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AROUND THE HOUSE – ROOMS IN A HOUSE

Learn English Vocabulary Rooms in a house vocabulary USEFUL VOCABULARY - CLICK ON A ROOM TO FIND OUT MORE bathroom | bedroom | kitchen | living room / lounge BUILD UP Other Rooms Attic People store things in the attic. Ballroom A room in stately homes where rich people dance...
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FOOTBALL

USEFUL VOCABULARY THE FOOTBALL PITCH - THE CENTER SPOT | CENTER CIRCLE | HALF-WAY LINE | TOUCHLINE (AKA SIDELINE) | PENALTY AREA | PENALTY ARC | CORNER ARC | GOAL BOX | GOAL LINE | THE...
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FOOD

USEFUL VOCABULARY Click for each topic. FRUIT | VEGETABLES | MEAT AND FISH | OTHER FOOD BUILD UP Masculine Feminine Young Bull Cow Calf Ram Sheep Lamb Boar Sow Piglet Cockerel Hen Chicken Commonly Eaten Types of Fish Salmon Cod Plaice Haddock Trout Types of Steak Fillet Rump Sirloin T-Bone Stewing Things to do with eggs egg boiled egg scrambled egg fried egg NATURALLY SPEAKING Uncountable Nouns A lot of food is made up of uncountable nouns, to...
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ENTERTAINMENT

Useful Vocabulary ENTERTAINMENT - GOING OUT - PLACES TO GO Theatre(s) Cinema(s) Museum(s) Art Gallery (Galleries) Circus(es) Fun Fair(s) Zoo(s) Casino(s) Disco(s) Build Up IF YOU GO TO ANY OF THESE PLACES ARE YOU A CUSTOMER, A VISITOR OR A MEMBER OF THE AUDIENCE? If you go to...
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FOOD AND DRINK – EATING OUT

Useful Vocabulary   waiter(s) waitress(es) chef(s) menu(s) glass(es) bottle(s) candle(s) bill(s) credit card(s) tip(s) taxi(s)   SEE ALSO EATING AT HOME AND FOOD VOCABULARY.   Build Up PLACES TO EAT OUT Cafe Snack Bar Fast Food Restaurant Pub Bistro Restaurant Hotel Restaurant PARTS OF A MENU Starters/Appetizers/Entrees/Hors D'oeuvres Soups Main Courses (Meat/Fish/Vegetarian) Desserts Beverages (Coffee etc.) Wine/Drinks List (sometimes on a separate menu) Naturally Speaking Booking a Table Placing Your Order Complaining I'd...
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FOOD AND DRINK – EATING AT HOME

Useful Vocabulary knife (knives) fork(s) spoon(s) teaspoon(s) plate(s) bowl(s) cup(s) saucer(s) table(s) chair(s) glass(es) tablecloth(s) placemat(s) serviette(s) Build Up MEALTIMES EARLY MORNING (AM) - BREAKFAST MID MORNING (11.00 AM) - BRUNCH - A MIXTURE OF BREAKFAST AND LUNCH (US) / ELEVENSES - A LIGHT SNACK (UK) NOON (12.00 ISH) - LUNCH EVENING (PM) -...
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EDUCATION

USEFUL VOCABULARY General furniture and equipment desk(s) chair(s) PC(s) personal computer(s) chalkboard(s) book(s) shelf (shelves) OHP(s) overhead projector(s) projector(s) beamer(s) TV(s) television(s) copier(s) photocopier(s) hole punch(es) stapler(s) scissors sellotape drawing pin(s) paper clip(s) General writing equipment pen(s) biro(s) paper exercise book(s) ruler(s) Special art equipment paint brush(es) palette(s) paint crayon(s) pencil(s) pencil sharpener(s) rubber(s) eraser(s) glue craft knife(knives) Special geography equipment globe(s) map(s) Special math equipment calculator(es) set square(s) protractor(s) compass(es) Special science equipment bunsen burner(s) beaker(s) flask(s) funnel(s) test tube(s) BUILD UP Things you learn/study at school -...
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CLOTHES

MEN'S CLOTHES suit(s) shirt(s) tie(s) WOMEN'S CLOTHES dress(es) blouse(s) skirt(s) tanktop(s) UNI-SEX coat(s) jacket(s) t-shirt(s) trouser(s) jean(s) short(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) cardigan(s) sweatshirt(s) with a hood = hoodie(s) glove(s) mitten(s) BABY CLOTHES romper suit(s) nappy (nappies) HOLIDAY/LEISURE CLOTHES swimming trunk(s) bikini(s) swimsuit(s) swimming costume(s) bathing costume(s) NIGHTWEAR nightdress(es) nightie(s) pyjama(s) dressing gown(s) UNDERWEAR MENS boxers Y-fronts LADIES (LINGERIE) bra(s) pant(s) knicker(s) stocking(s) tight(s) UNI-SEX vest(s) FOOTWEAR shoe(s) sandal(s) boot(s) wellington(s) slipper(s) sock(s)   HEADWARE beret(s) bowler hat(s) trilby (trilbies) knitted hat(s) woolen hat(s) bobble hat(s) cap(s)   Build Up ACCESSORIES JEWELLERY PARTS OF CLOTHES ACCESSORIES  belt(s) handbag(s)  headscarf (headscarves)  scarf (scarves)  glasses sunglasses  watch(es)  glove(s) hat(s)  hanger(s) JEWELLERY  bracelet(s) necklace(s)  ring(s)  earring(s) PARTS OF CLOTHES  
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BUILDINGS

