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					Title: Success Intermediate

Entr Module        Headword        Part of   Pronunciation
y No.                              Speech

    1          1   acceptance       n        @k'sept@ns
    2          1   aggression       n        @'greS@n
    3          1   baggy            adj      'b{gi
    4          1   baseball cap     n        'beIsbO:l k{p
    5          1   be               v        'b{l@nst
    6          1   beige            n        beIZ
    7          1   belong           v        bI'lÁÎ
    8          1   blouse           n        blaUz
    9          1   bracelet         n        'breIsl@t
   10          1   brand-new        adj      "br{nd 'njU:
   11          1   bright           adj      braIt
   12          1   bump             v        bömp
   13          1   calm             v        kA:m
   14          1   chain            n        tSeIn
   15          1   charity          n        'tS{r@ti
   16          1   childhood        n        'tSaIldhUd
   17          1   clothes          n        kl@UDz
   18          1   club             n        klöb
   19          1   coat             n        k@Ut
   20          1   combat trousers n         'kÁmb{t "traUz@z
   21          1   common           n        'kÁm@n
   22          1   controversial    adj      "kÁntr@'vÆ:S@l
   23          1   cotton           n        'kÁtn
   24          1   crazy            adj      'kreIzi
   25          1   date             v        deIt
   26          1   denim            n        'den@m
   27          1   drop             v        drÁp
   28          1   earring          n        'I@rIÎ
   29          1   exclusive        adj      Ik'sklu:sIv
   30          1   eyeliner         n        'aI"laIn@
   31          1   fan club         n        'f{n klöb
   32          1   fashionable      adj      'f{S@n@b@l
   33          1   fool             v        fu:l
   34          1   footwear         n        'fUtwe@
   35          1   forum            n        'fO:r@m
   36          1   frank            adj      fr{Îk
   37          1   fun              n        fön
   38          1   gang             n        g{Î
   39          1   generalisation n          "dZen@r@laI'zeIS@n
   40          1   get              v        get
   41          1   group            n        gru:p
   42          1   hang             v        h{Î
   43          1   harmless         adj      'hA:ml@s
   44          1   health and safetyn        helT @n 'seIfti
   45          1   hood             n        hUd
   46          1   impression       n        Im'preS@n
   47          1   jeans            n        dZi:nz
   48          1   jewellery        n        'dZu:@lri
   49          1   join             v        dZOIn
   50          1   league           n        li:g
   51          1   leather          n        'leD@
 52   1   lifestyle       n     'laIfstaIl
 53   1   lipstick        n     'lIp"stIk
 54   1   luckily         adv   'lök@li
 55   1   make-up         n     'meIköp
 56   1   mascara         n     m{'skA:r@
 57   1   meet            v     mi:t
 58   1   member          n     'memb@
 59   1   nowadays        adv   'naU@deIz
 60   1   nylon           n     'naIlÁn
 61   1   occasional      adj   @'keIZ@n@l
 62   1   old-fashioned   adj   "@Uld 'f{S@nd
 63   1   paintball       n     'peIntbO:l
 64   1   party           n     'pA:ti
 65   1   patch           n     p{tS
 66   1   pathetic        adj   p@'TetIk
 67   1   peer            n     pI@
 68   1   piercing        n     'pI@sIÎ
 69   1   political       adj   p@'lItIk@l
 70   1   professional    adj   pr@'feS@n@l
 71   1   professional    n     pr@'feS@n@l
 72   1   radical         adj   'r{dIk@l
 73   1   renovate        v     'ren@veIt
 74   1   rip             v     rIp
 75   1   role model      n     'r@Ul "mÁdl
 76   1   season          n     'si:z@n
 77   1   share           v     Se@
 78   1   shirt           n     SÆ:t
 79   1   shopper         n     'SÁp@
 80   1   shorts          n     SO:ts
 81   1   silk            n     sIlk
 82   1   society         n     s@'saI@ti
 83   1   sociology       n     "s@Usi'Ál@dZi
 84   1   striped         adj   straIpt
 85   1   studded         adj   'stöd@d
 86   1   stylish         adj   'staIlIS
 87   1   support         v     s@'pO:t
 88   1   supporter       n     s@'pO:t@
 89   1   sweater         n     'swet@
 90   1   team            n     ti:m
 91   1   terrified       adj   'ter@faId
 92   1   text            v     tekst
 93   1   top             adj   tÁp
 94   1   top             n     tÁp
 95   1   tracksuit       n     'tr{ksu:t
 96   1   trainer         n     'treIn@
 97   1   trendy          adj   'trendi
 98   1   T-shirt         n     'ti: SÆ:t
 99   1   typical         adj   'tIpIk@l
100   1   typically       adv   'tIpIkli
101   1   unique          adj   ju:'ni:k
102   1   values          n     'v{lju:z
103   1   violence        n     'vaI@l@ns
104   1   woollen         adj   'wUl@n
105   2   accept          v     @k'sept
106   2   alert           n     @'lÆ:t
107   2   answer          v     'A:ns@
108   2   anyway           adv        '{n"tI 's@US@l
109   2   apparently       adv        @'p{r@ntli
110   2   attach           v          @'t{tS
111   2   bass             n          beIs
112   2   battery          n          'b{t@ri
113   2   blog             n          blÁg
114   2   boot             n          bu:t
115   2   brick            n          brIk
116   2   button           n          'bötn
117   2   by               prep       baI
118   2   call             v          kO:l
119   2   cellular phone   n          "seljUl@ 'f@Un
120   2   chat             v          tS{t
121   2   check            n          tSek
122   2   click            v          klIk
123   2   come             v          köm
124   2   communicate      v          k@'mju:n@keIt
125   2   connect          v          k@'nekt
126   2   copyright        n          'kÁpiraIt
127   2   cover            n          'köv@
128   2   crystal ball     n          "krIstl 'bO:l
129   2   cursor           n          'kÆ:s@
130   2   dead             adj        ded
131   2   deal             n          di:l
132   2   delete           v          dI'li:t
133   2   demo             n          'dem@U
134   2   dial             v          daI@l
135   2   disturb          v          dI'stÆ:b
136   2   document         n          'dÁkj@m@nt
137   2   download         v          "daUn'l@Ud
138   2   drummer          n          'dröm@
139   2   email            n          'i: meIl
140   2   emoticon         n          I'm@UtIkÁn
141   2   fix              v          fIks
142   2   folder           n          'f@Uld@
143   2   freeware         n          'fri:we@
144   2   gig              n          gIg
145   2   go               v          g@U
146   2   icon             n          'aIkÁn
147   2   impersonal       adj        Im'pÆ:s@n@l
148   2   impressed        adj        Im'prest
149   2   install          v          In'stO:l
150   2   interact         v          "Int@r'{kt
151   2   Internet         n          'Int@net
152   2   invention        n          In'venS@n
153   2   lift             v          lIft
154   2   link             n          lIÎk
155   2   lyric            n          'lIrIk
156   2   make             v          meIk
157   2   manipulate       v          m@'nIpj@leIt
158   2   manual           n          'm{nju@l
159   2   microphone       n          'maIkr@f@Un
160   2   mobile           adj        'm@UbaIl
161   2   mobile           n          m@UbaIl
162   2   mobile phone     n          "m@UbaIl 'f@Un
163   2   online           adj, adv   'ÁnlaIn
164   2   oral            adj   'O:r@l
165   2   order           n     'O:d@
166   2   paperclip       n     'peIp@klIp
167   2   patent          v     'peItnt
168   2   phone book      n     'f@Un bUk
169   2   phonecard       n     'f@UnkA:d
170   2   pick            v     pIk
171   2   plug            n     plög
172   2   portable        adj   'pO:t@b@l
173   2   post            v     p@Ust
174   2   press           v     pres
175   2   print           v     prInt
176   2   program         n     'pr@Ugr{m
177   2   public          adj   'pöblIk
178   2   public          n     'pöblIk
179   2   publish         v     'pöblIS
180   2   receive         v     rI'si:v
181   2   receiver        n     rI'si:v@
182   2   recharge        v     "ri:'tSA:DZ
183   2   record          n     'rekO:d
184   2   register        v     'redZIst@
185   2   ring            n     rIÎ
186   2   rival           n     'raIv@l
187   2   save            v     seIv
188   2   screen          n     skri:n
189   2   search engine   n     'sÆ:tS "endZIn
190   2   seriously       adv   'sI@ri@sli
191   2   set             v     set
192   2   signal          n     'sIgn@l
193   2   site            n     saIt
194   2   socket          n     'sÁk@t
195   2   sore            adj   sO:
196   2   spyware         n     'spaIwe@
197   2   store           v     stO:
198   2   strength        n     streÎT
199   2   subject         n     'söbdZIkt
200   2   switch          v     swItS
201   2   take            v     teIk
202   2   text message    n     'tekst "mesIdZ
203   2   tone            n     t@Un
204   2   toolbar         n     'tu:lbA:
205   2   turn            v     tÆ:n
206   2   type            v     taIp
207   2   vibrate         v     vaI'breIt
208   2   virus           n     'vaI@r@s
209   2   voice mail      n     'vOIs meIl
210   2   volume          n     'vÁlju:m
211   2   website         n     'websaIt
212   2   weigh           v     weI
213   2   weight          n     weIt
214   3   abuse           n     @'bju:s
215   3   accidental      adj   "{ks@'dentl
216   3   accused         n     @'kju:zd
217   3   admit           v     @d'mIt
218   3   anguish         n     '{ÎgwIS
219   3   antisocial      adj   {ntI's@US@l
220   3   anxiety          n          {Î'zaI@ti
221   3   arrest           v          @'rest
222   3   average          adj        '{v@rIdZ
223   3   ban              v          b{n
224   3   barbaric         adj        bA:'b{rIk
225   3   bench            n          bentS
226   3   blackmail        n          'bl{kmeIl
227   3   blow             v          bl@U
228   3   board game       n          'bO:d geIm
229   3   break            n          breIk
230   3   break            v          breIk
231   3   bully            v          'bUli
232   3   burglar          n          'bÆ:gl@
233   3   burglary         n          'bÆ:gl@ri
234   3   can              n          k{n
235   3   care             n          ke@
236   3   cause            n          kO:z
237   3   cereal           n          'sI@ri@l
238   3   citizen          n          'sIt@z@n
239   3   claim            v          kleIm
240   3   commit           v          k@'mIt
241   3   community servicen          k@"mju:n@ti 'sÆ:v@s
242   3   compensation n              kÁmp@n'seIS@n
243   3   conclusion       n          k@n'klu:Z@n
244   3   confess          v          k@n'fes
245   3   cop              n          kÁp
246   3   court            n          kO:t
247   3   courtroom        n          'kO:trUm
248   3   crime            n          kraIm
249   3   crossing         n          'krÁsIÎ
250   3   crowd            n          kraUd
251   3   damage           n          'd{mIdZ
252   3   death penalty n             'deT "penlti
253   3   destroy          v          dI'strOI
254   3   deterrent        n          dI'ter@nt
255   3   donkey           n          'dÁÎki
256   3   dozen                        n
                           determiner,'döz@n
257   3   drink-driving    n          drIÎk 'draIvIÎ
258   3   earnings         n          'Æ:nIÎz
259   3                    n
          electronic tagging          "elIktrÁnIk 't{gIÎ
260   3   evidence         n          'ev@d@ns
261   3   fail             v          feIl
262   3   fair             adj        fe@
263   3   false            adj        fO:ls
264   3   fine             n          faIn
265   3   fire station     n          'faI@ "steIs@n
266   3   firecracker      n          'faI@"kr{k@
267   3   free             adv        fri:
268   3   garage           n          'g{rA:Z
269   3   get              v          get
270   3   graffiti         n          gr{'fi:ti
271   3   guard            n          gA:d
272   3   guilt            n          gIlt
273   3   guilty           adj        'gIlti
274   3   hesitate         v          'hez@teIt
275   3   homeowner        n          'h@Um"@Un@
276   3   illegal          adj   I'li:g@l
277   3   imprison         v     Im'prIz@n
278   3   injury           n     'IndZ@ri
279   3   instead          adv   In'sted
280   3   insult           v     In'sölt
281   3   insurance        n     In'SU@r@ns
282   3   irresponsible    adj   "IrI'spÁns@b@l
283   3   jail             n     dZeIl
284   3   judge            n     dZödZ
285   3   jury             n     'dZU@ri
286   3   justice          n     'dZöst@s
287   3   justified        adj   'dZöst@faId
288   3   kidnap           v     'kIdn{p
289   3   killer           n     'kIl@
290   3   knock            n     nÁk
291   3   knock            v     nÁk
292   3   lawyer           n     'lO:j@
293   3   legal            adj   'li:g@l
294   3   lenient          adj   'li:ni@nt
295   3   life             n     laIf
296   3   litter           n     'lIt@
297   3   mean             v     mi:n
298   3   medical          adj   'medIk@l
299   3   mental           adj   'mentl
300   3   miserable        adj   'mIz@r@b@l
301   3   mug              n     mög
302   3   naive            adj   naI'i:v
303   3   nap              n     n{p
304   3   noise            n     nOIz
305   3   nuisance         n     'nju:s@ns
306   3   opponent         n     @'p@Un@nt
307   3   order            v     'O:d@
308   3   panic            n     'p{nIk
309   3   panic            v     'p{nIk
310   3   penalty          n     'penlti
311   3   pensioner        n     'penS@n@
312   3   police           n     p@'li:s
313   3   police officer   n     p@'li:s "Áf@s@
314   3   prison           n     'prIz@n
315   3   property         n     'prÁp@ti
316   3   punishment       n     'pönISm@nt
317   3   racial           adj   'reIS@l
318   3   reach            v     ri:tS
319   3   rehabilitation   n     "ri:h@bIl@'teIS@n
320   3   report           n     rI'pO:t
321   3   report           v     rI'pO:t
322   3   responsibility   n     ri"spÁns@'bIl@ti
323   3   rob              v     rÁb
324   3   robbery          n     'rÁb@ri
325   3   security guard   n     sI'kjU@r@ti gA:d
326   3   sentence         n     'sent@ns
327   3   sentence         v     'sent@ns
328   3   serial killer    n     'sI@ri@l "kIl@
329   3   severe           adj   s@'vI@
330   3   shoplifting      n     'SÁp"lIftIÎ
331   3   sign             n     saIn
332   3   siren          n     'saI@r@n
333   3   soft           adj   sÁft
334   3   speeding       n     'spi:dIÎ
335   3   statue         n     'st{tSu:
336   3   steal          v     sti:l
337   3   sue            v     sju:
338   3   suffer         v     'söf@
339   3   suspend        v     s@'spend
340   3                  n
          suspended sentence   s@"spendId 'sent@ns
341   3   suspicious     adj   s@'spIS@s
342   3   swear          v     swe@
343   3   trial          n     'traI@l
344   3   unusual        adj   ön'ju:Zu@l
345   3   valuables      n     'v{lju@b@lz
346   3   vandalism      n     'v{nd@lIz@m
347   3   victim         n     'vIkt@m
348   3   wig            n     wIg
