New Opportunities - Intermediate Vocabulary Companion - English/Dutch/French

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1 New Opportunities - Intermediate Vocabulary Companion - English/Dutch/French English headword Pronunciation Nederlands Français Example sentences Module 1 Aborigine L?ôÄ]DêfÇw]åáL aboriginal un, une aborigène Did you meet any Aborigines when you went to Australia? adventure L]ÇDîÉåíp]L avontuur l'aventure It's a book about Johnson's adventures at sea. advert LDôÇî WíL advertentie l'annonce, la publicité Have you seen that advert for Nike sportswear? already LlWäDêÉÇáL al déjà I've seen that film already. ambition LôãDÄfp]åL ambitie l'ambition My ambition is to become a doctor. ambitious LôãDÄfp]ëL ambitieus ambitieux We are looking for ambitious, hard-working young people. ambitiously LôãDÄfp]ëäáL ambitieus ambitieusement He ambitiously decided to try for the top job. ancient LDÉfåp]åíL oud ancien It looked like an ancient building that had not been used for centuries. archaeology L?^WâáDflä]ÇwáL archeologie l'archéologie She wants to study archaeology. back out L?Äôâ=D~rí=]îI=flîL zich terugtrekken uit se retirer The salesman tried to back out of the deal. base LÄÉfëL basis la base The scientists worked from their base in Antarctica. be into sth LÄá=Dfåí]=?ë¾ãqfÏL ergens mee bezig zijn être mordu(e) de He's really into football these days. biography LÄ~fDflÖê]ÑáL biografie la biographie He wrote a biography of Princess Diana. boring LDÄlWêfÏL saai ennuyant The programme was so boring she fell asleep. botanist LDÄflí]åfëíL plantkundige le, la botaniste The botanist discovered a new plant. brave LÄêÉfîL dapper brave, courageux He was a brave man and gave his life to save others. bravely LDÄêÉfîäáL dapper bravement, courageusement The mountaineers battled bravely against the weather. bravery LDÄêÉfî]êáL moed la bravoure He was awarded a medal for his bravery. break down L?ÄêÉfâ=DÇ~råL kapot gaan tomber en panne The car broke down in the middle of the motorway. bungee jumping LDľåÇwá=?Çw¾ãéfÏL bungeejumpen le saut à l'élastique Zak went bungee jumping whilst on holiday in New Zealand. by LÄ~fL met de par, en I go to work by bus. camel LDâôã]äL kameel le chameau The camel race was one of the best bits of our holiday. campsite LDâôãéë~fíL kampeerterrein le (terrain de) camping In the storm, all the tents on the campsite were washed away. cannibal LDâôå]Ä]äL kannibaal le cannibale The cannibals hadn't eaten anyone for weeks! canoeing Lâ]DåìWfÏL kanoën le canoë (activité) We could go canoeing this weekend. certainly LDë WíåäáL beslist certainement This match will certainly be difficult for us to win. challenging LDípôä]åÇwfÏL uitdagend difficile Teaching is a very challenging job. changeable LDípÉfåÇw]Ä]äL wisselvallig changeant The weather is very changeable today. cheat LípáWíL bedriegen (to cheat out of: afhandig maken) tricher Her son feels he has been cheated out of his inheritance. climbing LDâä~fãfÏL klimmen l'escalade We go climbing in the Welsh mountains. cold Lâ]räÇL koud froid She's a really cold person, never smiling or friendly. comfortable LDâ¾ãÑí]Ä]äI=Dâ¾ãÑ]í-L comfortabel confortable, à l'aise Are you comfortable sitting on the floor? constitutional monarchy L?âflåëí]íàìWp]å]ä=Dãflå]âáL constitutionele monarchie la monarchie constitutionnelle The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy. cruise LâêìWòL cruise la croisière Let's go on a cruise to Alaska! dangerous LDÇÉfåÇw]ê]ëL gevaarlijk dangereux Police say the escaped prisoner is a very dangerous man. dark LÇ^WâL donker sombre It's only five o'clock, and it's already dark. darkness LDÇ^Wâå]ëL duisternis l'obscurité The whole house was in darkness. death LÇÉqL dood la mort After her husband's death, she lived alone for 20 years. desert LDÇÉò]íL woestijn le désert The people travelled on camels in the desert. desert island L?ÇÉò]í=D~fä]åÇL onbewoond eiland l'île déserte The shipwrecked survivors swam to a desert island. despair LÇfDëéÉ]L wanhoop le désespoir I was in despair, until she phoned to say that she was all right. desperate LDÇÉëé]ê]íL wanhopig désespéré Many homeless families are in desperate situations. desperately LDÇÉëé]ê]íäáL wanhopig désespérément They were desperately anxious to help. desperation L?ÇÉëé]DêÉfp]åL wanhoop le désespoir In desperation she called the police for help. diary LDÇ~f]êáL dagboek, agenda l'agenda I'll check my diary to see if I can come on Friday. die LÇ~fL sterven mourir Grandfather died last year. difficult LDÇfÑfâ]äíL moeilijk difficile Skiing isn't difficult, but it takes practice. difficulty LDÇfÑfâ]äíáL moeite la difficulté I had difficulty finding Kim's house. disaster LÇfDò^Wëí]L ramp la catastrophe Forty people were killed in the rail disaster. Page 1 of 27

2 disastrous LÇfDò^Wëíê]ëL rampzalig catastrophique It will be disastrous if we lose. diving LDÇ~fîfÏL duiken la plongée We went diving on the coral reef. dolphin LDÇfläÑfåL dolfijn la dauphin You can swim with dolphins at that hotel in Hawaii. dream LÇêáWãL dromen rêver My son dreams about becoming an astronaut. dying LDÇ~ffÏL laatste mourant He scored his goal in the dying minutes of the game. ecosystem LDáWâ]r?ëfëí]ãL ecosysteem l'écosystème In the Earth's ecosystem, most animals and plants depend on others for their existence. eco-tourism LDáWâ]r=?ír]êfò]ãL ecotoerisme l'écotourisme Eco-tourism tries to be careful about its impact on the environment. educational L?ÉÇàrDâÉfp]å]äL educatief éducatif Her parents only bought educational games, she never had any fun. end LÉåÇL einde la fin He met his end climbing mountains. environment LfåDî~f]ê]åã]åíL milieu l'environnement We must protect the environment. ethnographer LÉqDåflÖê]Ñ]L etnograaf l'ethnographe The ethnographer asked the old man if he could study his people. exciting LfâDë~fífÏL spannend amusant It was a pretty exciting game. exhaust LfÖDòlWëíL uitputten épuiser Looking after the kids exhausts me. exhausted LfÖDòlWëífÇL uitgeput épuisé I was so exhausted that I fell asleep on the couch. exhausting LfÖDòlWëífÏL uitputtend épuisant It had been an exhausting day and I couldn't wait to get to bed. exhaustion LfÖDòlWëíp]åL uitputting l'épuisement He was suffering from exhaustion and stayed in bed for a week. exotic LfÖDòflífâL exotisch exotique When I visit tropical places I love seeing exotic flowers and birds. expedition L?Éâëé]DÇfp]åL expeditie l'expédition Ben went on an expedition to the South Pole. expensive LfâDëéÉåëfîL duur cher (onéreux) We can't afford this it's too expensive. exploration L?Éâëéä]DêÉfp]åL verkenning l'exploration They went on a journey of exploration in South America. explore LfâDëéälWL verkennen explorer They spent the afternoon exploring the town. explorer LfâDëéälWê]L ontdekkingsreiziger l'explorateur, -trice Marco Polo was a famous explorer of Asia. extract LDÉâëíêôâíL fragment l'extrait The author read out a short extract from his novel. extreme mountain biking Lfâ?ëíêáWã=Dã~råí]å=?Ä~fâfÏL extreem mountainbiken le vtt extrême I think I'd enjoy extreme mountain biking as I love cycling. extreme skiing Lfâ?ëíêáWã=DëâáWfÏL extreem skiën le ski extrême I tried extreme skiing last year but broke my leg. extreme sport Lfâ?ëíêáWã=DëélWíL extreme sport le(s) sport(s) extrême(s) Any extreme sport appeals to me as I love dangerous sports. fail LÑÉfäL zakken voor échouer She failed all her exams. failing LDÑÉfäfÏL bij gebrek aan faute de, sans Failing her help, we shall have to try something else. failure LDÑÉfäà]L falen l'échec He went to Australia after his failure to get a job in England. fascinating LDÑôë]åÉfífÏL fascinerend fascinant, passionnant This is a fascinating book. fed up L?ÑÉÇ=D¾éL beu, het zat (to be fed up) en avoir marre I'm fed up with my job! flying LDÑä~ffÏL vliegen voler (en avion) I don't want to go flying in that tiny plane! fossil LDÑflë]äL fossiel le fossile They found some fossils of early reptiles preserved in the rock. four-wheel-drive L?