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1 Total English Wordlist Pre-intermediate UNIT 1-24 hours catch a bus do exercise favourite go clubbing least favourite typical Lesson 1.1 art gallery beach holidays can t stand chat couch potato crossword puzzle culture vulture desk fun to be with gym hate I don t mind. join the party lunch break magazine not very keen on party animal proper rest stay in usually Lesson 1.2 about adults always average fall asleep get up habit hardly ever have a liein have a nap immediately never often snack snake sometimes strange wake up waste of time Lesson 1.3 customer department store doorman evening class fire brigade floor include jewellery kind of light bulb mention probably product provide shop assistant spend time/money staff bös/ 'klöbiî/ /li:st /A:t /bi:ts /k{nt st{nd/ /ts{t/ /kauts /'kráswæ:d /desk/ /fön tu: bi wit/ /dzim/ /heit/ /ai dánt maind/ /dzoin 'pa:ti/ /lönts breik/ /nát 'veri ki:n Án/ /'pa:ti /rest/ /stei In/ /'{dölts/ /get öp/ /'ha:dli 'lai In/ n{p/ /sn{k/ /sneik/ /'sömtaimz/ /streindz/ /weik öp/ taim/ sto:/ /'do:m{n/ /'i:vniî kla:s/ bri'geid/ /flo:/ /In'klu:d/ /lait bölb/ /'prádökt/ /SÁp /spend taim /'möni/ /sta:f/ Magyar

2 these days traffic ability aspect classmate improve needs notebook pocket pronunciation radio station Review and practice alarm clock miss text message Tapescripts actually asleep customer survey engagement ring fluent however Krakow mind pardon secret third upstairs wedding wheel UNIT 2 - Music be really into (s.thing) by ear classical compilation concert download music from the Internet favourite band jazz Latin lead singer match pop read music record rock sound Lesson 2.1 according to add after that (three years) ago below biography certain choose complete dislike event famous grow up happen hit huge in the early 90s in the late 80s in the mid 70s /Di:z deiz/ /'tr{fik/ /'{spekt/ /'kla:smeit/ /Im'pru:v/ /nid/ klák/ /mis/ /tekst 'mesidz/ riî/ /kr{kau/ /maind/ /'pa:dn/ /TÆ:d/ /'wediî/ /wi:l/ /bi 'sömtiî/ /bai mjuzik Di "b{nd/ /dz{z/ /"l{tin/ /'lid /m{ts/ /páp/ /'rid "mjuzik/ /"rekod/ /rák/ /saund/ /{d/ "D{t/ 'Tri /"sæ:tn/ /tsuz/ /dis"laik/ /I"vent/ "öp/ /hit/ /hjudz/ /In Di 'Æ:li "naintiz/ /In 'leit "eitiz/ /In 'mid

3 last week (three years) later leave popular practise prepare pronunciation real(ly) robot save up some money sentence strange voice Lesson 2.2 actually affect alert appropriate awake believe brain calm concentrate cover dictionary effect energetic / energy (an) expert on get (good / bad) results heading imaginative / imagination include incredible intelligent / intelligence (be) keen on somebody kind(s) of mark / grade memory mood musical instrument necessary neither only pain(killer) paragraph reduce respond (to) rest sad score sleepy stress / stressed study thoughtful tired / tiredness worried Lesson 2.3 achievement album amount (of) behave competition contract documentary experience experienced fortune /'last "wik/ /'Tri /liv/ /"pr{ktis/ /'seiv öp "möni/ /streindz/ /vois/ /bi"liv/ /brein/ /kam/ /I"fekt/ "ekspæ:t Án/ /get 'gud/'b{d ri"zölts/ /"hediî/ /In"klud/ /bi "kin Án /mak/ greid/ /mud/ /pein, /ri"djus/ /ri"spánd /rest/ /s{d/ /sko/ /"slipi/ /stres / strest/ /"stödi/ /"wörid/ Áv/ /bi"heiv/ /"kántr{kt/

