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  2. 2. W Second Edition PICTURE DICTIONARY Steven J. Molinsky 0 Bill Bliss Illustrated by Richard E. Hill II) V PEARSON _ 1 f"'* Not for Sale In the U. S. Ongman
  3. 3. 1 Personal Information and Family Personal Information Family Members I Family Members II Common Everyday Activities and Language The Classroom Classroom Actions Prepositions Everyday Activities I Everyday Activities ll Leisure Activities Everyday Conversation The Weather Numbers / Time I Money / Calendar Numbers Time Money The Calendar Time Expressions and Seasons Types of Housing and Communities The Living Room The Dining Room The Bedroom The Kitchen The Baby's Room Fruits Vegetables Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Dairy Products, Juices, and Beverages Deli, Frozen Foods, and Snack Foods Groceries Household Supplies, Baby Products, and Pet Food The Supermarket Containers and Quantities Units of Measure Food Preparation and Recipes Kitchen Utensils and Cookware Fast Food The Coffee Shop and Sandwiches The Restaurant A Restaurant Menu Colors and Clothing Colors Clothing Outerwear Sleepwear and Underwear Exercise Clothing and Footwear Jewelry and Accessories Describing Clothing Clothing Problems and Alterations Laundry The Bathroom shoppmg I Outside the Home The Department Store 74 I The Apartment Building Shopping 75 I Household Problems and Repairs Video and Audio Equipment 76 1 Cleaning Your Home Telephones and Cameras 77 l Home Supplies Computers 78 Tools and Hardware The Toy Store 79 { 9 Gardening Tools and Actions Places Around Town I Places Around Town II The City Describing People and Physical Descriptions 42 10 Community Services The Bank Finances The Post Office The Library Community Institutions Crime and Emergencies ' ' Describing People and Things 44 Describing Physical States and Emotions 46
  4. 4. Health The Body Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries First Aid Medical Emergencies and Illnesses The Medical Exam Medical and Dental Procedures Medical Advice Medicine Medical Specialists The Hospital Personal Hygiene Baby Care 12 School, Subjects, and Activities Types of Schools The School School Subjects Extracurricular Activities Mathematics Measurements and Geometric Shapes English Language Arts and Composition Literature and Writing Geography Science The Universe Occupations I Occupations ll Job Skills and Activities Job Search The Workplace Office Supplies and Equipment The Factory The Construction Site Job Safety Transportation and Travel Public Transportation Types of Vehicles Car Parts and Maintenance Highways and Streets Prepositions of Motion Traffic Signs and Directions The Airport Airplane Travel The Hotel 125 126 128 ‘ 129 130 131 132 15 Recreation and Entertainment Hobbies, Crafts, and Games Places to Go The Park and the Playground The Beach Outdoor Recreation Individual Sports and Recreation Team Sports Team Sports Equipment Winter Sports and Recreation Water Sports and Recreation Sport and Exercise Actions Entertainment Types of Entertainment Musical Instruments Nature 151 152 154 The Farm and Farm Animals Animals and Pets Birds and Insects Fish, Sea Animals, and Reptiles 155 Trees, Plants, and Flowers 156 Energy, Conservation, and the Environment 158 Natural Disasters 159 lntemational Travel and Tourism ' Types of Travel Arriving at a Destination i Hotel Communication ; Tourist Activities Tourist Communication Appendix Maps: The World North America, Central America, and the Caribbean South America Europe Africa and the Middle East Asia and Australia Countries, Nationalities, and Languages Verb Lists Glossary Numbers, Days of the Week, Months of the Year Thematic Index 166 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 176 194 y
  5. 5. :1"? I! " ~‘1:1.l. l1i‘l 1: -mt. "lil': liit~— Personal Information and family Common Everyday Attivities and language g. t: .': *;"*/ Money/ Colon or Home Csmmunity .3riii. niii: ’iirt, ~rT. tttéi. -:lrr1lt~: . ‘Asking for & giving personal information ‘ Identifying information on a form ‘Spelling name aloud ‘ Identifying family members ‘ Introducing others ‘Identifying classroom objects & locations ‘ Identifying classroom actions ‘Giving & following simple classroom commands ‘ Identifying everyday & leisure activities ‘ Inquiring by phone about a person's activities ‘Asking about a person's plan for future activities ‘Social communication: Greeting people, Leave taking, Introducing yourself & others, Gettin someone's attention, Expressing gratitude, Saying you don't understan , Calling someone on the telephone ‘ Describing the weather ‘ Interpreting temperatures on a thermometer (Fahrenheit & Centigrade) ‘ Describing the weather forecast for tomorrow ‘ Using cardinal & ordinal numbers ‘ Giving information about age, number of family members, residence ‘Telling time ‘ Indicating time of events ‘Asking for information about arrival & departure times ‘Identifying coins 8- currency — names & values ‘Making 8- asking for change ‘ Identifying days of the week ‘ Identifying months of the year ‘ Asking about the year, month, day, date ‘Asking about the date of a birthday, anniversary, appointment ‘ Giving date of birth ‘ Identifying types of housing & communities ‘ Requesting a taxi ‘Calling 9I I for an ambulance ‘Identifying rooms of a home ‘ Identifying furniture ‘ Complimenting ‘Asking for information in a store ‘Locating items in a store ‘Asking about items on sale ‘ Asking the location of items at home ‘ Telling about past weekend activities ‘ Identifying locations in an apartment building ‘ Identifying ways to look for housing: classified ads, listings, vacancy signs ‘Renting an apartment ‘Describing household problems ‘Securing home repair services ‘Making a suggestion ‘ Identifying household cleaning items, home supplies, & tools ‘Asking to borrow an item ‘ Describing current home activities 8. plans for future activities ‘ Identifying places in the community ‘ Exchanging greetings ‘Asking & giving the location of places in the community ‘ Identifying government buildings, services, & other places in a city/ town center ‘ Identifying modes of transportation in a city/ town center 'i'HfilIl: >- ~: - _'li; t,2it'! t:*i-Eiielii ‘Telling about yourself ‘Telling about family members ‘ Drawing a family tree ‘ Describing a classroom ‘Making a list of daily activities ‘ Describing daily routine ‘ Making a list of planned activities ‘ Describing favorite leisure activities ‘ Describing the weather ‘ Describing numbers of students in a class ‘ Identifying a country's population ‘ Describing daily schedule with times , ‘Telling about time management ‘Telling about the use of lime in different cultures or countries y ‘ Describing the cost of purchases ‘ Describing coins & currency of other countries ‘ Describing weekday 8- weekend activities ‘ Tellin about favorite day of the week 8: mont of the year ‘ Pescribing types of housing where people ive ‘ Describing rooms & furniture in a residence ‘ Telling about baby products & early child. rearing practices in different countries ‘Telling about personal experiences with repairing things ‘ Describing an apartment building ‘ Describing household cleaning chores ‘ Describing places in a neighborhood ‘ Making a list of places, people, & actions observed at an intersection
  6. 6. Describing Foo-il (olifrs and Clothing 'l‘Il1.‘. tfl"il'-li: Il"‘ “ . '!tItuili), l,! l1IiEtei3‘l'! )i! ’°i,3l'llE‘ I ° Describing people by age 0 Describing people by physical characteristics -Describing a suspect or missing person to a police officer 0 Describing people & things using adjectives 0 Describing physical states & emotions 0 Expressing concern about another person's physical state or emotion 0 Identifying food items (fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, dairy products, juices, beverages, de i, frozen foods, snack foods, groceries) Oldentifyin non-food items purchased in a supermarket (e. g., household supplies, aby products, pet food) -Determining food needs to make a shopping list 0 Asking the location of items in a supermarket 0 Identifying supermarket sections I Requesting items at a service counter in a supermarket 0 Identifying supermarket checkout area personnel & items 0 identifying food containers & quantities Oldentifying units of measure ‘Asking for & giving recipe instructions ‘Complimenting someone on a recipe °Offering to help with food preparation ‘Identifying food preparation actions ‘Identifying kitchen utensils & cookware ‘Asking to borrow an item ‘Comprehending product advertising - Ordering fast food items, coffee shop items, & sandwiches - Indicating a shortage of supplies to a co-worker or supervisor -Taking customers‘ orders at a food service counter Oldentifying restaurant objects, personnel, & actions -Making & following requests at work - Identifying & correctly positioning silverware & plates in a table setting Olnquiring in person about restaurant job openings ‘Ordering from a restaurant menu 0 Taking customers’ orders as a waiter or waitress in a restaurant 0 Identifying colors -Complimenting someone on clothing Oldentifyin clothin items, including outerwear, sleepwear, underwear, exercise c othing, ootwear, jewelry, & accessories 0Talking about appropriate clothing for different weather conditions °Expressing clothing needs to a store salesperson ' Locating clothing items 0 Inquiring about ownership of found clothing items ' Indicating loss of a clothing item ‘Asking about sale prices in a clothing store 0 Reporting theft of a clothing item to the police O Stating preferences during clothing shopping ‘Expressing problems with clothing & the need for alterations 0 Identifying laundry objects & activities 0 Locating laundry products in a store , 'i'l'JiIl, I 1: Iv -"» L115! H '. i-‘t~tii€)‘Ii ‘ 0 Describing physical characteristics of yourself & family members 0 Describing physical characteristics of a favorite actor or actress or other famous person 0 Describing things at home & in the community 'Telling about personal experiences with different emotions ' Describing favorite & least favorite foods 0 Describing foods in different countries ‘Making a shopping list 0 Describing places to shop for food 'Telling about differences between supermarkets 8: food stores in different countries °Making a list of items in kitchen cabinets & the refrigbrator 0 Describing recycling practices 0 Describing a favorite recipe using units of measure °Telling about use of kitchen utensils & cookware 'Te| ling about experience with different types of restaurants 0 Describing restaurants and menus in different countries 0 Describing favorite foods ordered in restaurants 0 Describing the flags of different countries ' Telling about emotions associated with different colors ‘Telling about clothing & colors you like to wear - Describing clothing worn at different occasions [e. g., going to schools, parties, weddings) 'Tellin about clothing worn in different weat er conditions °Te| ling about clothing worn during exercise activities ‘Telling about footwear worn during different activities 0 Describin the color, material, size, & pattern a favorite clothing items 'Comporing clothing fashions now 8: a long time ago °Telling about who does laundry at home
  7. 7. Unit I Theme j Community Services Communication Skills ‘ Identifying departments & services in a department store ‘Asking the location of items in a department store ‘Asking to buy, return, exchange, try on, & pay forsdepartment store items ‘Asking about regular & sales prices, discounts, 8; sales tax ‘ Interpreting a sales receipt ‘Offering assistance to customers as a salesperson ‘ Expressing needs to a salesperson in a store ‘ Identifying electronics groducts, including video & audio equipment, telephones, cameras, computers ‘ Identifying components of a computer & common computer software ‘Complimenting someone about an item & inquiring where it was purchased ‘Asking a salesperson for advice about different brands of a product ‘Identifying common toys & other items in a toy store ‘Asking for advice about an appropriate gift for a child ‘ Re uesting bank services & transactions (e. g., deposit, withdrawal, cashing a c eck, obtaining traveler's checks, opening an account, applying for a loan, exchanging currency) ‘ Identifying bank personnel ‘Identifying bank forms ‘Asking about acceptable forms of payment (cash, check, credit card, money order, traveler's check) - Identifying household bills (rent, utilities, etc. ) ‘ Identifying family finance documents & actions ‘Following instructions to use an ATM machine ‘ Requesting post office services & transactions ‘ Identifying types of mail & mail services ‘Identifying different ways to buy stamps ‘ Requesting non-rnail services available at the post office (money order, selective service registration, passport application) ‘ Identifying & locating library sections, services, & personnel ‘Asking how to find a book in the library ‘ Identifying community institutions, services, and personnel (police, fire, city government, public works, recreation, sanitation, religious institutions) ‘ Identifying types of emergency vehicles ‘ Reporting a crime ‘Identifying community mishaps (gas leak, water main break, etc. ) ‘ Expressing concern about community problems ‘ Identifying parts of the body & key internal organs ‘ Describing ailments, symptoms, & injuries ‘Asking about the health of another person ‘ Identifying items in o first-aid kit ‘ Describing medical emergencies ‘ Identifyin emergency medical procedures (CPR, rescue breathing, Heimlich moneuveg ‘Calling 9] l to report a medical emergency ‘ Identifying major illnesses ‘Talking with a friend or co—worker about illness in one's family ‘Following instructions during a medical examination ‘ Idéentifying medical personnel, equipment, & supplies in medical & dental o ices ‘ Understanding medical & dental personnel’s description of procedures during treatment ‘ Understanding a doctor's medical advice and instructions ‘ Identifying over-thecounter medications ‘ Understanding dosage instructions on medicine labels ‘ Identifying medical specialists ‘ Indicating the date 8: time of a medical appointment ‘ Identifying hospital departments & personnel ‘ Identifying equipment in a hospital room ‘ Identifying actions 8: items related to personal hygiene ‘Locating personal care products in a store ‘ Identifying actions & items related to baby care Writing 8. Discussion ‘ Describing a department store ‘ Telling about stores that have sales ‘Telling about an item purchased on sale ‘ Comparing different types & brands of video & audio equipment ‘ Describing telephones & cameras ‘ Describing personal use of a computer ‘ Sharin opinions about how computers have c anged the world ‘Telling about popular toys in different countries ‘Telling about favorite childhood toys ‘ Describing use of bank services ‘Telling about household bills & amounts paid ‘Tellin about the person responsible for house old finances ‘ Describing use of ATM machines ‘ Describing use of postal services ‘Comparing postal systems in different countries ‘Telling about experience using a library ‘Telling about the location of community institutions ‘ Describing experiences using community institutions ‘Telling about crime in the community ‘ Describing experience with a crime or emergency ‘ Describing self ‘Telling about a personal experience with an illness or injury ‘ Describing remedies or treatments for common problems (cold, stomachache, insect bite, hiccups) ‘Describing experience with a medical emergency ‘ Describing a medical examination ‘Describing experience with a medical or dental procedure ‘Telling about medical advice received ‘ Telling about over-thecounter medications used ‘Comparing use of medications in different countries ‘ Describing experience with a medical specialist ‘ Describing a hospital stay ‘Makin a list of personal care items neede for a trip ‘Comparing baby products in different countries