ÑlW=ïáWä=DÇê~fîL 4WD, auto met vierwielaandrijving le quatre-quatre (véhicule à 4 roues motrices) Four-wheel-drives use a lot of fuel. friend LÑêÉåÇL vriend(in) l'ami, -ie Kate was new to the school but soon made friends. frightening LDÑê~fíåfÏL eng, griezelig effrayant It's a very frightening film. get sth across L?ÖÉí=ë¾ãqfÏ=]DâêflëL iets overbrengen faire passer, communiquer I tried to get the message across to her but she just looked blank. go through with LÖ]r=DqêìW=ïfaI=ïfqL doorgaan met aller jusqu'au bout When the time came, I couldn't go through with it. guest house LDÖÉëí=Ü~rëL pension la chambre d'hôtes We chose a guest house that did bed and breakfast. hang-glide LDÜôÏ=Öä~fÇL deltavliegen le deltaplane (activité) I'd like to hang-glide, but it's an expensive sport. ice diving LD~fë=?Ç~fîfÏL ijsduiken la plongée sous glace I'm not allowed to go ice diving as Mum says it can kill you. ice-canyoning L?~fë=Dâôåà]åfÏL ice canyoning la canyoning de glace My friend went ice-canyoning and broke her leg. indigenous LfåDÇfÇw]å]ëL inheems indigène Kangaroos are indigenous to Australia. inhospitable L?fåÜflDëéfí]Ä]äL onherbergzaam inhospitalier Siberia is one of the most inhospitable regions on Earth. instructor LfåDëíê¾âí]L instructeur l'instructeur, -trice I asked for a female instructor as women are better drivers. key LâáWL sleutel la clé What do you think is the key to a happy life? learn about sth LDä Wå=]Ä~rí=?ë¾ãqfÏL horen over apprendre, entendre I learned about the accident when I rang to talk to her. lines Lä~fåòL regels les lignes Reading between the lines, I could tell she wanted to come home. listen to LDäfë]å=í]I=írL luisteren naar écouter James didn't listen to the instructions properly and got lost. living LDäfîfÏL inkomen earn a living : gagner sa vie He just about makes a living by working on the market. lonely LDä]råäáL eenzaam seul I felt really lonely while my parents were away. luckily LDä¾â]äáL gelukkig heureusement Luckily, it didn't rain all day. luxurious Lä¾ÖDòàr]êá]ëI=ä]ÖDwr]êá]ëL luxueus luxueux He has a luxurious apartment in the south of France. make LãÉfâL maken faire She soon made friends with the girl next door. marathon LDãôê]q]åL marathon le marathon He's going to run the New York marathon. 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3 microlight LDã~fâê]rä~fíL superlicht vliegtuigje l'ulm I didn't like flying in the microlight, it was too small. mid-twenties L?ãfÇ=DíïÉåíáòL midden twintig plus ou moins 25 ans She was in her mid-twenties when she had her first child. miss sb LDãfë=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand missen manquer 'I miss him' = il me manque When my best friend went to another school, I missed him terribly. moment LDã]rã]åíL ogenblik le moment At the moment, I'm at RADA studying to be an actor. monarchy LDãflå]âáL monarchie la monarchie In spite of many changes, the UK remains a monarchy. museum LãàìWDòáW]ãL museum le musée She is planning a class trip to the museum. nightlife LDå~fíä~fÑL nachtleven la vie nocturne The big attraction in Berlin is the nightlife. orchid LDlWâfÇL orchidee l'orchidée I have two pots of orchids, one white and one purple. organisation L?lWÖ]å~fDòÉfp]åL organisatie l'organisation Liam's work was brilliant, but it lacked organisation. organise LDlWÖ]å~fòL organiseren organiser She organised a concert to raise money for charity. organised LDlWÖ]å~fòÇL georganiseerd organisé She was so well organised, you could tell exactly when she was going to arrive. original L]DêfÇwfå]äL oorspronkelijk original The original plan was to catch the ferry. parachuting LDéôê]pìWífÏL parachutespringen le parachute (activité) I wanted to go parachuting but I just couldn't jump out of the plane. participant Lé^WDífë]é]åíL deelnemer le participant, la participante Mark was a willing participant in the study. penguin LDéÉÏÖïfåL pinguïn le pingouin All the penguins huddled together to keep warm. permanently LDé Wã]å]åíäáL permanent de façon permanente Why don't you come and live with us permanently? persuade sb to Lé]DëïÉfÇ=?ë¾ãÄ]Çá=í]I=írL iemand overtuigen om persuader The salesman couldn't persuade her to buy a new car. planet LDéäôå]íL planeet la planète Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system. polar LDé]rä]L pool- polaire The polar regions of the Earth are some of the coldest on the planet. pony LDé]råáL pony, paard le poney Ted liked to ride on the ponies when he visited the farm. practise LDéêôâífëL oefenen pratiquer, s'exercer I have to practise playing the trumpet every day. prefer LéêfDÑ WL de voorkeur geven aan préférer I prefer football to cricket. preparation L?éêÉé]DêÉfp]åL voorbereiding la préparation He sometimes spends hours in preparation for an important game. prepare for LéêfDéÉ]=Ñ]I=ÑlWL zich voorbereiden op se préparer You must prepare for the future by getting a well-paid job. price Léê~fëL prijs le prix Having to move to Leeds was a small price to pay for being able to keep my job. price Léê~fëL prijzen fixer le prix de I think they've priced the house very reasonably. privacy LDéêfî]ëáL privacy l'intimité, la vie privée Teenagers need some privacy. progress LDéê]rÖêÉëL vordering(en) les progrès Parents want to be told about their child's progress at school. protection Léê]DíÉâp]åL bescherming, beschutting la protection The trees gave them some protection against the rain. put on clothes L?érí=flå=Dâä]raòI=Dâä]ròL kleren aantrekken mettre des vêtements He put on his clothes then went down to breakfast. pyramids LDéfê]ãfÇòL piramiden les pyramides We went to Egypt to see the pyramids. race LêÉfëL wedloop la course They had a race to the South Pole and Amundsen got there before Scott. rainforest LDêÉfå?Ñflê]ëíL regenwoud la forêt tropicale They're cutting down millions of trees and causing the destruction of the rainforest. rainy LDêÉfåáL regenachtig pluvieux It was a rainy day so the children played indoors. rapidly LDêôé]ÇäáL snel rapidement The disease was spreading more rapidly than expected. reasonably LDêáWò]å]ÄäáL redelijk raisonnablement The house was very reasonably priced. relieved LêfDäáWîÇL opgelucht soulagé We were all relieved when she returned home safely. remarkable LêfDã^Wâ]Ä]äL opmerkelijk remarquable That's a remarkable achievement. remote LêfDã]ríL afgelegen éloigné, reculé The fire was in a remote mountain area where no one lived. reserve LêfDò WîL a reserve: reservaat; to reserve: reserveren la réserve We visited a wild animal reserve in Kenya. rheumatism LDêìWã]ífò]ãL reumatiek le rhumatisme She had rheumatism and her fingers were swollen and painful. right now L?ê~fí=Då~rL nu meteen tout de suite I want you home right now, so don't give me any more excuses. rock LêflâL steen le rocher They found a diamond in the middle of the rock. rock climbing LDêflâ=?âä~fãfÏL bergbeklimmen l'escalade We went rock climbing at the weekend. round-the-world L?ê~råÇ=a]=Dï WäÇL de wereld rond autour du monde Mum and Dad are going on a round-the-world trip next year. run out of sth Lê¾å=D~rí=]î=?ë¾ãqfÏL zonder iets komen te zitten manquer de We're always running out of milk at our house. sad LëôÇL droevig triste The movie had a very sad ending. sadden LDëôÇåL verdriet doen attrister Her death saddened everyone greatly. sadly LDëôÇäáL droevig tristement She smiled sadly. sadness LDëôÇå]ëL verdriet la tristesse Even when she smiled, she had a kind of sadness. safari Lë]DÑ^WêáL safari le safari We spent three weeks on safari in Kenya. safe LëÉfÑL veilig sûr You can walk on the bridge it's perfectly safe. sailing LDëÉfäfÏL zeilen la voile (activité) They've invited us to go sailing this weekend. scientific L?ë~f]åDífÑfâL wetenschappelijk scientifique The scientist was working on a scientific experiment. set up L?ëÉí=D¾éL klaarzetten installer We set up the tables for the Christmas party. 