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Puchta Herbert, Stranks Jeff.Cambridge University Press, 2008. 80 pages.MORE is a fourlevel course from a highly respected author team thats bursting with features for lower secondary students. Each level of MORE contains 8090 hours of class material. With dedicated reading, culture, grammar, vocabulary, skills and crosscurricular learning sections. A2-B1 2nd Edition  Herbert Puchta & Jeff Stranks nd Student’s Book  with Cyber Homework and Online Resources    › By Kathryn O’Dell Series editor Bob Hastin gs Reader level Headwords •฀ Student’s฀Book฀with฀Cyber฀Homework฀ ฀ and฀Online฀Resources •฀ Workbook •฀ Teacher’s฀Book 400 450 700 900 1,200 1,400 1,800 2,000 •฀ Audio฀CDs฀(3) •฀ DVD •฀ Testbuilder฀CD-ROM/Audio฀CD •฀ Presentation฀Plus฀DVD-ROM฀Level฀3 Editio n MORE!  G Gerngross C Holzmann P Lewis-Jones  Herbert Puchta & Jeff Stranks G Gerngross C Holzmann P Lewis-Jones Student’s Book Editio n MORE! nd Grammar UNIT ● ● ● Vocabulary and Pronunciation Skills and Communication I’ve lost my wallet! present perfect irregular past participles how long? + for / since objects holidays Sounds right questions ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● UNIT ● ● ● types of film Sounds right have ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● geographical features outdoor activities Sounds right going to ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● star signs Sounds right Do you …? ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● places Sounds right intonation in question tags ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Say what you are going to talk about preferences make offers / promises / predictions read an article about charities listen to a description of a holiday write an email Culture Voluntary work Extra Reading Travel – the future talk about superstitions /star signs talk about personality talk about consequences read about animal superstitions listen to interviews about being superstitious write a description of a person The School Magazine DVD Bad Hair Day CLIL Geography: natural wonders Check your progress Units and talk about tourist attractions ask for information at the cinema read about Brighton listen to someone talking about a trip to London write a paragraph about your town Culture Buildings of the future Extra Reading The Hound of the Baskervilles Teens around the world present simple passive make and let music Sounds right the letter t ● ● ● ● ● ● The School Magazine DVD The Mystery Boy CLIL Technology: bicycles Check your progress Units and It’s a beautiful building, isn’t it? relative pronouns who / which / that question tags UNIT say what you have done say what films you like / don’t like read about film stars listen to someone talking about making a film write a short review of a film Superstitions first conditional prepositions common verbs + prepositions UNIT Culture Green city travel Extra Reading Black Beauty We’re going to travel to Morocco will would be going to (revision) UNIT ask about where people have been talk about suggestions and preferences ask about how long read some postcards listen to people talking about holidays write a postcard At the cinema present perfect + yet /already present perfect + just present perfect vs past simple UNIT MORE! MAP OF THE BOOK say where things are done say what people let you read about summer camps listen to teenagers talking about what their parents let them write a plan The School Magazine DVD Girls and Football CLIL Citizenship: youth parliaments Check your progress Units and Vocabulary and Pronunciation Grammar UNIT ● ● Skills and Communication MORE! talk about recycling talk about what you used to read about recycling mobile phones listen to a text about plastic write a poster Culture Energy alternatives Extra Reading The Supertrees! Reduce, reuse, recycle used to so I / neither I materials Sounds right elision ● ● ● ● ● ● UNIT ● ● It was hit by a hurricane natural disasters Sounds right the r sound too / not … enough past simple passive ● ● ● ● ● ● UNIT ● ● ● computers Sounds right the ’d sound in I’d ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 10 cooking Sounds right Intonation: agreeing and