4 go wrong "ráî/ learn to speak another /'læ:n spik language l{îgwidz/ make a speech "spits/ pass an exam with Ig'z{m distinction wid perform prodigy proud /praud/ (in) public /In "pöblik/ push somebody /"pus question soon /sun/ start one's own company /'stat " win a prize for "praiz fo/ write an article / a "buk/ amazing appear argue (with) argument attention be close career decision employ except (for) go clubbing industry instant It has worked out. maturity media probably reason remain remember sack someone stuff supportive talented terrible unbelievable Practice already arrive atmosphere availability award (Film, Musik)Preis celebrate contest delicious die exchange graduate (from) hungry massage orchestra style violin Tapescript agree (with) art by chance choice desert /"Agju wid, wit/ /bi /Im"plOI/ /Ik"sept "klöbiî/ /It 'wæ:kt "aut/ /ri"mein/ /"s{k /stöf/ /Ol"redi/ /"kántest/ /dai/ /Iks"tSeIndZ/ /"gr{dzueit frám/ /"höîgri/ /"m{saz/ /stail/ wit/ /At/ /bai "tsans/ /tsois/

5 entrance excited finally island (record) label piece of music relaxing remind somebody of still successful various UNIT 3 - Taste celebrity chef cook for oneself diet eat out give (something) up lose weight mineral water recipe taste vegetarian Lesson 3.1 above all abroad approach catch a bus / train fail future gym look at part-time job previous recently tasty topclass chef trainee (a) TV series unemployed Lesson 3.2 apologise for catch up champagne chocolate ice cream lamb notice penknife secret soup spaghetti spinach spoon The film's about The film's set in vegetable yoghurt Lesson 3.3 appearance army awful chilli customer depend on disgusting dish dishes feel horrible /Ik"saItId/ "rekod "mjuzik/ /ri"l{ksiî/ /ri"maind Áv/ /stil/ /Sef/ /'kuk wön"self/ /'it "aut/ /'giv sömtiî "öp/ /'luz "weit/ /teist/ "Ol/ "bös/"trein/ /feil/ /dzim/ {t/ /'pat taim "dzáb/ /"teisti/ /'táp klas "Sef/ /'trei"ni/ 'ti "vi /'önim"ploid/ fo/ /'k{ts "öp/ /S{m"peIn/ /'ais "krim/ /l{m/ /"pennaif/ /sup/ /"spinidz/ /spun/ 'filmz "set In/ /"Ami/ /"tsili/ /di"pend Án/ /dis"göstiî/ /dis/ /"disiz/ /fil/

6 I'm afraid least /list/ location look /luk/ low meal /mil/ mouthwatering /"maut researcher residential home for the Di smell /smel/ soldier store /sto/ taste /teist/ tasteless texture tonight bowl cooker dessert /di"zæ:t/ fork /fok/ fridge /fridz/ main course /"mein kos/ menu /"menju/ pepper pilot plate /pleit/ salt /solt/ sample size /saiz/ starter venture Practice earn /Æ:n/ (the) instructions /Di particular receive /ri"siv/ reply /ri"plai/ saucepan /"sosp{n/ snail /sneil/ supper (a) takeaway pizza Tapescript advertise Don't be silly. bi "sili/ guess /ges/ meatball /"mitbol/ own owner seem /sim/ serve /sæ:v/ (a) waste of time "taim/ UNIT 4 - Survival ability (abilities) achieve (one's goal) (sein Ziel) erreichen (be) afraid of challenge control one's fear crowded deal with depend (on) frightened height loneliness physical / mental strength rely on succeed (in) trust Lesson 4.1 wönz Áv/ wönz /"kraudid/ /"dil wid, wit/ /di"pend Án/ /"fraitnd/ /hait/ "streît/ /ri"lai Án/ In/ /tröst/