  8. 8. IT . Illll'l'a "Ili, l': —hii= l L‘. School, Subjects, onil Activities Work ~rmm. ttu. n»mn-z'iue1:ttIi~ Oldentifying types of educational institutions 0 Giving information about previous education during a job interview 0 Identifying school locations & personnel 0 Identifying school subjects I Identifying extracurricular activities 0 Sharing after-school plans 0 MATH: 0 Asking & answering basic questions during a math class 0 Using fractions to indicate sale prices 0 Using percents to indicate test scores 8: probability in weather forecasts 0 identifying high school math subjects -Using measurement terms to indicate height, width, depth, length, distance -Interpreting metric measurements 0 identifying types of lines, geometric shapes, & solid figures 0 ENGUSH LANGUAGE ARTS: 0 identifying types of sentences ‘identifying parts of speech ‘Identifying punctuation marks 0 Providing feedback during peer-editing 0 identifying steps of the writing process 0 Identifying types of literature 0 ldentifying forms of writing -GEOGRAPHY: 0 Identifying geographical features & bodies of water Oldentifying natural environments (desert, jungle, rainforest, etc. ) - SCIENCE: 0 ldentifying science classroom/ laboratory equipment 0 Asking about equipment needed to do a science procedure 0 ldentifying steps of the scientific method ildentifying key terms to describe the universe, solar system, 8: space exploration 0 identifying occupations - Stating work experience (including length of time in an occupation) during a job interview 'Talking about occupation during social conversation 0 Expressing (ob aspirations 0 identifying job skills & work activities 0 Indicating job skills during an interview (including length of time) 0 Identifying types of job advertisements (help wanted signs, job notices, classified ads) 0 Interpreting abbreviations in job advertisements 0 Identifying each step in a job-search process ' Identifying workplace locations, furniture, equipment, & personnel 0 Identifying common office tasks °Asking the location of a coworker 0 Engaging in small-talk with co-workers 0 identifying common office supplies 0 Making requests at work ° Repeating to confirm understanding of a request or instruction ' identifying factory locations, equipment, & personnel 0Asking the location of workplace departments & personnel to orient oneself as a new employee -Asking about the location 8: activities of a coworker 'ldentifying construction site machinery, equipment, and building materials 0 Asking a coworker for a workplace item 0 Warning a coworker of a safety hazard °Asking whether there is a sufficient supply of workplace materials ' Identifying job safety equipment 0 Interpreting warning signs at work ‘ ' Reminding someone to use safety equipment - Asking the location of emergency equipment at work "i'i‘JiiiiL: >,= Ira ? '-li~‘1‘i! t~‘1~‘Tl'lli 0 Telling about different types ofzschools in the community ‘Telling about schools attended, where, when, 8: subjects studied ° Describing a school IComparing schools in different countries °Telling about favorite school subject 0 Telling about extracurricular activities 0 Comparing extracurricular activities in different countries ' Describing math education °Tel| ing about something bought on sale ' Researching & sharing information about population statistics using percents 0 Describing favorite books & authors 0 Describing newspapers & magazines read °Telling about use of different types of written communication 0 Describing the geography of your country 0 Describing geographical features experience 0 Describing experience with scientific equipment 0 Describing science education 0 Brainstorming a science experiment & describing each step of the scientific method ' Drawing 8- naming a constellation 0 Expressing an opinion about the importance of space exploration ' Career exploration: sharing ideas about occupations that are interesting, difficult 0 Describing occupation & occupations of family members 0 Describing job skills 0 Describing a familiar job (skill requirements, qualifications, hours, salary] 0Telling about how people found their jobs °Te| |ing about experience with a job search or job interview 0 Describing a familiar workplace ‘Telling about office & school supplies used 0 Describing a nearby factory & working conditions there -Com aring products produced by factories in di erent countries 0 Describing building materials used in ones dwelling 0 Describing a nearby construction site -Telling about experience with safety equipment 0 Describing the use of safety equipment in the community
  9. 9. Unit / Theme l (I! Transportation and Travel [emotion and Entertainment Communication Skills I Identifying modes of local & inter-city public transportation I Expressing intended mode of travel IAsking about a location to obtain transportation (bus-stop, bus station, train station, subway station) I Locating ticket counters, information booths, fare card machines, 8: information signage in transportation stations I Identifying types of vehicles I Indicating to a car salesperson need for a type of vehicle I Describing a car accident Ildentifying parts of a car & maintenance items Ilndicating a problem with a car I Requesting service or assistance at a service station I Identifying types of highway lanes & markings, road structures (tunnels, bridges, etc. ), traffic signage, & local intersection road markings I Reporting the location of an accident IGiving & following driving directions (using prepositions of motion) I Interpreting traffic signs IWarning a driver about an upcoming sign I Interpreting compass directions I Asking for driving directions I Following instructions during a driver's test I Repeating to confirm instructions I Identifying airport locations 8. personnel [check-in, security, gate, baggage claim, Customs & Immigration) IAsking for location of places & personnel at an airport I Indicating loss of travel documents or other items Ildentifyinp airplane sections, seating areas, emergency equipment, & flight persanne I Identifyin steps in the process of airplane travel (actions in the security area, att e gate, boarding, & being seated) I Following instructions of airport security personnel, gate attendants, & flight crew I Identifying sections of a hotel & personnel I Asking for location of places & personnel in a hotel Ildentifying common hobbies, crafts, & games 8. related materials/ equipment I Describing favorite leisure activities I Purchasing craft supplies, equipment, & other products in a store IAsking for & offering a suggestion for a leisure activity I Identifying places to go for outdoor recreation, entertainment, culture, etc. I Describing past weekend activities I Describing activities planned for a future day off or weekend I Identifying features & equipment in a park & playground IAsking the location of a park feature or equipment IWarning a child to be careful on playground equipment I Identifying features of a beach, common beach items, & personnel I Identifying indoor & outdoor recreation activities & sports, & related equipment & supplies IAsking if someone remembered an item when preparing for an activity Ildentifying team sports & terms for players, playing fields, 8: equipment ICommenting on a player's performance during a game I Indicating that you can't find an item IAsking the location of sports equipment in a store I Reminding someone of items needed for a sports activity I Identifying types of winter/ water sports, recreation, & equipment I Engaging in small talk about favorite sports & recreation activities I Using the telephone to inquire whether a store sells a product IMaking & responding to an invitation I Following a teacher or coach's instructions during sports practice, P. E. class, & an exercise class I Identifying types of entertainment & cultural events, & the performers ICommenting on a performance I Identifying genres of music, plays, movies, & TV programs I Expressing likes about types of entertainment I Identifying musical instruments IComp| imenting someone on musical ability Writing & Discussion I Describin mode of travel to different . 9.. places in t e community I Describing local public transportation IComparing transportation in different countries ITelling about common types of vehicles in different countries I Ex ressing opinion about favorite type of ve icle & manufacturer I Expressing opinion about most important features to look for when making a car purchase I Describing experience with car repairs I Describing a local highway I Describing a local intersection ITelling about dangerous traffic areas where many accidents occur I Describing your route from home to school I Describing how to get to different places from home and school I Describing local traffic signs IComparing traffic signs in different countries I Describing a familiar airport ITelling about an experience with Customs & Immigration I Describing an air travel experience IUsing ima ination: being an airport security a icer giving passengers instructions; being a flight attendant iving passengers instructions before take-o I Describing a familiar hotel IExpressing opinion about hotel jobs that are most interesting, most difficult I Describing a favorite hobby, craft, or game IComparing pa ular games in different countries, and how to play them I Describing favorite places to go & activities there I Describing a local park & playground I Describing a favorite beach & items used there I Describing an outdoor recreation experience I Describing favorite individual sports 8- recreation activities I Describing favorite team sports & famous players IComparing popular sports in different countries I Describing experience with winter or water sports & recreation I Expressing opinions about Winter Olympics sports (most exciting, most dangerous) I Describing exercise habits & routines I Using imagination: being on exercise instructor leading a class ITelling about favorite types of entertainment ICom aring types of entertainment popular in di erent countries ITelling about favorite performers ITelling about favorite types of music, movies, & TV programs I Describing experience with a musical instrument IComparing typical musical instruments in different countries
