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					Title: Opportunities NE Upper Intermediate

Entry Mod Pag Ex. Headword             Part of    Pronunciation
Num ule e                              Speech
ber 1    1  5 title identity           n          /aI'dent@ti/
    2    1  5     2 personality        n          /"pÆ:s@'n{l@ti/
    3    1  5     2 ambitious          adj        /{m'bIS@s/
    4    1  5     2 careless           adj        /'ke@l@s/
    5    1  5     2 chatty             adj        /'tS{ti/
    6    1  5     2 cheerful           adj        /'tSI@f@l/
    7    1  5     2 childish           adj        /'tSaIldIS/
    8    1  5     2 competitive        adj        /k@m'pet@tIv/
    9    1  5     2 considerate        adj        /k@n'sId@r@t/
   10    1  5     2 conventional       adj        /k@n'venS@n@l/
   11    1  5     2 easy-going         adj        /"i:zi 'g@UIÎ/
   12    1  5     2 hard-working       adj        /"hA:d 'wÆ:kIÎ/
   13    1  5     2 idealistic         adj        /aI"dI@'lIstIk/
   14    1  5     2 impatient          adj        /Im'peIS@nt/
   15    1  5     2 individualistic    adj        /"IndIvIdZu@'lIstIk/
   16    1  5     2 kind               adj        /kaInd/
   17    1  5     2 likeable           adj        /'laIk@b@l/
   18    1  5     2 moody              adj        /'mu:di/
   19    1  5     2 outgoing           adj        /"aUt'g@UIÎ/
   20    1  5     2 popular            adj        /'pÁpj@l@/
   21    1  5     2 reckless           adj        /'rekl@s/
   22    1  5     2 reliable           adj        /rI'laI@b@l/
   23    1  5     2 reserved           adj        /rI'zÆ:vd/
   24    1  5     2 romantic           adj        /r@U'm{ntIk, r@-/
   25    1  5     2 selfish            adj        /'selfIS/
   26    1  5     2 sensible           adj        /'sens@b@l/
   27    1  5     2 sensitive          adj        /'sens@tIv/
   28    1  5     2 sentimental        adj        /"sentI'mentl/
   29    1  5     2 shy                adj        /SaI/
   30    1  5     2 sociable           adj        /'s@US@b@l/
   31    1  5     2 sympathetic        adj        /"sImp@'TetIk/
   32    1  5     2 tends to           v          /'tendz t@, tU/
   33    1  5     2 deep down          prep phr   /"di:p 'daUn/
   34    1  5     2 rather             adv        /'rA:D@/
   35    1  6 title autobiography      n          /"O:t@baI'Ágr@fi/
   36    1  6     1 competition        n          /"kÁmp@'tIS@n/
   37    1  6     1 primary school     n          /'praIm@ri "sku:l/
   38    1  6     2 I've perked up     phr v      /aIv "pÆ:kt 'öp/
   39    1  6     2 attic              n          /'{tIk/
   40    1  6     2 stale              adj        /steIl/
   41    1  6     2 lungs              n          /löÎz/
   42    1  6     2 cleaning up        phr v      /"kli:nIÎ 'öp/
   43    1  6     2 came over          phr v      /keIm '@Uv@/
   44    1  6     2 spot               n          /spÁt/
   45    1  6     2 looked out         phr v      /"lUkt 'aUt/
   46    1  6     2 bare               adj        /be@/
   47    1  6     2 chestnut tree      n          /'tSesnöt "tri:/
   48    1  6     2 glistening         v          /'glIs@nIÎ/
 49   1   6   2   dew                n       /dju:/
 50   1   6   2   seagulls           n       /'si:gölz/
 51   1   6   2   glinting           v       /'glIntIÎ/
 52   1   6   2   swooped through    phr v   /"swu:pt 'Tru:/
 53   1   6   2   entranced          adj     /In'tr{nst/
 54   1   6   2   beam               n       /bi:m/
 55   1   6   2   breathed in        phr v   /"bri:Dd 'In/
 56   1   6   2   spell              n       /spel/
 57   1   6   2   remained           v       /rI'meInd/
 58   1   6   2   loft               n       /lÁft/
 59   1   6   2   chop               v       /tSÁp/
 60   1   6   2   wood               n       /wUd/
 61   1   6   2   decent             adj     /'di:s@nt/
 62   1   6   2   ladder             n       /'l{d@/
 63   1   6   2   show off           phr v   /"S@U 'Áf/
 64   1   6   2   strength           n       /streÎT/
 65   1   6   2   roam               v       /r@Um/
 66   1   6   2   rooftops           n       /'ru:ftÁps/
 67   1   6   2   invisible          adj     /In'vIz@b@l/
 68   1   6   2   sunshine           n       /'sönSaIn/
 69   1   6   2   cloudless          adj     /'klaUdl@s/
 70   1   6   2   bemoan             v       /bI'm@Un/
 71   1   6   2   overjoyed          adj     /"@Uv@'dZOId/
 72   1   6   2   devote myself to   v phr   /dI'v@Ut maI"self t@, tU/
 73   1   6   2   in vain            adv     /In 'veIn/
 74   1   6   2   death              n       /deT/
 75   1   6   2   grateful           adj     /'greItf@l/
 76   1   6   2   gift               n       /gIft/
 77   1   7   2   leaves             n       /li:vz/
 78   1   7   2   plants             n       /plA:nts/
 79   1   7   2   picked me up       phr v   /"pIkt mi 'öp/
 80   1   7   2   doll               n       /dÁl/
 81   1   7   2   spelled            v       /speld/
 82   1   7   2   imitated           v       /'ImIteItId/
 83   1   7   2   movements          n       /'mu:vm@nts/
 84   1   7   2   several            adj     /'sev@r@l/
 85   1   7   2   mug                n       /mög/
 86   1   7   2   well               n       /wel/
 87   1   7   2   was drawing        v       /w@z 'drO:IÎ/
 88   1   7   2   mystery            n       /'mIst@ri/
 89   1   7   2   was revealed       v       /w@z rI'vi:ld/
 90   1   7   2   was flowing        v       /w@z 'fl@UIÎ/
 91   1   7   2   awakened           v       /@'weIk@nd/
 92   1   7   2   soul               n       /s@Ul/
 93   1   7   3   mood               n       /mu:d/
 94   1   7   3   practice           n       /'pr{ktIs/
 95   1   7   3   logic              n       /'lÁdZIk/
 96   1   7   3   ideal              adj     /"aI'dI@l/
 97   1   7   3   individual         n       /"Ind@'vIdZu@l/
 98   1   7   3   create             v       /kri'eIt/
 99   1   7   3   tolerate           v       /'tÁl@reIt/
100   1   7   3   ambition           n       /{m'bIS@n/
101   1    7    3   romance              n          /r@U'm{ns, r@-/
102   1    7    3   rely                 v          /rI'laI/
103   1    7    3   bore                 v          /bO:/
104   1    7    5   please               v          /pli:z/
105   1    7    5   cottage              n          /'kÁtIdZ/
106   1    7    5   extreme              adj        /Ik'stri:m/
107   1    7    5   goose                n          /gu:s/
108   1    7    5   nasty                adj        /'nA:sti/
109   1    7    5   aggression           n          /@'greS@n/
110   1    7    5   depth                n          /depT/
111   1    7    5   Christmas pudding    n          /"krIsm@s 'pUdIÎ/
112   1    7    5   in tears             prep phr   /In 'tI@z/
113   1    8    1   astrology            n          /@'strÁl@dZi/
114   1    8    2   perfectionist        n          /p@'fekS@nIst/
115   1    8    2   principles           n          /'prIns@p@lz/
116   1    8    2   observer             n          /@b'zÆ:v@/
117   1    8    2   badminton            n          /'b{dmInt@n/
118   1    8    2   judo                 n          /'dZu:d@U/
119   1    8    2   intensive            adj        /In'tensIv/
120   1    8    2   are you getting on   phr v      /@ jU "getIÎ 'Án/
121   1    8    2   bargained            v          /'bA:gInd/
122   1    8    2   bracelet             n          /'breIslIt/
123   1    8    2   was riding           v          /w@z 'raIdIÎ/
124   1    8    2   woods                n          /wUdz/
125   1    8    2   steep                adj        /sti:p/
126   1    8    2   path                 n          /pA:T/
127   1    9    6   arrangements         n          /@'reIndZm@nts/
128   1    9    6   temporary            adj        /'temp@r@ri, -p@ri/
129   1    9    6   background           n          /'b{kgraUnd/
130   1    9    6   belief               n          /bI'li:f/
131   1    9    6   knowledge            n          /'nÁlIdZ/
132   1    9    7   on purpose           prep phr   /Án 'pÆ:p@s/
133   1    9    7   physics              n          /'fIzIks/
134   1    9    9   was injured          v          /w@z 'IndZ@d/
135   1    9    9   patient              n          /'peIS@nt/
136   1    9    9   retired              adj        /rI'taI@d/
137   1    9    9   looking back on      phr v      /"lUkIÎ 'b{k Án/
138   1    9    9   muddy                adj        /'mödi/
139   1    9   10   premature            adj        /'prem@tS@, -tSU@, "prem@'tSU@/
140   1    9   10   survive              v          /s@'vaIv/
141   1    9   10   pond                 n          /pÁnd/
142   1    9   10   operation            n          /"Áp@'reIS@n/
143   1    9   10   look after           phr v      /lUk 'A:ft@/
144   1    9   10   lottery              n          /'lÁt@ri/
145   1    9   10   beat                 v          /bi:t/
146   1    9   10   come up              phr v      /köm 'öp/
147   1    9   10   entrance exams       n          /'entr@ns Ig"z{m/
148   1   10    1   advanced             adj        /@d'vA:nst/
149   1   10    1   democratic           adj        /"dem@'kr{tIk/
150   1   10    1   emotional            adj        /I'm@US@n@l/
151   1   10    1   liberal              adj        /'lIb@r@l/
152   1   10    1   powerful             adj        /'paU@f@l/
153   1   10   1   violent             adj     /'vaI@l@nt/
154   1   10   1   developed           adj     /dI'vel@pt/
155   1   10   1   developing          adj     /dI'vel@pIÎ/
156   1   10   1   historic            adj     /hI'stÁrIk/
157   1   10   1   innovative          adj     /'In@v@tIv/
158   1   10   1   multicultural       adj     /"mölti'költS@r@l/
159   1   10   1   wealthy             adj     /'welTi/
160   1   10   1   class-conscious     adj     /"klA:s 'kÁnS@s/
161   1   10   1   communicative       adj     /k@'mju:nIk@tIv/
162   1   10   1   conservative        adj     /k@n'sÆ:v@tIv/
163   1   10   1   excitable           adj     /Ik'saIt@b@l/
164   1   10   1   family-oriented     adj     /"f{m@li 'O:rientId, 'Ári-/
165   1   10   1   law-abiding         adj     /'lO: @"baIdIÎ/
166   1   10   1   nationalistic       adj     /"n{S@n@'lIstIk/
167   1   10   1   religious           adj     /rI'lIdZ@s/
168   1   10   1   traditional         adj     /tr@'dIS@n@l/
169   1   10   1   tolerant            adj     /'tÁl@r@nt/
170   1   10   1                       phr
                   suspicious of foreigners    /s@"spIS@s @v 'fÁr@n@z/
171   1   10   3   is made up of       phr v   /Iz "meId 'öp @v, Áv/
172   1   10   3   poll                n       /p@Ul/
173   1   10   3   origin              n       /'Ár@dZIn/
174   1   10   3   intolerant          adj     /In'tÁl@r@nt/
175   1   10   3   minority            n       /maI'nÁr@ti/
176   1   11   5   d rather            phr     /d 'rA:D@/
177   1   11   5   wouldn’t mind       v       /"wUdnt 'maInd/
178   1   11   5   can't stand         v       /"kA:nt 'st{nd/
179   1   11   5   (be) really into    phr v   /"rI@li 'Int@, 'IntU/
180   1   11   5   (be) really keen on phr     /"rI@li 'ki:n Án/
181   1   11   5                       phr
                   not (be) keen on myself     /"nÁt 'ki:n Án maI"self/
182   1   11   5   clubbing            n       /'klöbIÎ/
183   1   11   5   variety             n       /v@'raI@ti/
184   1   11   5   house               n       /haUs/
185   1   11   5   garage              n       /'g{rIdZ/
186   1   11   5   rock climbing       n       /'rÁk "klaImIÎ/
187   1   11   5   traffic jams        n       /'tr{fIk "dZ{mz/
188   1   11   5   violence            n       /'vaI@l@ns/
189   1   11   8   get at              phr v   /'get @t, {t/
190   1   11   8   ring up             phr v   /"rIÎ 'öp/
191   1   11   8   get to              phr v   /'get t@, tU/
192   1   11   8   take off            phr v   /"teIk 'Áf/
193   1   11   8   get by              phr v   /get 'baI/
194   1   11   8   put up with         phr v   /pUt 'öp wID, wIT/
195   1   11   8   get on with         phr v   /get 'Án wID, wIT/
196   1   11   8   look forward to     phr v   /lUk 'fO:w@d t@, tU/
197   1   11   8   check in            phr v   /"tSek 'In/
198   1   11   8   abroad              adv     /@'brO:d/
199   1   11   8   homesick            adj     /'h@Um"sIk/
200   1   11   8   chat                n       /tS{t/
201   1   11   8   unadventurous       adj     /"ön@d'ventS@r@s/
202   1   12   1   introduce myself    phr     /"Intr@'dju:s maI"self/
203   1   12   1   research            n       /rI'sÆ:tS/
204   1   12   1   found out           phr v   /"faUnd 'aUt/
205   1   12     1 altogether          adv     /"O:lt@'geD@/
206   1   12     1 folks               n       /f@Uks/
207   1   12     1 enquiry             n       /In'kwaI@ri/
208   1   12     1 courses             n       /'kO:sIz/
209   1   12     1 enclose             v       /In'kl@Uz/
210   1   12     1 brochure            n       /'br@US@, -SU@/
211   1   12     1 accommodation       n       /@"kÁm@'deIS@n/
212   1   12     1 provide             v       /pr@'vaId/
213   1   12     1 canoeing            n       /k@'nu:IÎ/
214   1   12     1 staff               n       /stA:f/
215   1   12     1 facilities          n       /f@'sIl@tiz/
216   1   12     1 atmosphere          n       /'{tm@sfI@/
217   1   12     1 situated in         v       /'sItSueItId In/
218   1   12     1 national park       n       /"n{S@n@l 'pA:k/
219   1   12     1 judge               v       /dZödZ/
220   1   13     2 some kind           phr     /'söm kaInd/
221   1   13     2 fortyish or so      phr     /'fO:tiIS O: "s@U/
222   1   13     2 that sort of        phr     /'D{t sO:t @v/
223   1   13     2 something like      phr     /'sömTIÎ laIk/
224   1   13     2 sort of             phr     /'sO:t @v/
225   1   13     3 to finish off       phr v   /t@ "fInIS 'Áf/
226   1   14     1 was lying           v       /w@z 'laI-IÎ/
227   1   14     1 magnifying glass n          /'m{gnIfaI-IÎ "glA:s/
228   1   14     1 mysterious          adj     /mI'stI@ri@s/
229   1   14     1 crime               n       /kraIm/
230   1   14     1 incident            n       /'InsId@nt/
231   1   14     1 door attendant      n       /'dO:r @"tend@nt/
232   1   14     1 thugs               n       /Tögz/
233   1   14     1 protect             v       /pr@'tekt/
234   1   14     1 clues               n       /klu:z/
235   1   14     1 lining              n       /'laInIÎ/
236   1   14     1 dust                n       /döst/
237   1   14     1 spots               n       /spÁts/
238   1   14     1 ink                 n       /IÎk/
239   1   14     1 gas                 n       /g{s/
240   2   15 title laughter            n       /'lA:ft@/
241   2   15     1 taxi cabs           n       /'t{ksi k{bz/
242   2   15     2 burst out laughing phr      /"bÆ:st aUt 'lA:fIÎ/
243   2   15     2 cackle              v       /'k{k@l/
244   2   15     2 chuckle             v       /'tSök@l/
245   2   15     2 fall about laughing phr     /"fO:l @baUt 'lA:fIÎ/
246   2   15     2 giggle              v       /'gIg@l/
247   2   15     3 telling a joke      phr     /"telIÎ @ 'dZ@Uk/
248   2   15                           phr
                 3 pulling somebody's leg      /"pUlIÎ sömb@diz 'leg/
249   2   15     3 sarcastic           adj     /sA:'k{stIk/
250   2   15     3 ironic              adj     /aI'rÁnIk/
251   2   15     4 make you laugh      v phr   /"meIk jU 'lA:f
252   2   16 title novel               n       /'nÁv@l/
253   2   16     1 comforted           adj     /'kömf@tId/
254   2   16                           phr
                 1 to be prone to something    /t@ bi 'pr@Un t@ "sömTIÎ/
255   2   16     1 to buck someone up vphr     /t@ "bök sömwön 'öp/
256   2   16     1 to do someone good  phr     /t@ "du: sömwön 'gUd/
257   2   16   1                      phr
                   to give someone a hard time /t@ "gIv sömwön @ "hA:d 'taIm/
258   2   16   1                      sinks
                   (somebody's) heart phr      /"hA:t 'sIÎks/
259   2   16   1   to talk sense      phr      /t@ "tO:k 'sens/
260   2   16   1                      mind     /t@ "teIk sömb@diz 'maInd Áf "TIÎz/
                   to take somebody's phr off things
261   2   16   1                      phr v
                   to walk out on somebody     /t@ "wO:k 'aUt Án "sömb@di/
262   2   16   1   self-pity          n        /"self 'pIti/
263   2   16   1   misery             n        /'mIz@ri/
264   2   16   3   record shop        n        /'rekO:d "SÁp/
265   2   16   3   long-time partner n         /"lÁÎ taIm 'pA:tn@/
266   2   16   3   corker             n        /'kO:k@/
267   2   16   3   dim                adj      /dIm/
268   2   16   3   know-all           n        /'n@U O:l/
269   2   16   3   fatal              adj      /'feItl/
270   2   16   3   combination        n        /"kÁmbI'neIS@n/
271   2   16   3   silly              adj      /'sIli/
272   2   16   3   fussy              adj      /'fösi/
273   2   16   3   listen to reason   phr      /"lIs@n t@ 'ri:z@n/
274   2   16   3   unforgivable       adj      /"önf@'gIv@b@l/
275   2   16   3   circumstances      n        /'sÆ:k@mst{nsIz, -st@nsIz/
276   2   16   3   childlessness      n        /'tSaIldl@sn@s/
277   2   16   3   yells at           v        /'jelz @t, {t/
278   2   16   3   is packed          v        /Iz 'p{kt/
279   2   17   3   occasion           n        /@'keIZ@n/
280   2   17   3   wine tasting       n        /'waIn "teIstIÎ/
281   2   17   3   chip in            phr v    /"tSIp 'In/
282   2   17   3   incontrovertible   adj      /In"kÁntr@'vÆ:t@b@l/
283   2   17   3   proof              n        /pru:f/
284   2   17   3   grim               adj      /grIm/
285   2   17   3   is on              phr v    /Iz 'Án/
286   2   17   3   telly              n        /'teli/
287   2   17   3   are taping         v        /@ 'teIpIÎ/
288   2   17   3   consumer           n        /k@n'sju:m@/
289   2   17   3   durables           n        /'djU@r@b@lz/
290   2   17   3   approve of         v        /@'pru:v @v, Áv/
291   2   17   3   rubbish            n        /'röbIS/
292   2   17   3   get a move on      v phr    /"get @ 'mu:v Án/
293   2   17   3   treat              n        /tri:t/
294   2   17   3   feeble             adj      /'fi:b@l/
295   2   17   3   reference          n        /'ref@r@ns/
296   2   17   3   insane             adj      /In'seIn/
297   2   17   5   furious            adj      /'fjU@ri@s/
298   2   17   5   amused             adj      /@'mju:zd/
299   2   17   5   let down           adj      /"let 'daUn/
300   2   17   5   intention          n        /In'tenS@n/
301   2   17   5   social life        n        /'s@US@l laIf/
302   2   17   7   get back           phr v    /get 'b{k/
303   2   17   7   hit back           phr v    /"hIt 'b{k/
304   2   17   7   move in            phr v    /"mu:v 'In/
305   2   17   7   clean out          phr v    /"kli:n 'aUt/
306   2   17   7   throw out          phr v    /"Tr@U 'aUt/
307   2   17   7   express thanks     v phr    /Ik"spres 'T{Îks/
308   2   17   7   express an opinion v phr    /Ik"spres @n @'pInj@n/
309   2   17    7   express horror     v phr      /Ik"spres 'hÁr@/
310   2   17    7   rain heavily       v phr      /"reIn 'hev@li/
311   2   17    7   sleep heavily      v phr      /"sli:p 'hev@li/
312   2   17    7   empty space        phr        /"empti 'speIs/
313   2   17    7   empty gesture      phr        /"empti 'dZestS@/
314   2   18    1   eating humble pie phr         /"i:tIÎ hömb@l 'paI/
315   2   18    1   on thin ice        prep phr   /Án "TIn 'aIs/
316   2   18    1   out to grass       prep phr   /"aUt t@ 'grA:s/
317   2   18    1   has delivered      v          /h@z dI'lIv@d/
318   2   18    1   pints              n          /paInts/
319   2   18    1   champion           adj        /'tS{mpi@n/
320   2   18    1   dairy cow          n          /'de@ri kaU/
321   2   18    1   in her prime       prep phr   /In h@ 'praIm/
322   2   18    1   celebrate          v          /'sel@breIt/
323   2   18    1   has retired from   v          /h@z rI'taI@d fr@m, frÁm/
324   2   18    1   birthday treat     n          /"bÆ:TdeI 'tri:t/
325   2   18    1   slice              n          /slaIs/
326   2   18    1   attached to        v          /@'t{tSt t@, tU/
327   2   18    1   nasty              adj        /'nA:sti/
328   2   18    1   were waving at     v          /w@ 'weIvIÎ @t, {t/
329   2   18    1   get the feeling    v phr      /"get D@ 'fi:lIÎ/
330   2   18    1   something was wrongphr        /"sömTIÎ w@z 'rÁÎ/
331   2   18    1   frozen             adj        /'fr@Uz@n/
332   2   18    1   canal              n          /k@'n{l/
333   2   18    1   sank               v          /s{Îk/
334   2   18    1   was attacked       v          /w@z @'t{kt/
335   2   18    1   runaway            adj        /'rön@weI/
336   2   18    1   bull               n          /bUl/
337   2   18    1   bravely            adv        /'breIvli/
338   2   18    1   defend             v          /dI'fend/
339   2   18    1   knocked her over phr v        /"nÁkt h@r '@Uv@/
340   2   18    1   contents           n          /'kÁntents/
341   2   18    1   pensioner          n          /'penS@n@/
342   2   18    1   rescued            v          /'reskju:d/
343   2   18    1                      n
                    steak and kidney pie          /"steIk @n kIdni 'paI/
344   2   19    7   sunburnt           adj        /'sönbÆ:nt/
345   2   19    7   break              n          /breIk/
346   2   19    7   was fired          v          /w@z 'faI@d/
347   2   19    7   ached              v          /eIkt/
348   2   19    7   oil                n          /OIl/
349   2   19    7   scared stiff       v phr      /"ske@d 'stIf/
350   2   19    7   put on             phr v      /pUt 'Án/
351   2   19    7   was feeling down phr v        /w@z "fi:lIÎ 'daUn/
352   2   19    7   was torn           v          /w@z 'tO:n/
353   2   19    9   lip                n          /lIp/
354   2   19    9   were swollen       v          /w@ 'sw@Ul@n/
355   2   19   10   pool               n          /pu:l/
356   2   19   10   championship       n          /'tS{mpi@nSIp/
357   2   19   10   pub                n          /pöb/
358   2   19   10   pot                v          /pÁt/
359   2   19   10   false teeth        n          /"fO:ls 'ti:T/
360   2   19   10   disaster           n          /dI'zA:st@/
361    2 19 10        strike                v       /straIk/
362    2 19 10        got stuck             v       /gÁt 'stök/
363    2 19 10        emergency             n       /I'mÆ:dZ@nsi/
364    2 19 10        fire officers         n       /'faI@r "ÁfIs@z/
365    2 19 10        power saw             n       /'paU@ sO:/
366    2 19 10        washing-up liquid     n       /"wÁSIÎ 'öp "lIkwId/
367    2 19 10        replay                n       /'ri:pleI/
368    2 19 11        abroad                adv     /@'brO:d/
369    2 19 11        passport              n       /'pA:spO:t/
370    2 19 11        day trip              n       /"deI 'trIp/
371    2 19 11        announcements         n       /@'naUnsm@nts/
372    2 19 11        nap                   n       /n{p/
373    2 19 11        border                n       /'bO:d@/
374    2 20       1   goes in for           phr v   /g@Uz 'In f@, fO:/
375    2 20       1   imitating             v       /'Im@teItIÎ/
376    2 20       1   puts on               phr     /"pUts 'Án/
377    2 20       1   voices                n       /'vOIsIz/
378    2 20       1   gets into trouble     v phr   /"gets Int@ 'tröb@l/
379    2 20       1   gets out of           phr v   /gets 'aUt @v, Áv/
380    2 20       1   makes out             phr v   /"meIks 'aUt/
381    2 20       1   bright                adj     /braIt/
382    2 20       1   dresses up            phr v   /"dresIz 'öp/
383    2 20       1   makes up              phr v   /"meIks 'öp/
384    2 20       1   sketches              n       /'sketSIz/
385    2 20       1   has got on            phr v   /h@z "gÁt 'Án/
386    2 20       1   witty                 adj     /'wIti/
387    2 20       1   cracks you up         phr v   /"kr{ks jU 'öp/
388    2 20       1   turns you off         phr v   /"tÆ:nz jU 'Áf/
389    2 20       1   have gone off         phr v   /h@v "gÁn 'Áf/
390    2 20       3   foreigners            n       /'fÁr@n@z/
391    2 20       3   badly behaved         adj     /"b{dli bI'heIvd/
392    2 20       3   contain               v       /k@n'teIn/
393    2 20       3   cultural references   n       /'költS@r@l "ref@r@nsIz/
394    2 20       3   successful            adj     /s@k'sesf@l/
395    2 20       3   visual                adj     /'vIZu@l/
396    2 21       6   eventually            adv     /I'ventSu@li/
397    2 21       6   go off                phr v   /g@U 'Áf/
 comparing cultures
398    2 21           nationalities         n       /"n{S@'n{l@tiz/
 comparing cultures
399    2 21           regions               n       /'ri:dZ@nz/
400    2 22       1   summary               n       /'söm@ri/
401    2 22       1   plot                  n       /plÁt/
402    2 22       1   recommendation        n       /"rek@men'deIS@n/
403    2 22       1   review                n       /rI'vju:/
404    2 22       1   genre                 n       /'ZÁnr@/
405    2 22       1   raises                v       /'reIzIz/
406    2 22       1   rebellious            adj     /rI'belj@s/
407    2 22       1   youth                 n       /ju:T/
408    2 22       1   funeral parlour       n       /'fju:n@r@l "pA:l@/
409    2 22       1   monotony              n       /m@'nÁt@ni/
410    2 22       1   scriptwriter          n       /'skrIpt"raIt@/
411    2 22       1   gets off              phr v   /gets 'Áf/
412    2 22       1   narrator              n       /n@'reIt@/
413   2   22    1   mishaps              n       /'mIsh{ps/
414   2   22    1   hilarious            adj     /hI'le@ri@s/
415   2   22    1   rebels               v       /rI'belz/
416   2   22    1   rebellion            n       /rI'belj@n/
417   2   22    1   relevant             adj     /'rel@v@nt/
418   2   22    1   misleads             v       /"mIs'li:dz/
419   2   22    1   are exposed          v       /@r Ik'sp@Uzd/
420   2   22    1   values               n       /'v{lju:z/
421   2   22    1   community            n       /k@'mju:n@ti/
422   2   22    1   contemporary         adj     /k@n'temp@r@ri, -p@ri/
423   2   22    1   gains                v       /geInz/
424   2   22    1   sympathy             n       /'sImp@Ti/
425   2   22    2   worth reading        phr     /"wÆ:T 'ri:dIÎ/
426   2   22    2   published            v       /'pöblISt/
427   2   22    2   moral                n       /'mÁr@l/
428   2   22    2   re-issued            v       /xx-xxxxxx/
429   2   22    2   features             v       /'fi:tS@z/
430   2   22    2   hero                 n       /'hI@r@U/
431   2   22    2   weakness             n       /'wi:kn@s/
432   2   22    3   looking for          phr v   /'lUkIÎ f@, fO:/
433   2   22    3   compensate for       v       /'kÁmp@nseIt f@, fO:/
434   2   stage 1
          23        originally           adv     /@'rIdZIn@li/
435   2   stage 1
          23        influenced           v       /'Influ@nst/
436   2   23    1   shell                n       /Sel/
437   2   23    1   instructions         n       /In'strökS@nz/
438   2   23    1   tick                 v       /tIk/
439   2   23    1   bomb                 n       /bÁm/
440   2   23    1   explosive            n       /Ik'spl@UsIv/
441   2   23    1   manual               n       /'m{nju@l/
442   2   23    1   tool                 n       /tu:l/
443   2   23    1   screws               n       /skru:z/
444   2   23    1   screwdriver          n       /'skru:"draIv@/
445   2   23    1   cable                n       /'keIb@l/
446   2   23    1   coin                 n       /kOIn/
447   2   23    1   wire                 n       /waI@/
448   2   23    2   lieutenant           n       /lef'ten@nt/
449   2   23    2   misunderstands       v       /"mIsönd@'st{ndz/
450   2   23    2   ignores              v       /Ig'nO:z/
451   2   23    2   hangs up             phr v   /"h{Îz 'öp/
452   2   23    2   the bomb is 'live'   phr     /D@ "bÁm Iz 'laIv/
453   2   23    2   panics               v       /'p{nIks/
454   2   23    2   wheel                n       /wi:l/
455   2   23    2   explodes             v       /Ik'spl@Udz/
456   2   23    2   is relieved          v       /Iz rI'li:vd/
457   2   23    2   causing damage       v phr   /"kO:zIÎ 'd{mIdZ/
458   2   23    2   coastguard           n       /'k@UstgA:d/
459   2   23    2   responsibility       n       /rI"spÁns@'bIl@ti/
460   2   24    2   analysing            v       /'{n@laIzIÎ/
461   2   24    2   risky                adj     /'rIski/
462   2   24    2   audiences            n       /'O:di@nsIz/
463   2   24    2   slapstick comedy     n       /"sl{pstIk 'kÁm@di/
464   2   24    2   situational comedy   n       /"sItSueIS@n@l 'kÁm@di/
465       2 24      2 feature             n       /'fi:tS@/
466       2 24      3 wonder              v       /'wönd@/
467       2 24      3 paradox             n       /'p{r@dÁks/
468       2 24      3 viewers             n       /'vju:@z/
469       2 24      3 lack                n       /l{k/
470       2 24      3 viewing figures     n       /'vju:IÎ "fIg@z/
471       2 24      3 fans                n       /f{nz/
472       2 24      3 sophisticated       adj     /s@'fIstIkeItId/
473       2 24      3 sense of humour     phr     /"sens @v 'hju:m@/
474       2 24      3 inborn              adj     /"In'bO:n/
475       2 24      3 critics             n       /'krItIks/
476       2 24      3 impressive          adj     /Im'presIv/
477       2 24      1 physical            adj     /'fIzIk@l/
478       2 25      1 tamer               n       /'teIm@/
479       2 25      1 depressed           adj     /dI'prest/
480       2 25      1 surgery             n       /'sÆ:dZ@ri/
481       2 25      1 nervously           adv     /'nÆ:v@sli/
482       2 25      1 was coughing        v       /w@z 'kÁfIÎ/
483       2 25      1 crisis              n       /'kraIsIs/
484       2 25      1 pale                adj     /peIl/
485           26    1 rubbery
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /'röb@ri/
486           26    1 former
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /'fO:m@/
487           26    1 pull funny
      review modules 1 and 2 faces        v phr   /"pUl föni 'feIsIz/
488           26    1 imitations
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /"Im@'teIS@nz/
489           26    1 colleagues
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /'kÁli:gz/
490           26    1 predict
      review modules 1 and 2              v       /prI'dIkt/
491           26    1 entertainment
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /"ent@'teInm@nt/
492           26    1 genius
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /'dZi:ni@s/
493           26    2 splashed
      review modules 1 and 2              v       /spl{St/
494           26    2 installed
      review modules 1 and 2              v       /In'stO:ld/
495           26    2 virus
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /'vaI@r@s/
496           26    2 were 2
      review modules 1 andbreaking into   phr v   /w@ "breIkIÎ 'Int@, 'IntU/
497           27    4 slippery
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /'slIp@ri/
498           27    4 avoid
      review modules 1 and 2              v       /@'vOId/
499           27    5 affection
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /@'fekS@n/
500           27    5 sense
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /sens/
501           27    5 reserve
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /rI'zÆ:v/
502           27    5 convention
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /k@n'venS@n/
503           27    5 sentiment
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /'sentIm@nt/
504           27    6 term
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /tÆ:m/
505           27    7 institution
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /"InstI'tju:S@n/
506           27    7 temperature
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /'tempr@tS@/
507           27    7 imaginative
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /I'm{dZIn@tIv/
508           27    7 embarrassment
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /Im'b{r@sm@nt/
509           27    7 deliberate
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /dI'lIb@r@t/
510           27    7 enthusiastic
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /In"Tju:zi'{stIk/
511           27    7 democracy
      review modules 1 and 2              n       /dI'mÁkr@si/
512           27    7 affectionate
      review modules 1 and 2              adj     /@'fekS@n@t/
513           27    9 resembles
      review modules 1 and 2              v       /rI'zemb@lz/
514           28    1
      culture corner1 printing press      n       /'prIntIÎ "pres/
515           28    1
      culture corner1 invasion            n       /In'veIZ@n/
516           28    1
      culture corner1 raids               n       /reIdz/
517           28    1
      culture corner1   court                n     /kO:t/
518           28    3
      culture corner1   impact               n     /'Imp{kt/
