter?
I miss my grandpa.
What’s the matter?
I miss my old school.
25 I’ll go to the store.
I’m going to the store.
I went to the store.
He’ll bring me a cup of coffee.
He’s bringing me a cup of coffee.
He brought me a cup of coffee.
18 Last night, he ate with his wife.
Now, he misses his wife.
Yesterday, she played with her brother.
Now, she misses her brother.
26 Sometimes he’s mean to his sister.
She’s always nice to her friend.
Be careful. This animal is mean.
Don’t be afraid. The dog is nice.
19 This is my neighbor. His house is next to
mine.
Those are my neighbors. They moved here
last month.
The neighbors who live above us are loud.
My grandfather is our neighbor. He lives on
our floor.
27 It’s mean to laugh when someone falls.
It’s nice to bring flowers to someone who’s in
the hospital.
It’s nice to give someone your seat on the
bus.
It’s mean to eat cake that isn’t yours.
20 Thank you for the tomatoes. You’re a good
neighbor!
He’s working, but his neighbor is trying to
sleep.
The neighbors are playing near their houses.
28 Talking to the new student at school is nice.
Talking about the new student is mean.
My new manager is mean.
I liked my old manager. He was nice.
21 She’s going to the grocery store.
I went to the grocery store.
He’s eating a sandwich.
I ate a sandwich.
29 Hi! My name is Rose. I’m your new neighbor.
Nice to meet you. My name is Rebecca.
I think we’ll go to the same school.
Are the teachers nice there?
Yes, they’re very nice.
That’s good. I had a mean teacher last year.
22 They’re celebrating because they won the
championship.
Did you hurt your elbow when you were
playing baseball?
She baked a cake this morning.
Her father kissed her before she went to
school.
30 Mom, can I play with our new neighbor?
Yes, you can. Have fun!
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3.2
01 The
The
The
The
Core Lesson
suitcase is locked.
door to his house is unlocked.
car is locked.
locker is unlocked.
09 carpet
bricks
a pipe
wire
a board
a roof
02 The car is locked, but he has a key.
He doesn’t have a key, and the door is locked.
The drawer is unlocked, so he can open it.
The door is unlocked. Let’s go inside!
03 The
The
The
The
10 The faucet is leaking.
The pipe is leaking.
My glass is leaking.
The outlet was damaged.
The street is damaged.
The house was damaged.
car is locked.
car is unlocked.
locker is locked.
locker is unlocked.
11 I can’t turn on the lamp because there’s no
electricity.
We live in a house without electricity.
Did you forget to pay for the electricity this
month?
04 a faucet
an outlet
a lock
a mop
a bucket
a broom
12 The stove uses electricity.
They’re cooking without electricity.
This watch doesn’t use electricity.
This clock uses electricity.
05 She’s using the mop to clean the kitchen
floor.
The faucet is on because the baby is taking a
bath in the sink.
The waitress has a broom.
They all want to use the outlet.
The key is in the lock.
He’s playing with a bucket at the beach.
13 Mom! There’s water on the bathroom floor!
The pipes are leaking.
Dad! The television doesn’t work. There’s no
electricity.
The wires are damaged.
06 a lock
a mop
a broom
a faucet
a bucket
an outlet
14 The
The
The
The
15 We
We
We
We
07 carpet
bricks
wire
pipes
roofs
boards
plumber is repairing the pipes.
electrician is repairing the wires.
plumber is repairing the sink.
electrician is repairing an outlet.
need
need
need
need
to
to
to
to
call
call
call
call
a plumber.
an electrician.
a police officer.
a doctor.
16 The plumber is buying pipes.
The electrician is buying wires.
I’m studying to be a plumber.
I’m studying to be an electrician.
08 He likes to sit on the roof and play music.
He’s measuring the board.
She’s sitting on the white carpet.
He’s building a wall with bricks.
She doesn’t know which wire is right.
He’s carrying a pipe.
17 He’s replacing an old outlet.
He’s replacing the battery.
We replaced our carpet.
20
18 This
This
This
This
faucet is leaking.
faucet has been replaced.
pipe is leaking.
pipe has been replaced.
19 The
The
The
The
roof was damaged.
roof has been replaced.
boards were damaged.
boards have been replaced.
26 It was difficult to clean the floor until I
replaced my broom.
This apartment is where we used to live.
I ate a lot of interesting food when I was on
vacation in Asia.
27 I rode the bus to school when I was young.
This was broken until I repaired it.
Someone sailed this boat, but now it’s
damaged.
We had bicycles when we lived in Paris.
20 My grandmother gave me this sweater.
Although I don’t like purple...
...I’m going to wear it anyway.
My mother would like me to take out the
trash.
Although I don’t like taking out the trash...
...I’m going to do it anyway.
28 This is small.
This was small.
His shoes are clean.
His shoes were clean.
29 I’m going to call the plumber.
No, don’t call the plumber. I can repair it.
Should I call the electrician?
Yes, call the electrician. I don’t know how to
repair the wires.
21 Although I haven’t finished reading this
book...
...I’m going to return it to the library anyway.
This carpet is very ugly...
...but I like it anyway.
30 Hello. My family and I moved to this house
yesterday.
There’s no electricity. Can you help us?
Yes. I can come tomorrow at 10:00. Will
someone be home?
Yes, someone will be home. Thank you.
22 Although I’m sick...
...I have to go to school anyway.
Although I’m sick...
...I have to go to work anyway.
23 It was quiet...
...until the children came home.
How long will you be staying in the United
States?
I’ll be in the United States until June
fifteenth.
24 How long will you be staying in Mexico?
I’ll be in Mexico until May twenty-first.
They were eating outside...
...until it began to rain.
25 I want to play with my brother. I’ll have to
wait until he returns home from school.
I’m very tired. I’ve been working since 5:00
this morning.
They’ve been watching television since they
returned from school.
She watched the movie until she was tired.
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3.3
Core Lesson
01 The doll is sitting on a blanket.
This is a red balloon.
A boy is running with his kite.
This stuffed animal looks like a tiger.
One of the blocks is red.
A child is playing with the puzzle.
08 I broke my skateboard, so I tried to repair it.
I wasn’t able to repair the skateboard, so I
replaced it.
I lost my doll, so I tried to look for it.
I found it in the car.
09 I just built this toy.
I just painted this toy.
I just bought this toy.
He’s about to give her flowers.
She’s about to throw the flowers.
He’s about to catch the flowers.
02 The boys like to play with blocks.
The girl is playing with her doll, but her
friends are looking at clothes.
He’s holding many balloons.
She’s reading to her stuffed animals.
The family is running on the beach with their
kites.
They’re playing with a puzzle.
10 I’m about to clean the floor.
I just cleaned that floor five minutes ago!
I’m about to buy a car.
I just bought this car yesterday!
03 a puzzle
dolls
a stuffed animal
a kite
balloons
blocks
11 He’s about to send this package.
Their child was just born.
His skateboard just broke.
We’re about to go to a play.
04 a skateboard
a helmet
headphones
a video game
12 He broke his key.
I lost my keys!
I broke my skateboard!
She lost her skateboard.
05 He’s using headphones to listen to music on
his computer.
They’re playing a video game.
She’s riding a skateboard.
They always wear helmets when they’re riding
their bicycles.
13 Are you hungry already? We just ate dinner!
He just bought a book this morning, and he’s
already read half of it.
You just received those blocks, and you built
a castle already!
14 They’ll climb up the mountain this afternoon.
They’re about to climb up the mountain.
They’re climbing up the mountain.
They just climbed up the mountain.
They climbed up the mountain last month.
06 a skateboard
a helmet
headphones
a video game
15 These brothers share a bedroom.
She’s sharing a bicycle with her husband.
These children are sharing a sandwich.
07 They lost their balloon.
He had lost his stuffed animal, but he found
it.
The boy broke his toy, but his grandfather is
helping him repair it.
The egg broke when it fell on the floor.
16 She’s sharing a taxi with her manager.
They’re sharing the headphones.
She’s sharing an umbrella with her husband.
17 The brother and sister are fighting over a
video game.
The sisters are fighting over the puzzle.
The girls are fighting over a doll.
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18 What happened?
We were just fighting over the headphones...
...and we broke them.
19 The
The
The
The
boys
boys
boys
boys
are
are
are
are
26 What’s the matter?
I’m worried because I just remembered that
I’m meeting my girlfriend for dinner soon...
...and today is her birthday. I didn’t buy a gift
for her!
What should I do?
Don’t worry. If you buy her some flowers...
...she won’t know that you forgot her birthday.
fighting over the blocks.
sharing the blocks.
fighting over the headphones.
sharing the headphones.
20 Are bananas your favorite fruit?
No, I prefer apples to bananas.
Do you like to play the piano?
Yes, but I prefer to play the guitar.
27 What’s the matter?
I’m worried because I have to pick up my
friend at the airport...
...and I’m lost. I can’t find the airport!
Don’t worry. If you turn left at the next street
and drive for two miles...
...you’ll see signs for the airport.
Okay. Thank you!
21 Which color shirt do you prefer?
I prefer the green shirt.
Which color towels do you prefer?
I prefer the pink towels.
28 What’s the matter?
My friend and I were just fighting over my
new skateboard...
...and we broke it!
I’m worried that my parents are going to be
angry with me!
22 Which house do you prefer?
I prefer the new house to the old one.
Which car do you prefer?
I prefer the old car to the new one.
23 She’s embarrassed because she wore the
wrong clothing.
I’m worried that no one will come to my party.
You brought me flowers! What a surprise!
She’s surprised that she slept until twelve.
29 Don’t worry. I can repair your skateboard.
Instead of fighting over your toys...
...you should share them with your friends.
Thank you!
24 I’m worried because my daughter is sick.
Don’t worry. She’ll be fine.
I’m embarrassed because my mother kissed
me in front of my friends.
She did that because she loves you.
Surprise!
I’m surprised that you remembered my
birthday!
25 I’m embarrassed because I forgot my pants.
He’s worried because his daughter is driving
badly.
I just woke up and you already made me
breakfast. What a surprise!
I’m worried that my son will get hurt because
he’s not wearing a helmet.
The child is surprised because his father gave
him a dog.
They’re embarrassed because their baby is
crying in the airport.
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3.4
Core Lesson
01 an intersection
a stoplight
a parking lot
an engine
a hood
a trunk
08 If the stoplight is red, you have to stop.
If there’s a fire, you can exit to the right or
left.
The concert has already begun. Please be
quiet when you enter the theater.
09 The train is exiting a tunnel.
The car stopped for the children in the
crosswalk.
The tourists are about to enter the museum.
The taxi is turning right at the intersection.
02 The parking lot is full.
She’s repairing the engine in her car.
The stoplight is green.
The trunk is closed.
There isn’t snow in the intersection now.
The hood is open.
10 The businessman is entering the office
building.
The businessman is exiting the office
building.
The family is entering the hospital.
The family is exiting the hospital.
03 a parking lot
a stoplight
a trunk
an intersection
an engine
a hood
11 Look at that bird!
She’s looking at the bird.
Look at the moon!
He’s looking at the moon.
04 oil
a tire
a mechanic
a crosswalk
a sidewalk
a tunnel
12 Before you exit the parking lot, stop.
Okay. I’m stopping the car.
05 We’re walking on a crosswalk.
I’m replacing a tire on my car.
The car is leaking oil.
I’m a mechanic.
She’s walking on the sidewalk.
There’s an escalator in the tunnel.
13 Look at the stoplight.
I’m looking at the stoplight. It’s green.
Look at the intersection.
I’m looking at the intersection. There are no
cars.
If there are no cars, turn right.
I’m going to turn right.
06 a mechanic
oil
tires
a crosswalk
a tunnel
a sidewalk
14 He’s driving toward the mountains.
The bus is passing through a tunnel.
The businessman is crossing the street.