Useful Vocabulary WHERE WE LIVE cottage(s) detached house(s) semi-detached house(s) bungalow(s) terraced house(s) block of flats high-rise flat(s) !Note - no matter what kind of building you live in, it's your home. WHERE WE WORK office(s) factory (factories) skyscraper(s) MISCELLANEOUS PLACES tower(s) mill(s) windmill(s) castle(s) Build Up SPECIAL BUILDINGS Airport Art Gallery Bank Bus Station Church Cinema Fire Station Garage Hospital Hotel Mosque Museum Police Station Railway Station Restaurant School Synagogue Theatre  
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PEOPLE – FAMILIES

Learn about families and relatives. THIS IS MARY. MARY BELL. THIS IS GEORGE. GEORGE BELL. MARY AND GEORGE ARE MARRIED TO EACH OTHER. GEORGE IS MARY'S HUSBAND. MARY IS GEORGE'S WIFE. THEY ARE HUSBAND AND WIFE. MR AND MRS BELL HAVE...
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PEOPLE – APPEARANCES

HEIGHT He is tall. He is short. He is average / normal / medium height. + He is very tall. He is quite short. He is relatively normal height. BUILD She is skinny. (negative)  She is fat. (negative)  She is anorexic. (medical) She is tubby. (negative)  She is underweight. (negative)  She is overweight. (negative)  She is thin. (negative)  She is plump. (neutral)  She is slim. (positive)  She is stocky. (neutral)  She...
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THE WEATHER

Using verbs to describe the weather The sun is shining It's drizzling The wind is blowing It's raining (The rain is falling.) It's hailing It's pouring (The rain is pouring down.) It's snowing (The snow is falling.) It's thundering Using adjectives to describe...
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TIME

Time LEARN TO TALK ABOUT TIME AND ASK THE TIME IN ENGLISH (REQUIRES REAL PLAYER). ON THE HOUR PAST / TO THE HOUR PREPOSITIONS WHAT TO SAY WORK TIME WRITING THE TIME TIME IDIOMS TIME (1) When it's "on the hour" we say "o'clock"....
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SHAPES

SIMPLE STRAIGHT SIDED SHAPES Rectangle Square Triangle   SIMPLE ROUNDED SHAPES Circle Oval   TYPES OF TRIANGLES Equilateral triangle Isosceles triangle Right angled triangle   3D SHAPES Cone Cube Cylinder Pyramid Rectangular Prism Sphere   MATHEMATICAL SHAPES Parallelogram Pentagon - 5 sides Hexagon - 6 sides Octagon - 8 sides COMPLEX MISCELLANEOUS SHAPES Coffin Diamond Heart Kite Petal Shell Star Teardrop  
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SEASONS

In the UK there are four seasons. Each season is spread over 3 months:- SPRING March April May   SUMMER June July August   AUTUMN September October November   WINTER December January February Each season has distinctive weather and cultural significance:- SPRING In spring the days grow longer, the weather is warmer but it often rains...
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NUMBERS

ABOUT THE NUMBERS 1 TO 10 AND 0 [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lLzI19OdVg] WHOLE NUMBERS ALSO KNOWN AS CARDINAL NUMBERS - USED FOR COUNTING Symbol Word Pronounce It 0 Nought 0 1 One 1 2 Two 2 3 Three 3 4 Four 4 5 Five 5 6 Six 6 7 Seven 7 8 Eight 8 9 Nine 9 10 Ten 10 MORE NUMBERS 11 Eleven 11 12 Twelve 12 13 Thirteen 13 14 Fourteen 14 15 Fifteen 15 16 Sixteen 16 17 Seventeen 17 18 Eighteen 18 19 Nineteen 19 20 Twenty 20 21 Twenty-one ... 21 30 Thirty 30 40 Forty 40 50 Fifty 50 60 Sixty 60 70 Seventy 70 80 Eighty 80 90 Ninety 90 100 One hundred 100 101 One hundred and one ... 101 1,000 One thousand 1,000 1,000,000 One million 1,000,000 1,000,000,000,000* One billion 1,000,000,000,000 ORDINAL NUMBERS - USED FOR RANKING In...

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