519           28    3
      culture corner1   pronunciation        n     /pr@"nönsi'eIS@n/
520           28    3
      culture corner1   simplified           v     /'sImplIfaId/
521           28    3
      culture corner1   ruling classes       n     /"ru:lIÎ 'klA:sIz/
522           28    3
      culture corner1   was standardised v         /w@z 'st{nd@daIzd/
523           28    3
      culture corner1   academy              n     /@'k{d@mi/
524           28    3
      culture corner1   empire               n     /'empaI@/
525           28    4
      culture corner1   cockney              adj   /'kÁkni/
526           28    4
      culture corner1   dialects             n     /'daI@lekts/
527       3 29      1   surrealist           adj   /s@'rI@lIst/
528       3 29      1   catwalk              n     /'k{twO:k/
529       3 29      1   unconventional       adj   /"önk@n'venS@n@l/
530       3 29      1   hairstyle            n     /'he@staIl/
531       3 29      3   chic                 adj   /Si:k/
532       3 29      3   classy               adj   /'klA:si/
533       3 29      3   dated                adj   /'deItId/
534       3 29      3   elegant              adj   /'elIg@nt/
535       3 29      3   fashionable          adj   /'f{S@n@b@l/
536       3 29      3   old-fashioned        adj   /"@Uld 'f{S@nd/
537       3 29      3   smart                adj   /smA:t/
538       3 29      3   stylish              adj   /'staIlIS/
539       3 29      3   tacky                adj   /'t{ki/
540       3 29      3   tasteless            adj   /'teIstl@s/
541       3 29      3   trendy               adj   /'trendi/
542       3 29      3   unfashionable        adj   /ön'f{S@n@b@l/
543       3 29      3   up-to-date           adj   /"öp t@ 'deIt/
544       3 29      6   define               v     /dI'faIn/
545       3 29      6   cool                 adj   /ku:l/
546       3 29      6   independent          adj   /"IndI'pend@nt/
547       3 29      6   haven't got a clue phr     /"h{v@nt gÁt @ 'klu:/
548       3 29      6   craze                n     /kreIz/
549       3 29      6   fad                  n     /f{d/
550       3 30 title    graffiti             n     /gr{'fi:ti/
551       3 30      1                        n
                        advertising billboards     /'{dv@taIzIÎ "bIlbO:d/
552       3 30      1   buskers              n     /'bösk@z/
553       3 30      1   clowns               n     /klaUnz/
554       3 30      1   drama groups         n     /'drA:m@ gru:ps/
555       3 30      1   fireworks            n     /'faI@wÆ:ks/
556       3 30      1   live statues'        n     /"laIv 'st{tSu:z/
557       3 30      1   musicians            n     /mju:'zIS@nz/
558       3 30      1   open-air concerts n        /"@Up@n e@ 'kÁns@ts/
559       3 30      1   pavement artists n         /'peIvm@nt "A:tIsts/
560       3 30      1   sculptures           n     /'skölptS@z/
561       3 30      1   statues              n     /'st{tSu:z/
562       3 30      2   folk                 n     /f@Uk/
563       3 30      2   rural                adj   /'rU@r@l/
564       3 30      2   urban                adj   /'Æ:b@n/
565       3 30      3   relatively           adv   /'rel@tIvli/
566       3 30      3   antisocial           adj   /"{nti 's@US@l/
567       3 30      3   vandals              n     /'v{nd@lz/
568       3 30      3   are treated          v     /@ 'tri:tId/
569   3   30   3   neighbourhoods      n          /'neIb@hUdz/
570   3   30   3   subway trains       n          /'söbweI treInz/
571   3   30   3   menacing            adj        /'men@sIÎ/
572   3   30   3   decay               n          /dI'keI/
573   3   30   3   scrawled            adj        /skrO:ld/
574   3   30   3   slogans             n          /'sl@Ug@nz/
575   3   30   3   unsightly           adj        /ön'saItli/
576   3   30   3   aggressive          adj        /@'gresIv/
577   3   30   3   seeking to          v          /'si:kIÎ t@, tU/
578   3   30   3   make a point        v phr      /"meIk @ 'pOInt/
579   3   30   3   eyesore             n          /'aIsO:/
580   3   30   3   illegal             adj        /I'li:g@l/
581   3   30   3   punishable          adj        /'pönIS@b@l/
582   3   30   3   fines               n          /faInz/
583   3   30   3   ghetto              n          /'get@U/
584   3   30   3   status              n          /'steIt@s/
585   3   30   3   website             n          /'websaIt/
586   3   30   3   are appreciating    v          /@r @'pri@SieItIÎ/
587   3   30   3   run-down            adj        /"rön 'daUn/
588   3   30   3   music charts        n          /'mju:zIk tSA:ts/
589   3   30   3   was spread          v          /w@z 'spred/
590   3   30   3   appeal              n          /@'pi:l/
591   3   30   3   lectures            n          /'lektS@z/
592   3   30   3   displays            v          /dI'spleIz/
593   3   30   3   merchandise         n          /'mÆ:tS@ndaIz, -daIs/
594   3   30   3   baseball caps       n          /'beIsbO:l k{ps/
595   3   30   3   yo-yos              n          /'j@U j@Uz/
596   3   30   3   graffiti-inspired   adj        /gr{'fi:ti In"spaI@d/
597   3   30   3   survival            n          /s@'vaIv@l/
598   3   30   3   benefit from        v          /'ben@fIt fr@m, frÁm/
599   3   30   3   spoiling            v          /'spOIlIÎ/
600   3   30   3   property            n          /'prÁp@ti/
601   3   31   5   threatening         adj        /'TretnIÎ/
602   3   31   5   depressed           adj        /dI'prest/
603   3   31   5   receptive           adj        /rI'septIv/
604   3   31   5   acknowledges        v          /@k'nÁlIdZIz/
605   3   31   6   respectable         adj        /rI'spekt@b@l/
606   3   31   6   popularity          n          /"pÁpj@'l{r@ti/
607   3   31   7   make it             phr v      /'meIk It/
608   3   31   7   demonstrate         v          /'dem@nstreIt/
609   3   31   7   get beyond          phr v      /"get bI'jÁnd/
610   3   31   8   (get) fed up        phr v      /"fed 'öp/
611   3   31   8   (get) in touch      prep phr   /In 'tötS/
612   3   31   8   promotion           n          /pr@'m@US@n/
613   3   32   1   eyebrows            n          /'aIbraUz/
614   3   32   1   nails               n          /neIlz/
615   3   32   1   navel               n          /'neIv@l/
616   3   32   1   tongue              n          /töÎ/
617   3   32   1   dyed                adj        /daId/
618   3   32   1   pierced             adj        /pI@st/
619   3   32   1   shaved              adj        /SeIvd/
620   3   32   1   tattooed            adj        /t@'tu:d, t{'tu:d/
621   3   32     1 varnished          adj      /'vA:nISt/
622   3   32     2 body piercing      n        /'bÁdi "pI@sIÎ/
623   3   32     2 qualified          adj      /'kwÁlIfaId/
624   3   32     2 salon              n        /'s{lÁn/
625   3   32     2 showing off        phr v    /"S@UIÎ 'Áf/
626   3   32     2 equipment          n        /I'kwIpm@nt/
627   3   32     2 diseases           n        /dI'zi:zIz/
628   3   32     2 hepatitis          n        /"hep@'taItIs/
629   3   32     2 ear-piercing guns n         /'I@ pI@sIÎ "gönz/
630   3   32     2 guardian           n        /'gA:di@n/
631   3   32     2 disinfected        v        /"dIsIn'fektId/
632   3   32     2 needle             n        /'ni:dl/
633   3   33     7 beauty salon       n        /'bju:ti "s{lÁn/
634   3   33     7 slim               adj      /slIm/
635   3   33     7 degree             n        /dI'gri:/
636   3   33     7 architecture       n        /'A:kItektS@/
637   3   33     7 numerous           adj      /'nju:m@r@s/
638   3   33     7 extensively        adv      /Ik'stensIvli/
639   3   33     7 renovated          v        /'ren@veItId/
640   3   33     7 suntan lotion      n        /'sönt{n "l@US@n/
641   3   33     8 leaflet            n        /'li:flIt/
642   3   33 10 designer clothes      n        /dI"zaIn@ 'kl@UDz, 'kl@Uz/
643   3   33 10 cosmetics             n        /kÁz'metIks/
644   3   33 10 essential             adj      /I'senS@l/
645   3   33 10 household             n        /'haUsh@Uld/
646   3   33 10 insist on             v        /In'sIst Án/
647   3   34 title branded            adj      /'br{ndId/
648   3   34     1 designer labels    n        /dI"zaIn@ 'leIb@lz/
649   3   34     1 brands             n        /br{ndz/
650   3   34     4 scatty             adj      /'sk{ti/
651   3   34     4 witty              adj      /'wIti/
652   3   34     4 tends to           v        /'tendz t@, tU/
653   3   34     5 absent-minded      adj      /"{bs@nt 'maIndId/
654   3   35     9 is getting on      phr v    /Iz "getIÎ 'Án/
655   3   35     9 get on well        phr v    /get "Án 'wel/
656   3   35     9 comes across as phr v       /"kömz @'krÁs @z, {z/
657   3   35     9 go for             phr v    /'g@U f@, fO:/
658   3   35     9 takes after        phr v    /'teIks "A:ft@/
659   3   35                          phr
                 9 have a lot in common        /h@v @ "lÁt In 'kÁm@n/
660   3   35 13 protest               n        /'pr@Utest/
661   3   35 13 multinationals        n        /"mölti'n{S@n@lz/
662   3   35 13 logos                 n        /'l@Ug@Uz/
663   3   35 13 space                 n        /speIs/
664   3   35 13 salaries              n        /'s{l@riz/
665   3   35 13 policies              n        /'pÁl@siz/
666   3   35 13 global                adj      /'gl@Ub@l/
667   3   36     1 moved house        v phr    /"mu:vd 'haUs/
668   3   36     1 suits              v        /su:ts, sju:ts/
669   3   36     1 on the edge of     prep phr /Án Di 'edZ @v/
670   3   36     1 spacious           adj      /'speIS@s/
671   3   36     1 stove              n        /st@Uv/
672   3   36     1 open fireplace     n        /"@Up@n 'faI@pleIs/
     673      3 36        1 fair-sized           adj     /"fe@ 'saIzd/
     674      3 36        1 massive              adj     /'m{sIv/
     675      3 36        1 is cluttered with    v       /Iz 'klöt@d wID, wIT/
     676      3 36        1 cosy                 adj     /'k@Uzi/
     677      3 36        1 couch                n       /kaUtS/
     678      3 36        1 reflect              v       /rI'flekt/
     679      3 36        1 ideal                adj     /"aI'dI@l/
     680      3 37        4 wallpaper            n       /'wO:l"peIp@/
     681      3 a
    description of 37place storage room          n       /'stO:rIdZ "ru:m, "rUm/
     682      3 a
    description of 37place instruments           n       /'Instr@m@nts/
     683           37
              3 listening 1 pursuing             v       /p@'sju:IÎ/
     684                    trends
              3 37 listening 1                   n       /trendz/
     685           37
              3 listening 1 flits                v       /flIts/
     686           37
              3 listening 2 conventional         adj     /k@n'venS@n@l/
     687           37
              3 listening 2 pleasure-seeking     adj     /'pleZ@ "si:kIÎ/
     688           37
              3 listening 2 vain                 adj     /veIn/
     689      3 38        2 laid-back            adj     /"leId 'b{k/
     690      3 38        2 messy                adj     /'mesi/
     691      3 38        2 comfy                adj     /'kömfi/
     692      3 stage 2 refuge
discussing a topic 38                            n       /'refju:dZ/
     693      3 stage 2 clutter free
discussing a topic 38                            adj     /"klöt@ 'fri:/
     694      3 stage 2 independence
discussing a topic 38                            n       /"IndI'pend@ns/
     695      4 39        2 breathtaking         adj     /'breT"teIkIÎ/
     696      4 39        2 brilliant            adj     /'brIlj@nt/
     697      4 39        2 effortless           adj     /'ef@tl@s/
     698      4 39        2 glamorous            adj     /'gl{m@r@s/
     699      4 39        2 gorgeous             adj     /'gO:dZ@s/
     700      4 39        2 graceful             adj     /'greIsf@l/
     701      4 39        2 handsome             adj     /'h{ns@m/
     702      4 39        2 magnificent          adj     /m{g'nIf@s@nt/
     703      4 39        2 a real masterpiece   phr     /@ "rI@l 'mA:st@pi:s/
     704      4 39        2 picturesque          adj     /"pIktS@'resk/
     705      4 39        2 powerful             adj     /'paU@f@l/
     706      4 39        2 scenic               adj     /'si:nIk/
     707      4 39        2 striking             adj     /'straIkIÎ/
     708      4 39        2 stunning             adj     /'stönIÎ/
     709      4 40 title poetry                  n       /'p@U@tri/
     710      4 40        1 adjacent to          adj     /@'dZeIs@nt t@, tU/
     711      4 40        1 admirable            adj     /'{dmIr@b@l/
     712      4 40        1 dilapidated          adj     /dI'l{pIdeItId/
     713      4 40        1 insignificant        adj     /"InsIg'nIfIk@nt/
     714      4 40        1 solid                adj     /'sÁlId/
     715      4 40        1 solitary             adj     /'sÁl@t@ri/
     716      4 40        1 tiny                 adj     /'taIni/
     717      4 40        1 unique               adj     /ju:'ni:k/
     718      4 40        1 unremarkable         adj     /"önrI'mA:k@b@l/
     719      4 40        1 give shelter         v phr   /gIv 'Selt@/
     720      4 40        1 give shade           v phr   /gIv 'SeId/
     721      4 40        1 mark territory       v phr   /"mA:k 'ter@t@ri/
     722      4 40        1 protect privacy      v phr   /pr@"tekt 'prIv@si, 'praI-/
     723      4 40        1 surround             v       /s@'raUnd/
     724      4 40        2 field                n       /fi:ld/
725   4   40     2 guidebook             n      /'gaIdbUk/
726   4   40     2 lies                  v      /laIz/
727   4   40     2 plonk                 adv    /plÁÎk/
728   4   40     2 rising ground         n      /"raIzIÎ 'graUnd/
729   4   40     2 paces                 n      /'peIsIz/
730   4   40     2 seemingly             adv    /'si:mIÎli/
731   4   40     2 shadow                n      /'S{d@U/
732   4   40     2 lichens               n      /'laIk@nz, 'lItS@nz/
733   4   40     2 butterflies           n      /'böt@flaIz/
734   4   40     2 obstacle race         n      /'Ábst@k@l reIs/
735   4   40     2 chasing               v      /'tSeIsIÎ/
736   4   40     2 huddling              v      /'hödlIÎ/
737   4   40     2 sheep                 n      /Si:p/
738   4   40     2 slanting              adj    /'slA:ntIÎ/
739   4   40     2 rainfall              n      /'reInfO:l/
740   4   40     4 destination           n      /"destI'neIS@n/
741   4   41     5 botanical garden n           /b@"t{nIk@l 'gA:dn/
742   4   41     5 cot                   n      /kÁt/
743   4   41     5 shrieking             v      /'Sri:kIÎ/
744   4   41     5 umbilical cord        n      /öm'bIlIk@l "kO:d/
745   4   41     5 tortoise              n      /'tO:t@s/
746   4   41     6 storm                 n      /stO:m/
747   4   41     6 parade                n      /p@'reId/
748   4   41     7 bee in her bonnet phr        /"bi: In h@ 'bÁn@t/
749   4   41     7 fish out of water     phr    /"fIS aUt @v 'wO:t@/
750   4   41                              bag
                 7 let the cat out of thephr    /let D@ "k{t aUt @v D@ 'b{g/
751   4   41     7 black sheep           phr    /"bl{k 'Si:p/
752   4   41     7 (a) fly on the wall phr      /"flaI Án D@ 'wO:l/
753   4   41     7 bookworm              n      /'bUkwÆ:m/
754   4   41     7 rat race              phr    /'r{t reIs/
755   4   41     7 argument              n      /'A:gj@m@nt/
756   4   41     7 competitive           adj    /k@m'pet@tIv/
757   4   41     7 stressful             adj    /'stresf@l/
758   4   41     7 litter                n      /'lIt@/
759   4   41     7 is obsessed           v      /Iz @b'sest/
760   4   42 title wrapped up            v      /"r{pt 'öp/
761   4   42     2 materials             n      /m@'tI@ri@lz/
762   4   42     3 valleys               n      /'v{liz/
763   4   42     3 entire                adj    /In'taI@/
764   4   42     3 coastlines            n      /'k@UstlaInz/
765   4   42     3 projects              n      /'prÁdZekts/
766   4   42     3 square metres         n      /"skwe@ 'mi:t@z/
767   4   42     3 permission            n      /p@'mIS@n/
768   4   42     3 fabric                n      /'f{brIk/
769   4   42     3 glowing               adj    /'gl@UIÎ/
770   4   42     3 acclaim               n      /@'kleIm/
771   4   42     3 being appreciated v          /"bi:IÎ @'pri:SieItId/
772   4   42     3 saffron-coloured      adj    /'s{fr@n "köl@d/
773   4   42     3 nylon                 n      /'naIlÁn/
774   4   42     3 developed             v      /dI'vel@pt/
775   4   42     3 luminous              adj    /'lu:mIn@s/
776   4   42     3 translucent           adj    /tr{nz'lu:s@nt/
777   4   42    3   be suspended        v       /bi s@'spendId/
778   4   42    3   feat                n       /fi:t/
779   4   42    3   engineering         n       /"endZI'nI@rIÎ/
780   4   42    3   are financed        v       /@ 'faIn{nst, fI'n{nst/
781   4   42    3   sale                n       /seIl/
782   4   42    3   are dismantled      v       /@ dIs'm{ntld/
783   4   42    3   be criticised       v       /bi 'krItIsaIzd/
784   4   42    3   why bother          phr     /"waI 'bÁD@/
785   4   42    3   texture             n       /'tekstS@/
786   4   43    8   questioning         n       /'kwestS@nIÎ/
787   4   43    9   were transporting   v       /w@ tr{ns'pO:tIÎ/
788   4   43    9   damaged             v       /'d{mIdZd/
789   4   43    9   supported           v       /s@'pO:tId/
790   4   43    9   financially         adv     /faI'n@nS@li, fI-/
791   4   43   10   assassinate         v       /@'s{sIneIt/
792   4   43   10   madman              n       /'m{dm@n/
793   4   43   10   fasten              v       /'fA:s@n/
794   4   43   10   take-off            n       /'teIk Áf/
795   4   43   10   praise              v       /preIz/
796   4   43   10   embarrassing        adj     /Im'b{r@sIÎ/
797   4   43   10   suspicion           n       /s@'spIS@n/
798   4   43   11   dusty               adj     /'dösti/
799   4   43   11   awarded             v       /@'wO:dId/
800   4   43   11   had melted          v       /h@d 'meltId/
801   4   43   11   labelled            v       /'leIb@ld/
802   4   44    2   catchy              adj     /'k{tSi/
803   4   44    2   haunting            adj     /'hO:ntIÎ/
804   4   44    2   monotonous          adj     /m@'nÁt@n@s/
805   4   44    2   moving              adj     /'mu:vIÎ/
806   4   44    2   scary               adj     /'ske@ri/
807   4   44    2   sinister            adj     /'sInIst@/
808   4   44    2   soothing            adj     /'su:DIÎ/
809   4   44    2   soppy               adj     /'sÁpi/
810   4   44    2   tear-jerking        adj     /'tI@ "dZÆ:kIÎ/
811   4   44    2   tedious             adj     /'ti:di@s/
812   4   44    2   thoughtful          adj     /'TO:tf@l/
813   4   44    4   bands               n       /b{ndz/
814   4   45    5   rap                 n       /r{p/
815   4   45    5   to be honest        phr     /t@ bi 'Án@st/
816   4   45    5   techno              n       /'tekn@U/
817   4   45    5   I have to admit     phr     /aI "h{v tU @d'mIt/
818   4   45    8   hesitant            adj     /'hezIt@nt/
819   4   45   11   bit                 v       /bIt/
820   4   45   11   collar              n       /'kÁl@/
821   4   46    1   was directed        v       /w@z dI'rektId, daI-/
822   4   46    1   comes across        phr v   /"kömz @'krÁs/
823   4   46    1   belonged            v       /bI'lÁÎd/
824   4   46    1   previous            adj     /'pri:vi@s/
825   4   46    1   tenant              n       /'ten@nt/
826   4   46    1   loneliness          n       /'l@Unlin@s/
827   4   46    1   conflict            n       /'kÁnflIkt/
828   4   46    1   moral               adj     /'mÁr@l/
829       4 46        1 issue                  n     /'ISu:, 'Isju:/
830       4 46        1 fairy tale             n     /'fe@ri teIl/
831       4 46        1 intimately             adv   /'IntIm@tli/
832       4 46        1 recommend              v     /"rek@'mend/
833            47
          4 listening 2 art exhibition         n     /'A:t eks@"bIS@n/
834            47
          4 listening 2 spy                    n     /spaI/
835       4 48        2 sick and tired         phr   /"sIk @n 'taI@d/
836       4 48        2 bored to death         phr   /"bO:d t@ 'deT/
837       4 48        2 loads and loads        phr   /"l@Udz @n 'l@Udz/
838       4 48        2 a song and dance       phr   /@ "sÁÎ @n 'dA:ns/
839       4 48        2 hang on a second       phr   /"h{Î 'Án @ "sek@nd/
840       4 48        2 corny                  adj   /'kO:ni/
841       4 48        2 right up your street   phr   /"raIt öp jO: 'stri:t/
842       4 48        2 bits and pieces        phr   /"bIts @n 'pi:sIz/
843       4 48        2 fuss                   n     /fös/
844       4 49        2 unspoilt               adj   /"ön'spOIlt/
845       4 49        2 borders                n     /'bO:d@z/
846       4 49        2 wooded                 adj   /'wUdId/
847       4 49        2 base                   v     /beIs/
848       4 49        2 spectacular            adj   /spek't{kj@l@/
849       4 49        2 medieval               adj   /"medi'i:v@l/
850       4 49        2 seat                   n     /si:t/
851       4 49        2 scores                 n     /skO:z/
852       4 49        2 hang gliding           n     /'h{Î "glaIdIÎ/
853       4 49        2 reputation             n     /"repj@'teIS@n/
854            50     1 concern
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /k@n'sÆ:n/
855            50     1 crowd
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /kraUd/
856            50     1 safety
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /'seIfti/
857            50     1 appealed
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /@'pi:ld/
858            50     1 guards
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /gA:dz/
859            50     1 struggled
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /'strög@ld/
860            50     1 persuaded
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /p@'sweIdId/
861            50     1 delays
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /dI'leIz/
862            50     1 served
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /sÆ:vd/
863            50     1 heighten
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /'haItn/
864            50     1 trapped
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /tr{pt/
865            50     2 spray
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /spreI/
866            50     2 avant-garde
      review modules 3 and 4                   adj   /"{vÁÎ 'gA:d/
867            50     2 be considered
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /bi k@n'sId@d/
868            51     3 jaguar
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /'dZ{gju@/
869            51     3 virtual reality
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /"vÆ:tSu@l ri'{l@ti/
870            51     3 confront
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /k@n'frönt/
871            51     3 puppet
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /'pöpIt/
872   review modules 3 and dimensional
               51     3 three 4                adj   /"Tri: daI'menS@n@l, dI-/
873            51     3 twist
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /twIst/
874            51     3 accompany
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /@'kömp@ni/
875            51     3 exhibit
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /Ig'zIbIt/
876            51     3 combine
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /k@m'baIn/
877            51     3 ceiling
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /'si:lIÎ/
878   review modules 3 and 4
               51     3 dimension              n     /daI'menS@n, dI-/
879            51     3 rise
      review modules 3 and 4                   n     /raIz/
880            51     3 merge
      review modules 3 and 4                   v     /mÆ:dZ/
881          51    6 figures
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'fIg@z/
882          51    6 effect
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /I'fekt/
883          51    6 mind 4
      review modules 3 and you               v phr   /"maInd 'ju:/
884          51    8 inspire
      review modules 3 and 4                 v       /In'spaI@/
885          51    9 strode
      review modules 3 and 4                 v       /str@Ud/
886          51 11 disarmament
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /dIs'A:m@m@nt/
887          51 11 session
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'seS@n/
888          51 11 classification
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /"kl{s@fI'keIS@n/
889          52    1 lingua franca
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /"lIÎgw@ 'fr{Îk@/
890          52    3 colony
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'kÁl@ni/
891          52    3 loyalists
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'lOI@lIsts/
892          52    3 treaty
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'tri:ti/
893          52    3 emigration
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /"emI'greIS@n/
894          52    4 states
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /steIts/
895          52    4 similarities
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /"sIm@'l{r@tiz/
896          52    6 varieties
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /v@'raI@tiz/
897          52    7 aspects
      review modules 3 and 4                 n       /'{spekts/
898       5 53 title frontiers               n       /'fröntI@z/
899       5 53     1 biology                 n       /baI'Ál@dZi/
900       5 53     1 physics                 n       /'fIzIks/
901       5 53     1 information technology  n       /"Inf@'meIS@n tek'nÁl@dZi/
902       5 53     1 astronomy               n       /@'strÁn@mi/
903       5 53     1 cosmology               n       /kÁz'mÁl@dZi/
904       5 53     1 geology                 n       /dZi'Ál@dZi/
905       5 53     1 Petri dish              n       /'pi:tri dIS/
906       5 53     2 antibiotics             n       /"{ntibaI'ÁtIks/
907       5 53     2 artificial intelligence n       /"A:tIfIS@l In'telIdZ@ns/
908       5 53     2 atom                    n       /'{t@m/
909       5 53     2 bacteria                n       /b{k'tI@ri@/
910       5 53     2 black hole              n       /"bl{k 'h@Ul/
911       5 53     2 data processing         n       /"deIt@ 'pr@UsesIÎ, "dA:t@/
912       5 53     2 deep space              n       /"di:p 'speIs/
913       5 53     2 DNA molecule            n       /"di: en 'eI "mÁlIkju:l/
914       5 53     2 electric current        n       /I"lektrIk 'kör@nt/
915       5 53     2 energy                  n       /'en@dZi/
916       5 53     2 equation                n       /I'kweIZ@n/
917       5 53     2 galaxy                  n       /'g{l@ksi/
918       5 53     2 gene                    n       /dZi:n/
919       5 53     2 gravity                 n       /'gr{v@ti/
920       5 53     2 human genome            n       /"hju:m@n 'dZi:n@Um/
921       5 53     2 light year              n       /'laIt jI@, jÆ:/
922       5 53     2 mass                    n       /m{s/
923       5 53     2 microchip               n       /'maIkr@U"tSIp/
924       5 53     2 microscope              n       /'maIkr@sk@Up/
925       5 53     2 online                  adv     /"Án'laIn/
926       5 53     2 radioactivity           n       /"reIdi@U{k'tIv@ti/
927       5 53     2 radio telescope         n       /"reIdi@U 'tel@sk@Up/
928       5 53     2 search engine           n       /'sÆ:tS "endZIn/
929       5 53     2 solar system            n       /'s@Ul@ "sIst@m/
930       5 53     3 documentary             n       /"dÁkj@'ment@ri/
931       5 53     3 quiz                    n       /kwIz/
932       5 54     1 penicillin              n       /"penI'sIlIn/
933   5   54   2   landmarks           n        /'l{ndmA:ks/
934   5   54   2   rocking             v        /'rÁkIÎ/
935   5   54   2   universe            n        /'ju:nIvÆ:s/
936   5   54   2   nuclear bomb        n        /"nju:kli@ 'bÁm/
937   5   54   2   aware of            adj      /@'we@r @v, Áv/
938   5   54   2   mould-breaking      adj      /'m@Uld "breIkIÎ/
939   5   54   2   demonstrated        v        /'dem@nstreItId/
940   5   54   2   relativity          n        /"rel@'tIv@ti/
941   5   54   2   constant            adj      /'kÁnst@nt/
942   5   54   2   vary                v        /'ve@ri/
943   5   54   2   perspective         n        /p@'spektIv/
944   5   54   2   high-powered        adj      /"haI 'paU@d/
945   5   54   2   painstakingly       adv      /'peInzteIkIÎli/
946   5   54   2   nebulae             n        /'nebjUli:/
947   5   54   2   patches             n        /'p{tSIz/
948   5   54   2   was on the brink of prep phr /w@z "Án D@ 'brIÎk @v, Áv/
949   5   54   2   astronomical        adj      /"{str@'nÁmIk@l/
950   5   54   2   breakthrough        n        /'breIkTru:/
951   5   54   2   is expanding        v        /Iz Ik'sp{ndIÎ/
952   5   54   2   was published       v        /w@z 'pöblISt/
953   5   54   2   far-reaching        adj      /"fA: 'ri:tSIÎ/
954   5   54   2   laboratory          n        /l@'bÁr@tri/
955   5   54   2   mould               n        /m@Uld/
956   5   54   2   effective           adj      /I'fektIv/
957   5   54   2   mass-produced       adj      /"m{s pr@'dju:st/
958   5   54   2   despite             conj     /dI'spaIt/
959   5   54   2   outcome             n        /'aUtköm/
960   5   54   2   unassuming          adj      /"ön@'sju:mIÎ/
961   5   54   2   was involved in     v        /w@z In'vÁlvd In/
962   5   54   2   manufacturing       v        /"m{nj@'f{ktS@rIÎ/
963   5   54   2   navy                n        /'neIvi/
964   5   54   2   improving           v        /Im'pru:vIÎ/
965   5   54   2   accuracy            n        /'{kj@r@si/
966   5   54   2   artillery shells    n        /A:'tIl@ri Selz/
967   5   54   2   incredibly          adv      /In'kred@bli/
968   5   54   2   calculations        n        /"k{lkj@'leIS@nz/
969   5   54   2   engineer            n        /"endZI'nI@/
970   5   54   2   physicist           n        /'fIzIsIst/
971   5   55   2   tubes               n        /tju:bz/
972   5   55   2   switches            n        /'swItSIz/
973   5   55   2   consumed            v        /k@n'sju:md/
974   5   55   2   dim                 adj      /dIm/
975   5   55   2   programmable        adj      /'pr@Ugr{m@b@l/
976   5   55   2   ground-breaking adj          /'graUnd "breIkIÎ/
977   5   55   2   molecule            n        /'mÁlIkju:l/
978   5   55   2   passing on          phr v    /"pA:sIÎ 'Án/
979   5   55   2   genetic             adj      /dZ@'netIk/
980   5   55   2   jigsaw puzzle       n        /'dZIgsO: "pöz@l/
981   5   55   2                       fallen    place
                   the last piece…had phr into/D@ "lA:st 'pi:s h@d "fO:l@n Int@ 'pleIs/
982   5   55   2   time-consuming      adj      /'taIm k@n"sju:mIÎ/
983   5   55   2   computerised        adj      /k@m'pju:t@raIzd/
984   5   55   2   chemicals           n        /'kemIk@lz/
 985   5   55    2   telephone directory n          /'tel@f@Un daI"rekt@ri, dI-/
 986   5   55    2   cure                v          /kjU@/
 987   5   55    2   hereditary          adj        /hI'redIt@ri/
 988   5   55    2   outlook             n          /'aUtlUk/
 989   5   55    4   formula             n          /'fO:mj@l@/
 990   5   55    4   process             n          /'pr@Uses/
 991   5   55    4   objective           n          /"ÁbdZek'tIv@ti/
 992   5   55    4   code                n          /k@Ud/
 993   5   55    4   costly              adj        /'kÁstli/
 994   5   55    7   consequences        n          /'kÁnsIkw@nsIz/
 995   5   56    1   astrology           n          /@'strÁl@dZi/
 996   5   56    1   futurology          n          /"fju:tS@'rÁl@dZi/
 997   5   56    1   gazes               v          /'geIzIz/
 998   5   56    1   confess             v          /k@n'fes/
 999   5   56    1   crystal balls       n          /"krIstl 'bO:lz/
1000   5   56    1   tea-leaves          n          /'ti: li:vz/
1001   5   56    1   horoscope           n          /'hÁr@sk@Up/
1002   5   56    1   conference          n          /'kÁnf@r@ns/
1003   5   56    1   impact              n          /'Imp{kt/
1004   5   56    1   logged on           phr v      /"lÁgd 'Án/
1005   5   56    1   efficient           adj        /I'fIS@nt/
1006   5   56    1   brain               n          /breIn/
1007   5   56    1   in terms of         prep phr   /In 'tÆ:mz @v, Áv/
1008   5   56    1   store               v          /stO:/
1009   5   56    1   genetic engineeringn           /dZ@"netIk "endZI'nI@rIÎ/
1010   5   56    1   nanotechnology      n          /"n{n@Utek'nÁl@dZi/
1011   5   56    1   will enable         v          /wIl I'neIb@l/
1012   5   56    1   insect-like         adj        /'Insekt laIk/
1013   5   56    1   will be linking     v          /wIl bi 'lIÎkIÎ/