disagreeing ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 12 Culture The internet Extra Reading Mowgli’s brothers make deductions express opinions read about the Mediterranean diet listen to people talking about food write a recipe The School Magazine DVD Red Kite Alert CLIL Biology: disease and medicine Check your progress Units and 10 We should organise a protest reported speech (1) the environment Sounds right want /ask / tell asking and telling someone to something UNIT give advice talk about what you would read a problem page listen to people talking about problems write a reply to a problem It must be good for you deductions with must, might, can’t causative have infinitives of purpose UNIT The School Magazine DVD The Phone Call CLIL Science: recycling plastics Check your progress Units and I’d watch DVDs in bed second conditional If I were you … Indefinite pronouns UNIT tell people what to express sympathy read about the inventor Nikola Tesla listen to a programme about inventors write a paragraph about inventions say what people should say what you want people to read an article about young people listen to teenagers talking about school rules write an article about environmental problems Culture Buildings Extra Reading How green can you be? It’s an awesome place! reported speech (2) physical appearance reflexive pronouns Sounds right lists ● ● ● ● ● ● justify opinions describe appearances read about appearances listen to people’s opinions write a paragraph on your opinion The School Magazine DVD The Rivals CLIL History: transport Check your progress Units 11 and 12 WORDLIST page 124-127 MAP OF THE BOOK UNIT I’ve lost my wallet! You learn •• •• •and then you can • • • present perfect irregular past participles how long? + for / since words for objects words for holidays ask about where people have been talk about suggestions / preferences ask about how long Listen and read CD1 Alison You’re really late! Rob Sorry, Al I’ve been in Windsor all day with my dad We were stuck in traffic for ages Have you ever been to Windsor? Alison No, I haven’t But I’ve been here for about half an hour! What’s wrong with your phone? I tried to call you Rob Sorry, I’ve got a new phone number I’ve had it for a week Haven’t I given it to you? Alison No, you haven’t! Rob Listen, I’m really sorry Do you fancy getting a pizza? Alison Yes, I haven’t had dinner But what about the cinema? The film has already started Rob That’s a shame What else is showing? How about the new Jack Black film? I’ve heard it’s really funny Have you seen it? Alison No, I haven’t But it started at 7.40 Rob Well, let’s go in now We’ve only missed ten minutes Alison But what about the pizza?! Rob We can eat something after the film Come on, hurry up! I’ll buy the tickets Alison What’s wrong? Rob Oh, no I’ve lost my wallet! Alison Oh, Rob, really! UNIT Dialogue work Write Alison or Rob in each sentence 3 CD1 has never been to Windsor has been stuck in traffic has been at the cinema for half an hour hasn’t had dinner has heard about the Jack Black film hasn’t brought any money Listen and repeat Boy Have you ever been to Windsor? Girl No, I haven’t Have you? Boy Yes, I have Asking about where people have been Ask and answer questions Use the words on the right A Have you ever been to England? B Yes, I have / No, I haven’t CD1 England Spain the USA France Germany Listen and repeat A You’re late! Where have you been? B Sorry! I’ve been at my grandmother’s Work in pairs Use the pictures below to invent new dialogues like those in exercise A B C D UNIT Vocabulary Objects CD1 Write the number of the correct word in the picture Then listen and check sunglasses mobile phone laptop MP3 player digital camera tablet headphones wallet C B A E D G F H Holidays Match the phrases to the pictures A go on holiday go sightseeing buy souvenirs go camping B stay in a hotel take photographs go hiking stay with relatives go to the beach 10 send postcards C D E F G H I J UNIT Communication Talking about suggestions/preferences CD1 Listen and repeat A Let’s go to Scotland on holiday B Scotland? No, I’d rather go to Ireland A Let’s go camping this year B Camping? No, I’d rather go hiking Work in pairs Make conversations like the ones in