7 ambitious anyway balloon brave burst climb communicate confident crazy deep determined difference dive enough football pitch funny further generous go to extremes heart hold your breath impossible lack lend lie down limit marathon oxygen powerful reach redefine reliable replace surface writer Lesson 4.2 bad, worse, worst build chief instructor cope with dangerous department store discount good, better, best nature shelter skill survival survive in the wilderness take place valuable wet Lesson 4.3 application form auxiliary Can you tell me? changeable cuisine Do you know if far free time (be) good at English habit library liquid major cities make a complaint (on) offer polite politeness proper English food pub /"eniwei/ /breiv/ /bæ:st/ /klaim/ /"kreizi/ /dip/ /di"tæ:mind/ /daiv/ /I"nöf/ /"futbol 'pits/ /"föni/ tu Ik"strimz/ /hat/ "bret/ /l{k/ /lend/ /'lai "daun/ /"limit/ /rits/ /'ridi"fain/ /ri"pleis/ /b{d, wæ:s, wæ:st/ /bild/ /'tsif wit/ sto/ /"diskaunt/ /gud, best/ /skil/ In /teik "pleis/ /wet/ fom/ ju "tel mi/ /kwi"zin/ /du ju If/ /fa/ /'fri "taim/ /bi "IÎglIS/ /"h{bit/ /"likwid/ "sitiz/ /Án 'InglIS "fud/ /pöb/

8 (market) research silence (be) spoilt for choice (1st class) stamps survey topic usual(ly) (ask for) advice interrupt offer pretend to do something value Practice accommodation act bite bite boil contestant enjoyable fever identify independence last local call (all) meals provided messy safe sense of humour snake survivor (the) tube vacation vary Tapescript bill charge condition detail discover environment fun get off opportunity unexpected wellknown UNIT 5 - Stages adult baby child earn a good salary get a job get a place of your own get engaged / married have children learn to drive look after someone (be) middleaged (be) old / elderly pensioner rebel against retire teenager toddler university Lesson 5.1 afford annoying citizen /'makit ri"sæ:ts/ /bi 'spoilt "tsois/ /'fæ:st klas "st{mps/ /"sæ:vei/ /"tápik/ /pri'tend "du 'sömtiî/ /"v{lju/ /{kt/ /bait/ /bait/ /boil/ /ai"dentifai/ /last/ 'kol/ /'Ol 'milz /"mesi/ /seif/ /sneik/ /tjub/ /bil/ /tsadz/ /"diteil/ /fön/ /get "Áf/ /'önik"spektid/ /'wel /"{dölt/ /"beibi/ /tsaild/ gud "dzáb/ /get In"geIdZd/"m{rid/ /h{v /'læ:n "draiv/ /luk /bi 'midl "eidzd/ /bi

9 degree describe disagree (with) do (physical) exercise duty election give one's opinion housework law (an) only child prompt put on weight similar single (a) spare bedroom take care of vote Lesson 5.2 a few times accounts manager Caribbean colleague cruise especially for / since for ages get in touch (with someone) get on well (with someone) glad go out (with someone) hope know each other lose touch (with) (family) member old school friend purpose register (with) relationship reply Lesson 5.3 (on) average cancer chess disease do a lot of sport eat healthily fear genes go to bed very late heavy smoker hold the record for I used to play the piano. junk food less lifespan lifestyle likes and dislikes be mentally active (be) overweight pet population quiz quote statement think positively weather beard (year / place of) birth cab file iron /di"gri/ /di"skraib/ wit/ /'du /"djuti/ /'giv wönz /"hauswæ:k/ /lo:/ "tsaild/ /prámpt/ /'put Án "weit/ "bedrum, rum/ /teik Áv/ "fju taimz/ /"kálig/ /kruz/ /sins/ "eidziz/ /'get In "töts wid /'get Án "wel wid /gl{d/ "aut wid its /'luz "töts wid, wit/ "skul frend/ wit/ /ri"plai/ /Án /tses/ /di"ziz/ "spot/ /'it /dzinz/ 'bed veri "leit/ /'hevi "rekod fo/ /ai 'just plei /"dzöîk fud/ /les/ /"laifsp{n/ /"laifstail/ "dislaiks/ /bi 'mentli "{ktiv/ /bi /pet/ /kwiz/ /'TIÎk @v "bæ:t/ /k{b/ /fail/