1014   5   56    1   ultra-smart         adj        /"öltr@ 'smA:t/
1015   5   56    1   species             n          /'spi:Si:z/
1016   5   56    1   will have colonised v          /wIl h@v 'kÁl@naIzd/
1017   5   56    1   beat                v          /bi:t/
1018   5   56    3   tiny                adj        /'taIni/
1019   5   57    7   will be activated   v          /wIl bi '{ktIveItId/
1020   5   57    8   use up              phr v      /"ju:z 'öp/
1021   5   57    8   resources           n          /rI'zO:sIz, rI'sO:sIz/
1022   5   57    8   oil                 n          /OIl/
1023   5   57    8   Mars                n          /mA:z/
1024   5   57    8   Venus               n          /'vi:n@s/
1025   5   57    8   investigate         v          /In'vestIgeIt/
1026   5   57    8   settling down       phr v      /"setlIÎ 'daUn/
1027   5   57    9   participants        n          /pA:'tIsIp@nts/
1028   5   57    9   attend              v          /@'tend/
1029   5   57    9   panel discussion n             /'p{nl dI"sköS@n/
1030   5   57    9   lecture             n          /'lektS@/
1031   5   57    9   alternative         adj        /O:l'tÆ:n@tIv/
1032   5   57    9   sources             n          /'sO:sIz/
1033   5   57    9   reception           n          /rI'sepS@n/
1034   5   57    9   identify            v          /aI'dentIfaI/
1035   5   57   10   will have achieved v           /wIl h@v @'tSi:vd/
1036   5   58    1   science fiction     n          /"saI@ns 'fIkS@n/
1037   5   58   1   androids              n          /'{ndrOIdz/
1038   5   58   1   chess                 n          /tSes/
1039   5   58   1   compose               v          /k@m'p@Uz/
1040   5   58   3   on screen             prep phr   /"Án 'skri:n/
1041   5   58   3   virtual               adj        /'vÆ:tSu@l/
1042   5   58   3   beforehand            adv        /bI'fO:h{nd/
1043   5   58   3   creators              n          /kri'eIt@z/
1044   5   59   6   classical pieces      n          /'kl{sIk@l "pi:sIz/
1045   5   59   6   provokes              v          /pr@'v@Uks/
1046   5   59   6   reflection            n          /rI'flekS@n/
1047   5   59   7   take over             phr v      /"teIk '@Uv@/
1048   5   59   7   walked out            phr v      /"wO:kt 'aUt/
1049   5   59   7   get across            phr v      /"get @'krÁs/
1050   5   59   7   give away             phr v      /"gIv @'weI/
1051   5   59   7   is to do with         phr v      /Iz t@ 'du: wID, wIT/
1052   5   59   7   makes up for          phr v      /"meIks 'öp f@, fO:/
1053   5   59   7   came out              phr v      /keIm 'aUt/
1054   5   59   7   make out              phr v      /"meIk 'aUt/
1055   5   59   7   got a lot out of      phr v      /gÁt @ 'lÁt aUt @v, Áv/
1056   5   59   7   was released          v          /w@z rI'li:st/
1057   5   59   7   compensates for       v          /'kÁmp@nseIts f@, fO:/
1058   5   59   7   lack of               n          /'l{k @v, Áv/
1059   5   59   7   visual effects        n          /"vIZu@l I'fekts/
1060   5   59   7   employs               v          /Im'plOIz/
1061   5   59   7   reveal                v          /rI'vi:l/
1062   5   59   7   astronauts            n          /'{str@nO:ts/
1063   5   59   8   hibernation           n          /"haIb@'neIS@n/
1064   5   59   8   disconnecting         v          /"dIsk@'nektIÎ/
1065   5   59   8   emotions              n          /I'm@US@nz/
1066   5   60   1   exhibition            n          /"eksI'bIS@n/
1067   5   60   1   memorable             adj        /'mem@r@b@l/
1068   5   60   1   left our mark on      v phr      /"left aU@ 'mA:k Án/
1069   5   60   1   in its infancy        phr        /In Its 'Inf@nsi/
1070   5   60   1   so that               conj       /'s@U D@t, D{t/
1071   5   60   1   at our own pace       prep phr   /{t aU@r "@Un 'peIs/
1072   5   60   1   in case               conj       /In 'keIs/
1073   5   60   1   got confused          v          /"gÁt k@n'fju:zd/
1074   5   60   1   reflect               v          /rI'flekt/
1075   5   60   1   theme                 n          /Ti:m/
1076   5   60   1   dressed up            phr v      /"drest 'öp/
1077   5   60   1   spaceships            n          /'speIs"SIps/
1078   5   60   1   probes                n          /pr@Ubz/
1079   5   60   1   refreshments          n          /rI'freSm@nts/
1080   5   60   1   aliens                n          /'eIli@nz/
1081   5   60   1   presumably            adv        /prI'zju:m@bli/
1082   5   60   1   replica               n          /'replIk@/
1083   5   60   1   control panels        n          /k@n'tr@Ul "p{n@lz/
1084   5   60   1   so as to              conj       /'s@U @z t@, tU/
1085   5   60   1   launching             v          /'lO:ntSIÎ/
1086   5   60   1   interactive           adj        /"Int@r'{ktIv/
1087   5   60   1   the sky's the limit   phr        /D@ "skaIz D@ 'lImIt/
1088   5   60   2   is all about          phr v      /Iz 'O:l @baUt/
1089   5 60        2   the thing kicked off   phr     /D@ "TIÎ kIkt 'Áf/
1090   5 60        2   breaks                 n       /breIks/
1091   5 60        2   life-like              adj     /'laIf laIk/
1092   5 61        5   costume                n       /'kÁstjUm/
1093   5 61        5   foggy                  adj     /'fÁgi/
1094   5 61        5   due to                 conj    /'dju: t@, tU/
1095   5 61        5   come round             phr v   /köm 'raUnd/
1096   5 61        5   giving him a ring      phr     /"gIvIÎ hIm @ 'rIÎ/
1097   5 61        5   spill                  v       /spIl/
1098   5 61        5   jug                    n       /dZög/
1099        61
       5 listening 2   test-tube              n       /'test "tju:b/
1100        61
       5 listening 2   nuclear war            n       /"nju:kli@ 'wO:/
1101        61
       5 listening 2   humankind              n       /"hju:m@n'kaInd/
1102   5 62        1   canyons                n       /'k{nj@nz/
1103   5 62        1   meteorite              n       /'mi:ti@raIt/
1104   5 62        1   manned                 adj     /m{nd/
1105   6 63        1   ankle                  n       /'{Îk@l/
1106   6 63        1   heart                  n       /hA:t/
1107   6 63        1   kidneys                n       /'kIdniz/
1108   6 63        1   knee                   n       /ni:/
1109   6 63        1   liver                  n       /'lIv@/
1110   6 63        1   lungs                  n       /löÎz/
1111   6 63        1   muscle                 n       /'mös@l/
1112   6 63        1   ribs                   n       /rIbz/
1113   6 63        1   skin                   n       /skIn/
1114   6 63        1   spine                  n       /spaIn/
1115   6 63        1   stomach                n       /'stöm@k/
1116   6 63        1   wrist                  n       /rIst/
1117   6 64        1   vaccine                n       /'v{ksi:n/
1118   6 64        1   prevent                v       /prI'vent/
1119   6 64        1   Aids                   n       /eIdz/
1120   6 64        1   bronchitis             n       /brÁÎ'kaItIs/
1121   6 64        1   cancer                 n       /'k{ns@/
1122   6 64        1   diarrhoea              n       /"daI@'rI@/
1123   6 64        1   flu ( = influenza)     n       /flu:/
1124   6 64        1   malaria                n       /m@'le@ri@/
1125   6 64        1   measles                n       /'mi:z@lz/
1126   6 64        1   pneumonia              n       /nju:'m@Uni@/
1127   6 64        1   polio                  n       /'p@Uli@U/
1128   6 64        1   tetanus                n       /'tet@n@s/
1129   6 64        1   TB (= tuberculosis)            /"ti: 'bi:/
1130   6 64        2   estimated              adj     /'estImeItId/
1131   6 64        2   pick up                phr v   /"pIk 'öp/
1132   6 64        2   suffer from            v       /'söf@ fr@m, frÁm/
1133   6 64        2   disables               v       /dIs'eIb@lz/
1134   6 64        2   had contracted         v       /h@d k@n'tr{ktId/
1135   6 64        2   outbreak               n       /'aUtbreIk/
1136   6 64        2   epidemic               n       /"epI'demIk/
1137   6 64        3   infusion               n       /In'fju:Z@n/
1138   6 64        3   astonished             adj     /@'stÁnISt/
1139   6 64        3   healthy                adj     /'helTi/
1140   6 64        3   fatal                  adj     /'feItl/
1141   6   64   3   flaws                 n     /flO:z/
1142   6   64   3   has been cracked v          /h@z bi:n 'kr{kt/
1143   6   64   3   definitive            adj   /dI'fIn@tIv/
1144   6   64   3   treatment             n     /'tri:tm@nt/
1145   6   64   3   nevertheless          adv   /"nev@D@'les/
1146   6   64   3   a breath of fresh air phr   /@ "breT @v freS 'e@/
1147   6   64   3   therapy               n     /'Ter@pi/
1148   6   64   3   bone marrow           n     /'b@Un "m{r@U/
1149   6   64   3   cell                  n     /sel/
1150   6   64   3   signals               n     /'sIgn@lz/
1151   6   64   3   multiply              v     /'möltIplaI/
1152   6   64   3   immunology            n     /"Imj@'nÁl@dZi/
1153   6   64   3   unequivocally         adv   /"önI'kwIv@kli/
1154   6   64   3   insert                v     /In'sÆ:t/
1155   6   64   3   millilitres           n     /'mIlIli:t@z/
1156   6   64   3   fluid                 n     /'flu:Id/
1157   6   64   3   immunity              n     /I'mju:n@ti/
1158   6   65   3   euphoria              n     /ju:'fO:ri@/
1159   6   65   3   corridors             n     /'kÁrIdO:z/
1160   6   65   3   transformation        n     /"tr{nsf@'meIS@n/
1161   6   65   3   airtight              adj   /'e@taIt/
1162   6   65   3   bubble                n     /'böb@l/
1163   6   65   3   was admitted          v     /w@z @d'mItId/
1164   6   65   3   rare                  adj   /re@/
1165   6   65   3   inherited             adj   /In'herItId/
1166   6   65   3   disorder              n     /dIs'O:d@/
1167   6   65   3   immune system         n     /I'mju:n "sIst@m/
1168   6   65   3   infection             n     /In'fekS@n/
1169   6   65   3   deadly                adj   /'dedli/
1170   6   65   3   nurse                 n     /nÆ:s/
1171   6   65   3   marvel                n     /'mA:v@l/
1172   6   65   3   sickly                adj   /'sIkli/
1173   6   65   3   underweight           adj   /"önd@'weIt/
1174   6   65   3   blotches              n     /blÁtSIz/
1175   6   65   3   complications         n     /"kÁmplI'keIS@nz/
1176   6   65   3   initial               adj   /I'nIS@l/
1177   6   65   3   optimism              n     /'ÁptImIz@m/
1178   6   65   3   major                 adj   /'meIdZ@/
1179   6   65   3   leading               adj   /'li:dIÎ/
1180   6   65   3   underlines            v     /"önd@'laInz/
1181   6   65   3   mature                adj   /m@'tSU@/
1182   6   65   7   deciphered            v     /dI'saIf@d/
1183   6   65   7   capacity              n     /k@'p{s@ti/
1184   6   65   7   advance               n     /@d'vA:ns/
1185   6   65   8   drugs                 n     /drögz/
1186   6   66   2   performance           n     /p@'fO:m@ns/
1187   6   66   2   distort               v     /dI'stO:t/
1188   6   66   2   gene-doping           n     /'dZi:n "d@UpIÎ/
1189   6   66   2   contemporary          adj   /k@n'temp@r@ri, -p@ri/
1190   6   66   2   amateur               n     /'{m@t@/
1191   6   66   2   have tumbled          v     /h@v 'tömb@ld/
1192   6   66   2   track and field       n     /"tr{k @n 'fi:ld/
1193   6   66   2   equipment           n        /I'kwIpm@nt/
1194   6   66   2   slow down           phr v    /"sl@U 'daUn/
1195   6   66   2                       adj
                    performance-enhancing        /p@'fO:m@ns In"hA:nsIÎ/
1196   6   66   2   doping              n        /'d@UpIÎ/
1197   6   66   2   dubious             adj      /'dju:bi@s/
1198   6   66   2   threat              n        /Tret/
1199   6   66   2   medical             adj      /'medIk@l/
1200   6   66   2   purposes            n        /'pÆ:p@sIz/
1201   6   66   2   stamina             n        /'st{mIn@/
1202   6   66   2   detect              v        /dI'tekt/
1203   6   66   2   genetically-modifiedadj      /dZ@"netIkli 'mÁdIfaId/
1204   6   66   2   marathon            n        /'m{r@T@n/
1205   6   66   2   monsters            n        /'mÁnst@z/
1206   6   66   2   spirit              n        /'spIrIt/
1207   6   66   5   was banned from v            /w@z 'b{nd fr@m, frÁm/
1208   6   67   6   skilful             adj      /'skIlf@l/
1209   6   67   8   had broken out      phr v    /h@d "br@Uk@n 'aUt/
1210   6   67   8   continent           n        /'kÁntIn@nt/
1211   6   67   9   date                n        /deIt/
1212   6   67   9   support             v        /s@'pO:t/
1213   6   68   1   billion             number   /'bIlj@n/
1214   6   68   1   neuron              n        /'njU@rÁn/
1215   6   68   1   organ               n        /'O:g@n/
1216   6   68   1   substance           n        /'söbst@ns/
1217   6   68   1   nerve cell          n        /'nÆ:v sel/
1218   6   68   1   unit                n        /'ju:nIt/
1219   6   68   1   structure           n        /'ströktS@/
1220   6   68   1   living matter       n        /"lIvIÎ 'm{t@/
1221   6   68   3   consists of         v        /k@n'sIsts @v, Áv/
1222   6   68   3   electrical impulses n        /I"lektrIk@l 'ImpölsIz/
1223   6   68   3   neuroscientists     n        /'njU@r@U"saI@ntIsts/
1224   6   68   3   related to          v        /rI'leItId t@, tU/
1225   6   68   3   interprets          v        /In'tÆ:prIts/
1226   6   68   5   motivated           v        /'m@UtIveItId/
1227   6   68   5   rewarding           v        /rI'wO:dIÎ/
1228   6   68   5   revision            n        /rI'vIZ@n/
1229   6   68   5   prioritise          v        /praI'ÁrItaIz/
1230   6   69   6   priorities          n        /praI'ÁrItiz/
1231   6   69   6   rewards             n        /rI'wO:dz/
1232   6   69   7   camping holiday     n        /'k{mpIÎ "hÁl@di, -deI/
1233   6   69   7   get fit             phr      /get 'fIt/
1234   6   69   8   mention             v        /'menS@n/
1235   6   69   8   postpone            v        /p@Us'p@Un/
1236   6   69   8   put off             phr v    /pUt 'Áf/
1237   6   69   8   get down to         phr v    /get 'daUn t@, tU/
1238   6   69   8   got a lot out of    phr v    /gÁt @ "lÁt 'aUt @v, Áv/
1239   6   69   8   going over          phr v    /"g@UIÎ '@Uv@/
1240   6   69   8   finding out         phr v    /"faIndIÎ 'aUt/
1241   6   69   8   work out            phr v    /"wÆ:k 'aUt/
1242   6   69   8   write down          phr v    /"raIt 'daUn/
1243   6   69   8   bring up            phr v    /"brIÎ 'öp/
1244   6   69   8   went through        phr v    /went 'Tru:/
1245       6 69        8 come up              phr v    /köm 'öp/
1246       6 69        8 got through          phr v    /gÁt 'Tru:/
1247       6 70        1 whereas              conj     /we@r'{z/
1248       6 70        1 cloning              v        /'kl@UnIÎ/
1249       6 70        1 repulsive            adj      /rI'pölsIv/
1250       6 70        1 transplant           n        /'tr{nsplA:nt/
1251       6 70        2 debate               n        /dI'beIt/
1252       6 70        2 unnatural            adj      /ön'n{tS@r@l/
1253       6 70        2 tissue               n        /'tISu:/
1254       6 70        2 replacement          n        /rI'pleIsm@nt/
1255       6 70        2 clones               n        /kl@Unz/
1256       6 70        2 donor                n        /'d@Un@/
1257       6 70        2 compatible           adj      /k@m'p{tIb@l/
1258       6 70        2 endangered           adj      /In'deIndZ@d/
1259       6 70        2 long-term            adj      /"lÁÎ 'tÆ:m/
1260       6 70        2 eliminated           v        /I'lImIneItId/
1261       6 70        2 regulate             v        /'regj@leIt/
1262            71
           6 talkback convincing              adj      /k@n'vInsIÎ/
1263            71
           6 listening 1 chat show            n        /'tS{t S@U/
1264            71
           6 listening 1 game show            n        /'geIm S@U/
1265            71
           6 listening 3 radically            adv      /'r{dIkli/
1266            71
           6 listening 3 manipulate           v        /m@'nIpj@leIt/
1267       6 72        1 in favour            prep phr /In 'feIv@/
1268       6 72        1 with reservations prep phr /wID "rez@'veIS@nz/
1269       6 72        2 not in any circumstances
                                              phr      /nÁt In "eni 'sÆ:k@mst{nsIz, -st@nsIz/
1270       6 72        2 absurd               adj      /@b'sÆ:d/
1271       6 72        2 from the word go prep phr /fr@m D@ "wÆ:d 'g@U/
1272       6 72                                about /d@Unt "ke@ tu: 'hu:ts @baUt/
                       2 don’t care two hootsphr
1273       6 72        2 I bet                phr      /"aI 'bet/
1274       6 72        2 wouldn’t touch it with a bargepole
                                              phr      /wUdnt "tötS It wID @ 'bA:dZp@Ul/
1275       6 72        2 totally off the map phr       /"t@Utl-i Áf D@ 'm{p/
1276       6 72        2 come off it          phr      /köm 'Áf It/
1277       6 72        3 let's face it        phr      /"lets 'feIs It/
1278       6 72        3 for starters         prep phr /f@ 'stA:t@z/
1279       6 72        3 I reckon             phr      /aI 'rek@n/
1280       6 72  stage 1 fertility drugs      n        /fÆ:'tIl@ti drögz/
1281       6 72  stage 2 eating disorders     n        /'i:tIÎ dIs"O:d@z/
1282       6 72  stage 2 eradicate            v        /I'r{dIkeIt/
1283       6 73        1 battle               n        /'b{tl/
1284       6 73        1 was ranked           v        /w@z 'r{Îkt/
1285       6 73        1 contracts            n        /'kÁntr{kts/
1286       6 73        1 within               prep     /wID'In/
1287       6 73        1 had been diagnosed   v        /h@d bi:n 'daI@gn@Uzd/
1288       6 73        1 determination        n        /dI"tÆ:mI'neIS@n/
1289       6 73        1 undergo              v        /"önd@'g@U/
1290       6 73        1 wristbands           n        /'rIst"b{ndz/
1291       6 73        2 diagnosis            n        /"daI@g'n@UsIs/
1292       6 73          chemotherapy         n        /"ki:m@U'Ter@pi/
1293            74     1 laid out
       review modules 5 and 6 flat            phr      /"leId aUt 'fl{t/
1294            74     1 headache
       review modules 5 and 6                 n        /'hedeIk/
1295            74     1 crops
       review modules 5 and 6                 n        /krÁps/
1296            74     1 resist
       review modules 5 and 6                 v        /rI'zIst/
1297           74     1 consistency
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /k@n'sIst@nsi/
1298           74     1 vegetarians
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /"vedZ@'te@ri@nz/
1299           74     1 had not
       review modules 5 and 6 bred        v          /h@d "nÁt 'bred/
1300           74     1 range
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /reIndZ/
1301           74     2 lightbulbs
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'laItbölbz/
1302           74     2 cholera
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'kÁl@r@/
1303           74     2 guns
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /gönz/
1304           74     2 wheel
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /wi:l/
1305                  3 wouldn’t
       review modules 5 and 6 have evolved
               74                         v          /"wUdnt h@v I'vÁlvd/
1306           74     4 lift
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /lIft/
1307           74     4 rockets
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'rÁkIts/
1308           74     4 program
       review modules 5 and 6             v          /'pr@Ugr{m/
1309           74     4 commands
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /k@'mA:ndz/
1310           74     4 atmospheres
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'{tm@sfI@z/
1311           74     6 stitches
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'stItSIz/
1312           75     7 bug
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /bög/
1313           75     8 dinosaurs
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'daIn@sO:z/
1314           75     8 suspicion
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /s@'spIS@n/
1315           75     8 software
       review modules 5 and 6 engineer n             /'sÁftwe@ "endZI'nI@/
1316           75     8 impulses
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /'ImpölsIz/
1317           75     9 the tropics
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /D@ 'trÁpIks/
1318           75     9 nerves
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /nÆ:vz/
1319           75     9 jaw
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /dZO:/
1320           75 11 was wounded
       review modules 5 and 6             v          /w@z 'wu:ndId/
1321           75 11 round
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /raUnd/
1322           75 11 unconscious
       review modules 5 and 6             n          /ön'kÁnS@s/
1323           75 13 in advance
       review modules 5 and 6             prep phr   /In @d'vA:ns/
1324           75 13 crashed
       review modules 5 and 6 into        phr v      /'kr{St "Int@, "IntU/
1325           76     3
       culture corner 1 declaration       n          /"dekl@'reIS@n/
1326           76     3
       culture corner 1 gold rush         n          /'g@Uld röS/
1327           76     3
       culture corner 1 civil war         n          /"sIv@l 'wO:/
1328           76     3
       culture corner 1 trans-continental adj        /"tr{nz kÁntI'nentl/
1329           76     3
       culture corner 1 railway           n          /'reIlweI/
1330           76     3
       culture corner 1 defeated          v          /dI'fi:tId/
1331           76     3
       culture corner 1 native Americans n           /"neItIv @'merIk@nz/
1332           76     3
       culture corner 1 massacred         v          /'m{s@k@d/
1333           76     3
       culture corner 1 prohibition       n          /"pr@UhI'bIS@n/
1334           76     3
       culture corner 1 collapse          n          /k@'l{ps/
1335           76     3
       culture corner 1 stock exchange    n          /'stÁk Iks"tSeIndZ/
1336           76     3
       culture corner 4 negotiate         v          /nI'g@USieIt/
1337           76     3
       culture corner 4 leap              n          /li:p/
1338           76     3
       culture corner 4 freedom           n          /'fri:d@m/
1339           76     3
       culture corner 4 slave             n          /sleIv/
1340           76     3
       culture corner 4 assure            v          /@'SU@/
1341           76     3
       culture corner 4 has outrun        v          /h@z aUt'rön/
1342           76     3
       culture corner 4 spiritual         adj        /'spIrItSu@l/
1343           76     3
       culture corner 4 missiles          n          /'mIsaIlz/
1344           76     3
       culture corner 4 misguided         adj        /mIs'gaIdId/
1345       7 77       3 breathtaking      adj        /'breT"teIkIÎ/
1346       7 77       3 bustling          adj        /'bös@lIÎ/
1347       7 77       3 cultural          adj        /'költS@r@l/
1348       7 77       3 melting-pot       adj        /'meltIÎ pÁt/
1349   7   77   3   delicious       adj     /dI'lIS@s/
1350   7   77   3   dramatic        adj     /dr@'m{tIk/
1351   7   77   3   scenery         n       /'si:n@ri/
1352   7   77   3   elegant         adj     /'elIg@nt/
1353   7   77   3   architecture    n       /'A:kItektS@/
1354   7   77   3   exotic          adj     /Ig'zÁtIk/
1355   7   77   3   historic        adj     /hI'stÁrIk/
1356   7   77   3   ideal           adj     /"aI'dI@l/
1357   7   77   3   flora           n       /'flO:r@/
1358   7   77   3   fauna           n       /'fO:n@/
1359   7   77   3   nightlife       n       /'naItlaIf/
1360   7   77   3   snow-capped     adj     /'sn@U k{pt/
1361   7   77   3   teeming         adj     /'ti:mIÎ/
1362   7   78   1   backpack        n       /'b{kp{k/
1363   7   78   1   camp bed        n       /'k{mp bed/
1364   7   78   1   fishing hooks   n       /'fISIÎ hUks/
1365   7   78   1   mosquito net    n       /m@'ski:t@U net/
1366   7   78   1   alarming        adj     /@'lA:mIÎ/
1367   7   78   1   apprehensive    adj     /"{prI'hensIv/
1368   7   78   1   courageous      adj     /k@'reIdZ@s/
1369   7   78   1   daunted         adj     /'dO:ntId/
1370   7   78   1   exhausted       adj     /Ig'zO:stId/
1371   7   78   1   painful         adj     /'peInf@l/
1372   7   78   1   promising       adj     /'prÁmIsIÎ/
1373   7   78   1   turbulent       adj     /'tÆ:bj@l@nt/
1374   7   78   1   biochemist      n       /"baI@U'kemIst/
1375   7   78   1   set out on      phr v   /"set 'aUt Án/
1376   7   78   1   native          adj     /'neItIv/
1377   7   78   1   companion       n       /k@m'p{nj@n/
1378   7   78   1   revolutionary   adj     /"rev@'lu:S@n@ri/
1379   7   78   1   icon            n       /'aIkÁn/
1380   7   78   1   extracts        n       /'ekstr{kts/
1381   7   78   1   motorbike       n       /'m@Ut@baIk/
1382   7   78   1   departure       n       /dI'pA:tS@/
1383   7   78   1   cough           n       /kÁf/
1384   7   78   1   consequently    adv     /'kÁnsIkw@ntli/
1385   7   78   1   blazing         adj     /'bleIzIÎ/
1386   7   78   1   sand dunes      n       /'s{nd dju:nz/
1387   7   78   1   bike            n       /baIk/
1388   7   78   1   distributed     adj     /dI'strIbjUtId/
1389   7   78   1   bounding        v       /'baUndIÎ/
1390   7   78   1   constantly      adv     /'kÁnst@ntli/
1391   7   78   1   spinning over   phr v   /"spInIÎ '@Uv@/
1392   7   78   1   sand            n       /s{nd/
1393   7   78   1   certainty       n       /'sÆ:tnti/
1394   7   78   1   argument        n       /'A:gj@m@nt/
1395   7   78   1   claiming        v       /'kleImIÎ/
1396   7   78   1   victory         n       /'vIkt@ri/
1397   7   78   1   accelerating    v       /@k'sel@reItIÎ/
1398   7   78   1   make up for     phr v   /meIk 'öp f@, fO:/
1399   7   78   1   precious        adj     /'preS@s/
1400   7   78   1   bend            n       /bend/
1401   7   78   1   crash             n       /kr{S/
1402   7   78   1   emerged           v       /I'mÆ:dZd/
1403   7   78   1   unscathed         adj     /ön'skeIDd/
1404   7   78   1   was trapped       v       /w@z 'tr{pt/
1405   7   78   1   scorched          v       /skO:tSt/
1406   7   78   1   cylinder          n       /'sIlInd@/
1407   7   78   1   disagreeable      adj     /"dIs@'gri:@b@l/
1408   7   78   1   souvenir          n       /"su:v@'nI@, 'su:v@nI@/
1409   7   78   1   wound             n       /wu:nd/
1410   7   78   1   wouldn’t heal     v       /"wUdnt 'hi:l/
1411   7   78   1   downpour          n       /'daUnpO:/
1412   7   78   1   seek shelter      v phr   /"si:k 'Selt@/
1413   7   78   1   ranch             n       /rA:ntS/
1414   7   78   1   track             n       /tr{k/
1415   7   78   1   sum               n       /söm/
1416   7   78   1   unsealed          adj     /'önsi:ld/
1417   7   78   1   snail-like        adj     /'sneIl laIk/
1418   7   78   1   dwelling          n       /'dwelIÎ/
1419   7   78   1   joy               n       /dZOI/
1420   7   78   1   hitchhiking       n       /'hItShaIkIÎ/
1421   7   78   1   scarcely          adv     /'ske@sli/
1422   7   78   1   separated         v       /'sep@reItId/
1423   7   78   1   limits            n       /'lImIts/
1424   7   78   1   trucks            n       /tröks/
1425   7   78   1   barren            adj     /'b{r@n/
1426   7   78   1   hillside          n       /'hIlsaId/
1427   7   78   1   barely            adv     /'be@li/
1428   7   78   1   vegetation        n       /"vedZ@'teIS@n/
1429   7   78   1   placid            adj     /'pl{sId/
1430   7   78   1   terracotta        n       /"ter@'kÁt@/
1431   7   78   1   daunting          adj     /'dO:ntIÎ/
1432   7   78   1   turmoil           n       /'tÆ:mOIl/
1433   7   78   1   thumbs            n       /Tömz/
1434   7   78   1   took command of   v phr   /"tUk k@'mA:nd @v, Áv/
1435   7   78   1   lift              n       /lIft/
1436   7   78   1   affirmative       adj     /@'fÆ:m@tIv/
1437   7   78   1   nod               n       /nÁd/
1438   7   78   1   gratitude         n       /'gr{tItju:d/
1439   7   78   1   free of charge    phr     /"fri: @v 'tSA:dZ/
1440   7   78   1   frustration       n       /frö'streIS@n/
1441   7   78   1   hitch a lift      v phr   /"hItS @ 'lIft/
1442   7   78   1   decisive          adj     /dI'saIsIv/
1443   7   78   1   defeat            n       /dI'fi:t/
1444   7   78   1   course            n       /kO:s/
1445   7   79   1   rowing            v       /'r@UIÎ/
1446   7   79   1   raft              n       /rA:ft/
1447   7   79   1   mosquitoes        n       /m@'ski:t@Uz/
1448   7   79   1   triumph           n       /'traI@mf/
1449   7   79   1   hugely            adv     /'hju:dZli/
1450   7   79   1   arduous           adj     /'A:dju@s/
1451   7   79   1   task              n       /tA:sk/
1452   7   79   1   bank              n       /b{Îk/
1453   7   79     1 midstream           n          /"mId'stri:m/
1454   7   79     1 desperation         n          /"desp@'reIS@n/
1455   7   79     1 drifted             v          /'drIftId/
1456   7   79     1 at least            prep phr   /@t 'li:st/
1457   7   79     1 peacefully          adv        /'pi:sf@li/
1458   7   79     1 dawn                n          /dO:n/
1459   7   79     1 clung               v          /klöÎ/
1460   7   79     6 inexperienced       adj        /"InIk'spI@ri@nst/
1461   7   79     6 motorcycle          n          /'m@Ut@"saIk@l/
1462   7   79     6 set off             phr v      /"set 'Áf/
1463   7   79     7 convenient          adj        /k@n'vi:ni@nt/
1464   7   79     7 crowded             adj        /'kraUdId/
1465   7   79     7 honest              adj        /'Án@st/
1466   7   79     7 legal               adj        /'li:g@l/
1467   7   79     7 loyal               adj        /'lOI@l/
1468   7   79     7 spoilt              adj        /spOIlt/
1469   7   80 title migrating           v          /maI'greItIÎ/
1470   7   80     1 generation          n          /"dZen@'reIS@n/
1471   7   80     1 streams             n          /stri:mz/
1472   7   80     1 lay their eggs      v phr      /"leI De@r 'egz/
1473   7   80     1 butterflies         n          /'böt@flaIz/
1474   7   80     1 survive             v          /s@'vaIv/
1475   7   80     1 semi-hibernate      v          /"semi 'haIb@neIt/
1476   7   80     1 wings               n          /wIÎz/
1477   7   80     1 risk                v          /rIsk/
1478   7   80     1 indicate            v          /'IndIkeIt/
1479   7   80     1 poisonous           adj        /'pOIz@n@s/
1480   7   80     1 reindeer            n          /'reIndI@/
1481   7   80     1 whales              n          /weIlz/
1482   7   80     1 plankton            n          /'pl{Îkt@n/
1483   7   80     1 polar               adj        /'p@Ul@/
1484   7   80     1 freezes over        phr v      /"fri:zIz '@Uv@/
1485   7   80     1 temperate           adj        /'temp@r@t/
1486   7   80     1 tropical            adj        /'trÁpIk@l/
1487   7   80     1 zones               n          /z@Unz/
1488   7   80     1 turtles             n          /'tÆ:t@lz/
1489   7   80     1 breed               v          /bri:d/
1490   7   80     1 ecologists          n          /I'kÁl@dZIsts/
1491   7   80     1 extinct             adj        /Ik'stIÎkt/
1492   7   80     1 hunting             v          /'höntIÎ/
1493   7   80     3 it's no use         phr        /Its "n@U 'ju:s/
1494   7   80     3 what about          phr        /'wÁt @baUt/
1495   7   80     3 there's no point in phr        /De@z "n@U 'pOInt In/
1496   7   80     3 can't stand         phr        /"kA:nt 'st{nd/
1497   7   80     3 it's worth          phr        /Its wÆ:T/
1498   7   80                           phr
                  3 am looking forward to v        /m "lUkIÎ 'fO:w@d t@, tU/
1499   7   80     6 regretted           v          /rI'gretId/
1500   7   80     6 give up             phr v      /"gIv 'öp/
1501   7   80     6 make an effort to v phr        /"meIk @n 'ef@t t@/
1502   7   81     7 jar                 n          /dZA:/
1503   7   81     7 broken down         phr v      /"br@Uk@n 'daUn/
1504   7   81     8 I don’t mind        phr        /aI "d@Unt 'maInd/
1505   7   81    9   herds                n          /hÆ:dz/
1506   7   81    9   trekking             v          /'trekIÎ/
1507   7   81    9   surface              n          /'sÆ:f@s/
1508   7   81    9   dive                 v          /daIv/
1509   7   81    9   tail                 n          /teIl/
1510   7   81   12   sight                n          /saIt/
1511   7   81   12   gradually            adv        /'gr{dZu@li/
1512   7   81   12   climates             n          /'klaIm@ts/
1513   7   82    1   travel               n          /'tr{v@l/
1514   7   82    1   journey              n          /'dZÆ:ni/
1515   7   82    1   trip                 n          /trIp/
1516   7   82    1   school outing        n          /"sku:l 'aUtIÎ/