exercise Use the ideas below go to London / go to New York stay with relatives / stay with friends stay in a hotel / go camping go to the beach / go hiking take photographs / buy postcards go sightseeing / go shopping Asking about how long CD1 Listen and complete the dialogues Mark I like your How long have you had it? Jenny My .? I’ve had it for months Mark Jenny Mark Jenny Have you got a tablet? No, I haven’t But I have got a How long have you had it? I’ve had it since Listen again and repeat the dialogues Work in pairs Ask and answer questions about things you have CD1 Sounds right Questions CD1 When we ask questions, our voice can go up or down at the end When we ask ‘yes/no’ questions, our voice usually goes up When we ask open questions, our voice usually goes down Listen and repeat   Have you got a tablet? How long have you had it? UNIT Grammar Present perfect Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box Check with the dialogue on page I’ve in Windsor all day with my dad (= that’s why I’m late now) Have you ever there? (= in your life) I haven’t dinner (= that’s why I’m hungry now) The film has already (= the film began in the past and is still showing now) had been (x2) started We use the Present perfect to talk about actions that happened or began in the past (it doesn’t matter exactly when) and are still relevant now (Read the examples in brackets above.) We often use the Present perfect with ever (in questions) and never (in negative statements) Have you ever been to London? I’ve never been to Brighton 22 Complete the tables with has, hasn’t, have or haven’t Irregular past participles Complete with the verbs in the box Positive been take run seen had said buy make I / You / We / They have finished He / She / It finished Negative be – – bought catch – caught come – come – done eat – eaten find – found go – been/gone I / You / We / They finished He / She / It hasn’t finished Questions I / you / we / they finished? he / she / it finished? Short answers Yes, I / you / we / they No, I / you / we / they Yes, he / she / it No, he / she / it 33 Write the correct form of the Present perfect He a lot today (work) the film .? (finish) I my gran since last week (not visit) We always here (live) you ever hockey? (play) UNIT 55 have – know – known have – – made – ran say – see – – taken Complete the sentences We never to Paris (be) She isn’t here – she to the shops (go) We never that Bond film Is it any good? (see) They a new smartphone It’s great (buy) How long you Suzy? (know) UNIT 12 You learn •• • reported speech (2) reflexive pronouns words for physical appearance and then you can •• It’s an awesome place! Read the article about California California justify opinions describe appearance The Golden State We are in the Joshua Tree National Park in the desert It’s amazing – the shapes of the trees are just incredible Some look like strange animals! L ast month, I decided to visit California, one of the USA’s most popular and exciting states I bought myself a ticket for San Francisco and off I went! At my hotel, I met David and Emma from London I asked them why they were there They said they were on holiday there with their parents and they told me they were going to the Joshua Tree National Park that day I saw them later in the evening They said they had really enjoyed themselves and that the park was amazing I wanted to know if they planned to visit again They said they wanted to, as there were still so many things to see like Yosemite National Park and San Francisco That’s the thing about California It’s so diverse, with mountains, deserts and famous places like Venice Beach Of course, its main attraction must be Hollywood Thousands of people go there every year to visit the Walk of Fame in Los Angeles and to experience their favourite films at Universal Studios At the hotel I met Jane and Sarah who told me their visit to Universal Studios was one of the best days of their life! They actually met Ryan Gosling who was filming there! So if you want to go to a great place with lots of different things to see and do, visit The Golden State of California! 