The children are running toward the ocean.
The cat is passing through a tunnel.
He’s crossing the river on his bicycle.
07 The businessmen are entering the hotel
lobby.
He’s stopping to ask a question.
The business people are exiting the elevator.
The girl is entering the house.
Stop.
The man and the woman are exiting the
building.
15 I took this photo when a bird passed through
the window.
He’s crossing a bridge on his skateboard.
They’re walking toward an intersection.
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16 The
The
The
The
The
car
car
car
car
car
is
is
is
is
is
driving toward the tunnel.
entering the tunnel.
passing through the tunnel.
exiting the tunnel.
crossing the bridge.
25 Look at the street!
Look at the street, please!
Stop the car!
Stop the car, please.
26 She has a flat tire.
The bicycle has a flat tire.
I have a problem. I have a flat tire.
17 There’s a problem with my trunk. It won’t
close.
There’s a problem with my car. Oil is leaking.
There’s a problem with the pipes. There’s
water on the floor.
27 Now turn right at this intersection.
Please be careful!
What happened?
18 I have a problem.
I carried my laptop computer incorrectly...
...and now it won’t turn on.
Excuse me...
...I have a problem.
I received the wrong package!
28 We have a problem.
You drove badly.
Now we have a flat tire.
I’m sorry!
29 Can you repair the tire?
No, but let’s replace the tire together.
Now we can go to the mechanic.
19 What did the mechanic say?
He said that there was a problem with the
engine leaking oil.
Are there any problems with the tires?
No. The tires are fine.
30 Excuse me. We have a problem.
We have a flat tire.
Can you replace it?
Yes, I can replace it.
Thank you.
No problem.
20 I’m sorry my baby is crying.
No problem. I’m listening to music.
I’m sorry, we don’t have the fish today.
No problem. I’ll order chicken instead.
21 Go to your bedroom!
Finish eating all of your vegetables.
Please close the door.
22 Turn right.
Follow me.
Open your trunk, please.
23 Excuse me, where’s the restroom?
Go straight...
...and it’s the second door on the right.
Where’s the restroom?
Go straight...
...and it’s the second door on the right.
24 Turn off your cell phones.
Throw me the ball!
Clean up your bedroom today!
Meet me in my office at 3:00.
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3.5
Milestone
01 Hello. How can I help you?
My friend and I have just moved to the
United States, and we’re looking for an
apartment.
15 I’m worried that we won’t find a good
apartment today.
Don’t worry. I think that we’ll find an
apartment that we like.
02 Why are you moving to the United States?
We want to live in the United States for a year
so that we can practice English.
16 Is the apartment above the toy store?
Yes, the apartment is above the toy store.
17 Where is Catherine? She said that she would
meet us here at four o’clock.
There she is. She’s walking toward us.
03 I have four different apartments that I can
show you today. Are you ready to go?
Yes, we’re ready.
18 I’m sorry that I’m late. I had a flat tire!
No problem.
04 Why is the lobby dark?
The lobby is dark because there’s a problem
with the electricity.
19 Did you call a mechanic?
Yes, I called a mechanic.
05 I think the wires are damaged.
You’re probably right. I also think that the
wires are damaged.
20 Look! A fireplace!
Look! A balcony!
21 Are the neighbors nice?
Yes, the neighbors are nice.
06 Who are you calling?
I’m calling the receptionist at my office.
She’ll ask an electrician to replace the wires.
22 Do you like the apartment?
Yes, I like the apartment!
07 Is it locked or unlocked?
It’s locked.
23 Would you like to rent the apartment?
Yes, we would like to rent the apartment!
08 Do you have the key for the lock?
Yes, I have the key for the lock.
24 Are you the new neighbors?
Yes, we’re the new neighbors.
09 Does the faucet leak?
Yes, the faucet leaks.
10 No problem. I’ll call a plumber.
11 Why is there a bucket under the sink?
There’s a bucket under the sink because the
pipe is broken.
12 Will the plumber also replace the broken
pipe?
Yes, the plumber will also replace the broken
pipe.
13 I’m embarrassed. I’m sorry about this...
...but I think that you’ll like the other
apartments that I’m about to show you.
14 The apartment that we just looked at was
beautiful.
Yes, but it was too expensive.
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4.1
01 a
a
a
a
a
a
Core Lesson
laundromat
washing machine
dryer
dry cleaners
label
pocket
09 purses
a scarf
boots
a wallet
gloves
a jacket
10 She’s carrying her dog in her purse.
My scarf is purple, white, and orange.
It’s a good idea to wear gloves when you work
in the garden.
He forgot his wallet on his desk.
It’s a good idea to wear boots when it’s raining.
He hung his jacket on the door when he came home.
02 She’s holding her baby and putting towels in
the washing machine.
He likes to read at the laundromat.
His shirt was in the dryer too long.
There’s a blue pen in his pocket.
The label says that you shouldn’t drink this.
She’s paying at the dry cleaners.
03 He goes to the laundromat to wash his
clothes.
She’s putting her dirty clothes in the washing
machine.
He’s looking for a shirt at the dry cleaners.
She’s reading the label.
The girl’s hands are in her pockets.
White towels are on the dryer.
11 He bought me these boots when he was in
Mexico.
I wore this scarf when I visited France.
She wears gloves when it’s cold outside.
It’s cold near the lake, so we wore our jackets.
My wallet was full until I went on a date with
my girlfriend.
She hung her purse on her chair before she
sat down.
04 She’s trying to fold the map.
He’s ironing his shirt.
They’re folding napkins.
She’s ironing her dress.
12 She’s putting on a glove.
He’s taking off his sock.
He’s taking off his pants.
He’s putting on a jacket.
05 I ironed your clothes for you.
He’s folding the paper.
They’re folding their baby’s blanket.
The father is teaching his daughter how to
iron her clothes.
13 She’s taking off her shirt.
I’m putting on my sweater.
The children are putting on their socks.
He took off his jacket.
06 Someone is tearing the paper.
They’re sewing a shirt.
He’s torn his pants.
I’m sewing a dress for my daughter.
14 He’s taking off his gloves.
He’s putting on his gloves.
She’s putting on her boots.
She’s taking off her boots.
07 She’s teaching her daughter how to sew.
I tore my shirt during my basketball game.
She tore the envelope when she opened it.
Our mother sews most of our clothes.
15 I’m washing my hands before I eat lunch.
She’s reading while her husband watches
television.
He’s going to go to work after he irons his
clothes.
She’s folding her clothes before she puts
them in the drawers.
I took these photos while I was in Africa last year.
She’s putting on her scarf after she put on
her jacket.
08 He’s
He’s
He’s
He’s
tearing his shirt.
sewing his shirt.
ironing his shirt.
folding his shirt.
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4.1
Continued
16 I tore my jacket while I was hiking.
I ironed your shirt while I was watching the news.
He found some money while he was folding
his clothes.
The package came while they were sewing the blanket.
23 What should I wear tonight?
You should wear either the blue jacket or the
gray jacket.
He chose to wear neither the gray jacket nor
the blue jacket.
What can I have for breakfast?
You can have either eggs or fruit.
She’s having eggs for breakfast.
17 They ate lunch during the hockey game.
He hurt his knee while he was playing
basketball.
She’s sleeping during the movie.
Her friend called while she was watching the movie.
24 He’ll wear either the gray tie or the brown tie
to work today.
She’s wearing neither socks nor shoes.
I think that this package is either my new
boots or the shoes that you ordered.
This shirt is neither black nor brown.
18 He’s eating lunch before he runs.
He’s eating lunch while he’s running.
He’s eating lunch after he ran.
25 Hello. My suit jacket is torn.
Can you repair it?
The pocket is badly torn. It’ll be difficult to
repair.
When will you need the jacket?
I’m going to a wedding on Saturday.
We’ll try to have it repaired by Friday evening.
19 I played soccer this morning.
I used to play tennis when I was a child.
She sewed this dress this week.
Our grandmother and her sisters used to sew
the family’s clothes.
26 I found a credit card in the pocket of Mr.
Allen’s jacket.
I’ll call him and say that we have it.
Hello, Mr. Allen? This is Cindy, at Ellis Dry
Cleaning.
We found your credit card in the pocket of
your suit jacket.
Would you please come pick it up?
I will! Thank you very much.
20 I bought a fish while I was at the store.
She brought him coffee while he was reading
the newspaper.
While we were at the laundromat, we folded
the sheets.
While she was walking to work, her shoe
broke.
21 He ate lunch while he was waiting for the
train.
When she was eating dinner, her friend
called.
When I was walking to the grocery store, I lost my purse.
We were traveling in Europe when we took
this photo.
27 Thank you for calling me.
You’re welcome. Here’s your credit card.
Please wait! I just finished repairing your suit
jacket!
This really is the best dry cleaners in the city!
Thank you.
22 You can turn either left or right.
He can only turn right.
They can turn neither left nor right. They can only go straight.
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4.2
Core Lesson
01 He’s trying to take off his ring, but it’s too
small.
I hope you like this necklace.
Many women from my country wear bracelets
like these.
She’s choosing which earrings to buy.
08 He’s about to shave.
He dyed his hair blond.
She’s putting on her makeup.
09 I have a date tonight with Jill.
First, I have to shave.
Next, I need to put on deodorant.
I have a date tonight with Jack.
First, I have to put on my makeup.
Then, I’ll wear the necklace and earrings that
he gave me.
02 She has rings on her fingers.
There are bracelets of many different colors.
The girl received a necklace for her birthday.
The two sisters are wearing the same earrings.
03 She’s
She’s
She’s
She’s
wearing
wearing
wearing
wearing
a necklace.
earrings.
a bracelet.
a ring.
10 I’ve finished shaving.
I’ve dyed my hair.
I’ve put on my makeup.
11 Her hair is curly.
Her hair is curly.
His hair is straight.
His hair is straight.
04 These men have beards.
My hair is gray, but my mustache is brown.
The girls are playing with their mother’s
makeup.
She has worn this type of perfume for the last
twenty-five years.
It’s a good idea to put on deodorant in the
morning.
He always puts in his contact lenses before
he drives to work.
12 The girl has long hair.
She has short gray hair.
He has short hair.
They have long hair.
13 My daughter has curly hair because I have
curly hair.
Your long hair is beautiful.
I have short hair, and I dye it red.
My friend has straight hair like me.
05 I have glasses, but today I’m going to wear
my contact lenses.
The baby has makeup on his face.
He has a white beard, white pants, and a
white shirt.
I don’t have any more deodorant.
My grandfather has a mustache.
Do you think this perfume smells good?
14 His
His
His
His
hair
hair
hair
hair
is
is
is
is
long and straight.
short and straight.
long and curly.
short and curly.
15 I can button my shirt.
She’s zipping her boot.
I buttoned my jacket incorrectly!
Can you help me zip my dress?
06 perfume
a mustache
deodorant
a contact lens
a beard
makeup
16 It’s hot near the fireplace. I’m going to unzip
my jacket.
He unbuttoned his shirt because it’s hot.
I don’t need help, Mom. I can button my
shirt.
I’m zipping my sweater.
07 He’s teaching his son to shave.
The women are putting on their makeup.
She’s dying her client’s hair.
She’s putting on her makeup in the car.
This man shaved half his beard.
I dyed my hair red.
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4.2
Continued
17 It’s cold. I’ll button your jacket for you.
It’s cold. I’m going to zip your jacket.
He buttoned his shirt, but his tie is too short.
He didn’t button his shirt because he’s late
for work.
26 We’re wearing leather jackets.
She’s wearing a silk dress.
I love having clean cotton sheets on my bed!
My sweater and my hat are made of wool.
This gold watch costs one hundred and
seventy-five dollars.
My earrings are made of silver.
18 He’s buttoning his jacket.
He’s zipping his jacket.
My mother is zipping my dress.
My mother is buttoning my dress.