  10. 10. .! lITl*« II; Nature 1 International Travel and ‘tourism Qt-tIilrilflitlfiiil-)itt€lfTlll~é i 0 Identifying places & people on a farm 0 Identifying farm animals & crops 0 Identifying animals 8. pets 0 Identifying birds & insects Oldentifying fish, sea animals, amphibians, & reptiles ‘Asking about the presence of wildlife in an area 0 Identifying trees, plants, & flowers 0 Identifying key parts of a tree and flower -Asking for information about trees & flowers °Warning someone about poisonous vegetation in an area 0 Identifying sources of energy 0 Describing the kind of energy used to heat homes & for cooking 0 Expressing an opinion about good future sources of energy ' Identifying behaviors that promote conservation (recycling, conserving energy, conserving water, carpooling) I Expressing concern about environmental problems 0 Identifying different kinds of natural disasters - Tvpss or TRAVEL: 0 Identifying types of travel (business & family trips, tours, modes of travel) ° Identifying ways to book a trip ' Talking about travel plans - ARRIVING AT A DESTINATION: 0 Locating airport services upon arrival at a destination I Identifyin travel documents (passport, visa, baggage claim check, customs eclaratian form) 0 Producing travel documents when requested by airport personnel 0 Passin through immigrationgbassport control: explaining the purpose of a trip usiness/ pleasure) on length of stay - Passing through customs: responding to officia (stating number of bags; opening 0 HOTEL COMMUNICATION: 0 Identifying different types of hotel rooms 0 Checking in/ Requesting a room I Using a room telephone to request hotel services ' Ordering food from room service 0 Calling housekeeping to request room supplies ' Calling to report a maintenance problem in a room 0 Requesting a wake—up call 0 Calling the concierge to make a request 0 Calling the bell desk to request assistance checking out 0 Toumsr ACTIVITIES: ' Identifying common tourist activities (sightseeing, tours, exchanging money, buying souvenirs, making reservations, renting a car, getting tickets, shopping, visiting local attractions) - Expressing tourist activity interests to a hotel concierge ' Reporting about tourist activities 0 TOURIST COMMUNICATION: 0 Making requests (to exchange money, cash traveler's checks, purchase something, buy tickets, mail something) 0 Inquiring about permissibility (to take photographs, eat, enter, use a cell phone, or use a credit card in various locations) 0 Talking with local people (about where you are from, length of your stay, what you have seen, and your opinion of their city) 0 Using emergency expressions (to call for help, to call for the police, to avoi someone who is bothering you) 0 Understanding emergency expressions (about a fire, about an imminent hazard) - Understanding a police command to stop (Freezel Stop! Don't move! ) - Asking someone if they speak your language 0 Asking someone to write down an address or other information 0 Asking what an object is called in English while pointing to it 0 Asking for repetition & clarification 0 Asking someone to speak slowly iuestions and requests of customs ags when requested) 'I'fiiiIi1;r~ ’*- gmfiiikstit-Iii ‘Comparing farms in different countries -Tellin about local animals, animals in a zoo, common local birds & insects -Comparing common pets in different countries 0 Using imagination: what animal you would like to be, & why °TeIling a popular folk tale or children's story about animals, birds, or insects 0 Describing fish, sea animals, 8: reptiles in different countries ' Identifying endangered species 0 Expressing opinions about wildlife — most interesting, beautiful, dangerous 0 Describing local trees & flowers, & favorites ‘Comparing different cultures’ use of flowers at weddings, funerals, holidays, & hospitals ' Expressing an opinion about an environmental problem °TeI| ing about how people prepare for natural disasters ‘Telling about a trip (location, kind of trip, how it was arranged) °TelIing about arrival at a destination ‘Telling about an experience stayin in a hotel, including type of room and otel services used ‘Telling about tourism experiences
  11. 11. TO THE TEACHER Welcome to the second edition of the WORD RY WORD Picture Dictionary! This text presents more than 4,000 vocabulary words through vibrant illustrations and simple accessible lesson pages that are designed for clarity and ease-of-use with learners at all levels. Our goal is to help students practice English used in everyday life, in the community, in school, at work, and in international travel. WORD 37 WURD organizes the vocabulary into 17 thematic units, providing a careful research-based sequence of lessons that integrates students’ development of grammar and vocabulary skills through topics that begin with the immediate world of the student and progress to the world at large. Early lessons on the family, the home, and daily activities lead to lessons on the community, school, workplace, shopping, recreation, and other topics. In addition to developing students’ vocabulary, the text also serves as a comprehensive communication skills program that integrates vocabulary learning, listening and speaking skills. and themes for writing and discussion. The Scope & Sequence on the previous pages illustrates the unique curriculum and skills integration in the program. Since each lesson in Word by Word is self- contained, it can be used either sequentially or in any desired order. For users’ convenience, the lessons are listed in two ways: sequentially in the Table of Contents, and alphabetically in the Thematic Index. These resources, combined with the Glossary in the appendix, allow students and teachers to quickly and easily locate all words and topics in the Picture Dictionary. The Word by Word Picture Dictionary is the centerpiece of the complete Word by Word Vocabulary Development Program, which offers a wide selection of print and media support materials for instruction at all levels. Workbooks at different levels offer flexible options to meet students’ needs. Vocabulary Workbooks at Beginning and Intermediate levels feature motivating vocabulary, grammar, and listening practice. A Literacy Workbook provides all-skills practice especially appropriate for learners who are not familiar with the alphabet or who need a pre-Beginning-level introduction to English vocabulary, reading, and writing. The Teacher's Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM includes lesson-planning suggestions, community tasks, Internet weblinks, and reproducible masters to save teachers hours of lesson preparation time. An Activity Handbook with step-by-step teaching strategies for key vocabulary development activities is included in the Teacher's Guide. The Audio Program includes all words and conversations for interactive practice and —as bonus materia| —an expanded selection of WordSongs for entertaining musical practice with the vocabulary. Additional ancillary materials include Color Transparencies, Vocabulary Game Cards, a Testing Program, and ExamView CD-ROM. Bilingual Editions are also available. Teaching Strategies Word by Word presents vocabulary words in context. Model conversations depict situations in which people use the words in meaningful communication. These models become the basis for students to engage in dynamic, interactive practice. In addition, writing and discussion questions in each lesson encourage students to relate the vocabulary and themes to their own lives as they share experiences, thoughts, opinions, and information about themselves, their cultures, and their countries. In this way, students get to know each other "word by word. ” In using Word by Word, we encourage you to develop approaches and strategies that are compatible with your own teaching style and the needs and abilities of your students. You may find it helpful to incorporate some of the following techniques for presenting and practicing the vocabulary in each lesson. 1. Preview the Vocabulary: Activate students’ prior knowledge of the vocabulary by brainstorming with students the words in the lesson they already know and writing them on the board, or by having students look at the transparency or the illustration in Word by Word and identify the words they are familiar with. 2. Present the Vocabulary: Using the transparency or the illustration in the Picture Dictionary, point to the picture of each word, say the word, and have the class repeat it chorally and individually. (You can also play the word list on the Audio Program. ) Check students’ understanding and pronunciation of the vocabulary.
  12. 12. 1l 3. Vocabulary Practice: Have students practice the vocabulary as a class, in pairs, or in small groups. Say or write a word, and have students point to the item or tell the number. Or, point to an item or give the number, and have students say the word. 4. Model Conversation Practice: Some lessons have model conversations that use the first word in the vocabulary list. Other models are in the form of skeletal dialogs, in which vocabulary words can be inserted. (In many skeletal dialogs, bracketed numbers indicate which words can be used for practicing the conversation. If no bracketed numbers appear, all the words in the lesson can be used. ) The following steps are recommended for Model Conversation Practice: a. Preview: Have students look at the model illustration and discuss who they think the speakers are and where the conversation takes place. b. The teacher presents the model or plays the audio one or more times and checks students’ understanding of the situation and the vocabulary. c. Students repeat each line of the conversation chorally and individually. :1. Students practice the model in pairs. e. A pair of students presents a conversation based on the model, but using a different word from the vocabulary list. f. In pairs, students practice several conversations based on the model, using different words on the page. g. Pairs present their conversations to the class. 5. Additional Conversation Practice: Many lessons provide two additional skeletal dialogs for further conversation practice with the vocabulary. (These can be found in the yellow-shaded area at the bottom of the page. ) Have students practice and present WORD BY WORD aims to offer students a communicative, meaningful, and lively way of practicing these conversations using any words they wish. Before they practice the additional conversations, you may want to have students listen to the sample additional conversations on the Audio Program. Spelling Practice: Have students practice spelling the words as a class, in pairs, or in small groups. Say a word, and have students spell it aloud or write it. Or, using the transparency, point to an item and have students write the word. Themes for Discussion, Composition, Journals, and Portfolios: Each lesson of Word by Word provides one or more questions for discussion and composition. (These can be found in a blue-shaded area at the bottom of the page. ) Have students respond to the questions as a class, in pairs, or in small groups. Or, have students write their responses at home, share their written work with other students, and discuss as a class, in pairs, or in small groups. Students may enjoy keeping a journal of their written work. If time permits, you may want to write a response in each student's journal, sharing your own opinions and experiences as well as reacting to what the student has written. If you are keeping portfolios of students’ work, these compositions serve as excellent examples of students’ progress in learning English. Communication Activities: The Word by Word Teacher's Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM provides a wealth of games, tasks, brainstorming, discussion, movement, drawing, miming, role—playing, and other activities designed to take advantage of students’ different learning styles and particular abilities and strengths. For each lesson, choose one or more of these activities to reinforce students’ vocabulary learning in a way that is stimulating, creative, and enjoyable. English vocabulary. In conveying to you the substance of our program, we hope that we have also conveyed the spirit: that learning vocabulary can be genuinely interactive . . . relevant to our students’ lives . _ . responsive to students’ differing strengths and learning styles . . . and fun! Steven J. Molinsky Bill Bliss
  13. 13. PERSONAL INFORMATION 0 5/0/‘la; ganchea ENll HANG CENTERVILLE ‘ 3 l’Ul’Ul / lI(. )N Registration Form Name First Middle Initial [.2151 Address 95 Qaxdgn Sngfi 35 Number Street Apartment Number Los eles 90036 City State Zip Code Telephone _, _323_-52£1£2Z8__ Cell Phone : E-Mail Address SSN KE Sex M_ FX Date of Birth jAlZ. £&3_ Place of Birth Qgmgi-fillg, [fexgs ~ 1 name 6 street number 12 area code 17 sex 2 first name 7 street 13 telephone number/ 18 date of birth 3 middle initial 8 apartment number Phone number 19 place of birth 4 last name/ family name/ 9 city 14 Cell Ph°ne "umber surname 10 state 15 e-mail address 5 address 11 zip code 16 social security number A. What's your name? B. Gloria P. Sanchez. A. What's your T? A. What's your last name? Tell about yourself: B. .. ... ... ... . . . B. .. ... ... ... . . . MY ”3"‘‘3 l5 ------------ -- A. Did you say . ... ... ... . . .? A. How do you spell that? My address '5 """""" " B‘ Yes“ That, s right’ 3. . ... ... ... .. U My telephone number is . ... ... ... .. . . Now interview a friend.
  14. 14. 1 husband children siblings grandparents grandchildren 2 wife 5 daughter 8 sister 10 grandmother 12 granddaughter 6 son 9 brother 11 grandfather 13 grandson parents 7 baby 3 father 4 mother . Who is she? . She's my wife. . What's her name? . Her name is Nancy. A. Who is he? B. He's my husband. A. What's his name? B. His name is Jack. A. I'd like to introduce my A. What's your ‘s name? Who are the people in your family? 3, Nice to meet you_ B. His/ Her name is . ... ... ... .. . . What are their names? C‘ Nlce to meet y°”' t°°‘ Tell about photos of family members
  15. 15. FAMILY MEMBERS II Jennifer Timrng 1 uncle 6 mother-in-law 2 aunt 7 father-in-law 3 niece 8 son-in-law 4 nephew 9 daughter-in-law 5 cousin 10 brother—in—law 11 sister-in-law (D Jack is Alan's _. @ Helen is Jack's Z. ® Nancy is Alan's _. ® Walter is Jack's _. @ Jennifer is Frank and Linda's ? . Jack is Helen and Walter's _. @ Timmy is Frank and Linda's . ® Linda is Helen and Walter's _. 6) Alan is Jennifer and Timmy's T. Frank is Jack's : . ® Linda is Jack's _. Q‘ A. Who is he/ she? A. Let me introduce my Ten about your relatives; ‘_ 8. He's/ She's my B. I'm glad to meet you. What are their names? ' A. What's his/ her name? C. Nice meeting you, too. Where do the)’ “V9? 3. His/ Her name is Draw your family tree and tell about it.
  16. 16. ’ *_s__ 2 . _«-sa-j%' {M in-IE CLASSROOM 1 teacher 6 table 11 clock 15 whiteboard/ board 2 teacher's aide 7 computer 12 map 16 globe 3 student 8 overhead projector 13 bulletin board 17 bookcase/ bookshelf 4 desk 9 screen 14 P. A.system/ 18 teacher's desk 5 seat/ chair 10 chalkboard/ board l°Ud5Pe8l<e| ' 19 wastebasket
  17. 17. 20 pen 24 book/ textbook 28 notebook paper 32 chalk 36 keyboard 21 pencil 25 workbook 29 graph paper 33 eraser 37 monitor 22 eraser 26 spiral notebook 30 ruler 34 marker 38 mouse 23 pencil sharpener 27 binder/ notebook 31 calculator 35 thumbtack 39 printer A. Where's the globe? A. Where's the teacher? B_ The globe is on the B. The teacher is next to the board. bookcase. kthere a/ an in your classroom? ‘ A. Is there a/ an in your classroom? * Describe your classroom. Yes. There's a/ an B. No, there isn't. lTh9Ve'5 3/3" ------------ --l next to/ on the ' 25. 29, 32 use: Is there in your classroom?