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4 shock LpflâL schokken choquer His arrogance shocked everybody who met him. skiing LDëâáWfÏL skiën le ski (activité) We went skiing in Switzerland. skysurfing LDëâ~f?ë WÑfÏL skysurfen le surf à ski They jumped out of the aeroplane on their boards and went skysurfing. sledge LëäÉÇwL slee la luge Ben dragged his sledge through the snow. sleeping bag LDëäáWéfÏ=ÄôÖL slaapzak le sac de couchage Because I forgot my sleeping bag I had to sleep on the ground. smoky LDëã]râáL rokerig enfumé The room was crowded and smoky. snowboarding LDëå]rÄlWÇfÏL snowboarden le snowboard (activité) I prefer snowboarding to skiing. snowrafting LDëå]rê^WÑífÏL snowraften le snowrafting Snowrafting down a snowy mountain in a rubber boat is fantastic fun! spirit LDëéfêfíL geest l'esprit He said he could talk to the spirit of his dead mother. splitting LDëéäfífÏL barstend atroce He talks so loudly, he's given me a splitting headache. street-lugeing L?ëíêáWí=DäìWwfÏL sleetje rijden de la luge They took their sleds and went street-lugeing down the hill. stunning LDëí¾åfÏL verbluffend sensationnel, fantastique You look stunning in that dress. succeed Lë]âDëáWÇL erin slagen réussir By pushing hard, he succeeded in opening the window. success Lë]âDëÉëL succes le succès, la réussite They were pleased with their success at the tournament. successful Lë]âDëÉëÑ]äL succesvol (to be successful) = réussir They were successful in persuading him to join their team. successfully Lë]âDëÉëÑ]äáL met succes avec succès They successfully completed the obstacle course. sunny LDë¾åáL zonnig ensoleillé It was a wonderful, warm, sunny summer's day. take up L?íÉfâ=D¾éL beginnen met se mettre à Mum and Dad decided to take up tennis this summer. take up L?íÉfâ=D¾éL beginnen met se mettre à, apprendre After she saw it on TV, Gran decided to take up ballroom dancing. talk about sth LDílWâ=]Ä~rí=?ë¾ãqfÏL over iets praten parler de quelque-chose In the office, everyone talks about what was on TV the night before. team LíáWãL team l'équipe The sledge was pulled by a team of dogs. tent LíÉåíL tent le tente We had to put up our tent in the dark. terrible LDíÉê]Ä]äL verschrikkelijk épouvantable We had terrible weather on the journey here. tiring LDí~f]êfÏL vermoeiend fatigant The plane was in the air for 12 hours and it was a tiring journey. touch Lí¾ípL contact le contact He said he would get in touch by phone, but I haven't heard from him. trek LíêÉâL trektocht la randonnée They went on a long and difficult trek through the jungle. trekker LDíêÉâ]L iemand die een trektocht maakt le randonneur, -euse The lonely trekker looked tired and weary. trekking LDíêÉâfÏL trektochten maken la randonnée (activité) We all went on a trekking holiday last year. tribe Líê~fÄL stam la tribu The Masai are one of the largest tribes in Kenya. trip LíêféL reisje le voyage Dad's promised that we can go on a trip to Disneyland. trouble LDíê¾Ä]äL moeite les ennuis We had a lot of trouble parking the car. turn up for sth L?í Wå=D¾é=Ñ]=?ë¾ãqfÏL voor iets komen opdagen se présenter, venir We all turned up for the wedding except for the bride! uncomfortable L¾åDâ¾ãÑí]Ä]äI=¾åDâ¾ãÑ]í-L oncomfortabel inconfortable I'm always so uncomfortable on long plane journeys. value LDîôäàìWL waarde la valeur That washing machine is good value for money at the price. variety Lî]Dê~f]íáL soort la variété We tried three different varieties of cheese. volcano LîfläDâÉfå]rL vulkaan le volcan The volcano erupted without warning. wait for LDïÉfí=Ñ]I=ÑlWL wachten op attendre Dinner was late but wonderful well worth waiting for! whale LïÉfäL walvis la baleine The whale is an endangered species. while Lï~fäL a while: een tijdje; while I: terwijl ik le moment I found the noise irritating but, after a while, I didn't notice it. white water rafting L?ï~fí=ïlWí]=Dê^WÑífÏL raften le rafting My brother went white water rafting at the weekend. widow LDïfÇ]rL weduwe le veuf, la veuve She was a young, rich widow and did not intend to marry again. work for LDï Wâ=Ñ]I=ÑlWL werken voor travailler pour He had always had to work for a living, nothing came easily. worry about sth LDï¾êá=]Ä~rí=?ë¾ãqfÏL zich zorgen maken over iets s' en faire au sujet de quelque-chose He worried about getting into university, as his grades were low. Module 2 a bit L]=DÄfíL een beetje un peu That child is a bit cheeky and not very well-mannered. absolutely LDôÄë]äìWíäáI=?ôÄë]DäìWíäáL volstrekt absolument I'll be absolutely amazed if we win. action LDôâp]åL actie l'action The film star did all his own stunts in the action film. activist LDôâí]îfëíL activist le militant, la militante The animal rights activists lay a false trail for the hunting dogs. actor LDôâí]L acteur l'acteur He wants to be an actor when he grows up. actress LDôâíê]ëL actrice l'actrice Elizabeth Taylor is a famous actress. adventure L]ÇDîÉåíp]L avontuur l'aventure It's an adventure story about Johnson's travels at sea. album LDôäÄ]ãL album, cd l'album Do you have Madonna's new album? anarchist LDôå]âfëíL anarchist l'anarchiste He's always been an anarchist and hates following rules. arrest L]DêÉëíL arresteren arrêter They arrested her for stealing. bacillus LÄ]Dëfä]ëL bacil le bacille It was the kind of bacillus that caused diseases. Page 4 of 27

5 bacteria LÄôâDíf]êá]L bacterie la bactérie This cleaning product kills bacteria. break up with sb L?ÄêÉfâ=D¾é=ïfa=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL het uitmaken met iemand rompre avec quelqu'un I broke up with Rachel when I found out she'd lied to me. brilliant LDÄêfäà]åíL fantastisch brillant, excellent Pele was a brilliant footballer. cab LâôÄL taxi le taxi We took a cab to the airport. candy LDâôåÇáL snoep le bonbon Zak bought Suki candy because he knew she liked sweet foods. cartoon Lâ^WDíìWåL tekenfilm le dessin animé The children would watch cartoons all day if I let them! character LDâôêfâí]L karakter (ook: personage) le personnage The new road will spoil the quiet character of the village. cholera LDâflä]ê]L cholera le choléra There was an outbreak of cholera and many people died. civil rights L?ëfî]ä=Dê~fíëL burgerrechten les droits civils He said the police had ignored his civil rights. coconut LDâ]râ]å¾íL kokos la noix de coco Mum put some coconut in the cake mix. coin (toss a -) LâlfåL munt (kop of munt gooien) jouer à pile ou face We tossed a coin to decide who would do the washing up. comedy LDâflã]ÇáL komedie la comédie All my favourite films are comedies. completely Lâ]ãDéäáWíäáL geheel complètement She set out to invent a completely new language. complicated LDâflãéäfâÉfí]ÇL ingewikkeld compliqué These instructions are too complicated. convinced Lâ]åDîfåëíL overtuigd convaincu I became convinced that Mara was lying to me. costume LDâflëíàrãL kostuum le costume At the fancy dress party everyone had to wear Star Trek costumes. coward LDâ~r]ÇL lafaard le lâche They called me a coward because I wouldn't fight. crime Lâê~fãL misdaad le crime My wife loves reading American crime novels. deputy LDÇÉéà]íáL plaatsvervangend l'adjoint, -e She applied for the job of deputy head teacher. detective LÇfDíÉâífîL detective le détective I prefer British detective stories to US ones. dialogue LDÇ~f]äflÖL dialoog la dialogue The author was terrible at description but great at dialogue. disaster LÇfDò^Wëí]L ramp la catastrophe The film was about an air disaster and nearly put me off flying. eccentric LfâDëÉåíêfâL excentriek excentrique My uncle is quite an eccentric. educational L?ÉÇàrDâÉfp]å]äL educatief éducatif Her parents only bought educational games, she never had any fun. emergency service LfDã WÇw]åëá=?