27 This sheet is made of cotton.
This sheet is made of silk.
These gloves are made of leather.
These gloves are made of wool.
This ring is made of silver.
This ring is made of gold.
19 Let’s put on our jackets and go skiing.
Let’s eat at the Italian restaurant for dinner.
Let’s not go to the palace. The guidebook
says it’s too expensive.
Let’s play a game.
28 The label says that this shirt was made in
India.
The label says that this sweater was made in
the United Kingdom.
The label says that this purse was made in
Italy.
The label says that these boots were made in
Brazil.
20 Would you please help me make a salad for
dinner?
Let’s make a salad for dinner.
Would you please help me fold the clothes?
Let’s fold the clothes.
21 First, I’ll button my shirt.
Next, I’ll put on my jacket.
First, I’ll zip my dress.
Next, I’ll put on my shoes.
29 This car was made in the United States.
This jewelry was made in Mexico.
These clothes were made in India.
22 This movie is making them laugh.
This book is making her cry.
Looking at old photos always makes me
smile.
30 These
These
These
These
23 Dancing makes me happy.
Reading makes me tired.
Running makes me thirsty.
Playing with children makes me happy.
31 Good evening Jill! You look beautiful in that
dress.
Thank you! It was made in Italy.
Are you ready to go to the party?
Yes, let’s go!
24 The rain is making her sad.
The rain is making them happy.
This movie makes me sad.
This movie makes me happy.
25 His scarf is made of wool.
These towels are made of cotton.
Her shirt is made of silk.
His wallet is made of leather.
This store sells necklaces made of gold.
These forks, knives and spoons are made of silver.
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dolls were made in Russia.
violins are made of wood.
purses were made in Italy.
boots are made of leather.
4.3
Core Lesson
01 My son is sick...
...but my daughter is well.
I’m sick...
...but my wife is well.
08 Have you been coughing?
Yes, I’ve been coughing.
Have you been sneezing?
Yes, I’ve been sneezing.
02 I run in the morning when I’m well...
...but this morning I can’t run because I’m sick.
I swim on Tuesdays when I’m well...
...but this Tuesday I can’t swim because I’m sick.
09 Bless you!
Thank you.
Bless you!
Thank you.
10 I’m about to sneeze!
Bless you!
03 He’s well.
She’s sick.
She’s well.
He’s sick.
11 Bless you!
Bless you!
12 He’s been sick for four days...
...and he’s still sick today.
She had been sick for three days...
...but she isn’t sick anymore.
04 I’m not coming to work today. I’m very sick.
Okay. Get well soon!
Thank you.
It’s nice of you to visit me in the hospital.
Get well soon!
Thank you.
13 Are you still sleeping? You should have been
at work an hour ago!
My hair isn’t brown anymore. I dyed it red!
I used to have a beard, but I don’t have one
anymore.
Although I’m an adult now, I still like playing
video games.
05 He’s about to sneeze.
She’s been coughing since she arrived this
morning.
I can’t sleep because I’m coughing a lot.
When I visit friends who have dogs, I always
sneeze.
14 She began studying this morning...
...and she’s still studying.
He began studying this morning...
...but he isn’t studying anymore.
06 What’s the matter?
I’ve been sneezing all day. I think that I’m sick.
Get well soon!
What’s the matter?
I’ve been coughing all day. I think that I’m sick.
Get well soon!
15 Your head is very hot. I think that you have a fever.
My temperature is one hundred and one
degrees. I have a fever.
I’m worried because you still have a fever. I’m
going to call the doctor.
Your temperature is ninety-eight degrees. You
don’t have a fever. You have to go to school.
07 She’s worried because her son can’t stop
coughing.
He’s not going to work because he’s coughing
a lot.
She can’t sleep because her husband has
been sneezing all night.
I’m going to sneeze again!
16 I’ve been coughing and sneezing for three
days, and now I have a fever.
It’s difficult for me to sleep because I can’t
stop coughing!
Take this medicine for your fever.
If you still have a fever tomorrow, call me.
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4.3
Continued
17 How long has he been coughing?
He’s been coughing for three days.
How long have you had a fever?
I’ve had a fever for two days.
24 Her arm is in a cast.
Her leg is in a cast.
She’s showing me how to walk with crutches.
I’m practicing walking with my crutches.
18 I have been playing hockey since I was seven
years old.
I’m playing hockey today.
They have been baking since 5:00 this
morning.
They baked this cake yesterday.
25 It hurt when I broke my arm, but I like my
pink cast.
He broke his leg, so he has to walk with
crutches until it heals.
Your arm was broken, but it’s healing well.
Your cast is off, but your leg is still healing.
Please be careful.
19 I have been hiking for three weeks.
She has been studying French for four years.
We have been working at the dry cleaners for
seven months.
They have been traveling in Germany for six
weeks.
You have been watching television for seven
hours! Go outside.
He has been playing with his kite all
afternoon.
26 I have a fever.
I’m nauseated.
I’m wearing a cast.
I’m using crutches.
27 What happened?
I broke my leg.
How did that happen?
I broke my leg when I fell off my bicycle.
When will it heal?
The doctor says it will heal in six weeks.
20 I’m staying home from school because I have
a rash on my face.
I went hiking yesterday, and now I have a rash
on my leg.
She thought that was going to be fun, but
now she’s nauseated!
She’s nauseated because she’s on an
airplane.
28 His face is swollen.
The animal’s ear is itchy.
My eye is swollen.
This sweater makes my arm itchy because I’m
allergic to wool.
29 What’s the matter?
My eye is swollen and it hurts.
What’s the matter?
I have a rash on my hand. It’s itchy.
21 I’m sneezing because I’m allergic to cats.
I’m allergic to seafood. If I eat it, I’ll be
nauseated.
I think I’m allergic to wool; this sweater has
given me a rash.
30 His
His
His
His
22 I’m allergic to this plant. It gives me a rash.
My son is afraid of this insect because he’s
allergic to it.
She’s allergic to flowers. She sneezes when
she’s near them.
arm
arm
arm
arm
is swollen.
is broken.
is itchy.
has healed.
31 How are you?
I’m well, thank you. I don’t have a fever
anymore.
Are you still coughing and sneezing?
No. I haven’t coughed or sneezed for two days.
Why are you here?
I think that I’m allergic to the medicine you
gave me. Now I have a rash!
23 Are you allergic to seafood?
Yes, I am, but I haven’t eaten any seafood.
Are you allergic to cats?
I don’t know if I’m allergic to cats or not.
You probably are allergic to cats, and that’s
why you have a rash.
32
4.4
Core Lesson
01 the
the
the
the
the
the
dairy section
dairy section
dairy section
produce section
produce section
meat section
09 He’s pouring eggs into the frying pan.
The pot is on the stove, to the right of the
bowls.
He’s using a knife to cut the fish.
They’re stirring the sauce with spoons.
10 She’s buying spices.
The boy is going to eat cereal.
The children are in an ice-cream store.
I have a bowl full of nuts!
02 He’s weighing the apples in the produce
section.
She’s choosing milk in the dairy section.
He’s choosing pork in the meat section.
11 It’s nice to share ice cream with your sister.
I sell spices.
The animal is eating a nut.
The father is going to pour milk into his son’s cereal.
03 Can you please show me where to find the milk?
Here in the dairy section.
Where are your fresh vegetables?
Here in the produce section.
Where’s the beef?
Here in the meat section.
12 spices
ice cream
spoons
knives
a frying pan
a pot
cereal
nuts
04 He’s pouring medicine into the cup.
The girl is pouring juice into cups.
The girl is stirring something in a bowl.
I’m stirring the vegetables.
05 They’re cutting vegetables to make a salad.
The businessman is stirring his tea.
He’s pouring coffee into his wife’s cup.
Please pour the milk into the bowl while your
sister stirs.
I’ll add some salt while you stir the sauce.
You cut the tomatoes very well.
13 Someone is boiling water.
Someone is boiling seafood.
Someone is boiling pasta.
I burned the chicken again!
The fish is burned.
The bread is burning.
06 I’m going to make apple cake. Do you want to
help?
First, we’ll cut the apples.
Next, we’ll add the sugar.
14 Now, we put in the nuts, eggs, spices, and flour.
Use this spoon to stir.
Next, I’ll pour it in here.
Now can we bake it?
Be careful, the oven is hot.
If it’s in the oven more than fifty minutes, the cake will burn.
07 He’s pouring the paint.
He’s stirring the paint.
I’m stirring the milk.
I’m pouring the milk.
08 a
a
a
a
15 We’re grilling vegetables.
The boy is frying eggs.
Someone is frying beef and vegetables in a
frying pan.
I grilled this meat for dinner.
spoon
frying pan
pot
knife
33
4.4
Continued
16 grilled beef
grilled vegetables
fried onions
fried chicken
boiled eggs
boiled potatoes
24 I’ve lived in New York for two years.
I had lived in New York for two years before I
moved here.
I’ve never had fried chicken before. I don’t
know if I’ll like it.
I had never had it before last year. Now, I love
it!
17 Grilled pork is my favorite food.
Fried chicken is my favorite food.
I’m frying vegetables for dinner.
We’re grilling vegetables for dinner.
25 We’ve never made apple cake before. Why are
we making it today?
Your friend Andy and his mother Beth are
coming to our house tonight.
I’m going to grill either chicken or beef for
dinner.
Then we’ll have apple cake with ice cream for
dessert.
18 boiled meat
fried meat
grilled meat
burned meat
19 I’m a vegetarian. I don’t eat meat.
No, thank you. I’m a vegetarian.
My son would like the grilled vegetables. He’s
a vegetarian.
26 Neither the eggs nor the meat are in the
frying pan.
The meat is in the frying pan, but the eggs
aren’t in the frying pan.
Both the eggs and the meat are in the frying
pan.
20 Do you have a vegetarian pasta?
No, but we have a seafood pasta.
Can I have it without seafood? I’m a
vegetarian.
Yes, you can have it with a tomato sauce.
21 a
a
a
a
27 Neither the chicken nor the beef is burned.
Both my son and I like to fish.
Both the boy and the girl are eating cereal for
breakfast.
Neither the spoon nor the pot is in the sink.
vegetarian salad
salad with meat
pizza with meat
vegetarian pizza
28 Both oranges and bananas are sold in the
produce section.
Neither the woman nor her boyfriend is a
vegetarian.
Both of them are eating ice cream.
The vegetables have been neither boiled nor
grilled.
22 I just ate seafood for the first time.
Before I moved from the mountains to the
city...
...I had only seen good, fresh seafood on
television.
29 We can have neither chicken nor beef for
dinner.
Why not?
Neither Andy nor Beth eat meat. Both of
them are vegetarians.
I didn’t know that they were vegetarians.
Let’s make grilled vegetables and rice
instead.
Then everyone will be able to eat something
they like.
23 I had never broken my arm before today.
They had run for three hours when they
finished the race.
We had traveled to Europe before this
vacation, but not to the United Kingdom.
He had seen this movie three times already,
but he was about to see it again.
34
4.5
Milestone
01 Hello.
Hello.
16 Will you stir the soup while I look for my
wallet?
Yes, I’ll stir the soup after I finish shaving.
02 Why are you on crutches?
I’m on crutches because I just broke my leg. I
fell off my skateboard.
17 Where’s the spoon?
The spoon is in the drawer.
03 I hope it heals soon.
Thank you.
18 I like your necklace and earrings!
Thank you!
04 Are you going to the Pirellis’ party tonight?
Yes, we’re going to the Pirellis’ party tonight.
19 You look different! Did you shave your beard?
Yes, I shaved my beard.
05 We’ll see you then!
Goodbye!
20 This soup is very good!
Thank you!
06 Can I help you?
I tore the pocket of my suit jacket.
21 You speak English very well. How long have
you been studying?
I’ve been studying since we moved here a
month ago.