  18. 18. T ~“1'-T3'1L. i‘Z. 'i. '~7f. 'i$“. ’l?53?. l'ff7.l llil “: ‘(, .<‘~‘? T’7 liiilllléi 1 Say your name. 11 Open your book. 21 Do your homework. 2 Repeat your name. 12 Read page ten. 22 Bring in your homework. 3 Spell your name. 13 Study page ten. 23 Go over the answers. 4 Print your name. 14 Close your book. 24 Correct your mistakes. 5 Sign your name. 15 Put away your book. 25 Hand in your homework. 6 Stand up. 16 Raise your hand. 26 Share a book. 7 Go to the board. 17 Ask a question. 27 Discuss the question. 8 Write on the board. 18 Listen to the question. 28 Help each other. 9 Erase the board. 19 Answer the question. 29 Work together. 10 Sit down. /Take your seat. 20 Listen to the answer. 30 Share with the class.
  19. 19. 549" KW <59 . name, “ 129 Elm V. @ .4. . "5;°©@@© ° 2. city Marla . «@©@©©@ 3. : Miami “"; },. .fl©@m© ctionary. In Look the @ wife - . / etdusnt Who Is she? "s‘°' Am/ eziothedzkabna student '9 aunt : daughter 31 Look in the dictionary. 41 Lower the shades. 51 Choose the correct answer. 32 Look up a word. 42 Turn off the lights. 52 Circle the correct answer. 33 Pronounce the word. 43 Look at the screen. 53 Fill in the blank. 34 Read the definition. 44 Take notes. 54 Mark the answer sheet. / 35 Copy the word. 45 Turn on the lights. Bubble the an5WeV- 55 Match the words. 36 Work alone. /Do your own work. 46 Take out a piece of paper. 56 Underline the word. 3 Work with a partner. 47 Pass out the tests. 57 Cross out the word. 38 Break up into small groups. 48 Answer the questions. 58 Unscramble the word. 39 Work in a group. 49 Check your answers. 59 Put the words in order. 40 Work as a class. 50 Collect the tests. 60 Write on a separate sheet of paper. You're the teacher! Give instructions to your students!
  20. 20. PREPOSITIONS 1 above 5 next to 8 to the left of 10 in 2 below 9 to the right of 6 on 11 between 3 in front of 7 under 4 behind [11] A. Where's the dictionary? B. The dictionary is between the globe and the pencil sharpener. [1—10] A. Where's the clock? B. The clock is above the bulletin board. Tell about the classroom on page 4. Use the prepositions in this lesson. Tell about your classroom.
  21. 21. EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES I 1 get up 6 wash my* face 11 get undressed 15 make breakfast 2 take a shower 7 put on makeup 12 take a bath 16 make lunch 3 brush my* teeth 8 brush my* hair 13 go to bed 17 cook/ make dinner 4 shave 9 comb my* hair 14 sleep 18 eat/ have breakfast 5 get dressed 10 make the bed 19 eat/ have lunch " my. his, her, our, your, their 20 eat/ have dmner A. What do you do every day? B. I get up, I take a shower, and I brush my teeth. A. What does he do every day? A. What does she do every day? What do you do every day? Make a list. B. H , h , B. Sh , h , e S e S e S S e S Interview some friends and tell about and he s. and she 5. their everyday activities.
  22. 22. EVTERYMDAY ACTIVITIES II 1 clean the apartment/ 5 feed the baby 9 go to work 13 work Clean the h°U5e 6 feed the cat 10 go to school 14 leave work 2 Wash the dishes 7 walk the dog 11 drive to work 15 go to the store 3 d0 the leuhdr)’ 8 study 12 take the bus to school 16 come home/ get home 4 iron ’ -. ..'. , A. Hello. What are you doing? B. l’m cleaning the apartment. A. Hello, .. ... ... ... . . . This is . ... ... ... .. . . A. Are you going to soon? What are you going to do tomorrow? What are you doing? B_ yes rm going to in a Make a list of everything you are B. I'm ing. How about you? little while. 9°lh9 t° d°- A. I'm ing.
  23. 23. :: ,i: ='ii. §ii; I‘: I§ £11'§: »“Tifl. YLi t1r'l’§i~5J in 1 watch TV 5 read the newspaper 9 play the guitar 13 plant flowers 2 listen to the radio 6 play 10 practice the piano 14 use the computer 3 listen to music 7 play cards 11 exercise 15 write a letter 4 read a book 8 play basketball 12 swim 16 relax E A. Hi. What are you doing? ____ » . r‘* B. I'm watching TV. A. Hi, .. ... ... ... . . . Are you A. What's your (husband/ wife/ son/ What leisure activities do you like to do? ing? daughter/ . . .)doing? What do your family members and mg" 8' He's/ She's jmg friends like to do? B. No, I'm not. I'm
  24. 24. 1 Hello. /Hi. 2 Good morning. 3 Good afternoon. 4 Good evening. 9 Good-bye. /Bye. 10 Good night. 11 See you later. / 8 Not much. /Not too much. See Y0” 50°"- 5 How are you? / How are you doing? 6 Fine. /Fine, thanks. /Okay. 7 What's new? /What's new with you?
  25. 25. Introducing Yourself and Others ‘:2 Hello. My name is . ... ... . . ./ 16 Excuse me. 20 | don’t understand. / Hi. I'm . ... ... . . . 17 May I ask a question? Sorry. ldon’t understand. ‘3 Nice to meet you. 18 Thank you. /Thanks, 21 Can you please repeat that? / ‘.4 Nice to meet you, too, 19 yourre welcome Can you please say that again? '5 I'd like to introduce . ... ... . . ./ 22 l'lell°- This I5 -------- -- Me)! I Please This is . ... ... . . . speak to . ... ... .. ? 23 Yes. Hold on a moment. 24 I'm sorry. .. ... .. . . isn't here right now. : 'actice conversations with other students. Use all the expressions on pages 12 and 13.
  26. 26. THE WEATHER Weather Temperature 1 sunny 7 windy 13 sleeting 19 thermometer 2 cloudy 8 humid/ muggy 14 lightning 20 Fahrenheit 3 clear 9 raining 15 thunderstorm 21 Centigrade/ Celsius 4 hazy 10 drizzling 16 snowstorm 22 hot 5 foggy 11 snowing 17 dust storm 23 warm 6 smoggy 12 hailing 18 heat wave 24 cool 25 cold 26 freezing A. What's the weather like? A. What's the weather forecast? A. How's the weather? B. It's B. There's going to be l4l / B. It's 92-26! . a ML. A. What's the temperature? B. It's . . . degrees I20-21] . What's the weather like today? What's the temperature? What's the weather forecast for tomorrow?
  27. 27. -*I. lm| : Flt-. '-‘ tn‘ Cardinal Numbers 0 zero 11 eleven 21 twenty-one 101 one hundred (and) one 1 one 12 twelve 22 twenty-two 102 one hundred (and) two 2 two 13 thirteen 30 thirty 1,000 one thousand 3 three 14 fourteen 40 forty 10,000 ten thousand 4 four 15 fifteen 50 fifty 100,000 one hundred thousand 5 five 16 sixteen 60 sixty 1,000,000 one million 6 six 17 seventeen 70 seventy 1,000,000,000 one billion 7 seven 18 eighteen 80 eighty 8 eight 19 nineteen 90 ninety 9 nine 20 twenty 100 one hundred 10 ten A. How many people are there in your family? A. How old are you? 3- | 'm a years old. Ordinal Numbers 1st first 11th eleventh 2151: twenty-first 101st one hundred (and) first 2nd second 12th twelfth 22"‘! tW9”tY'5eC°“d 102nd one hundred (and) second 3rd third 13th thirteenth 30th thirtieth -Lcooth one thousandth 4th fourth 14th fourteenth 40th f0rt3eth amloooth ten thousandth st“ fifth 15th fifteenth soth flftifeth 100,000th one hundred thousandth 6th sixth 16th sixteenth 60th sixtleth 1,000,000th one millionth 7th seventh 17th seventeenth 70th seventieth . . 8th eighth 18th eighteenth 80th eightieth 1,000,000,000th one bullionth 9th ninth 19th nineteenth 90th ninetieth 10th tenth 20th twentieth 100th one hundredth A. Is this your first trip to A. What floor do you live on? our country? B. I live on the floor. B, No, It's my trip. How many students are there in your class? What were the names of your teachers in elementary school? (My first-grade teacher was Ms. /Mrs. /Mr. . . .) How many people are there in your country?
  28. 28. two o'clock two fifteen/ two thirty/ two forty-five/ a quarter after two half past two a quarter to three two twenty/ two forty/ two fifty-five/ twenty after two twenty to three five to three A. What time does the movie begin? B. At _. A. What time is it? B. It's - noon/ midnight/ twelve noon twelve midnight A" when does the tram A. What time will we arrive? leave? B. At B. At ___. Tell about your daily schedule: Tell about the use of time in different cultures or countries you know: What do you do? When? Do people arrive on time for work? appointments? parties? (I get up at A l . ... ... ... ... .) Do trains and buses operate exactly on schedule? Do movies and sports events begin on time? DO YOU U-Wally haVe e“°U9h lime to d0 Do workplaces use time clocks or timesheets to record employees’ work hours? things, or do you "run out of time"? Tell about it.
  29. 29. Coins Name Value Written as: 1 penny one cent 1¢ $ .01 2 nickel five cents 5¢ $ .05 3 dime ten cents 10¢ $ .10 4 quarter twenty-five cents 25¢ $ .25 5 half dollar fifty cents 50¢ $ .50 6 silver dollar one dollar $1.00 ‘i A. Soda costs ninety-five cents. Do you have enough change? B. Yes. I have a/ two/ three _(s) and . . . . . . . A. How much is a penny worth? B. A penny is worth one cent. Name We sometimes say: Value Written as: 7 (one-) dollar bill a one one dollar $ 1.00 8 five-dollar bill a five five dollars $ 5.00 9 ten-dollar bill a ten ten dollars $ 10.00 10 twenty-dollar bill a twenty twenty dollars $ 20.00 11 fifty-dollar bill a fifty fifty dollars $ 50.00 12 (one-) hundred dollar bill a hundred one hundred dollars $100.00 A. I'm going to the supermarket. A. Can you change Do you have any cash? ' . ~; g ‘ a five-dollar bill/ a five? B. l have a twenty-dollar bill. ' ' ' l B. Yes. l have A. Twenty dollars is enough. ‘ ‘ five one-dollar bills/ Thanks. 1 4’ ‘ five ones. written 35; we say; Tell about some things you usually buy. $1.30 a dollar and thirty cents What do they Cost? a dollar thirty Name and describe the coins and currency in your $250 two dollars and fifty Cents country. What are they worth in U. S. dollars? two fifty $56.49 fifty-six dollars and forty-nine cents fifty—si>< forty—nine
  30. 30. r2 Fl: /31 . :KllrI‘1: ll “ "'9 llll ‘$: ::: — Days of the Week Months of the Year 1 year 6 Sunday 13 January 19 July 25 January 3, 2012 2 month 7 Monday 14 February 20 August J3"U3|‘Ytl1i| 'd. tW0 3 week 8 Tuesday 15 March 21 September th°”5a”d twelve 4 day 9 Wednesday 16 April 22 October 26 birthday 5 weekend 10 Thursday 17 May 23 November 27 anniversary 11 Friday 18 June 24 December 28 aPp°'”tm°"t 12 Saturday A. When is your B. It's on Which days of the week do you What is your date of birth? What's your favorite day of the week? go to work/ school? (I was born on . .,. ’.".7.‘? l'l? l.‘. .‘3.l. a.}. ’«. ).’? ‘?'. ’.. _.. ) Why? (I go to work/ school on -1 What's your favorite month of the What do you do on the weekend? year? Why?