ë WîfëL noodhulpdienst les services de secours All the emergency services claimed they had too few staff. exciting LfâDë~fífÏL spannend amusant It was a pretty exciting game. extremist LfâDëíêáWãfëíL extremist un, une extrémiste The bomb was planted by a white extremist group. fall for sb LDÑlWä=Ñ]I=ÑlWL voor iemand vallen être séduit, -e par quelqu'un Ruby fell for Jack as soon as she saw him. fantastic LÑôåDíôëífâL fantastisch fantastique The book is full of fantastic stories about dragons. fantasy LDÑôåí]ëáL fantasie le merveilleux Lord of the Rings is a fantasy story set in Middle Earth. fantasy LDÑôåí]ëáL fantasieverhalen l'imaginaire Several famous fantasy authors will be at the bookshop this afternoon. fascinating LDÑôë]åÉfífÏL fascinerend fascinant, passionnant He told us fascinating stories about his adventures in Borneo. fisherman LDÑfp]ã]åL visser le pêcheur The fisherman felt a tug on his line and began pulling it in. funny LDѾåáL grappig drôle It was one of the funniest stories I've ever heard. gang LÖôÏL bende la bande He was beaten up by a gang of youths. get away LÖÉí=]DïÉfL ontsnappen s'en aller We get away from the city for short breaks as often as possible,. get out of LÖÉí=D~rí=]îI=flîL zich terugtrekken uit sortir de He tried to get out of the agreement but it was all down in writing. ghost LÖ]rëíL geest, spook le fantôme I don't believe in ghosts but I like listening to ghost stories. go out with sb LÖ]r=D~rí=ïfa=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL met iemand uitgaan sortir avec quelqu'un I'd like to go out with Daisy but she only likes Dan. goodbye LÖrÇDÄ~fL tot ziens au revoir! Goodbye Chris! See you Monday. grave LÖêÉfîL graf la tombe Joan put some flowers on her father's grave. heads (coin) LÜÉÇòL kop (van munt) face I called "tails" but the coin came down "heads". heavily LDÜÉî]äáL hard fort (lourdement) It was still raining heavily. hilarious LÜfDäÉ]êá]ëL heel grappig hilarant The comedians were hilarious and we couldn't stop laughing. historical LÜfDëíflêfâ]äL historisch historique The film is based on a historical event. horror LDÜflê]L horror, griezel- l'horreur He is famous for writing horror stories and film scripts. imaginative LfDãôÇw]å]ífîL fantasievol imaginatif It was an imaginative story about a world where there were no men. incredibly LfåDâêÉÇ]ÄäáL ongelooflijk incroyablement The children were incredibly excited about visiting Disney World. interesting LDfåíê]ëífÏL interessant intéressant A good teacher can make any subject interesting. jeweller LDÇwìW]ä]L juwelier le joaillier The jeweller fixed my watch. laboratory Lä]DÄflê]íêáL laboratorium le laboratoire They carried out the experiment in the laboratory. legend LDäÉÇw]åÇL legende la légende She's written a book about Greek legends. look at LDärâ=]íI=ôíL kijken naar regarder Look at that beautiful painting! love Lä¾îL houden van aimer Gran loves telling stories. mad LãôÇL gek fou Anna's mad about Steve and wants to marry him. 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6 microscope LDã~fâê]ëâ]réL microscoop le microscope I examined the virus under a microscope. music LDãàìWòfâL muziek la musique Do you like this music? musica LDãàìWòfâ]äL musical la comédie musicale Mum's gone to see a musical at the cinema. mutter LDã¾í]L mompelen murmurer, marmonner "Leave me alone," Jay muttered. outlaw LD~ríälWL verbieden rendre illégal The new rules will outlaw abortion. outstanding L~ríDëíôåÇfÏL uitmuntend excellent Eddie got outstanding results in his exams. part (=role) Lé^WíL rol le rôle Who played the part of Mozart in the film? photography LÑ]DíflÖê]ÑáL fotografie la photographie He developed an interest in photography. plot LéäflíL intrige l'intrigue I found it difficult to follow the plot of the story. quite Lâï~fíL tamelijk assez, plutôt It can be quite cold at night. rather LDê^Wa]L nogal assez, plutôt I think you're being rather unfair. rob LêflÄL beroven dévaliser They decided to rob a bank. romantic Lê]rDãôåífâI=ê]-L romantisch romantique Barbara Cartland was famous for writing lots of romantic books. scary LDëâÉ]êáL eng effrayant It's a really scary movie. scene LëáWåL scène, tafereel la scène I loved the scene where the children arrived home. science fiction L?ë~f]åë=DÑfâp]åL sciencefiction la science-fiction When I read science fiction books I can escape everyday life. see sth in sb LDëáW=?ë¾ãqfÏ=få=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iets in iemand zien trouver quelque-chose à qqn I could see she had the makings of a first class chef in her. sheriff LDpÉê]ÑL sheriff le shérif The sheriff arrested the cowboy and put him in jail. shoot LpìWíL schieten descendre, tirer sur He shot the man in the back. situation L?ëfípìDÉfp]åL situatie la situation We are in a very difficult situation. slide Lëä~fÇL glasplaatje le porte-objet He examined the blood on the slide through the microscope. slippers LDëäfé]òL pantoffels les pantoufles I think I'll buy my Gran some slippers for her birthday. special effect L?ëéÉp]ä=fDÑÉâíL speciaal effect les effets spéciaux This science-fiction film has some fantastic special effects. spy Lëé~fL spioneren l'espion He wrote the best spy stories ever written. steal LëíáWäL stelen voler, dérober Someone stole $5 from her pocket. storyline LDëílWêáä~fåL verhaallijn le scénario The film has a strong storyline. tails (coin) LíÉfäòL munt (bij kop of munt gooien) pile The captain called "tails" and when he won he decided to bat first. test tube LDíÉëí=íàìWÄL reageerbuis l'éprouvette We put the liquid into a test tube and heated it to 100 degrees Centigrade. thriller LDqêfä]L thriller le thriller I always buy a thriller to read on the plane. top hat L?íflé=DÜôíL hoge hoed le chapeau haut-de-forme The bridegroom wore a top hat and a bow tie. toss (- a coin) LíflëL opgooien (munt) jouer à pile ou face They tossed a coin and the winner got to keep the prize. totally LDí]ríä-áL geheel entièrement The town was totally destroyed by the bombing. travel LDíêôî]äL reizen voyager This publisher specialises in travel books. triplet LDíêféä]íL drieling les triplés Di gave birth to triplets last year. use LàìWòL gebruiken utiliser Can I use your phone? used to LDàìWëí=í]L gewend zijn om indique une action habituelle dans le passé He used to go to our school but he left last year. variety show Lî]Dê~f]íá=p]rL variété spectacle de variétés Lots of different celebrities appeared in the variety show. victim LDîfâí]ãL slachtoffer la victime The victims of the bomb attack were taken to hospital. wanted LDïflåífÇL gezocht recherché He is a wanted criminal. war LïlWL oorlog la guerre He was a prisoner during the Vietnam War. wave LïÉfîL zwaaien faire signe (au revoir)de la main We waved goodbye to Dad. western LDïÉëí]åL western western He's always watching westerns he's mad about cowboys. whenever LïÉåDÉî]L telkens wanneer n'importe quand, chaque fois que This picture will remind me of you whenever I look at it. Module 3 accident LDôâë]Ç]åíL ongeluk l'accident What would you do if I had an accident? accommodation L]?âflã]DÇÉfp]åL accommodatie le logement I need to find some cheap accommodation. addition L]DÇfp]åL aanvulling l'addition He's studying German, in addition to French and Spanish. after-sun cream L?^WÑí]=Dë¾å=âêáWãL aftersun crème après-soleil After sunbathing, she applied some after-sun cream. air pollution LDÉ]=é]?äìWp]åL luchtvervuiling la pollution de l'air There's a lot of air pollution from traffic fumes. aisle L~fäL gangpad le couloir Please do not block the aisle with your bags. baggage LDÄôÖfÇwL bagage les bagages The porter will help you with your baggage. balloon LÄ]DäìWåL ballon la ballon The hot-air balloon landed gently on the ground. ballooning LÄ]DäìWåfÏL ballonvaren faire du ballon, de la mongolfière Richard loved ballooning and wanted to travel round the world. block LÄäflâL blok le pâté de maisons She lives two blocks away. boarding card LDÄlWÇfÏ=â^WÇL instapkaart la carte d'embarquement He couldn't get on the plane because he'd lost his boarding card. Page 6 of 27