07 Can you sew it before six o’clock?
Yes, I can sew it before six o’clock.
22 Have you been studying English alone?
No, we’ve both been studying English.
08 This looks like Italian silk.
Yes, it was made in Italy.
09 Achoo!
Bless you!
10 Are you sick?
Yes, I’m sick.
11 Get well soon!
Thank you. Goodbye!
12 What should we make for the party?
I don’t know what we should make for the
party.
13 Is Mrs. Pirelli allergic to anything?
No, she’s not allergic to anything, but she’s a
vegetarian.
14 Is Mr. Pirelli a vegetarian?
No, he’s not a vegetarian, but he’s allergic to
nuts.
15 We can make a vegetable soup with some
Indian spices.
That’s a good idea!
35
Alphabet
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
Index
In this index, each word is followed by the Core Lesson in which it
occurs. The number of times that the word appears in the lesson is
enclosed in parentheses.
En este índice, cada palabra está seguida por la Lección principal en
que aparece. La cantidad de veces que aparece la palabra en cada
lección está entre paréntesis.
In diesem Index steht nach jedem Wort die Hauptlektion, in der das
Wort vorkommt. In Klammern wird angegeben, wie oft ein Wort in einer
Lektion vorkommt.
Dans cet index, chaque mot est suivi de la Leçon principale
correspondante. Le nombre de fois où le mot apparaît dans |chaque
leçon est indiqué entre parenthèses.
In questo indice, ogni parola è seguita dalla Lezione principale
corrispondente. Il numero di volte che la parola appare in ogni lezione
è indicato tra parentesi.
아래 색인에서 단어 뒤에는 그 단어가 나오는 핵심 학습이 나타나
있습니다. 괄호 안의 숫자는 각 단어가 핵심 학습에 나오는 횟수입니다.
この索引では、各単語の後にはコア・レッスンが記されています。ま
た、コア・レッスンに出てくる各単語の使用回数はカッコの中に記され
ています。
在此索引中,每个单词后面都跟着出现该单词的“核心课程”。括号中的
数字是该单词在该课程中所出现的次数。
a
a.m.
able
about
above
achoo
actor
actress
add
address
adult
adults
afraid
Africa
after
afternoon
again
ago
ahead
airplane
airplanes
airport
airports
Alejo
Alice
all
Allen
allergic
almost
alone
already
also
although
always
am
American
an
ancient
and
1.1 (27), 1.2 (18), 1.3 (39), 1.4 (29),
1.5 (3), 2.1 (19), 2.2 (26), 2.3 (43),
2.4 (39), 2.5 (10), 3.1 (24), 3.2 (26),
3.3 (32), 3.4 (40), 3.5 (11), 4.1 (22),
4.2 (16), 4.3 (23), 4.4 (24), 4.5 (6)
1.1 (4), 2.4 (1)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.3 (8), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1),
4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.1 (6), 3.5 (2)
4.5 (1)
2.1 (2)
2.1 (3)
4.4 (2)
1.1 (2)
4.3 (1)
1.1 (2)
3.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.2 (1)
3.3 (4)
1.2 (2)
1.1 (1)
2.5 (1)
2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (4)
4.1 (1)
4.3 (12), 4.5 (3)
2.3 (4)
2.1 (6), 4.5 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.5 (3)
3.2 (5), 4.3 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2),
4.3 (1)
4.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (5), 2.1 (12), 2.2 (15),
2.3 (3), 2.4 (6), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (1),
3.2 (6), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (6), 3.5 (3),
4.3 (3), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.5 (2)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (5),
1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (6),
Anderson
Andy
angry
animal
animals
Antarctica
any
anymore
anything
anyway
apartment
apartments
apple
apples
appointment
architect
architects
are
aren’t
arm
arrived
art
Arthur
artist
Asia
ask
at
ate
Australia
babies
baby
backpack
bad
badly
bake
baked
Baker
baking
39
3.1 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (10), 3.4 (4),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (11), 4.3 (8),
4.4 (8), 4.5 (1)
2.2 (1)
4.4 (2)
3.3 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (3),
4.4 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.3 (1)
2.3 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (3),
3.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.3 (5)
4.5 (2)
3.2 (6)
2.2 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (10)
3.5 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.2 (9), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (1)
2.2 (7)
2.2 (1)
1.1 (21), 1.2 (13), 1.3 (9), 1.4 (10),
1.5 (9), 2.1 (7), 2.2 (12), 2.3 (6),
2.4 (3), 2.5 (7), 3.1 (15), 3.2 (3),
3.3 (12), 3.4 (9), 3.5 (8), 4.1 (3),
4.2 (13), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (10), 4.5 (3)
2.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 4.3 (8), 4.4 (1)
4.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1)
2.5 (1)
2.1 (8), 2.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.2 (11), 2.4 (8), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (13), 3.5 (3),
4.1 (6), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (2)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
2.3 (1)
2.2 (2)
1.2 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (3), 3.1 (1)
2.1 (4)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.2 (2)
4.3 (1)
balcony
ball
balloon
balloons
banana
bananas
band
Barcelona
baseball
Baseball
basketball
bath
bathroom
batteries
battery
be
beach
beans
beard
beards
beautiful
because
bed
Bedran
bedroom
beef
been
before
began
begin
beginning
begins
begun
behind
Benjamin
best
Beth
bicycle
bicycles
bill
bird
birthday
black
blanket
3.1 (4), 3.5 (1)
2.1 (3), 3.4 (1)
3.3 (2)
3.3 (2)
1.3 (1)
3.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
1.2 (1)
1.1 (2)
2.1 (15), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (1)
2.1 (1)
2.1 (11), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (2)
3.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (1)
2.3 (9)
2.3 (13), 3.2 (1)
1.2 (9), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (8),
2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (8), 3.3 (2),
3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2)
1.2 (4), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.4 (1)
4.2 (3), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
4.2 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1),
4.2 (2)
1.2 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (7), 3.2 (2),
3.3 (11), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (13),
4.5 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2)
1.4 (1), 4.4 (6)
1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (6),
4.3 (22), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (4)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (7), 4.5 (2)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (1)
1.2 (1)
1.1 (1)
3.4 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.1 (3)
4.1 (1)
4.4 (2)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (2), 4.3 (1)
1.2 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.4 (8), 1.5 (3)
3.4 (3)
2.2 (2), 3.3 (3), 4.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (2)
bless
blocks
blond
blue
board
boards
boat
boiled
boiling
book
bookshelves
boot
boots
bored
born
both
bottle
bottles
bought
bowl
bowls
box
boxes
boy
boyfriend
boys
bracelet
bracelets
Brazil
bread
breakfast
bricks
bridge
bridges
bring
bringing
brings
brochure
broke
broken
broom
brother
brothers
brought
brown
Brown
bucket
build
building
40
4.3 (5), 4.5 (1)
3.3 (6)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 4.1 (3)
3.2 (2)
3.2 (3)
3.2 (1)
4.4 (4)
4.4 (3)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (4),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (3)
4.2 (1)
4.1 (6), 4.2 (2)
1.2 (8)
3.3 (1)
4.4 (6), 4.5 (1)
1.4 (6)
1.4 (1)
1.3 (4), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.1 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.4 (3)
4.4 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.1 (1)
3.1 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3),
3.1 (2), 3.3 (2), 4.4 (3)
2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (5)
4.2 (1)
4.2 (2)
2.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (3)
3.4 (2)
2.2 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.1 (2)
3.1 (1)
1.1 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.5 (1)
3.3 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.5 (3), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (4)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
3.3 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.4 (1)
3.2 (3), 3.5 (2)
2.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (3)
buildings
built
burn
burned
burning
bus
business
businessman
businessmen
but
butter
button
buttoned
buttoning
buy
buying
by
cabinet
cabinets
cafe
cake
call
called
calling
came
camera
cameras
camping
can
can’t
canyon
car
card
careful
Caroline
carpet
carried
carry
carrying
cars
cast
castle
1.5 (1),
1.5 (4),
4.4 (1)
4.4 (4)
4.4 (1)
1.1 (2),
1.2 (1),
2.4 (1),
3.4 (1)
1.3 (7),
2.3 (8),
3.2 (3),
4.2 (4),
1.4 (1)
4.2 (5)
4.2 (2)
4.2 (2)
1.3 (4),
3.2 (2),
1.1 (1),
3.1 (3)
3.1 (2)
1.1 (1),
2.2 (1),
3.2 (8),
3.5 (1),
3.5 (2),
3.2 (1),
2.3 (8)
2.3 (1)
2.3 (1)
1.1 (1),
2.1 (8),
3.1 (2),
3.5 (3),
4.5 (4)
1.1 (1),
3.2 (1),
2.3 (3)
1.3 (1),
3.3 (5),
4.1 (3)
2.3 (1),
4.4 (1)
2.2 (1)
3.2 (5)
3.4 (1)
1.3 (2)
3.2 (1),
3.4 (2)
4.3 (5)
1.1 (6),
2.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (2)
cat
catch
cathedral
Catherine
cats
caught
cave
caves
ceiling
celebrate
celebrating
cell
century
cereal
chair
championship
charge
charged
charging
check
chicken
child
children
3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
3.4 (3), 4.4 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.2 (2),
2.4 (1), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (1),
3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2),
4.3 (12), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
2.5 (2), 3.3 (3), 4.2 (1)
4.4 (1)
2.2 (7), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.3 (2)
3.1 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (4)
3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
4.1 (2)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (2)
1.3 (2),
2.2 (4),
3.2 (4),
4.1 (6),
1.4 (5),
2.3 (2),
3.3 (1),
4.2 (3),
China
choosing
chose
church
churches
Cindy
city
Clancy
Clark
clean
1.5 (2),
2.5 (1),
3.4 (5),
4.4 (5),
1.2 (1), 1.3 (8), 2.1 (2),
3.3 (1), 4.3 (6)
cleaned
cleaners
cleaning
client
clients
climb
climbed
climbing
clock
close
closed
closet
closing
clothes
2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 3.2 (4),
3.4 (13), 4.2 (2)
3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.3 (1),
4.1 (1)
1.3 (1), 1.5 (5), 3.3 (1)
clothing
41
2.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.1 (7), 1.3 (1)
3.5 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.3 (4)
2.4 (1)
2.3 (11)
2.3 (2)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (2)
2.2 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.3 (6), 3.4 (1)
1.3 (18), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4)
4.4 (4)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (8), 3.1 (1)
2.3 (2)
2.3 (3)
2.3 (1)
2.4 (2)
1.4 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (7)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (3), 4.1 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (1),
3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
4.1 (1)
2.2 (1)
1.2 (2)
4.1 (1)
1.5 (2), 2.1 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.2 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.2 (1)
3.3 (1)
4.1 (4), 4.3 (1)
2.3 (1)
2.2 (3), 2.5 (2)
2.2 (4)
2.3 (1), 2.4 (4), 3.3 (2)
3.3 (2)
2.3 (1), 3.3 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
3.1 (4), 3.4 (2)
1.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
3.1 (10)
3.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (9),
4.2 (3)
3.3 (1)
coat
coats
coffee
cold
color
colors
come
coming
company
computer
concert
congratulations
contact
continents
cook
cooking
coral
cost
costs
costumes
cotton
couch
coughed
coughing
countries
country
cream
credit
cross
crossing
crosswalk
crutches
cry
crying
cup
cups
curly
cut
cutting
da Vinci
dad
dairy
damaged
dancing
dangerous
dark
date
daughter
day
days
dead
2.1 (1), 3.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
3.1 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (2),
1.3 (2), 3.3 (2)
1.3 (2), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.5 (1)