349   3   wild           adv   waIld
350   3   witness        n     'wItn@s
351   4   ability        n     @'bIl@ti
352   4   adolescence    n     "{d@'les@ns
353   4   aggressive     adj   @'gresIv
354   4   appreciate     v     @'pri:SieIt
355   4   baby           n     'beIbi
356   4   behave         v     bI'heIv
357   4   behaviour      n     bI'heIvj@
358   4   big-headed     adj   bIg 'hedId
359   4   birth          n     bÆ:T
360   4   challenging    adj   'tS{l@ndZIÎ
361   4   characteristic n     k{r@kt@'rIstIk
362   4   cheeky         adj   'tSi:ki
363   4   comforting     adj   'kömf@tIÎ
364   4   complicated    adj   'kÁmpl@keIt@d
365   4   concentrate    v     'kÁns@ntreIt
366   4   considerate    adj   k@n'sId@r@t
367   4   convincing     adj   k@n'vInsIÎ
368   4   critic         n     'krItIk
369   4   crucial        adj   'kru:S@l
370   4   cruel          adj   'kru:@l
371   4   debate         n     dI'beIt
372   4   decisive       adj   dI'saIsIv
373   4   depend         v     dI'pend
374   4   detail         n     'di:teIl
375   4   diplomatic     adj   "dIpl@'m{tIk
376   4   disgusting     adj   dIs'göstIÎ
377   4   duty           n     'dju:ti
378   4   emotional      adj   I'm@US@n@l
379   4   encourage      v     In'körIdZ
380   4   equipment      n     I'kwIpm@nt
381   4   female         adj   'fi:meIl
382   4   female         n     'fi:meIl
383   4   fit            v     fIt
384   4   forgetful      adj   f@'getf@l
385   4   gadget         n     'g{dZ@t
386   4   gender         n     'dZend@
387   4   get            v     get
388   4   gloomy             adj   'glu:mi
389   4   gossip             n     'gÁs@p
390   4   greedy             adj   'gri:di
391   4   hobby              n     'hÁbi
392   4   hormone            n     'hO:m@Un
393   4   host               n     h@Ust
394   4   hostess            n     'h@Ust@s
395   4   impractical        adj   Im'pr{ktIk@l
396   4   indecisive         adj   "IndI'saIsIv
397   4   influence          n     'Influ@ns
398   4   insensitive        adj   In'sens@tIv
399   4   interest           v     'Intr@st
400   4   intuition          n     "Intju'IS@n
401   4   join               v     dZOIn
402   4   laid-back          adj   "leId 'b{k
403   4   male               adj   meIl
404   4   male               n     meIl
405   4   mechanical         adj   mI'k{nIk@l
406   4   military           adj   'mIl@t@ri
407   4   military service   n     'mIl@t@ri 'sÆ:vIs
408   4   moralistic         adj   "mÁr@'lIstIk
409   4   necessity          n     n@'ses@ti
410   4   nonsense           n     'nÁns@ns
411   4   obligation         n     "Ábl@'geIS@n
412   4   permission         n     p@'mIS@n
413   4   personal           adj   'pÆ:s@n@l
414   4   personally         adv   'pÆ:s@n@li
415   4   play               v     pleI
416   4   possibility        n     "pÁs@'bIl@ti
417   4   practical          adj   'pr{ktIk@l
418   4   predictable        adj   prI'dIkt@b@l
419   4   printer            n     'prInt@
420   4   prohibition        n     "pr@Uh@'bIS@n
421   4   quick-tempered     adj   "kwIk 'temp@d
422   4   rehearsal          n     rI'hÆ:s@l
423   4   relationship       n     rI'leIS@nSIp
424   4   reputation         n     "repj@'teIS@n
425   4   request            n     rI'kwest
426   4   research           n     rI'sÆ:tS
427   4   research           v     rI'sÆ:tS
428   4   romantic           adj   r@U'm{ntIk
429   4   rule               n     ru:l
430   4   selfish            adj   'selfIS
431   4   sensible           adj   'sens@b@l
432   4   sensitive          adj   'sens@tIv
433   4   separate           adj   'sep@r@t
434   4   sex                n     seks
435   4   single             adj   'sIÎg@l
436   4   sociable           adj   's@US@b@l
437   4   socialise          v     's@US@laIz
438   4   spin               v     spIn
439   4   stereotype         n     'steri@taIp, 'stI@rœ
440   4   strict             adj   strIkt
441   4   stubborn           adj   'stöb@n
442   4   summary            n     'söm@ri
443   4   superior           adj   su:'pI@ri@
444   4   supporter       n     s@'pO:t@
445   4   sympathetic     adj   "sImp@'TetIk
446   4   sympathise      v     'sImp@TaIz
447   4   talkative       adj   'tO:k@tIv
448   4   toddler         n     'tÁdl@
449   4   tolerant        adj   'tÁl@r@nt
450   4   touch           n     tötS
451   4   treat           v     tri:t
452   4   unpredictable   adj   "önprI'dIkt@b@l
453   4   unsympathetic   adj   önsImp@'TetIk
454   4   upbringing      n     'öp"brIÎIÎ
455   4   vain            adj   veIn
456   4   violent         adj   'vaI@l@nt
457   4   weakness        n     'wi:kn@s
458   5   acid            n     '{s@d
459   5   adaptable       adj   @'d{pt@b@l
460   5   alien           n     'eIli@n
461   5   alter           v     'O:lt@
462   5   amount          n     @'maUnt
463   5   arrangement     n     @'reIndZm@nt
464   5   ash             n     {S
465   5   atmosphere      n     '{tm@sfI@
466   5   attack          n     @'t{k
467   5   bank            n     b{Îk
468   5   biological      adj   "baI@'lÁdZIk@l
469   5   block           v     blÁk
470   5   bomb            n     bÁm
471   5   carry           v     'k{ri
472   5   cause           v     kO:z
473   5   celebrate       v     'sel@breIt
474   5   century         n     'sentS@ri
475   5   cheesecake      n     'tSi:zkeIk
476   5   chemical        adj   'kemIk@l
477   5   circle          v     'sÆ:k@l
478   5   climate         n     'klaIm@t
479   5   cloud           n     klaUd
480   5   cockroach       n     'kÁkr@UtS
481   5   colonise        v     'kÁl@naIz
482   5   complex         adj   'kÁmpleks
483   5   consequence     n     'kÁns@kw@ns
484   5   crater          n     'kreIt@
485   5   diary           n     'daI@ri
486   5   disaster        n     dI'zA:st@
487   5   double          v     'döb@l
488   5   drought         n     draUt
489   5   dust            n     döst
490   5   earthquake      n     'Æ:TkweIk
491   5   engine          n     'endZ@n
492   5   environment     n     In'vaI@r@nm@nt
493   5   epidemic        n     "ep@'demIk
494   5   erupt           v     I'röpt
495   5   evolve          v     I'vÁlv
496   5   extinct         adj   Ik'stIÎkt
497   5   face            n     feIs
498   5   face            v     feIs
499   5   fantasy         n     'f{nt@si
500   5   fire           n     faI@
501   5   flight         n     flaIt
502   5   flood          n     flöd
503   5   flu            n     flu:
504   5   give           v     gIv
505   5   global         adj   'gl@Ub@l
506   5   greenhouse gas n     'gri:nhaUs "g{s
507   5   head           v     hed
508   5   hero           n     'hI@r@U
509   5   HIV            n     eItS aI 'vi:
510   5   humanity       n     hju:'m{n@ti
511   5   hurricane      n     'hör@k@n
512   5   ice            n     aIs
513   5   impact         n     'Imp{kt
514   5   increase       n     'IÎkri:s
515   5   increase       v     In'kri:s
516   5   influenza      n     Influ'enz@
517   5   intelligent    adj   In'tel@dZ@nt
518   5   intention      n     In'tenS@n
519   5   irrational     adj   I'r{S@n@l
520   5   kill           v     kIl
521   5   land           n     l{nd
522   5   lava           n     'lA:v@
523   5   lead           v     li:d
524   5   leisure        n     'leZ@
525   5   lifetime       n     'laIftaIm
526   5   mass           adj   m{s
527   5   massive        adj   'm{sIv
528   5   meteor         n     'mi:ti@
529   5   meteorite      n     'mi:ti@raIt
530   5   migration      n     maI'greIS@n
531   5   mind           n     maInd
532   5   mind           v     maInd
533   5   molten         adj   'm@Ult@n
534   5   mud            n     möd
535   5   nuclear        adj   'nju:kli@
536   5   optimist       n     'Ápt@m@st
537   5   optimistic     adj   "Ápt@'mIstIk
538   5   pandemic       n     p{n'demIk
539   5   parliament     n     'pA:l@m@nt
540   5   petrol         n     'petr@l
541   5   planet         n     'pl{n@t
542   5   power          n     'paU@
543   5   prediction     n     prI'dIkS@n
544   5   probability    n     "prÁb@'bIl@ti
545   5   probable       adj   'prÁb@b@l
546   5   quantity       n     'kwÁnt@ti
547   5   replace        v     rI'pleIs
548   5   resolution     n     "rez@'lu:S@n
549   5   resource       n     rI'zO:s, œ'sO:s
550   5   Richter scale  n     'rIkt@ "skeIl, 'rIxœ
551   5   rise           v     raIz
552   5   risk           n     rIsk
553   5   robot          n     'r@UbÁt
554   5   SARS           n     sa:z
555   5   scale          n     skeIl
556   5   science fiction   n      "saI@ns 'fIkS@n
557   5   scientist         n      'saI@nt@st
558   5   servant           n      'sÆ:v@nt
559   5   shortage          n      'SO:tIdZ
560   5   solar             adj    's@Ul@
561   5   sort              v      sO:t
562   5   species           n      'spi:Si:z
563   5   spontaneous       adj    spÁn'teIni@s
564   5   suicide           n      'su:@saId
565   5   sulphuric acid    n      söl"fjU@rIk '{sId
566   5   take              v      teIk
567   5   technology        n      tek'nÁl@dZi
568   5   temperature       n      'tempr@tS@
569   5   terrorist         n      'ter@r@st
570   5   threat            n      Tret
571   5   timetable         n      'taIm"teIb@l
572   5   tropics           n      'trÁpIks
573   5   tsunami           n      tsU'nA:mi
574   5   universe          n      'ju:n@vÆ:s
575   5   vast              adj    vA:st
576   5   volcano           n      vÁl'keIn@U
577   5   war               n      wO:
578   5   wasteful          adj    'weIstf@l
579   5   wave              n      weIv
580   5   weapon            n      'wep@n
581   5   whimper           v      'wImp@
582   5   wind              n      wInd
583   5   wipe              v      waIp
584   6   above             prep   @'böv
585   6   adore             v      @'dO:
586   6   ape               n      eIp
587   6   appearance        n      @'pI@r@ns
588   6   aquarium          n      @'kwe@ri@m
589   6   arrogant          adj    '{r@g@nt
590   6   bat               n      b{t
591   6   bee               n      bi:
592   6   beetle            n      'bi:tl
593   6   being             n      'bi:IÎ
594   6   biologist         n      baI'Ál@dZIst
595   6   body              n      'bÁdi
596   6   bookshelf         n      'bUkSelf
597   6   brain             n      breIn
598   6   breed             v      bri:d
599   6   butterfly         n      'böt@flaI
600   6   cage              n      keIdZ
601   6   camel             n      'k{m@l
602   6   camouflage        v      'k{m@flA:Z
603   6   company           n      'kömp@ni
604   6   connected         adj    k@'nekt@d
605   6   copy              v      'kÁpi
606   6   creature          n      'kri:tS@
607   6   crocodile         n      'krÁk@daIl
608   6   crow              n      kr@U
609   6   dolphin           n      'dÁlf@n
610   6   drunk             adj    dröÎk
611   6   eagle             n      'i:g@l
612   6   eel              n     i:l
613   6   elephant         n     'el@f@nt
614   6   endanger         v     In'deIndZ@
615   6   essential        adj   I'senS@l
616   6   eventually       adv   I'ventSu@li
617   6   extinction       n     Ik'stIÎkS@n
618   6   feed             v     fi:d
619   6   flea             n     fli:
620   6   flexible         adj   'fleks@b@l
621   6   fly              n     flaI
622   6   fox              n     fÁks
623   6   freeze           v     fri:z
624   6   frequent         adj   'fri:kw@nt
625   6   fur              n     fÆ:
626   6   furthermore      adv   fÆ:D@'mO:
627   6   genetics         n     dZ@'netIks
628   6   heart            n     hA:t
629   6   herd             n     hÆ:d
630   6   horse            n     hO:s
631   6   human            adj   'hju:m@n
632   6   human            n     'hju:m@n
633   6   hunt             v     hönt
634   6   ideal            adj   aI'dI@l
635   6   independent      adj   "Ind@'pend@nt
636   6   ink              n     IÎk
637   6   instinctive      adj   In'stIÎktIv
638   6   intriguing       adj   In'tri:gIÎ
639   6   investigate      v     In'vest@geIt
640   6   laboratory       n     l@'bÁr@tri
641   6   limitation       n     "lIm@'teIS@n
642   6   lion             n     'laI@n
643   6   long             adv   lÁÎ
644   6   lovable          adj   'löv@b@l
645   6   loyal            adj   'lOI@l
646   6   mammal           n     'm{m@l
647   6   man-made         adj   "m{n 'meId
648   6   maturity         n     m@'tSU@r@ti
649   6   memory           n     'mem@ri
650   6   mouse            n     maUs
651   6   mouth            n     maUT
652   6   nervous system   n     'nÆ:v@s "sIst@m
653   6   obedient         adj   @'bi:di@nt
654   6   observe          v     @b'zÆ:v
655   6   octopus          n     'Ákt@p@s
656   6   opponent         n     @'p@Un@nt
657   6   ostrich          n     'ÁstrItS
658   6   owl              n     aUl
659   6   peacock          n     'pi:kÁk
660   6   penguin          n     'peÎgw@n
661   6   pest             n     pest
662   6   pig              n     pIg
663   6   pike             n     paIk
664   6   plankton         n     'pl{Îkt@n
665   6   pointless        adj   'pOIntl@s
666   6   predator         n     'pred@t@
667   6   profit           n     'prÁf@t
668   6   provided        conjunctionpr@'vaId@d
669   6   psychology      n          saI'kÁl@dZi
670   6   rare            adj        re@
671   6   rat             n          r{t
672   6   raven           n          'reIv@n
673   6   recreate        v          "ri:kri'eIt
674   6   reindeer        n          'reIndI@
675   6   research        n          rI'sÆ:tS
676   6   rotten          adj        'rÁtn
677   6   sacrifice       n          's{kr@faIs
678   6   salmon          n          's{m@n
679   6   scorpion        n          'skO:pi@n
680   6   skin            n          skIn
681   6   solitary        adj        'sÁl@t@ri
682   6   soon            adv        su:n
683   6   sophisticated   adj        s@'fIst@keIt@d
684   6   spider          n          'spaId@
685   6   sponsor         v          'spÁns@
686   6   spotted         adj        'spÁt@d
687   6   sprinter        n          'sprInt@
688   6   stamp           v          st{mp
689   6   stick           n          stIk
690   6   stick           v          stIk
691   6   sting           v          stIÎ
692   6   stork           n          stO:k
693   6   stressful       adj        'stresf@l
694   6   striking        adj        'straIkIÎ
695   6   survival        n          s@'vaIv@l
696   6   survive         v          s@'vaIv
697   6   trunk           n          tröÎk
698   6   urban           adj        'Æ:b@n
699   6   whine           v          waIn
700   6   wise            adj        waIz
701   6   worm            n          wÆ:m
702   6   zebra           n          'zi:br@
703   6   zoology         n          zu:'Ál@dZi
704   7   achievement     n          @'tSi:vm@nt
705   7   acquaintance    n          @'kweInt@ns
706   7   addicted        adj        @'dIkt@d
707   7   aim             n          eIm
708   7   ambition        n          {m'bIS@n
709   7   application     n          "{plI'keIS@n
710   7   appointment     n          @'pOIntm@nt
711   7   aristocrat      n          '{r@st@kr{t
712   7   attend          v          @'tend
713   7   attention       n          @'tenS@n
714   7   audition        n          O:'dIS@n
715   7   autograph       n          'O:t@grA:f
716   7   bodyguard       n          'bÁdigA:d
717   7   bravery         n          'breIv@ri
718   7   career          n          k@'rI@
719   7   celebrity       n          s@'lebr@ti