7 brutal LDÄêìWí]äL streng brutal It was a brutal winter and many old people died. buy LÄ~fL kopen acheter I wouldn't buy my computer from a shop in the high street. calculate LDâôäâà]äÉfíL berekenen calculer Calculate what the cost will be in pounds and pence. carriage LDâôêfÇwL rijtuig la voiture (de train) I prefer sitting in the first carriage of the train. check in L?ípÉâ=DfåL inchecken s'enregistrer When I arrived at the hotel, I checked in at the reception desk. check-in LDípÉâ=fåL incheckbalie l'enregistrement At the check-in they confirmed that I had a window seat. claustrophobia L?âälWëíê]DÑ]rÄá]L claustrofobie la claustrophobie People who suffer from claustrophobia hate going into caves. claustrophobic L?âälWëíê]DÑ]rÄfâL claustrofobisch claustrophobe It was such a tiny room, I began to feel claustrophobic. cold Lâ]räÇL verkoudheid le rhume I had a bad cold and had to stay off school. common LDâflã]åL gewoon (in common: gemeenschappelijk) commun They liked each other, but found they had nothing in common. commuter Lâ]DãàìWí]L forens le navetteur, -euse The train was packed with commuters going to work. comply with Lâ]ãDéä~f=ïfaI=ïfqL zich houden aan se conformer à The headmaster said we had to comply with the school rules. consider Lâ]åDëfÇ]L overwegen considérer The price is so high it's not even worth considering. convinced Lâ]åDîfåëíL overtuigd convaincu I became convinced that Maria was lying to me. couple LDâ¾é]äL paar a couple of : deux We bought a couple of oranges at the market stall. customs LDâ¾ëí]ãòL douane la douane All baggage must go through customs. cyclist LDë~fâäfëíL fietser le cycliste This part of the road is for cyclists only. desperate LDÇÉëé]ê]íL wanhopig (op zoek naar) to be desperate for : chercher désespérément Many homeless families are desperate for a place to live. drag LÇêôÖL slepen tirer, traîner He dragged the bags over to the bus. drive LÇê~fîL autorijden conduire (un véhicule) I learned to drive when I was seventeen. emergency exit Lf?ã WÇw]åëá=DÉÖòfíI=DÉâëfíL nooduitgang sortie de secours When the fire broke out, everyone ran to the emergency exit. exactly LfÖDòôâíäáL precies exactement I know exactly what is going to happen. extortionate LfâDëílWp]å]íL buitensporig hoog exorbitant Many local taxi drivers charge extortionate rates. ferry LDÑÉêáL veerboot la malle We went across to France on the ferry. fine LÑ~fåL prima très bien "Let's meet at seven." Okay, that's fine." flight LÑä~fíL vlucht le vol (d'avion) She booked a flight to New York. flight attendant LDÑä~fí=]?íÉåÇ]åíL steward(ess) hôtesse de l'air, steward She wants to be a flight attendant but suffers from air sickness! food tray LDÑìWÇ=íêÉfL blad met eten le plateau-repas The flight attendants came round to collect the food trays. gate LÖÉfíL gate la sortie Our flight leaves from Gate 13. go (- by train, bus, etc) LÖ]rL gaan (met de trein, bus etc.) aller (en train, en bus, etc.) We went to the party by car. go (- in a lorry, car, etc) LÖ]rL gaan (met een vrachtwagen, auto etc.) aller (en camion, en voiture, etc.) Some went on the bus and the rest went in Dave's car. go (- on foot) LÖ]rL gaan (te voet) aller (à pied) The others went on foot as there was no room left on the bus. hand (on the one -) LÜôåÇL kant (aan de ene -) d'une part One the one hand he annoys me but on the other hand I do like him. hand (on the other -) LÜôåÇL kant (aan de andere -) d'autre part On the other hand, maybe I will go after all. have (- nothing in common) LÜ]îI=ÜôîL hebben (niets gemeen -) avoir (n'avoir rien en commun) I have nothing in common with my uncle, so I never visit him. have (- time to) LÜ]îI=ÜôîL hebben (tijd - om) avoir (le temps de) Do you have time to meet me for lunch? have (would not have it) LÜ]îI=ÜôîL hebben (dat wil ik niet hebben) ne pas supporter You're making too much noise! I won't have it! headache LDÜÉÇÉfâL hoofdpijn le mal de tête I've got a terrible headache. helicopter LDÜÉäfâfléí]L helikopter l'hélicoptère The police helicopter flew overhead. highlight LDÜ~fä~fíL de nadruk leggen op mettre en évidence In his speech, the President highlighted the issue of crime. honeymoon LDܾåáãìWåL huwelijksreis la lune de miel We're going to Greece for our honeymoon. however LÜ~rDÉî]L echter pourtant She's a bright student. However, she does need to work harder. information desk L?fåÑ]DãÉfp]å=ÇÉëâL informatiebalie le bureau d'informations The man at the information desk told us which direction to take. invader LfåDîÉfÇ]L indringer l'envahisseur The book describes how invaders from space landed on Earth. journey LDÇw WåáL reis le trajet How long does your journey to school take? knowledge LDåfläfÇwL kennis la connaissance To become a taxi driver he first had to pass the knowledge. lack of LDäôâ=]îI=flîL gebrek aan le manque de There was a general lack of interest in the lesson. leap (- into clothes) LäáWéL schieten (in je kleren -) sauter (dans ses vêtements) I leapt into my pyjamas and pulled the blankets over my head. life jacket LDä~fÑ=?ÇwôâfíL reddingsvest le gilet de sauvetage Everyone on board the boat had to wear a life jacket. locker LDäflâ]L bagageruimte le coffre I put my hand luggage in the overhead locker. loop LäìWéL lus la boucle Join the loop of the "g" to the top of the "a". lorry LDäflêáL vrachtwagen le camion The lorry was carrying a load of wood. lorry driver LDäflêá=?Çê~fî]L vrachtwagenchauffeur le chauffeur de camion The lorry driver fell asleep at the wheel. luggage LDä¾ÖfÇwL bagage les bagages You must not bring more than one item of luggage. motorcyclist LDã]rí]?ë~fâäfëíL motorrijder le motocycliste All the motorcyclists were dressed in leather jackets and trousers. 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8 motorist LDã]rí]êfëíL automobilist l'automobiliste The motorist was speeding down the motorway. mugging LDã¾ÖfÏL beroving l'agression Crime is on the increase, especially muggings and burglary. narrow LDåôê]rL smal étroit The old narrow roads had obviously not been built to take much traffic. outback LD~ríÄôâL binnenland l'intérieur du pays (en Australie) My penfriend in Australia lives in the outback. overcrowding L?]rî]Dâê~rÇfÏL overbevolking la surpopulation There is a lot of overcrowding in cities. overhead LD]rî]ÜÉÇI=?]rî]DÜÉÇL boven je hoofd ici: toit, auvent The work bench is fitted with an overhead shelf. oversleep L?]rî]DëäáWéL zich verslapen ne pas se réveiller à temps Matt overslept this morning and missed the bus. passenger LDéôëfåÇw]L passagier le passager, la passagère The boat sank, but all the passengers and crew were rescued. passport control LDé^WëélWí=â]å?íê]räL paspoortcontrole le contrôle des passeports It took us ages to get through passport control. pedestrian Lé]DÇÉëíêá]åL voetganger le piéton, la piétonne He almost knocked down a pedestrian. pedestrian crossing Lé]?ÇÉëíêá]å=DâêflëfÏL voetgangersoversteekplaats le passage pour piétons The car stopped at the pedestrian crossing. pick one s way through L?éfâ=ï¾åò=ïÉf=DqêìWL zijn weg zoeken door avancer avec précaution parmi Carefully, she picked her way through all the broken glass. pilot LDé~fä]íL piloot le pilote The pilot landed the plane safely on the runway. planetarium L?éäôå]DíÉ]êá]ãL planetarium le planétarium There was a long queue outside the planetarium. platform LDéäôíÑlWãL perron le quai The train for Brighton leaves from Platform 4. presentation L?éêÉò]åDíÉfp]åL presentatie la présentation I gave a presentation to the class about my history project. queue LâàìWL rij la file I joined the back of the queue. reservation L?êÉò]DîÉfp]åL reservering la réservation I'd like to make a reservation for dinner tonight. roadwork LDê]rÇï WâL wegwerkzaamheid les travaux (sur la route) All the cars slowed down because of the roadworks. rucksack LDê¾âëôâL rugzak le sac à dos She set off with her rucksack on her back. seat LëáWíL zitplaats le siège, la place I couldn't get a seat on the bus this morning. seat belt LDëáWí=ÄÉäíL veiligheidsgordel la ceinture de sécurité Everyone had to fasten their seat belts before the plane landed. ship LpféL schip le navire I was terrified that the ship might sink. show up L?p]r=D¾éL komen opdagen se montrer The fans waited for hours but the rock star didn't show up. sit back L?