2.2 (2), 2.3 (2), 3.3 (1),
2.4 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
4.2 (3)
2.3 (1)
2.4 (1)
3.2 (1)
2.3 (4)
1.1 (5), 1.5 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.5 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.2 (1)
4.2 (3)
1.4 (1)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (12)
1.1 (1)
1.2 (9), 4.2 (1)
4.4 (5)
4.1 (3)
1.2 (9)
3.4 (4)
3.4 (4)
4.3 (4), 4.5 (2)
4.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
3.1 (3), 4.4 (2)
4.4 (1)
4.2 (5)
4.4 (3)
2.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (1)
3.2 (1)
4.4 (5)
3.2 (7), 3.5 (2)
4.2 (1)
2.3 (3)
2.3 (11), 3.5 (2)
2.2 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 3.3 (2),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (2)
4.3 (6)
2.3 (6)
degrees
deliver
delivered
delivering
delivery
deodorant
desert
design
designed
designing
designs
desk
dessert
dictionary
did
4.2 (2)
4.1 (1)
3.4 (1)
didn’t
different
difficult
dinner
dirty
dishes
do
doctor
doctors
does
doesn’t
dog
dogs
doll
dollars
dolls
don’t
door
doors
down
downtown
draw
drawer
drawers
drawing
4.1 (3),
42
2.3 (1),
2.4 (2)
2.4 (6)
2.4 (4)
2.4 (6),
4.2 (4)
2.3 (2)
2.2 (3)
2.2 (7)
2.2 (2)
2.2 (3),
2.3 (1),
1.4 (1),
3.1 (1)
1.2 (2),
2.2 (1),
3.2 (1),
4.3 (1),
1.2 (1),
3.1 (3),
3.1 (1),
1.3 (1),
1.3 (1),
4.1 (1),
2.1 (1),
3.1 (1)
1.1 (1),
1.5 (3),
3.1 (1),
4.2 (1),
2.2 (1),
2.2 (1)
1.1 (6),
2.3 (1),
1.2 (1),
4.1 (1)
1.3 (1),
3.3 (4)
1.1 (4),
3.3 (1),
1.2 (6),
3.1 (1),
3.5 (1),
4.5 (1)
3.1 (5),
3.1 (1)
2.2 (2),
2.4 (1)
1.3 (3)
3.1 (6),
3.1 (1),
1.3 (4),
4.3 (2)
2.5 (1)
2.5 (1)
4.1 (1)
4.4 (1)
1.4 (2),
2.4 (3),
3.3 (1),
4.5 (1)
2.2 (1),
3.3 (1),
3.5 (1),
3.2 (1),
1.4 (1),
4.2 (3),
4.1 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.5 (2), 3.1 (4),
3.4 (1), 3.5 (1),
1.2 (5),
2.1 (4),
3.2 (1),
4.4 (2)
2.4 (1),
1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
2.3 (2), 2.5 (3),
3.3 (6), 3.5 (2),
2.4 (2),
4.2 (1),
4.2 (1),
4.1 (1),
2.4 (1),
4.4 (5)
2.5 (1),
4.4 (1)
4.5 (1)
4.3 (1)
3.3 (2),
3.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.4 (4), 1.5 (3), 3.5 (1)
3.2 (4)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1),
4.3 (1)
1.4 (1),
4.2 (1)
2.1 (1),
3.2 (4),
4.2 (2),
4.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.4 (1),
3.3 (4), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (4), 4.4 (2),
3.2 (3), 3.4 (3), 4.1 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1)
2.1 (2), 3.1 (1)
drawn
dress
dresses
drew
drink
drinking
drive
drives
driving
drove
drunk
dry
Dry
dryer
ducks
during
dye
dyed
dying
e-mail
ear
earrings
eat
eaten
eating
egg
eggs
eight
eighteenth
either
elbow
electrician
electricity
elevator
eleventh
Ellis
embarrassed
Emi
employee
employees
empty
engine
engineer
engineers
English
enough
enter
entering
envelope
1.3 (2)
1.3 (1),
2.2 (1),
2.1 (1)
1.4 (3),
3.1 (1)
1.3 (1),
4.2 (1)
2.5 (1),
3.4 (1)
1.3 (2)
4.1 (4),
4.1 (1)
4.1 (3)
1.4 (1)
4.1 (3)
4.2 (1)
4.2 (3),
4.2 (1)
1.1 (2),
4.3 (1)
4.2 (5),
1.3 (6),
3.1 (1),
4.4 (4)
4.3 (1)
1.1 (1),
3.4 (1),
3.3 (1)
4.1 (2),
1.1 (1),
1.3 (4)
4.1 (5),
1.3 (1),
3.2 (7),
3.2 (9),
2.2 (6),
2.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
3.3 (4),
3.1 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.2 (1),
2.4 (1)
3.4 (4)
2.2 (3),
2.2 (7)
2.1 (1),
2.1 (1)
3.4 (2)
3.4 (5)
2.4 (3),
escalator
escalators
Europe
euros
evening
every
everyone
excuse
exit
exiting
expensive
explore
exploring
eye
face
falls
family
4.1 (3), 4.2 (6)
3.1 (1)
4.1 (1)
3.3 (1)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (2)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (1)
famous
far
faster
father
2.4 (1)
4.5 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (1),
faucet
favorite
2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.1 (4), 4.4 (3)
Feldmann
fell
fence
festival
Festival
fever
fields
fifteen
fifteenth
fifth
fifty
fighting
finally
find
fine
fingers
finish
finished
4.4 (7)
1.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.4 (1)
3.1 (1)
3.5 (1)
3.5 (1)
3.4 (1)
3.5 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.5 (2)
3.5 (1), 4.5 (3)
fire
fireplace
first
4.1 (1)
fish
fishing
43
2.2 (3), 3.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.5 (3)
4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.5 (1)
1.4 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (9)
2.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (3)
3.4 (2)
3.4 (6)
1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.3 (3)
2.3 (6)
4.3 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
3.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2)
1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1)
1.2 (6), 1.5 (2)
2.2 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (2),
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (6), 3.5 (2)
1.3 (22), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (2),
3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.2 (2)
3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.4 (2)
1.2 (6)
2.5 (1)
4.3 (11)
2.2 (2)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (1)
1.3 (4), 1.5 (2), 3.2 (1)
2.2 (2)
4.4 (1)
3.3 (8)
2.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
4.2 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1),
4.4 (1)
3.4 (1)
3.1 (4), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (6),
2.4 (7), 2.5 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (4),
4.4 (2)
2.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3)
1.2 (8), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (5)
five
flags
flashlight
flashlights
flat
floor
flour
flower
flowers
fold
folded
folding
follow
following
food
foot
for
forest
forget
forgot
forks
forty
found
four
fourteenth
fourth
France
French
fresh
Friday
fried
friend
friends
from
front
frozen
fruit
frying
full
fun
1.3 (3), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2)
3.1 (1)
2.3 (10)
2.3 (2)
3.4 (5), 3.5 (1)
2.2 (15), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (3),
3.4 (1)
4.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (5), 4.3 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (6)
1.4 (7), 3.4 (1)
1.4 (3)
1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
1.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (5), 1.4 (17),
1.5 (2), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (23), 2.3 (5),
2.4 (13), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1),
3.3 (5), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (7),
4.2 (7), 4.3 (13), 4.4 (11), 4.5 (3)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1)
3.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2),
4.1 (1)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (3)
1.4 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (2)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (1)
2.2 (2)
3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.4 (2)
1.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.4 (5)
1.1 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (3),
4.3 (1)
1.1 (7), 1.2 (6), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1),
2.3 (1), 2.4 (12), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (2),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (1)
1.2 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.4 (9)
2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.2 (12), 1.5 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
game
games
garden
gardens
garlic
gave
George
Germany
get
gift
girl
girlfriend
girls
give
given
gives
giving
glass
glasses
glove
gloves
go
goes
going
gold
golf
good
goodbye
got
grandfather
grandmother
grandpa
gray
green
grill
grilled
grilling
grocery
44
2.1 (5), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (4), 4.1 (2),
4.2 (1)
4.3 (1)
4.1 (1)
1.5 (3), 2.2 (1)
1.4 (3)
1.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.4 (1)
1.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.2 (3), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3),
2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (4),
4.5 (1)
1.3 (5), 3.3 (1)
1.2 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (1),
3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (3)
2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (1)
2.4 (1)
1.4 (2), 3.2 (1)
1.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (5), 4.2 (2)
1.1 (13), 1.2 (10), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (11),
1.5 (1), 2.2 (5), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (3), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (2)
2.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (11), 1.5 (2),
2.1 (3), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (3),
3.1 (5), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.1 (2), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (4),
4.5 (2)
4.2 (3)
1.3 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1)
1.4 (7), 1.5 (4), 2.1 (4), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (3),
4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
4.5 (2)
2.1 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.4 (2), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (2)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2)
4.4 (1)
4.4 (8)
4.4 (2)
2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1)
guest
guide
guidebook
guitar
guitars
Gunther
had
hair
half
hallway
hand
hands
hang
hanging
hangs
happen
happened
happy
has
hat
have
haven’t
having
he
he’ll
he’s
head
headphones
heal
healed
healing
heals
hear
hears
hello
helmet
2.1 (1)
1.1 (8), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (2)
1.1 (4), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.3 (1)
2.5 (2)
1.2 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (1),
4.3 (3), 4.4 (8)
2.2 (1), 4.2 (21), 4.3 (1)
1.2 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (4)
1.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (2)
3.1 (4)
3.1 (12)
3.1 (1)
4.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.2 (4)
1.3 (4), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.2 (5), 3.4 (3), 4.2 (10),
4.3 (7)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.2 (3), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (3),
2.1 (8), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (2),
2.5 (6), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (5), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (9), 3.5 (4), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (10),
4.3 (25), 4.4 (8), 4.5 (2)
2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.2 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (5), 1.4 (2), 2.1 (5),
2.2 (3), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (8), 3.1 (10),
3.2 (5), 3.3 (3), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (15),
4.2 (8), 4.3 (5), 4.4 (1)
2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.2 (10), 1.3 (8), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (4),
2.2 (3), 2.3 (8), 2.4 (7), 3.1 (8),
3.2 (6), 3.3 (8), 3.4 (5), 4.1 (17),
4.2 (6), 4.3 (8), 4.4 (9), 4.5 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
3.3 (7)
4.3 (2)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (2)
4.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.1 (11)
2.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (4), 3.2 (1),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.5 (2)
3.3 (3)
helmets
help
helping
Henry
her
here
here’s
hi
hiking
him
Hiro
his
history
hobbies
hobby
hockey
holding
home
hood
hope
horse
horses
hospital
hot
hotel
hour
hours
house
houses
how
hundred
hung
hungry
hurt
45
3.3 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1),
4.5 (1)
3.3 (1)
2.2 (1)
1.2 (2), 1.3 (7), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (4),
2.4 (9), 2.5 (5), 3.1 (11), 3.3 (10),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (18), 4.2 (11), 4.3 (4),
4.4 (1)
1.1 (6), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (12),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.1 (3),
3.5 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (5), 4.5 (1)
1.4 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