720   7   challenge       n          'tS{l@ndZ
721   7   chance          n          tSA:ns
722   7   chauffeur       n          'S@Uf@
723   7   coach           n          k@UtS
724   7   comedian        n          k@'mi:di@n
725   7   complete        adj        k@m'pli:t
726   7   compliment      n          'kÁmpl@m@nt
727   7   concentrate     v          'kÁns@ntreIt
728   7   courage         n          'körIdZ
729   7   cry             v          kraI
730   7   date            n          deIt
731   7   determination   n          dI"tÆ:m@'neIS@n
732   7   difficulty      n          'dIfIk@lti
733   7   diploma         n          d@'pl@Um@
734   7   do              v          du:
735   7   earn            v          Æ:n
736   7   effort          n          'ef@t
737   7   enthusiasm      n          In'Tju:zi{z@m
738   7   failure         n          'feIlj@
739   7   fame            n          feIm
740   7   familiar        adj        f@'mIli@
741   7   fault           n          fO:lt
742   7   financial       adj        fI'n{nS@l, faIœ
743   7   flunk           v          flöÎk
744   7   form            n          fO:m
745   7   fulfil          v          fUl'fIl
746   7   graduate        n          'gr{dZu@t
747   7   graduate        v          'gr{dZueIt
748   7   grand           adj        gr{nd
749   7   inherit         v          In'her@t
750   7   inspire         v          In'spaI@
751   7   instructor      n          In'strökt@
752   7   interview       n          'Int@vju:
753   7   keep            v          ki:p
754   7   lack            v          l{k
755   7   least           determiner li:st
756   7   lively          adj        'laIvli
757   7   lonely          adj        'l@Unli
758   7   medal           n          'medl
759   7   memorise        v          'mem@raIz
760   7   mess            v          mes
761   7   millionaire     n          "mIlj@'ne@
762   7   monk            n          möÎk
763   7   mysterious      adj        mI'stI@ri@s
764   7   narrator        n          n@'reIt@
765   7   nod             v          nÁd
766   7   obstacle        n          'Ábst@k@l
767   7   odd             adj        Ád
768   7   overcome        v          "@Uv@'köm
769   7   own                         pron
                          determiner,@Un
770   7   pass            v          pA:s
771   7   patience        n          'peIS@ns
772   7   pay             v          peI
773   7   Pope            n          p@Up
774   7   prejudice       n          'predZ@d@s
775   7   pressure        n          'preS@
776   7   privacy         n          'prIv@si
777   7   quality         n          'kwÁl@ti
778   7   respectful      adj        rI'spektf@l
779   7   revise          v          rI'vaIz
780   7   self-confidence n      "self 'kÁnfId@ns
781   7   smooth          adj    smu:D
782   7   social          adj    's@US@l
783   7   spill           v      spIl
784   7   spy             n      spaI
785   7   succeed         v      s@k'si:d
786   7   talented        adj    't{l@nt@d
787   7   task            n      tA:sk
788   7   tear            v      te@
789   7   up              adv    öp
790   7   up-to-date      adv    "öp t@ 'deIt
791   7   wealthy         adj    'welTi
792   7   win             v      wIn
793   7   worth           prep   wÆ:T
794   8   abandon         v      @'b{nd@n
795   8   activity        n      {k'tIv@ti
796   8   adopt           v      @'dÁpt
797   8   adrenalin       n      @'dren@l@n
798   8   airport         n      'e@pO:t
799   8   aisle           n      aIl
800   8   ancient         adj    'eInS@nt
801   8   announce        v      @'naUns
802   8   announcement n         @'naUnsm@nt
803   8   board           v      bO:d
804   8   boarding card n        'bO:dIÎ kA:d
805   8   book            v      bUk
806   8   boot            n      bu:t
807   8   brake           n      breIk
808   8   brochure        n      'br@US@
809   8   bungee jumping n       'böndZi "dZömpIÎ
810   8   cabin           n      'k{b@n
811   8   cancel          v      'k{ns@l
812   8   capital         n      'k{p@tl
813   8   chart           n      tSA:t
814   8   check-in        n      'tSek In
815   8   cliff           n      klIf
816   8   climbing        n      'klaImIÎ
817   8   coast           n      k@Ust
818   8   control         n      k@n'tr@Ul
819   8   countryside     n      'köntrisaId
820   8   courtyard       n      'kO:tjA:d
821   8   crew            n      kru:
822   8   dedicate        v      'ded@keIt
823   8   defeat          v      dI'fi:t
824   8   delay           n      dI'leI
825   8   delay           v      dI'leI
826   8   departure       n      dI'pA:tS@
827   8   departure loungen      dI'pA:tS@ "laUndZ
828   8   departures boardn      dI'pA:tS@z "bO:d
829   8   desk            n      desk
830   8   destination     n      "dest@'neIS@n
831   8   direction       n      d@'rekS@n
832   8   district        n      'dIstrIkt
833   8   diving          n      'daIvIÎ
834   8   due             adj    dju:
835   8   duty-free       adj    "dju:ti 'fri:
836   8   elbow           n     'elb@U
837   8   experience      n     Ik'spI@ri@ns
838   8   experience      v     Ik'spI@ri@ns
839   8   extraordinary   adj   Ik'strO:d@n@ri
840   8   extreme         adj   Ik'stri:m
841   8   fall            v     fO:l
842   8   fasten          v     'fA:s@n
843   8   freak           n     fri:k
844   8   gallery         n     'g{l@ri
845   8   gate            n     geIt
846   8   go              n     g@U
847   8   graph           n     gr{f
848   8   guide           n     gaId
849   8   hand luggage    n     'h{nd "lögIdZ
850   8   hang-gliding    n     'h{Î "glaIdIÎ
851   8   haunt           v     hO:nt
852   8   helmet          n     'helm@t
853   8   hi-tech         adj   haI 'tek
854   8   holidaymaker    n     'hÁl@di"meIk@
855   8   include         v     In'klu:d
856   8   industry        n     'Ind@stri
857   8   inflatable      adj   In'fleIt@b@l
858   8   inhabitant      n     In'h{b@t@nt
859   8   inland          adj   'Inl@nd
860   8   Jet Ski         n     'dZet ski:
861   8   journey         n     'dZÆ:ni
862   8   kayak           n     'kaI{k
863   8   life jacket     n     'laIf "dZ{k@t
864   8   locker          n     'lÁk@
865   8   luggage         n     'lögIdZ
866   8   luxury          n     'lökS@ri
867   8   mountain        n     'maUnt@n
868   8   museum          n     mju:'zi:@m
869   8   nightlife       n     'naItlaIf
870   8   outdoor         adj   "aUt'dO:
871   8   outskirts       n     'aUtskÆ:ts
872   8   overhead        adj   "@Uv@'hed
873   8   pad             n     p{d
874   8   palace          n     'p{l@s
875   8   passenger       n     'p{sIndZ@
876   8   passport        n     'pA:spO:t
877   8   percentage      n     p@'sentIdZ
878   8   pie chart       n     'paI tSA:t
879   8   pilot           n     'paIl@t
880   8   platform        n     'pl{tfO:m
881   8   previous        adj   'pri:vi@s
882   8   project         v     pr@'dZekt
883   8   provide         v     pr@'vaId
884   8   raft            n     rA:ft
885   8   rebuild         v     "ri:'bIld
886   8   recommend       v     "rek@'mend
887   8   reservation     n     "rez@'veIS@n
888   8   resident        n     'rez@d@nt
889   8   residential     adj   "rez@'denS@l
890   8   resort          n     rI'zO:t
891   8   restore         v     rI'stO:
892   8   return          adj    rI'tÆ:n
893   8   return          n      rI'tÆ:n
894   8   roll            v      r@Ul
895   8   rope            n      r@Up
896   8   safety          n      'seIfti
897   8   seat belt       n      'si:t belt
898   8   security        n      sI'kjU@r@ti
899   8   sensation       n      sen'seIS@n
900   8   single          n      'sIÎg@l
901   8   situated        adj    'sItSueIt@d
902   8   skating         n      'skeItIÎ
903   8   ski             v      ski:
904   8   sleeping bag    n      'sli:pIÎ b{g
905   8   slide           v      slaId
906   8   snowboarding    n      'sn@U"bO:dIÎ
907   8   sphere          n      sfI@
908   8   statistics      n      st@'tIstIks
909   8   steep           adj    sti:p
910   8   steering        n      'stI@rIÎ
911   8   suburb          n      'söbÆ:b
912   8   surrounding     adj    s@'raUndIÎ
913   8   take            v      teIk
914   8   tartan          n      'tA:tn
915   8   technique       n      tek'ni:k
916   8   thrill          n      TrIl
917   8   thrilling       adj    'TrIlIÎ
918   8   tour            n      tU@
919   8   transparent     adj    tr{n'sp{r@nt
920   8   transport       n      'tr{nspO:t
921   8   travel agent    n      'tr{v@l "eIdZ@nt
922   8   traveller       n      'tr{v@l@
923   8   tunnel          n      'tönl
924   8   undersea        adj    'önd@si:
925   8   view            n      vju:
926   8   water sports    n      'wO:t@ spO:ts
927   8   wet suit        n      'wet su:t
928   8   whitewater      n      'waIt"wO:t@
929   8   winter sports   n      "wInt@ 'spO:ts
930   9   accelerator     n      @k'sel@reIt@
931   9   accident        n      '{ks@d@nt
932   9   according to    prep   .'...
933   9   actress         n      '{ktr@s
934   9   add             v      {d
935   9   admit           v      @d'mIt
936   9   adviser         n      @d'vaIz@
937   9   agree           v      @'gri:
938   9   airfield        n      'e@fi:ld
939   9   apply           v      @'plaI
940   9   armament        n      'A:m@m@nt
941   9   astronomer      n      @'strÁn@m@
942   9   attribute       n      '{tr@bju:t
943   9   babysitter      n      'beIbi"sIt@
944   9   banker          n      'b{Îk@
945   9   benefit         n      'ben@fIt
946   9   blue-collar     adj    blu: 'kÁl@
947   9   brake           n      breIk
 948   9   charge           n          tSA:dZ
 949   9   class            n          klA:s
 950   9   clock            v          klÁk
 951   9   complain         v          k@m'pleIn
 952   9   degree           n          dI'gri:
 953   9   depressed        adj        dI'prest
 954   9   employment       n          Im'plOIm@nt
 955   9   enrol                       In'r@Ul
 956   9   err              v          Æ:
 957   9   error            n          'er@
 958   9   expel            v          Ik'spel
 959   9   experienced      adj        Ik'spI@ri@nst
 960   9   explain          v          Ik'spleIn
 961   9   extract          n          'ekstr{kt
 962   9   fireman          n          'faI@m@n
 963   9   fisherman        n          'fIS@m@n
 964   9   fork-lift        n          'fO:k lIft
 965   9   frightened       adj        'fraItnd
 966   9   full-time        adv        "fUl 'taIm
 967   9   further          adj        fÆ:D@
 968   9   further educationn          "fÆ:D@ ejU'keiS@n
 969   9   glad             adj        gl{d
 970   9   guidance         n          'gaId@ns
 971   9   hairdresser      n          'he@"dres@
 972   9   headline         n          'hedlaIn
 973   9   higher educationn           "haI@ edjU'keIS@n
 974   9   homework         n          'h@UmwÆ:k
 975   9   honours degree n            'Án@z dI"gri:
 976   9   hour             n          aU@
 977   9   incident         n          'Ins@d@nt
 978   9   inexperienced adj           "InIk'spI@ri@nst
 979   9   inspector        n          In'spekt@
 980   9   job              n          dZÁb
 981   9   job centre       n          'dZÁb "sent@
 982   9   key              n          ki:
 983   9   living           n          'lIvIÎ
 984   9   load             v          l@Ud
 985   9   mechanic         n          mI'k{nIk
 986   9   miss             v          mIs
 987   9   missile          n          'mIsaIl
 988   9   misspell         v          "mIs'spel
 989   9   overqualified    adj        @Uv@'kwÁl@faId
 990   9   overtime         n          '@Uv@taIm
 991   9   part-time        adj, adv   "pA:t 'tAIm
 992   9   pay              n          peI
 993   9   permanent        adj        'pÆ:m@n@nt
 994   9   pile             n          paIl
 995   9   play             n          pleI
 996   9   point            v          pOInt
 997   9   pot              n          pÁt
 998   9   presenter        n          prI'zent@
 999   9   pride            n          praId
1000   9   promise          v          'prÁm@s
1001   9   protest          v          pr@'test
1002   9   prove            v          pru:v
1003   9   reply            v          rI'plaI
1004    9   reporter         n     rI'pO:t@
1005    9   reputable        adj   'repj@t@b@l
1006    9   resign           v     rI'zaIn
1007    9   responsible      adj   rI'spÁns@b@l
1008    9   row              n     r@U
1009    9   runway           n     'rönweI
1010    9   sack             v     s{k
1011    9   salary           n     's{l@ri
1012    9   satisfaction     n     "s{t@s'f{kS@n
1013    9   scheme           n     ski:m
1014    9   school-leaver    n     'sku:l "li:v@
1015    9   shop assistant   n     'SÁp @'sIst@nt
1016    9   sit              v     sIt
1017    9   skip             v     skIp
1018    9   soldier          n     's@UldZ@
1019    9   stopwatch        n     'stÁpwÁtS
1020    9   take             v     teIk
1021    9   tearoom          n     'ti:rUm, œru:m
1022    9   temporary        adj   'temp@r@ri
1023    9   threaten         v     'Tretn
1024    9   training         n     'treInIÎ
1025    9   tray             n     treI
1026    9   truant           n     'tru:@nt
1027    9   unemployed       adj   "önIm'plOId
1028    9   wage             n     weIdZ
1029    9   white-collar     adj   "waIt 'kÁl@
1030    9   window cleaner   n     'wInd@U "kli:n@
1031    9   work             n     wÆ:k
1032    9   worker           n     'wÆ:k@
1033    9   workmate         n     'wÆ:kmeIt
1034   10   apartment        n     @'pA:tm@nt
1035   10   armchair         n     'A:mtSe@
1036   10   balcony          n     'b{lk@ni
1037   10   bedsit           n     "bed'sIt
1038   10   block            n     blÁk
1039   10   born             v     bO:n
1040   10   breathe          v     bri:D
1041   10   castle           n     'kA:s@l
1042   10   cemetery         n     'sem@tri
1043   10   chalet           n     'S{leI
1044   10   charming         adj   'tSA:mIÎ
1045   10   city centre      n     sIti 'sent@
1046   10   coatstand        n     'k@Utst{nd
1047   10   cosy             adj   'k@Uzi
1048   10   cottage          n     'kÁtIdZ
1049   10   country          adj   'köntri
1050   10   country          n     'köntri
1051   10   cramped          adj   kr{mpt
1052   10   dash             v     d{S
1053   10   depressing       adj   dI'presIÎ
1054   10   deserted         adj   dI'zÆ:t@d
1055   10   detached         adj   dI't{tSt
1056   10   drown            v     draUn
1057   10   estate           n     I'steIt
1058   10   exaggerate       v     Ig'z{dZ@reIt
1059   10   exterior         n     Ik'stI@ri@
1060   10   fed up             adj   "fed 'öp
1061   10   filthy             adj   'fIlTi
1062   10   front              adj   frönt
1063   10   frown              v     fraUn
1064   10   gasp               v     gA:sp
1065   10   gaze               v     geIz
1066   10   giggle             v     'gIg@l
1067   10   glance             v     glA:ns
1068   10   gorgeous           adj   gO:dZ@s
1069   10   grin               n     grIn
1070   10   grin               v     grIn
1071   10   hall               n     hO:l
1072   10   hardly             adv   'hA:dli
1073   10   honeymoon          n     'hönimu:n
1074   10   hooligan           n     'hu:l@g@n
1075   10   immigrant          n     'Im@gr@nt
1076   10   impress            v     Im'pres
1077   10   land               v     l{nd