10 marital status /"m{ritl (do) military service /du "sæ:vis/ optional past /past/ sculpture secondary school 'skul/ share spoiled /spoild/ star /sta/ suppose (un)fortunately Tapescript age /eidz/ borrow box office /"báks 'ÁfIs/ case /keis/ discipline even in my opinion /In 'mai pattern /"p{tn/ proof /pruf/ protect somebody from 'sömtiî/ science scientist truth /trut/ UNIT 6 - Places Australia, Australian Brazil, Brazilian Britain, British /"britn, "britis/ Canada, Canadian (the) capital of Áv/ China, Chinese 'tsai"niz/ continent Egypt, Egyptian /"idzipt, France, French /frans, frents/ Germany, German Italy, Italian Japan, Japanese Kenya, Kenyan landscape /"l{ndskeip/ Mexico, Mexican nationality natural beauty "bjuti/ Poland, Polish Portugal, Portugese region (the) remains of Áv/ (be) situated in /bi "sitsueitid In/ Spain, Spanish /spein, "sp{nis/ the United States, American ju'naitid "steits, tourist destination Lesson 6.1 advert(isement) /"{dvæ:t, beach /bits/ because of Áv/ booking /"bukiî/ double fashionable forest go up "öp/ holidaymaker immediately increase /In"kris/ lake /leik/ map /m{p/ mountain national symbol New Zealand /nju nightmare ocean

11 prediction refer to river scared sea sheep Lesson 6.2 answerphone busy dishwasher DVD player explanation find out freezer frontier hairdryer miss mobile (phone) old-fashioned predict radio spend (money) task too much / many vacuum cleaner washing machine weak Lesson 6.3 charity compare to connected decide drum escape flowerpot freedom get rid of harvest the fruit I look like my father. inspired by leaflet plant plant seeds prison result satisfaction soil spend (time) staff stage surround weeds castle convince (geographical) features palace stay Practice carry Europe Hungary interest noise Switzerland twin Tapescript bored care about chop complain get to know someone /ri"fæ: tu/ /si/ /Sip/ /"bizi/ /'di vi "di /'faind "aut/ /mis/ /pri"dikt/ /"spend' "möni/ /task/ /'tu "möts/"meni/ /"v{kjum /"wásiî /wik/ /di"said/ /dröm/ /I"skeIp/ /get "rid Áv/ "frut/ /ai 'luk laik mai bai/ /plant/ /'plant "sidz/ /ri"zölt/ /soil/ /spend "taim/ /staf/ /steidz/ /widz/ /stei/ /"k{ri/ /noiz/ /twin/ /tsáp/ /'get

12 (be) involved in scuba diving settler UNIT 7 - Body ankle arm back eye face finger foot hair hand head knee leg lips mouth nose personality stomach stress, stressed thumb toe torso waist wrist Lesson 7.1 although attractive beautiful fat goodlooking handsome I feel sick. improve in the eyes of medium height muscular part several short skinny slim tall thin ugly unattractive worry about Lesson 7.2 artistic avoid bend chatty consider hardworking hope kind open organised pointed promise reserved sensitive shape straight unreliable upset Lesson 7.3 acupuncture /bi In"vÁlvd In/ 'daiviî/ /Am/ /b{k/ /ai/ /feis/ /fut/ /h{nd/ /hed/ /ni/ /leg/ /lips/ /maut/ /stres, strest/ /Töm/ /weist/ /rist/ /f{t/ /'gud "lukiî/ /'ai fil "sik/ /Im"pruv/ /In Di "aiz Áv/ "hait/ /pat/ /SOt/ /"skini/ /slim/ /tol/ /TIn/ /"ögli/ /A"tIstIk/ /bend/ /"ts{ti/ /'had "wæ:kiî/ /kaind/ /"prámis/ /ri"zæ:vd/ /SeIp/ /streit/ /öp"set/