1.2 (10), 1.3 (1), 2.3 (3), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (2)
3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2)
2.1 (2)
1.2 (2), 1.3 (8), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (8),
2.3 (6), 2.4 (4), 3.1 (10), 3.2 (3),
3.3 (8), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (20), 4.2 (19),
4.3 (7), 4.4 (4)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (1)
2.1 (2)
2.1 (5), 2.5 (2)
2.1 (8), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.2 (4), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
3.4 (3)
1.4 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (1)
1.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (2),
4.3 (1)
4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (8), 1.5 (2), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1),
2.4 (4), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (2),
3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 3.1 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.2 (9), 1.4 (10), 1.5 (5),
2.1 (2), 3.2 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2),
4.3 (5), 4.5 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
3.1 (4), 4.1 (2)
3.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
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husband
I
I’ll
I’m
i’ve
I’ve
ice
idea
ideas
if
important
in
incorrectly
India
Indian
inexpensive
insect
insects
inside
instead
instrument
interesting
intersection
into
iron
ironed
ironing
irons
is
4.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.2 (15), 1.3 (20), 1.4 (19),
1.5 (7), 2.1 (25), 2.2 (13), 2.3 (6),
2.4 (16), 2.5 (12), 3.1 (20), 3.2 (17),
3.3 (26), 3.4 (7), 3.5 (11), 4.1 (18),
4.2 (15), 4.3 (31), 4.4 (15), 4.5 (10)
1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (3), 3.4 (1),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (1),
4.4 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (8), 1.5 (2),
2.1 (6), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (4),
2.5 (5), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (9), 3.3 (12),
3.4 (10), 3.5 (5), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (4),
4.3 (27), 4.4 (9), 4.5 (2)
2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (3),
4.3 (4), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.3 (2), 4.3 (2)
1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2),
4.4 (5)
2.1 (18), 2.2 (7), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (3),
2.5 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.1 (3), 2.5 (1)
2.1 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (3),
4.3 (3), 4.4 (2)
2.2 (1)
1.1 (17), 1.2 (17), 1.3 (15), 1.5 (6),
2.1 (12), 2.2 (6), 2.3 (21), 2.4 (9),
2.5 (3), 3.1 (12), 3.2 (9), 3.3 (3),
3.4 (5), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (14), 4.2 (14),
4.3 (6), 4.4 (19), 4.5 (2)
3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
4.5 (1)
2.2 (1)
4.3 (1)
2.3 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
1.3 (12), 2.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.3 (4)
1.5 (1), 3.2 (1)
3.4 (8)
1.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (5), 4.4 (6)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (2)
4.1 (3)
4.1 (1)
1.1 (14), 1.2 (24), 1.3 (18), 1.4 (2),
1.5 (1), 2.1 (25), 2.2 (21), 2.3 (21),
isn’t
it
it’ll
it’s
Italian
Italy
itchy
its
Jack
jacket
jackets
James
January
Japan
Japanese
Jeff
jewelry
Jill
job
John
juice
Julia
jump
jumped
jumping
June
just
key
keys
kilometers
kings
Kingston
kissed
kitchen
kite
kites
knee
knife
knives
46
2.4 (24), 2.5 (10), 3.1 (18), 3.2 (30),
3.3 (13), 3.4 (23), 3.5 (9), 4.1 (9),
4.2 (24), 4.3 (17), 4.4 (21), 4.5 (4)
1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.3 (3)
1.1 (10), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (10), 1.4 (8),
1.5 (9), 2.1 (8), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (4),
2.4 (4), 2.5 (5), 3.2 (10), 3.3 (9),
3.4 (4), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (2),
4.3 (9), 4.4 (8), 4.5 (4)
4.1 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.2 (14), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1),
1.5 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (15),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (3),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (4),
4.4 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.1 (2), 2.5 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.5 (1)
4.3 (4)
1.5 (1)
4.2 (1)
4.1 (13), 4.2 (7), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (1)
2.2 (1)
1.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1)
2.2 (1)
4.2 (1)
4.2 (2)
2.1 (5), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1)
2.4 (2)
4.4 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.4 (1)
2.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
2.2 (1), 3.2 (1)
3.3 (15), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1),
4.5 (1)
3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (2)
3.3 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (1)
1.5 (1)
2.1 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1)
3.3 (2), 4.3 (1)
3.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.4 (2)
4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
know
knows
label
ladder
lake
lamb
lamp
laptop
last
late
laugh
laundromat
leak
leaking
leaks
learn
leather
leave
leaves
leaving
left
leg
lemon
lens
lenses
Leonardo
less
let’s
letter
libraries
library
light
like
liked
likes
listen
listening
live
lived
lives
living
lobby
lock
locked
1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (2),
3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.1 (1)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (4)
2.1 (1)
1.2 (5), 2.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.4 (7), 1.5 (2)
2.3 (4), 3.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.4 (7), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (5),
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.5 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
4.1 (4)
3.5 (1)
3.2 (6), 3.4 (3)
3.5 (1)
2.1 (1)
4.2 (4)
2.2 (3), 2.3 (1)
2.4 (2)
2.2 (1), 2.4 (7)
1.2 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
4.3 (6), 4.5 (1)
1.4 (1)
4.2 (1)
4.2 (2)
2.2 (1)
1.2 (1)
1.1 (6), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.4 (7)
1.2 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1)
2.3 (8)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (6), 1.4 (31),
1.5 (11), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (5), 2.5 (2),
3.2 (4), 3.3 (3), 3.5 (6), 4.2 (3),
4.3 (2), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
1.4 (1), 3.1 (1)
1.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.4 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
3.1 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.3 (1)
2.2 (3), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (2)
3.2 (3), 3.5 (2)
3.2 (6), 3.5 (2)
locker
lockers
London
long
look
looked
looking
looks
lost
lot
Lou
loud
love
loves
lunch
machine
made
magazine
mail
mailbox
mailboxes
make
makes
makeup
making
man
manager
many
map
marry
Mary
matter
May
me
mean
measuring
meat
mechanic
medicine
meet
47
1.3 (3), 3.2 (3)
1.3 (3), 2.1 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (2),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (6), 3.5 (2),
4.2 (1), 4.5 (2)
3.5 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (4),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (6),
4.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1),
3.4 (4), 4.3 (2)
2.1 (1)
1.2 (6), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.2 (2), 4.1 (6)
4.1 (3)
2.2 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (26),
4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.1 (2), 2.3 (1)
2.4 (9)
2.4 (5), 3.1 (1)
2.5 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (3),
4.5 (3)
4.2 (7), 4.3 (1)
4.2 (8)
4.2 (4), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.1 (1)
3.1 (3), 3.3 (3), 4.3 (4)
3.2 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (7), 1.4 (9), 2.1 (5),
2.2 (4), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (4), 3.1 (5),
3.2 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (6), 4.1 (2),
4.2 (12), 4.3 (7), 4.4 (1)
3.1 (7)
3.2 (1)
4.4 (15)
3.4 (5), 3.5 (2)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (6), 3.1 (2), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1)
meeting
men
menu
menus
message
Mexico
mile
miles
milk
mine
minutes
miss
misses
Monday
money
month
months
moon
mop
more
morning
mosque
most
mother
motorboat
motorboats
motorcycle
motorcycles
mountain
mountains
move
moved
movie
moving
Mr.
Mrs.
Ms.
much
museum
museums
mushrooms
music
mustache
my
2.2 (2),
1.2 (2),
1.4 (5)
1.4 (1)
2.2 (7)
1.2 (1),
1.2 (5)
1.2 (5),
1.3 (2),
2.3 (1),
1.1 (1),
4.4 (1)
3.1 (5)
3.1 (3)
1.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
3.1 (2),
2.2 (1),
1.1 (1),
3.2 (3)
1.1 (2),
1.1 (1),
2.4 (1),
4.1 (1),
1.1 (1)
1.5 (2),
1.2 (2),
3.1 (5),
4.2 (2),
1.2 (1)
1.2 (1)
1.2 (1),
1.2 (2)
3.3 (5)
1.2 (3),
3.1 (4)
3.1 (4),
4.5 (1)
1.2 (1),
3.2 (1),
3.1 (3),
2.2 (2),
2.2 (2),
2.2 (3),
1.1 (5),
1.1 (9),
2.1 (1)
1.4 (6),
1.3 (1),
3.4 (1)
4.2 (3)
1.1 (3),
3.3 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.2 (1)
name
3.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
Naomi
napkin
napkins
Naret
nauseated
near
3.3 (1)
4.4 (6)
3.1 (1)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1),
necklace
necklaces
need
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.5 (1)
4.3 (1)
3.4 (2)
1.3 (1),
1.2 (2),
3.1 (1),
4.2 (1),
needs
neighbor
neighbors
neither
never
new
4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.5 (4), 2.2 (1),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.3 (6)
4.1 (1)
1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.2 (2),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.4 (1)
New York
news
newspaper
newspapers
next
1.3 (1), 2.2 (2)
nice
night
nine
nineteenth
ninety
no
3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (2),
1.3 (2),
4.1 (2),
3.5 (1)
2.4 (3),
4.5 (1)
2.4 (2)
1.4 (1),
1.3 (6),
2.3 (1), 3.1 (2),
4.2 (3), 4.4 (1)
nor
not
4.1 (2), 4.5 (1)
1.5 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.4 (1)
now
1.5 (1), 2.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
number
nut
nuts
o’clock
ocean
1.3 (17), 1.5 (3), 2.1 (14),
48
2.2 (12), 2.3 (8), 2.4 (12), 2.5 (8),
3.1 (15), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (14), 3.4 (6),
3.5 (2), 4.1 (10), 4.2 (25), 4.3 (16),
4.4 (5), 4.5 (4)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.4 (14),
2.5 (6), 3.1 (2)
2.2 (1)
2.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
1.2 (2)
4.3 (4)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.3 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
4.2 (4), 4.5 (1)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (2), 3.2 (4),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.4 (1), 2.3 (1)
3.1 (6)
3.1 (3), 3.5 (4)
4.1 (4), 4.4 (7)
2.3 (1), 4.4 (4)
2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (9),
3.3 (3), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.4 (1)
1.1 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (1),
4.2 (3), 4.4 (2)
3.1 (9), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
1.5 (1)
1.3 (1), 1.4 (1)
4.3 (1)
1.2 (3), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (3),
2.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (4), 3.3 (2),
3.4 (7), 3.5 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2),
4.5 (3)
4.1 (4), 4.4 (7)
1.1 (3), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (1),
3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2),
4.5 (2)
1.4 (2), 2.1 (4), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (5),
4.3 (5), 4.4 (3)
1.1 (1)
4.4 (1)
4.4 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.5 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.5 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (3), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
of
off
office
Ogpin Street
oil
okay
old
on
once
one
onions
only
open
opened
opening
or
orange
oranges
order
ordered
other
our
out
outlet
outside
oven
over
p.m.