1078   10   line               v     laIn
1079   10   lose               v     lu:z
1080   10   luxurious          adj   lög'zjU@ri@s
1081   10   magical            adj   'm{dZIk@l
1082   10   magnificent        adj   m{g'nIf@s@nt
1083   10   mansion            n     'm{nS@n
1084   10   masculine          adj   'm{skj@l@n
1085   10   mention            v     'menS@n
1086   10   mirror             n     'mIr@
1087   10   multimillionaire   n     mölti""mIlj@'ne@
1088   10   niece              n     ni:s
1089   10   notice             v     'n@Ut@s
1090   10   parcel             n     'pA:s@l
1091   10   patio              n     'p{ti@U
1092   10   patio door         n     p{ti@U 'dO:
1093   10   pattern            n     'p{t@n
1094   10   peaceful           adv   'pi:sf@l
1095   10   pleasant           adj   'plez@nt
1096   10   put                v     pUt
1097   10   remote             adj   rI'm@Ut
1098   10   renovate           v     'ren@veIt
1099   10   ruin               n     'ru:In
1100   10   run                v     rön
1101   10   semi-detached      adj   "semi 'dI't{tSt
1102   10   shabby             adj   'S{bi
1103   10   shake              v     'SeIk
1104   10   shudder            v     'Söd@
1105   10   sigh               v     saI
1106   10   soaking            adj   's@UkIÎ
1107   10   social worker      n     's@US@l "wÆ:k@
1108   10   sofa bed           n     's@Uf@ bed
1109   10   spacious           adj   'speIS@s
1110   10   stare              v     ste@
1111   10   storey             n     'stO:ri
1112   10   stroll             v     str@Ul
1113   10   suburb             n     'söbÆ:b
1114   10   sunburn            n     'sönbÆ:n
1115   10   superb             adj   sju:'pÆ:b
1116   10   tacky           adj   't{ki
1117   10   tasteless       adj   'teIstl@s
1118   10   townhouse       n     'taUnhaUs
1119   10   tranquil        adj   'tr{Îkw@l
1120   10   tremble         v     'tremb@l
1121   10   unfurnished     adj   ön'fÆ:nISt
1122   10   uninhabited     adj   "önIn'h{b@t@d
1123   10   unmistakable    adj   "önm@'steIk@b@l
1124   10   upstairs        adv   "öp'ste@z
1125   10   vain            adj   veIn
1126   10   wet             adj   wet
1127   10   whisper         v     'wIsp@
1128   10   yawn            v     jO:n
1129   11   appetite        n     '{p@taIt
1130   11   attractive      adj   @'tr{ktIv
1131   11   bald            adj   bO:ld
1132   11   barber          n     'bA:b@
1133   11   beard           n     bI@d
1134   11   bleach          v     bli:tS
1135   11   body building   n     'bÁdi "bIldIÎ
1136   11   boneless        adj   'b@Unl@s
1137   11   bow tie         n     "b@U 'taI
1138   11   build           n     bIld
1139   11   casual          adj   'k{Zu@l
1140   11   chemical        n     'kemIk@l
1141   11   chest           n     tSest
1142   11   clean-shaven    adj   "kli:n 'SeIv@n
1143   11   complexion      n     k@m'plekS@n
1144   11   cosmetic        n     kÁz'metIk
1145   11   crop            v     krÁp
1146   11   dark            adj   dA:k
1147   11   delicate        adj   'delIk@t
1148   11   deodorant       n     di:'@Ud@r@nt
1149   11   designer        n     dI'zaIn@
1150   11   dimple          n     'dImp@l
1151   11   dreadlocks      n     'dredlÁks
1152   11   dye             v     daI
1153   11   elderly         adj   'eld@li
1154   11   eyebrow         n     'aIbraU
1155   11   fashion         n     f{S@n
1156   11   feminine        adj   'fem@n@n
1157   11   fitness         n     'fItn@s
1158   11   flared          adj   fle@d
1159   11   flatter         v     'fl{t@
1160   11   foot            n     fUt
1161   11   fringe          n     frIndZ
1162   11   goatee          n     g@U'ti:
1163   11   good-looking    adj   "gUd 'lUkÎ
1164   11   hairstyle       n     'he@staIl
1165   11   handsome        adj   'h{ns@m
1166   11   health          n     helT
1167   11   highlight       n     'haIlaIt
1168   11   kilt            n     kIlt
1169   11   length          n     leÎT
1170   11   lip             n     lIp
1171   11   look            v     lUk
1172   11   manicurist      n        'm{nIkjU@rIst
1173   11   masculinity     n        "m{skj@'lIn@ti
1174   11   middle-aged     adj      "mIdl 'eIdZd
1175   11   Mohican         n        m@U'hi:k@n
1176   11   mousse          n        mu:s
1177   11   moustache       n        m@'stA:S
1178   11   mullet          n        'möl@t
1179   11   muscle          n        'mös@l
1180   11   muscular        adj      'möskj@l@
1181   11   neck            n        nek
1182   11   ordinary        adj      'O:d@n@ri
1183   11   overweight      adj      "@Uv@'weIt
1184   11   pain            n        peIn
1185   11   painful         adj      'peInf@l
1186   11   pale            adj      peIl
1187   11   parting         n        'pA:tIÎ
1188   11   patient         n        'peIS@nt
1189   11   perm            n        pÆ:m
1190   11   physique        n        f@'zi:k
1191   11   plait           n        pl{t
1192   11   playful         adj      'pleIf@l
1193   11   plump           adj      plömp
1194   11   ponytail        n        'p@UniteIl
1195   11   poor            adj      pO:
1196   11   posh            adj      pÁS
1197   11   pretty          adj      'prIti
1198   11   razor           n        'reIz@
1199   11   refresh         v        rI'freS
1200   11   remedy          n        'rem@di
1201   11   result          v        rI'zölt
1202   11   scruffy         adj      'skröfi
1203   11   shampoo         n        S{m'pu:
1204   11   shave           v        SeIv
1205   11   shiny           adj      'SaIni
1206   11   shoulder        n        'S@Uld@
1207   11   skinny          adj      'skIni
1208   11   slim            adj      slIm
1209   11   smart           adj      smA:t
1210   11   spiky           adj      'spaIki
1211   11   status symbol   n        'steIt@s "sImb@l
1212   11   stocking        n        'stÁkIÎ
1213   11   straight        adj      streIt
1214   11   stubble         n        'stöb@l
1215   11   stunning        adj      'stönIÎ
1216   11   suitable        adj      'su:t@b@l
1217   11   suntan          n        'sönt{n
1218   11   tanned          adj      t{nd
1219   11   tattoo          n        t@'tu:
1220   11   teens           n        ti:nz
1221   11   thigh           n        TaI
1222   11   throat          n        Tr@Ut
1223   11   tights          n        taIts
1224   11   trim            v        trIm
1225   11   trousers        n        'traUz@z
1226   11   twenty          number   'twenti
1227   11   ugly            adj      'ögli
1228   11   unattractive    adj   ön@'tr{ktIv
1229   11   uncool          adj   ön'ku:l
1230   11   unfashionable   adj   ön'f{S@n@b@l
1231   11   unhygienic      adj   önhaI'dZi:nIk
1232   11   unshaven        adj   ön'SeIv@n
1233   11   untidy          adj   ön'taIdi
1234   11   wavy            adj   'weIvi
1235   11   wealth          n     welT
1236   11   weird           adj   wI@d
1237   11   well-built      adj   "wel 'bIlt
1238   11   well-dressed    adj   "wel 'drest
1239   11   wimp            n     wImp
1240   11   wrinkle         n     'rIÎk@l
1241   12   absolutely      adv   '{bs@'lu:tli
1242   12   acting          n     '{ktIÎ
1243   12   animated        adj   '{n@meIt@d
1244   12   annual          adj   '{nju@l
1245   12   archaeology     n     "A:ki'Ál@dZi
1246   12   art             n     A:t
1247   12   art gallery     n     'A:t "g{l@ri
1248   12   artist          n     'A:t@st
1249   12   attendant       n     @'tend@nt
1250   12   audience        n     'O:di@ns
1251   12   band            n     b{nd
1252   12   bit             n     bIt
1253   12   bother          v     'bÁD@
1254   12   brainy          adj   'breIni
1255   12   brilliant       adj   'brIlj@nt
1256   12   change          n     tSeIndZ
1257   12   character       n     'k{r@kt@
1258   12   cinema          n     'sIn@m@
1259   12   clarify         v     'kl{r@faI
1260   12   classical       adj   'kl{sIk@l
1261   12   clown           n     klaUn
1262   12   comedy          n     'kÁm@di
1263   12   completely      adv   k@m'pli:tli
1264   12   concert         n     'kÁns@t
1265   12   confusing       adj   k@n'fju:zIÎ
1266   12   costume         n     'kÁstjUm
1267   12   country music   n     'köntri "mju:zIk
1268   12   culmination     n     "kölm@'neIS@n
1269   12   curse           n     kÆ:s
1270   12   desperate       adj   'desp@r@t
1271   12   devastate       v     'dev@steIt
1272   12   direct          v     d@'rekt
1273   12   director        n     d@'rekt@
1274   12   discount        n     'dIskaUnt
1275   12   drama           n     'drA:m@
1276   12   drawing         n     'drO:IÎ
1277   12   dreadful        adj   'dredf@l
1278   12   enthusiastic    adj   In"Tju:zi'{stIk
1279   12   exhibition      n     "eks@'bIS@n
1280   12   express         v     Ik'spres
1281   12   extremely       adv   Ik'stri:mli
1282   12   fascinating     adj   'f{s@neItIÎ
1283   12   feature film    n     'fi:tS@ "fIlm
1284   12   festival        n           'fest@v@l
1285   12   festivity       n           fe'stIv@ti
1286   12   final           adj         'faInl
1287   12   flee            v           fli:
1288   12   float           n           fl@Ut
1289   12   found           v           faUnd
1290   12   frame           n           freIm
1291   12   funk            n           föÎk
1292   12   generation      n           "dZen@'reIS@n
1293   12   genre           n           'ZÁnr@
1294   12   grocery store   n           gr@Us@ri "stO:
1295   12   guitar          n           gI'tA:
1296   12   hilarious       adj         hI'le@ri@s
1297   12   hip hop         n           'hIp hÁp
1298   12   hold            v           h@Uld
1299   12   humour          n           'hju:m@
1300   12   instant         adj         'Inst@nt
1301   12   interactive     adj         "Int@r'{ktIv
1302   12   interpretation  n           In"tÆ:pr@'teIS@n
1303   12   interrupt       v           "Int@'röpt
1304   12   jazz            n           dZ{z
1305   12   joke            n           dZ@Uk
1306   12   joy             n           dZOI
1307   12   levee           n           'levi
1308   12   main            adj         meIn
1309   12   mask            n           mA:sk
1310   12   modern          adj         'mÁdn
1311   12   musical         n           'mju:zIk@l
1312   12   musician        n           mju:'zIS@n
1313   12   opera           n           'Áp@r@
1314   12   palm            n           pA:m
1315   12   parade          n           p@'reId
1316   12   perform         v           p@'fO:m
1317   12   performance     n           p@'fO:m@ns
1318   12   Plasticine      n           'pl{stIsi:n
1319   12   playwright      n           'pleIraIt
1320   12   plot            n           plÁt
1321   12   portrait        n           'pO:tr@t
1322   12   pour            v           pO:
1323   12   programme       n           'pr@Ugr{m
1324   12   quarter         n           'kwO:t@
1325   12   quite                       kwaIt
                            adv, quantifier
1326   12   rather                      'rA:D@
                            adv, predeterminer
1327   12   recover         v           rI'köv@
1328   12   refrigerator    n           rI'frIdZ@reIt@
1329   12   refugee         n           "refjU'dZi:
1330   12   reggae          n           'regeI
1331   12   Renaissance     n           rI'neIs@ns
1332   12   rescue          v           'reskju:
1333   12   rhythm and bluesn           "rID@m @n 'blu:z
1334   12   ridiculous      adj         rI'dIkj@l@s
1335   12   rot             v           rÁt
1336   12   ruined          n           'ru:@nd
1337   12   scene           n           si:n
1338   12   screenplay      n           'skri:npleI
1339   12   sculptor        n           'skölpt@
1340   12   sculpture         n     'skölptS@
1341   12   season ticket     n     'si:z@n "tIk@t
1342   12   seller            n     'sel@
1343   12   sense             n     sens
1344   12   shed              n     Sed
1345   12   show              n     S@U
1346   12   silly             adj   'sIli
1347   12   singer            n     'sIÎ@
1348   12   songwriter        n     'sÁÎ"raIt@
1349   12   soundtrack        n     'saUndtr{k
1350   12   special effects   n     "speS@l I'fektz
1351   12   spectacular       adj   spek't{kj@l@
1352   12   stage             n     steIdZ
1353   12   star              v     stA:
1354   12   streetcar         n     'stri:tkA:
1355   12   survivor          n     s@'vaIv@
1356   12   totally           adv   't@Utlœi
1357   12   traditional       adj   tr@'dIS@n@l
1358   12   venue             n     'venju:
1359   12   visual            adj   'vIZu@l
1360   12   walking stick     n     'wO:kIÎ stIk
1361   12   warehouse         n     'we@haUs
1362   12   witty             adj   'wIti
1363   12   wonder            v     'wönd@
1364   12   wreck             v     rek
1365   13   addiction         n     @'dIkS@n
1366   13   addictive         adj   @'dIktIv
1367   13   aerobics          n     e@'r@UbIks
1368   13   ankle             n     '{Îk@l
1369   13   athletics         n     {T'letIks
1370   13   awesome           adj   'O:s@m
1371   13   backache          n     'b{keIk
1372   13   badminton         n     'b{dmInt@n
1373   13   battlefield       n     'b{tlfi:ld
1374   13   blister           n     'blIst@
1375   13   boxing            n     'bÁksIÎ
1376   13   captain           n     'k{pt@n
1377   13   card              n     kA:d
1378   13   champion          n     'tS{mpi@n
1379   13   chase             v     tSeIs
1380   13   chess             n     tSes
1381   13   cold              n     k@Uld
1382   13   console           n     'kÁns@Ul
1383   13   coordination      n     k@U"O:d@'neIS@n
1384   13   corner            n     'kO:n@
1385   13   cough             v     kÁf
1386   13   count             v     kaUnt
1387   13   cricket           n     'krIk@t
1388   13   crossword         n     'krÁswÆ:d
1389   13   cup               n     köp
1390   13   cut               v     köt
1391   13   decent            adj   'di:s@nt
1392   13   desert            n     'dez@t
1393   13   diet              n     'daI@t
1394   13   distinguish       v     dI'stIÎgwIS
1395   13   dizzy             adj   'dIzi
1396   13   downside         n          'daUnsaId
1397   13   draughts         n          drA:fts
1398   13   drug             n          drög
1399   13   educational      adj        "edjU'keIS@n@l
1400   13   event            n          I'vent
1401   13   exercise         n          'eks@saIz
1402   13   exercise         v          'eks@saIz
1403   13   gain             v          geIn
1404   13   gamer            n          'geIm@
1405   13   get              v          get
1406   13   goalkeeper       n          'g@Ul"ki:p@
1407   13   golf             n          gÁlf
1408   13   golf course      n          'gÁlf kO:s
1409   13   graphics         n          'gr{fIks
1410   13   gym              n          dZIm
1411   13   gymnastics       n          dZIm'n{stIks
1412   13   half                        hA:f
                             n, determiner
1413   13   handball         n          'h{ndbO:l
1414   13   healthy          adj        'helTi
1415   13   hill walking     n          'hIl "wO:kIÎ
1416   13   historical       adj        hI'stÁrIk@l
1417   13   hurt             v          hÆ:t
1418   13   ice hockey       n          'aIs "hÁki
1419   13   ice-skate        v          'aIs skeIt
1420   13   imprecise        adj        ImprI'saIs% not exact%The directions were imprecise and confusing.