  31. 31. '| |'lf: :l? i§’l7l= z.‘~‘1s"ll li‘l~‘ ‘inlli 1 yesterday 2 today 3 tomorrow morning afternoon evening night lO~U‘lJ>- 28.’ 29l 8 yesterday morning 9 yesterday afternoon 10 yesterday evening 11 last night 12 this morning 13 this afternoon 14 this evening 15 tonight What did you do yesterday morning/ afternoon / evening? What did you do last night? What are you going to do tomorrow morning/ afternoon/ evening/ night? ~“lZi‘t~‘1 lA‘i~‘ 16 17 18 19 tomorrow morning tomorrow afternoon tomorrow evening tomorrow night 20 last week 21 this week 22 next week What did you do last week? What are your plans for next week? 23 once a week 24 twice a week 25 three times a week 26 every day Seasons 27 spring 28 summer 29 fall/ autumn 30 winter How many times a week do you have English class? /go to the supermarket? /exercise? What's your favorite season? Why?
  32. 32. .. ..‘oa. ,v' . .?. ..» MMUNITIES 1 apartment building 5 condominium/ condo 9 shelter 13 the city 2 house 6 dormitory/ dorm 10 farm 14 the suburbs 3 duplex/ two-family house 7 mobile home 11 ranch 15 the country 4 townhouse/ townhome 8 nursing home 12 houseboat 16 atown/ village Q A. Where do you live? ~ in a/ an ___ll‘9l . K B. llive ona___M‘l2l . in 113-1 6] _ [1—12] [1—12] Tell about people you know and where A. Town Taxi Company. A. This is the Emergency Operator. tl‘eY "Ve- B. Hello. Please send a taxi to B. Please send an ambulance to D. . ISCUSS. .. ... (az<: l<. ires. s). . . . . . . . . .. (§dd. te. s.s). ... .. who fives in dormitories? A. lS that a house 01' an A. l5 that a private home? Who lives in nursing homes? aP3"”"e"‘ bl-'lldl”9? 8. It's a/ an . Who lives in shelters? B~ W5 3/3” S. A. What's your name and telephone number? Whl/7 A‘ All right We'll be there 8. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. right away.
  33. 33. 1| ll ‘~l _1 -; _, bookcase 9 VCR/ video cassette 16 speaker 24 lamp 1 2 picture/ photograph TeC°| 'Cle" 17 stereo system 25 lampshade 3 painting 10 Wall 18 magazine holder 26 end table 4 mantel 11 Ce1l1"9 19 (throw) pillow 27 floor 5 fireplace 12 d'3Pe5 20 sofa/ couch 28 floor lamp 6 fireplace screen 13 Wlnd°W 21 plant 29 armchair 7 DVD player 14 l°Ve$eat 22 coffee table 8 television/ TV 15 Wall Unit 23 rug A. Where are you? 8. l'm in the living room. A. What are you doing? B. l'm dusting* the bookcase. * dusting/ cleaning A' Y°” have 3 Very “ice ll"l"9 "°°m! A. Uh-oh! I just spilled coffee on Tell about your living room. 3. Thank you. your ! (In my living room there's . ... ... ... .. . .) A. Your is/ are beautiful! B. That's okay. Don't worry about it. B. Thank you for saying so.
  34. 34. 1 (dining room) table 2 (dining room) chair 3 buffet tray teapot coffee pot sugar bowl creamer pitcher ONNJOUI-5 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Tl-1l—iE. D|N| NG ROOM. .2 chandelier china cabinet 19 platter 20 butter dish china 21 salt shaker salad bowl 22 pepper shaker serving bowl 23 tablecloth serving dish 24 napkin vase 25 fork candle 26 plate candlestick [in a store] A. May I help you? 8. Yes, please. Do you have A. Yes. B. Thank you. ‘With 12, use the singular. s? 5* are right over there. 1: s3J. I>. w.> 27 knife 28 spoon 29 bowl 30 mug 31 glass 32 cup 33 saucer A. This dining room table is very nice. B. Thank you. It was a gift from my grandmother. * *grandmother/ grandfather/ aunt/ uncle/ . . [At home] Look at this old Where did you buy it? At a yard sale. How do you like it? lt's VERY unusual! I just bought! Tell about your dining room. (in my dining room there's . ... ... ... .. . .) is
  35. 35. I2 ll? ’ I"l 2 Iiu 7 bed 8 electric blanket 15 curtains 21 jewelry box 2 headboard 9 dust ruffle 16 lamp 22 dresser/ bureau 3 pillow 10 bedspread 17 alarm clock 23 mattress 4 pillowcase 11 comforter/ quilt 18 clock radio 24 box spring 5 fitted sheet 12 carpet 19 night table/ nightstand 25 bed frame 6 (flat) sheet 13 chest (of drawers) 20 mirror 7 blanket 14 blinds A. Ooh! Look at that big bug! B. Where? A. It's on the bed! 5;; B. I'LL get it. [In a store] [In a bedroom] Tell about your bedroom. A. Excuse me. l'm looking for A. Oh, no! ljust lost my (l0 “W 135*‘-lF00m tl'1€re'5 ------------ -~l a/ an . * contact lens! 3. We have some very nice 5, B. Where? and they're all on sale this week! A_ [think ifs oh the A- Oh. good! B. l‘l| help you look. ‘ With 14 & 15, use: Excuse me. l'm looking for .
  36. 36. ~OO)lO~Ln~I>-LON-J A ? e:§, Vt= t. V ~. -——-v ii-= ~= . ./ refrigerator 10 dishwashing liquid 19 blender 28 coffeemaker freezer 11 faucet 20 toaster oven 29 trash compactor garbage pail 12 (kitchen) sink 21 microwave (oven) 30 cutting board (electric) mixer 13 dishwasher 22 potholder 31 cookbook cabinet 14 (garbage) disposal 23 tea kettle 32 food processor paper towel holder 15 dish towel 24 stove/ range 33 kitchen chair canister 16 dish rack/ dish drainer 25 burner 34 kitchen table (kitchen) counter 17 spice rack 26 oven 35 placemat dishwasher detergent 18 (electric) can opener 27 toaster A. I think we need a new refrigerator. B. I think you're right. [In a store] [in a kitchen] Tell about your kitchen. Excuse me. Are your 5 A. When did you get this/ these ll“ "11! l<l1‘3l1e“1l1e'e'5 ------------ --l still on sale? new (s)? Yes, they are. They're twenty percent off. B. I got it/ them last week.
  37. 37. ‘I 03lO~U1-D-(Alix) A B. 0 lIlI"‘| I _ 71g)‘ "ill 1'. L. -:: :.1-4.-. -.I: '. -1;: H - .1 . v's. " - ""I an teddy bear 9 changing pad 17 rattle 25 booster seat baby monitor/ intercom 10 diaper pail 18 walker 26 baby seat chest (of drawers) 11 night light 19 cradle 27 high chair crib 12 toy chest 20 stroller 28 portable crib crib bumper/ bumper pad 13 stuffed animal 21 baby carriage 29 potty mobile ‘I4 doll 22 car seat/ safety seat 30 baby frontpack changing table 15 swing 23 baby carrier 31 baby backpack stretch suit 16 playpen 24 food warmer ' . )lJ A. Thank you for the teddy bear. It's a very nice gift. B. You're welcome. Tell me, when are you due? A. In a few more weeks. A. Do you have everything you need before the baby comes? B. Almost everything. We're still looking for a/ an and a/ an Tell about your country: What things do people buy for a new baby? Does a new baby sleep in a separate room, as in the United States? . That's a very nice Where did you get it? it was a gift from . ... ... ... .. . .
  38. 38. l 1 wastebasket 10 cup 19 hand towel 28 2 vanity 11 toothbrush 20 washcloth/ facecloth 29 3 soap 12 toothbrush holder 21 towel rack 30 4 soap dish 13 electric toothbrush 22 plunger 31 5 soap dispenser 14 hair dryer 23 toilet brush 32 6 (bathroom) sink 15 shelf 24 toilet paper 33 7 faucet 16 hamper 25 air freshener 34 8 medicine cabinet 17 fan 26 toilet 35 9 mirror 18 bath towel 27 toilet seat 36 A. Where's the hair dryer? A. Where's the soap? B. It's on the vanity. [Knock. Knock. ] Did l leave my glasses in there? B. Yes. They're on/ in/ next to the A. Bobby? You didn't clean up the bathroom! There's toothpaste on the , and there's powder all over the ! B. Sorry. I'll clean it up right away. shower shower head shower curtain bathtub/ tub rubber mat drain sponge bath mat scale A. Where's the plunger? B. lt's in the soap dish. B. lt's next to the toilet brush. Tell about your bathroom. (In my bathroom there's . ... ... ... .. . .)
  39. 39. Front Yard 1 lamppost 9 (front) light 2 mailbox 10 window 3 front walk 11 (window) screen 4 front steps 12 shutter 5 (front) porch 13 roof 6 storm door 14 garage 7 front door 8 doorbell 9°. >9°. > 15 garage door 16 driveway [On the telephone] Harry's Home Repairs. Hello. Do you fix No, we don't. Oh, okay. Thank you. s? Backyard 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 lawn chair lawnmower tool shed screen door back door door knob deck barbecue/ (outdoor) grill 25 patio 26 gutter 27 drainpipe 28 satellite dish 29 TV antenna 30 chimney 31 side door 32 fence A. When are you going to repair the lamppost? B. l'm going to repair it next Saturday. [At work on Monday morning] A. What did you do this weekend? B. Nothing much. I repaired my and my Do you like to repair things? What things can you repair yoursel‘? What things can't you repair? Who repairs them?
  40. 40. 14 first floor Looking for an Apartment Moving in 1 apartment ads/ 8 moving truck/ 15 second floor classified ads moving van 15 third floor 2 apartment listings 9 neighbor 17 fourth floor 3 vacancy sign 10 building manager 13 roof . _ '11 doorman 19 fire escape S, lgmng a Lease 72 ke)’ 20 parking garage 4 tenant 13 lock 5 landlord 6 lease 7 security deposit 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ! !/. !/I/ up ! Ii 1 . balcony courtyard parking lot parking space swimming pool whirlpool trash bin air conditioner
  41. 41. Q‘! i". V i - . . . -.—. 41 Lobby Doorway Hallway Basement 29 intercom/ speaker 34 peephole 38 fire exit/ 43 storage room 30 buzzer 35 (door) chain eme"9e"CY Stalrwa)’ 44 storage locker 31 mailbox 36 dead-bolt lock 39 fire alarm 45 laundry room 32 elevator 37 smoke detector 40 5P"lnl<le" 5Y5tem 46 security gate 33 stairway 41 superintendent 42 garbage chute/ trash chute I‘l9—46] A. Is there a fire escape? B. Yes, there is. Do you want to see the apartment? A. Yes, I do. : '='9'46l Do you or someone you know live in an [Renting an apartment] [on the telephone] apartment building? Tell about it. 4- Let me 5l‘°W Y0“ a"°U"d~ A. Mom and Dad? I found an apartment. 3 Ol<eY- B. Good. Tell us about it. it Tl"l5l5 the valid A. It has a/ anjand a/ an here's the B. That's nice. Does it have a/ an ? 5' lsee‘ A. Yes it does.
  42. 42. A plumber 1 The bathtub is leaking. 2 The sink is clogged. 3 The hot water heater isn't working. 4 The toilet is broken. B roofer 5 The roof is leaking. C (house) painter 6 The paint is peeling. 7 The wall is cracked. D cable TV company 8 The cable TV isn't working. E appliance repairperson 9 The stove isn't working. 10 The refrigerator is broken. F exterminatorl pest control specialist 11 There are a termites b fleas c ants d bees e cockroaches f rats 9 mice in the kitchen.
  43. 43. G locksmith 12 The lock is broken. I chimneysweep 16 The chimney is dirty. H electrician 13 The front light doesn't go on. 14 The doorbell doesn't ring. 15 The power is out in the J home repairpersonl "handyman" 17 The tiles in the bathroom are loose. l( carpenter 18 The steps are broken. 19 The door doesn't open. L heating and air conditioning service 20 The heating system is broken. 21 The air conditioning isn't working. What do you do when there are problems in your home? living room. l . _ A. What's the matter? I B. 3*: ll . .“'f* ’ A. I think we should call a/ an l‘**l». ' . [1—21) [A—L) A. l'm having a problem in my apartment/ house. A. Can you recommend a good B. What's the problem? 7 A_ B. Yes. You should call . ... ... ... .. . . Do you fix things yourself, or do you call someone?