114 UNIT 12 We are in Universal Studios today! It’s brilliant! There’s an earthquake and you get attacked by the shark from Jaws!! We also want to go to the Walk of Fame where lots of famous actresses and actors have a pink star in the pavement! Text work Circle T (true) or F (false) California is known as the Golden State There are no deserts in California There is a national park in California California has lots of different scenery There is a film studio in California San Francisco and New York are in California T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F Justifying opinions 32 CD2 Listen and repeat A I really love San Francisco It’s fun and interesting B Americans are great They’re so friendly 33 CD2 Match the sentences Then listen and repeat 5 The beaches in California are great Justin Bieber is my favourite singer Yosemite is a wonderful park I don’t really like London I love Universal Studios a b c d e It has beautiful mountains It’s a fun place to visit It rains too much His new album is fantastic They’re beautiful and the sand is clean Make a list of famous people (actors, singers, etc.) you know well Tell your partner about them and justify your opinions … was really bad in his latest film I fell asleep after 30 minutes … is a great singer I have all her albums UNIT 12 115 Vocabulary Describing people and clothes 34 CD2 Match the words and the pictures Then listen and check glasses jewellery shirt skirt pullover trousers suit trainers sweatshirt leather jacket A B C D E F G H I J 35 CD2 Work in pairs Write the words below in the correct part of the table Some words can go in more than one part Then listen and check short well-built fashionable bald casual slim elegant scruffy torn tall stylish young straight smart curly body short age clothes hair Choose a person in the room Describe what he or she is wearing Your partner guesses the person’s name A She’s wearing glasses and a short skirt She has long, dark hair B Is it … ? 116 UNIT 12 blonde dark middle-aged Communication Describing appearance 36 Listen and repeat CD2 A What does he look like? A He’s tall, middle-aged and bald He’s quite good-looking A What does she look like? B She’s about 25 She’s slim and she’s wearing smart clothes Work in small groups Discuss the people in the photos using the words in exercise Do you have the same opinions? B He looks about 50, he’s slim and he’s bald A What does he look like? A B C D E F G H Sounds right Lists 37 CD2 When we list things, we usually pause after each thing in the list Our voice usually goes up on each thing, and then down at the end Listen and repeat    He’s tall, middle-aged, and bald    She’s about 25, she’s slim and she’s wearing smart clothes UNIT 12 117 Grammar Reported speech (2) Complete the sentences Then check with the text on page 114 ‘We’re on holiday.’ They they on holiday ‘We’re going to the park.’ They me they to the park ‘Why are you here?’ I asked them they there ‘Do you want to visit again?’ I wanted to know they to visit again When we report someone’s words, we often change the verb tense (see sentences to 4) When we report a question, we use the same question word (see sentence 3) When we report a ‘yes/no’ question, we use the word if (see sentence 4) When we report questions, we don’t use do/does/did or the question word order (see sentences and 4) Circle the correct verbs Sarah told me she wants / wanted to go to Australia, but it was too expensive We said we are visiting / were visiting friends when we went to Brazil My friends told me that they see /saw Brad Pitt in the town Joe said he is going / was going to text me today, but he didn’t Finn told us he doesn’t / didn’t like travelling until he went to Peru I said I am / was too busy to go out because I wanted to watch TV what how many UNIT 12 Work in pairs Ask and answer the questions below Two answers must be true and two answers must be a lie where I asked him he was going to Australia for a long time They asked me my name was Amy asked him times he had been to London Tom asked me I lived We asked them they liked techno music Mum asked me she could borrow my phone 118 ‘I want to go home.’ She said ‘Have you got any pets?’ I asked Joe ‘It’s going to rain.’ Mum said ‘Does your sister wear glasses?’ He asked me Complete the sentences with the correct question word if (x3) Report the sentences Where are you going at the weekend? What instruments can you play? What pets you have? Which school subjects you like best? Work with another pair Take turns to report what your partner told you in exercise The other people must guess if the answer was true or not My partner said she was going to New York at the weekend That’s not true! Grammar Reflexive pronouns Complete the sentences Then check with the text on page 114 He bought a ticket for San Francisco They really enjoyed When the subject and the object of a verb are the same, we use reflexive pronouns as the object We can also use reflexive pronouns if we want to emphasise something about the subject For example: He didn’t have a teacher – he did it himself Complete the table Subject pronouns Reflexive pronouns I myself you yourself she he myself it we you (plural) yourselves they Complete the sentences with the correct reflexive pronouns [a/w cartoon: a middle-aged couple looking miserable and standing alone at a party] ❯ [a/w cartoon: a man looking at himself in the mirror] [a/w cartoon: an old man sitting alone in an armchair in a big empty room] [a/w cartoon: a woman cutting her own hair] They are not enjoying He is looking at I painted it She cuts her hair We repaired it Be careful, don’t hurt Now CYBER HOMEWORK 12a www.cambridge.org/elt/more UNIT 12 119 Skills Reading Read and complete the article with these phrases a I thought to myself b comfortable and happy with yourself c we can’t stop ourselves d when we see someone for the first time e unless we spend a lot of time with them Be yourself! Here’s a photo of me What kind of person you think I am? Serious? Funny? Intelligent? Crazy? How you know? Maybe you think, from looking at my clothes, that I’m a little bit serious and not much fun Many people at first, but they’re wrong! What you think about the statements below? • All muscular men are stupid • People over 40 don’t understand fashion • All tall people are confident • All good-looking people are nice Of course, all these statements are ridiculous But ., we usually make a decision about what kind of person they are We call this ‘judging someone by their appearance’ For example, last month, I met my friend’s new boyfriend I immediately decided I didn’t like him He had long dyed hair, old clothes, and didn’t smile at me For a long time, : ‘Why does my friend like him?’ He’s probably UNIT 12 lazy, stupid and boring But actually, after a few weeks, I got to know him a bit better In fact, he studies at university and knows a lot of interesting things about films and music The reason he didn’t smile at me was because he was a bit shy! He thought I was too elegant and probably too serious! This kind of thing happens to us all the time We make judgments about others, and in return, they make judgments about us We might try not to, but Secondly, many people are so worried about what other people think about them, that they try and change their appearance to make other people happy My advice? Just be yourself If you feel ., then that’s the most important thing Don’t worry all the time about pleasing others Although of course, this doesn’t mean you should go to a job interview with green hair and an old T-shirt! Read the article again What does the writer think? Circle T (true) or F (false) 120 There are many things wrong with this First, it’s impossible to really understand someone just by looking at them Of course, we might be able to see how old they are, or what music they like (if they are wearing a special T-shirt, for instance) But we can never really know if that person is kind, honest or intelligent, Just because someone is wearing a suit and looks smart, it doesn’t mean we should trust them All smart-looking people are intelligent Her friend’s boyfriend is a nice guy She doesn’t judge by appearances It is usually OK to judge by appearances People shouldn’t always what other people want It’s OK to go to a job interview in scruffy clothes T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F Skills Listening 38 CD2 Listen to Jake, Harriet and Laura giving their opinion on ‘judging others by their appearance’ Who thinks … a good appearance is very important? it’s wrong to judge other people? it’s hard not to judge other people? 