1421   13   individual       adj        "Ind@'vIdZu@l
1422   13   indoor           adj        'IndO:
1423   13   jigsaw           n          'dZIgsO:
1424   13   jogging          n          'dZÁgIÎ
1425   13   kick             n          kIk
1426   13   level            n          'lev@l
1427   13   long jump        n          'lÁÎ dZömp
1428   13   machine          n          m@'Si:n
1429   13   marathon         n          'm{r@T@n
1430   13   multi-player                "mölti 'pleI@
1431   13   option           n          'ÁpS@n
1432   13   original         adj        @'rIdZIn@l
1433   13   originate        v          @'rIdZ@neIt
1434   13   part             n          pA:t
1435   13   participant      n          pA:'tIs@p@nt
1436   13   penalty          n          'penlti
1437   13   pitch            n          pItS
1438   13   practise         v          'pr{kt@s
1439   13   puzzle           n          'pöz@l
1440   13   racing           n          'reIsIÎ
1441   13   recover          v          rI'köv@
1442   13   referee          n          "ref@'ri:
1443   13   ring             n          rIÎ
1444   13   rink             n          rIÎk
1445   13   rowing machine   n          'r@UIÎ m@"Si:n
1446   13   rugby            n          'rögbi
1447   13   sailing          n          'seIlIÎ
1448   13   score            n          skO:
1449   13   score            v          skO:
1450   13   shape            n          SeIp
1451   13   shoot 'em up     n          'Su:t @m öp
1452   13   shot            n     SÁt
1453   13   ski lift        n     'ski: lIft
1454   13   ski slope       n     'ski: sl@Up
1455   13   sneeze          v     sni:z
1456   13   snowboarding n        'sn@U"bO:dIÎ
1457   13   solitaire       n     "sÁl@'te@
1458   13   spectator       n     spek'teIt@
1459   13   sporting        adj   'spO:tIÎ
1460   13   squash          n     skwÁS
1461   13   stadium         n     'steIdi@m
1462   13   strategy        n     'str{t@dZi
1463   13   substitute      n     'söbst@tju:t
1464   13   swollen         adj   'sw@Ul@n
1465   13   take            v     teIk
1466   13   tennis          n     'ten@s
1467   13   twist           v     'twIst
1468   13   value           n     'v{lju:
1469   13   version         n     'vÆ:S@n
1470   13   virtual reality n     'vÆ:tSu@l ri'{l@ti
1471   13   volleyball      n     'vÁlibO:l
1472   13   vomit           v     'vÁm@t
1473   13   vote            n     v@Ut
1474   13   waste           n     weIst
1475   13   water skiing    n     'wO:t@ "ski:IÎ
1476   13   wind-surfing    n     'wInd"sÆ:fIÎ
1477   13   winner          n     'wIn@
1478   13   work            v     wÆ:k
1479   14   ad              n     {d
1480   14   advert          n     '{dvÆ:t
1481   14   advertisement n       @d'vÆ:tIsm@nt
1482   14   advertising     n     '{dv@taIzIÎ
1483   14   agency          n     'eIdZ@nsi
1484   14   apologise       v     @'pÁl@dZaIz
1485   14   apology         n     @'pÁl@dZi
1486   14   appetising      adj   '{p@taIzIÎ
1487   14   artificial      adj   "A:t@'fIS@l
1488   14   baker           n     'beIk@
1489   14   billboard       n     'bIlbO:d
1490   14   blackcurrant    n     "bl{k'kör@nt
1491   14   blame           v     bleIm
1492   14   bottle          n     'bÁtl
1493   14   broken          adj   'br@Uk@n
1494   14   butcher         n     'bUtS@
1495   14   capture         v     'k{ptS@
1496   14   carton          n     'kA:tn
1497   14   cash            n     k{S
1498   14   cash dispenser n      'k{S dI"spens@
1499   14   cash register   n     'k{S "redZ@st@
1500   14   chain store     n     'tSeIn stO:
1501   14   changing room n       'tSeIndZIÎ ru:m, rUm
1502   14   chemist         n     'kem@st
1503   14   cliché          n     'kli:SeI
1504   14   coincidence     n     k@U'Ins@d@ns
1505   14   commercial      n     k@'mÆ:S@l
1506   14   complaint       n     k@m'pleInt
1507   14   convenience foodn     k@n'vi:ni@ns "fu:d
1508   14   convenient      adj   k@n'vi:ni@nt
1509   14   cook            n     kUk
1510   14   creamy          adj   'kri:mi
1511   14   delicious       adj   dI'lIS@s
1512   14   department storen     dI'pA:tm@nt "stO:
1513   14   dish            n     dIS
1514   14   disruption      n     dIs'röpS@n
1515   14   earphones       n     'I@f@Unz
1516   14   eat             v     i:t
1517   14   exchange        v     Iks'tSeIndZ
1518   14   fancy           v     'f{nsi
1519   14   faulty          adj   'fO:lti
1520   14   fresh           adj   freS
1521   14   frozen          adj   'fr@Uz@n
1522   14   greengrocer     n     'gri:n"gr@Us@
1523   14   grocer          n     'gr@Us@
1524   14   heat            v     hi:t
1525   14   horrific        adj   hÁ'rIfIk
1526   14   income          n     'IÎköm
1527   14   informative     adj   In'fO:m@tIv
1528   14   ingredient      n     In'gri:di@nt
1529   14   juice           n     dZu:s
1530   14   juicy           adj   'dZu:si
1531   14   junk food       n     'dZöÎk fu:d
1532   14   junk mail       n     'dZöÎk meIl
1533   14   lean            adj   li:n
1534   14   mall            n     mO:l
1535   14   marvel          n     'mA:v@l
1536   14   meat            n     mi:t
1537   14   microwave       v     'maIkr@weIv
1538   14   missing         adj   'mIsIÎ
1539   14   natural         adj   'n{tS@r@l
1540   14   newsagent       n     'nju:z"eIdZ@nt
1541   14   nutritious      adj   nju:'trIS@s
1542   14   offer           n     'Áf@
1543   14   offer           v     'Áf@
1544   14   official        adj   @'fIS@l
1545   14   oven            n     'öv@n
1546   14   packed lunch    n     "p{kt 'löntS
1547   14   peel            v     pi:l
1548   14   pet             n     pet
1549   14   plate           n     pleIt
1550   14   polish          n     'pÁlIS
1551   14   precooked       adj   pri:'kUkt
1552   14   refund          n     'ri:fönd
1553   14   replace         v     rI'pleIs
1554   14   replacement     n     rI'pleIsm@nt
1555   14   revolutionary   adj   "rev@'lu:S@n@ri
1556   14   sale            n     seIl
1557   14   salt            n     sO:lt
1558   14   saucepan        n     'sO:sp@n
1559   14   sensational     adj   sen'seIS@n@l
1560   14   serve           v     sÆ:v
1561   14   shake           v     'SeIk
1562   14   shoe            n     Su:
1563   14   shopping centre n     'SÁpIÎ "sent@
1564   14   shopping mall      n     'SÁpIÎ mO:l
1565   14   shopping trolley   n     'SÁpIÎ "trÁli
1566   14   shrink             v     SrIÎk
1567   14   slice              v     slaIs
1568   14   slogan             n     'sl@Ug@n
1569   14   soup               n     su:p
1570   14   spam               n     sp{m
1571   14   special            adj   speS@l
1572   14   stale              adj   steIl
1573   14   stationery         n     'steIS@n@ri
1574   14   stew               n     stju:
1575   14   stock              n     stÁk
1576   14   supermarket        n     'su:p@"mA:k@t
1577   14   sweat              v     swet
1578   14   takeaway           n     'teIk@weI
1579   14   tasty              adj   'teIsti
1580   14   teabag             n     'ti:b{g
1581   14   tinned             adj   tInd
1582   14   tough              adj   töf
1583   14   underwear          n     'önd@we@
1584   14   variety            n     v@'raI@ti
1585   14   vegetarian         n     "vedZ@'te@ri@n
Example of use


Young people look for values and acceptance from people of the same age.
The bombing was an unprovoked act of aggression.
a baggy T-shirt
The boy wore a tracksuit and a baseball cap.
I'm into jazz and folk music.
Beige is my favourite colour.
The book belongs to Alan.
a white satin blouse
a charity bracelet
a brand-new car
a bright red jumper
Guess who I bumped into this morning?
Calm down and tell me what happened.
a delicate gold chain
Several charities sent aid to the flood victims.
Sara had a very happy childhood.
Remember to bring some clean clothes.
She's a member of a local drama club.
a heavy winter coat
long, baggy combat trousers
The two computers have several features in common.
the controversial issue of welfare reform
a cotton shirt
Lee's crazy about cats.
The cathedral dates from the 13th century.
a denim jacket
He dropped his briefcase on a chair.
She was wearing a pair of beautiful diamond earrings.
an exclusive Manhattan hotel
She was wearing thick, black eyeliner.
I'm in the fan club of the Smiths.
Long skirts are fashionable now.
Stop fooling around, you two!
outdoor footwear
Internet discussion forums
a frank exchange of opinions
It's no fun being alone in a big city.
The whole gang will be there next weekend.
You're making too many generalisations.
I've always got on well with Henry.
a rock group
We hung around for about an hour and then left.
Their dog barks a lot but it's harmless.
a health and safety inspector
a trendy baggy top with a hood
I got the impression that Rob didn't like me.
blue jeans
She wears a lot of gold jewellery.
When did you join the Labour Party?
Our team finished second in the league.
a leather belt
Starting a family causes a major change in your lifestyle.
I never wear lipstick.
Luckily the museum was not damaged by the earthquake.
Ginny put on her make-up.
She's wearing eyeliner and mascara.
Let's meet up later.
Are you a member of the tennis club?
People tend to live longer nowadays.
nylon stockings
I get the occasional business trip abroad.
old-fashioned ideas
a game of paintball
the Democratic Party
an old sweater with patches on the elbows
I know it sounds pathetic now, but at the time I was frightened.
Teenagers usually prefer to spend their time with their peers.
A couple of people in my class have piercings.
The US has two main political parties.
We'd prefer to rent the house to a professional couple.
a health care professional
radical legal reforms
The hotel has been renovated and redecorated.
He wore ripped black jeans and a baggy T-shirt.
Young people look for role models in their lives.
the end of the football season
We haven't got enough books for everyone. Some of you will have to share.
a cotton shirt
The streets were crowded with shoppers.
a pair of tennis shorts
a silk shirt
I joined the school film society.
She was late for her sociology lecture.
a blue and white striped shirt
a bracelet studded with diamonds
a very stylish woman
Which football team do you support?
Manchester United supporters
a warm sweater
Which is your favourite baseball team?
a terrified little girl
Text me when you get there.
the world's top tennis players
She was wearing a yellow top.
The boy wore a tracksuit, a baseball cap and white trainers.
white trainers with black stripes
a trendy bar
a stylish cotton T-shirt
a typical Sunday afternoon
Prices typically start at around $600.
The issues being discussed here are not unique to the US.
a return to traditional values
There's too much violence on TV these days.
a woollen scarf
Please accept this small gift.
With a vibrating alert you can receive calls without disturbing other people.
I called, but nobody answered the phone.
Anyway, where do you want to go for lunch?
She apparently caught him in bed with another woman.
It's easy to attach a photo to your email.
a bass guitarist
I need some new batteries for my Walkman.
It's very easy to set up your personal blog.
The new model has a bigger boot.
a brick wall
To record, just press the red button on the remote control.
By the way, Cheryl called while you were out.
Okay, I'll call back around three.
cellular phone users
a chat about the weather
a security check
Double click on 'OK'.
Wait until prices come down before you buy.
Anna has problems communicating in English.
Please hold the line. I'm trying to connect you.
Who owns the copyright of this book?
His picture was on the front cover of Newsweek.
Sometimes I wish I had a crystal ball to tell me the future.
You have to move the cursor onto the toolbar.
Suddenly the battery went dead.
They've just signed a new deal with their record company.
You should back up this file before deleting it.
a demo CD
Sorry, I must have dialled the wrong number.
Josh told me not to disturb him before ten.
Can you print a document for me?
You must download another file to be able to run this program on your computer.
We're looking for a drummer for our school band.
Jean hasn't answered my email yet.
You use too many emoticons in your emails.
Do you know anyone who can fix the bicycle?
The file you want is in the folder ‘My Documents'.