ëfí=DÄôâL achterover leunen s'asseoir en arrière The dentist asked me to sit back, open my mouth and relax. slush Lëä¾pL smeltende sneeuw la neige fondue Children were sliding around in the snow and slush. sore throat L?ëlW=Dqê]ríL zere keel le mal de gorge I bought some medicine to help my sore throat. strict LëíêfâíL streng strict We have a strict policy of not allowing long hair at this school. sum up L?ë¾ã=D¾éL samenvatten résumer To sum up, to keep fit you need to take exercise. sunburn LDë¾åÄ WåL zonnebrand le coup de soleil He got very bad sunburn from lying in the sun all day. tablet LDíôÄä]íL tablet la pilule, le comprimé She took two sleeping tablets. take-off LDíÉfâ=flÑL opstijgen le décollage Before take-off everyone on the plane had to fasten their seatbelts. terrified LDíÉê]Ñ~fÇL doodsbang terrifié I'm absolutely terrified of spiders. ticket collector LDífâ]í=â]?äÉâí]L kaartjescontroleur le contrôleur At the station, I handed my ticket to the ticket collector. time Lí~fãL tijd le temps I wish we'd had time to see all the family before we left. traffic jam LDíêôÑfâ=ÇwôãL verkeersopstopping, file l'embouteillage, le bouchon We got stuck in a traffic jam. travel LDíêôî]äL reizen voyager It's quicker if you travel by train. trip LíêféL reisje le voyage, l'excursion We went out for a day trip to the seaside. trolley LDíêfläáL karretje le caddie Dad put our luggage on the trolley and then went to the check-in. tube station LDíàìWÄ=?ëíÉfp]åL metrostation la station de métro We went to the tube station and caught a tube to Hyde Park. underground LD¾åÇ]Öê~råÇL metro le métro I travel to school on the underground. upset L?¾éDëÉíL van streek dérangé She has an upset stomach and feels like being sick. van LîôåL bestelauto la camionnette When the removal van was full, it set off for our new house. well (as as) LïÉäL evenals aussi bien que, de même que I bought a jacket as well as a coat. worth Lï WqL waard qui vaut (la peine de) I think the house is a bargain and well worth considering. yacht LàflíL zeiljacht le yacht We bought the yacht although it needed new sails. Module 4 addict LDôÇfâíL verslaafde un accroc de I think my brother's becoming an internet addict. aid LÉfÇL hulp l'aide We are sending aid to the victims of the war. all-weather LDlWä=ïÉa]L voor alle weersomstandigheden toutes saisons I've bought an all-weather jacket for when we go sailing. barmy LDÄ^WãáL stapelgek timbré, dingue "That's a crazy idea. People will think we've gone barmy!" bug sb LDľÖ=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand dwarszitten casser les pieds It really bugs me that I'm expected to clean up but my brother isn't! bury LDÄÉêáL begraven enterrer We buried my brother in a small country churchyard. car-wash LDâ^W=ïflpL autowasserette le carwash This car is really dirty! I'll take it to the car-wash. casualty LDâôwì]äíáL slachtoffer la victime (d'un accident, d'une catastrophe) There were 20 casualties following an accident on the motorway. Page 8 of 27

9 celebrate LDëÉä]ÄêÉfíL vieren faire la fête The team celebrated by opening some bottles of champagne. celebrity Lë]DäÉÄê]íáL beroemdheid la célébrité (personne) There were lots of TV celebrities at the party. chat room LDípôí=êìWãI=êrãL chatroom l'espace de discussion I don't like using Internet chat rooms as I can't see who I'm chatting to. chat show LDípôí=p]rL praatprogramma le talk show Brosnan appeared as a guest on her chat show. columnist LDâflä]ãåfëíL columnist le chroniqueur, la chroniqueuse She's a famous columnist and writes about the royal family. consecutive Lâ]åDëÉâà]ífîL achtereenvolgend consécutif He was late for school on three consecutive days. contract LDâflåíêôâíL contract le contrat She's just signed a contract with a record company. corner shop LDâlWå]=pfléL hoekwinkel le magasin du coin The corner shop at the end of the street stays open till ten o'clock. couch potato LDâ~ríp=é]?íÉfí]rL tv-junkie litt: "la patate de divan", qqn qui regarde tout le t My brother's a couch potato every night he just sits there watching TV. current affairs L?â¾ê]åí=]DÑÉ]òL actualiteiten l'actualité It was a currents affairs programme about homeless people. despite LÇfDëé~fíL ondanks malgré He struggled on despite the pain. devious LDÇáWîá]ëL sluw tortueux, sournois She had a devious scheme for making money. documentary L?Çflâà]DãÉåí]êáL documentaire le documentaire We watched a documentary about dinosaurs. dry cleaner s L?Çê~f=DâäáWå]òL stomerij le nettoyage à sec I spilt some wine on my white suit so I took it to the dry cleaner's. earthquake LD WqâïÉfâL aardbeving le tremblement de terre 200 people were killed in the earthquake. episode LDÉé]ë]rÇL aflevering l'épisode There's another episode of "Star Trek" on tonight. evacuate LfDîôâàìÉfíL evacueren évacuer The police evacuated us after they received a bomb warning. evacuation Lf?îôâàìDÉfp]åL evacuatie l'évacuation He helped in the evacuation of children from the area of the fighting. extract from LDÉâëíêôâí=Ñê]ãI=ÑêflãL fragment uit l'extrait I've only seen a short extract from the film. fame LÑÉfãL roem la gloire Appearing in a television series brought him instant fame. fan (=supporter) LÑôåL fan, supporter le fan, le supporter Thousands of football fans filled the stadium. flat tyre LÑäôí=Dí~f]L lekke band le pneu plat The car ran over some glass and got a flat tyre. game show LDÖÉfã=p]rL spelshow le jeu télévisé All the money they won on the game show went to charity. glam but glum L?Öäôã=Ä]í=DÖä¾ãL chic maar sip glam : glamour; glum : triste All the rich diners looked glam but glum when told there was no food left. hacker LDÜôâ]L hacker la hacker, le pirate informatique The hacker managed to get into the bank's computer system. hampered LDÜôãé]ÇL bemoeilijkt gêné The search for the men was hampered by bad weather. homeless LDÜ]rãä]ëL dakloos sans abri Every large city has homeless people sleeping on the streets. hound sb LDÜ~råÇ=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand achtervolgen poursuivre, harceler The photographers hounded the princess everywhere she went. hysteria LÜfDëíf]êá]L hysterie l'hystérie The explosion provoked mass hysteria. ice rink LD~fë=êfÏâL ijsbaan la patinoire We went skating at the ice rink every Sunday. innocent of LDfå]ë]åí=]îI=flîL onschuldig aan innocent de He was innocent of any crime so the police let him go. Internet LDfåí]åÉíL internet l'internet You can find all the latest information on the Internet. ironmonger s LD~f]å?ã¾ÏÖ]òL ijzerhandel le ferrailleur Dad used to buy his tools from the ironmonger's but it shut down. jeweller s LDÇwìW]ä]òL juwelier la bijouterie Toni went to the jeweller's to buy a watch. journalist LDÇw Wå]ä-fëíL journalist le, la journaliste There's a journalist on the phone he wants to interview you. manicurist LDãôåfâàr]êfëíL manicure le, la manucure The manicurist shaped and polished my nails. mass LãôëL massa- de masse The royal wedding was covered by the mass media. monitor LDãflåfí]L monitor, leraarshulpje le moniteur, la monitrice Ellie has been made a school monitor. musician LãàìWDòfp]åL musicus le musicien Jack's a jazz musician, he plays the trumpet. news LåàìWòL nieuws les informations I listened to the news, hoping to hear the football results. newsagent LDåàìWò?ÉfÇw]åíL krantenkiosk le marchand de journaux There's a newsagent's at the end of our street. newsreader LDåàìWò?êáWÇ]L nieuwslezer le présentateur, la -trice du journal télévisé I prefer the newsreader on the 7 o'clock evening news. offender L]DÑÉåÇ]L overtreder, misdadiger le délinquant, -te In Feltham there is a prison for young offenders. oppose L]Dé]ròL tegen zijn s'opposer à Many people oppose the plan to build more houses in the area. optician LfléDífp]åL opticien l'opticien, -ne Go and see an optician if you're having trouble reading. optimistic L?fléí]DãfëífâL optimistisch optimiste She was optimistic about her chances of passing the exam. order LDlWÇ]L opdracht (in order to: om) in order to : afin de I went into town in order to buy her a present. paparazzi L?