13 backache belief (a) broken arm or leg bucket cloth (a) cold common cotton wool cough dentist earache flu food poisoning forehead garlic give advice (a) headache (a) high temperature homoeopathy hurt I don't get it. illness in order to injury joke mattress (a) pain in one's chest place session (a) sore throat stomachache suck support swallow symptom take an aspirin That's quite funny. That's really funny! toothache treatment alert apart from beat breathe have a bath manage to do something (under) pressure queue realise soaked tense tongue Practice advantage anyway horoscope imagine message nurse palm sprained Tapescript disorganised ear elbow fairly lazy length serious skin waste /"b{keik/ /bi"lif/ "Am, "leg/ /"bökit/ /klát/ /'kátn "wul/ /káf/ /"dentist/ /flu/ /"fud /"fohed/ /"galik/ /"hedeik/ /'hai /hæ:t/ /ai "get It/ /In tu/ /'pein In wönz "tsest/ /pleis/ /'so /sök/ "{sprin/ /'D{ts kwait "föni/ /'D{ts "föni/ /"tuteik/ frám/ /bit/ /brid/ "bat/ /'m{nidz "du 'sömtiî/ /kju/ /tens/ /töî/ /"eniwei/ /I"m{dZIn/ /"mesidz/ /næ:s/ /pam/ /spreind/ /"leizi/ /leît/ /skin/ /weist/

14 UNIT 8 - Speed amber be able to do something /bi "du 'sömtiî/ be in a hurry /bi "höri/ cheetah connection fastestselling "seliî/ motorway (arrive) on time Án "taim/ rush hour /"rös slow down "daun/ speed camera /"spid speed limit /"spid 'limit/ speed up /'spid "öp/ Lesson 8.1 cause /koz/ continue currently deliver deteriorate fact /f{kt/ fall /fol/ fast /fast/ get better /get get worse /get "wæ:s/ go down "daun/ guide /gaid/ instead of Áv/ It has changed dramatically. /It 'tseindzd It has changed steadily. /It 'tseindzd It has changed slightly. /It 'tseindzd "slaitli/ label quality quantity rise /raiz/ sky /skai/ suggest traffic /"tr{fik/ unknown wage /weidz/ Lesson 8.2 architect /"AkItekt/ ask someone out /'Ask "aut/ collect (a) couple get divorced /get di"vost/ get over (someone) /get grow minimum time "taim/ put up with something /put "öp wid 'sömtiî/ split up (with someone) /'split "öp wid Lesson 8.3 commit a "kraim/ curious cut /köt/ groan hit /hit/ hole in progress /In incident lift /lift/ precisely /pri"saisli/ pretend /pri"tend/ scratch /skr{ts/ space mission /"speis tights /taits/ uniform /"junifom/ ground /graund/ guilty /"gilti/

15 lawn lie prove separate(ly) suspect thieves Practice air pollution catch up with one's work contain customs economics enter a country fizzy get behind with one's work have a shower hero ingredient invite join violent Tapescript coincidence luck percentage ton yet /lon/ /lai/ /pruv/ /"söspekt/ /Tivz/ /'k{ts öp wid wönz "wæ:k/ "köntri/ /"fizi/ /get bi'haind wid wönz "wæ:k/ /In"vaIt/ /dzoin/ /lök/ /tön/ /jet/ UNIT 9 - Work apply for a job @ "dzáb/ CV (curriculum vitae) /'si "vi, "vitai/ fashion designer firefighter get promoted /get have an interview lawyer plumber prepare a si "vi/ resign (one's job) /ri"zain, ri'zain wönz "dzáb/ run one's own company /'rön sales rep. (sales representativ /"seilz rep, take a job "dzáb/ work long hours /'wæ:k láî Lesson 9.1 Fill out the form, please. /'fil aut "fom pliz/ afterwards bonus company do research /'du ri"sæ:ts/ Dress smartly. /'dres "smatli/ employee /Im"plOIi, 'emploi"i/ employer enthusiasm equal factory feel embarrassed /'fil firm /fæ:m/ handy /"h{ndi/ hesitant interview interviewee interviewer maintain /mein"tein/ make an impression managing director phone up "öp/ Pleased to meet you. /'plizd "mit ju/ qualifications rather receptionist rude /rud/