Some websites offer lots of freeware to download.
The band is playing a gig in Sheffield on Saturday.
The car was going too fast.
To send a fax, click on the telephone icon.
an impersonal letter
We were very impressed by the standard of work.
We've installed new anti-virus software.
Lucy interacts well with other children in the class.
Are you on the Internet yet?
inventions such as fax machines and email
To make a call, lift the receiver and put a coin in.
To start your own blog, just click on this link.
He wrote some great music, but the lyrics weren't that good.
I need to make a quick phone call.
He skilfully manipulated the media.
a computer manual
She spoke confidently into the microphone.
Professional people have become increasingly mobile in recent years.
Greg is away - you can call his mobile.
My mobile phone is out of order.
online banking
an oral report
The photocopier is out of order again.
Have we got any paperclips in the office?
Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone in 1876.
You can look her number up in the phone book.
Most public telephones only take phonecards nowadays.
Pick up the receiver and dial the number.
to put the plug in the socket
a portable television
I must post that letter to Clare today.
To send a fax, just press the red button.
The poster is printed on recycled paper.
a word processing program
a public swimming pool
He was always very nice to her in public.
a book that was first published in 1851
I received a call from my insurance company.
to lift the receiver
I must recharge the batteries.
a record company
The car is registered in my sister's name.
The ring tone is what you hear when someone calls your mobile.
The two teams had always been rivals.
I'm saving up to buy a car.
The sunlight was reflecting off the screen.
You use a search engine to find what you want on the Internet.
Seriously though, I think Toby likes you.
In 1976, he set up his own import-export business.
signal strength
a chat site
Put the plug in the socket.
I've got a sore throat.
to remove aggressive spyware
All my old clothes are stored in the loft.
I couldn't use my mobile because the signal strength was too low.
the subject of an email
Switch on the light, please.
I always feel excited when a plane is taking off.
The system will send a text message to your mobile phone.
Please leave a message after the tone.
Move the cursor onto the toolbar and click on ‘Format'.
Can you turn down your radio? I'm trying to work.
Type your password, then press ‘Return'.
The vocal chords vibrate as air passes over them.
If you think an email has a virus, you must delete it immediately.
Our telephone company offers free voice mail service.
Can you turn down the volume on the TV?
For more information on weight loss and healthy eating, visit our website.
The baby weighs 12 pounds.
weight lifting
racial abuse
There was some accidental damage
The accused was calm and didn't show any emotions.
He was wrong, but he won't admit it.
mental anguish
Kids as young as eight are turning to vandalism, petty crime, and other forms of antisocial behaviour.
She went to hospital suffering from anxiety.
The criminal was arrested.
The average temperature in July is around 35° C.
Charlie's been banned from driving for a year.
a barbaric act of terrorism
Will the lawyers come up to the bench, please?
She was convicted for blackmail.
The bridge was blown up by terrorists.
to play a board game
I wanted a break from university life.
Sharon broke her leg skiing.
A 15-year-old boy bullied other children and stole their money and valuables.
The police finally caught the burglar.
Most burglaries happen at night.
a beer can
Your father will need constant medical care.
What was the cause of the fire?
a bowl of cereal
a US citizen
Ask Louie; he claims to be an expert.
Brady committed a series of brutal murders.
The vandals have been sentenced to 100 hours community service.
Dr Hawkins received £15,000 in compensation.
It is still too early to reach a conclusion on this point.
It didn't take long for her to confess.
the local cop
the European Court of Justice
When the judge returned to the courtroom, everyone stood up.
There was very little crime when we moved here.
You must give way to any pedestrians on the crossing.
A crowd gathered to watch the parade.
The court awarded him £15,000 in damages.
Many people believe that the death penalty is justified in some cases.
The building was completely destroyed by fire.
an effective deterrent to car thieves
When Mary visited Blackpool she went for a ride on the famous donkeys.
two dozen eggs
The man has been found guilty of drink-driving.
Average earnings in Europe have risen by 3%.                               .
Electronic tagging is a form of punishment.
He refused to give evidence at the trial.
She failed to report an accident.
a fair trial
He gave the police false information.
a parking fine
our local fire station
The boy placed the firecracker on the grass and ran away quickly.
He offered to do the work for free.
Has the house got a garage?
The two men got away in a red Volkswagen.
colourful graffiti
security guards
Her greatest punishment is the guilt she must be feeling.
These men are guilty of murder.
She hesitated before answering his question.
How can I contact the homeowner?
It is illegal to park your car here.
People used to be imprisoned in the Tower of London.
serious head injuries
Why don't you do something, instead of just talking about it?
How dare you insult my wife like that!
an insurance company
What an irresponsible attitude!
The criminal was sentenced to 60 days in jail.
Judge Hart gave Scott an 18-month prison sentence.
members of the jury
Children have a strong sense of justice.
Your complaints are certainly justified.
Police appealed for witnesses after a woman was kidnapped.
The police are still looking for the girl's killer.
There was a loud knock at the door.
I knocked and knocked but nobody answered the door.
Paul is studying to become a lawyer.
What the company has done is perfectly legal.
The judge was criticised for being too lenient.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder.
Anyone caught dropping litter will be fined.
What does the word 'Konbanwa' mean?
She needs urgent medical treatment.
a child's mental development
Why are you looking so miserable?
a coffee mug
I was young and naive.
Dad usually takes a nap in the afternoon.
the noise of the traffic
Sorry to be a nuisance, but could I use your phone?
His opponent is twice as big as he is.
He sat down and ordered a beer.
His warning produced a wave of panic.
Stay where you are and don't panic!
a penalty of £50 for not paying your bus fare
old age pensioners
Quick! Call the police!
His wife is a police officer.
a prison sentence
Police recovered some of the stolen property.
tougher punishments for criminals
racial abuse
It took four days for the letter to reach me.
a rehabilitation programme
a police report on the accident
Who reported the fire?
a manager with responsibility over 100 staff
The two men were jailed for robbing a jeweller's.
a train robbery
bank security guards
a ten-year sentence for robbery
He was sentenced to six years in prison.
The police finally caught the serial killer.
severe head injuries
She was accused of shoplifting.
He ignored the 'No Smoking' sign.
a police siren
The Governor does not want to seem soft on crime.
I got a ticket for speeding.
the Statue of Liberty
Someone stole my passport.
The victim of the accident sued the insurance company for lost earnings.
My mother still suffers a lot of pain in her leg.
The boy who bullied other children was suspended for two weeks.
a two-year suspended sentence
Passengers should report any bags that seem suspicious.
She doesn't smoke, drink, or swear.
a murder trial
It's very unusual to have snow in April.
Please deposit your valuables in the hotel safe.
The young boy was caught and accused of vandalism.
victims of the earthquake
a blond wig
She lets her children run wild.
There were no witnesses to the accident.
a young girl with great musical ability
My daughter Julie doesn't think adolescence is the happiest time in one's life.
After a few drinks he became very aggressive.
All the bad weather here makes me appreciate home.
A baby was crying upstairs.
You behaved bravely in a very difficult situation.
Can TV shows affect children's behaviour?
Trisha is so big-headed!
Henry has been blind from birth.
We try to provide a challenging program for our students.
the characteristics of a good manager
a chubby little boy with a cheeky grin
It's comforting to know I can call my parents any time.
The instructions are much too complicated.
I want to concentrate on my career for a while before I have kids.
He was always kind and considerate.
a convincing argument
critics of single-sex schools
crucial decisions involving millions of dollars
Her husband's death was a cruel blow.
a debate on crime and punishment
a strong, decisive leader
patients who depend on regular blood transfusions
The documentary included a lot of historical detail.
They were always very diplomatic with clients.
That's a disgusting thing to say.
The government has a duty to provide education.
emotional problems
Cheaper tickets might encourage people to use public transport.
camping equipment
Over half of the staff is female.
As a group, females performed better on the test than males.
The new student had a hard time fitting in.
Grandpa's getting forgetful in his old age!
a useful little gadget for cutting tomatoes
You can't be denied a job simply on the grounds of gender.
As you get to know the city, I'm sure you'll like it better.
When I saw their gloomy faces, I knew something was wrong.
People love hearing gossip about film stars.
He looked at the gold with greedy eyes.
Tricia's hobby is gardening.
male and female hormones
We thanked our host and left the party.
We thanked our hostess and left the party.
Sandra was hopelessly impractical around the house.
a weak, indecisive leader
Vince used his influence with the union to get his nephew a job.
insensitive questions about her divorce
His main interests are reading and photography.
You should learn to trust your intuition.
Can I join you?
She's easy to talk to, and very laid-back.
Many women earn less than their male colleagues.
Police described her attacker as a white male aged about 17.
mechanical engineering
military history
More and more men are refusing to do military service.
It's difficult to talk to teenagers about drugs without sounding too moralistic.
A car is a necessity for this job.
This dress makes me look fat.' 'Nonsense, you look great!'
People entering the shop are under no obligation to buy.
You have to ask permission if you want to leave early.
books, clothes, and other personal belongings
Personally, I think it's a bad idea.
Genetic factors may also play a role.
Beth decided that she wanted to start her own business, and began to explore the possibilities.
She's a very practical person.
As the comedian got older his act became repetitive and his jokes predictable.
a colour printer
a prohibition on Sunday trading
Her father is stubborn and quick-tempered.
She was late for the rehearsal again.
My parents had a strong relationship.
The neighbourhood used to have a very bad reputation.
Drinks are available on request.
He is doing research for a book on the Middle Ages.
Conner spent eight years researching the history of the group.
Paul always sends me roses on my birthday.' 'How romantic!'
Do you know the rules of the game?
Why are you being so selfish?
a sensible decision
a sensitive and caring person
Always keep cooked and raw food separate.
I don't care what sex the baby is.
a single-sex school
I'm not a sociable person.
People don't socialise with their neighbours as much as they used to.
skaters spinning on the ice
racist stereotypes in the media
Her parents are very strict.
a stubborn woman
Read the article and write a summary of it.
Your computer is far superior to mine.
supporters of the idea
a sympathetic nurse
Not many people sympathise with his political views.
My kids are extremely talkative.
an active toddler
My parents were very tolerant when I was a teenager.
I keep in touch with my old school friends.
Why do you always treat me like a child?
unpredictable weather
Her father was cold and unsympathetic.
He had a strict upbringing.
Men are so vain.
violent criminals
The plan has strengths and weaknesses.
sulphuric acid
an adaptable animal species
a film about aliens from Mars
When she went back to her hometown, she found it had hardly altered.
vast amounts of litter
travel arrangements
cigarette ash
There is no exact place where the atmosphere ends.
a terrorist attack
trees lining the river bank
a ban on chemical and biological weapons
Thick smoke had completely blocked out the light.
bombs dropping on the city
You'll make yourself ill if you carry on working like that.
Heavy traffic is causing long delays on the freeway.
You got the job? Let's celebrate!
These trees have been here for several centuries.
I'll have the cheesecake please.
a chemical reaction
Our plane circled the airport several times.
a hot and humid climate
A cloud of steam rose into the air.
There were cockroaches everywhere!
Australia was colonised in the 18th century.
the complex nature of the human mind
The safety procedure had been ignored, with tragic consequences.
craters on the moon's surface
Did you put the meeting date in your diary?
an air disaster in which 329 people died
They offered to double my salary if I stayed with the company.
The government is doing everything to beat the drought.
The truck drove off in a cloud of dust.
a massive undersea earthquake
a car engine
laws to protect the environment
a flu epidemic
Pompeii was destroyed when the volcano erupted in 79AD.
a political system that has evolved over several centuries
Pandas could become extinct in the wild.
Put your tests face down on the desk.
He faced a lot of problems in his short life.
I had fantasies about becoming a racing driver.
forest fires
What time is the next flight to Miami?
homes washed away by floods
The whole team has got flu.
She gave up smoking after 40 years.
global environmental issues
The quantity of greenhouse gases is still increasing.
Where are you heading?
He became a local hero after saving a boy's life.
The HIV virus can develop into AIDS.
the danger to humanity of pollution
Hurricanes move over water.
Do you want some ice in your drink?
The impact of the crash made her car turn over.
Crime in the city is on the increase.
The population of this town has increased dramatically.
In 1918 influenza killed 20 million people.
intelligent creatures
His intention is to make the company the most successful in Europe.
an irrational fear of spiders
He's in jail for killing a policeman.
After 21 days at sea, we saw land.
a stream of molten lava
social problems that have led to an increase in the crime rate
leisure activities such as sailing and swimming
We will probably discover intelligent life somewhere else in the universe in my lifetime.
mass migration
a massive dog
What would happen if a very large meteor hit the Earth?
a meteorite impact
mass migration
She has an excellent mind.
Do you mind waiting here a minute?
molten metal
His clothes and shoes were covered in mud.
a nuclear bomb
You're a real optimist.
Let's be optimistic.
the AIDS pandemic
The party could lose its majority in parliament.
We're out of petrol.
Mercury is the smallest planet.
nuclear power
The data can be used to make useful economic predictions.
The probability of winning the lottery is really very low.
The probable cause of the plane crash was ice on the wings.
It's quality that's important, not quantity.
The new software package replaces the old one.
I made a New Year's resolution to stop smoking.
a country rich in natural resources
a severe earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale
Smoke rose from the chimney.
risks involved in starting a small business
industrial robots
There was an outbreak of SARS to the east of the city. (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
What scale do they use for measuring wind speed?
a science fiction film
Carl is a scientist at the Nuclear Institute.
a royal servant
food shortages
solar energy
This office is a mess - I must sort it out!
an endangered species
a spontaneous decision
There's been a rise in the number of suicides among young men.
a cloud of sulphuric acid
His son will take over the business.
the achievements of modern technology
high temperatures
a terrorist attack
the threat of famine
a train timetable
Would you like to live in the tropics?
the tsunami of 2004
everything in the universe
vast deserts
The island has several active volcanoes.
nuclear war
a wasteful use of resources
Huge waves were crashing into the sides of the boat.
The police are still looking for the murder weapon.
The dog ran off whimpering.
We walked home through the wind and the rain.
Whole towns were wiped out.
Above all, I would like to thank my parents.
Tim absolutely adores his older brother.
Humans are descended from apes.
The Christmas lights gave the house a festive appearance.
an aquarium with amazing tropical fish
an arrogant, selfish man
The bats came out at night.
Honey is made by bees.
There are many different types of beetle.
strange beings from outer space
Biologists believe the dolphin is one of the most intelligent animals.
a strong body
I found Jessie climbing a bookshelf in the living room the other day!
Jorge suffered brain damage in the accident.
He breeds cattle.
the butterfly house
a bird in a cage
We rode a camel in Egypt.
Hunters camouflage the traps with leaves and branches.
They obviously enjoy each other's company.
The two ideas are closely connected.
The system has been copied by other organisations, and has worked well.
We should respect all living creatures.
Crocodiles have very sharp teeth.
The crows of the Tower of London are very famous.
Kostas swam with dolphins.
You're drunk.
Eagles are an endangered species.
the eel swam by
a herd of elephants
Smoking seriously endangers your health.
It is essential to check the oil level regularly.
He worked so hard that eventually he made himself ill.
Greenpeace believes that whales are in danger of extinction.