  44. 44. 9 (dust) mop/ A sweep the floor 1 broom 17 B vacuum 2 dustpan (d| ’Y) mop 18 C mop the floor 3 whisk broom lo (5P°h9e) m°P 19 D wash the windows 4 carpet sweeper ll (Wet) l'h°P 20 E dust 5 vacuum (cleaner) 12 PaPel' t°Wel5 21 F wax the floor 6 vacuum cleaner 13 Wlhd°W Cleahei 22 G ponsh the furniture attachments 14 ammonia 23 H dean the bathroom 7 vacuum cleaner bag 15 dust cloth | take out the garbage 8 hand vacuum 16 feather duster 24 floor wax furniture polish cleanser scrub brush sponge bucketl pail trash can/ garbage can recycling bin I can't find the broom. What household cleaning chores do people do in your home? What things do they use? Etx/ ‘Hg IA~-| l . ' . I1—24I “J1: . W, A. What are you doing? / . A. an 'thfl. 5/TxB. Lk thl g_. y lmsweeping e oor A ‘I oo over ere [1—12, 15, 16, 20-24] [13, 14, 17-19] A. Excuse me. Do you sell (5)? A. Excuse me. Do you sell ? B. Yes. They're at the back of the store. B. Yes. It's at the back of the store. A. Thanks. A. Thanks.
  45. 45. i I 1 yardstick 7 step ladder 14 fuses 21 paint 2 fly swatter 8 mousetrap 15 oil 22 paint thinner 3 plunger 9 masking tape 16 glue 23 paintbrush/ brush 4 flashlight 10 electrical tape 17 work gloves 24 paint pan 5 extension 11 duct tape 18 bug spray/ insect spray 25 paint roller C0|’d 12 batteries 19 roach killer 26 spray gun 6 tape measure 13 lightbulbs/ bulbs 20 sandpaper . I can't find the yardstick! . f B. Look in the utility cabinet. ' , ‘ A. Idid. I Q B. Oh! Wait a minute! llent the yardstick to the neighbors. [1—8, 23-26] A. l'm going to the hardware store. A. Can you think of anything we need? B. Yes. We need a/ an A. Oh, that's right. [9—22] l'm going to the hardware store. Can you think of anything we need? B. Yes. We need A. Oh, that's right. What home supplies do you have? How and when do you use each one?
  46. 46. .0-¢‘. >.uv'l~I“-" ""-5.; TOOYSVAZND HARDWARE ___€_. _ . ... —.. >.. ‘.; no u 26 router wire nail washer nut wood screw machine screw bolt Do you like to work with tools? What tools do you have in your 1 hammer 9 wrench 16 pliers 2 mallet 10 monkey wrench/ 17 toolbox 3 ax PlP9 Wrench 18 plane 4 saw/ handsaw 11 Chisel 19 electric drill 5 hacksaw 12 scraper 20 (drill) bit 6 level 13 Wlle 5t'lPPe" 21 circular saw/ 7 screwdriver 14 hand drill power saw 8 Phillips screwdriver 15 Vlse 22 POWGF Sandel’ A. Can I borrow your hammer? B. Sure. =3‘ A. Thanks. 3- " With 25-30, use: Could I borrow some [1—15, 17-24] [16, 25-30] A. Where's the ? A. Where are the s? B. It's on/ next to/ near/ over/ under B. They're on/ next to/ near/ over/ under home? the the
  47. 47. A mow the lawn 1 lawnmower 8 wheelbarrow 15 leaf blower 3 plant vegetables 2 gas can 9 fertilizer 16 yard waste bag C plant flowers 3 line trimmer 10 (garden) hose 17 (hedge) clippers D water the flowers 4 shovel 11 nozzle 18 hedge trimmer E rake leaves 5 vegetable seeds 12 sprinkler 19 pruning shears F trim the hedge 6 hoe 13 watering can 20 weeder G prune the bushes 7 trowel 14 rake H weed [1—20] A. What are you looking for? B. The lawnmower. lA—Hl A. Hi! Are you busy? B. Yes. l'm mowing the lawn. lA-Hl [1 -20] Do you ever work with any of A. What are you going to do tomorrow? A_ can 1 borrow your 7 these tools? Which ones? What B_ I'm going to Sure’ d0 yOU d0 them?
  48. 48. 1 bakery 2 bank 3 barber shop 4 book store 5 bus station 6 candy store 7 car dealership 8 card store 9 child-care center/ day-care center 10 cleaners/ dry cleaners 11 clinic 12 clothing store 13 coffee shop 14 computer store 15 convenience store 16 copy center
  49. 49. Z“C§1 jj. Ljjywutjj T3: '57?! 17 delicatessen/ deli 21 drug store/ pharmacy 25 flower shop/ florist 18 department store 22 electronics store 26 furniture store 19 discount store 23 eye-care center/ optician 27 gas station/ service station 20 donut shop 24 fast-food restaurant 28 grocery store A. Where are you going? B. l'm going to the bakery. A. Hi! How are you today? A. Oh, no! I can't find my wallet/ purse! Which of these places are in your B. Fine. Where are you going? 8. Did you leave it at the ? nelglll-’°’. l‘°°d? A. To the _ How about you? A‘ Maybe I did (In my neighborhood there s a/ an B. '_m going to the . ... ... ... .. . .)
  50. 50. 1 hair salon 2 hardware store 3 health club 4 hospital 5 hotel 6 ice cream shop 7 jewelry store 8 laundromat 9 library 10 maternity shop 11 motel 12 movie theater 13 music store 14 nail salon 15 park 16 pet shop/ pet store
  51. 51. 25 toy store 21 school 17 photo shop 18 pizza shop 19 post office 20 restaurant 26 train station 22 shoe store 27 travel agency 28 video store 23 (shopping) mall 24 supermarket ? n . m a s . W a h e In t Is e r. e M A. B. It's right over there. ? Which of these places are in your neighborhood? nearby? A. Excuse me. Where's the A. Is there a/ an B. Yes. There's a/ an B. It's down the street, next to the A. Thank you. (In my neighborhood there's a/ an around the corner.
  52. 52. 1 courthouse 2 taxi/ cab/ taxicab 3 taxi stand 4 taxi driver/ cab driver 5 fire hydrant 6 trash container 7 city hall 8 fire alarm box 9 mailbox 10 sewer 11 police station 12 jail 13 sidewalk 14 street 15 street light 16 parking lot 17 meter maid 18 parking meter 19 garbage truck 20 subway 21 subway station
  53. 53. 27 pedestrian 22 newsstand 32 bus stop 23 traffic light/ 28 ice cream truck 33 bus t"'3ff1C5l9n3l 29 curb 34 bus driver 24 intersection 25 police officer 26 crosswalk 35 office building 36 public telephone 30 parking garage 31 fire station A. Where's the [An Election Speech] If l am elected mayor, l'| l take care of all the problems in our city. We need to do something about our s. We also need to do something about our s. And look at our 5! We REALLY need to do something about THEMl We need a new mayor who can solve these problems. lfl am elected mayor, we'll be proud of our s, s, and ms again! Vote for me! 37 street sign 38 manhole 39 motorcycle 40 street vendor 41 drive-through window ‘.7 B. On/ In/ Next to/ Between / Across from/ In front of/ Behind/ Under/ Over the .2. Go to an intersection in your city or town. What do you see? Make a list. Then tell about it.
  54. 54. S N m T W _R. C S E D L A m S V- H P WD N A F. L D. O E P 20 pregnant age 11 young 1 child-children 2 baby/ infant 3 toddler 4 boy 5 girl 21 physically challenged 22 vision impaired 23 hearing impaired 12 middle-aged 13 old/ elderly 15 average height 16 short weight 17 heavy 6 teenager 7 adult 8 man—men 9 woman—women 10 senior citizen/ elderly person 18 average weight 19 thin/ slim
  55. 55. Describing Hair 24 long 27 straight 30 black 35 bald 25 shoulder length 28 wavy 31 brown 26 short 29 curly 32 blond 36 beard 33 red 37 mustache 34 gray What does your new boss look like? She's average height, and she has long straight A. Tell me about your brother. 8. He's a tall heavy boy with short curly 9°? ’ brown hair. black hair. 1]‘ 3-1, Wl . I . . Can you describe the person? Can you describe your grandmother’? He's a tall thin middle-aged man. She's a short thin elderly person with long wavy . Anything else? gray hair. Yes. He's bald, and he has a mustache. . Anything else? Yes. She's hearing impaired. P°>F°? > 95> 9°? Tell about yourself. Tell about people in your family. Tell about your favorite actor or actress or other famous person.
  56. 56. long - short large/ big — small/ little fast — slow heavy/ fat - thin/ skinny heavy - light straight — crooked straight — curly wide — narrow thick -— thin 31-32 33-34 35-36 37-38 39-40 41-42 43-44 45-46 47-48 loose — tight good — bad hot — cold neat - messy clean — dirty soft - hard easy — difficult/ hard smooth — rough noisy/ loud - quiet married — single
  57. 57. '. A ‘l ‘I “ C’ ; i&n-. .I . ... ._‘. 'l_’‘. . .3 j , I. 49-50 rich / wealthy - poor 61-62 expensive - cheap/ inexpensive 51-52 pretty/ beautiful - ugly 63-64 fancy — plain 53-54 handsome - ugly 65-66 shiny — dull 55-56 wet — dry 67-68 sharp - dull S7-58 open - closed 69-70 comfortable - uncomfortable 59-60 full — empty 71-72 honest — dishonest I1-Zl A. Is your car new? B. No. It's old. 1-2 is your car 37-38 Are the windows T? 3-4 Is he ? 39-40 is the mattress ? 5-6 is your sister T? 41-42 is the homework T? 7-8 is his hair T? 43-44 is your skin T? 9-10 is their dog T? 45-46 Is your neighbor T? 11-12 Is the train ? 47-48 is your sister ? 13-14 Is your friend ? 49-50 Is your uncle ? 15-16 Is the box T? 51-52 is the witch ? 17-18 is the road T? 53-54 Is the pirate ? 19-20 is her hair T? 55-56 Are the clothes ? 21-22 Is the tie T? 57-58 Is the door ? 23-24 is the line T? 59-60 is the pitcher ? 25-26 is the room T? 61-62 Is that restaurant T? 27-28 Is the bridge ? 63-64 is the dress ? 29-30 Are the pants T? 65-66 is your kitchen floor ? 31-32 Are your neighbor's children T? 67-68 is the knife ? 33-34 Is the water T? 69-70 Is the chair ? 35-36 Is your desk T? 71-72 is he ? l A. Do you have a/ an . .. ... .. . .? . B. No. Ihave 3/an A. Tell meiabout your . ... ... . . . B. He's/ She's/ lt's/ They're Describe yourself. Describe a person you know. Describe some things in your home. Describe some things in your community.
  58. 58. .S N m T O _M, E D N _A S m M S I. A m S . Y _H P G m, m_ R C S F. D, 13 excited 14 disappointed 15 upset 16 annoyed 9 full 10 happy 5 hot 1 tired 6 cold 2 sleepy 11 sad/ unhappy 12 miserable 7 hungry 8 thirsty 3 exhausted 4 sick/ ill
  59. 59. —«—‘ g 21 surprised I 25 nervous 18 furious 22 shocked 26 worried 30 embarrassed 19 disgusted 23 lonely 27 scared/ afraid 31 jealous 20 frustrated 24 homesick 28 bored 32 confused F’. 3.’ A. Are you ? “. "~Y’ B. No. Why do you ask? Do I LOOK ? A. Yes. You do. A. You look B. lam. l'm VERY What makes you happy? sad? mad? What do you do when you feel nervous? annoyed? Do you ever feel embarrassed? When?