1517   7   82    1   package tour         n          /'p{kIdZ tU@/
1518   7   82    1   excursion            n          /Ik'skÆ:S@n/
1519   7   82    1   cruise               n          /kru:z/
1520   7   82    1   sea voyage           n          /'si: "vOI-IdZ/
1521   7   82    2   rail                 n          /reIl/
1522   7   82    2   lasts                v          /lA:sts/
1523   7   82    2   compartment          n          /k@m'pA:tm@nt/
1524   7   82    2   observation dome     n          /"Ábz@'veIS@n d@Um/
1525   7   82    2   includes             v          /In'klu:dz/
1526   7   82    2   flight               n          /flaIt/
1527   7   82    2   brochure             n          /'br@US@, -SU@/
1528   7   82    2   website              n          /'websaIt/
1529   7   82    3   trainee              n          /"treI'ni:/
1530   7   82    3   passenger            n          /'p{sIndZ@/
1531   7   82    3   delay                n          /dI'leI/
1532   7   83    4   fill in              phr v      /"fIl 'In/
1533   7   83    4   form                 n          /fO:m/
1534   7   83    4   go off               phr v      /g@U 'Áf/
1535   7   83    4   on my own            prep phr   /"Án maI '@Un/
1536   7   83    6   keep to              phr v      /'ki:p t@, tU/
1537   7   83    6   stop off             phr v      /"stÁp 'Áf/
1538   7   83    6   stay over            phr v      /"steI '@Uv@/
1539   7   83    6   get in touch with    phr        /"get In 'tötS wID, wIT/
1540   7   83    6   pick me up           phr v      /"pIk mi 'öp/
1541   7   83    6   catch up with        phr v      /"k{tS 'öp wID, wIT/
1542   7   83    6   tour guide           n          /'tU@ gaId/
1543   7   83    6   timetable            n          /'taIm"teIb@l/
1544   7   84    1   orbital              adj        /'O:bItl/
1545   7   84    1   reservations         n          /"rez@'veIS@nz/
1546   7   84    1   sightseeing          n          /'saIt"si:IÎ/
1547   7   84    1   onwards              adv        /'Ánw@dz/
1548   7   84    1   book                 v          /bUk/
1549   7   84    1   orbit                n          /'O:bIt/
1550   7   84    1   made-to-measure      adj        /"meId t@ 'meZ@/
1551   7   84    1   space suit           n          /'speIs su:t, sju:t/
1552   7   84    1   zero-gravity         n          /"zI@r@U 'gr{v@ti/
1553   7   84    1   available            adj        /@'veIl@b@l/
1554   7   84    1   provided that        conj       /pr@'vaIdId D@t/
1555   7   84    1   it can't be helped   phr        /It "kA:nt bi 'helpt/
1556   7   84    1   advertisement        n          /@d'vÆ:tIsm@nt/
1557   7 84       1 as long as          conj       /@z 'lÁÎ @z/
1558   7 84       1 prizes              n          /'praIzIz/
1559   7 84       1 training            n          /'treInIÎ/
1560   7 84       1 baggage             n          /'b{gIdZ/
1561   7 84       1 health insurance n             /'helT In"SU@r@ns/
1562   7 84       3 can be guaranteed v            /k@n bi "g{r@n'ti:d/
1563   7 84       3 if possible         conj       /If 'pÁs@b@l/
1564   7 84       3 to reserve          v          /t@ rI'zÆ:v/
1565   7 85       4 except if           conj       /Ik'sept If/
1566   7 85       4 whether             conj       /'weD@/
1567   7 85       4 balloon             n          /b@'lu:n/
1568   7 85       4 submarine           n          /'söbm@ri:n/
1569   7 85       4 en suite            n          /Án 'swi:t/
1570   7 85 stage 1 ballooning          n          /b@'lu:nIÎ/
1571   7 85 stage 1 deep-sea diving     n          /"di:p si: 'daIvIÎ/
1572        85
       7 listening1 tail lights         n          /'teIl laIts/
1573        85
       7 listening1 scars               n          /skA:z/
1574   7 86       2 apart from          prep phr   /@'pA:t fr@m/
1575   7 86       2 contrary to         phr        /'kÁntr@ri t@, tU/
1576   8 87 title global                adj        /'gl@Ub@l/
1577   8 87       1 deforestation       n          /di:"fÁr@'steIS@n/
1578   8 87       1 destruction         n          /dI'strökS@n/
1579   8 87       1 habitats            n          /'h{bIt{ts/
1580   8 87       1 exploitation        n          /"eksplOI'teIS@n/
1581   8 87       1 famine              n          /'f{mIn/
1582   8 87       1 flooding            n          /'flödIÎ/
1583   8 87       1 global warming      n          /"gl@Ub@l 'wO:mIÎ/
1584   8 87                             n
                  1 the greenhouse effect          /D@ 'gri:nhaUs I'fekt/
1585   8 87       1 malnutrition        n          /"m{lnjU'trIS@n/
1586   8 87       1 overpopulation      n          /"@Uv@pÁpj@'leIS@n/
1587   8 87       1 poverty             n          /'pÁv@ti/
1588   8 87       1 underpaid           adj        /"önd@'peId/
1589   8 87       1 aid                 n          /eId/
1590   8 87       1 under pressure      prep phr   /"önd@ 'preS@/
1591   8 87       1 cut off             phr v      /"köt 'Áf/
1592   8 87       1 floods              n          /flödz/
1593   8 87       1 on the brink of     prep phr   /Án D@ 'brIÎk @v, Áv/
1594   8 87       1 extinction          n          /Ik'stIÎkS@n/
1595   8 88       1 avalanches          n          /'{v@lA:ntSIz/
1596   8 88       1 cyclones            n          /'saIkl@Unz/
1597   8 88       1 droughts            n          /draUts/
1598   8 88       1 earthquakes         n          /'Æ:TkweIks/
1599   8 88       1 hurricanes          n          /'hörIk@nz/
1600   8 88       1 landslides          n          /'l{ndslaIdz/
1601   8 88       1 volcanic eruptions n           /vÁl"k{nIk I'röpS@nz/
1602   8 88       1 windstorms          n          /'wIndstO:mz/
1603   8 88       2 hell and high water phr        /"hel @n haI 'wO:t@/
1604   8 88       2 environmental       adj        /In"vaIr@n'mentl/
1605   8 88       2 statistic           n          /st@'tIstIk/
1606   8 88       2 shanty              adj        /'S{nti/
1607   8 88       2 unstable            adj        /ön'steIb@l/
1608   8 88       2 evaporation         n          /I"v{p@'reIS@n/
1609   8   88   2   slopes                n          /sl@Ups/
1610   8   88   2   progressively         adv        /pr@'gresIvli/
1611   8   88   2   waterlogged           adj        /'wO:t@lÁgd/
1612   8   88   2   downhill              adv        /"daUn'hIl/
1613   8   88   2   literally             adv        /'lIt@r@li/
1614   8   88   2   steep                 adj        /sti:p/
1615   8   88   2   will accelerate       v          /wIl @k'sel@reIt/
1616   8   88   2   federation            n          /"fed@'reIS@n/
1617   8   88   2   has been washed away vphr        /h@z bi:n "wÁSt @'weI/
1618   8   88   2   disastrous            adj        /dI'zA:str@s/
1619   8   88   2   has affected          v          /h@z @'fektId/
1620   8   88   2   armed conflict        n          /"A:md 'kÁnflIkt/
1621   8   88   2   virtually             adv        /'vÆ:tSu@li/
1622   8   88   2   wiped out             phr v      /"waIpt 'aUt/
1623   8   88   2   rocked                v          /rÁkt/
1624   8   88   2   were still rebuilding v          /w@ "stIl ri:'bIldIÎ/
1625   8   89   2   turn on               phr v      /'tÆ:n Án/
1626   8   89   2   population            n          /"pÁpj@'leIS@n/
1627   8   89   2   growth                n          /gr@UT/
1628   8   89   2   agricultural          adj        /"{grI'költS@r@l/
1629   8   89   2   unemployed            adj        /"önIm'plOId/
1630   8   89   2   undernourished        adj        /"önd@'nörISt/
1631   8   89   2   set up                phr v      /"set 'öp/
1632   8   89   2   substandard           adj        /"söb'st{nd@d/
1633   8   89   2   mismanagement n                  /"mIs'm{nIdZm@nt/
1634   8   89   2   carbon emissions n               /'kA:b@n I"mIS@nz/
1635   8   89   2   multinational         adj        /"möltI'n{S@n@l/
1636   8   89   2   as a result           conj       /@z @ rI'zölt/
1637   8   89   2   fiercer               adj        /'fI@s@/
1638   8   89   2   surrenders            v          /s@'rend@z/
1639   8   89   2   dump                  v          /dömp/
1640   8   89   2   mountainsides         n          /'maUnt@nsaIdz/
1641   8   89   2   increasing            adj        /In'kri:sIÎ/
1642   8   89   2   fury                  n          /'fjU@ri/
1643   8   89   2   for instance          prep phr   /f@r 'Inst@ns/
1644   8   89   2   intense               adj        /In'tens/
1645   8   89   2   active                adj        /'{ktIv/
1646   8   89   2   erupt                 v          /I'röpt/
1647   8   89   2   within range          prep phr   /wID"In 'reIndZ/
1648   8   89   2   have taken a toll of v phr       /h@v "teIk@n @ 't@Ul @v, Áv/
1649   8   89   2   betting               n          /'betIÎ/
1650   8   89   2   pumped                v          /pömpt/
1651   8   89   2   dust                  n          /döst/
1652   8   89   2   stratosphere          n          /'str{t@sfI@/
1653   8   89   2   cancelled             v          /'k{ns@ld/
1654   8   89   2   plunged into          phr v      /'plöndZd Int@, IntU/
1655   8   88   4   geological            adj        /"dZi:@'lÁdZIk@l/
1656   8   88   4   prosperous            adj        /'prÁsp@r@s/
1657   8   88   4   factor                n          /'f{kt@/
1658   8   88   4   on top of all that    prep phr   /Án 'tÁp @v O:l "D{t/
1659   8   88   4   spectre               n          /'spekt@/
1660   8   88   4   notorious             adj        /n@U'tO:ri@s, n@-/
1661   8   88   4   landscape           n          /'l{ndskeIp/
1662   8   89   5   victim              n          /'vIktIm/
1663   8   89   6   overgrown           adj        /"@Uv@'gr@Un/
1664   8   89   6   oversleep           v          /"@Uv@'sli:p/
1665   8   89   6   defuse              v          /"di:'fju:z/
1666   8   89   6   dehydration         n          /"di:haI'dreIS@n/
1667   8   89   6   downstream          n          /"daUn'stri:m/
1668   8   89   6   downgrade           v          /'daUngreId/
1669   8   89   6   undercooked         adj        /"önd@'kUkt/
1670   8   89   6   replace             v          /rI'pleIs/
1671   8   89   6   rewind              v          /ri:'waInd/
1672   8   89   6   uncommon            adj        /ön'kÁm@n/
1673   8   89   6   semi-circle         n          /'semi "sÆ:k@l/
1674   8   89   6   multi-purpose       adj        /"mölti 'pÆ:p@s/
1675   8   89   6   multi-racial        adj        /"mölti 'reIS@l/
1676   8   89   6   misunderstand       v          /"mIsönd@'st{nd/
1677   8   89   6   misplace            v          /"mIs'pleIs/
1678   8   89   7   was knocked out phr v          /w@z "nÁkt 'aUt/
1679   8   89   7   construction        n          /k@n'strökS@n/
1680   8   89   8   prevent             v          /prI'vent/
1681   8   89   8   provide             v          /pr@'vaId/
1682   8   90   1   CO2                 n          /"si: @U 'tu:/
1683   8   90   1   tonnes              n          /tönz/
1684   8   90   2   release             n          /rI'li:s/
1685   8   90   2   carbon-based        adj        /'kA:b@n beIst/
1686   8   90   2   gases               n          /'g{sIz/
1687   8   90   2   coal industry       n          /'k@Ul "Ind@stri/
1688   8   90   2   harmful             adj        /'hA:mf@l/
1689   8   90   2   industrially        adv        /In'döstri@li/
1690   8   90   2   UN                  n          /"ju: 'en/
1691   8   90   2   representative      n          /"reprI'zent@tIv/
1692   8   90   2   reducing            v          /rI'dju:sIÎ/
1693   8   90   2   to cut              v          /t@ 'köt/
1694   8   90   2   declared            v          /dI'kle@d/
1695   8   90   2   decline             n          /dI'klaIn/
1696   8   90   2   polluter            n          /p@'lu:t@/
1697   8   90   2                       v phr
                    had not met its targets        /h@d "nÁt met Its 'tA:gIts/
1698   8   90   2   denied              v          /dI'naId/
1699   8   90   2   cycles              n          /'saIk@lz/
1700   8   90   2   intergovernmental adj          /"Int@göv@'mentl, -v@n-/
1701   8   90   2   announced           v          /@'naUnst/
1702   8   90   2   definite            adj        /'defIn@t/
1703   8   90   2   ministers           n          /'mInIst@z/
1704   8   90   2   reluctantly         adv        /rI'lökt@ntli/
1705   8   90   2   admitted            v          /@d'mItId/
1706   8   90   2   in the long term    prep phr   /In D@ 'lÁÎ tÆ:m/
1707   8   90   2   sign                v          /saIn/
1708   8   90   2   agreement           n          /@'gri:m@nt/
1709   8   90   2   economic            adj        /"ek@'nÁmIk, "i:-/
1710   8   90   2   link                n          /lIÎk/
1711   8   91   4   influence           n          /'Influ@ns/
1712   8   91   5   claimed             v          /kleImd/
1713   8 91        6   exports           n          /'ekspO:ts/
1714   8 91        6   nuclear waste     n          /"nju:kli@ 'weIst/
1715   8 91        6   suggests          v          /s@'dZests/
1716   8 91        6   opposes           v          /@'p@UzIz/
1717   8 91        6   reports           v          /rI'pO:ts/
1718   8 91        6   reaction          n          /ri'{kS@n/
1719   8 91        6   accusation        n          /"{kj@'zeIS@n/
1720   8 91        7   boast             v          /b@Ust/
1721   8 91        7   forbid            v          /f@'bId/
1722   8 91        7   inquire           v          /In'kwaI@/
1723   8 91        7   threaten          v          /'Tretn/
1724   8 91        7   credit lines      n          /'kredIt laInz/
1725   8 91        7   escape            v          /I'skeIp/
1726   8 91        7   according to      prep phr /@'kO:dIÎ t@/
1727   8 91        8   advise            v          /@d'vaIz/
1728   8 91        8   overdo            v          /"@Uv@'du:/
1729   8 91        8   accuse            v          /@'kju:z/
1730   8 91        8   beg               v          /beg/
1731   8 91        8   complain          v          /k@m'pleIn/
1732   8 91        8   refuse            v          /rI'fju:z/
1733   8 92        1   percentage        n          /p@'sentIdZ/
1734   8 92        1   average           adj        /'{v@rIdZ/
1735   8 92        1   income            n          /'Iîköm, 'In-/
1736   8 92        1   per capita        prep phr /p@ 'k{pIt@/
1737   8 92        1                     n
                       GNP (gross national product) /"dZi: en 'pi:/
1738   8 93        4   aside             prep       /@'saId/
1739   8 93        4   percent           n          /p@'sent/
1740   8 93        6   pay back          phr v      /"peI 'b{k/
1741   8 93        6   interest          n          /'Intr@st/
1742   8 93        6   discrimination    n          /dI"skrIm@'neIS@n/
1743   8 93        6   opportunities     n          /"Áp@'tju:n@tiz/
1744   8 93        7   soil              n          /sOIl/
1745   8 93        7   industry          n          /'Ind@stri/
1746   8 93        7   capital           n          /'k{pItl/
1747   8 93        7   in need of        prep phr /In 'ni:d @v, Áv/
1748   8 93        7   literacy          n          /'lIt@r@si/
1749   8 93        7   sanitation        n          /"s{nI'teIS@n/
1750   8 93        8   renewable         adj        /rI'nju:@b@l/
1751   8 93        8   solar             adj        /'s@Ul@/
1752   8 93        8   hydro-electric    adj        /"haIdr@U I'lektrIk/
1753        94
       8 listening 1   on average        prep phr /Án '{v@rIdZ/
1754        94
       8 listening 1   illiterate        adj        /I'lIt@r@t/
1755        94
       8 listening 1   on a big scale    prep phr /Án @ "bIg 'skeIl/
1756        94
       8 writing 1     qualifications    n          /"kwÁl@fI'keIS@nz/
1757        94
       8 writing 1     tsunami           n          /tsU'nA:mi/
1758        94
       8 writing 1     appeal            n          /@'pi:l/
1759        94
       8 writing 1     claimed           v          /kleImd/
1760        94
       8 writing 1     devastation       n          /"dev@'steIS@n/
1761        94
       8 writing 1     survivors         n          /s@'vaIv@z/
1762        94
       8 writing 1     therapists        n          /'Ter@pIsts/
1763        94
       8 writing 1     expenses          n          /Ik'spensIz/
1764        95
       8 writing 1     postgraduate      adj        /"p@Ust'gr{dju@t/
1765   8   95
           writing 1   certificate         n       /s@'tIfIk@t/
1766   8   95
           writing 1   first aid           n       /"fÆ:st 'eId/
1767   8   95
           writing 1   relief operation    n       /rI'li:f Áp@"reIS@n/
1768   8   95
           writing 1   specialised         adj     /'speS@laIzd/
1769   8   95
           writing 1   skills              n       /skIlz/
1770   8   95      3   to assist           v       /tU @'sIst/
1771   8   95      3   to back             v       /t@ 'b{k/
1772   8   95      3   to bring relief     v phr   /t@ "brIÎ rI'li:f/
1773   8   95      3                       v
                       to come to the rescuephr    /t@ "köm t@ D@ 'reskju:/
1774   8   95      3   to do charity work v phr    /t@ "d@U 'tS{r@ti wÆ:k/
1775   8   95      4   firm                n       /fÆ:m/
1776   8   95      4   profession          n       /pr@'feS@n/
1777   8   95      4   post                n       /p@Ust/
1778   8   95      4   corporation         n       /"kO:p@'reIS@n/
1779   8   95      4   employment          n       /Im'plOIm@nt/
1780   8   95      4   occupation          n       /"Ákj@'peIS@n/
1781   8   95      4   poet                n       /'p@UIt/
1782   8   95      4   spare time          n       /"spe@ 'taIm/
1783   8   95      4   impersonal          adj     /Im'pÆ:s@n@l/
1784   8   96      1   lifestyles          n       /'laIfstaIlz/
1785   8   96      2   stuff               n       /stöf/
1786   8   96      2   What's ridiculous phr       /"wÁts rI'dIkj@l@s/
1787   8   96      3   central heating     n       /"sentr@l 'hi:tIÎ/
1788   8   96      3   Stone Age           n       /'st@Un eIdZ/
1789   8    stage 2
           96          pity                n       /'pIti/
1790   8    stage 2
           96          concern             n       /k@n'sÆ:n/
1791   8   97      1   indifferent         adj     /In'dIf@r@nt/
1792   8   97      1   mid-life crisis     phr     /"mId laIf 'kraIsIs/
1793   8   97      1   lonesome            adj     /'l@Uns@m/
1794   8   97      1   male                n       /meIl/
1795   8   97      1   celebrity           n       /s@'lebr@ti/
1796   8   97      1   is associated with v        /Iz @'s@USieItId wID, @'s@Usi-/
1797   8   97      1   giant tortoises     n       /"dZaI@nt 'tO:t@sIz/
1798   8   97      1   humanity            n       /hju:'m{n@ti/
1799   8   97      1   uninhabited         adj     /"önIn'h{bItId/
1800   8   97      1   supply              v       /s@'plaI/
1801   8   97      1   settlers            n       /'setl@z/
1802   8   97      1   livelihood          n       /'laIvlihUd/
1803   8   97      1   tanker              n       /'t{Îk@/
1804   8   97      1   ran aground         v phr   /"r{n @'graUnd/
1805   8   97      1   to have leaked      v       /t@ h{v 'li:kt/
1806   8   97      1   was feared          v       /w@z 'fI@d/
1807   8   97      1   unique              adj     /ju:'ni:k/
1808   8   97      1   archipelago         n       /"A:kI'pel@g@U/
1809   8   97      1                       v phr
                       to make a full recovery     /t@ meIk @ "fUl rI'köv@ri/
1810   8   97      1   sub-species         n       /'söb "spi:Si:z/
1811   8   97      1   harem               n       /'hA:rim, hA:'ri:m/
1812   8   98      1   destinations        n       /"destI'neIS@nz/
1813   8   98      1   be mugged           n       /bi 'mögd/
1814   8   98      1   queue               n       /kju:/
1815   8   98      1   marvellous          adj     /'mA:v@l@s/
1816   8   98      2   exclaim             v       /Ik'skleIm/
1817       8 98       2   scorpion              n          /'skO:pi@n/
1818       8 98       2   dining car            n          /'daInIÎ kA:/
1819       8 98       3   unemployment          n          /"önIm'plOIm@nt/
1820       8 98       3   at a steady rate      prep phr   /@t @ "stedi 'reIt/
1821       8 98       3   government            n          /'göv@m@nt, 'göv@nm@nt/
1822       8 98       3   end                   v          /end/
1823       8 98       3   remind                v          /rI'maInd/
1824       8 98       3   public                n          /'pöblIk/
1825       8 99       4   recovery              n          /rI'köv@ri/
1826       8 99       4   burglars              n          /'bÆ:gl@z/
1827       8 99       4   helicopter            n          /'helIkÁpt@/
1828       8 99       4   shipwreck             n          /'Sip-rek/
1829       8 99       4   limited               adj        /'lImItId/
1830       8 99       4   is transmitted        v          /Iz tr{nz'mItId/
1831       8 99       5   Third World           n          /"TÆ:d 'wÆ:ld/
1832       8 99       5   factory               n          /'f{kt@ri/
1833       8 99       5   cut down              phr v      /"köt 'daUn/
1834       8 99       5   logging               adj        /'lÁgIÎ/
1835       8 99       6   believable            adj        /bI'li:v@b@l/
1836       8 99       6   similar               adj        /'sIm@l@/
1837       8 99       6   visible               adj        /'vIz@b@l/
1838       8 99       6   trust                 v          /tröst/
1839       8 99       6   wrap                  v          /r{p/
1840       8 99       7   petrol                n          /'petr@l/
1841       8 99       7   loan                  n          /l@Un/
1842       8 99       7   fancy dress party n              /"f{nsi 'dres "pA:ti/
1843       8 99       7   challenge             n          /'tS{l@ndZ/
1844       8 99       7   homelessness          n          /'h@Uml@sn@s/
1845       8 99       8   exploit               v          /Ik'splOIt/
1846       8 99       8   discriminate          v          /dI'skrImIneIt/
1847           corner 1
       culture100     4   jazz                  n          /dZ{z/
1848           corner 1
       culture100     4   trumpet               n          /'trömpIt/
1849           corner 3
       culture100     4   songwriting           n          /'sÁÎ"raItIÎ/
1850           corner 3
       culture100     4   being adapted         v          /"bi:IÎ @'d{ptId/
1851           corner 3
       culture100     4   owed                  v          /@Ud/
1852       9 101      1   social                adj        /'s@US@l/
1853       9 101      1   begging               n          /'begIÎ/
1854       9 101      1   domestic violence n              /d@"mestIk 'vaI@l@ns/
1855       9 101      1   drugs                 n          /drögz/
1856       9 101      1   inequality            n          /"InI'kwÁl@ti/
1857       9 101      1   racism                n          /'reIsIz@m/
1858       9 101      1   vandalism             n          /'v{nd@l-Iz@m/
1859       9 101      1   crime                 n          /kraIm/
1860       9 101      2   households            n          /'haUsh@Uldz/
1861       9 101      3   life expectancy       n          /'laIf Ik"spekt@nsi/
1862       9 101      3   full-time             adj        /"fUl 'taIm/
1863       9 101      3   further education n              /"fÆ:D@r edjU'keIS@n/
1864       9 102 title    golden ages           n          /'g@Uld@n "eIdZIz/
1865       9 102      1   industrial revolution n          /In"döstri@l rev@'lu:S@n/
1866       9 102      1   imperial capital      n          /Im"pI@ri@l 'k{pItl/
1867       9 102      2   societies             n          /s@'saI@tiz/
1868       9 102      2   philosophy            n          /fI'lÁs@fi/
1869   9   102   2   search            n          /sÆ:tS/
1870   9   102   2   medicine          n          /'meds@n/
1871   9   102   2   historian         n          /hI'stO:ri@n/
1872   9   102   2   systematic        adj        /"sIst@'m{tIk/
1873   9   102   2   playwrights       n          /'pleIraIts/
1874   9   102   2   birth             n          /bÆ:T/
1875   9   102   2   drama             n          /'drA:m@/
1876   9   102   2   western culture   n          /"west@n 'költS@/
1877   9   102   2   masterful         adj        /'mA:st@f@l/
1878   9   102   2   tragedies         n          /'tr{dZ@diz/
1879   9   102   2   comedies          n          /'kÁm@diz/
1880   9   102   2   sculpture         n          /'skölptS@/
1881   9   102   2   flourished        v          /'flörISt/
1882   9   102   2   was undertaken    v          /w@z "önd@'teIk@n/
1883   9   102   2   culminating       v          /'kölmIneItIÎ/
1884   9   102   2   magnificent       adj        /m{g'nIfIs@nt/
1885   9   102   2   temple            n          /'temp@l/
1886   9   102   2   city state        n          /"sIti 'steIt/
1887   9   102   2   empire            n          /'empaI@/
1888   9   102   2   plentiful         adj        /'plentIf@l/
1889   9   102   2   leisure           n          /'leZ@/
1890   9   102   2   trade             n          /treId/
1891   9   102   2   conducted         v          /k@n'döktId/
1892   9   102   2   were drawn        v          /w@ 'drO:n/
1893   9   102   2   magnet            n          /'m{gnIt/
1894   9   102   2   vital             adj        /'vaItl/
1895   9   102   2   transition        n          /tr{n'zIS@n/
1896   9   102   2   conservative      adj        /k@n'sÆ:v@tIv/
1897   9   102   2   aristocratic      adj        /"{rIst@'kr{tIk/
1898   9   102   2   urban             adj        /'Æ:b@n/
1899   9   102   2   commercial        adj        /k@'mÆ:S@l/
1900   9   102   2   citizens          n          /'sItIz@nz/
1901   9   102   2   equal             adj        /'i:kw@l/
1902   9   102   2   by law            prep phr   /baI 'lO:/
1903   9   102   2   democracy         n          /dI'mÁkr@si/
1904   9   102   2   beliefs           n          /bI'li:fs/
1905   9   102   2   ancient           adj        /'eInS@nt/
1906   9   102   2   myths             n          /mITs/
1907   9   102   2   rationality       n          /"r{S@'n{l@ti/
1908   9   103   2   frenzy            n          /'frenzi/
1909   9   103   2   creativity        n          /"kri:eI'tIv@ti/
1910   9   103   2   cradle            n          /'kreIdl/
1911   9   103   2   Renaissance       n          /rI'neIs@ns/
1912   9   103   2   outstanding       adj        /aUt'st{ndIÎ/
1913   9   103   2   sculptors         n          /'skölpt@z/
1914   9   103   2   cathedral         n          /k@'Ti:dr@l/
1915   9   103   2   dome              n          /d@Um/
1916   9   103   2   architectural     adj        /"A:kI'tektS@r@l/
1917   9   103   2   splendour         n          /'splend@/
1918   9   103   2   gifted            adj        /'gIftId/
1919   9   103   2   banking           n          /'b{ÎkIÎ/
1920   9   103   2   accounting        n          /@'kaUntIÎ/
1921   9   103     2 in a state of flux prep phr   /In @ "steIt @v 'flöks/
1922   9   103     2 stable             adj        /'steIb@l/
1923   9   103     2 medieval           adj        /"medi'i:v@l/
1924   9   103     2 dynamic            adj        /daI'n{mIk/
1925   9   103     2 mobility           n          /m@U'bIl@ti/
1926   9   103     2 merchants          n          /'mÆ:tS@nts/
1927   9   103     2 bankers            n          /'b{Îk@z/
1928   9   103     2 wealth             n          /welT/
1929   9   103     2 superb             adj        /sju:'pÆ:b, su:-/
1930   9   103     2 works of art       n          /"wÆ:ks @v 'A:t/
1931   9   103     2 flowering          n          /'flaU@rIÎ/
1932   9   103     2 literature         n          /'lIt@r@tS@/
1933   9   103     2 was centred        v          /w@z 'sent@d/
1934   9   103     2 recreation         n          /"rekri'eIS@n/
1935   9   103     2 insatiable         adj        /In'seIS@b@l/
1936   9   103     2 demand             n          /dI'mA:nd/
1937   9   103     2 burst              n          /bÆ:st/
1938   9   103     2 take place         v phr      /teIk 'pleIs/
1939   9   103     2 rapidly            adv        /'r{pIdli/
1940   9   103     2 commerce           n          /'kÁmÆ:s/
1941   9   103                          v
                   2 was being revolutionised      /w@z "bi:IÎ rev@'lu:S@naIzd/
1942   9   103     2 class              n          /klA:s/
1943   9   103     2 status             n          /'steIt@s/
1944   9   103     2 companies          n          /'kömp@niz/
1945   9   103     7 innovations        n          /"In@'veIS@nz/
1946   9   103     7 middle classes     n          /"mIdl 'klA:sIz/
1947   9   103     7 fortunes           n          /'fO:tS@nz/
1948   9   104     1 reductions         n          /rI'dökS@nz/
1949   9   104     1 work sharing       n          /'wÆ:k "Se@rIÎ/
1950   9   104     2 vicious circle     n          /"vIS@s 'sÆ:k@l/
1951   9   104     2 resistance         n          /rI'zIst@ns/
1952   9   104     2 protest groups     n          /'pr@Utest "gru:ps/
1953   9   104     2 trade unions       n          /"treId 'ju:nj@nz/
1954   9   104     2 thus               conj       /Dös/
1955   9   104     2 it's high time     phr        /Its "haI 'taIm/
1956   9   104     2 aimed at           v          /'eImd @t, {t/
1957   9   104     2 constructive       adj        /k@n'ströktIv/
1958   9   104     2 image              n          /'ImIdZ/
1959   9   105     6 second-hand        adj        /"sek@nd 'h{nd/
1960   9   105     8 part-time          adj        /"pA:t 'taIm/
1961   9   105     8 gadgets            n          /'g{dZIts/
1962   9   105     8 career             n          /k@'rI@/
1963   9   105     9 committee          n          /k@'mIti/
1964   9   105     9 funds              n          /föndz/
1965   9   105     9 smartly            adv        /'smA:tli/
1966   9   105 10 pocket money          n          /'pÁkIt "möni/
1967   9   105 10 lottery               n          /'lÁt@ri/
1968   9   105 11 in a mess             prep phr   /In @ 'mes/
1969   9   105 11 unfit                 adj        /ön'fIt/
1970   9   106 title utopia             n          /ju:'t@Upi@/
1971   9   106     1 punishments        n          /'pönISm@nts/
1972   9   106     4 season ticket      n          /"si:z@n 'tIkIt/
1973   9 106       4   scones                n          /skÁnz, sk@Unz/
1974   9 107       5   pedestrian            adj        /p@'destri@n/
1975   9 107       5   decent                adj        /'di:s@nt/
1976   9 107       7   create                v          /kri'eIt/
1977   9 107       7   venue                 n          /'venju:/
1978   9 107       8   pollution             n          /p@'lu:S@n/
1979   9 107       8   facilities            n          /f@'sIl@tiz/
1980   9 107       8   elderly               adj        /'eld@li/
1981   9 107 10        brighten              v          /'braItn/
1982   9 107 10        traffic jam           n          /'tr{fIk dZ{m/
1983   9 108       1   burglary              n          /'bÆ:gl@ri/
1984   9 108       1   drug dealing          n          /'drög "di:lIÎ/
1985   9 108       1   mugging               n          /'mögIÎ/
1986   9 108       1   murder                n          /'mÆ:d@/
1987   9 108       1   rape                  n          /reIp/
1988   9 108       1   shoplifting           n          /'SÁp"lIftIÎ/
1989   9 108       1   theft                 n          /Teft/
1990   9 108       1   death penalty         n          /'deT "pen@lti/
1991   9 108       1   capital punishment n             /"k{pItl 'pönISm@nt/
1992   9 108       1   fine                  n          /faIn/
1993   9 108       1   prison sentence       n          /'prIz@n "sent@ns/
1994   9 108       1   soft/hard sentencesn             /"sÁft, "hA:d 'sent@ns/
1995   9 108       1   life sentence         n          /'laIf "sent@ns/
1996   9 108       2   pros and cons         phr        /"pr@Uz @n 'kÁnz/
1997   9 108       2   resolve               v          /rI'zÁlv/
1998   9 108       2   am in two minds       v phr      /@m In "tu: 'maIndz/
1999   9 108       2   views                 n          /vju:z/
2000   9 108       2   scandalous            adj        /'sk{nd@l@s/
2001   9 108       2   rapists               n          /'reIpIsts/
2002   9 108       2   murderers             n          /'mÆ:d@r@z/
2003   9 108       2   are let out           phr v      /@ "let 'aUt/
2004   9 108       2   are losing faith      v phr      /@ "lu:zIÎ 'feIT/
2005   9 108       2   justice               n          /'dZöstIs/
2006   9 108       2   criminals             n          /'krImIn@lz/
2007   9 108       2   committing            v          /k@'mItIÎ/
2008   9 108       2                         v
                       are locked up for life phr       /@ "lÁkt öp f@ 'laIf/
2009   9 108       2   deter                 v          /dI'tÆ:/
2010   9 108       2   restore               v          /rI'stO:/
2011   9 108       2   revenge               n          /rI'vendZ/
2012   9 108       2   reform                v          /rI'fO:m/
2013   9 108       2   convicted             adj        /k@n'vIktId/
2014   9 108       2   in principle          prep phr   /In 'prIns@p@l/
2015   9 108       2   judicial              adj        /dZu:'dIS@l/