éôé]DêôíëáL paparazzi le paparazzi The paparazzi rushed towards the film stars, cameras clicking. partnership LDé^Wíå]pféL samenwerking le partenariat Their partnership ended last year when the business closed. pierce Léf]ëL gaatjes prikken in percer After they pierce your ears they give you some earrings to wear until they heal. plumber LDéä¾ã]L loodgieter le plombier When the toilet was blocked, Mum rang for a plumber. popular LDéfléà]ä]L populair apprécié, aimé He's one of the most popular boys in the school. popularity L?éfléà]Däôê]íáL populariteit la popularité Skiing has increased in popularity. presenter LéêfDòÉåí]L presentator le présentateur, la -trice He's a TV presenter on BBC 2's Newsnight. press (the -) LéêÉëL de pers la presse He hadn't even been arrested but the press declared him guilty. 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10 publicity Lé]DÄäfë]íáL publiciteit la couverture médiatique Murder trials always get a lot of publicity. publish LDé¾ÄäfpL uitgeven publier This company publishes a lot of children's books. reality show LêáDôä]íá=p]rL realityshow l'émission de télé réalité "Big Brother" is an interesting TV reality show. register LDêÉÇwfëí]L aanwijzen afficher A gentle breeze registers 3 on the Beaufort scale. reject sth for sth LêfDÇwÉâí=?ë¾ãqfÏ=Ñ]=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets afwijzen om rejeter, refuser qqch. pour autre-chose She rejected his marriage proposal for the chance to live in Canada. Richter scale LDêfâí]=ëâÉfäL schaal van Richter l'échelle de Richter The earthquake measured 7.4 on the Richter scale. risk LêfëâL risico le risque Looking after sick people is a serious health risk. rubbish (=nonsense) LDê¾ÄfpL onzin des bêtises, des âneries He knows nothing about the subject and talks utter rubbish. service LDë WîfëL een onderhoudsbeurt geven faire l'entretien The mechanic serviced the car. single (pop music) LDëfÏÖ]äL single (popmuziek) un single The group's single went straight to the top of the hit parade. slowdown LDëä]rÇ~råL achteruitgang le ralentissement After the hurricane, there was a slowdown in the tourist trade. snake-eye camera L?ëåÉfâ=~f=Dâôã]ê]L snake eye camera caméra téléscopique Using his snake-eye camera he could see round corners. soap opera LDë]ré=?flé]ê]L soap le soap (feuilleton) She starred in a daytime soap opera on TV. sparkle LDëé^Wâ]äL glans l'étincelle She looks so sad, I wish I could put the sparkle back in her eyes. star (=celebrity) Lëí^WL ster (beroemdheid) la star The actor was a star of the theatre and cinema. stress LëíêÉëL stress le stress I don't cope well with stress. suitable for LDëìWí]Ä]ä=Ñ]I=DëàìW-L geschikt voor qui convient à The jigsaw wasn't suitable for children under three. surf Lë WÑL surfen surfer We surfed every day when we were in Australia. synthetic LëfåDqÉífâL synthetisch synthétique This factory makes clothes using synthetic fabrics. tailor LDíÉfä]L kleermaker la tailleur, la tailleuse The tailor measured me for a new suit. text message LDíÉâëí=?ãÉëfÇwL sms'je le sms My brother's an expert at sending text messages from his mobile. top-up card LDíflé=¾é=?â^WÇL top-up card (beltegoedkaart) carte payante (por gsm) I paid to make more calls on my mobile phone by adding to my top-up card. tournament LDír]å]ã]åíL toernooi le tournoi Wimbledon is a famous tennis tournament. treadmill LDíêÉÇãfäL tredmolen, sleur la routine She wondered how she could escape the treadmill of housework. turn against sb L?í Wå=]DÖÉåëí=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáI=]DÖÉfåëíL zich tegen iemand keren devenir hostile enver qqn. When Liam refused to help her, she turned against him. turn over to L?í Wå=D]rî]=í]I=írL overschakelen naar changer (de chaîne) The film was boring so he turned over to another channel. turn sth on L?í Wå=ë¾ãqfÏ=DflåL iets aanzetten allumer As soon as she walked in she turned on the TV. turn up L?í Wå=D¾éL iets harder zetten augmenter le volume She couldn't hear properly so she turned up the sound. tyre Lí~f]L band le pneu I had a flat tyre on the way home. update LD¾éÇÉfíL update l'update, la nouvelle version I've just downloaded an update for my ipod. website LDïÉÄë~fíL website le site web Visit our website at Module 5 affective L]DÑÉâífîL gevoelig sentimental, émouvant There was a very affective advert for Childline on TV last night. aftershave LD^WÑí]?pÉfîL aftershave l'after-shave Are you wearing aftershave? against L]DÖÉåëíI=]DÖÉfåëíL tegen contre Philip was against the idea of selling the house. amusing (advert) L]DãàìWòfÏL amusant amusant It was an amusing advert aimed specifically at children. art form LD^Wí=ÑlWãL vorm van kunst une forme d'art Some people think that photography has developed into an art form. attractive L]DíêôâífîL aantrekkelijk attirant, joli His new girlfriend is very attractive. awful LDlWÑ]äL afschuwelijk horrible I think the adverts for Pot Noodle are absolutely awful! backbone LDÄôâÄ]råL ruggengraat la colonne vertébrale The Pennines are the backbone of England. bad LÄôÇL slecht mauvais Eating too much sugar is bad for you. be taken in LÄá=?íÉfâ]å=DfåL zich laten inpakken se faire avoir She was easily taken in by the salesman's clever talk. billboard LDÄfäÄlWÇL reclamebord le panneau d'affichage She was amazed to see her face on a huge billboard advertising shampoo. blues LÄäìWòL blues le blues New Orleans is the birthplace of the blues. body building LDÄflÇá=?ÄfäÇfÏL bodybuilden le body-building Body building gives you huge muscles that some people find attractive. book LÄrâL boeken réserver Have you booked a holiday this year? boring LDÄlWêfÏL saai ennuyant The programme was so boring she fell asleep. breath LÄêÉqL adem le souffle Her honesty was a breath of fresh air after all his lies. brilliant LDÄêfäà]åíL fantastisch génial I've just seen a brilliant advert for mashed potatoes. cake LâÉfâL cake (piece of cake: fluitje van een cent) le gâteau This machine looks complicated, but it's actually a piece of cake to use! capture LDâôéíp]L vastleggen immortaliser She smiled at me and I wanted to capture the moment for ever. chance Líp^WåëL kans la chance There's only a slight chance of rain. charger LDíp^WÇw]L oplader le chargeur He connected the flat battery to the charger. clever LDâäÉî]L slim intelligent Paul is good-looking, clever and charming. colourful LDâ¾ä]Ñ]äL kleurrijk coloré They have a garden full of colourful flowers. 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11 compact Lâ]ãDéôâíI=DâflãéôâíL gedrongen compact He was strong and had a compact shape, ideal for gymnastics. complain Lâ]ãDéäÉfåL klagen se plaindre The children all complained about the food. conquest LDâflÏâïÉëíL verovering la conquête The play is about the Spanish conquest of Central America. consist of Lâ]åDëfëí=]îI=flîL bestaan uit être constitué de The class consists of children from various countries. country music LDâ¾åíêá=?ãàìWòfâL countrymuziek la musique country I've got tickets for a country music concert tomorrow. cool (=good) LâìWäL cool (flitsend) cool He thinks he's really cool, wearing that stupid hat! cool (=temperature) LâìWäL koel (temperatuur) frais It was hot in the day, but pleasantly cool at night. debut LDÇÉfÄàìWL debuut les débuts Lee made his debut in the TV film, 'Kung Fu'. delicious LÇfDäfp]ëL heerlijk délicieux This soup is delicious! disabled LÇfëDÉfÄ]äÇL gehandicapt handicapé There's a lift for disabled people. distinctive LÇfDëífÏâífîL karakteristiek personnel, original She has a distinctive style of writing. download LDÇ~råä]rÇL downloaden télécharger I downloaded the anti-virus update from the Internet this morning. dragon LDÇêôÖ]åL draak le dragon The egg opened and out stepped a tiny, fire-breathing dragon. dreamy LDÇêáWãáL dromerig rêveur The song brought back memories and a dreamy smile lit up her face. dull LǾäL saai peu intéressant The book was great, but the movie is dull. durable LDÇàr]ê]Ä]äL duurzaam solide Plastic is a durable material. edge LÉÇwL rand (have an edge on: in het voordeel zijn) l'avantage, l'avance Colin has the edge over Darren when it comes to dancing. emigrate from...to LDÉãfÖêÉfí=Ñê]ã=K=K=K=í]I=írL emigreren van.. naar émigrer de vers We emigrated from England to Spain because of the weather. enough LfDå¾ÑL genoeg assez The water wasn't hot enough for a bath. exaggeration LfÖ?