  60. 60. 1 apple 7 apricot 14 avocado 20 lemon 27 dates 2 peach 8 nectarine 15 cantaloupe 21 lime 28 raisins 3 pear 9 kiwi 16 honeydew (melon) 22 orange 29 nuts 4 banana 10 papaya 17 watermelon 23 tangerine 30 raspberries 5 plantain 11 mango 18 pineapple 24 grapes 31 blueberries 6 plum 12 fig 19 grapefruit 25 cherries 32 strawberries 13 coconut 26 prunes [1—23] l24—32] , A. This apple is delicious! A. These grapes are delicious! Where did you get it? Where did you get them? A. l'm hungry. Do we have any fruit? A. Do we have any more B. Yes. We have * With 15-19, use: We have s. * and 5* and B. At Sam's Supermarket. B. At Franny's Fruit Stand. What are your favorite fruits? Which fruits don't you like? D571 B. No. I'll get some more when I go to the supermarket. f With 15-19 use: Do we have any more ? Which of these fruits grow where you live‘? Name and describe other fruits you know.
  61. 61. celery corn broccoli cauliflower spinach parsley asparagus eggplant lettuce cabbage .1 O~OO0IO~U1->~LsJi. )—‘- A. How do you like the 18 bok choy 21 zucchini 22 acorn squash 23 butternut squash 24 garlic 25 pea 26 string bean/ green bean 27 lima bean 28 black bean 29 kidney bean 30 ‘1-15 A. Bobby? Finish yourvegetablesl 1-15 / 16-38 57 B. Butyou KNOWlhate B. lt's/ They're delicious. [1-15] / [16-38] Si brussels sprout cucumber tomato carrot radish mushroom artichoke potato sweet potato yam 31 green pepper/ sweet pepper 32 red pepper 33 jalapefio (pepper) 34 chili pepper 35 beet 36 onion 37 scallion/ green onion 38 turnip A. What do we need from the supermarket? B. We need celery* and peasfl 1' 16-38 Which vegetables do you like? Which vegetables don't you like? Which of these vegetables grow where you live? A. lknow. But it's/ they're good for you! Name and describe other vegetables you know.
  62. 62. . i—S ' / ,/'7'7"/ '-/ '7/""'-5”/ ‘ii? ’ 1 Fa‘. up 00’ 9% 5? ll. ll‘ . Q 9(', .€. “i, ima . . '3 Meat Poultry Seafood 1 steak 8 tripe 15 chicken FISH SHELLFISH 2 ground beef 9 liver 16 chicken breasts 22 salmon 29 shrimp 3 stewing beef 10 pork 17 chicken legs/ 23 halibut 30 scallops 4 roast beef 11 pork chops d| 'Um5tlCl<5 24 haddock 31 crabs 5 ribs 12 sausages 13 Chicken Wlngs 25 flounder 32 clams 6 leg of lamb 13 ham 19 Cl'ilCl<e“ Thigh-5 26 trout 33 mussels 7 lamb chops 14 bacon 20 turkey 27 catfish 34 oysters 21 duck 28 filet of sole 35 lobster -7-” 4 A. l'm going to the supermarket. What do we need? ‘ B. Please get some steak. A. Steak? All right. A. Excuse me. Where can I find 7 A. This/ These | ooks/ Do you eat meat, poultry, or seafood? 3 Look gn the section look very fresh! Which of these foods do you like? A_ Thank you B. Let's get some for dinner. Which of these foods are popular in your country?
  63. 63. Dairy Products 1 milk 2 low-fat milk 3 skim milk 4 chocolate milk 5 orangejuice* 6 cheese 7 butter * Orange juice and tofu are not dairy products, Juices 15 applejuice 9 sour cream 16 pineapplejuice 10 cream cheese 17 grapefruit juice 11 cottage cheese 18 tomatojuice 8 margarine 12 yogurt 19 grapejuice 13 tofu* 20 fruit punch 14 eggs 21 juice paks but they're usually found in this section. mix A. Excuse me. Where can lfind ? A. Look! B. Look in the Section. this Week! A_ Thank5_ B. Let's get somel 22 powdered drink is/ are on sale Beverages 23 soda 24 diet soda 25 bottled water Coffee and Tea 26 coffee 29 tea 27 decaffeinated 30 herbal tea coffee/ decaf 31 ¢ocoa/ 28 instant coffee hot Chocolate mix A. l'm going to the supermarket to get some milk. Do we need anything else? B. Yes. Please get some apple juice. Which of these foods do you like? Which of these foods are good for you? Which brands of these foods do you buy?
  64. 64. DELI, FROZEN FOODS, AND SNAClE FOO -. _- Deli Frozen Foods Snack Foods 1 roast beef 7 pastrami 13 potato salad 18 ice cream 23 potato chips 2 bologna 8 Swiss cheese 14 cole slaw 19 frozen vegetables 24 tortilla chips 3 salami 9 provolone 15 macaroni salad 20 frozen dinners 25 pretzels 4 ham 10 American cheese 16 pasta salad 21 frozen lemonade 26 nuts 5 turkey 11 mozzarella 17 seafood salad 22 frozen orange juice 27 popcorn 6 corned beef 12 cheddar cheese A. Should we get some roast beef? B. Good idea. And let's get some potato salad. [1-17] [1—27] What kinds of snack foods are popular in your A. May I help you? A. Excuse me. Where is/ are ? C0‘-lhtfy? 3- Yes. Please‘ Vd like B. lt's/ They're in the Section. me Are frozen foods common in your country? What 50 S’ kinds of foods are in the Frozen Foods Section?
  65. 65. T91 : +:~x>1:a : {|§~f~ as: Packaged Goods Canned Goods Condiments Baked Goods 1 cereal 8 soup 15 ketchup 23 soy sauce 30 bread 2 cookies 9 tuna (fish) 16 mustard 24 mayonnaise 31 rolls 3 crackers 10 (canned) vegetables 17 relish 25 (cooking) oil 32 English muffins 4 macaroni 11 (canned) fruit 18 pickles 26 olive oil 33 pita bread 5 noodles _ 19 olives 27 salsa 34 cake 6 spaghetti ‘lam_5 3"‘, 'l°ll'e5 20 salt 28 vinegar _ 7 rice 12 Jam 21 pepper 29 salad dressing Bakmg Pmducts 13 jelly 22 spices 35 flour 14 peanut butter 36 sugar 37 cake mix A. I got cereal and soup. What else is on the shopping list? B. Ketchup and bread. A. Excuse me. l'm looking A. Fardon me. l'm looking Which of these foods do you like? i’ OI’ B. ltcls/ Tfyte next to the B. lt's/ They're between the which brands of these foods d0 you buy? and the .
  66. 66. 54 HOUSEI-lOiLD SUPPLIES, BABY PRODUCTS, AND PET FOOD Paper Products Household Items Baby Products Pet Food 1 napkins 8 sandwich bags 15 baby cereal 20 cat food 2 paper cups 9 trash bags 16 baby food 21 dog food 3 tissues 10 soap 17 formula 4 straws 11 liquid soap 18 wipes 5 paper plates 12 aluminum foil 19 (disposable) diapers 6 paper towels 13 plastic wrap 7 toilet paper 14 waxed paper A. Excuse me. Where can I find napkins? B. Napkins? Look in Aisle 4. [7, 10-17, 20, 21] [1-6. 8, 9, 18, 19] What do you need from the supermarket? A. We forgot to get I A. We forgot to get 1 Make 3 C°"“Ple"e 5l"°PPl"9 llstl B. I'll get it. Where is it? B. I'll get them. Where are they? A. It's in Aisle A. They're in Aisle
  67. 67. -. p.— 1: ‘as y THE SUPER MARKET V “V ¢'. V/ AH. 1 aisle 8 shopping cart 15 express checkout (line) 22 clerk 2 shopper/ customer 9 (chewing) gum 16 tabloid (newspaper) 23 scale 3 shopping basket 10 candy 17 magazine 24 can-return 4 checkout line 11 coupons 18 scanner machine 5 checkout counter 12 cashier 19 plastic bag 25 b°ttle"etU"‘ 6 conveyor belt 13 paper bag 20 produce machllle 7 cash register 14 bagger/ packer 21 manager (1-8, 11-19, 21-25] [9, 10, 20] A. This is a gigantic supermarket! A. This is a gigantic supermarket! B. It is! Look at all the aisles! B. It is. Look at all the produce! Where do you usually shop for food? Do you go to a supermarket, or do you go to a small grocery store? Describe the place where you shop. Describe the differences between U. S. supermarkets and food stores in your country.
  68. 68. at i‘; i:i": lk‘l‘i7lli/ llii‘il_: i:, 5 MI: ;r. i:r: liW‘? i1‘I3-’. 1 bag 5 can 9 head 14 roll 18 pint 2 bottle 6 carton 10 jar 15 six-pack 19 quart 3 box 7 container 11 loaf-loaves 16 stick 20 half-gallon 4 bunch 8 dozen* 12 pack 17 tube 21 gallon 13 package 22 liter *"a dozen eggs, " NOT "a dozen of eggs" 23 pound A. Please get a bag of flour when you go to the supermarket. B. A bag of flour? Okay. ’ A. Please get two bottles of ketchup when you go to the supermarket. B. Two bottles of ketchup? Okay. [At home] [In a supermarket] Open your kitchen cabinets and A. What did you get at the A. Is this the express checkout line? "ef'!9_e'et0V- Make 3 “St Of all the things '5UPeVme"l<et? B. Yes, it is. Do you have more than y°“ find’ B‘ I got j ' and eight items? What do you do with empty bottles, jars A- N‘: l °”lY have j» j: and cans? Do you recycle them, reuse an them, or throw them away?
  69. 69. *It‘ltr: . oi: i'iI_= §‘, :=1 H, I1:I1_= ‘u teaspoon tablespoon 1 (fluid) ounce tsp. Tbsp. 1 fl. oz. _O ll 8 * cup pint quart gallon c. pt. qt. gal. 8 fl. ozs. 16 fl. ozs. 32 fl. ozs. 128 fl. ozs. A. How much water should I put in? A. This fruit punch is delicious! What's in it? B. The recipe says to add one of water. B. Two s of apple juice, three of orange juice, and a of grape juice. an ounce a quarter half a pound three-quarters of a pound of a pound 1/4 lb. 1/2 lb. 3/4 lb. lb. oz. 4 ozs. 8 ozs. 12 ozs. 16 ozs. A. How much roast beef would you like? A. This chili tastes very good! What did you put B. I'd like , please. in it? A. Anything else? B. of ground beef, of beans, B. Yes. Please give me of Swiss cheese. of tomatoes, and of chili powder.
  70. 70. 11 combine and 16 boil 21 simmer 12 mix and 17 broil 22 roast 13 put in 18 steam 23 barbecue/ grill 14 cook 19 fry 24 stir-fry 15 bake 20 saute 25 microwave A. Can I help you? B. Yes. Please cut up the vegetables. [1—25l What's your favorite recipe? Give instructions and use the A. What are you doing? units of measure on page 57. For example: 3. l'm ing the . ... ... ... .. . . Mix a cup of flour and two tablespoons of sugar. Add half a pound of butter. Bake at 350° (degrees) for twenty minutes. [14—25] A. How long should I the . ... ... ... . . .? B. the . ... ... ... . . . for . ... ... ... . . . minutes/ seconds.
  71. 71. 1 ice cream scoop 10 wok 19 roasting pan 28 cookie sheet 2 can opener 11 ladle 20 roasting rack 29 cookie cutter 3 bottle opener 12 strainer 21 carving knife 30 (mixing) bowl 4 (vegetab| e)pee| er 13 spatula 22 saucepan 31 whisk 5 (egg) beater 14 steamer 23 colander 32 measuring cup 6 lid/ cover/ top 15 knife 24 kitchen timer 33 measuring spoon 7 pot 16 garlic press 25 rolling pin 34 cake pan 8 frying pan/ skillet 17 grater 26 pie plate 35 wooden spoon 9 double boiler 18 casserole dish 27 paring knife A. Could I possibly borrow your ice cream scoop? B. Sure. I'll be happy to lend you my ice cream scoop. A. Thanks. IA Cemmeielell What kitchen utensils and A. What are you looking for? Come to Kitchen World! We have cookware do you have in 3’ I Can't find the ‘ everything you need for your kitchen, from your kitchen? - - - s and s, to s A si ? Is it time to throw out your old Ver)’ Ofte”? ? Come to Kitchen World today! We have everything you need! which things do you rarely use?