package
packed
paint
painted
painting
1.1 (9), 1.3 (17), 1.4 (8), 1.5 (5),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (6), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (13), 3.1 (5), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (4),
3.4 (1), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (18), 4.3 (2),
4.4 (4), 4.5 (1)
2.3 (8), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (1),
4.3 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.2 (7), 2.4 (7), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.4 (3), 3.5 (1)
1.2 (1)
3.4 (5)
1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (8), 1.2 (9), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (17), 2.3 (11), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (8), 3.2 (6), 3.3 (4),
3.4 (9), 4.1 (13), 4.2 (13), 4.3 (5),
4.4 (2), 4.5 (2)
2.2 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (4), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (2),
3.3 (4), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.4 (5), 1.5 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.2 (2), 2.5 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (2)
3.1 (5), 4.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
1.4 (6), 3.4 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (5),
4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
4.1 (1)
4.4 (1)
1.4 (19), 1.5 (2), 2.4 (2), 3.4 (1)
1.4 (2), 4.1 (1)
3.5 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.5 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (2),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (3),
4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2)
3.2 (6)
2.2 (2), 2.3 (5), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
2.4 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.4 (4), 3.3 (8)
1.1 (4), 2.4 (1)
2.4 (21), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
3.1 (1)
1.3 (4), 4.4 (2)
1.3 (3), 2.2 (3), 3.3 (1)
1.3 (15), 2.1 (4), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (2),
2.5 (3), 3.1 (4)
paintings
palace
pan
pants
paper
parents
Paris
park
parking
party
passed
passing
pasta
pay
paying
pen
people
perfume
person
phone
phones
photo
photographer
photography
photos
piano
pianos
pick
picking
pie
pink
pipe
pipes
Pirelli
pizza
place
plant
plants
plate
plates
play
played
player
players
playing
49
1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.5 (6)
1.1 (9), 1.2 (2), 1.5 (6), 2.5 (1),
4.2 (1)
4.4 (7)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
2.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
1.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
1.3 (1)
3.4 (4)
3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (4)
3.4 (1)
3.4 (3)
1.4 (5), 4.4 (3)
3.2 (1)
1.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.1 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (1),
2.1 (3), 2.2 (3), 3.4 (1)
4.2 (3)
1.1 (1), 2.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.3 (6)
2.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1),
2.4 (1), 2.5 (4), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.1 (1)
2.3 (6)
2.5 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.3 (4), 2.5 (2), 4.1 (1),
4.2 (1)
2.1 (2), 3.3 (1)
1.3 (1)
2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.4 (4)
2.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
3.2 (5), 3.5 (3)
3.2 (4), 3.4 (1)
2.5 (2), 4.5 (2)
1.4 (4), 2.4 (2), 4.4 (2)
1.5 (2), 2.2 (1)
4.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 3.1 (1)
1.4 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.1 (9), 2.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (2),
3.3 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (7)
2.1 (3), 2.2 (1)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (9), 3.1 (2),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.3 (4)
please
plumber
pocket
pockets
police officer
pool
pork
post
postal
postcard
postcards
poster
pot
potatoes
pour
pouring
practice
practicing
prefer
Prescott
present
presenting
probably
problem
problems
produce
purple
purse
purses
put
puts
putting
puzzle
question
questions
quiet
race
radio
rain
raining
ran
rash
read
reading
reads
1.1 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (20), 1.5 (4),
2.2 (2), 2.3 (3), 2.4 (6), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (5), 3.4 (6), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2),
4.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
3.2 (7), 3.5 (3)
4.1 (5), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.2 (1)
1.4 (1)
1.4 (7), 4.4 (2)
2.4 (6)
2.4 (14), 2.5 (2)
1.3 (3), 2.4 (3)
1.3 (5)
1.3 (8)
4.4 (4)
4.4 (1)
4.4 (3)
4.4 (6)
3.5 (1)
4.3 (1)
3.3 (10)
2.1 (1)
2.2 (2)
2.2 (7)
2.1 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (1)
3.4 (12), 3.5 (3)
3.4 (1)
4.4 (5)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (5),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.4 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 4.1 (9),
4.2 (3)
3.3 (4)
3.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.4 (1)
1.2 (13), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.1 (5), 4.4 (1)
2.1 (3), 2.3 (1)
1.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (2)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
4.1 (1)
4.3 (7)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.1 (1)
2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.1 (3), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (1)
ready
really
Rebecca
receive
received
receptionist
receptionists
red
reef
refrigerator
remember
remembered
rent
repair
repaired
repairing
repeat
replace
replaced
replacing
restaurant
restroom
return
returned
returning
returns
reynolds
Reynolds
rice
Richards
Richardson
ride
riding
right
ring
rings
river
rode
Rome
roof
roofs
room
rope
ropes
Rose
rowboat
rowboats
ruins
ruler
run
50
1.4 (5), 2.1 (1), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (2)
2.4 (8), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.5 (1)
2.2 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1),
4.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
2.3 (4)
2.3 (1), 3.1 (1)
2.4 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.3 (2)
3.5 (2)
3.2 (2), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (2)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.2 (4), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.5 (1)
3.4 (3), 3.5 (3)
3.2 (6), 3.3 (1)
3.2 (2), 3.4 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (3), 3.4 (2)
2.4 (9), 2.5 (2), 3.2 (1)
2.4 (1), 3.2 (1)
2.4 (1)
2.4 (1), 3.2 (1)
2.4 (1)
2.4 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.4 (3)
2.4 (3)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (1)
1.2 (4), 3.3 (2)
1.2 (2), 3.2 (1), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (1),
4.1 (3), 4.4 (1)
4.2 (4)
4.2 (1)
2.3 (5), 3.4 (1)
3.2 (1)
2.1 (1)
3.2 (4)
3.2 (1)
1.4 (1), 2.3 (1)
2.3 (4)
2.3 (2)
3.1 (1)
1.2 (3), 1.3 (2)
1.2 (1)
1.1 (10), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.5 (2)
2.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
running
runs
Russia
Russian
sad
said
sailboat
sailed
salad
salt
same
sandwich
sandwiches
Sara
sat
Saturday
Saturdays
sauce
saw
say
says
scarf
school
science
scientist
scientists
screwdriver
screwdrivers
sculpture
sculptures
seafood
seat
seated
second
section
see
seen
sees
sell
sells
send
sending
sent
seven
seventeen
seventeenth
seventy
sew
sewed
sewing
3.3 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
4.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.1 (1)
4.2 (2)
3.4 (1), 3.5 (1)
1.2 (2)
3.2 (1)
1.4 (2), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (3)
4.4 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.3 (1)
1.4 (1)
2.4 (2)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.4 (10), 4.4 (3)
1.5 (3)
2.2 (2), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.1 (12), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (5), 4.3 (1)
4.1 (4), 4.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (4), 3.2 (4),
4.3 (2)
2.3 (1)
2.3 (5), 2.5 (2)
2.3 (2)
1.1 (1)
3.1 (2)
1.3 (9), 2.5 (2)
1.3 (1)
1.4 (7), 1.5 (2), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (5)
3.1 (1)
1.4 (5), 1.5 (1)
2.2 (3), 3.4 (2)
4.4 (13)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1),
2.4 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.1 (1)
4.4 (1)
4.2 (1)
2.4 (2), 2.5 (3), 3.3 (1)
2.4 (4)
2.4 (1)
4.3 (3)
1.1 (2)
1.3 (2)
4.2 (1)
4.1 (2), 4.5 (2)
4.1 (1)
4.1 (4)
sews
share
sharing
shave
shaved
shaving
she
she’ll
she’s
sheet
sheets
shirt
shoe
shoes
shop
short
should
shouldn’t
show
showing
sick
sidewalk
sign
signed
signing
signs
silk
Silom
silver
since
singer
sink
sister
sisters
sit
sits
sitting
six
sixteen
51
4.1 (1)
3.3 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (7)
4.2 (3), 4.5 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (3), 2.1 (3),
2.2 (6), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (5), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (5), 3.4 (1),
3.5 (2), 4.1 (10), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (8)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.5 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (12), 2.1 (5),
2.2 (4), 2.3 (4), 2.4 (8), 3.1 (7),
3.2 (2), 3.3 (8), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1),
4.1 (18), 4.2 (10), 4.3 (9), 4.4 (2),
4.5 (1)
4.2 (2)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (12),
4.2 (9)
4.1 (1)
2.2 (2), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (5)
4.2 (6)
1.1 (1), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (1), 2.5 (4),
3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1),
4.5 (2)
1.3 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.3 (4), 1.5 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (4), 4.3 (1)
2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.3 (1),
4.3 (13), 4.5 (2)
3.4 (3)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.4 (7), 2.5 (1)
2.4 (1)
2.4 (3)
3.3 (1)
4.2 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (1)
4.2 (3)
2.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.3 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.3 (1)
3.2 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.2 (1)
1.3 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.5 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 4.3 (2),
4.5 (2)
1.1 (2)
sixteenth
skateboard
skates
skating
skiing
sledding
sleep
sleeping
sleeps
slept
small
smelling
smells
smile
smiled
Smith
sneeze
sneezed
sneezes
sneezing
snorkeling
snow
snowing
so
soccer
sock
socks
soda
sold
some
someone
something
sometimes
son
sons
soon
sorry
soup
South America
Spain
speak
spices
spicy
spoon
spoons
stadium
stairs
1.5 (1)
3.3 (10), 3.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.2 (1)
1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (1)
1.2 (9), 4.2 (1)
1.2 (10)
2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (3)
1.2 (1), 2.2 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.3 (1)
1.2 (1), 3.3 (1)
2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1)
2.1 (2)
4.2 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.4 (2)
4.3 (4)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (1)
4.3 (7)
1.2 (6), 1.3 (1), 2.3 (1)
3.4 (1)
1.2 (1)
1.3 (7), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (3),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
2.1 (3), 4.1 (1)
4.1 (1)
3.1 (1), 4.1 (2)
1.4 (5)
4.4 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3),
4.1 (1), 4.4 (4)
1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (5), 2.4 (2),
2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (2)
1.2 (4), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1)
1.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3),
4.4 (2)
1.2 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.5 (2)
1.3 (3), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.5 (1),
3.4 (3), 3.5 (2)
1.4 (4), 4.5 (4)
1.1 (1)
1.1 (1)
4.5 (1)
4.4 (4), 4.5 (1)
1.4 (1)
4.4 (3), 4.5 (2)
3.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (4)
2.2 (4)
stamp
stamps
standing
staying
still
stir
stirring
stirs
stop
stoplight
stopped
stopping
store
stove
straight
street
Street
student
students
study
studying
stuffed
sugar
suit
suitcase
suitcases
suits
Sunday
surprise
surprised
sweater
swim
swimming
swollen
table
take
taken
taking
talking
Tan
Tanaka
taste
tastes
tasting
taught
taxi
tea
teach
52
2.4 (1)
2.4 (2),
2.1 (1),
3.2 (2),
4.3 (8)
4.4 (2),
4.4 (6)
4.4 (1)
3.4 (5),
3.4 (6)
3.4 (1)
3.4 (2)
2.2 (2),
4.1 (2),
2.3 (2),
1.2 (1),
3.2 (1),
1.2 (4)
3.1 (2)
1.4 (1),
2.3 (1)
2.1 (1),
4.3 (5),
3.3 (4)
4.4 (1)
2.1 (1),
3.2 (1)
1.1 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.2 (1)
3.3 (3)
3.3 (3)
3.2 (1),
4.3 (2)
1.4 (1)
4.3 (4)
1.4 (6),
1.2 (5),
2.3 (2),
4.3 (1)
1.3 (2),
1.1 (3),
1.2 (2),
2.2 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.4 (4),
1.4 (4),
2.1 (2)
1.3 (2),
3.3 (1),
4.4 (1)
1.1 (1)
2.5 (2)
2.2 (1)
4.3 (1)
4.5 (2)
4.3 (2)
2.4 (2),
4.2 (1),
3.2 (1),
3.4 (2),
3.3 (1),
3.1 (7), 3.5 (2),
4.4 (1)
4.4 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (5)
3.4 (3)
2.2 (3)
2.3 (3), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (2),
4.5 (4)
4.1 (3), 4.5 (1)
4.1 (1), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (2)
1.5 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.2 (1),
2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.5 (1)
2.3 (2), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (5)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (2)
1.5 (2)
1.5 (2)
2.1 (1)
3.4 (1)
teacher
teachers
teaching
team
tearing
television
temperature
