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1 CAT No.1 1. map 11. family 2. cat 12. Japan 3. hat 13. pass 4. salmon 14. tap 5. catch 15. that 6. bat 16. bank 7. gap 17. castle 8. lap 18. baton 9. rabbit 19. land 10. sad 20. class 1. I would like to introduce my family. 2. Do you know that castle? 3. I love this rabbit. 4. I am sad. 5. I live in Japan. 6. He is a teacher of this class. 7. I go to the bank. 8. I want to catch that dog. 9. A lot of sand came into my shoes. 10. I saw a black cat in the dark

2 BOX No.2 1. body 11. mop 2. bridal 12. box 3. cocktail 13. collar 4. comet 14. diet 5. comedy 15. on 6. harmony 16. lot 7. shopping 17. diary 8. tomorrow 18. hot 9. digest 19. quiet 10. bottle 20. party 1. What s in that box? 2. Halley s comet comes round every seventy-six years. 3. Shall we go shopping this afternoon? 4. Be quiet. 5. See you tomorrow. 6. Please pass me a bottle of milk. 7. I have a lot of marbles. 8. This is my secret diary. 9. This summer is not so hot. 10. I m having a party this weekend

3 THAN No.3 1. asleep 11. than 2. the 12. to 3. fairly 13. from 4. on 14. shall 5. them 15. there 6. until 16. ago 7. polite 17. blanket 8. their 18. measure 9. timid 19. toilet 10. holiday 20. ladder 1. He is three years older than me. 2. Do you play the violin? 3. Is it true you are going to America? 4. I ll go there next year. 5. She likes fairy stories. 6. The students and their parents all assembled in the hall. 7. Where are you from? 8. Today s newspaper is on the table. 9. Let s take a break, shall we? 10. Wait here until I come back

4 CLUB No.4 1. become 11. love 2. hungry 12. much 3. Monday 13. country 4. lunch 14. compass 5. brother 15. nothing 6. mother 16. club 7. other 17. money 8. bubble 18. run [ 9. some 19. number 10. month 20. luck 1. I belong to the baseball club. 2. It s exciting to visit other countries. 3. I love classical music. 4. Australia is a large country. 5. Are you hungry? 6. His mother teaches in high school. 7. I have one brother and two sisters. 8. What is your phone number? 9. Let s run and catch that bus. 10. When is your lunch time? - 4 -

5 CIRCLE No.5 1. birthday 11. person 2. hurry 12. prefer 3. learn 13. third 4. word 14. Thursday 5. circle 15. worry 6. early 16. church 7. earth 17. earthquake 8. work 18. first 9. girl 19. her 10. worm 20. hers 1. Let s make a circle. 2. March is the third month of the year. 3. When is your birthday? 4. Thursday comes after Wednesday. 5. Are you in a hurry? 6. I felt the earthquake a little time ago. 7. She prefers tea to coffee. 8. I want to learn English and master it quickly. 9. There are many English words in Japanese. 10. He is the only person I know here

6 EARTH No.6 1. circus 11. turn 2. earth 12. girl 3. first 13. pearl 4. early 14. sir 5. firm 15. hurt 6. work 16. confirm 7. shirt 17. nervous 8. burn 18. learn 9. service 19. heard 10. word 20. worm 1. Did you get up early this morning? 2. The earth is round. 3. Learning English is fun for me. 4. A big circus team will come to my town next week. 5. Turn left here to reach the hospital. 6. He looks nervous. 7. It s very worm today. 8. I have to work very hard. 9. I heard that you passed the examination. 10. I send a firm order to the factory

7 DINNER No.7 1. begin 11. English 2. children 12. kitchen 3. finish 13. lily 4. idea 14. Christmas 5. listen 15. little 6. building 16. interesting 7. into 17. dinner 8. city 18. minute 9. insect 19. dictionary 10. busy 20. nail 1. I have two children. 2. Many people want to live in a big city. 3. This is a new English-Japanese dictionary. 4. English is an interesting language for me. 5. I will be busy next week. 6. Dinner is all ready. 7. It s a good idea. 8. I wish you a merry Christmas. 9. Can we go out if I finish my homework by five? 10. This book is very interesting

8 CLEAN No.8 1. believe 11. mean 2. leave 12. need 3. peach 13. peace 4. clean 14. please 5. meet 15. read 6. seat 16. sea 7. see 17. police 8. eighteen 18. she 9. season 19. sleep 10. sneakers 20. speak 1. Did you clean your room? 2. I need a map of this city to find a hospital. 3. The United Nations works for world peace. 4. Don t forget to lock the door when you leave home. 5. I m eighteen years old. 6. I d like to have peach ice cream, please. 7. What do you mean by T.K.? 8. Please tell me where the police station is. 9. Did you meet the new comer? 10. I like to read books about animals

9 WOMAN No.9 1. balloon 11. woman 2. beautiful 12. would 3. your 13. yours 4. book 14. bookstore 5. during 15. cook 6. foot 16. full 7. good 17. look 8. poor 18. put 9. could 19. should 10. sure 20. took 1. She is the only woman doctor in this town. 2. I like your sweater. 3. What kind of book are you reading? 4. What are you planning to do during the summer vacation? 5. Is that car yours? 6. The bookstore opens at nine. 7. My mother is a good cook. 8. I could sing well yesterday. 9. What size is your foot? 10. The garden was full of people

10 ROOM No cool 11. moon 2. move 12. room 3. shoe 13. spoon 4. excuse 14. through 5. newspaper 15. too 6. student 16. two 7. Tuesday 17. music 8. uniform 18. noon 9. usually 19. useful 10. use 20. who 1. Shall we move to our new house next Sunday? 2. Let s learn English with music. 3. You eat soup with a spoon. 4. The weather in September becomes cool. 5. Do you read the newspaper every day? 6. May I be excused? 7. Why don t you clean up your room? 8. Shall we meet at noon? 9. I must get a new pair of shoes for my sister s wedding. 10. Were you a good student in high school?

11 END No able 11. heavy 2. anything 12. help 3. bed 13. lake 4. bread 14. late 5. cherry 15. lend 6. egg 16. make 7. eight 17. message 8. eleven 18. nail 9. favor 19. page 10. forget 20. question 1. Will I be able to swim? 2. Is there anything you like? 3. Did you sleep on the bed last night? 4. Do you eat bread or rice for breakfast? 5. My host mother served me ham and eggs for breakfast. 6. I ll divide the cake into eight. 7. Will you do me a favor? 8. Our dog has grown big and heavy. 9. Can you lend me your eraser? 10. Please open your textbook to page

12 CAUSE No across 11. long 2. all 12. more 3. August 13. morning 4. ball 14. north 5. call 15. off 6. daughter 16. office 7. dog 17. orange 8. door 18. record 9. cross 19. short 10. for 20. small 1. Takeshi and Mayumi live across the street. 2. All my friends were present at the party. 3. There are many hot days in August. 4. Did I meet you before? 5. May I call you in the evening? 6. She has two daughters. 7. Can you open the door? 8. When you cross the street, don t forget to look both ways. 9. Can I have some more ice cream? 10. I want to record a radio program

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