2016   9 108       2   savage                adj        /'s{vIdZ/
2017   9 108       2   dignity               n          /'dIgn@ti/
2018   9 109       3   supporters            n          /s@'pO:t@z/
2019   9 109       3   restoration           n          /"rest@'reIS@n/
2020   9 109       3                         v phr
                       to be taken into account         /t@ bi "teIk@n IntU @'kaUnt/
2021   9 109       3   equivalent            adj        /I'kwIv@l@nt/
2022   9 109       3   affront               n          /@'frönt/
2023       109
       9 listening 1   attitudes             n          /'{tItju:dz/
2024       109
       9 listening 1   marriage              n          /'m{rIdZ/
2025        109
        9 listening 2   fault               n        /fO:lt/
2026        109
        9 listening 2   settle down         phr v    /"setl 'daUn/
2027    9 110       1   wood                n        /wUd/
2028    9 110       2   shelter             n        /'Selt@/
2029    9 110       3   survival course     n        /s@'vaIv@l "kO:s/
2030    9 110       4   peckish             adj      /'pekIS/
2031    9 110       4   knee-deep           adv      /"ni: 'di:p/
2032    9 110       4   am starving         v        /@m 'stA:vIÎ/
2033    9 110       5   how come?           phr      /"haU 'köm/
2034    9 110 stage 1   fish hooks          n        /'fIS hUks/
2035    9 110 stage 1   torch               n        /tO:tS/
2036    9 110 stage 1   flint               n        /flInt/
2037    9 110 stage 1   first aid kit       n        /"fÆ:st 'eId kIt/
2038   10 111       1   copycat             adj      /'kÁpik{t/
2039   10 111       1   rebel               n, adj   /'reb@l/
2040   10 111       1   attacks             n        /@'t{ks/
2041   10 111       1   immigrants          n        /'ImIgr@nts/
2042   10 111       1   was out of control v phr     /w@z "aUt @v k@n'tr@Ul/
2043   10 111       2   clash               n        /kl{S/
2044   10 111       2   feud                n        /fju:d/
2045   10 111       2   friction            n        /'frIkS@n/
2046   10 111       2   gang                n        /g{Î/
2047   10 111       2   quarrel             n        /'kwÁr@l/
2048   10 111       2   row                 n        /raU/
2049   10 111       2   warfare             n        /'wO:fe@/
2050   10 111       2   rival               adj      /'raIv@l/
2051   10 111       2   long-standing       adj      /"lÁÎ 'st{ndIÎ/
2052   10 111       2   petty               adj      /'peti/
2053   10 111       3   motives             n        /'m@UtIvz/
2054   10 111       3   greed               n        /gri:d/
2055   10 111       3   hatred              n        /'heItrId/
2056   10 111       3   jealousy            n        /'dZel@si/
2057   10 112       2   gnarled             adj      /nA:ld/
2058   10 112       2   peasant             n        /'pez@nt/
2059   10 112       2   were marched        v        /w@ 'mA:tSt/
2060   10 112       2   plaza               n        /'plA:z@/
2061   10 112       2   squat               v        /skwÁt/
2062   10 112       2   recalled            v        /rI'kO:ld/
2063   10 112       2   set up              phr v    /"set 'öp/
2064   10 112       2   machine gun         n        /m@'Si:n gön/
2065   10 112       2   monk                n        /möÎk/
2066   10 112       2   (was) spared        v        /spe@d/
2067   10 112       2   fled                v        /fled/
2068   10 112       2   stuck up            phr v    /"stök 'öp/
2069   10 112       2   staggered           v        /'st{g@d/
2070   10 112       2   trench              n        /trentS/
2071   10 112       2   strolled over       phr v    /"str@Uld '@Uv@/
2072   10 112       2   trudged             v        /trödZd/
2073   10 112       2   no-man's-land       n        /'n@U m{nz "l{nd/
2074   10 112       2   mucked in           phr v    /"mökt 'In/
2075   10 112       2                       phr
                        was fed up to the neck       /w@z "fed öp t@ D@ 'nek/
2076   10 112       2   damned              adj      /d{md/
2077   10   112     2 truce                 n      /tru:s/
2078   10   112     2 set the ball rolling v phr   /"set D@ 'bO:l "r@UlIÎ/
2079   10   112     2 battalion             n      /b@'t{lj@n/
2080   10   113     2 patient               n      /'peIS@nt/
2081   10   113     2 award                 n      /@'wO:d/
2082   10   113                             n
                    2 VIPs (very important persons)/"vi: aI 'pi:z/
2083   10   113     2 general               n      /'dZen@r@l/
2084   10   113     2 entourage             n      /'ÁntUrA:Z/
2085   10   113     2 blown off             phr v  /"bl@Un 'Áf/
2086   10   113     2 anaesthesia           n      /"{n@s'Ti:zi@/
2087   10   113     2 ceremony              n      /'ser@m@ni/
2088   10   113     2 token                 n      /'t@Uk@n/
2089   10   113                             phr
                    2 flung (the watch) back v     /flöÎ/
2090   10   113     2 incident              n      /'InsId@nt/
2091   10   113     2 buddy                 n      /'bödi/
2092   10   113     2 fire brigades         n      /'faI@ brI"geIdz/
2093   10   113     2 tanks                 n      /t{Îks/
2094   10   113     2 mission               n      /'mIS@n/
2095   10   112     3 nightmare             n      /'naItme@/
2096   10   113     5 procedure             n      /pr@'si:dZ@/
2097   10   113     5 identification        n      /aI"dentIfI'keIS@n/
2098   10   113     5 airmen                n      /'e@m@n/
2099   10   113     5 beforehand            adv    /bI'fO:h{nd/
2100   10   113     6 whisper               v      /'wIsp@/
2101   10   114     2 bagpipe               adj    /'b{gpaIp/
2102   10   114     3 dispute               n      /dI'spju:t/
2103   10   114     3 call the tune         v phr  /"kO:l D@ 'tju:n/
2104   10   114     3 piper                 n      /'paIp@/
2105   10   114     3 is emigrating         v      /Iz 'emIgreItIÎ/
2106   10   114     3 noise pollution       n      /'nOIz p@"lu:S@n/
2107   10   114     3 gets to               phr v  /'gets t@, tU/
2108   10   114     3 fumes                 v      /fju:mz/
2109   10   114     3 seldom                adv    /'seld@m/
2110   10   114     3 earplugs              n      /'I@plögz/
2111   10   114     3 local council         n      /"l@Uk@l 'kaUns@l/
2112   10   114     3 took action           v phr  /tUk '{kS@n/
2113   10   114     3 denotes               v      /dI'n@Uts/
2114   10   114                             v
                    3 is (not clearly) defined     /Iz dI'faInd/
2115   10   115     8 choir                 n      /kwaI@/
2116   10   115     9 evacuation            n      /I"v{kju'eIS@n/
2117   10   115     9 generated             v      /'dZen@reItId/
2118   10   115     9 turnout               n      /'tÆ:naUt/
2119   10   115 10 allergic                 adj    /@'lÆ:dZIk/
2120   10   115 10 dairy                    adj    /'de@ri/
2121   10   115 10 wheat                    n      /wi:t/
2122   10   115 10 compensation             n      /"kÁmp@n'seIS@n/
2123   10   115 10 take (them) to courtv phr       /"teIk t@ 'kO:t/
2124   10   116 title resolution            n      /"rez@'lu:S@n/
2125   10   116     1 irritate              v      /'IrIteIt/
2126   10   116     2 assertive             adj    /@'sÆ:tIv/
2127   10   116     2 talk (it) over        phr v  /"tO:k '@Uv@/
2128   10   116     2 put forward           phr v  /pUt 'fO:w@d/
2129   10 116       2   get your own back phr         /"get j@r '@Un b{k/
2130   10 116       2   cotton wool          n        /"kÁtn 'wUl/
2131   10 116       2   kick up a fuss       v phr    /"kIk öp @ 'fös/
2132   10 116       2   going off with       phr v    /"g@UIÎ 'Áf wID, wIT/
2133   10 116       2   give in              phr v    /"gIv 'In/
2134   10 116       2                        p
                        is (always) getting at hr v   /Iz 'getIÎ {t/
2135   10 116       2   in private           prep phr /In 'praIv@t/
2136   10 117       4   essay                n        /'eseI/
2137   10 117       4   calculator           n        /'k{lkj@leIt@/
2138   10 117       5   twist the truth      v phr    /"twIst D@ 'tru:T/
2139   10 117       8   aggressive           adj      /@'gresIv/
2140   10 117       8   withdrawal           n        /wID'drO:@l/
2141   10 117       8   bottles up           phr v    /"bÁtlz 'öp/
2142   10 117       8   mediation            n        /"mi:di'eIS@n/
2143   10 117       8   propose              v        /pr@'p@Uz/
2144   10 117       8   body language        n        /'bÁdi "l{ÎgwIdZ/
2145   10 118       1   false claims         n        /"fO:ls 'kleImz/
2146   10 118       1   speedometer          n        /spI'dÁmIt@, spi:-/
2147   10 118       1   heartbeat            n        /'hA:tbi:t/
2148   10 118       1   pedals               n        /'pedlz/
2149   10 118       1   pulled a muscle      v phr    /"pUld @ 'mös@l/
2150   10 118       1   refund               v        /rI'fönd/
2151   10 118       1   take further action v phr     /"teIk fÆ:D@r '{kS@n/
2152   10 118       1                        n        /"l@Uk@l k@n"sju:m@ pr@'tekS@n "ÁfIs/
                        local consumer protection office
2153   10 119 stage 1   portable             adj      /'pO:t@b@l/
2154   10 119 stage 1   digital              adj      /'dIdZItl/
2155   10 119 stage 1   zip                  n        /zIp/
2156   10 119 stage 1   is distorted         v        /Iz dI'stO:tId/
2157   10 119 stage 1   heel                 n        /hi:l/
2158   10 119 stage 1   headphones           n        /'hedf@Unz/
2159   10 119 stage 1   faded                v        /'feIdId/
2160        119
       10 listening 1   anti-war             adj      /"{nti 'wO:/
2161        119
       10 listening 2   enemy                v        /'en@mi/
2162        119
       10 listening 3   emperors             n        /'emp@r@z/
2163        119
       10 listening 3   manufacturers        n        /"m{njU'f{ktS@r@z/
2164        119
       10 listening 3   soldiers             n        /'s@UldZ@z/
2165   10 120       1   confidently          adv      /'kÁnfId@ntli/
2166   10 120       2   apologising          v        /@'pÁl@dZaIzIÎ/
2167   10 120       2   injury               n        /'IndZ@ri/
2168   10 121       1   sit back             phr v    /"sIt 'b{k/
2169   10 121       1                        v
                        getting on my nerves phr      /"getIÎ Án maI 'nÆ:vz/
2170   10 121       1   cliff                n        /klIf/
2171   10 121       1   fence                n        /fens/
2172   10 121       1   instinctive          adj      /In'stIÎktIv/
2173   10 121       1   told (me) off        phr v    /"t@Uld 'Áf/
2174   10 122       1   hardly ever          adv      /"hA:dli 'ev@/
2175   10 122       1   reduce               v        /rI'dju:s/
2176   10 122       2   battery              n        /'b{t@ri/
2177   10 122       3   explosion            n        /Ik'spl@UZ@n/
2178   10 122       4   offending            adj      /@'fendIÎ/
2179   10 122       4   pride                n        /praId/
2180   10 122       4   temper               n        /'temp@/
2181     10 122    4 evidence             n       /'evId@ns/
2182     10 122    4 proofs               n       /pru:fs/
2183     10 123    5 cross-fertilisation n        /"krÁs "fÆ:tIlaI'zeIS@n/
2184     10 123                           v phr
                   6 are (generally) better off   /@ "bet@r 'Áf/
2185     10 123    6 gap                  n       /g{p/
2186     10 123    6 has widened          v       /h@z 'waIdnd/
2187     10 123    7 chilly               adj     /'tSIli/
2188     10 123    7 glance               v       /glA:ns/
2189     10 123    7 well-off             adj     /"wel 'Áf/
2190     10 123    8 expenditure          n       /Ik'spendItS@/
2191     10 123    8 negotiation          n       /nI"g@USi'eIS@n/
2192     10 123    8 throughout           prep    /Tru:'aUt/
2193     10 123 10 millionaire            n       /"mIlj@'ne@/
2194         1      2
        LPBkLPBk pg3 co-operate           v       /k@U'Áp@reIt/
2195    LPBkLPBk pg1 don’t feel like it
             1      3                     v phr   /"d@Unt 'fi:l laIk It/
2196         1      3
        LPBkLPBk pg2 fashion-conscious adj        /'f{S@n "kÁnS@s/
2197    LPBkLPBk pg3 market analyst
             1      3                     n       /"mA:kIt '{n@l-Ist/
2198         1      3
        LPBkLPBk pg3 go on                phr v   /g@U 'Án/
2199         1      3
        LPBkLPBk pg3 require              v       /rI'kwaI@/
2200         1      3
        LPBkLPBk pg3 massive              adj     /'m{sIv/
2201         1      3
        LPBkLPBk pg3 DIY guides           n       /"di: aI 'waI gaIdz/
2202    LPBkLPBk pg3 valuable
             1      3                     adj     /'v{ljU@b@l, -j@b@l/
2203         1      4
        LPBkLPBk pg4 sink                 n       /sIÎk/
2204         1      4
        LPBkLPBk pg4 household chore n            /"haUsh@Uld 'tSO:/
2205         1      4
        LPBkLPBk pg4 tax declaration      n       /'t{ks dekl@"reIS@n/
2206         1      5
        LPBkLPBk pg6 be abandoned         v       /bi @'b{nd@nd/
2207         1      5
        LPBkLPBk pg6 licence              n       /'laIs@ns/
2208         1      5
        LPBkLPBk pg6 headquarters         n       /'hed"kwO:t@z, "hed'kwO:t@z/
2209         1      5
        LPBkLPBk pg6 put out              phr v   /pUt 'aUt/
2210         1      5
        LPBkLPBk pg6 extinguish           v       /Ik'stIÎgwIS/
2211         1   pg 5 disgusted
        LPBkLPBkprepositions 1            adj     /dIs'göstId/
2212         1      6
        LPBkLPBk pg1 predictably          adv     /prI'dIkt@bli/
2213         1      7
        LPBkLPBk pg1 drop (somebody) offphr v     /"drÁp 'Áf/
2214         1      7
        LPBkLPBk pg3 disappointment       n       /"dIs@'pOIntm@nt/
2215         1      8
        LPBkLPBk pg2 law-abiding          adj     /'lO: @"baIdIÎ/
2216         1      8
        LPBkLPBk pg3 accompany            v       /@'kömp@ni/
2217         1      8
        LPBkLPBk pg3 referees             n       /"ref@'ri:z/
2218         1      8
        LPBkLPBk pg3 assisted             v       /@'sIstId/
2219         1      10
        LPBkLPBk pg1 mature               adj     /m@'tSU@/
2220    LPBkLPBk pg1 family-oriented
             1      10                    adj     /"f{m@li 'O:rientId, 'Ári-/
2221    LPBkLPBk pg1 obey
             1      10                    v       /@U'beI, @-/
2222         1      10
        LPBkLPBk pg1 stuffy               adj     /'stöfi/
2223         1      11
        LPBkLPBk pg8 layabout             n       /'leI@baUt/
2224         1      11
        LPBkLPBk pg8 chatterbox           n       /'tS{t@bÁks/
2225         1      11
        LPBkLPBk pg8 gossip               n       /'gÁsIp/
2226         1      11
        LPBkLPBk pg8 snob                 n       /snÁb/
2227         1      11
        LPBkLPBk pg8 troublemaker         n       /'tröb@l"meIk@/
2228         1      12
        LPBkLPBk pg1 hammer               n       /'h{m@/
2229         1      12
        LPBkLPBk pg1 you're kidding       phr     /jO: 'kIdIÎ/
2230        zone pg ofconsumers
       exam LPBkuse 13 English            n       /k@n'sju:m@z/
2231        zone pg ofrefrigerating
       exam LPBkuse 13 English            v       /rI'frIdZ@reItIÎ/
2232        zone pg ofpurchasing
       exam LPBkuse 13 English            v       /'pÆ:tS@sIÎ/
2233        zone pg of been
                     has
       exam LPBkuse 13 English generatedv     /h@z bi:n 'dZen@reItId/
2234        zone pg of
                     fossil fuels
       exam LPBkuse 13 English          n     /"fÁs@l 'fju:@lz/
2235        zone pg of
                     coal
       exam LPBkuse 13 English          n     /k@Ul/
2236        zone pg of
                     renewable
       exam LPBkuse 13 English          adj   /rI'nju:@b@l/
2237        zone pg of
                     rays
       exam LPBkuse 13 English          n     /reIz/
Example sentence

The identity of the killer is still unknown.
He was an ambitious man with a strong personality.
Alfred was intensely ambitious, obsessed with the idea of becoming rich.
It was careless of him to leave the door unlocked.
He was in an unusually chatty mood.
She's feeling more cheerful today.
He has a very high, childish laugh for a man his age.
Some US industries are not as competitive as they have been in the past.
He was always kind and considerate to me.
Internet connections through conventional phone lines are fairly slow.
Her easy-going nature made her popular.
He was always a hard-working teacher, and he got the post of deputy head this year.
Idealistic young doctors are working extremely long hours in our hospitals.
We are growing impatient with the lack of results.
You can't miss him, he has a very individualistic style of dressing!
They were very kind to me when I was in need of help.
Sadie is a very happy, likeable child.
Keith had seemed moody and depressed all morning.
We're looking for someone with an outgoing, sociable personality.
Hilary was popular at school and had lots of friends.
He was accused of causing death by reckless driving.
Scientists have developed a birth control method that is cheap and reliable.
Ellen was a shy, reserved girl.
'Tom always sends me red roses on my birthday.' 'How romantic!'
How can you be so selfish? Give him some of your sweets!
She seems very sensible – I'm sure she won't do anything silly.
Oscar Wilde was a sensitive and intelligent young man.
The film was just a bit too sentimental – it didn't reflect the real world.
He was a quiet, shy man who found it difficult to make friends.
They're a pleasant, sociable couple who are popular with the neighbours.
I could do with a sympathetic friend who will listen to my problems.
She tends to get angry if you don't agree with her.
Deep down, I thinks she's embarrassed because her family has so much money.
I was rather surprised to see him with his ex-wife.
He's writing his autobiography, and he's only nineteen!
Competition for the job was intense.
We went to the open day at our local primary school.
I've perked up since I had that cup of coffee.
He lived in a small attic room at the top of the house.
This bread goes stale very quickly because it has no preservatives.
The disease had affected his lungs, but the outlook for his recovery was positive.
She was forever cleaning up after her son.
Jack came over and asked me to dance.
We found a nice quiet spot on the beach.
I looked out of the window, but couldn't see Dad anywhere in the garden.
There was a ragged child with bare feet begging at the roadside.
Grandad has a chestnut tree in his garden.
The tears were glistening on her cheeks.
The grass was wet with early morning dew.
As we walked on the beach, the seagulls wheeled overhead.
The sea was glinting in the sunlight.
The owl swooped through the air and caught a mouse.
He was entranced so completely by her that he fell on his knees and proposed.
The rabbit froze when it was caught in the beam of the car's headlights.
He breathed in her perfume as she brushed past him.
The magician cast a magic spell.
We remained long after the others had gone.
Our neighbours have just done a loft conversion.
He went outside to chop some more wood for the fire.
Put some more wood on the fire.
He's paid a decent salary but doesn't think it's enough.
She climbed up the ladder.
He couldn't resist showing off on the tennis court.
She didn't even have the strength to stand up.
The dogs are allowed to roam around wherever they want.
From his vantage point he could see over the rooftops down to the harbour.
The house was surrounded by trees and invisible from the road.
We had three days of spring sunshine.
She lay sunbathing under a cloudless sky.
He was bemoaning the fact that lawyers charge so much.
He was overjoyed to see his mother again.
He has devoted himself to good works all his life.
I searched in vain for my wallet.
The death of his mother came as a tremendous shock.
I'm so grateful for all your help.
The earrings were a gift from my aunt.
It was autumn, and the leaves were falling from the trees.
Jessica bought some plants for the garden.
Her husband always picked her up in the car after work.
He was carving a small wooden doll for his granddaughter.
In the spelling test, I had only spelled two words correctly!
She watched the dancer carefully and then imitated her every step.
The burglar's movements were soft and stealthy.
They shook hands and went their several ways.
I made the plumber a mug of coffee.
She lowered her bucket into the well.
The boys were drawing graffiti on the wall.
Twenty years after the event, his death remains a mystery.
The secret of his birth was revealed when the will was read.
The water was flowing swiftly down the river.
We were awakened by the alarm clock.
The priest talked about the immortality of the soul.
You're in a good mood this morning!
It takes hours of practice to learn to play the guitar.
The logic behind this statement is faulty.
We'll give you good advice on how to reach your ideal weight.
The rights of the individual are sometimes lees important than the rights of the people in general.
Some people believe the universe was created by a big explosion.
We simply will not tolerate vigilante groups on our streets.
She fulfilled her ambition to run the 10,000 metres in under 30 minutes.
Hemingway's romance with his nurse inspired him to write 'A Farewell to Arms'.
I knew I could rely on David to help me when I needed it.
He's the sort of person who bores you at parties.
They run the kind of business that wants to please its customers.
We rented a country cottage in Devon for our two-week holiday.
Extreme poverty still exists in many rural areas.
They had goose for Christmas dinner.
He has a nasty temper and I avoid him as much as possible.
Television violence can encourage aggression in children.
This sea has an average depth of 35 metres.
Would you like some cream on your Christmas pudding?
Maria was in tears because of the nasty comments you made about her cooking.
She believes in astrology, and checks her horoscope in the paper every day.
Many top athletes are perfectionists who drive themselves to succeed.
He has very strong principles, and will never do anything that might be illegal.
Bergman was a keen observer of human nature.
Playing badminton every week helps keep us fit.
Jack is a brown belt at judo, and is not someone you should pick a fight with.
The college offers a one-week intensive course in English for businessmen needing to learn the language quickly.
How are you getting on with the people at your new office?
I didn't want to pay the price he was asking, so I bargained and got a few pounds off.
He bought her a gold bracelet as a sign of his affection.
I've got a picture of your mum when we were riding donkeys on Blackpool beach.
Heather takes her camera into the woods and photographs the birds and plants.
The path became rocky and steep as we got nearer the top of the mountain.
I walked nervously up the garden path towards the front door.
Rachael phoned the hotel yesterday to check the arrangements for her wedding reception.
These tablets will only provide temporary pain relief, so you should go and see your doctor.
Steve has a background in computer engineering.
To become a priest you need a strong belief in God.
You need specialist knowledge to do this job.
Was it an accident, or did the car run her over on purpose?
I was never any good at physics when I was at school.
Charles was injured when the car he was in collided with a tree.
Most of the patients had a quiet night, but Mr Jones was in a lot of pain.
Before he started editing the newsletter, Mrs Granger was a retired teacher with nothing to do.
Looking back on the holiday, it wasn't one of the best experiences of my life.
Take your boots off outside if they're muddy.
Her daughter was very small because she was born two months premature.
Only 12 of the 140 passengers survived.
Take little Jimmy down to the park and let him sail his new boat on the pond.
Ken needs a heart bypass operation or he may die.
Don't worry, I'll look after the kids tomorrow.
I always buy a lottery ticket but I don't think I'll ever win the lottery.
Brazil were beaten 2–1 by Argentina.
One thing that came up was the question of how to pay for the new equipment.
The entrance exams for this college are very difficult.
The USA was trying to develop ever more advanced weapons systems.
They elected a democratic government for the first time in 1957.
She provided emotional support at a very distressing time for me.
The authorities have started to take a more liberal attitude towards soft drugs.
He was one of the most powerful men in Bohemia.
The increase in violent crime is due to the ease of obtaining handguns.
Energy consumption in the developed world has risen steeply in recent years.
Aid to developing countries has been increased by 30 per cent this year.
It's a TV programme about the restoration of historic buildings.
This course takes an innovative approach to language teaching.
Living in a multicultural society means that you have to get on with people from other cultures.
He left as a poor, working class boy and returned as a wealthy man.
In many ways the British are still as class-conscious as they ever were.
Tom wasn't very communicative, and kept himself to himself.
The party takes a very conservative attitude to the country's education system.
A puppy is naturally affectionate and excitable.
This channel concentrates on family-oriented programmes and doesn't broadcast adult films.
I'm a law-abiding citizen – I've never broken the law in my life!
They were encouraging nationalistic sentiment among the students.
I don't share her religious beliefs – she's a Hindu and I'm an atheist.
Giovanni's restaurant specialises in traditional Italian cooking.
Luckily, my parents were tolerant of my choice of music.
Colin was suspicious of Jeff's reasons for offering to help.
The colour green is made up of a mixture of blue and yellow.
A recent poll found that 80% of Californians support the governor.
Her book has a new theory to explain the origins of the universe.
The party attracts people who are intolerant of other people's political beliefs.
Gaelic is still spoken in Ireland by a tiny minority.
I'd rather go to the dentist than go and see that film again – it was terrible!
I wouldn't mind if the seats in the cinema were comfortable, but they were as bad as the film!
I can't stand sitting in the house all day when it's nice and sunny outside.
Martin's really into modelling US railroads – he even edits a magazine on the subject.
Jim's become really keen on photography since he got his digital camera.
Brenda wants to go to Morocco this year, but I'm not very keen on it myself.
She always goes clubbing when she's in New York.
The girls come from a variety of different backgrounds.
When I was young, 'house' and 'garage' were things that people lived or worked in, not kinds of music!
Jenny likes all kinds of music, from classical to garage.
Hamish likes to go rock climbing in the mountains at the weekends.
It's good to get out of the city and onto the open road, away from all the traffic jams.
There is too much sex and violence on TV these days.
Why is he always getting at me?
I'll ring the manager up tomorrow.
When does this train get to Edinburgh?
My flight takes off for New York at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
I don't earn a huge salary, but we get by.
She put up with his violent temper for years, but finally she couldn't tolerate it any more.
I get on really well with my wife's parents.
I'm really looking forward to our vacation.
Check in two hours before the flight.
I've never lived abroad before.
Bill loved Australia, but he felt homesick and wanted to go back home to see his friends.
I've had a long chat with Vinnie.
They're pretty unadventurous with their money, and don't like taking risks.
Allow me to introduce myself – I'm David's father.
The money you give will fund research into the causes of cancer.
Chris found out that her great-grandfather used to be a policeman.
It's a very old custom that has vanished altogether over the years.
I'd like to take you to Glasgow and introduce you to my folks.
The police are making enquiries into his background.
Details of next term's courses can be found in the college handbook.
Please enclose a cheque with your order.
Pick up some holiday brochures on your way home, and we'll decide where to go.
The price for the holiday includes flights and hotel accommodation.
Tea and biscuits will be provided.
I've only tried canoeing once, and I fell out and nearly drowned!
The entire staff has done an outstanding job this year.
Science facilities at the school have been greatly enhanced by the addition of the new laboratories.
The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere.
The campsite in situated in the heart of the beautiful Pentland Hills.
John Muir was the main person behind the creation of Yosemite National Park.
You should never judge a person by their looks.
There was some kind of problem with the car, and they had to stop and fix it.
She looks younger, but in fact she's fortyish or so.
Do you like active holidays? You know, skiing and that sort of thing?
Yes, something like that would suit us fine.
I feel sort of funny – I think I'll have to lie down for a while.
Harry, would you like to finish off by making a summary of the main points?
When he came in, the dog had chewed all the cushions and was lying on the sofa.
You need a magnifying glass to read this writing, it's so small!
The police are investigating the mysterious deaths of three children at the hospital.
We moved here because there was very little crime.
A spokesman said it was an isolated incident.
The door attendant stopped him when he tried to leave without paying.
If you walk around here at night you're likely to be attacked by thugs.
Are we doing enough to protect the environment?
The police have no clues to who might have committed the crime.
He bought me a lovely black jacket with a red silk lining.
All the furniture was covered in a thick layer of dust.
He had been eating spaghetti, and had spots of tomato sauce all down his shirt.
Please write in black ink on the form.
The oven is electric, but the hob is powered by gas.
Foster joined in the laughter even though the joke was about him.
You have to give a good reason for claiming taxi cabs on your expenses.
When she came out of the hairdresser's, everybody burst out laughing.
They're always cackling like witches about some private joke.
What are you chuckling about?
They fell about laughing when I told them what had happened.
If you can't stop giggling you'll have to leave the room.
He was telling a joke, and it must have been about me because he stopped when he saw me.
I wasn't serious, I was only pulling your leg.
Was she being sarcastic or did she mean what she said?
Your car was stolen at the police station! How ironic!
He's good at making me laugh when I'm feeling depressed.
I'm reading a novel by Jane Austen entitled 'Emma'.
When the police got there, the victim was being comforted by a neighbour.
Sadie has always been prone to catching colds if there's one going around.
A holiday in the sun always bucks me up in the middle of winter.
It'll do you good to have a cry instead of bottling everything up inside you.
He gave me a really hard time about losing his watch, but it wasn't even my fault!
My heart sank when I walked into the room and saw the police were there.
She's still in shock after the accident, and she's not talking sense.
Try and take his mind off his problems by taking him to the cinema tonight.
His wife said she didn't love him any more and walked out on him after 20 years of marriage.
There was an annoying note of self-pity in her voice, but it's all her own fault.
What we are witnessing here is human misery on a vast scale.
I don't go to the record shop any more, I just download tracks off the internet.
My long-term partner and I are getting married next month.
Flintoff bowled the batsman with a corker of a ball.
He never gets the point of my jokes – I'm beginning to think he's a bit dim.
She's a bit of a know-all – always has the answer to every question.
Potentially fatal diseases are more easily spread now that people find it so easy to travel the world.
A combination of factors may be responsible for the increase in cancer.
Stop asking silly questions.
Sue was fussy about her looks.
Fred will do whatever he wants – I can't get him to calm down and listen to reason.
Patrick had deceived her, and that was unforgivable.
In what circumstances did you first meet the accused?
The childlessness of the marriage was one of the reasons they broke up.
He comes home and yells at the dog if he's had a bad day.
The 5.40 train to Reading is always packed on weekdays.
What's the occasion?' 'It's our anniversary.'
John and Katy are holding a wine tasting on Thursday evening.
Other committee members chipped in with a few pounds to buy a new dartboard.
CCTV provided incontrovertible evidence that he was at the scene of the crime.
Absolute proof of the existence of life on other planets may be difficult to obtain.
Inhabitants are facing up to the grim reality of rebuilding the shattered town.
NYPD Blue' is on at 10 o'clock tonight.
Is there anything good on telly tonight?
I'm watching 'Commander in Chief' and taping 'Ugly Betty'.