temple
ten
tennis
tent
tenth
than
thank
that
that’s
the
theater
their
them
then
there
there’s
thermometer
these
they
they’ll
they’re
1.4 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (3), 3.1 (1)
3.1 (1)
2.1 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
1.3 (3), 2.1 (8), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1)
4.1 (2)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (4), 2.3 (2), 3.1 (1),
3.2 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.3 (1)
1.5 (2)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.4 (7), 1.5 (2), 2.1 (3),
2.2 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2),
3.1 (3), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (1),
4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5), 4.4 (1),
4.5 (4)
1.1 (12), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (1),
1.5 (4), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (4), 2.3 (3),
2.5 (4), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (9), 3.4 (2),
3.5 (9), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (6),
4.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (1),
4.5 (1)
1.1 (50), 1.2 (44), 1.3 (31), 1.4 (31),
1.5 (26), 2.1 (52), 2.2 (39), 2.3 (40),
2.4 (54), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (64), 3.2 (57),
3.3 (43), 3.4 (66), 3.5 (28), 4.1 (41),
4.2 (23), 4.3 (11), 4.4 (57), 4.5 (9)
1.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
1.4 (3), 2.2 (4), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (2),
3.3 (5), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (2)
2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (1),
4.2 (2), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (2)
2.1 (4), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
1.3 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.4 (5), 3.5 (2), 4.2 (1)
2.2 (2), 3.2 (4), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (2),
4.1 (1)
2.3 (1)
1.1 (5), 1.2 (2), 2.1 (1), 2.2 (7),
2.3 (1), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.3 (2),
4.1 (2), 4.2 (12)
1.2 (1), 2.2 (3), 3.1 (3), 3.2 (3),
3.3 (4), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3),
4.4 (3)
2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (5), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.2 (3), 2.3 (6), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (2),
they’ve
think
thinks
third
thirsty
this
those
thought
thousand
three
through
throw
throwing
tickets
tie
tiger
Tigers
time
times
tip
tire
tired
tires
to
today
together
tomato
tomatoes
tomorrow
tonight
too
took
tore
53
3.2 (1), 3.3 (7), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (3),
4.4 (2)
3.2 (1)
1.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 3.1 (1),
3.5 (4), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (5)
2.1 (1)
1.3 (2), 2.2 (3)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (16), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (21), 1.5 (6),
2.1 (9), 2.2 (18), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (7),
2.5 (6), 3.1 (6), 3.2 (17), 3.3 (9),
3.4 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (9), 4.2 (19),
4.3 (12), 4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.5 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (2),
3.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (2)
1.4 (1), 2.3 (1), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (2)
3.4 (4)
2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.1 (1)
2.4 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
3.3 (1)
1.3 (1)
2.2 (3), 4.4 (1)
1.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.4 (3)
3.4 (9), 3.5 (1)
2.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.2 (1)
3.4 (3)
1.1 (26), 1.2 (20), 1.3 (23), 1.4 (34),
1.5 (12), 2.1 (23), 2.2 (19), 2.3 (6),
2.4 (29), 2.5 (3), 3.1 (32), 3.2 (25),
3.3 (22), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (8), 4.1 (17),
4.2 (14), 4.3 (25), 4.4 (16), 4.5 (5)
1.1 (8), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 1.5 (5),
2.1 (3), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1),
3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (2)
2.1 (6), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.4 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.3 (1)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 4.1 (1),
4.2 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
1.2 (1), 1.3 (2), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (3)
1.3 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.1 (3)
4.1 (3), 4.5 (1)
torn
touching
tour
tourists
4.1 (3)
2.1 (2)
1.1 (14), 1.4 (1), 1.5 (3)
1.1 (12), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1)
tours
1.1 (2), 1.5 (1)
toward
3.4 (4), 3.5 (1)
towel
3.1 (1)
towels
3.1 (1), 3.3 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
toy
1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (4),
3.5 (2)
toys
3.3 (1)
trail
1.2 (6)
train
1.1 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.4 (1),
4.1 (1)
trash
3.1 (1), 3.2 (2)
travel
2.3 (1)
traveled
1.1 (2), 4.4 (1)
traveling
1.1 (10), 2.1 (3), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
travels
1.1 (1)
tree
2.4 (2)
tried
2.4 (4), 3.3 (2)
trunk
3.4 (5)
try
4.1 (1)
trying
2.4 (3), 3.1 (2), 4.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
Tuesday
1.2 (2), 4.3 (1)
Tuesdays
1.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
tunnel
3.4 (10)
turn
1.2 (3), 2.3 (7), 3.2 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (6), 4.1 (3)
turned
2.3 (4)
turning
2.3 (4), 3.4 (1)
twelfth
2.2 (1)
twelve
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1)
twentieth
1.3 (6)
twenty
1.1 (2), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.2 (1)
two
1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (1),
1.5 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
type
1.3 (4), 3.1 (1), 4.2 (1)
ugly
3.2 (1)
umbrella
2.1 (1), 3.3 (1)
umbrellas
3.1 (1)
unbuttoned
4.2 (1)
under
1.1 (2), 3.1 (5), 3.5 (2)
United Kingdom 4.2 (1), 4.4 (1)
United States
1.1 (1), 3.2 (2), 3.5 (3), 4.2 (1)
unlocked
3.2 (6), 3.5 (1)
until
3.2 (8), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.3 (1)
unzip
4.2 (1)
up
2.2 (1), 2.4 (5), 3.3 (7), 3.4 (1), 4.1 (1)
us
use
used
uses
using
vacation
vacuuming
van
vegetable
vegetables
vegetarian
vegetarians
very
video
violins
visit
visited
visiting
volcano
wait
waiting
waitress
walk
walking
wall
wallet
want
wanted
was
wash
washing
wasn’t
watch
watched
watches
watching
water
waterfall
waterfalls
54
1.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (2)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.2 (2),
4.4 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
2.3 (1), 3.2 (2)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (2), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
2.4 (6), 2.5 (1)
1.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
3.4 (1), 4.4 (11)
4.4 (8), 4.5 (3)
4.4 (2)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (2),
1.5 (3), 2.1 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (2),
4.1 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
3.3 (4), 4.3 (1)
4.2 (1)
1.1 (3), 1.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 3.1 (1)
2.3 (2), 2.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.2 (2), 3.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
3.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.5 (1), 4.3 (2)
2.2 (1), 3.4 (3), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (2),
4.3 (1)
3.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
4.1 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.5 (1)
1.2 (8), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (3), 3.1 (2),
3.2 (2), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (14), 1.5 (9), 2.1 (10),
2.2 (13), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (2),
3.1 (3), 3.2 (10), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
3.5 (2), 4.1 (16), 4.2 (6), 4.3 (3),
4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
2.1 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.1 (4)
2.4 (1), 3.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1),
4.2 (1)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.1 (1)
1.3 (3), 3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.1 (2),
4.3 (1)
1.4 (4), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (2),
3.2 (1), 3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.3 (3), 2.5 (2)
2.5 (3)
we
we’ll
we’re
we’ve
wear
wearing
wears
website
wedding
Wednesday
week
weeks
weighing
welcome
well
went
were
wet
what
what’s
when
where
where’s
which
while
white
who
who’s
1.1 (6), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 1.4 (4),
1.5 (5), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (3),
3.1 (5), 3.2 (8), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (6),
3.5 (5), 4.1 (5), 4.3 (1), 4.4 (6),
4.5 (4)
2.1 (2), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.5 (1), 4.1 (1), 4.4 (3), 4.5 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.1 (1),
2.3 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.3 (1),
3.4 (1), 3.5 (3), 4.2 (1), 4.4 (2),
4.5 (1)
2.3 (1), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (1), 4.1 (6), 4.2 (3)
1.2 (1), 2.1 (2), 2.3 (1), 3.3 (1),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (7), 4.3 (1)
4.1 (1)
1.1 (4)
4.1 (1)
2.2 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2),
4.1 (1)
4.3 (3)
4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1), 2.5 (1),
4.1 (1)
4.3 (12), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (2)
1.2 (3), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (4), 4.1 (1),
4.3 (1)
1.3 (1), 2.2 (2), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (3),
3.3 (2), 4.1 (3), 4.2 (4), 4.4 (1)
2.3 (1)
1.1 (4), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 1.4 (6),
1.5 (8), 2.2 (3), 2.3 (2), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.3 (4), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (2),
4.3 (1), 4.5 (2)
1.3 (2), 1.4 (1), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (2),
2.4 (8), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (3), 3.3 (3),
4.3 (4)
1.1 (2), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (3), 2.1 (4),
2.3 (1), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (5), 3.1 (5),
3.2 (3), 3.3 (2), 3.4 (2), 4.1 (12),
4.3 (7), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (2), 1.5 (1),
2.1 (1), 2.2 (3), 2.4 (2), 2.5 (3),
3.2 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.4 (2)
3.4 (2), 4.4 (1), 4.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 3.3 (4), 4.2 (1)
2.5 (1), 4.1 (14), 4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
3.2 (1), 4.1 (2), 4.2 (1)
2.1 (2), 2.2 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1),
4.3 (1)
3.1 (1)
why
wife
will
win
window
windows
winning
winter
wire
wires
with
without
woke
woman
women
won
won’t
wood
woods
wool
words
wore
work
worker
working
works
worn
worried
worry
would
wouldn’t
wrenches
writing
written
wrong
wrote
year
years
55
1.1 (2), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (3), 4.3 (2),
4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.4 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (2), 4.3 (1)
1.2 (2), 1.3 (2), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (1),
2.3 (1), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (3), 3.2 (4),
3.3 (2), 3.5 (2), 4.1 (2), 4.3 (2),
4.4 (2), 4.5 (1)
2.1 (6)
2.1 (1), 3.1 (3), 3.4 (1)
1.4 (1)
2.1 (1)
2.1 (1)
3.2 (3)
3.2 (4), 3.5 (3)
1.2 (2), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (16), 1.5 (2),
2.2 (11), 2.3 (2), 2.5 (2), 3.1 (3),
3.2 (3), 3.3 (11), 3.4 (5), 3.5 (1),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (4), 4.3 (4), 4.4 (6), 4.5 (1)
1.4 (7), 3.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.3 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (2), 2.4 (1), 3.1 (1),
3.4 (1), 4.4 (1)
2.2 (1), 4.2 (2)
2.1 (5), 3.1 (1)
2.1 (4), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (2), 3.5 (1)
4.2 (1)
1.2 (2), 2.3 (2)
4.2 (3), 4.3 (2)
1.4 (1)
3.3 (1), 4.1 (2)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.3 (1), 2.4 (1),
2.5 (1), 3.2 (2), 4.1 (4), 4.2 (2),
4.3 (3)
2.4 (14), 2.5 (2)
3.1 (1), 3.2 (1), 4.3 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.3 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1)
4.2 (1)
3.3 (7), 3.5 (1), 4.3 (2)
3.3 (4), 3.5 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 1.4 (30), 1.5 (11),
2.2 (5), 2.5 (1), 3.2 (1), 3.5 (3),
4.1 (1), 4.2 (2), 4.4 (1)
3.1 (1)
3.1 (3)
2.4 (3)
2.2 (2)
2.4 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1)
1.3 (1)
2.2 (1), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (1), 3.5 (1),
4.1 (1), 4.4 (1)
1.1 (2), 1.3 (4), 2.1 (1), 2.3 (1),
4.2 (1), 4.3 (2), 4.4 (2)
yellow
yes
yesterday
you
1.3 (1), 2.1 (2)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.4 (5), 1.5 (7),
2.1 (5), 2.2 (4), 2.4 (3), 2.5 (6),
3.1 (5), 3.2 (3), 3.3 (1), 3.4 (1),
3.5 (11), 4.2 (1), 4.3 (3), 4.4 (1),
4.5 (6)
1.1 (1), 1.3 (1), 3.1 (2), 3.2 (1),
3.3 (1), 4.3 (2)
1.1 (11), 1.2 (6), 1.3 (11), 1.4 (25),
1.5 (14), 2.1 (18), 2.2 (15), 2.3 (4),
2.4 (10), 2.5 (13), 3.1 (12), 3.2 (5),
3.3 (17), 3.4 (8), 3.5 (10), 4.1 (13),
4.2 (9), 4.3 (27), 4.4 (7), 4.5 (15)
you’ll
you’re
young
your
yours
zip
zipping
zoo
56
3.3 (1), 3.5 (1)
2.1 (1), 2.2 (1), 2.4 (1), 2.5 (1),
3.1 (1), 3.5 (1), 4.1 (1)
2.1 (2), 3.2 (1)
1.1 (1), 1.2 (1), 1.3 (4), 1.4 (5),
1.5 (4), 2.1 (3), 2.2 (2), 2.3 (3),
2.4 (15), 2.5 (1), 3.1 (6), 3.3 (4),
3.4 (5), 4.1 (5), 4.2 (3), 4.3 (5),
4.4 (4), 4.5 (2)
3.1 (1)
4.2 (3)
4.2 (4)
1.1 (1)