38 CD2 Listen again Complete the sentences below Jake I it when people judge me It doesn’t what you look like Harriet When I knew them , they weren’t so nice and friendly The more you get to know them, the more you how nice they are Laura People should try their to look good If I see someone who looks a bit , then I won’t speak to them Writing A paragraph on my opinion Read the paragraph below What is the writer’s opinion on judging other people by their appearance? In my opinion, we shouldn’t judge other people by their appearance But, it is very easy to For example, if we see someone who isn’t wearing fashionable clothes, then we might think that they are boring However, our first opinions are often wrong I think that we should get to know someone before making a decision about them For instance, we should meet them a few times, or email them to find out about their hobbies, and their personality Look at the paragraph again Which underlined phrases … in my opinion , introduce an opinion? contrast with another idea? , introduce an example? , Write a paragraph giving your opinion on one of the topics below • • judging people by their appearance buying the latest fashions • • love at first sight how to be fashionable DVD Now watch The School Magazine Episode DVD exercises at www.cambridge.org/elt/more ❯ Now CYBER HOMEWORK 12b www.cambridge.org/elt/more UNIT 12 121 CL I L History Transport Factfile No one knows exactly when the wheel or boats were invented, but archaeologists have found remains from about these dates 50,000 BC boat 3,500 BC wheel CD2 185 AD wheelbarrow Add three means of transport to each list: Land train 39 BC (Before Christ) or BCE (Before Common Era) means before year AD (Anno Domini) or CE (Common Era) means after year A decade is ten years A century is one hundred years A millennium is one thousand years Sea ship Air plane Complete the timeline showing when these means of transport were invented Then listen and check space shuttle helicopter bicycle car steam train hovercraft 1783 hot air balloon 1802 steam ship 1827 1829 1867 motorbike 1879 electric train 1885 1903 plane 1909 1912 diesel train 1942 space rocket 1950 1961 manned spacecraft 1977 Answer the questions Which were invented first, diesel trains or electric trains? How many years ago was the hot air balloon invented? When did man first travel in space? How many years after the first bicycle was the motorbike invented? WEBQUEST Find out: How did immigrants from Latin America, Europe and Asia travel to the gold fields in California in the 1840s? How has international travel changed since then? 122 UNIT 12 ❯ Go to www.cambridge.org/elt/more for extra CLIL Check your progress Unscramble the environment words Some people don’t believe in cmalite genach Don’t throw your tertil on the street! Goblab nimrawg is a serious problem There is always a ficratf maj in this city Try to lecyrec paper and glass Cars create too much looplunti Complete the sentences He’s 45 – he’s m_ _ _ _ _-_ _ _ _ Her clothes are terrible and sc _ _ _ _ _ He always wears sm _ _ _ suits She has got b_ _ _ _ _ hair He isn’t fat, but he’s very w_ _ _-b_ _ _ _ She always wears the latest clothes She is f_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Choose the correct word Rewrite the questions into reported speech I said / told you that I don’t like coffee He told / said that he didn’t like her They told / tells me they were leaving She says / tells that she is happy He tells / says us he is tired We said / told we wanted to go home 10 Complete the reported sentences ‘Take an aspirin and go to bed.’ The doctor told me ‘Please don’t play on the grass.’ Dad asked us ‘Can you help me with my homework?’ My sister wanted me ‘Don’t worry about your exams.’ Mum told me ‘Do you want to come to my house?’ I asked my friends Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns I fixed the computer Be careful, don’t cut ! She cooked the dinner He is looking at in the mirror They are enjoying at the party We fell over and hurt TOTAL 10 MY PROGRESS SO FAR IS ❯ ‘Do you like pizza?’ he asked me He asked me ‘Where you go to school?’ she asked him ‘How much money is there?’ he asked me ‘Are you a teacher?’ they asked her ‘Have you got a car?’ we asked them Complete the reported speech She told me her mum (be) a teacher Tod said he (live) near me They said that they (like) ice cream He told them he (not have) any money The teacher told us we (can) open the window Holly said she (go) to Croatia on holiday this year Units 11 and 12 brilliant! Go to www.cambridge.org/elt/more for MORE! training quite good 50 not great CHECK YOUR PROGRESS UNIT 12 123 WORDLIST UNIT approximately /əˈprɒksɪmətli/ Beefeater /ˈbiːfiːtə(r)/ Boston /ˈbɒstən/ Brighton /ˈbraɪtn/ to buy souvenirs /ˈbiːfiːtə(r)/ Commissioner /kəˈmɪʃənə(r)/ Crown Jewels /ˌkraʊn ˈdʒuː(ə)lz/ digital camera /ˌdɪdʒɪtl ˈkæmərə/ you fancy /ˌdə jʊ ˈfænsi/ to drop off /tə ˌdrɒp ˈɒf/ dungeon /ˈdʌndʒən/ England /ˈɪŋglənd/ environment /ɪnˈvaɪrənmənt/ ever /ˈevə(r)/ France /frɑːns/ Germany /ˈdʒɜːməni/ to go camping /tə ˌgəʊ ˈkæmpɪŋ/ to go hiking /tə ˌgəʊ ˈhaɪkɪŋ/ to go on holiday /tə ˌgəʊ ɒn ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/ to go sightseeing /tə ˌgəʊ ˈsaɪtsiːɪŋ/ to go to the beach /tə ˌgəʊ tə ðə ˈbiːtʃ/ headphones /ˈhedfəʊnz/ how about /ˌhaʊ əˈbaʊt/ Hyde Park /ˌhaɪd ˈpɑːk/ laptop /ˈlæptɒp/ London /ˈlʌndən/ London Dungeon /ˌlʌndən ˈdʌn(d)ʒ(ə)n/ Mayor /ˈmeə(r)/ mobile phone /ˌməʊbaɪl ˈfəʊn/ Montreal /ˌmɒntriˈɔːl/ MP3 player /ˌem ˌpiː ˈθriː ˌpleɪə(r)/ New York /ˌnjuː ˈjɔːk/ palmtop /ˈpɑːmtɒp/ Paris /ˈpærɪs/ Parisians /pəˈrɪziənz/ to pick up /tə ˌpɪk ˈʌp/ queue /kjuː/ Rome /rəʊm/ to send postcards /tə ˌsend ˈpəʊstkɑːdz/ smartphone /ˈsmɑːtfəʊn/ Spain /speɪn/ to stay in a hotel /tə ˌsteɪ ɪn ə həʊˈtel/ to stay with relatives /tə ˌsteɪ wɪð ˈrelətɪvz/ 114 24 WORDLIST to be stuck in /tə ˌbi ˈstʌk ɪn/ sunglasses /ˈsʌnglɑːsɪz/ tablet /ˈtæblət/ to take photographs /tə ˌteik ˈfəʊtəgrɑːfs/ the USA /ðə ˌjuː ˌes ˈeɪ/ Tower of London /ˌtaʊər əv ˈlʌndən/ torture /ˈtɔːtʃə/ Trafalgar Square /trəˌfælgə ˈskweə/ traffic jam /ˈtræfɪk dʒæm/ Vatican /ˈvætɪkən/ Vélib /ˈveɪlɪb/ wallet /ˈwɒlət/ what about /ˌwɒt əˈbaʊt/ what’s wrong /ˌwɒts ˈrɒŋ/ Windsor /ˈwɪnzə/ UNIT 3D /ˌθriː ˈdiː/ adventure /ədˈventʃə(r)/ alien /ˈeɪliən/ aluminium /ˌæljəˈmɪniəm/ app /æp/ baddie /ˈbadi/ biggest selling /ˌbɪgɪst ˈselɪŋ/ BMX bike /ˌbiː em ˈeks ˌbaɪk/ boring /ˈbɔːrɪŋ/ box office /ˈbɒks ˌɒfɪs/ brake /breɪk/ brilliant /ˈbrɪliənt/ carbon fibre /ˌkɑːbən ˈfaɪbə(r)/ cartoon /kɑːˈtuːn/ cinema-goer /ˈsɪnəməˌgəʊə(r)/ comedy /ˈkɒmədi/ component 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violin /ˌvaɪəˈlɪn/ to vote /tə ˈvəʊt/ washing-up /ˌwɒʃɪŋˈʌp/ wood /wʊd/ youth /juːθ/ yurt /jɜːt/ zoo /zuː/ UNIT aluminium /ˌæljəˈmɪniəm/ coloured /ˈkʌləd/ consumption /kənˈsʌmpʃən/ copper /ˈkɒpə(r)/ 126 WORDLIST current /ˈkʌrənt/ energy-saving /ˈenədʒiˌseɪvɪŋ/ to get rid of /tə ˌget ˈrɪd əv/ glass /glɑːs/ gold /gəʊld/ ink /ɪŋk/ jewellery /ˈdʒuːəlri/ landscape /ˈlændskeɪp/ lens /lenz/ light bulb /ˈlaɪt bʌlb/ motor oil /ˈməʊtər ɔɪl/ petrol pump /ˈpetrəl pʌmp/ petrol station /ˈpetrəl ˌsteɪʃn/ plastic /ˈplæstɪk/ to pollute /tə pəˈluːt// printer cartridge /ˈprɪntə ˌkɑːtrɪdʒ/ to recycle /tə ˌriːˈsaɪkl/ recycling bin /ˌriːˈsaɪklɪŋ bɪn/ to reduce /tə rɪˈdjuːs/ to repair /tə rɪˈpeə(r)/ to resell /tə ˌriːˈsel/ to reuse /tə ˌriːˈjuːz/ rubber /ˈrʌbə(r) rubbish /ˈrʌbɪʃ/ silver /ˈsɪlvə(r)/ solar panel /ˈsəʊlə ˌpænl/ solar power /ˈsəʊlə ˌpaʊə(r)/ steel /stiːl/ stove /stəʊv/ traffic cone /ˈtræfɪk kəʊn/ waste /weɪst/ watt /wɒt/ wind turbine /ˈwɪnd ˌtɜːbaɪn/ wood /wʊd/ wool /wʊl/ UNIT astro turf /ˈæstrəʊtɜːf/ atom /ˈætəm/ to attach /tu əˈtætʃ/ avalanche /ˈævəlɑːnʃ/ battery /ˈbætri/ to block /tə ˈblɒk/ bumper /ˈbʌmpə(r)/ carbon /ˈkɑːbən/ chain /tʃeɪn/ chlorine /ˈklɔːriːn/ to cut up /tə ˌkʌt ˈʌp/ damage /ˈdæmɪdʒ/ death ray /ˈdeθ reɪ/ to destroy /tə dɪˈstrɔɪ/ difficult /ˈdɪfɪkəlt/ disaster /dɪˈzɑːstə(r)/ dishwasher /ˈdɪʃwɒʃə(r)/ drought /draʊt/ earthquake /ˈɜːθkweɪk/ effect /ɪˈfekt/ element /ˈelɪmənt/ enough /ɪˈnʌf/ to erupt /tu ɪˈrʌpt/ to evacuate /tu ɪˈvækjueɪt/ factfile /ˈfæktfaɪl/ fire /ˈfaɪə(r)/ fizzy drink /ˌfɪzi ˈdrɪŋk/ flood /flʌd/ frame /freɪm/ fuel /ˈfjuːəl/ to heat /tə ˈhiːt/ hurricane /ˈhʌrɪkən/ hydrogen /ˈhaɪdrədʒən/ incredible /ɪnˈkredəbl/ to invent /tu ɪnˈvent/ invention /ɪnˈvenʃən/ karaoke /ˌkæriˈəʊki/ keep away from /ˌkiːp əˈweɪ frəm/ lava /ˈlɑːvə/ lightning /ˈlaɪtnɪŋ/ machine /məˈʃiːn/ magic /ˈmædʒɪk/ to melt /tə ˈmelt/ mud /mʌd/ mudslide /ˈmʌdslaɪd/ nervous /ˈnɜːvəs/ nylon /ˈnaɪlɒn/ over the years /ˌəʊvə ðə ˈjɪəz/ oxygen /ˈɒksɪdʒən/ polyamide /ˌpɒliˈæmaɪd/ polyethylene /ˌpɒliˈeθəliːn/ polyethylene terephthalate /ˌpɒliˌeθəliːn təˈrefθəleɪt/ polypropylene /ˌpɒliˈprəʊpəliːn/ polystyrene /ˌpɒliˈstaɪriːn/ polyurethane /ˌpɒliˈjuːrəθeɪn/ poly vinyl chloride /ˌpɒli ˌvaɪnl ˈklɔːraɪd/ PVC /ˌpiː ˌviː ˈsiː/ remote control /rɪˌməʊt kənˈtrəʊl/ Richter scale /ˈrɪktə skeɪl/ robot /ˈrəʊbɒt/ sandwich /ˈsænwɪtʃ/ shape /ʃeɪp/ to shake /tə ˈʃeɪk/ to slide /tə ˈslaɪd/ smart /smɑːt/ spectacles /ˈspektəklz/ take-away /ˈteɪkəweɪ/ thermoplastic /ˌθɜːməʊˈplæstɪk/ thermosetting plastic /ˌθɜːməʊˌsetɪŋ ˈplæstɪk/ toothbrush /ˈtuːθbrʌʃ/ to touch /tə ˈtʌtʃ/ to trap /tə ˈtræp/ tsunami /tsuːˈnɑːmi/ volcano /vɒlˈkeɪnəʊ/ vinyl /ˈvaɪnl/ wave /weɪv/ wire /ˈwaɪə(r)/ UNIT to access /tu ˈækses/ advice /ədˈvaɪs/ anybody /ˈenibɒdi/ anyone /ˈeniwʌn/ anything /ˈeniθɪŋ/ babysitting /ˈbeɪbisɪtɪŋ/ banking /ˈbæŋkɪŋ/ carefully /ˈkeəfəli/ cheeky /ˈtʃiːki/ to connect /tə kəˈnekt/ to copy /tə ˈkɒpi/ detention /dɪˈtenʃən/ diary /ˈdaɪəri/ document /ˈdɒkjumənt/ DVD-R/W /ˌdiː viː ˌdiː ɑː ˈdʌbljuː/ everyone /ˈevriwʌn/ everything /ˈevriθɪŋ/ file /faɪl/ to get in trouble /tə ˌget ɪn ˈtrʌbl/ to ground /tə ˈgraʊnd/ image /ˈɪmɪdʒ/ immediately /ɪˈmiːdʒətli/ instantly /ˈɪnstəntli/ keyboard /ˈkiːbɔːd/ to laugh /tə ˈlɑːf/ mean /miːn/ memory stick /ˈmeməri stɪk/ monitor /ˈmɒnɪtə(r)/ mouse /maʊs/ nobody /ˈnəʊbɒdi/ no one /ˈnəʊ wʌn/ nothing /ˈnʌθɪŋ/ password /ˈpɑːswɜːd/ PIN /pɪn/ printer /ˈprɪntə(r)/ robbery /ˈrɒbəri/ to run away /tə ˌrʌn əˈweɪ/ scanner /ˈskænə(r)/ screen /skriːn/ secret /ˈsiːkrət/ serious /ˈsɪəriəs/ signal /ˈsɪgnəl/ social networking site /ˌsəʊʃl ˈnetwɜːkɪŋ ˌsaɪt/ someone /ˈsʌmwʌn/ something /ˈsʌmθɪŋ/ sound /saʊnd/ speakers /ˈspiːkəz/ to store /tə ˈstɔː(r)/ study /ˈstʌdi/ suggestion /səˈdʒestʃən/ truth /truːθ/ to type /tə ˈtaɪp/ UFO /ˈjuːfəʊ/ upset /ʌpˈset/ wi-fi /ˈwaɪfaɪ/ worry /ˈwʌri/ UNIT 10 to add /tu ˈæd/ advantage /ædˈvɑːntɪdʒ/ allergic /əˈlɜːdʒɪk/ allergy /ˈælədʒi/ attitude /ˈætɪtjuːd/ bacteria /bækˈtɪəriə/ bacterium /bækˈtɪəriəm/ blueberry /ˈbluːbəri/ to boil /tə ˈbɔɪl/ brain /breɪn/ cherry /ˈtʃeri/ cholera /ˈkɒlərə/ to chop /tə ˈtʃɒp/ contaminated /kənˈtæmɪneɪtɪd/ dairy product /ˈdeəri ˌprɒdʌkt/ to decay /tə dɪˈkeɪ/ diet /ˈdaɪət/ disease /dɪˈziːz/ fast-food /ˌfɑːst ˈfuːd/ flu /fluː/ fresh /freʃ/ to fry / tə ˈfraɪ/ fungi (plural) /ˈfʌŋgaɪ/ grape /greɪp/ grapefruit /ˈgreipfruːt/ to grill / tə ˈgrɪl/ healthy /ˈhelθi/ host /həʊst/ immune system /ɪˈmjuːn ˌsɪstəm/ infected /ɪnˈfektɪd/ infectious /ɪnˈfekʃəs/ influenza /ˌɪnfluˈenzə/ kiwi fruit /ˈkiːwiː fruːt/ malaria /məˈleəriə/ Mediterranean /ˌmedɪtəˈreɪniən/ melon /ˈmelən/ microbe /ˈmaɪkrəʊb/ microorganism /ˌmaɪkrəʊˈɔːgənɪzəm/ to mix /tə ˈmɪks/ mould /məʊld/ olive oil /ˌɒlɪv ˈɔɪl/ parasite /ˈpærəsaɪt/ to peel / tə ˈpiːl/ to prevent /tə prɪˈvent/ raspberry /ˈrɑːzbəri/ to reproduce /tə ˌriːprəˈdjuːs/ rod /rɒd/ runny nose /ˌrʌni ˈnəʊz/ to serve / tə ˈsɜːv/ salmonella /ˌsælməˈnelə/ sphere /sfɪə(r)/ spiral /ˈspaɪrəl/ to spread /tə ˈspred/ stir /tə ˈstɜː(r)/ strawberry /ˈstrɔːbəri/ to survive /tə səˈvaɪv/ sweet /swiːt/ to taste /tə ˈteɪst/ test /test/ tetanus /ˈtetənəs/ to transmit /tə trænzˈmɪt/ vegetarian /ˌvedʒəˈteəriən/ virus /ˈvaɪrəs/ visible /ˈvɪzəbl/ vitamin /ˈvɪtəmɪn/ waist line /ˈweɪst laɪn/ to water /tə ˈwɔːtə(r)/ UNIT 11 amphitheatre /ˈæmfɪθɪətə(r)/ battle /ˈbætl/ to carve /tə ˈkɑːv/ climate change /ˈklaɪmət ˌtʃeɪndʒ/ to discover /tə dɪsˈkʌvə(r)/ drama /ˈdrɑːmə/ electricity /ɪˌlekˈtrɪsəti/ emperor /ˈempərə(r)/ empire /ˈempaɪə(r)/ enemy /ˈenəmi/ faraway /ˈfɑːrəweɪ/ to feed /tə ˈfiːd/ forest fire /ˌfɒrɪst ˈfaɪə(r)/ to generate /tə ˈdʒenəreɪt/ to give a lift /tə ˌgɪv ə ˈlɪft/ global warming /ˌgləʊbl ˈwɔːmɪŋ/ in memory of /ɪn ˈmeməri əv/ junk food /ˈdʒʌŋk fuːd/ leaflet /ˈliːflət/ to leave /tə ˈliːv/ to lend /tə ˈlend/ litter /ˈlɪtə(r)/ to marry /tə ˈmæri/ message /ˈmesɪdʒ/ off-grid /ˌɒf ˈgrɪd/ original /əˈrɪdʒənl/ originally /əˈrɪdʒənəli/ panorama /ˌpænəˈrɑːmə/ petition /pəˈtɪʃn/ petrol /ˈpetrəl/ to pick up /tə ˌpɪk ˈʌp/ to plan /tə ˈplæn/ planet /ˈplænɪt/ planner 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