Have you fed the baby yet?
The cat has fleas again.
shoes with flexible rubber soles
There were flies all over the food.
Foxes can be found in many urban areas.
The water pipes may freeze if you don't leave your heating on.
Her teacher is worried about her frequent absences from class.
a fur coat
He is old and unpopular. Furthermore, he has at best only two years of political life ahead of him.
an article about genetics
Tom could feel his heart beating faster.
a herd of cattle
Fred had to feed the horses.
the human voice
Some animals are not easy for humans to understand.
These dogs have been trained to hunt.
an ideal place for a picnic
He had always been more independent than his other brothers.
Please write in black ink.
a mother's instinctive love
The magazine carries an intriguing mixture of high fashion, gossip and racing.
Detectives are investigating a brutal murder.
a research laboratory
It's a good little car, but it has its limitations.
The lions lay under the tree.
You can go as long as you're back by four o'clock.
a sweet loveable child
a loyal friend
mammals such as horses and dogs
man-made fabrics
His lack of maturity makes him unsuitable for such a responsible job.
She's got a good memory for faces.
a small furry animal with a long tail and a pointed nose
the mouth of a river
Octopuses have a very complex nervous system.
a quiet and obedient child
psychologists observing child behaviour
a sea creature with a soft body and eight tentacles
Opponents of zoos say that they are cruel.
a big African bird with long legs that cannot fly
Owls areiusually nocturnal birds.
There were peacocks strutting in the courtyard
Penguins can survive in very cold conditions
a chemical used in pest control
The farmer had seven pigs.
The fisherman caught three pike in the lake.
Plankton is made up of tiny plants.
pointless violence on TV
Lions and tigers are predators.
They sold the company at a huge profit.
The equipment is perfectly safe, provided (that) it is used in the right way.
a professor of psychology
a disease that is very rare among children
There was a dead rat on the cellar steps.
Ravens circled overhead.
We're trying to recreate the conditions of everyday life in Stone Age times.
We saw a herd of reindeer in the forest.
research into the causes of cancer
rotten apples
the need for economic sacrifice
smoked salmon
Jane has a pet scorpion.
The sheets felt cool against her skin.
Are cats solitary creatures?
I came as soon as I heard the news.
highly sophisticated weapons systems
a spider's web
The tournament is sponsored by a tobacco company.
a red and white spotted dress
Sarah is an excellent sprinter.
She stood at the bus stop stamping her feet.
They collected sticks to start the fire.
Don't stick your tongue out at me!
Jamie was stung by a bee.
The children saw a stork fly by.
a stressful meeting
There's a striking similarity between the two girls.
The operation will increase his chances of survival.
Only one person survived the crash.
an elephant's trunk
urban areas
The dog was whining next door.
My grandfather was a very wise man.
The early bird catches the worm.
The herd of zebra crossed the river.
Our knowledge of zoology is increasing.
Winning the championship is quite an achievement.
my new acquaintance
Jo's addicted to computer games.
The main aim of the course is to improve your spoken English.
Her ambition is to climb Mount Everest.
an application form
I'm sorry I missed our appointment.
royal aristocrats
More than 2000 people are expected to attend this year's conference.
Can I have your attention, please.
an audition for the lead part
Can I have your autograph?
The Senator arrived, surrounded by personal bodyguards.
an act of great bravery
Paul spent most of his career as a teacher.
interviewing celebrities on television
the challenge of a new job
I don't have a chance of passing the test tomorrow.
I'll send over my chauffeur to pick you up.
my personal coach
He's one of the top American comedians.
Bart's a complete idiot!
to pay compliments
With all this noise, it's hard to concentrate.
She showed great courage throughout her long illness.
When he finished, we sat and cried with laughter.
Mike's got a date tonight.
determination to succeed
a country with economic difficulties
a diploma in mechanical engineering
Neil has done much better at school this year.
She earns nearly £30,000 a year.
It takes a lot of time and effort to organise a concert.
with a lot of enthusiasm
Winston is not someone who accepts failure easily.
She won fame as a singer before she became an actress.
a familiar face
It's not my fault we missed the bus.
financial transactions
Tony flunked Chemistry last semester.
an application form
Bruce had finally fulfilled his dream of becoming a racing driver.
a young graduate
I graduated in 2004.
a grand ceremony at the Palace
I inherited the house from my uncle.
We need someone who can inspire the team.
a ski instructor
We would like to invite you to attend an interview on Tuesday.
Why do you keep on going there?
The only thing she lacks is experience.
At least 150 people were killed in the earthquake.
a lively debate
Don't you feel lonely living on your own?
an Olympic gold medal
Try to memorise this poem.
How did you do on the test?' 'Oh, I really messed up.'
an American millionaire
to become a monk
a mysterious illness
The narrator is a young graduate.
Are you Jill?' he asked. She smiled and nodded.
Women still have to overcome many obstacles to gain equality.
an odd sock
I'm trying to overcome my fear of flying.
It's your own fault that you failed.
Gino's worried he's not going to pass his English exam.
After waiting for half an hour I ran out of patience.
The shop assistant told me I could only pay (in) cash.
Several thousand people came to hear the Pope speak.
the problem of racial prejudice in the police force
the pressures of modern life
Joan read the letter in the privacy of her own room.
a job that demands the qualities of honesty and integrity
They listened in respectful silence.
I've got to revise my Geography.
Her problem is that she lacks self-confidence.
smooth skin
social life
I spilled coffee on my shirt.
a German spy
a woman who succeeded in politics
talented young players
Finding the killer is not going to be an easy task.
She tore her dress on a chair.
I'm afraid Tim just isn't up to the job.
You need to make more of an effort to keep up-to-date with what's going on.
wealthy landowners
Who do you think will win the gold medal?
It's worth checking the details of the contract before you sign it.
The baby had been abandoned outside a hospital in Liverpool.
after-school activities
The police are adopting more forceful methods.
There's nothing like a good horror film to get the adrenalin going.
Will you arrange transport from the airport to the hotel?
Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat?
ancient Rome
The winner of the competition will be announced shortly.
Dillon made the announcement at a news conference.
Passengers in rows 25 to 15 may now board the plane.
Check in your luggage and get your boarding card.
I booked a table for two.
hiking boots
Test your brakes after driving through water.
a travel brochure
Do you fancy bungee jumping?
the cabin crew
My flight was cancelled.
What's the capital of Poland?
a weather chart
the check-in desk
She was standing near the edge of the cliff.
rock climbing
the Pacific coast
the volume control on the television
the beauty of the English countryside
The children were playing in the courtyard.
members of the cabin crew.
The book is dedicated to his mother.
Michigan defeated USC in Saturday's game.
The passengers were told that there was a delay of 30 minutes with this flight.
We've decided to delay the trip until next month.
Check in at the airport an hour before departure.
While you wait in the departure lounge, you can do some shopping at the duty-free shop.
Look at the departures board.
the check-in desk
Allow plenty of time to get to your destination.
A very helpful woman gave me directions to the police station.
a pleasant suburban district
We went diving on the coral reef.
The flight from Munich was due at 7:48 pm.
a duty-free shop
He fell over and hurt his elbow.
No previous experience is required.
The company is experiencing problems with its computer system.
Ellington had an extraordinary musical talent.
Have you ever done any extreme sports?
Temperatures may fall below zero tonight.
Fasten your seat belts.
Carrot juice is a favourite with health freaks.
the Uffizzi gallery in Florence
Passengers are requested to proceed to gate number 6.
Can I have a go on your guitar?
a graph showing population growth over 50 years
a tour guide
How much hand luggage have you got?
I did some hang-gliding last summer.
a ship haunted by ghosts of sea captains
a motorcycle helmet
a new high-tech camera
Crete offers just about everything a holidaymaker can wish for.
Service is included in the bill.
Italy's thriving tourist industry
an inflatable mattress
the inhabitants of our village
an inland sea
Have you ever piloted a Jet Ski?
a long car journey
Let's rent a kayak.
Your life jacket is under your seat.
Put your hand luggage in the overhead locker.
They searched his luggage for illegal drugs.
a luxury hotel
the Swiss mountains
an art museum
Las Vegas is famous for its nightlife.
an outdoor swimming pool
a residential district on the outskirts of the city
an overhead locker
elbow pads
Buckingham Palace
Neither the driver nor the passengers were hurt.
passport control
The percentage of school leavers that go to university is about five per cent.
the information in the pie chart
an airline pilot
Which platform does the train leave from?
previous experience
projected sales for next year
The project is designed to provide young people with work.
to build a raft
The entire city centre had to be rebuilt.
Can you recommend a local restaurant?
a dinner reservation
UK residents
a residential area
a beach resort
He likes restoring old cars.
a return ticket to Leeds
a return to Harlow
The ball rolled across the lawn.
They tied a rope around the dog's neck.
Hundreds of people were led to safety after the explosion.
to fasten your seat belt
airport security checks
The announcement caused a sensation.
a single to Liverpool
The hotel is situated on the lakeside.
We went skating in Central Park.
Can you ski?
a warm sleeping bag
He slid down the mountain.
to go snowboarding
The earth is a sphere.
the latest crime statistics
a steep hill
power steering
I live in the suburbs.
We decided to explore the surrounding countryside.
I'll take the subway home.
a tartan scarf
pencil drawing techniques
the thrill of driving a fast car
a thrilling end to the game
We had a guided tour of the museum.
transparent plastic
Buses are the main form of public transport.
The travel agent recommended the trip to Luxemburg.
frequent travellers to France
the Channel Tunnel
undersea life
There was a beautiful view of the mountains from our hotel room.
Have you ever done any water sports?
You will be provided with a wet suit, a helmet and special gloves.
whitewater rafting
Are you fond of winter sports?
the accelerator pedal
Her parents were killed in a car accident.
According to our records she never paid her bill.
I've always wanted to become an actress.
And I don't care what you think,' she added.
Okay, so maybe I was a little bit scared,' Jenny admitted.
a financial adviser
The boss would never agree to such a plan.
This airfield hasn't been used since World War II.
Perhaps I really should apply for this job.
nuclear armaments
the famous astronomer
What attributes should a good manager possess?
I earn some extra money from babysitting.
the British Bankers Association
There are obvious benefits for computer users.
Blue-collar workers receive their wages weekly.
Test your brakes after driving through water.
Rodriguez is in charge of the LA office.
We were in the same class at school.
I clock in at 8:30.
Local kids complained that there was nowhere for them to play.
a law degree
She felt lonely and depressed.
Students start looking for employment when they leave college.
30 students have enrolled on the cookery course.
To err is human.
a computer error
James was expelled from university for taking drugs.
a very experienced pilot
Wait! I can explain everything.
an extract from ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream'
Two firemen died in the fire.
offshore fishermen
a fork-lift driver
Don't be frightened. No one's going to hurt you.
a full-time job
Are there any further questions?
Most school-leavers go on to further and higher education.
I'm glad to hear you're feeling better.
careers guidance
The hairdresser dyed my hair.
a newspaper headline
Most school-leavers go on to further and higher education.
Fiona was lying on the floor doing her homework.
Fiona graduated with an honours degree.
the long hours worked by hospital doctors
Anyone who saw the incident should contact the police.
an inexperienced driver
a health and safety inspector
What's your job?
When I saw the jobs on offer at the job centre, I was disappointed.
Preparation is the key to success.
My son is proud to be earning his living.
It took an hour to load the van.
a car mechanic
The professor failed Tracy because she had missed too many classes.
nuclear missiles
I misspelled the word 'protruding'.
I'm having trouble finding another job - everyone says I'm overqualified.
He's been doing a lot of overtime recently.
a part-time job
workers striking for higher pay
a permanent job
a pile of books
We went to see a new play by Tom Stoppard at the National Theatre.
I could see him pointing at me and telling the other guests what I had said.
a pot of honey
a TV presenter
It hurt his pride when his wife left him.
Dad's promised to take us to Disneyland.
That's not true!' she protested angrily.
They have evidence to prove that she is guilty.
Of course,' she replied.
a TV reporter
a reputable company
He resigned before he was sacked.
He is responsible for loading boxes onto supermarket lorries.
a row of houses
the airport runway
Campbell was sacked for coming in drunk.
She earns a good salary.
What is more important for you - money or job satisfaction?
a government training scheme for young people
a shortage of jobs for school-leavers
Let's ask the shop assistant for help.
to sit an exam
Let's skip the next question.
an enemy soldier
She set her stopwatch and ran as fast as she could.
I rang my boss and arranged to take some time off.
We met in a tearoom nearby.
temporary accommodation
I was threatened with jail if I published the story.
a training course
The waiter dropped his tray and broke a couple of glasses.
Nick played truant seven times this month.
an unemployed teacher
He earns a good wage.
Fraud is often a white-collar crime.
The window cleaner is coming next Tuesday.
I've been out of work for seven months.
Fifty workers lost their jobs.
My workmates like me.
a luxurious apartment
a comfortable armchair
a nice flat with a small balcony
I found a bedsit not far from my office.
a block of flats
One-third of all children are born into single-parent families.
The doctor made me breathe in while he listened to my chest.
an old castle
The general is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
a mountain chalet
What a charming house!
Their office is in the city centre.
I placed my coat on the coatstand.
a cosy room
a charming cottage
country people
I've always lived in the country.
The kitchen was small and cramped.
Olive dashed into the room, grabbed her bag, and ran out again.
It's a depressing thought.
At night the streets are deserted.
Try to take a more detached view.
Over a hundred people were drowned when the ferry sank.
a housing estate
Charlie says that everyone in New York has a gun, but I'm sure he's exaggerating.
repairs to the exterior of the building
She was fed up with being treated like a servant.
Doesn't he ever wash that jacket? It's filthy.
the front door
Mel frowned and pretended to ignore me.
As the flames reached the roof, the crowd gasped in alarm.
Nell was still gazing out of the window.
Jackie giggled nervously.
He didn't even glance at her.
What a gorgeous sunny day!
I'm getting married,' said Clare, with a big grin.
She grinned at me, her eyes sparkling.
The bathroom's just down the hall on the right.
Hardly anyone writes to me these days.
Jen and Dave are going to Alaska on their honeymoon.
football hooligans
immigrant workers
She dresses like that to impress people.
Has her flight landed yet?
Crowds lined the route to the palace.
Danny's always losing his keys.
They stayed in a luxurious hotel.
a magical evening beneath the stars
a magnificent painting
a mansion in a large park
a masculine voice
Cooper wasn't mentioned in the article.
He glanced at his reflection in the mirror.
an American multimillionaire
On Saturday my niece had a birthday party.
I said 'hello', but she didn't notice.
The parcel arrived today.
An architect designed our patio.
We want to install a patio door to the backyard in our living room.
a pattern of small red and white squares
a peaceful day in the country
a pleasant surprise
I don't know how you put up with all this noise.
a remote planet
The building has just been renovated.
the ruins of a bombed-out office block
They ran out of money and had to abandon the project.
We bought a nice semi-detached house in the suburbs.
a shabby old jacket
His hands were shaking.
Gwen shuddered as she described the man who had attacked her.
The police inspector sighed and shook his head.
You're soaking! Come in and dry off.
A social worker visits them regularly.