16 salary secretary target Lesson 9.2 do business do homework do nothing do one's best do someone a favour entrepreneur make a decision make a mistake make an appointment make an effort make money make progress She could sing quite well. tycoon Lesson 9.3 arrest break in(to) cashier conclusion court crime Crime doesn't pay. criminal damage demand feel sorry for someone fine gun innocent invent judge jury news next police officer prison sentence punishment security send someone to jail showroom spotless steal then thief van benefit enrol essential feel valued Keep calm. negotiate with someone negotiation pay increase provide reasonable require score supervise Reference I can't cook at all. Practice burglar burglary burgle a house crossword knock mug someone /'du /'du /'du "nötiî/ /'du wönz "best/ mi"steik/ /meik "möni/ /meik /Si kud 'siî kwait "wel/ /tai"kun/ /'breik /kot/ /kraim/ /'kraim "pei/ /"d{midz/ /di"mand/ /'fil "sári /fain/ /gön/ /In"vent/ /dzödz/ /njuz/ /nekst/ /'send "dzeil/ /stil/ /Den/ /Tif/ /v{n/ /'fil "v{ljud/ /'kip "kam/ wid /"pei 'Inkris/ /sko/ /ai 'kant "Ol/ @ "haus/ /"kráswæ:d/ /nák/ /"mög

17 mugger murder murder someone murderer pick someone's pocket pickpocket politician purse rob a bank robber robbery shoplifter take a photo tax theft wedding Tapescript It's none of your business. ashtray hoot mess mug someone pour (get) stuck in traffic UNIT 10 - Wildlife after all be part of bear bird cow eagle elephant find out horse hyena kill lion mouse move nearby plenty prepare rat spider tiger whale wolf zebra Lesson 10.1 a number of amazing argument attack banks be awake become bite bring up by chance care change come across discover eyesight feed feel close to sb fight god grow up have in common /'pik "pákit/ /"pik'pákit/ /pæ:s/ "b{îk/ /t{ks/ /Teft/ /"wediî/ /Its jo /"{StreI/ /hut/ /mes/ /"mög /po/ /get 'stök In "tr{fik/ O:l/ /bi /bæ:d/ /kau/ /faind aut/ /ho:s/ /kil/ /maus/ /mu:v/ /'plenti/ /r{t/ /weil/ /wulf/ @v/ /b{îks/ /bi /bi'köm/ /bait/ /briî öp/ /bai tsa:ns/ /tseindz/ /'aisait/ /fi:d/ /fi:l tu:/ /fait/ /gád/ öp/ /h{v In