  72. 72. llllllll. ‘ l-1 . .. l in .1136?’ 1 hamburger 8 nachos 15 frozen yogurt 22 plastic utensils 2 cheeseburger 9 taco 16 milkshake 23 ketchup 3 hot dog 10 burrito 17 soda 24 mustard 4 fish sandwich 11 slice of pizza 18 lids 25 mayonnaise 5 chicken sandwich 12 bowl of chili 19 paper cups 26 relish 6 fried chicken 13 salad 20 straws 27 salad dressing 7 french fries 14 ice cream 21 napkins l . Excuse me. We're almost out of I18~Z7l . . I'll get some more from the supply room. Thanks for telling me. A. May I help you? B. Yes. I'd like a/ an li-5. 94'/ I / an order of lé-5] . Do you go to fast-food restaurants? Which ones? How often? What do you order? Are there fast-food restaurants in your country? Are they popular? What foods do they have?
  73. 73. 1 donut 8 eggs 15 coffee 22 tuna fish sandwich 29 white bread 2 muffin 9 pancakes 16 decaf coffee 23 egg salad sandwich 30 whole wheat 3 bagel 10 waffles 17 tea 24 chicken salad sandwich breed 4 bun 11 toast 18 iced tea 25 ham and cheese sandwich 31 Pita hfead S danish/ pastry 12 bacon 19 lemonade 26 corned beef sandwich 32 PUmPemiCl<el 6 biscuit 13 sausages 20 hot chocolate 27 BLT/ bacon, lettuce, and 33 ‘Ye breed 7 croissant 14 home fries 21 milk temate Sandwich 34 3 7°“ 28 roast beef sandwich 35 a submarine roll A- May I help you? A. I'd like a _l_22fl_ on _i&§l_, please. B. Yes. I'd like a _lfll__/ B. What do you want on it? an order of BL, please. A. Lettuce/ tomato/ mayonnaise/ mustard/ . . . A. Anything to drink? B. Yes. I'll have a smal| /medium-size/ large/ extra-large B154” . V Do you like these foods? Which ones? Where do you get them? How often do you have them?
  74. 74. A seat the customers B pour the water C take the order D serve the meal I4-9! A. Would you like a booth? B. Yes, please. ‘i‘: :I’; :lEl'~"§I': ‘uI’: M1‘i'7 lr 13 salad bar 1 hostess 7 booster seat 2 host 8 menu 14 dining room 3 diner/ patron/ customer 9 bread basket 15 kitchen 4 booth 10 busperson 16 chef 5 table 11 waitress/ server 6 high chair 12 waiter/ server [1, 2, 13-16] A. This restaurant has a wonderful salad bar. B. I agree. A. Hello. My name is Julie, and I'll be your waitress this evening. B. Hello.
  75. 75. J *'; T E clear the table F pay the check G leave a tip H set the table 3." All right. I'll [1, 2,10—12,16,18] A. Do you have anyjob openings? A. Excuse me. I dropped my B. Yes. We're looking for a right away. 17 dishroom 23 salad plate 31 napkin 18 dishwasher 24 bread-and-butter plate . _ silverware 19 tray 25 dinner plate 32 salad fork 20 dessert cart 26 soup bowl 33 dinner fork 21 check 27 water glass 34 knife 22 tip 28 wine g ass 35 teaspoon 29 cup 36 soup spoon 30 saucer 37 butter knife [23—37] A. Excuse me. Where does the go? to the left of the to the right of the B. It goes on the between the and the [23—37] Tell about a restaurant you know. B. That's okay. I'll get you another from the kitchen. Describe the place and the people. (ls the restaurant large or small? How many tables are there? How many people work there? Is there a salad bar? . . .)
  76. 76. .~. » . .-. §{_= l~“2I: l. ‘l: f:n‘l'i' iiiI_= i’i’i, i'i o~u1.kwN _. ‘5-’f- . . . . . . . ' ‘t cocktal 83 _ rui to juice _l 8_Greek salafad 1.4. bak_ed cnicken cocktai 9_ spinach sa( late) 15. broiled fish “"95 10. ant| Pa5t°l ‘:1 16. spaghetti and 11_ caesar sa 21 meatballs 17. veal cutlet [Ordering dinner] May I take your order? Yes, please. For the appetizer, I'd like the And what kind of salad would you like? I'll have the _l7*' ll . And for the main course? _ I'd like the please. [Ordering dessert] What side dish would you like with that? A. Would you care for some dessert? Hmm. lthink I'll have jl“5"/ T»): . B. Yes. |’| |have. 5‘ Ai"’”3_7 / an l-3'93 P°. >P°. >.°°. >P°? Tell about the food at a restaurant you know. What's on the menu? What are some typical foods on the menus of restaurants in your country?
  77. 77. 1. red green 2. pink light green 3. orange dark green yellow purple 5. brown black beige white blue gray navy blue silver turquoise gold A. What's your favorite color? B. Red. 4.. I like your shin, A. My TV is broken. Do you know the flags of different countries? You look very good in B, what's the matter wnh it? What are the colors of flags you know? 3. Thank you. is my A. People's faces are . , ' What color makes you ha y? What color la‘/ orlte color' the sky '5 ' and the makes you sad? Why? PP grass is I
  78. 78. A. I really like your B. Thank you. A. Where did you get it/ them? B. At . ... ... ... .. . . 1 blouse 9 sweater 2 skirt 10 jacket 3 shirt 11 sport coat/ sportjacket/ 4- pants/ slacks iacket 5 sport shirt 12 5'-lit 5 jeans ‘I3 three-piece suit 7 knit shirt/ jersey 14 fie/ necktie 8 dress A. Oh, no! ljust ripped my ! B. What a shame! 15 uniform 23 tunic 16 T-shirt 24 leggings 17 shorts 25 overalls 18 maternity dress 26 turtleneck 19 jumpsuit 27 tuxedo 20 vest 28 bow tie 21 jumper 29 (evening) govt’ 22 blazer A. I think I'll wear my new blouse today. B. Good idea! What clothing items in this lesson do you wear? What color clothing do you like to wear? What do you wear at work or at school? at parties at weddings?
  79. 79. coat 8 cap 15 umbrella overcoat 9 leather jacket 16 poncho hat 10 baseball cap 17 rainjacket jacket 11 windbreaker 18 rain boots scarf/ muffler 12 raincoat 19 ski hat sweater jacket 13 rain hat 20 ski jacket tights 14 trench coat 21 gloves A. I think I'll wear my -6, 8-17, 19, 20, 22, 23,25, 28] . May I help you? Yes, please. l'm looking for a/ an [7, 18,21, 24,26,271 A. May I help you? B. Yes, please. l'm looking for A. What's the weather like today? B. It's cool/ cold/ raining/ snowing. ski mask down jacket mittens parka sunglasses ear muffs down vest What do you wear outside when the weather is cool? /when it's raining? /when it's very cold?
  80. 80. 1 pajamas 7 undershirt/ T-shirt 13 (bikini) panties 2 nightgown 8 (jockey) shorts/ underpants/ 14 briefs/ underpants 3 nightshirt bflefs 15 bra 4 bathrobe/ robe 9 b°X9" 5h°VtS/ b0XeF5 16 camisole 5 suppers 10 athletic supporter/ jockstrap 17 half sup 6 blanket sleeper 11 l°"9 Underwear/ l°“9l°l‘n5 18 (full) slip 12 socks I can't find my new Yes, I did. A. B. A. B. Then it's/ they're probably in the wash. What sleepwear items do you wear? What sleepwear items do people in your family wear? 19 stockings 20 pantyhose 21 tights 22 knee—highs 23 knee socks Did you look in the bureau/ dresser/ closet?
  81. 81. EXERCISE CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR 1 tank top sweatshirt 21 sandals 2 running shorts sweatpants ' 22 thongs/ 3 sweatband cover-up fllP‘fl°P5 4 jogging suit/ 10 swimsuit/ bathing suit 16 loafers 23 b°°t5 fuming 5Ult/ 11 swimming trunks/ 17 sneakers/ athletic shoes 24 W°"l< b°°t5 warm-up suit swimsuitl 13 tennis shoes 25 hiking boots 5 T-Sl"lll’t bathing SUlt 19 running shoes 25 cowboy bogts 6 lycra shorts/ 12 leotard 20 high-tops/ high—top 27 m°CC35l“5 bike shorts Sneakers [13-27] A. Are those new ? B. Yes, they are. A. They're very nice. B. Thanks. [1—12] A. Excuse me. lfound this/ these in the dryer. is it/ Are they yours? B. Yes. lt's/ They're mine. Thank you. Do you exercise? What do you do’? What kind of clothing do you wear when you exercise? What kind of shoes do you wear when you go to work or to school? when you exercise? when you relax at home? when you go out with friends or family members?
  82. 82. 1 ring engagement ring 3 wedding ring/ wedding band 4 earrings necklace 6 pearl necklace/ pear| s/ string of pearls N [In a store] A. Excuse me. is this/ Are these on sale this week? B. Yes. lt's/ They're half price. 1 1 1 1 A. Oh, no! lthink I lost my ring! B. I'll help you look for it. A. >93 7 chain 14 suspenders 21 purse/ handbag 8 beads 15 watch/ wrist watch P°Cketb°°l‘ 9 pin/ brooch 16 handkerchief 22 5l'! °Uld9" bag 0 locket 17 key ring/ key chain 23 10159 bag 1 bracelet 18 change purse 24 b°°l< bag 2 barrette 19 wallet 25 backpack 3 cuff links 2o belt 26 makeup bag 27 briefcase A. Oh, no! Ithink I lost my earrings. ' ’ B. I'll help you look for them. Do you like to wearjewelry? What jewelry do you have? ‘ [On the street] Help! Police! Stop that man/ woman! What happened? ! . He/ She just stole my and my ! In your country, what do men, women and children use to carry their things?
  83. 83. Types of Clothing 1 long-sleeved shirt short-sleeved shirt LU l') sleeveless shirt turtleneck (shirt) .1- V-neck sweater cardigan sweater crewneck sweater turtleneck sweater OJlO~UI i—2»". l A. May I help you? 9 knee-high socks 10 ankle socks 11 crew socks 12 pierced earrings 13 clip-on earrings Types of Material 14 corduroy pants 15 leather boots 16 nylon stockings cotton T-shirt denim jacket flannel shirt polyester blouse linen dress silk scarf wool sweater straw hat ‘ 125421 A. How do you like this B. Yes, please. I'm looking for a shirt. * A. What kind? B. l'm looking for a long-sleeved shirt. * With 9-16: l'm looking for one. tie/ shirt/ skirt? B. Actually, I prefer that Patterns 25 striped 26 checked 27 plaid 28 polka-dotted 29 patternedl print 30 flowered/ floral 31 paisley 32 solid blue [: .l'ii”. '7l Sizes 33 extra-small 34 small 35 medium 36 large 37 extra-large A! What size are you B. looking for? Describe your favorite clothing items. For each item, tell about the color, the type of material, the size, and the pattern.
  84. 84. J . ..»%. .._. ._. .,. _._. -.. _. ._. . . _. . . _ ~——— II? ‘-"ii ll~""1 o o 1-2 long — short 9-10 fancy — plain 17 stained collar 21 shorten the skirt 3-4 tight — loose/ baggy 11-12 heavy — light 18 ripped/ torn pocket 22 lengthen the sleeves 5-6 large/ big — small 13-14 dark — light 19 broken zipper 23 take in the jacket 7-8 high - low 15-16 wide — narrow 20 missing button 24 let out the pants 25 fix/ repair the seam l1—2l A. Are the sleeves too long? B. No. They're too short. 1-2 Are the sleeves too ? 9-10 Are the buttons too ? 3-4 Are the pants too ? 11-12 is the coat too ? 5-6 Are the buttonholes too ? 13-14 Is the color too ? 7-8 Are the heels too ? 15-16 Are the lapels too ? If [17—2o] i 4 A. What's the matter with it? '. ' ' B. It has a stained collar. [2‘I—25l A. Please shorten the skirt B. Shorten the skirt? Oka} Tell about the differences between clothing people wear now and clothing people wore a long time ago.

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