Consumers will soon be paying higher airfares.
The price of consumer durables will rise when the new tax comes in.
She doesn't approve of young children watching TV for more than an hour a day.
There's so much rubbish on TV tonight, I think I'll go to bed early.
Get a move on, we're already 20 minutes late!
Steven took his son to a cricket match as a birthday treat.
His voice sounded feeble and far away.
There is no direct reference to her own childhood in the novel.
That's an insane risk that you don't need to take.
Residents in the area are furious at the decision.
Ellen seemed amused by the whole situation.
Henry felt very let down at the complete lack of support for his proposal.
I have no intention of retiring just yet.
He lives with his mum and stays in a lot – he doesn't have much of a social life.
I'll talk to you when I get back from the shops.
The actress hit back at claims that she had threatened a member of staff.
When are you moving in with your new flatmates?
We'd better clean out the attic this week.
We usually throw out all our old magazines.
The committee would like to express their thanks to Mrs Smith for the wonderful flowers.
My dad doesn't like to express an opinion in case it's not what my mother thinks.
My parents expressed horror at the very thought of having a takeaway meal.
It rained heavily all day Sunday, so I stayed in.
George slept heavily and didn't hear the postman knocking on the door.
Now it's January, there's a big empty space where the Christmas tree used to be.
Jack offered to buy us a meal, but it was an empty gesture as we'd already eaten.
Sally will have to eat humble pie when she discovers how badly she has edited this book.
Be very careful what you say, young man – you're on thin ice with me already.
He was only 58 when the company put him out to grass.
The milkman hasn't delivered any milk this morning.
Can I have two pints of bitter and a packet of crisps, please?
Daisy here is our champion Highland cow.
We keep dairy cows for their milk and a few beef cattle as well.
Most athletes are in their prime at around the age of 28.
It's Dad's birthday and we're going out for a meal to celebrate.
Jack has retired from the Civil Service but he still works freelance for the department.
As a special birthday treat, we're taking Sadie to Disneyland Paris.
The sandwich was invented when someone put some meat between two slices of bread.
I got very attached to my son's dog when I looked after him over Christmas.
He has a nasty temper and I avoid him as much as possible.
They were still waving at the train long after it had left the station.
I get the feeling I'm not wanted here – I think they're trying to get rid of me.
Ted knew something was wrong when Sheila didn't answer the doorbell.
You can use fresh or frozen fish in this recipe.
We walked along by the side of the canal.
I opened the oven door and the cake sank in the middle.
A little girl was attacked by two large dogs in the park.
A runaway lorry with faulty brakes ran into the front of the shop.
There's a herd of cows in the field, with one bull looking at them over the fence.
Jimmy struggled bravely with his homework, but he couldn't work out the answers.
From 1914 to 1918 the armed forces were engaged in a struggle to defend our homeland.
The car went up on the pavement and knocked her over.
I'm always amazed at the contents of women's handbags!
When you're 65 you'll be able to get a bus pass for old age pensioners.
That man just jumped into the frozen lake and rescued the drowning boy.
We have steak and kidney pie, chicken and mushroom pie, and cheese and onion pie today.
Jackie got very sunburnt after lying out in the garden for three hours.
We'll have a short break for lunch, then start again at 2 o'clock.
John was fired because they caught him stealing money from the company.
When I got up this morning my back ached and I had a bad cough.
Check the oil level in your car every week.
I'm scared stiff of heights – I don't want to go near the edge.
He took off his uniform and put on a sweater and trousers.
Ken was feeling down, so we took him out for a meal to cheer him up.
This page is torn, so I can't see what was on the missing part.
His bottom lip was swollen where Dave had hit him.
Her eyes were swollen and she looked as if she'd been crying for a long time.
Do you prefer pool or billiards?' 'I like snooker best.'
Sonja came first in the women's figure skating championship.
Do you fancy going to the pub for a pint?
If you pot the black you get seven points.
My grandad keeps his false teeth in a glass in the bathroom.
One hundred and twenty people died in China's worst air disaster.
She fell heavily, striking her head against the side of the boat.
The heel of her shoe got stuck in a crack in the pavement.
Lifeguards are trained to deal with emergencies.
Nearly 50 fire officers were called to the site of the fire, at a factory in Station Road.
It's so much easier cutting this wood with a power saw instead of my old hand saw!
Will you get some more washing-up liquid when you go to the supermarket?
Milan won the semi-final replay 3–0.
I've never lived abroad before – up till now I lived all my life in Britain.
She was born in New York and has an American passport.
My grandparents took me on a day trip to Blackpool.
The station announcements are very difficult to hear because of the noise of the trains.
I usually take a short nap after lunch.
Troops were advancing across the German–Polish border.
He's a good photographer, and often goes in for competitions in magazines.
She's made a living out of imitating famous people on television.
Tim puts on a silly voice when he's embarrassed.
Rory Bremner, the impressionist, is a man of many voices.
She often gets into trouble because people think she's making fun of them.
His charm often gets him out of trouble in awkward situations.
Dad makes out that he's constantly being told what to do by Mum.
I always said he was a bright young man and that he'd do well in life.
He dresses up as a penguin and hands out leaflets in the town centre.
Grandad makes up stories to tell the kids when they go to bed at night.
The programme is a series of short comical sketches.
Don has got on well in the company, and is now a director.
He thinks of them as witty remarks, but I regard them as insults.
Peter Kay cracked us up when we saw him at the theatre last week.
The feel of the material turns me right off wearing that jacket.
I used to like Tom, but recently I've gone right off him.
There are many more foreigners working in this country than there were 20 years ago.
The children were badly behaved, so I sent them to bed early.
The thieves stole a sack that contained banknotes.
His speech included several cultural references to ethnic minorities.
The operation was successful – Betty can go home the day after tomorrow.
Artists translate their ideas into visual images.
He eventually escaped and made his way back to England.
John decided to go off on his own.
Between the 16 people in the group, I counted eight different nationalities.
The temperature in London is often much higher than it is in the regions.
A brief summary is given on a separate sheet.
The police uncovered a plot to bomb the UN headquarters.
We will review the case and make a recommendation to the client.
She sent us her review of the film, which was less than flattering.
Tarantino can be said to have invented a new genre of film-making.
His reply raised the question of whether someone else committed the crime.
Kevin and Perry were two rebellious teenagers invented by comedian Harry Enfield.
Several youths were arrested for throwing stones at the police.
We can view Nate's body at the funeral parlour this afternoon.
She wanted to escape the monotony of her everyday life.
Mary dreamed of being a scriptwriter and making films in Hollywood.
Harry got off the train while it was still moving.
Mike was both the central character in the book and the narrator of the story.
We had a few mishaps while you were out – I'm afraid we broke all the plates!
Fay told a hilarious story about a policeman with very large ears.
Most teenagers rebel against their parents at one time or another.
There was an armed rebellion in the country in 1974.
Relevant documents were presented in court.
Talking about the accused's past record misleads the jury into thinking he must be guilty.
The plant's roots were exposed above the earth in the pot.
Aesop's Fables embodied the values of the time in which they were written.
The new arts centre will serve the whole community.
There's an exhibition of contemporary Japanese prints at the Tate this week.
The fact that he's in a wheelchair gains him some deserved sympathy.
I have a lot of sympathy for her; she had to bring up the children on her own.
It's worth reading the passage carefully to understand exactly what the author means.
Chatto & Windus published his works in the late 1960s.
The moral of the story is that you should never forget who your friends are.
Her books have been re-issued in new paperback editions with new covers.
The story of 'Watership Down' features Hazel, Fiver and Bigwig, three rabbits searching for a new home.
He had dared to speak out against injustice, and overnight he became a national hero.
The legislation has a fundamental weakness and must be re-written.
What are you looking for?' 'An old book that I bought years ago.'
The great salaries here compensate to some extent for the boring work you have to do.
The family originally came from France, but now live in Germany.
The writing is greatly influenced by the style of Jane Austen.
Occasionally, people still find unexploded shells that fell during World War Two.
Read the instructions carefully before you open the packet.
The old clock ticked noisily above the mantelpiece.
Fortunately the house was empty when the bomb exploded.
Because the gas is highly explosive, it needs to be kept in high-pressure containers.
Consult the computer manual if you have a problem.
I don't have the right tools to start fiddling around with the engine.
The cover is held on by four screws, one at each corner.
Have you got a screwdriver? I need to undo these screws and take the cover off.
The white cable goes to the top of the motor; the blue cable goes underneath.
Toss a coin to see who goes first.
Copper wire is being replaced by fibre optics fro carrying data signals.
The lieutenant led his men back to the safety of the camp.
They often misunderstand me because of my heavy Scottish accent.
When Daisy pulls the dog's tail, he just ignores it and shuts his eyes.
If you get any more calls from that double glazing company, just hang up.
The army has been called in to find out whether the bomb is 'live' or harmless.
When she saw the teacher coming, she panicked and threw her cigarette away.
Gary grabbed the wheel and steered the car away from the oncoming lorry.
The firework exploded in his face and he was badly burned.
Kay was relieved to see that her daughter had escaped unhurt.
The hurricane in Birmingham caused damage to around 30 houses.
Phone the coastguard station at Stornoway and tell them to launch the lifeboat.
Kelly's promotion means more money and more responsibility.
If you analyse the joke too closely you won't find it funny.
Doctors say it's too risky to try and operate.
There are some really tough audiences in the northern clubs and pubs.
Slapstick comedy usually involves people getting covered in custard or falling on their faces.
Situational comedy is often set in a 'normal' time and place but with slightly odd characters.
Airbags are a standard feature in most new cars.
I wonder how James is getting on.
It's a paradox that in such a rich country there can be so much poverty.
The latest episode of Doctor Who on TV attracted millions of viewers.
New parents often suffer from lack of sleep during the first few months.
Viewing figures for the programme are down, and it looks like the next series will be cancelled.
Fans of 'Taggart' were shocked when the star of the series died.
He plays a sophisticated, witty American; however, he still can't talk to women.
She has a great sense of humour, but she doesn’t like jokes against herself.
Mammals have an inborn fear of snakes.
The public loved the film, and millions went to see it, but the critics hated it.
Among the guests was an impressive array of authors and critics.
She was in constant physical pain.
The lion tamer cracked his whip and the lion jumped through the flaming hoop.
She felt lonely and depressed after her husband left her.
The doctor's surgery was crowded, and all the waiting patients seemed to have the flu.
Peter waited nervously for the results of the tests.
The old man was coughing hard, and didn't seem to be able to stop.
The country now faces an economic crisis.
He looked very pale and drawn.
That woman must have really rubbery legs, to be able to fit into that tiny box!
The former Soviet Union broke up into a number of separate republics.
Bill pressed his nose to the window and pulled funny faces at the people inside.
She does good imitations of several of her colleagues.
He tries to keep his colleagues away from his personal friends, and vice versa.
Sales were five percent lower than analysts had predicted.
The town provides a wide choice of entertainment.
This magnificent film reveals Fellini's genius.
When the whale crashed back into the water, it splashed everybody in the front six rows.
Have you installed the new version of MS Office on your PC?
Somebody sent me a virus that destroyed all the information on my hard disk.
Thieves broke in and stole a valuable painting from the gallery.
In places, the path can be wet and slippery after it rains.
Road safety is taught to young children to avoid road accidents.
Bart had a deep affection for the old man.
Afterwards I felt a great sense of relief.
His natural reserve makes it hard for him to say what he thinks.
Convention used to mean that a man would always hold a door open for a woman.
Similar sentiments were expressed by many politicians.
The new school term begins on 2 September.
Dawn works as an adviser to the Government and other political institutions.
The temperature of the water was just right for swimming.
There are some very imaginative uses of computer technology in education.
She suffered extreme embarrassment at not knowing how to read.
Why did you have to make a deliberate attempt to humiliate her?
All the staff are enthusiastic about the project.
The country has seen a return to democracy after 16 years of military rule.
Jo is very affectionate towards her daughters.
The baby closely resembles his father.
This huge printing press will print in six colours at once.
The invasion of Normandy cost many lives on both sides.
The Scots made many raids across the border to steal cattle from the English.
A crowd of reporters had gathered outside the court.
We need to assess the impact of private motoring on climate change.
Do you know the correct pronunciation of these Gaelic names?
Hiragana is a set of simplified Chinese characters used in writing Japanese.
Now he's been made a Lord, I suppose you could say he's part of the ruling classes.
Written English was not standardised in the time of Chaucer.
She was presented with an award by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
The Roman empire at one time included England.
She comes from the east end of London, and has a broad cockney accent.
There are many dialects of English, so even some British people have difficulty understanding some of them.
Dali was a painter in the surrealist movement.
She's so thin she could get a job as a catwalk model.
Unconventional political views were not tolerated in the former Soviet Union.
Do you like my new hairstyle?
Margaret was looking very chic in blue.
I can't afford the prices they charge in classy restaurants.
That dress looks a bit dated now – it was in fashion in the 1980s.
A tall, elegant young woman strode confidently over to our table.
Strong colours are very fashionable at the moment.
She wears really old-fashioned, outdated clothes!
You're looking very smart today in your new suit!
Vera was a stylish woman in her forties.
The old couple's mantelpiece was covered in tacky ornaments.
That was a tasteless remark to make in front of someone whose wife has just died!
He owns a couple of a trendy King's Road restaurants where all the stars eat.
You can't wear unfashionable clothes if you work at a fashion magazine.
They have access to up-to-date information through a computer database.
Clothes don't define who you are – it's what's inside that counts.
She swam out into the cool water of the lake.
There are plans to split the corporation into a number of smaller independent companies.
Do you know where James Street is?' 'Sorry, I haven't got a clue.'
She started a craze for this type of jewellery.
Interest in organic food is not a fad, it's here to stay.
The walls next to the railway track are covered with graffiti.
There were huge advertising billboards all along the road into Las Vegas.
The busker who plays to the queue outside the theatre is very good.
The children like going to the circus because the clowns make them laugh.
I joined various drama groups over the years, but I decided I wasn't a very good actor.
There will be a big fireworks display on the Thames to celebrate the New Year.
There were a few buskers in the square, and one or two people being 'live statues'.
All the musicians in the orchestra are good soloists in their own right.
There is a series of open-air concerts in the park every month during the summer.
Some of the pavement artists in Cologne were very good and attracted large crowds.
The sculptures at Bretton Park include one or two by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
The statues in the plaza looked very neglected and needed cleaning.
I used to like folk in the 1960s and 1970s, but I prefer classical music now.
The house has a rural setting, and is surrounded by fields and open country.
Unemployment in urban areas is much worse than it is in the countryside.
The system is relatively easy to use – even my four-year-old can manage it.
She was finding it hard to cope with her son's increasingly antisocial behaviour.
Vandals have destroyed the bus shelter.
We are always treated as valuable customers whenever we go to Kato's restaurant.
Most of the neighbourhoods around here have good schools and excellent housing.
Have you ever travelled on the subway trains in New York City?
Dark, menacing clouds gave warning of a storm coming in from the west.
Old cars in various stages of decay littered the streets.
There was a message scrawled on a scrap of paper.
The protesters marched through London chanting slogans and singing.
Prince Charles has made several speeches protesting about unsightly buildings.
Jim's voice became more aggressive as his anger increased.
People are buying the new flats before they are even built, seeking to make a killing in a few years' time.
She chained herself to the railings to make a point about how women are treated in society.
That rundown, abandoned factory is an eyesore.
You can go to prison for being in possession of illegal drugs.
Driving at more than the speed limit is an offence that is punishable by a fine.
His unpaid parking fines come to a total of over £200.
Jews were forced to live in a ghetto in a small area of the city.
These documents have no legal status in Britain.
For more information on weight loss and healthy eating, visit our website.
More and more people are appreciating the way the organisation can help them.
The church is situated in a run-down inner-city area.
The group's record is quickly making its way up the US music charts.
The record's success was spread by being played by several music stations on the radio.
The police have issued a new appeal for information.
I have two lectures this afternoon, but nothing after 4 o'clock.
The gallery displays works by local artists.
A range of official Disney merchandise was on sale.
Most of the fans wore baseball caps with their team's logo on the front.
Simple toys like yo-yos and spinning tops kept us amused for hours.
Her T-shirts carry graffiti-inspired designs.
Illegal hunting is threatening the survival of the species.
Modern students benefit greatly from being able to use the internet for research.
Can't you enjoy yourself without spoiling the day for everybody else?
The hotel is not responsible for any loss or damage to guests' personal property.
His voice sounded angry and threatening.
The whole area is depressed, with more than 40% of the people out of work.
You might find them in a more receptive mood tomorrow.
His book acknowledged his debt to the work of other scholars.
My parents were hard-working, respectable people all their lives.
The popularity of the Internet has soared.
When I've earned my first million, I'll know I've made it to the top.
The study demonstrates the link between poverty and malnutrition.
I couldn't get beyond the strange language of the story to understand what the author was trying to say.
I'm fed up of sitting here studying. Let's go out and get a pizza.
Whenever our son gets in touch it usually means he needs some money.
I want a job with good prospects for promotion.
She trims her eyebrows so they look as if they're drawn on with a pencil.
At my hairdresser's they will also do your nails for a few pounds extra.
The belly-dancer was wearing a bright red jewel in her navel.
Joe ran his tongue over his dry lips.
He went mad when his daughter had her hair dyed bright green.
Many women, and some men, have pierced ears so that they can wear earrings.
He shaved his head as a bet to raise money for charity.
Dave wears a T-shirt with no sleeves so that you can see his tattooed arms.
She held out her hands, displaying nails that were varnished bright red.
There are several shops offering body piercing services down near the market.
Dawn is well qualified for her new role as a company director.
Most of the salons do either body piercing or tattooing, but not both.
Jake was showing off his new diamond ear stud this morning.
We went into a shop selling camping equipment to buy a tent.
It's frightening how many diseases you can catch just by going into hospital as a patient!
Kay caught hepatitis when she was backpacking in the Far East.
Cheap ear-piercing guns are sometimes used by people offering a quick service.
His aunt became his legal guardian after his parents died in a car crash.
All the instruments have to be disinfected between one patient and the next.
Give me a needle and thread, and I'll sew up the tear in your jacket.
Farah has opened a beauty salon offering skin, hair and nail treatments.
A slim young woman came in and asked if we had any size 8 dresses.
Paul got a degree in Chemistry from Cambridge University.
The architecture of Venice is one of its chief attractions to tourists.
Numerous attempts have been made over the years to hide the truth.
The house has been extensively rebuilt after the damage caused by the storm.
Gordon bought an old, neglected house and completely renovated it.
The children must put on suntan lotion every day before they go out on the beach.
The doctor gave me a leaflet on skin cancer and told me to stay out of the sun.
Tom is willing to pay a fortune for the most fashionable designer clothes.
A range of cosmetics and toiletries is available at the beauty counter.
A good diet is essential for everyone who wants to live a long and healthy life.
A growing number of households have at least one computer.
Jill insisted on having a seat by the window.
I only by branded foods – I won't buy the supermarket's own-brand, cheap stuff.
Only clothes from designer labels are good enough for Steve.
Some brands of computer disk are more reliable than others.
I can't stand people who are scatty and disorganised.
He thinks of them as witty remarks, but I regard them as insults.
She tends to get angry if you don't agree with her.
Grandad's been getting rather absent-minded and forgetful lately.
Sam is getting on, you know – he will be 80 next year.
Do you get on well with your wife's parents?
Ted comes across as a shy person, but he's very entertaining when you get to know him.
Sally goes for men with nice cars and big wallets.
Jim takes after his father – neither of them like crowds of people.
We got talking and found we had a lot in common.
Many students were injured during protests against the Vietnam war.
Many of the country's industries have been taken over by giant multinationals.
You'll find the logos of companies like Coke and Levis in most countries you visit.
Space travel was every young boy's dream in the 1960s.
Salaries have risen faster than inflation.
Company policies prevent staff talking to the press.
Global climate change is becoming a very urgent problem for us all.
We last moved house in 1996, when we came to live here.
That shirt really suits you – it goes with your eyes.
The cat was standing on the edge of the chair, ready to jump onto the table where the food was.
The house has a spacious living area which could be divided up into more than one room.
There was a pot of soup simmering on the stove and a delicious smell from the oven.
Phil loves an open fireplace, with logs crackling away and the flames dancing.
There's a fair-sized garden at the back of the house, but no garage.
The bell is massive, weighing over 40 tons.
The front garden was cluttered with the remains of several rusted cars.
The living room was warm and cosy.
Tom offered to sleep on the couch while Sue took the bedroom.
She could see her face reflected in the car's windshield.
We will give you advice on how to reach your ideal weight.
I haven't finished putting wallpaper up in the bedroom yet.
The hotel has a storage room where you can put your cases until you leave for the airport.
Many members of the orchestra play two or more instruments.
Kelly has decided on pursuing a career in journalism.
Reading this magazine will help you keep up with the latest fashion trends.
Kim flits from one job to another, and never concentrates on anything for very long.
Internet connections through conventional phone lines are fairly slow.
Las Vegas attracts a certain kind of pleasure-seeking tourist.
Men can be just as vain as women.
I don't know how you can be so laid-back about your exams.
A messy room is a sign of a disorganised person.
I can't wait to sit down in a comfy chair after walking around all day!
During the frequent air-raids, people took refuge in their cellars.
Your desk must be clutter free at the end of every day, with everything put away neatly.
Nigeria gained independence from Britain in 1960.
The view from my bedroom window was absolutely breathtaking.
She closed her eyes against the brilliant light.
Alexei rose to his feet with a single effortless movement.
She led an exciting and glamorous life in Monaco.
'What do you think of my new flatmate?' 'He's absolutely gorgeous!'
The model's movements were graceful and elegant.
I think Johnny Depp is an extremely handsome young man.
The choir gave a magnificent performance of Brahms' Requiem last night.
His speech was a real masterpiece – all the information needed, but over in 15 minutes.
Peterhead is a quiet Scottish fishing village with a picturesque harbour.
He was one of the most powerful men in Bohemia.
The Highlands is a region of great scenic beauty.
The city provides a striking contrast between wealth and poverty.
You look absolutely stunning in that dress.
He reads a lot of poetry, particularly the works of Dylan Thomas and Robert Frost.
The new shopping centre, being adjacent to the offices, will be convenient for lunchtime shoppers.
George made an admirable attempt to achieve his target, but he didn't manage it.
There was an old, dilapidated shed at the bottom of the garden.
You realise that your problems are insignificant in comparison with many other people's.
The lake was frozen solid, so we were able to skate across it..
The solitary goal of the match was scored by Giggs, the left-winger.
She was brought up in a tiny community in the Midwest before she moved to the big city.
The Galapagos gives us a unique opportunity to study these rare creatures.
He led a busy but otherwise unremarkable life.
They rescued me from the storm, took me to their house and gave me shelter.
The large oak tree in the garden gives the back of the house some shade in summer.
The dog went round every tree in the garden, marking his territory.
We want to erect a high fence all round the house to protect our privacy.
The field was surrounded by trees on every side.
The country road gave a view of green fields and rolling hills.
You should buy a couple of travel guidebooks on the countries you're going to visit.
The village lies in a bend of the river Ure.
They just came in and put their bags down plonk in the middle of my room.
At the back of the cottage there is rising ground all the way to the top of the Pentland Hills.
The treasure map says to take 14 paces west and then turn north and take another six paces.
The detectives have only been able to gather a few seemingly unrelated bits of information.
She waited for him in the long dark shadow of an old oak tree.
It was an old wall, with lichens growing on the surface sheltered from the wind.
These bushes are very attractive to butterflies in the summer.
An assault course is a kind of obstacle race for army soldiers.
There were dogs chasing each other all over the town square.
The three trees looked like they were huddling together at the top of the hill.
Sheep were grazing on the hillside.
Does the house have a slanting roof or a flat one?
We've had a long period of low rainfall, so the ground is very dry.
Allow plenty of time to get to your destination.
John's a gardener at the botanical garden, so he knows a lot about plants.
It won't be long before the baby is big enough to climb out of that cot.
Katy was shrieking with delight when her dad handed her the new puppy.
The umbilical cord joins the baby to its mother while it is still inside the womb.
People often paint their address on their tortoise's shell in case it gets lost.
The storm broke at five o'clock, and we had thunder and lightning for the next three hours.
There will be a victory parade in the town centre for the winning rugby team.
She's got a bee in her bonnet about bus drivers, and is always complaining about them.
Everyone else was wearing evening dress, so I felt like a fish out of water in my T-shirt and jeans.
Ken let the cat out of the bag and told her about the surprise party.
Amy's always been the black sheep of the family since she left home at 15.
I'd love to be a fly on the wall when the manager talks to his team at half-time.
Jan's always been a bit of a bookworm – she's constantly reading something.
It's the story of a couple who quit the rat race and went to live on a deserted island.
I broke the vase during an argument with my husband.
Some US industries are not as competitive as they have been in the past.
Moving to a new house is a very stressful experience.
People who drop litter can be fined in some cities.
He is obsessed with railways, and often has really boring conversations about them for hours.
The baby was well wrapped up against the cold weather.
Denim is a hard-wearing material but it doesn't keep the cold out.
Bronwen was brought up in the south Wales valleys, amongst coal pits and miners.
It was the worst day of my entire life when I lost the competition.
The coastlines of the two countries are only separated by a narrow channel.
Don is responsible for 20 building projects at any one time, so he's very busy.
The living room is approximately 28 square metres in area.
You must ask permission before taking any photographs inside the church.
Have a look at our new range of curtain fabrics and wallpapers.
I've had glowing reports from Neil about your work.
The young singer is enjoying critical acclaim.
My boss sent me a complimentary e-mail yesterday – it's always nice being appreciated.
Usha was wearing a saffron-coloured sari that contrasted with her black hair.
I hate nylon shirts – they get all hot and sticky in warm weather.
Energy consumption in the developed world is causing concerns about global warming.
I painted the gate with luminous paint so that it could be easily seen in the dark.
Blue veins showed through her translucent skin.
The tightrope walker made his way across a rope suspended above the audience.
They climbed the mountain in 28 days, a remarkable feat.
Brunel's bridge over the river at Clifton was a remarkable piece of engineering.
The new housing developments are financed by the local council.
The use and sale of marijuana remains illegal.
The locomotives are taken to a scrapyard in the Midlands where they are dismantled.
The police were criticised for their poor handling of the inquiry.
You could at least try!' 'Why bother? It won't make any difference.'
The smooth texture of the silk shirt felt cool against her skin.
After two hours of questioning, the police got the suspect to confess.
The criminals were transporting stolen cars to Europe in shipping containers.
My car was badly damaged in the accident.
Patrick has supported Huddersfield football club since he was a little boy.
Colin wants to help his kids financially when they go to university.
The CIA discovered a plot to assassinate the President.
He drives like a madman – I won't take a lift with him in case he has a crash..
'I'm going now,' she said, fastening her coat.
Take-off and landing are the only two parts of a flight that are at all dangerous.
Jane was praised by her teacher as a hard-working, bright pupil.
She asked a lot of embarrassing questions about his home life.
I can't say for definite who did it, but I certainly have my suspicions.
Adrian cycled along the dusty road, throwing up a cloud behind him.
My dad was awarded the Military Cross in the First World War.
By the time we got up this morning, the snow had melted in the sunshine.
Make sure every box is labelled with your name and address.
We need a catchy song to act as a them tune for the new TV series.
He sang a haunting melody about someone he loved long ago.
Hal exists on a monotonous diet of nothing but chips and burgers.
Bayman's book about his illness is deeply moving.
Ned had a scary moment when he thought he was going to lose control of the car.
There was something sinister and disturbing about Mr Scott's death.
Penny sang a soothing song to the little girl until she fell asleep.
We watched a really soppy film about a little boy and his faithful dog.
The story of how she became ill and died made a tear-jerking film.
The work was tiring and tedious, with nothing to relieve the boredom.
Paul is very thoughtful, and always brings me a little present when he visits.
He's been in a few bands, the most successful being the Rolling Stones.
This record label has published many popular rap songs.
Well, to be honest, I've never really liked Morrissey.
Jimmy doesn't like techno – he'd much rather listen to a live orchestra.
I have to admit that I know absolutely nothing about this software.
Gail gave me a hesitant little smile.
Grandad broke his false teeth when he bit into his sandwich!
He grabbed me by the collar and pulled my face towards his.
Many of the winning films were directed by complete unknowns.
I came across an old picture of Mum when I was tidying up.
This watch belonged to my dad many years ago.
I've met him before on two previous occasions.
The desk was left in the flat by the previous tenant.
Some students suffer from loneliness when they first go away to university.
Conflicts over wage settlements have led to strikes in the automotive industry.
It is easy to have an opinion on a moral issue like the death penalty for murder.
Abortion is a highly controversial issue.
Grimm's fairy tales were often scary and full of violence.
I know the city intimately after living here for 20 years.
I recommend that you get some professional advice.
A new art exhibition is opening at the Tate this weekend.
Blake was a Soviet spy who fled to Russia when he was discovered.
I'm sick and tired of waiting for him – I'm giving up and going home!
Her speech bored me to death, and I fell asleep halfway through.
Paula has loads and loads of books on the subject of English history.
She looked normal to me, but her dad made a right song and dance about how she was dressed.
Are you going? Hang on a second and I'll come with you.
He made a couple of corny jokes about women drivers, and then she slapped him.
I think this job is right up your street – it will be just right for you.
Helen told me a few bits and pieces about herself, but not many details.
James said he'd better be getting back or there'd be a fuss.
There's some lovely unspoilt countryside within just a few miles of the city centre.
China always reacts strongly to any threats against her borders.
The wooded hills of Northern Virginia were once an important coal-mining area.
The paper had intended to base itself in London.
The Canadian Rockies are a mountainous area with spectacular scenery.
These spices were first brought to Italy from the East in medieval times.
The family live in London but also have a country seat in Berkshire.
There are scores of lovely homes scattered all over the mountainside.
Phill goes hang gliding in Lanzarote every summer.
Judge Kelso has a reputation for being strict but fair.
The recent rise in crime is a matter of considerable public concern.
A crowd of angry protesters surrounded the van carrying Smith to jail.
The company is introducing measures to improve the health and safety of employees.
Brown appealed against his sentence, and it was reduced to two years.
The accused was flanked by two guards when he was led into court.
The prisoner struggled to get away, but they prevented him from escaping.
The arguments of his lawyers persuaded the judge to treat him sympathetically.
Delays in bringing him to trial meant that he had already served six months in prison.
The fact that you showed no regret for what you did served to increase your sentence.
There are fears that the march will heighten racial tension.
An animal is most dangerous when he is trapped with nowhere to go.
She sprayed her neck with perfume before going out for the evening.
The Tate Modern specialises in avant-garde art exhibitions.
If you don't have at least two degrees, you'll be considered unsuitable for the job.
The zoo houses many big cats, including jaguars, leopards and tigers.
"The Sims" is a virtual reality game where you control the lives of a whole family of people.
The problems confronting the new government were enormous.
We watched a 20-minute puppet show on the beach.
The letters on his T-shirt looked three-dimensional because of how they were coloured.
He twisted his head slightly and looked up at her.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
The exhibits on display here date from the 17th century.
Augustine was later to combine elements of this philosophy with the teachings of Christianity.
Rooms with high ceilings are very difficult to heat.
Bush is not very interested in the moral dimension of world politics.
We are expecting a sharp rise in interest rates.
The bank announced that it was to merge with another of the high street banks.
The figures mean that we are not making enough profit.
My parents' divorce had a big effect on me.
I'm very shy. Mind you, when I've had a few drinks I get more outgoing!
We need someone who can inspire the team to greater success.
Fran strode into the shop and demanded to see the manager.
Russia and the USA made a commitment to worldwide nuclear disarmament.
The centre is holding a training session for teachers about computers.
What is the system for the classification of wines according to quality?
English is the lingua franca in many countries.
Algeria was formerly a French colony.
The bomb was planted by people calling themselves loyalists to the British crown.
Both sides have agreed to sign the peace treaty.
Emigration from Ireland was at its height after the potato crop failed.
Many states had still not voted to ban slavery.
The similarities between them are remarkable – they could almost be twins!
There are hundreds of varieties of fuchsia for sale in this garden centre.
Aspects of his behaviour led me to believe that he was lying.
Sam is going off to Australia – she wants new frontiers to conquer.
He got a degree in biology and went on to become a teacher.
After studying physics at university, Sheila got a job at NASA.
Information technology has had quite an impact on patient records in the NHS.
Jan has had a telescope ever since she first became interested in astronomy.
Cosmology tries to expand our knowledge of the universes beyond our own.
I never studied geology, but I like collecting rocks and finding out what they're made of.
The bacteria were grown in a Petri dish in the laboratory.
The doctor gave me some antibiotics to cure the infection.
Artificial intelligence suggests that robots may one day be able to think for themselves.
Carbon atoms form the basis of all living matter.
Before penicillin, a bacterial infection could often cause death in the sufferer.
I'm worried that the project could become a financial black hole.
As a result of an error in our data processing department, you have been paid £1 million this week.
Signals from deep space may come from other solar systems that are trying to contact us.
The DNA molecule is a combination of four chemicals.
If you pass an electric current through this wire, it will produce light.
Helping people takes time and lots of energy.
In the equation 2x + 1 = 7, what is x?
How many galaxies are there in the known universe?
The disease is passed from mother to child through the genes.
The force of gravity prevents us for jumping more than a few feet off the ground.