18 hearing influence leave look up to sb luckily name occasionally pick up prefer raise raw recently remain respect similar take care of twin brothers Lesson 10.2 actually advice agree/disagree awful banned cage cheque cruel definitely environment extinction face-to-face fur involve leather locked up pay increase scientific research space species strike successful suggest tiny well-known wildlife zoo zoology Lesson 10.3 advertisement bark cartoon character consist of depend on howl intelligence test lie mew oil popular public transport respond snooker ball string trial turn off view abuse adopt advise animal inspector ape around the clock /li:v/ /luk öp tu:/ /neim/ /pik öp/ /pri'fæ:/ /reiz/ /ro:/ /ri'mein/ /ri'spekt/ /twin /b{nd/ /keidz/ /tsek/ /'feis 'feis/ /fæ:/ /In'vÁlv/ /lákd öp/ /pei 'Inkri:s/ ri'sæ:ts/ /speis/ /'spi:si:z/ /straik/ /'taini/ /'waildlaif/ /zu:/ /ba:k/ /ka:'tu:n @v/ /di'pend Án/ /haul/ test/ /lai/ /mju:/ /OIl/ /'pöblik tr{n'spo:t/ /ri'spánd/ bo:l/ /ströî/ /tæ:n Áf/ /vju:/ /eip/ klák/

19 campaign captivity charity chemical climate change credit card cruelty danger death debit card distress donation environmental issues farm get involved global in the wild injured investigate issue kennel local lonely neglect prevent prosecute protect remove rescue sick toxic trade trapped Review and practice iron pass percent promote publishing size Tapescripts abroad extract generous incredibly odd opportunity separate snooker table squeak such as unique /k{m'pein/ tseindz/ ka:d/ /det/ ka:d/ /di'stres/ 'ISu:z/ /fa:m/ /get In'vÁlvd/ /In waild/ /'ISu:/ /'kenl/ /ni'glekt/ /pri'vent/ /'prásikju:t/ /ri'mu:v/ /'reskju:/ /sik/ /'táksik/ /treid/á /tr{pt/ /pa:s/ /'pöblisiî/ /saiz/ /'ekstr{kt/ /Ád/ /skwi:k/ /ju:'ni:k/ Unit 11 - Travel bus /bös/ car /ka/ coach ferry /"feri/ get into or out of a car / taxi /get 'IntU "ka/"t{ksi/ get off a bus / train / plane /get "bös/"trein/"plein/ Bus / Zug / Flugzeug steigen get on / off a bicycle /get get on a bus / train / plane /get "bös/"trein/"plein/ get out of a car / taxi "ka/"t{ksi/ go by car / bus / train / taxi / bai go by plane bai "plein/ lorry /"lári/ miss a train / bus / plane "trein/"bös/"plein/ moped motorbike ride a bicycle

20 take a train / bus "trein/"bös/ taxi /"t{ksi/ train /trein/ transport /"tr{nspot/ Lesson 11.1 annoy beach holidays /"bits book early /'buk "Æ:li/ bump into someone /'bömp camping holidays /"k{mpiî drive someone crazy /'draiv "kreizi/ exhausted /Ig"zOstId/ expect /Ik"spekt/ get a lastminute deal 'last minit "dil/ go go selfcatering self go sightseeing "sait'siiî/ I can't stand it. /ai 'kant "st{nd It/ just /dzöst/ keep a record "rekod/ knowledge /"nálidz/ mention neighbour opposite pack (one's suitcase) /p{k, 'p{k wönz "sutkeis/ rent a car "ka/ skiing holidays /"skiiî sleep /slip/ snore /sno/ stay /stei/ stay in hotels /'stei In summary sunbathe on the beach /'sönbeid Án "bits/ travel companion travel diary unpack /ön"p{k/ use local transport /juz "tr{nspot/ Lesson 11.2 alcohol associate with wid/ available (a) bow /bau/ bow (to someone) /bau/ (a) bunch of flowers cheek /tsik/ crystal custom follow formal / informal generalisation generally give a present or gift O "gift/ greeting /"gritiî/ (a) handshake /"h{ndseik/ host kiss /kis/ kiss (someone) /"kis leather owe pig /pig/ refuse /ri"fjuz/ romance say goodbye (to someone) /'sei gud"bai saying /"seiiî/ shake hands (with someone) /'SeIk "h{ndz wid significance tend to do something /'tend "du 'sömtiî/ traveller unlike /'ön"laik/ unlucky number /'önlöki wave (to someone) /"weiv worldwide /'wæ:ld"waid/

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