We bought some new furniture - a table, four chairs and a sofa bed.
a spacious room
Stop staring at me!
a five-storey house
We strolled along the beach.
a semi-detached house in the suburbs
a sunburned face
a superb cook
tacky furniture
tasteless ornaments
townhouses from the nineteenth century
a tranquil little town
His voice trembled as he spoke.
an unfurnished bedsit to let
an uninhabited island
the unmistakable taste of garlic
Her office is upstairs on your right.
Doctors tried in vain to save his life.
wet clothes
She whispered something in my ear.
He looked at his watch and yawned.
Don't eat now, you'll spoil your appetite.
an attractive young woman
My brother's started going bald.
The barber shaved my head.
My English teacher has got a goatee beard.
bleached hair
Have you ever done any body building?
a slice of boneless bacon
a smart suit with a red bow tie
Maggie is tall with a slim build.
I usually wear casual clothes.
dangerous chemicals
the chest muscles
a suntanned, clean-shaven man
a pale complexion
a new range of cosmetics
He cropped his hair short.
dark hair
The sun can easily damage a child's delicate skin.
an effective deodorant
a fashion designer
My brother's got dimples and a goatee beard.
I used to wear dreadlocks when I was younger.
Sam's dyed his hair green.
an elderly woman with white hair
bushy eyebrows
Shoes like that went out of fashion years ago.
feminine clothes
exercises to improve physical fitness
flared trousers
She wore a dress that flattered her plump figure.
tiny feet
a tall girl with straight brown hair and a fringe
He's got dimples and a goatee beard.
a really good-looking guy
a punk hairstyle
a tall, handsome young officer
Smoking can damage your health.
Highlights can improve the appearance of your hair.
Men in Scotland sometimes wear kilts.
What's the length of the room?
a kiss on the lips
She looks a little plump.
Emily is going to the manicurist's this afternoon.
boys trying to prove their masculinity
a middle-aged man
I wore a Mohican when I was young.
hair styling mousse
He's shaved off his moustache.
Mel Gibson wore a mullet in some of his films.
Weight lifting will strengthen your arm muscles.
strong, muscular arms
a long, slender neck
It looks like an ordinary car, but it has a very special type of engine.
I'm ten pounds overweight.
I woke up in the night with terrible stomach pains.
Her ankle was swollen and painful.
Jan looked tired and pale.
hair with a parting
The doctors were unable to save the patient's life.
I've decided to have a perm.
a man with a powerful physique
Jenny wore her hair in plaits.
a playful little kitten
a sweet, plump little girl
a little girl with a ponytail
poor appetite
a posh restaurant
What a pretty little girl!
an electric razor
A shower will refresh you.
herbal remedies
a fire that resulted in the death of two children
a scruffy kid
a delicate shampoo
I cut myself while I was shaving.
shiny leather boots
shoulder-length hair
Some supermodels are far too skinny.
You're looking a lot slimmer - have you lost weight?
You look smart. Are you going anywhere special?
short black spiky hair
A Rolls Royce is seen as a status symbol.
a pair of silk stockings
a straight line
a good-looking guy with stubble
You look stunning in that dress.
Is this salad suitable for vegetarians?
Where did you get your suntan?
He had a tanned face and clear eyes.
He has a tattoo of a snake on his left arm.
She got married when she was still in her teens.
muscular thighs
I have a sore throat.
I never wear tights.
My hair needs trimming.
flared trousers
She was in her early twenties when I met her.
ugly modern buildings
an unattractive man
Have you seen his shorts? They are just so uncool!
Smoking has become very unfashionable within the last ten years.
unhygienic conditions
an unshaven man of about sixty
My son is so untidy.
wavy hair
a family of great wealth
I've just had a really weird phone call from Michael.
For well-built men like him, air travel can be uncomfortable.
an attractive, well-dressed young woman
Don't be such a wimp!
He had grey hair and wrinkles in his face.
Are you absolutely sure?
The acting was quite good, but the plot was a bit silly.
an animated comedy series
the annual conference
Archaeology is my passion.
Do you prefer modern art or traditional art?
a modern art gallery
an exhibition of paintings by local artists
a parking lot attendant
The audience began clapping and cheering.
a jazz band
Can you turn the radio down a little bit?
Why didn't you ask me for help?' 'I didn't want to bother you.'
Wallace and his brainy dog Gromit
How was your holiday?' 'It was brilliant!'
Excuse me, can you give me change for a £20 note?
The book's main character is a young student.
I haven't been to the cinema for ages.
The discussion helped us to clarify our aims and ideas.
classical music
a clown costume
We saw the new Robin Williams comedy last night.
I completely forgot about your birthday.
I've managed to get tickets for the Oasis concert.
This map is really confusing.
He designed the costumes for ‘Swan Lake'.
Bo's favourite type of music is country music.
That discovery was the culmination of his life's work.
a witch's curse
He was desperate to get a job.
Bombing raids devastated the city of Dresden.
Barbra Streisand both starred in and directed the movie.
film director Ken Russell
Sales start Monday, with discounts of up to 50                     .
the award-winning TV drama 'Prime Suspect'
She showed us a drawing of the house.
What dreadful weather!
An enthusiastic crowd cheered the winners.
an art exhibition
She doesn't express her emotions as much as he does.
I'm extremely sorry.
a fascinating subject
a full-length feature film
the Cannes film festival
wedding festivities
the final scene of the film
The president was forced to flee the country after the revolution.
We stood and watched the Carnival floats drive past.
The Academy was founded in 1666.
a picture frame
James Brown is the king of funk.
Three generations of Monroes have lived in this house.
the science fiction genre
On my way back I did some shopping in the grocery store.
to play the guitar
She thinks his jokes are hilarious.
My son often listens to hip hop.
Yeah, hold on, Mike is right here.
I don't like her - she's got no sense of humour.
The movie was an instant success.
an interactive software program for children
Andy's interpretation of 'As You Like It'
'What exactly do you mean?' Barker interrupted.
modern jazz
Don't get mad - it's only a joke.
She cried with joy when she heard the news.
The levees protecting New Orleans broke and the waters of Lake Pontchartrain were pouring through the streets.
The main character of the novel is an elderly university professor.
The doctor wore a mask over her mouth and nose.
a modern apartment block
Some people find it strange that people sing to each other in operas and musicals.
a rock musician
Some people find it strange that people sing to each other in operas and musicals.
She looked at the coins in her palm.
a May Day parade
She's performing at the National Theatre.
a brilliant performance of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
Wallace and Gromit are made of Plasticine.
Tennessee Williams, the famous playwright
I didn't really understand the plot.
a portrait of the queen
The levees protecting New Orleans broke and the waters of Lake Pontchartrain were pouring through the streets.
Could I have a look at your programme?
the student quarter
She's quite tall for her age.
I think she was rather upset last night.
The economy will take at least three years to recover.
We bought a new refrigerator.
a refugee camp
I love listening to reggae.
Renaissance architecture
He rescued two people from the fire.
He collects rhythm and blues records.
She looks ridiculous in those tight trousers.
The vegetables were left to rot.
a ruined castle
She comes on in Act 2, Scene 3.
The screenplay is witty and absolutely hilarious.
Michelangelo, the brilliant sculptor and painter
a bronze sculpture by Peter Helzer
an annual season ticket
Let's ask the ticket seller about the finishing time of the film.
Do these instructions make any sense to you?
a tool shed
a new show opening on Broadway
Don't be silly; we can't afford a new car.
an opera singer
It's commonly known that John Lennon and Paul McCartney were also songwriters.
the soundtrack to 'Top Gun'
The special effects were absolutely amazing.
a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon
Larry's always wanted to go on the stage.
Clint Eastwood will star in a new thriller.
Tom takes a streetcar to work every day.
No survivors of the plane crash were found.
I totally agree with you.
traditional Irish music
a popular jazz venue
The movie has a strong visual impact.
an old man with a walking stick
chemical warehouses
a witty response
I sometimes wonder why I married her.
The Opera House was wrecked by a huge explosion.
I'm trying to beat my television addiction.
It started as a hobby, but it got so addictive I had to keep on doing it.
Are you going to aerobics tonight?
My dad twisted his ankle jogging.
an athletics stadium
an awesome responsibility
When I got over my backache, I took up jogging.
My sister and I often play badminton.
Isn't it better to have wars in athletics stadiums rather than on battlefields?
I had terrible blisters on my feet.
a boxing match
The Blackhawk's team captain was the first to score.
a card game
this year's champions
a kitten chasing a ball of wool
They meet fairly often to play chess.
Keep your feet dry so you don't catch a cold.
Which of these consoles do you like?
Computer games can help develop hand-to-eye coordination.
Pearce came forward to take the corner kick.
He was awake coughing all night.
First impressions count for a lot.
I sometimes watch cricket on TV.
I like to sit down and do the crossword.
The president of the club came to present the cup to the winners.
I'm trying to cut down on my drinking.
a decent salary
the Sahara desert
My doctor advised me to go on a diet.
Are we still able to distinguish reality from virtual reality?
She feels dizzy when she stands up.
                     The downside of the plan is the cost.
                     Let's play draughts.
                     She looks as though she's on drugs.
                     an educational experience
                     a major sporting event
                     The doctor said I need to take more exercise.
                     It is important to exercise regularly.
                     Bea has gained a lot of weight since Christmas.
                     Most gamers enjoy shoot 'em up games.
                     The doctor said it will take a couple of weeks to get over the infection.
                     We lost the match although the goalkeeper did very well.
                     a round of golf
                     Is there a golf course in the neighbourhood?
                     The graphics in this game are awesome.
                     I go to the gym as often as I can.
                     We don't do gymnastics at school.
                     France played very well in the first half.
                     a handball match
                     a healthy baby girl
                     Always get professional advice before going hill walking.
                     historical research
                     She hurt her shoulder playing baseball.
                     an ice hockey match
                     When did you learn to ice-skate?
mprI'saIs% not exact%The directions were imprecise and confusing.
                     individual sports
                     an indoor swimming pool
                     electronic jigsaws for use on your desktop
                     I'm thinking of taking up jogging.
                     If the gate won't open, just give it a good kick.
                     A low fat diet will help cut your cholesterol level.
                     Hawkins won the long jump competition.
                     an exercise machine
                     Garcia ran the marathon in just under three hours.
                     We played multi-player computer games with other people over the internet.
                     It's the only option we have left.
                     a highly original design
                     The custom of having a Christmas tree originated in Germany.
                     Ten runners took part in the race.
                     an active participant in the negotiations
                     Dawson missed a penalty.
                     a football pitch
                     How often do you practise tennis?
                     a Sudoku puzzle
                     car racing games
                     He's in hospital, recovering from a heart attack.
                     What's the referee's decision?
                     a boxing ring
                     a skating rink
                     Scott was using the rowing machine in the gym.
                     Where was the first game of rugby played?
                     Julie's passion is sailing.
                     The final score was 35 to 17.
                     Dallas scored in the final minute of the game.
                     What do you do to stay in shape?
                     Most gamers enjoy shoot 'em up games.
Good shot!
Is this ski lift really safe?
There is a ski slope right next to the hotel.
The dust is making me sneeze!
I prefer snowboarding to skiing.
My grandmother is absolutely addicted to solitaire.
Over 50,000 spectators saw the final game.
sporting events
Do you play squash?
a football stadium
strategy games
a sugar substitute
a swollen knee
How many people took part in the competition?
Do you play tennis?
Harriet slipped on the stairs and twisted her ankle.
The value of the house has gone up.
the original version of the film 'Gone with the Wind'
Are we still able to distinguish reality from virtual reality?
I play in a volleyball team.
The child was sick and couldn't stop vomiting.
The Communist Party came third with 421,775 votes.
Computer games are a waste of time.
I did some water skiing this summer.
Matt won the windsurfing competition.
the winner of the poetry contest
Sue works out in the gym twice a week.
The Sunday papers are full of car ads.
The organisers of the concert had taken out a full page advert in The New York Times.
She saw an advertisement for a ski vacation in Vermont.
Tricia works for an advertising agency.
an advertising agency
He later apologised for his behaviour.
I hope you will accept my apology for any trouble I may have caused.
The food wasn't particularly appetising.
artificial sweeteners
Brad went to the baker's to get some fresh bread.
a huge billboard
We drank blackcurrant juice.
It's not fair to blame Charlie. He didn't know anything.
a wine bottle
a broken clock
I bought some veal at the butcher's.
Ads often capture our imagination.
a milk carton
I'm terribly sorry, but you can only pay in cash.
Excuse me, where can I find a cash dispenser?
Many taxi drivers use cash registers.
Many people don't go to chain stores.
Excuse me, where are the changing rooms?
I've got to find a chemist's and get some Aspirin.
advertising clichés
What a coincidence! I hadn't expected to meet you here.
soft drinks commercials
complaints against police officers
We eat too little fresh food, relying instead on convenience foods.
a convenient place to shop
I'm not a very good cook.
The sauce was smooth and creamy.
a delicious meal
We did some shopping in a department store.
a wonderful pasta dish
The strike caused widespread disruption.
I must buy new earphones for my MP3 player.
I don't feel like cooking - let's eat out tonight.
The two armies exchanged prisoners.
Do you fancy eating out, Les?
faulty wiring
fresh orange juice
frozen peas
Let's go to the greengrocer's and get some vegetables.
I bought this yoghurt at the local grocer's.
Heat the milk until it boils.
a horrific accident
people on a low income
a very informative book
Flour, water, and eggs are the most important ingredients.
orange juice
a juicy peach
You eat too much junk food.
I get loads of junk mail.
lean meat
a shopping mall
Laser surgery is one of the marvels of modern medicine.
I don't eat much meat.
You can heat it up under the grill or microwave it.
There's a button missing from your shirt.
natural ingredients
Rosie went to the newsagent's to get some sweets.
nutritious and cheap recipe ideas
Activities on offer include windsurfing and water-skiing.
My dad has offered to pick us up.
an official complaint
Turn the oven on, please.
My mum made me a packed lunch.
Will you peel the potatoes, please?
He was bitten by his pet dog.
a china plate
boot polish
I often buy precooked frozen food.
Would you like a refund?
I'm terribly sorry, Madam. We'll replace your Walkman straight away.
Our old car is badly in need of replacement.
a revolutionary new treatment for cancer
Don's found a really good CD player on sale.
Add a pinch of salt to the mixture.
Heat the sauce in the saucepan before serving.
a sensational finish to the race
Dinner is served at eight.
Shake before opening.
a shoe shop
Let's go shopping at the shopping centre.
a huge new shopping mall
When I got to the checkout, my shopping trolley was full of shopping.
My sweater shrank in the wash.
Could you slice the bread?
A good slogan is the key to success.
chicken noodle soup
You can filter out spam with special software.
I want to go somewhere special for our anniversary.
stale bread
Our office needs to reduce stationery costs.
a pot of stew
Hurry - buy now while stocks last!
I usually do my shopping in the local supermarket.
As he approached the customs post, he began to sweat.
Let's have a takeaway tonight.
Is the soup tasty?
a box of teabags
tinned tomatoes
The meat was tough and hard to chew.
You just need to take a change of underwear.
different varieties of lettuce
Jerry is a vegetarian.
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