The human genome is a map of the DNA molecule.
He discovered a star 3000 light years from Earth.
The food had congealed into a sticky mass.
Japan's largest producer of microchips has a contract to supply Monster computers.
Abnormalities in the cells can be seen quite clearly under a microscope.
All the city's schools will be online by the end of the year.
The danger of radioactivity exists for many years after the bomb has been exploded.
A radio telescope allows us to see far into space, beyond the reach of optical instruments.
Yahoo is one of the best-known search engines on the internet.
How many planets are there in our solar system?
A local film crew is making a documentary about volcanoes.
Are you coming to the pub quiz at the Cock and Bull tonight?
The bread in his cupboard was so old, it had penicillin growing on it.
Tourists come to Edinburgh to see all its famous landmarks, such as the castle.
The punch sent his opponent rocking back on his heels.
Not everything in the universe is understood by scientists.
Pakistan have developed the capability to build a nuclear bomb.
Are you aware of my best-selling book on the subject, "Rain is Wet"?
Henry did some mould-breaking research on biological processes.
Galileo demonstrated that the sun did not go round the Earth, but vice versa.
Many later conclusions have been made possible by Einstein's theory of relativity.
There was a constant stream of visitors to the house.
Test scores vary from school to school.
His father's death gave him a whole new perspective on life.
He put a high-powered jet engine in an automobile so that it would go very fast.
Janet painstakingly assembled the pieces of the broken vase and put it back together.
The Crab Nebula is a galaxy far away from, but similar to, our own.
Small patches of dirt on the camera lens appeared as white spots on the photograph.
In mid 1939, Germany was on the brink of war with Britain.
Astronomical prices have made it impossible for many people to buy a house in London.
Scientists have made a major breakthrough in the treatment of cancer.
Tesco, the supermarket giant, is expanding its empire into the United States.
An account of the trial was published in the newspaper the next day.
The country carried out far-reaching reforms to modernise its economy.
A research laboratory in Cambridge has just announced a breakthrough in the treatment of certain cancers.
There's green mould on this meat – it isn't fit to eat.
The cheaper drugs are just as effective in treating arthritis.
Most people can't afford anything other than mass-produced furniture.
Despite all our efforts to save the school, the authorities decided to close it.
It was impossible to predict the outcome of the election.
My teacher was a shy, unassuming man who nevertheless came alive in the classroom.
It was alleged that the bank was involved in criminal activities.
Thousands of jobs had been lost in manufacturing.
The British Navy have sent three warships to the area to restore calm.
Science has been instrumental in improving the lives of millions.
He passes the ball with unerring accuracy.
We could hear the scream of artillery shells from the big guns behind us.
Nicotine is incredibly addictive.
Calculations have shown that our initial theory was incorrect.
He trained as a civil engineer, and spent his career designing and building bridges.
A physicist studies natural phenomena such as heat, light and sound.
The first televisions contained lots of tubes and valves.
Turn on all the lights, please – the switches are over there.
The accused had consumed more than 15 pints of bitter, my lord.
In the dim light of the early dawn, the hills appeared on the horizon.
Central heating is a programmable heating system used in homes and offices.
Pavlov's dog was the subject of one of his ground-breaking experiments on instinct.
The molecules of oxygen gas contain just two atoms.
Spies passed on secret information to the enemy.
Genetic defects can sometimes be the introduction of an altered gene.
The last piece of the jigsaw puzzle is missing – I can't complete it.
With this discovery, the last piece of the puzzle had fallen into place.
It used to be a complex and time-consuming process to make millions of calculations.
Computerised equipment has meant the loss of many jobs.
This mixture of chemicals can be highly dangerous and may explode.
Look up her number in the telephone directory.
Many types of cancer can now be cured.
The disease is hereditary, but usually skips a generation.
He's got a good, positive outlook on life.
We're still searching for a peace formula.
The Israeli–Egyptian peace process took a long time to conclude.
He vowed to achieve certain objectives before the end of his presidency.
The Torah is the basis for all Jewish laws and their moral code.
This operation involves a complex and costly procedure.
What are the consequences for the patient if anything goes wrong?
Astrology claims to be able to foretell the future by analysing the position of the stars.
Futurology involves scientific predictions about the future.
Dan reached the top of the hill and gazed out over the landscape below.
Edwards confessed to being a spy for the KGB.
Ask most people about fortune-telling and they picture gypsies looking into crystal balls.
Some people claimed to be able to tell your future by reading patterns in the tea-leaves.
Jen's magazine has horoscopes in it every week, and she reads them and believes every word.
Representatives from over 100 countries attended the International Peace Conference in Geneva.
We need to assess the impact on climate change.
I logged on, entered my password, and checked my e-mail.
Moira has been a very efficient secretary over the last 15 years.
Messages from the brain are carried by the central nervous system.
People are already talking in terms of computers that you will carry on your wrist.
Squirrels are storing up nuts for the winter.
Genetic engineering has the capability to correct birth defects in children and babies.
Nanotechnology would use minute robots that could be programmed to travel through our bodies.
Scientific breakthroughs will enable us to live longer and healthier lives.
Just looking at his skinny, insect-like fingers makes me shiver.
The lab will be linking together hundreds of computers across the world for this experiment.
Ultra-smart robots will one day be able to do most of the things that humans can, and more besides.
Seven species of hawk have been observed.
It's possible that we will have colonised the Moon by the late 21st century.
Brazil were beaten 2–1 by Scotland.
She was brought up in a tiny community in the Midwest before she moved to the big city.
The device will be activated by irregularities in the patient's heartbeat.
She's used up all the hot water – there's none left!
The country's mineral resources will have been used up by 2020.
Check the oil level in your car every week.
Tell us about the enormous volcanoes known to exist on Mars.
The high surface temperatures of Venus make it unsuitable for human colonisation.
The state police are investigating the incident.
Haven't you ever thought of getting married, settling down and having children?
The participants in tonight's discussion include the Prime Minister.
Only 12 people attended the meeting.
Each speaker will give a five-minute talk, and this will be followed by a panel discussion.
I attended a lecture on medieval art at the gallery last night.
Many alternative approaches to learning have been tried and have failed.
Sources in Parliament have stated that the Prime Minister will resign soon.
The reception will be held in the church hall after the wedding.
He was too far away to be able to identify faces.
By the end of the year I will have achieved my target of losing 50 pounds in weight.
Brian writes science fiction books for children and adults.
Data' was the name of the android on the Starship Enterprise in the Star Trek series.
They meet fairly often to play chess.
Mozart composed his first works when he was a young boy.
This photo looks quite different on screen to when you print it out.
Car ownership is a virtual necessity when you live in the country.
The police need to be briefed beforehand on how to deal with this sort of situation.
Aardman Animations are the creators of Wallace and Gromit.
The pianist played several classical pieces and then threw in a couple of jazz numbers.
He provokes the dog by teasing him and then tells him off when he starts barking.
This is a time for careful reflection on what has happened, rather than hasty action.
His only reason for investing in the company was to take it over.
Ed threw all his papers into the waste basket and then walked out of the office.
It took him ages to get his point across.
I gave most of my books away when I left college.
I think the accident was more to do with his tiredness than anything else.
Do you think £5 is going to make up for all the extra work I had to do? No way!
The original version of the film came out in 1938.
He could just make out a dark shape moving towards him.
I got a lot out of your lectures – they were always full of useful information.
Scorsese's new film was released in 2000 cinemas nationwide.
The long jail sentence doesn't compensate for the fact that my husband is no longer alive.
The murderer's lack of remorse led the judge to give him the maximum penalty.
The band have used visual effects and fireworks in their show since the beginning.
The film employs special effects to achieve things that actors couldn't physically do.
He may be prosecuted for revealing secrets about the security agency.
A team of astronauts is in training for the next mission into space.
Bears survive the winter by hibernation until the warmer weather returns.
They stopped him making any more calls by disconnecting his telephone line.
Emotions were running high as Argentina beat Brazil to reach the semi-finals.
There's an exhibition of black and white photographs by Diane Arbus next week.
We want to make this a truly memorable day for the children.
The Chicago Bears have left their mark on Superbowl XXIX, but they didn't win it.
Considering the internet was in its infancy only a few years ago, things have moved really fast.
Joan wants us to arrive early so that she can introduce everyone before we eat.
We prefer to be on our own so that we can walk at our own pace.
In case you were wondering, yes, that is a wig she's wearing.
Oliver got the numbers confused and dialled somebody else by mistake.
The choice of pieces reflects the gallery manager's love of unusual sculpture.
The book's theme is the conflict between love and duty.
Where are you going, all dressed up like that?
My nephew likes making models of spaceships and railway trains.
The ship carries a space probe that will land on the planet to take rock samples.
Refreshments will be available in the school dining hall for anyone who feels hungry.
Wilbur said that aliens from another planet had captured him and held him prisoner.
It's raining, which presumably means that your football match will be cancelled.
The ornament was an exact replica of the Taj Mahal.
There are so many control panels in a modern aircraft that it gets very confusing.
So as to keep everyone entertained, there will be a comedian and a rock band.
Microsoft are launching a new operating system this week.
The museum likes to make its children's exhibits as interactive and hands-on as possible.
If it's money you need for your new project, the sky's the limit!
This housing development is all about conserving energy and lowering costs.
The concert kicked off with one of the crowd's favourite numbers, 'Brown Sugar'.
Shall we have a break from working, and relax with a cup of tea?
The monsters in that film were very life-like – they scared me to death!
Linda bought a one-piece swimming costume for her holiday in Egypt.
A foggy day in November is not the best time to visit Glasgow.
The court of inquiry ruled that the crash was due to pilot error.
Why don't you and your wife come round and have a few drinks this evening?
I'll ask my husband to give you a ring and arrange it.
Katie almost spilled her milk when she tripped on the carpet.
The set is comprised of a milk jug, a sugar bowl and a teapot.
Heat the liquid in the test-tube to a temperature of 100 degrees Celsius.
The threat of nuclear war has lessened since the peace treaty was signed.
It is possible that humankind will one day colonise other planets.
There are some beautiful houses in the canyons north of the city.
The depression was caused by a meteorite that collided with the Earth millions of years ago.
How much did it cost to send a manned spacecraft to the moon?
Janet slipped on the stairs and twisted her ankle.
Regular exercise is good for the heart.
One of his kidneys has failed, and he needs a transplant.
Lucy had a bandage round her knee where she had cut it.
Her liver had suffered because of all the alcohol she had been drinking.
John filled his lungs with air and dived below the surface of the water.
Relax your stomach muscles, then stretch again.
The donkey was so thin and hungry that its ribs were showing through the skin.
She had thick black hair and smooth dark skin.
Calum was born with something wrong with his spine, and he can't stand straight.
He turned round and punched Carlos in the stomach.
She had a gold watch on her wrist.
The invention of a polio vaccine saved many lives.
The rules are intended to prevent accidents.
Aids is still a huge problem in the developing world, and causes many deaths.
Val has caught bronchitis, and has terrible fits of coughing.
A lot of cancers can now be treated successfully.
I was off work last week with sickness and diarrhoea – it must have been something I ate.
Helen has a touch of flu, so she's not coming in to work today.
Your grandad caught malaria when he worked in India in the 1920s.
Robin has lots of red spots all over his chest – do you think it's measles?
She was taken to hospital, suffering from pneumonia.
She had never been able to walk properly since contracting polio as a child.
That's quite a deep cut – you should get a tetanus jab.
Doctors thought that TB had been eradicated, but it has been appearing again in the last few years.
An estimated 2000 passengers were stranded at Heathrow because of the pilots' strike.
I think I must have picked up the infection when staying in that crummy hotel.
Fran has suffered from asthma since she was little.
This condition disables the mechanisms that the body uses to protect itself.
It was announced that ten people in Bangkok had contracted bird flu.
A cholera outbreak killed hundreds of people last year.
Over 500 people died during last year's flu epidemic.
Further education badly needs the infusion of more resources.
We were astonished to find the temple still in its original condition.
You'll be glad to know that your wife has given birth to a healthy baby boy.
There is now a long list of potentially fatal diseases that we know about.
There are a few flaws in your suggestion, but overall it seems well thought out.
An important moment in World War II was when the Enigma machine code was cracked.
He wrote the definitive study of Victorian railway stations.
There have been great advances in the treatment of cancer.
What you said was true. It was, nevertheless, a little unkind.
Her approach was a breath of fresh air after all the old ideas that were being suggested.
Jack will have to undergo months of therapy before he can walk again.
Your daughter needs a bone marrow transplant if she is going to survive.
The disease has stopped his body producing red blood cells.
He is still very ill, but there are signals that we can hope for a full recovery.
Children will learn to multiply and divide in the second year.
Immunology is the study of how the body's defences act against disease.
I can't unequivocally say that he will recover completely, but his chances are good.
His hand shook slightly as he inserted the key into the lock.
We need to draw a few millilitres of blood for testing.
He is not allowed solid food yet, only fluids.
This drug gives limited immunity against the disease.
There was a general atmosphere of pessimism after the euphoria of last year.
Patients were lying on trolleys in the corridors because there weren't enough beds.
In recent years, the movie industry has undergone a dramatic transformation.
The food should be kept in airtight containers to prevent it from going bad.
When water boils, bubbles rise to the surface.
Mr Jones was admitted to hospital last night with three broken ribs.
This species of plant is becoming increasingly rare.
Is this an inherited disease, or is it passed on by infection?
He suffers from a rare disorder of the liver.
My immune system is not as strong as it ought to be.
An ear infection can affect your balance.
This snake carries a deadly poison that could kill you in minutes if it bit you.
The nurse is coming to give you an injection for the pain.
The bridge over the river at Bristol is an engineering marvel.
She was always a sickly child, and spent a lot of time in hospital.
Women who smoke risk giving birth to underweight babies.
What are those strange red blotches on your back?
During the operation, complications arose, and the patient sadly died.
Tony wants an initial investment of £5000 to start up his new business.
Recent results must give some cause for optimism.
There is a major problem with parking in London.
The army played a leading role in organising the attempted coup.
The fact that the Queen opened the building underlined the importance of the new venture.
Laura is very mature for her age.
After weeks of study, the team finally deciphered the enemy's code.
The fuel tank has a capacity of 40 litres.
Despite a lot of research, there have not been many advances in the treatment of the common cold.
Make sure you lock the drugs cupboard every time after you have used it.
Stern's performance of the Bruch concerto was stunning.
Tall buildings can distort radio signals.
Gene-doping means that athletes' genes could be altered so that they could run faster.
There is an exhibition of contemporary Japanese prints at the gallery.
She was a gifted amateur skier, but not as good as today's professionals.
At least five world records have tumbled in the first day of the Olympic competition.
The pentathlon tests a range of track and field skills.
I bought this torch in a shop selling camping equipment.
Growth in sales has slowed down.
Some Tour de France riders have been accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs.
The team were cleared of all the doping offences of which they had been accused.
The firm was accused of dubious accounting practices.
Your threats don't scare me.
Medical research into cancer will one day provide a cure.
For the purposes of the story, let's assume that the USA has elected a black President.
You need stamina to be a long-distance runner.
Many forms of cancer can be cured if detected early.
Many supermarkets have been forced to stop selling genetically-modified foods.
Roy ran the Boston Marathon in under three hours.
The little girl was convinced that there were monsters living under her bed.
I'm 85, but I still feel young in spirit.
Chambers was banned from taking part in athletic competitions for two years.
Henry is the most skilful footballer in the Premier League.
They managed to leave the country before war had broken out.
The continent of Antarctica lies south of the Equator.
His date turned up late for the dance, wearing jeans and a T-shirt!
The bill was supported by a large majority in the Senate.
The final cost could be as much as one billion dollars.
Some of the neurons in the patient's brain are not functioning correctly.
The liver, heart, and other internal organs are all functioning normally.
The leaves were covered with a strange sticky substance.
Pain is communicated from the arm to nerve cells in the brain.
The man is in the hospital's intensive care unit.
The structure of the brain is extremely complex.
All living matter is based on carbon atoms.
The human body consists largely of water.
Electrical impulses are sent from all parts of the body to the brain for processing.
Neuroscientists can foresee the day when surgery will be aided by tiny robots in the body.
Are you related to the Doctor Thompson who works in Oncology?
The computer interprets signals from the keyboard and turns them into actions on screen.
The students are all highly motivated to learn about the subject.
Teaching can be a very rewarding career.
I'm too busy to go out tonight, I have lots of revision to do for my exam tomorrow.
You need to prioritise your social life and your studies.
My priorities right now are to get a degree and a good job.
The financial rewards of a good job in the City are substantial.
Camping holidays with my parents got to be less fun when I reached sixteen.
Sally wants to start going to the gym so she can get fit.
Was my name mentioned at all?
The match had to be postponed until next week.
The match has been put off until tomorrow because of bad weather.
It's time we got down to work.
I got a lot out of your lectures – they were always full of useful information.
I want to go over my essay once more to ensure there are no spelling mistakes.
One way of finding out what he wants is just to ask him.
UN negotiators have worked out a set of compromise proposals.
This is the address. Do you want to write it down?
Why did you have to bring up the subject of money?
I went through your proposal, and I must say I think it's excellent.
One of the teachers came up and started talking to me.
With a lot of hard work, you'll get through your exams and go to college.
The old system was fairly complicated, whereas the new system is really very simple.
Cloning first came to the public's attention with Dolly the sheep.
Many people find slugs repulsive.
Your husband needs heart transplant surgery.
The gun-control debate in the US will go on for ever.
It was very cold, which seemed unnatural for late spring.
The vet took a tissue sample to see whether there was any evidence of cancer.
Our old car is badly in need of replacement.
Most people are ethically opposed to the idea of human clones.
The kidney transplant service urgently needs more donors.
The new software is IBM compatible.
The charity raises money to support the conservation of endangered animal species.
The long-term future of the fishing industry is at stake in these talks.
James was eliminated in the heats, and did not go forward to the final.
There are strict rules regulating the use of chemicals in food.
The jury was shown convincing evidence of his guilt.
Jonathan Ross is a well-paid TV chat show host.
In this game show, the winner is the person who can answer most questions correctly.
The team is radically changed from the one that played Manchester United last week.
He was one of those men who manipulated people into doing what he wanted.
Our MP voted in favour of the government's proposal to abolish the tax.
I will approve your plan, but with reservations; I want to see more financial detail.
I will not in any circumstances approve that idea.
It seems quite absurd to expect anyone to drive for 3 hours just for a 20 minute meeting.
From the word go, you have been against any suggestions I might make.
She doesn't care two hoots about his feelings.
I bet the next person to come round that corner is a woman.
If it's Jimmy's idea, I wouldn't touch it with a bargepole!
Ken lives in this remote village somewhere in Africa that's totally off the map.
I want to be a professional footballer.' 'Come off it, John, you can't even kick the ball straight!'
Let's face it, Harry, you never really worked very hard at your exams, did you?
For starters, you need a new suit; then a decent haircut; and then you'll be ready for the interview.
I reckon Leeds will be back in the Premiership within two seasons.
Fertility drugs sometimes cause mothers to have multiple births.
Many young fashion models look so thin, you think they must suffer from eating disorders.
We can eradicate this disease from the world.
Tim had a battle to get the tax he had paid back from the Inland Revenue.
Last year Morris was ranked 47th in the world; this year he's gone up to 23rd.
Contracts have been exchanged, and the work is due to start at the beginning of November.
We should have the test results back within 24 hours.
I'm sorry, I didn't know your son had been diagnosed with MS.
Yuri shows great determination to learn English.
The country has undergone massive changes recently.
The little kids have inflatable wristbands to help them stay afloat.
The original diagnosis was incorrect – there's actually nothing wrong with you.
Jill's hair fell out when she had chemotherapy treatment for her cancer.
The material was laid out flat to dry on special frames called 'tenters'.
I had a really bad headache, and couldn't go to work.
Crops have failed over the last two years, and the people are starving.
I just can't resist chocolate.
Consumer groups are demanding greater consistency in the labelling of food products.
Vegetarians sometimes need to take vitamin supplements to replace things missing from their diet.
We have bred chocolate labradors for twenty years at this farm.
The company offers a range of services including TV, telephone and broadband.
Both the lightbulbs in the living room have gone out, leaving us in the dark.
A cholera outbreak killed hundreds of people last year.
Do you think the British police should carry guns, or not?
The car slid sideways, its rear wheels spinning.
If its living conditions had not changed, the animal would not have evolved in the way it has.
They took the lift down to the lobby of the hotel.
At first, none of the rockets fired into space had anyone on them.
Attempts to program computers to produce and understand speech are continuing.
The software already exists that will allow you to give voice commands to your computer.
The planet's atmosphere is full of methane, so it is unsuitable for human life.
Ben cut himself on a glass, and had to have six stitches in his hand.
I picked up a bug last weekend, and felt really ill for days.
Debate continues on the reason why the dinosaurs died out.
I can't say for definite who did it, but I certainly have my suspicions.
Larry works as a software engineer for IBM.
Scientists are studying the electrical impulses coming from space.
You must put on sun screen if you go out in the sun in the tropics.
The nerves in his arm took some time to recover after the accident.
He suffered a broken jaw and two cracked ribs in the fight.
Nelson was badly wounded at the battle of Trafalgar.
A third round of peace talks will be held next month.
She was found alive but unconscious.
We paid in advance for our tickets, and saved 10 per cent on the price.
The lorry's brakes failed, and it crashed into a low wall and two parked cars.
The American Declaration of Independence was signed in this room.
The gold rush occurred when gold was first discovered in the mountains of California.
It's a famous photograph of a soldier being shot in the Spanish civil war.
The trans-continental railroad was built with the help of thousands of Chinese labourers.
You can now check your e-mail while travelling on a railway train at 125 miles per hour!
He looked lost and defeated when they rejected his plan.
Native Americans were forced to live in camps in small areas of the country.
General Custer's forces were massacred by the Sioux.
This old man used to sell illegal alcohol in Chicago during Prohibition.
The collapse of the Soviet Union was caused by a number of factors.
Trading on the stock exchange has been exceptionally slow today.
The government refuses to negotiate with terrorists.
He threw a stick into the river and the dog went after it with a flying leap.
People here like their freedom and privacy.
His great-grandfather was a slave in the American south.
Her doctor has assured us that she'll be fine.
The prisoners have outrun their pursuers and escaped.
Painting helps fill a spiritual need for beauty.
One of the missiles fired at the ship scored a direct hit on the bow.
He described the government's economic policy as misguided.
The view from my bedroom window was absolutely breathtaking.
The flower market was bustling with shoppers.
The author describes the very real historical and cultural differences between our two societies.
The USA has often been referred to as 'the melting-pot of civilisation'.
'The meal was absolutely delicious,' she said politely.
Computers have brought dramatic changes to the workplace.
The best part of the trip was the fantastic scenery.
A tall, elegant young woman strode confidently over to our table.
The architecture of Venice is one of its chief attractions to tourists.
The zoo contains many rare and exotic birds from all over the world.
It's a TV programme about the restoration of historic buildings.
We'll give you good advice on how to reach your ideal weight.
Tourism is damaging the flora and fauna of the island.
Darwin described the fauna of the island in great detail.
The hotel is only a five-minute walk from both the beach and the nightlife.
Snow-capped mountains surround this hotel high in the Alps.
The teeming streets of Calcutta are quite a shock for tourists.
Zak and his girlfriend backpacked around Asia for three months.
All the beds are taken, but you can have either the sofa or the camp bed in the back room.
The swan had been injured by fishing hooks and line left behind by careless anglers.
Put up your mosquito net or you'll be eaten alive in the middle of the night!
There has been an alarming increase in violent crime in the city.
We'd been a little apprehensive about their visit, but it was fine.
He was wrong, and courageous enough to admit it.
Vinnie looked daunted by the scale of the task in front of him.
You look absolutely exhausted.' 'I am, I've been up all night.'
He sobbed as he recalled the painful memory.
Jo has a promising career in law if she studies hard and passes her bar exams.
The novel is set in the turbulent times of the French Revolution.
Paul works as a biochemist in the Pfizer labs in Basel.
The settlers packed up their belongings and set out on their journey to the west coast.
They never saw their native land again.
For ten years he had been her constant companion.
The new cancer drug is a revolutionary breakthrough.
Richard Burton was an icon for stage and film actors everywhere.
At the end of the book there is an extract from the author's next novel.
Motorbikes aren't dangerous, it's the people who ride them.
I saw Simon shortly before his departure for Russia.
Stuart gave an embarrassed cough.
Most computer users don't receive any keyboard training. Consequently, their skills are poor.
It was a blazing August afternoon, and all I wanted to do was sleep.
The sand dunes are constantly shifting and changing shape in the wind.
Let's go for a bike ride.
Most magazines in the UK are distributed by W H Smith.
The dogs were bounding across the beach and into the water as soon as they got out of the car.
He talked constantly about his work, and I couldn't get a word in.
The boy crashed his bike into the wall and was sent spinning over the handlebars.
Concrete is made from a mixture of sand and cement, water and small stones.
She knew with absolute certainty that he'd say no.
I broke the vase during an argument with my husband.
The explorers planted their flag and claimed the land for France.
Napoleon's military victories have been the subject of many books.
When the car shot over the edge of the cliff it was still accelerating.
The team will be anxious to make up for a disappointing start to the season.
We cannot afford to waste precious time.
The car came round the bend at a terrifying speed.
41 people were killed in the plane crash.
The pilot emerged from the damaged plane in a state of shock.
He escaped unscathed from the accident – not a scratch on him.
The driver of the lorry was trapped in his cab for three hours.
Flames from the burning car had scorched the side of the van.
The care has a large, powerful eight-cylinder engine.
It's a disagreeable job, cleaning up after motorway accidents.
I bought a model of the Eiffel Tower as a souvenir of Paris.
A nurse cleaned and bandaged the wound.
One of her injuries wouldn't heal, no matter what the doctors tried.
We were caught in a downpour after the game, and got thoroughly soaked.
The travellers sought shelter from the storm in an inn along the way.
Uncle Bob emigrated to New Zealand, and he now runs a sheep ranch on South Island.
The road leading to the farm was little more than a dirt track.
He owes me a large sum of money.
We sent up clouds of dust from the unsealed roads as we drove along.
Traffic was making snail-like progress towards the city centre.
The inhabitants have constructed temporary dwellings from whatever bits and pieces they could find.
The look of joy on her face was a reward in itself.
Hitchhiking is used much less nowadays as a way of travelling in Britain.
The city had scarcely changed in 20 years.
We've been separated for six months.
As soon as you reach the city limits, you're in open countryside.
Trucks are banned from the Swiss motorways at weekends.
Thousands of years ago the land was barren desert.
Their house is halfway up a beautiful hillside in the west of Provence.
She was very old and barely able to walk.
Lefkas has an abundance of lush green vegetation.
A large, placid dog was sitting on the grass wagging its tail at me.
It's very fashionable to use terracotta tiles on your kitchen floor.
The trip seemed rather daunting for a young girl.
The prospect of another week of political turmoil fills me with glee!
Prisoners were sometimes tortured by hanging them up by their thumbs.
General Norman took command today of the British troops in Northern Ireland.
Can you give me a lift to the post office when you go into town?
My request was answered by an affirmative nod of his head.
The woman showed her recognition with a nod of the head.
Tears of gratitude filled her eyes.
The lectures are free of charge to anyone who wants to come along.
People often feel a sense of frustration that they are not being promoted quickly enough.
He was standing by the side of the road, trying to hitch a lift to Southampton.
Women can play a decisive role in the debate over cloning.
She was a woman who hated to admit defeat.
What course of action are you going to take over this breach of discipline?
She made her name by rowing across the Atlantic single-handed.
The shipwrecked crew tried to make a raft by lashing some tree trunks together.
If you plug this into the wall, the smell will keep the mosquitoes away.
Winning the championship is a great personal triumph.
Kim was hugely relieved to see that her brother was unharmed.
We began the arduous task of loading all the boxes into the van.
The task of the union representative is to fight on behalf of the members.
These birds make their nests in holes in the river bank.
They had to drop the experiment in midstream.
A look of desperation crossed his face as he went under the water again.
The boat drifted for miles before they saw any sign of land.
It's at least 20 kilometres from here to the river.
He died peacefully in his sleep at the age of 96.
The boats set off at dawn to make the most of the daylight hours.
She's clinging to the hope that they will soon be rescued.
Inexperienced pilots crashed two aircraft in a week.
Ewan is attempting to cross Australia on a motorbike.
I'll set off early to avoid the traffic.
Mail-order catalogues are a convenient way to shop.
Their eyes met across a crowded room, and from then on they were never apart.
He was a hard-working, honest man.
What the company has done is perfectly legal.
The army has remained loyal to the government.
His parents give him everything he wants, so he's spoilt and immature.
Thousands of geese migrating for the winter stop at this lake for a rest.
Like most of my generation, I had never known a war.
We were able to drink clear, cool water from the mountain streams.
Turtles lay their eggs high up on the beach in the middle of the night.
These bushes are very attractive to butterflies in the summer.
Only 12 of the 140 passengers survived.
These creatures survive the winter by semi-hibernating, only coming out occasionally for food.
You can hear the beating of millions of wings as the bats come home to roost.
When children start smoking, they don't realise that they're risking their health.
Research indicates that over 81% of teachers are dissatisfied with their salary.
Some mushrooms are extremely poisonous.
The story is that Santa Claus rides in a sleigh pulled by reindeer.
The Japanese have recently started hunting whales again.
Whales eat huge quantities of plankton every day.
As our climate warms up, the polar ice caps will begin to melt.
This lake never completely freezes over, as it's too deep in the middle.
Britain is fortunate to have a temperate climate, so it seldom gets extremes of heat or cold.
The tropical rainforests are being destroyed by industry and climate change.
The tropical zones of the Earth are getting wider as the climate hots up.
Pi survived by capturing and eating turtles when they came up to the lifeboat.
Eagles breed during the cooler months of the year.
Ecologists are worried about the survival of many species of animal and plant.
Dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years.
The men have gone out hunting for wild boar.
It's no use complaining about the buses, it doesn't make them come any quicker.
Is there anything you want to do this weekend?' 'What about going to the seaside?'
There's no point in blaming yourself – you had nothing to do with the accident.
I can't stand people who talk about themselves for hours on end.
It's probably worth asking at the garage whether anyone remembers seeing him.
I'm looking forward to getting home and sinking into a nice hot bath.
As soon as he said it, he regretted his remarks.
Darren has decided to give up football at the end of this season.
I'm going to make an effort to get up early this week and get in to work before 8 o'clock.
My dad remembers taking jam jars back to the corner shop and getting money for them.
Talks between the two rival groups have broken down.
Would you like a cake or a biscuit?' 'Either, I don't mind.'
The film showed herds of wildebeest roaming across the Serengeti plain.
Alan is going on a trekking holiday in the Himalayas this year.
Dead leaves floated on the surface of the water.
She dived into the swimming pool and swam to the other end.
The dog wagged its tail when its owner came out of the shop.
Yvonne was overwhelmed at the sight of the thousands of people in the square.
Jill gradually became aware of an awful smell.
Some animals are capable of adjusting to a variety of climates.
The new job involves a fair amount of travel.
My journey to China took me through Russia and India, among other countries.
Did you enjoy your trip to Disneyland?
Can I go on the school outing to see 'Cats'? It will cost £25.
Hotel, flights and accommodation are included in the price of the package tour, but not food.
Included in the tour is an excursion to the Grand Canyon.
A Mediterranean cruise is my idea of a truly boring holiday.
The sea voyage from the UK to America used to take weeks.
The American rail system caters mainly for freight and not passengers.
Daylight lasts for 24 hours at certain times of the year.
The bag is divided into separate compartments.
From your seat in the observation dome you will get a fantastic view of the Canadian mountain scenery.
The fare includes hotel accommodation and meals for seven days and nights.
He immediately booked a flight to Toulouse.
Get some holiday brochures and we'll decide where we're going this year.
For more information on weight loss and healthy eating, visit our website.
The trainees start next week, and one will be allocated to each experienced sales person.
Neither the driver nor the passengers were hurt.
Sorry for the delay, Mr Weaver. We won't keep you waiting much longer.
Don't forget to fill in the form that tells us where you are staying.
I can't understand half of the questions on this form.
John decided to go off on his own, leaving the others behind.
She went to Paris on her own, and had a brilliant time.
It's best to keep to the paths because the cliffs are very steep.
We can stop off and see you on our way back from Brighton.
You're welcome to stay over for a few days if you have the time.
We must get in touch with John and Mary to find out when they're coming.
I'll pick you up from the airport when your flight arrives.
It took six years for the law to catch up with them.
Louise worked as a tour guide for American students in Europe on educational courses.
The Council has set out a timetable for returning to civilian rule.
They call it an orbital road because it goes all the way round the city.
Peter has made reservations at an Indian restaurant for Tuesday evening at 7.
She swam and sunbathed, went sightseeing and relaxed.
From the 1980s onwards the industry was in sharp decline.
Have you booked a holiday this year?
In mathematical terms, describe the Moon's orbit around the Earth.
Eric couldn't find an off-the-peg suit to fit him, so he bought a made-to-measure one instead.
Dad, how do you go to the bathroom in a space suit?
The astronauts trained for the trip in zero-gravity conditions.
Tickets are available from the box office.
We will keep your tickets for you, provided that you collect them at least 30 minutes before the performance.
I'm sorry, I'm too ill to come in to work.' 'That's OK, it can't be helped. Get well soon.'
The Sunday papers are full of advertisements for cars.
As long as you bring the money in tomorrow, we'll keep your place for you.
At school, Julie got several prizes for her essays.
On the course we received training in every aspect of the job.
Check your baggage in at the airline's ticket desk.
The company provides its employees with free health insurance and a car.
A good salary can be guaranteed if you work hard and sell lots of products.
If possible, I'd like to go home an hour early on Thursday.
Duncan has reserved a table at Chez Louis for Tuesday evening at 7.
The cost is £1000, except if you want an outside cabin, in which case it's £1200.
Maurice asked me whether I needed any help.
We'll have to be up early in the morning because the balloon flight is at 6 am.
There was an accident in the nuclear submarine.
Each room has an en suite bathroom and a balcony.
Uncle Nick's latest hobby is ballooning.
Chloe went deep-sea diving on her holiday in Australia.
The fog was so dense all I could do was follow the tail lights of the car in front.
Jack still had the scars on his knees from when he fell off his bike.
We didn't see anyone all day, apart from a couple of kids on the beach.
Contrary to popular belief, Elvis Presley is dead!
Some people still deny that humans are responsible for global climate change.
Man alone is responsible for the deforestation of the tropics.
Timber companies are responsible for the destruction of the rainforest.
The Arctic is the polar bear's natural habitat.
The film industry thrives on the sexual exploitation of women.
A severe outbreak of potato blight in the 1840s caused the great Irish potato famine.
The heavy rain has led to serious flooding in some areas.
In order to stop global warming, we have to cut down on carbon emissions.
Most scientists agree that the 'greenhouse effect' is having an adverse effect on the Earth.
Most of the refugees were suffering from malnutrition.
Efforts to reduce overpopulation have proved fruitless.
Millions of elderly people live in poverty.
Teachers are overworked and underpaid.
Foreign aid from many countries poured into the famine area.
The interview panel agreed that the first candidate seemed the type to fold under pressure.
One of his fingers was cut off in the accident.
The weather forecast was for more rain and the possibility of floods.
It felt as if we were on the brink of disaster.
The Giant Panda is in danger of extinction.
The avalanche swept down the mountainside .
The cyclone ripped the roof off the houses.
During the drought we had to use standpipes.
Most of the houses in the village were destroyed by the earthquake.
We were on holiday in Florida when the hurricane struck.
If the slope is steep enough, landslides can reach up to 200 miles an hour.
The magma from the volcanic eruptions flowed down the mountainside.
In the last decade, windstorms have become more common.
I promised to be with her the next day come hell or high water.
Most people are unaware of the environmental damage caused by the chemical industry.
The official crime statistics are not always accurate.
Workers were living in tents and shanties.
The political situation is still very unstable.
The rate of evaporation was higher than I'd anticipated, and we soon ran out of water.
We went skiing at Christmas and I couldn't wait to get on the slopes!
Her illness got progressively worse.
Heavy rain meant the pitch was waterlogged.
I was going downhill and my brakes failed.
The name of the cheese is Dolcelatte, literally meaning 'sweet milk'.
The road became rocky and steep.
How fast will the car accelerate?' I asked the salesman.
Liz is the Chairperson of the National Federation of Women's Institutes.
All her belongings had been washed away in the flood.
She had a disastrous first marriage and vowed never to marry again.
The death of her mother has affected her deeply.
There was armed conflict in the area, and the UN sent in a peace-keeping corps.
Virtually all the children come to school by bus.
The eruption completely wiped out the nearest town.
The earthquake rocked the buildings to their foundations.
They were still rebuilding their houses when the second hurricane hit the island.
Jake turned on his computer and checked his mail.
India has a population of more than one billion.
We've seen enormous growth in the number of businesses using the web.
Sally went to agricultural college to study farming methods.
An unemployed actor is said to 'resting' whilst out of work.
The children in the village were severely undernourished.
They want to set up their own import–export business.
The company were accused of hiring unqualified workmen, which resulted in substandard housing.
The shareholders accused the Board of mismanagement, and said they should all be replaced.
The earth is getting warmer, and will continue to do so unless we cut down on carbon emissions.
She applied for a job with a multinational media corporation.
As a result of their hasty marriage, they are finding they have nothing in common.
Fiercer winds were forecast for the next day.
They refused to surrender to the enemy.
Merrill dumped her suitcase down in the hall.
The rock fall swept the climber down the mountainside.
She fell and twisted her ankle, and gazed with increasing disbelief at the number of people who just passed her by.
I was shaking with fury.
Several of her friends visited her in hospital, for instance Ellie, Sadie, William and Jack.
Young people today are under intense pressure to succeed.
At summer camp there are lots of games for active youngsters.
Violence erupted after police shot a student during the demonstration.
As soon as he came within reach, I grabbed him.
The tsunami took a heavy toll of human life.
What's the betting Dan's involved in this somewhere?
The cyclist put a patch on the puncture and pumped up the tyre.
The house had been unused for some time, and all the furniture was covered in dust.
With the closing of the pipeline, oil prices soared into the stratosphere.
When their team were relegated from the Premier League, a few supporters cancelled their season tickets.
He plunged into the pool and swam to the other end underwater.
The scientist studied the geological formations of the cliffs.
She married a prosperous landowner who had millions in the bank.
The rise in crime is mainly due to social and economic factors.
I'd had a bad day at work and then, on top of all that, my car broke down!
The recession is again raising the spectre of unemployment.
The bank employed a notorious computer hacker to safeguard its software.
She stood on the hill, surveying the landscape.
The victim received head injuries from which she died a week later.
The garden will be overgrown with weeds by the time we get back.
Sorry I'm late. I overslept.
Beth's quiet voice helped to defuse the situation.
The survivors hadn't had enough water to drink and were suffering from dehydration.
We could see a boat drifting downstream.
Police often downgrade the seriousness of violence against women in the home.
The vegetables were undercooked, so I complained to the waiter.
I'm replacing Sue on the team while she has a short break.
She rewound the grandfather clock when it stopped.
Violent crimes against the elderly are fortunately very uncommon.
He walked in a semi-circle and then stopped.
We always buy Dad multi-purpose gadgets as he loves reading the instructions and trying them all out!
There was a mix of ethnic minorities in the area, and the school was multi-racial.
Rachel, you must have misunderstood her! Ellie would never say something like that.
Oh dear, I seem to have misplaced the letter. Do you know where it is?
Leeds were knocked out of the FA Cup.
The construction of a new airport was needed, but there was disagreement about where it should be built.
The rules are intended to prevent accidents.
Tea and biscuits will be provided.
The USA produces 24% of the world's CO2 emissions.
The ship weighed 20,000 tonnes.
Before release, the sea lions are fitted with electronic tracking devices.
The 'greenhouse' effect is caused by carbon-based gases.
A mixture of gases were used as fuel for heating.
The coal industry in Great Britain has all but disappeared.
The harmful effects of smoking have to be indicated on all cigarette packets.
Electricity can be produced industrially by wind turbines.
The UN headquarters building is in New York.
During the pay dispute, union representatives negotiated on behalf of the workforce.
The doctor told him that reducing his weight would be a good idea.
Mum started turning off the central heating more often to cut down on energy use.
They have declared their intention to increase taxes.
There has been a decline in the size of families.
The polluter should pay for the cost of the clean-up.
The company had not met its target for the year so no bonuses were paid.
He denied the charge of being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle.
Some people think that global warming is part of a natural weather cycle.
The minister had to attend an intergovernmental conference.
They announced their engagement at her birthday party.
It's impossible for me to give you a definite answer.
Six ministers were hauled before the Chief Whip for disorderly conduct.
She went with him reluctantly, but she would rather have stayed.
When asked directly if he had broken the window, the boy admitted he had.
In the long term, permanent accommodation is the best solution.
Sign here, please.
After much arguing, they eventually came to a mutual agreement
Economic growth is slow, but will pick up later in the year.
The police officer produced a graph showing the link between drug use and crime.
There is no doubt that Bohr's influence was immense.
The aircraft pilots claimed to have seen a UFO while flying over the Pacific.
This year, exports exceeded imports.
The government has yet to solve the problems of nuclear waste disposal.
I suggested that she accompany me on my walk.
The Liberal Democrats opposed the motion.
The Head received so many adverse reports about the girl that he had no option but to suspend her.
What was Jeff's reaction when you told him about the job?
A number of serious accusations have been made against her.
'I wouldn't be afraid,' she boasted.
He was forbidden to leave the house, as a punishment.
'Why are you doing that?' the boy inquired.
Postal workers are threatening a strike if they don't receive a pay increase.
The UN threatened to cut credit lines to countries which didn't reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
He broke down the locked door and escaped.
According to the police, his attackers beat him with a blunt instrument.
She needed someone to advise her.
Analysts believe that worries about the economy are overdone.
He was accused of murder.
She begged and pleaded with them until they finally agreed.
Residents are complaining because traffic in the area has increased.
She asked him to leave, but he refused.
The percentage of school leavers that go to university is about five per cent.
The age of the candidates ranged from 29 to 49, with an average age of 37.
People on a high income should pay more tax.
In 1998 Denmark had the highest average income per capita (per person).
The GNP of some third world countries is abysmally low.
I've been setting aside a few pounds each week..
The bank charges interest at 14 percent.
I'll pay you back on Friday.
The interest rate on this loan is 7 per cent.
The government passed new laws to prevent sexual discrimination.
Leo emigrated to Australia because there were more job opportunities for him there.
The soil here is very poor.
There has been a sharp decline in manufacturing industry in Great Britain.
Washington DC is the capital of the United States.
The school was in desperate need of funds for new books.
The new adult literacy campaign was a huge success.
Overcrowding and poor sanitation are common problems in prisons.
It's a six-month lease, but it's renewable.
We drove down to Cornwall to see a solar eclipse of the sun.
There are plans to build large hydro-electric power stations in the area.
On average, I walk about five miles a day.
It was an illiterate letter, full of mistakes.
The planned to launch the book on a big scale, with a huge advertising campaign.
He started as a teenager, with no qualifications, and built up a multi-million-pound empire.
The tsunami caught the authorities completely unawares.
The police have issued a new appeal for information.
The hurricane claimed thousands of lives.
The earthquakes left such scenes of devastation that grown men cried.
The survivors were finally rescued after 20 days at sea.
The speech therapists wanted an increase in their salaries.
The tax inspector said that some of the expenses I had claimed were invalid.
She is studying for a postgraduate degree.
I couldn't find my birth certificate anywhere!
Being given first aid at the scene of the accident probably saved his life.
The Normandy landings were a relief operation to rescue soldiers trapped between the enemy and the sea.
She had specialised knowledge of the subject and was often called upon to give expert testimony.
The skills needed to deal with customers are many and varied.
When the woman fell over, Seth rushed to assist her.
I needed someone to back me up or they would never believe me.
The tablets were supposed to bring relief to the most painful of headaches.
I could see she had been cornered by the biggest bore at the party, and decided to come to her rescue.
I have always wanted to do charity work but never had the time.
She works for an electronics firm in Swindon.
He was a doctor by profession.
I applied for the post and was asked to attend an interview.
He works for a large American corporation.
She was offered employment in the sales office.
Please state your name, address and occupation.
Sylvia Plath was a famous poet.
Jackie helps out at a charity shop in her spare time.
Business letters do not have to be impersonal and formal.
That affair was never going to work because they led completely different lifestyles.
I've got some sticky stuff on my shoe.
What's ridiculous about this whole thing, is how seriously everyone is taking it!
When the central heating boiler broke down, we had no hot water.
These weapons were made by people living in the Stone Age.
It's a pity that he didn't accept the job – I think he would have been good at it.
The recent rise in crime is a matter of considerable public concern.
Sarah was absolutely indifferent to him, and it hurt.
Dad wants to buy a sports car – we think he's going through a mid-life crisis!
Beth is lonesome without the children.
The male is usually bigger and more brightly coloured than the female.
David Beckham is a famous sporting celebrity.
To me, that perfume is always associated with Kate – she never wore anything else.
I've seen photos of the giant tortoises of the Galapagos, and one day I hope to visit the islands myself.
We want a clean, healthy environment for all humanity.
As we sailed around, we came upon an uninhabited island.
Paint for the project was supplied by the city.
The goats introduced by the early settlers destroyed the ecological balance of the islands.
Fishing is the main livelihood of many people in the area.
Tankers are used to carry oil from one country to another.
The tanker ran aground on the archipelago.
The tanker was thought to have leaked about a million litres of oil.
It was feared that the missing passenger had fallen overboard.
The scientists had a unique opportunity to study these rare creatures.
We hired a boat and sailed round the archipelago, visiting each island in turn.
Although it was a nasty accident, the surgeon expected him to make a full recovery.
Scientists know that this animal is the last surviving member of the sub-species.
The women lived in the harem, guarded by a eunuch.
The train destinations were displayed on a board above our heads.
He was mugged as he walked along the street.
We stood in a queue for half an hour.
We had a marvellous holiday in Sardinia.
'No!' she exclaimed in shock.
My uncle was bitten by a scorpion when he was in the desert.
We had dinner in the dining car on the train back.
The level of unemployment is rising.
The crime figures are falling at a steady rate.
The government are planning further cuts in public spending.
World War II ended in 1945.
Remind me to get some milk on the way home.
The meeting will be open to the general public.
Doctors expect him to make a full recovery.
The burglars had got in through the back door.
The helicopter picked up the survivors and flew them to safety.
Because there weren't enough lifeboats, only ten people survived the shipwreck.
There are only a limited number of tickets available.
AIDS is transmitted from one infected person to another by the act of having sex.
Third world countries need more aid from the West.
The owner said the factory would have to close down.
Installing double glazing will cut down the noise from traffic.
The logging company had cut down most of the forest.
It was a story with believable characters in it.
We have similar tastes in music.
The outline of the mountains was clearly visible.
I just don't trust him.
The present was beautifully wrapped in gold paper.
The car ran out of petrol before we reached home.
He asked the bank manager for a business loan of £60,000.
I hadn't realised until I got there that it was a fancy dress party!
The company is ready to meet the challenges of the next few years.
Homelessness is a scar on the face of a democratic society.
Homeworkers can easily be exploited by employers.
Under federal law, it is illegal to discriminate against minorities and women.
America is the home of jazz.
Louis Armstrong first played the cornet before moving onto the trumpet.
There's some excellent songwriting on this album.
Her book is a bestseller and is being adapted for the cinema.
She wouldn't lend him any more money, as he still owed her £50.
They had a debate about social issues, such as unemployment and education
The police arrested her for begging in the street.
The victims of domestic violence are usually women and children.
We had a classroom discussion about why people take drugs.
There are inequalities in wealth distribution.
The government has promised to continue the fight against racism.
The police figures show that vandalism is on the increase.
We moved here because there was very little crime.
Most households try to recycle their rubbish.
According to actuaries, the life expectancy of women is longer than that of men.
She works full-time and has two kids.
The government is trying to encourage more students into further education.
The 1920s, in my opinion, were the golden age of women's fashion.
The industrial revolution began in Manchester in 1760.
Rome was the imperial capital of the Roman Empire.
Modern western societies are usually democracies.
Emma studies philosophy at university.
Bad weather is hampering the search for survivors.
Steve is studying medicine, and wants to become a doctor.
The historian was overjoyed when he was granted permission to view the family archives.
The student took a systematic approach to solving the problem.
The film adaptations of their plays don't please most playwrights.
Patsy was celebrating last night after giving birth to twins.
The great traditions of ancient Greek drama are still alive and well.
He took to western culture like a duck to water.
Klein handled the situation in a masterful way.
She has suffered many tragedies during her life.
I usually like comedies, but this film didn't raise many laughs from the audience.
Chloe brought back a small sculpture of an elephant from her holiday in India.
When I moved the plants to a different part of the garden, they positively flourished!
When the headmaster was ill, his duties were undertaken by his deputy.
The play in the park was fantastic, culminating in a stupendous firework display.
The opera singer gave a magnificent performance of Aida.
He worshipped at temple every day.
The city state of Athens was the greatest trading centre in the Mediterranean.
At one time, the sun never set on the British Empire.
The campers had a plentiful supply of food.
Molly leads a life of leisure.
There has been a marked increase in trade between East and West.
The Italians conducted trade with the rest of Europe from their beautiful Venetian houses.
She was drawn to acting like a moth to a flame.
The region has become a magnet for small businesses.
The work she does is absolutely vital.
It was a smooth transition from full-time work to full retirement.
She has a very conservative attitude to education.
They are an old, aristocratic family who have fallen on hard times.
Ella dislikes urban life and would like to live in the countryside.
Our top priorities must be profit and commercial growth.
All the citizens of Athens were equal by law.
Both candidates received an equal number of votes.
By law, I'm not allowed to park on double yellow lines.
The people were celebrating a return to democracy after 16 years of military rule.
Many religious people have strongly-held beliefs.
Harry has always been fascinated by the ancient civilisations of Asia.
The Greeks had many myths about their gods and heroes.
I can understand the rationality of your argument but think the premise is flawed.
There appears to be a frenzy of religious feeling sweeping through the land.
The artist was seized by a bout of creativity and didn't leave his studio for six days.
She rocked the cradle to quieten the child.
The Renaissance spawned outstanding painters and sculptors such as Botticelli, Donatello and Michelangelo.
Kevin was an outstanding athlete.
Michelangelo is one of the most famous sculptors to have lived.
When we visited St Paul's Cathedral, we went up to the 'whispering gallery'.
The dome was covered in gold leaf.
The cathedral was an architectural masterpiece.
We marvelled at the splendour of the scenery.
She was an extremely gifted poet.
He used the international banking system to move his money around.
Accounting is one of the most boring professions you can get into.
There are many changes under way, and the company is presently in a state of flux.
A wide base will make the structure much more stable.
These spices were first brought to Italy from the East in medieval times.
The Florentines of the 15th century were a dynamic and ambitious people.
Today, there is greater social mobility than ever before.
The silk merchants set up their own guild.
The bankers awarded themselves a 50% pay rise.
The country's wealth comes from its oil.
The food at the new restaurant was superb.
The museum was full of paintings and many other works of art.
The 19th century saw a flowering of science and technology.
He has read many of the major works of literature.
Everyone's attention was centred on the speaker.
His only recreations are drinking beer and watching football.
His insatiable appetite for power led to his downfall.
Production is still increasing faster than demand.
When the teacher left the room there was a sudden burst of activity among the students.
The exhibition took place in the Town Hall.
The disease was spreading more rapidly than expected.
The council introduced measures promoting local commerce and industry.
The office was revolutionised by the introduction of computers.
The working class are the backbone of England!
These documents have no legal status in Britain.
There seem to be fewer theatrical companies around these days.
She dislikes innovations, and likes everything to stay the same.
In the 19th century, the wealthy middle classes spent lots of money on art.
He made a fortune in the steel industry.
The government announced reductions in the benefits people are entitled to.
Our employer asked us to try work sharing – I do mornings and Karen does the afternoons.
Work hard/earn money/spend money/work hard and so on – it's a never-ending vicious circle.
Resistance to change is usually strong, but more people are now demanding a more equitable society.
When the school closure was announced, some of the parents formed protest groups at the school gates.
When the company stated they were downsizing, the trade unions demanded talks with the employers.
Most of the evidence was destroyed in the fire. Thus it would be almost impossible to prove him guilty.
It's high time something was done about the state of my garden!
The holiday was aimed at the 18–30 age range.
The meeting was very constructive, and many things were agreed.
The hotel and casino industry is working hard on improving its image.
My friend always wears second-hand clothes as she refuses to pay full price for anything!
Jenny got a part-time job to help out with the bills.
She loves gadgets, and her kitchen is full of them.
Hugo decided to pursue a career in journalism.
He was the Chairman of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
The church needed funds to do some essential repairs.
Ian is always smartly dressed.
How much pocket money do you get?
He always buys a lottery ticket but he's never won the lottery!
Her bedroom was in a terrible mess, you couldn't see the floor for clothes!
She never gets any exercise – she must be really unfit.
Everything is perfect in utopia – all people are treated as equals.
On the board was a list of the various punishments meted out for breaking school rules.
Dad bought an annual season ticket for Manchester United.
Lynne decided to bake some scones for tea.
At art school, the tutor showed us a painting that was pedestrian and unimaginative.
At last, Sadie had landed a job with a decent salary.
Some people believe the universe was created by a big explosion.
The first thing to do is book a venue.
The pollution in Bangkok is so bad, the traffic police wear breathing masks.
The facilities in the new gym are superb.
A well-dressed elderly woman asked me if I'd seen a small white dog running free.
Use blonde highlights to brighten your hair.
We were stuck in a traffic jam for two hours.
Burglaries have risen by 5%.
She was convicted of drug dealing and was given a thee-month prison sentence.
Crime is on the increase, especially mugging and burglary.
On the night the murder was committed, he was out of the country.
Police are investigating a series of violent rapes in the town.
She had been falsely accused of shoplifting in a clothing store.
Car theft is on the increase.
Some states in America still have the death penalty for certain crimes.
I don't believe in capital punishment in case an innocent man dies for a crime he didn't commit.
The company director had to pay a fine for speeding on the motorway.
Jed has served his prison sentence and has vowed never to re-offend.
Judges today are handing down too many 'soft' sentences when a 'hard' one is called for.
Miller is serving a life sentence for murder.
I went to the meeting to find out the pros and cons of setting up my own business.
The crisis was resolved by negotiations.
I am in two minds as to whether or not I should accept his dinner invitation.
Many people have strong views about smoking in public places.
The number of overseas trips made by politicians is a scandalous waste of public money.
Too few rapists are convicted because the victim cannot face reliving the event in open court.
How many convicted murderers walk free every year?
Too many people are let out of prison before serving their full sentence.
The public are losing faith in the criminal justice system.
Justice must be seen to be done.
Personally, I think that criminals who steal money should have to pay it back to their victims.
He was caught in the act of committing the offence and there was no doubt of his guilt.
Murderers used to be locked up for life but these days they are often freed after a few years.
The company's financial difficulties have deterred potential investors.
The government promises to restore the economy to full strength.
He took revenge on his employers by setting fire to the factory.
The government is drawing up plans to radically reform the tax system.
The convicted murderer always maintained he was innocent, and finally a journalist proved that he was!.
It sounded like a good idea in principle, but I wanted to know all the facts before making a final decision.
The rape victim felt she had been let down by the judicial system.
The child was attacked by a savage dog.
The family faced their ordeal with dignity.
The English cricket supporters are often referred to as 'The Barmy Army'.
Her will revealed that she had left all her money to a fund for the restoration of historic buildings.
A number of things would have to be taken into account to explain his actions.
Would you say that a degree from a redbrick university is exactly equivalent to one from Oxford or Cambridge?
The comments were an affront to his pride.
Attitudes to divorce have changed since the 1950s.
She has three daughters from a previous marriage.
I'm really sorry – it's all my fault.
Shh! Settle down please! Now turn to page 57.
Put some more wood on the fire.
They are in need of food and shelter.
They were advised to take a survival course before setting off for their trek across Africa.
She was feeling a bit peckish.
When he stepped off the path he fond himself knee-deep in mud.
The castaways hadn't eaten for over a week, and were starving.
How come you always get away with it but I get caught?
The marlin put up a mighty battle and finally snapped the line, taking the fish hook with him.
We shone our torches around the cavern.
One of the scouts struck the flint to make a spark and start the campfire.
A first aid kit is essential when taking part in outdoor activities.
Crime reports in newspapers often encourage copycat crimes.
Anti-government rebels attacked the town.
The number of attacks on old-age pensioners in their homes is growing.
The government has no idea how many immigrants are in the country.
The boy was expelled from school for being completely out of control.
We've had reports of armed clashes along the border.
There was a bitter feud over territory.
Having my mother living with us causes friction at home.
The two rival street gangs were fighting a turf war.
I think they've had a quarrel, and they're not speaking to one another.
Liz and Bev had a row six months ago and haven't spoken to each other since!
Computer-controlled warheads are one of the realities of modern warfare.
This gives the company a competitive advantage over its rivals.
Robert was a long-standing member of the committee and was held in great respect.
The couple were always having petty squabbles, and finally they split up.
His motives for asking me to dinner were not exactly clear.
Eating another pudding is just pure greed.
A look of pure hatred flashed across her face.
Polly felt a sharp pang of jealousy when she saw Paul with Suzanne.
Lightning had struck the gnarled old tree and felled it.
Most villagers are peasant farmers.
The soldiers were marched around the barracks.
The plaza was crowded with people.
He squatted down beside the little girl.
The soldier recalled the incident and gave a report to his superiors.
They want to set up their own import–export business.
Then came the sound of men shouting and a burst of machine-gun fire.
The monk was killed along with the rest of the villagers.
Why his life was spared, no one knows.
The Great Train Robbers fled the country to avoid being captured by the police.
As soon as we reached the peak, we stuck up a flag to show we'd succeeded.
I staggered and nearly fell on the icy pavement.
Workers dug a trench for gas lines.
I didn't know him at all, but he strolled over casually and asked me for a lift home!
She trudged wearily up the hill to the shops.
Here indeed was a man who could cross the no-man's land between art and science.
Everybody mucked in and did their bit to make sure the play opened on time.
Jack was fed up the neck with his job as a debt collector, and decided to chuck it in.
All the soldiers agreed they would be happy when the damned war was over.
They agreed to call a truce and end the fighting.
The dinner was for charity, and we set the ball rolling by donating £1000.
The team bus was followed by a battalion of football supporters.
My daughter is a patient in the maternity ward – she's expecting twins!
She was given the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching.
When we were told to expect to VIPs, little did we know that it would be the President and the first lady.
General Norman took command today of the British troops in Northern Ireland.
The president and his entourage flew to Texas in Air Force One.
When the solider stepped on the mine, both his legs were blown off.
Once the anaesthesia wore off, the pain was intolerable.
At the wedding ceremony, the bride and groom exchanged vows.
Please accept this gift as a small token of our appreciation.
The fielder flung back the ball as fast as he could.
A spokesman said it was an isolated incident.
We're good buddies, and have known each other since we were at school.
When fire broke out at the oil refinery, all the fire brigades in the area were sent out.
The tanks rolled forward relentlessly, firing on enemy positions.
He was sent on over 200 missions before being killed in action.
Years after the accident I still have nightmares about it.
What's the procedure for applying for a visa?
Do you have any identification? We need proof of who you are.
The British airmen pulled off an incredible rescue.
The police need to be briefed beforehand on how to deal with this sort of situation.
You don't have to whisper, no one can hear us.
My grandad is Scottish and loves listening to bagpipe music.
The firm is involved in a legal dispute with a rival company.
There is an old saying: he who pays the piper calls the tune.
At the Highland Games, pipers play the bagpipes.
My cousin is emigrating to New Zealand as she prefers the standard of living over there.
The concert in the park generated several complaints of noise pollution from nearby houses.
What gets to me is his complete disregard for other people's feelings.
I was fuming when I found out what he'd done!
Karen had seldom seen him so angry.
Dad snores in bed so Mum always wears earplugs.
The local council decided that they would have to cut back on the number of libraries.
I decided to take action when my son hadn't cleaned his room for six days!
This map symbol denotes a church with a spire.
In my contract, the number of hours I should work is not clearly defined.
He joined a church choir at the age of eight.
The evacuation of the building went very smoothly during the fire drill.
The Red Nose Day appeal generated millions of pounds from the public.
The government were disappointed in the low turnout of 54 percent in the March elections.
I'm allergic to penicillin – it makes me ill.
Some people are allergic to dairy products.
The body was found in a wheat field on the farm.
Melanie was paid compensation for injuries at work which left her disabled.
The car had never worked properly, but he had to take the company to court before he could get his money back.
The unions and management have to bring the dispute to a swift resolution.
It really irritates me when he doesn't help around the house.
The interview board decided that his assertive personality was just what the job needed.
When we talked it over we found that we were both in agreement.
They put forward a number of suggestions.
Their cat was forever in my garden so I got my own back and bought a dog!
She put some disinfectant on a piece of cotton wool and dabbed it on her cheek.
The service in the café was atrocious, but Liz didn't want to kick up a fuss.
I'm fed up with my sister going off with my iPod – she should buy her own!
Eventually I gave in and accepted the job on their terms.
Mum is always getting at me for one reason or another – I can't do anything right!
The police arrived at his place of work and asked to speak to him in private.
For his homework, Matthew had to write an essay on George Bernard Shaw.
The children were taught how to use the constant function on a calculator.
She always tries to twist the truth to serve her own ends!
Jim's voice became aggressive and loud.
After the withdrawal of UN forces, war broke out again.
You shouldn't bottle up your emotions and let them fester – it's not good for you.
Mediation in the dispute was needed between the management of the company and its workers.
We oppose the changes proposed by the local planning authorities, as they would lower house prices.
It was obvious from Luke's body language that he was nervous.
The court ruled that the manufacturers had been making false claims about their 'wonderful miracle cure'.
I thought I was within the speed limit but the police claimed the speedometer in my car was faulty.
Things can change in a heartbeat.
The second-hand bicycle was in good condition expect for the pedals, which needed replacing.
He was training for the hurdles when he pulled a muscle in his leg.
I took the radio back, and they refunded my money.
The Head decided that to take further action would just make the situation worse.
The local consumer protection office advised me to take the shop to the small claims court.
Gran likes to listen to her portable radio when she's outside gardening.
Mum and Dad have bought an HD digital TV.
The zip on my skirt had broken.
Zack lay trapped in the car, his face distorted with pain.
Ella wore black boots with high stiletto heels.
Shani bought some new headphones for her iPod.
He'd washed his jeans so many times, the colour had nearly faded away.
On Saturday we attended an anti-war demonstration.
She's a dangerous enemy to have.
In the ancient world, there were few emperors with large empires to rule.
The manufacturers ordered an immediate recall of all their cars as soon as the fault came to light.
The soldiers have just returned from the battlefield.
She walked confidently into the interview room.
I told him to stop apologising – it wasn't his fault we had missed the bus.
She was taken to hospital with serious head injuries.
Sit back and relax – I'll open a bottle of wine.
The constant racket of the dog barking was getting on my nerves.
As I walked along the beach I could see the cliffs towering above me.
The garden fence had blown down during the storm.
I felt myself to be in danger and was overcome with an instinctive impulse to flee.
Jack was told off for running in the corridor at school.
We hardly ever get time to go to the cinema these days.
The governor announced a new plan to reduce crime.
You have to take the top off to change the batteries.
Several people were injured in a bomb explosion.
I decided to have the offending tooth removed.
He wore his medals with pride.
That temper of hers will get her into trouble one of these days.
At present we have no evidence of life on other planets.
The editor checked through the proofs of the novel, looking for spelling mistakes..
The students like the cross-fertilisation of ideas from one discipline to another.
Children in the West are generally better off than those in the developing countries.
The neighbours' dog got in through a gap in the hedge.
The gap has widened between rich and poor.
It was a chilly November morning.
The man glanced nervously at his watch, as if he was late.
Children from well-off families usually go to public schools.
The drug company's expenditure on research and development was essential to its success.
Negotiations with the company had reached a crucial stage.
It is a large organisation with offices throughout the world.
The National Lottery has creased a lot more millionaires.
Bev and Neil are going to co-operate in the planning of the exhibition.
I have to get up to go work, even when I don't feel like it!
My son is extremely fashion-conscious, and spends far too much money on designer clothes.
My uncle is a market analyst for a firm of stockbrokers in the City.
Although the weather had turned nasty, the climbers decided to go on as they were so near the peak.
Everyone is required to do a three-point turn during their driving lesson.
She had a massive lump on the side of her head, where she had banged it against the table.
My dad is always reading DIY guides on cars, but he always takes it to the garage when anything goes wrong!
Lucy wore a valuable gold bracelet on her wrist.
Dad washed the dishes in the sink.
The household chore my mother hates most is ironing.
I had to fill in the form for my tax declaration before January 31st.
The baby was abandoned on the doorstep of an orphanage.
The policewoman asked to see my driving licence.
We used Mark's house as our campaign headquarters during the elections.
The firefighter put out the fire.
He extinguished the flame on the candle.
The disgusted audience walked out after 20 minutes.
Predictably, the murderer returned to the scene of the crime.
I dropped Sally off at the library, on my way to work.
To lose the race was a great disappointment to me.
I think most people I know are very law-abiding citizens.
She's very devoted to her grandmother and accompanies her everywhere.
The committee met to choose the referees for the World Cup.
Two nurses assisted the surgeon during the operation.
Jessica is a very mature person for her age.
Jack is very family-oriented, and always puts them first.
A soldier is always supposed to obey orders without question.
It was so stuffy in the room I could hardly breathe.
Nick's a right layabout – I don't think he's ever done a day's work in his life!
My four-year-old is a right little chatterbox!
Ella's such a gossip, she could never keep a secret!
He's such a snob that he will only mix with people who have a title.
She's nothing but a troublemaker, and I steer well clear of her.
The joiner picked up his hammer to bang in the nails.
You're kidding yourself if you think that global warming won't have an adverse effect on the Earth.
Consumers voted with their feet.
In hot weather, refrigerating milk is the only way to keep it fresh.
When we run out of North Sea oil, purchasing oil from Russia may be the only alternative.
Our electricity has been generated by power stations.
CO2 emissions from fossil fuels are one of the causes of global warming.
Not many people have coal fires these days.
The government are looking round for renewable sources of energy.
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