òôÇw]DêÉfp]åL overdrijving l'exagération It would be an exaggeration to call it a disaster. exclusive LfâDëâäìWëfîL exclusief exclusif She got an exclusive interview with Nelson Mandela. fantastic LÑôåDíôëífâL fantastisch excellent It's fantastic value at only fade LÑÉfÇL verbleken déteindre The curtains have faded to a pale green. favour LDÑÉfî]L gunst (in favour of: vóór) la faveur I'm not in favour of you being out late at night. five-star LDÑ~fî=ëí^WL vijfsterren- cinq étoiles It was a five-star hotel in the guide, so we booked for a week. flat screen L?Ñäôí=DëâêáWåL flatscreen l'écran plat Jess bought a TV with a flat screen because it took up less space. flowchart LDÑä]r-íp^WíL stroomdiagram le diagramme, l'organigramme The flowchart clearly showed the management structure. forecast LDÑlWâ^WëíL voorspelling les prévisions Have you heard the weather forecast? funny LDѾåáL gek drôle What was that funny noise? guaranteed L?Öôê]åDíáWÇL gegarandeerd garanti You'll earn a guaranteed 30,000, and possibly more. go up to sb LÖ]r=D¾é=í]=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL op iemand af stappen s'approcher de qqn She went up to the boy and slapped his face. golden eagle L?Ö]räÇ]å=DáWÖ]äL steenarend l'aigle royal The golden eagle swooped down and caught the rabbit in its claws. greeting LDÖêáWífÏL begroeting les salutations The two men exchanged greetings. hard LÜ^WÇL hard dur I tried really hard to win, but I only came second. helmet LDÜÉäã]íL helm le casque You have to wear a helmet when you ride a motorbike. help out with sth L?ÜÉäé=D~rí=ïfa=?ë¾ãqfÏL helpen met iets donner un coup de main I promised to help out with the children's party. high LÜ~fL hoog haut, grand This suit is made of very high quality cloth. honey LDܾåáL honing le miel The jazz singer's voice was as smooth as honey. horse LÜlWëL paard le cheval He eats like a horse but never puts on any weight. imperial eagle Lfã?éf]êá]ä=DáWÖ]äL keizersarend l'aigle impérial The imperial eagle was a symbol of Rome. instructor LfåDëíê¾âí]L instructeur l'instructeur, -trice My driving instructor told me I was ready to take my driving test. intensive course Lfå?íÉåëfî=DâlWëL intensieve cursus le cours intensif Mum had a one-week intensive course in swimming. introductory L?fåíê]DǾâí]êáL kennismakings- d'introduction, de lancement There was an introductory offer of a free meal for two. intuition L?fåíàìDfp]åL intuïtie l'intuition My intuition told me not to trust him. invader LfåDîÉfÇ]L indringers l'envahisseur Invaders destroyed the town. irresistible L?fê]Dòfëí]Ä]äL onweerstaanbaar irrésistible The chocolate cake was irresistible. jazz LÇwôòL jazz le jazz We went to the jazz festival in Newport. keyboard LDâáWÄlWÇL toetsenbord, keyboard le clavier She spilled tea all over the computer keyboard. last Lä^WëíL duren durer The hot weather lasted for two weeks. league LäáWÖL bond, divisie, klassement le classement They need to improve their position in the league. leek LäáWâL prei le poireau The leek is the national symbol of Wales. legendary LDäÉÇw]åÇ]êáL legendarisch légendaire And now, the legendary singer, Frank Sinatra! lonely hearts L?ä]råäá=DÜ^WíëL eenzame zielen les célibataires He put an advert in the lonely hearts column of the newspaper. lost and found L?äflëí=]å=DÑ~råÇL verloren voorwerpen objets trouvés/perdus We wrote a description of the dog and put it in the Lost and Found. manipulate Lã]DåféàräÉfíL manipuleren manipuler He is willing to manipulate his friends if it will help his career. 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12 metallic Lã]DíôäfâL metallic métallique There's a scratch in the metallic paint on my car. middle-aged L?ãfÇä=DÉfÇwÇL van middelbare leeftijd d'âge moyen The couple looked middle-aged but were dressed like teenagers. nowadays LDå~r]ÇÉfòL tegenwoordig de nos jours More people have cars nowadays. offensive L]DÑÉåëfîL aanstootgevend insultant Lots of people complained that the advert was offensive. opinion L]Défåà]åL mening l'opinion In our opinion the new head teacher is wonderful! out-of-this-world L?~rí=]î=afë=Dï WäÇL helemaal te gek sensationnel, fantastique The billionaire paid for an out-of-this-world trip on the spaceship. perfect LDé WÑfâíL perfect parfait She speaks perfect English. permanent LDé Wã]å]åíL permanent permanent With broadband you have a permanent connection to the Internet. personally LDé Wë]å]äáL persoonlijk personnellement Personally, I don't like war movies. powerful LDé~r]Ñ]äL krachtig puissant We'll need some powerful computers to perform these calculations. properly LDéêflé]äáL naar behoren convenablement The computer printer isn't working properly. questionnaire L?âïÉëíp]DåÉ]L vragenlijst le questionnaire Could you fill in this questionnaire? range (mountain -) LêÉfåÇwL keten (berg-) la chaîne (de montagne) He built a railway through the high mountain range. rap LêôéL rap le rap You don't sing the words in a rap song, you just speak them. read through sth L?êáWÇ=DqêìW=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets doorlezen lire (entièrement) Sadie read through the book from cover to cover. red deer L?êÉÇ=DÇf]L edelhert le cerf noble We approached the red deer carefully. refreshing LêfDÑêÉpfÏL verfrissend rafraîchissant I'd love a long, cool, refreshing drink of water. reliable LêfDä~f]Ä]äL betrouwbaar fiable Rick is a good, reliable worker. resistance to LêfDòfëí]åë=í]I=írL verzet tegen la résistance à There was strong resistance to the scheme. revival LêfDî~fî]äL herleving le regain d'intérêt There's been a revival of seventies music lately. ridiculous LêfDÇfâà]ä]ëL belachelijk ridicule That's a ridiculous idea! ring sb up L?êfÏ=ë¾ãÄ]Çá=D¾éL iemand opbellen téléphoner à qqn He rang me up on his mobile to say he'd be late. roe deer LDê]r=Çf]L ree le chevreuil We could see the roe deer through the trees in the forest. sale LëÉfäL verkoop la vente Her house is for sale for 100,000. saxophone LDëôâë]Ñ]råL saxofoon le saxophone My uncle plays the saxophone in a jazz band. sensual LDëÉåpì]äL sensueel sensuel She likes sensual pleasures such as sunbathing. serious LDëf]êá]ëL ernstig sérieux There's been a serious road accident. sexist LDëÉâëfëíL seksistisch sexiste Her boss has a very sexist attitude. shocking LDpflâfÏL schokkend choquant It's shocking that so many young people are homeless in this country. shop around L?pflé=]Dê~råÇL rondkijken, oriënteren comparer les prix We had to shop around to find a bargain. silly LDëfäáL dom stupide That was a silly thing to do! sit back L?ëfí=DÄôâL achterover leunen se détendre Just sit back and enjoy the show. sniff LëåfÑL snuiven renifler (sniff at: ignorer) At least he's offered you a job that's not to be sniffed at! snorkelling LDëålWâ]äfÏL snorkelen la nage au tuba We tried snorkelling when we were in Hawaii. software LDëflÑíïÉ]L software le logiciel First you need to load the software onto your computer. special LDëéÉp]äL speciaal spécial, particulier, exceptionnel We have a very special guest with us this evening. squirrel LDëâïfê]äL hamsteren accumuler By December I had $300 squirreled away. standard LDëíôåÇ]ÇL gewoon normal, ordinaire I'd like a standard return ticket to Leeds, please. start off by L?ëí^Wí=DflÑ=Ä~fL beginnen met commencer par He started off by painting the ceiling and then did the walls. stylish LDëí~fäfpL stijlvol élégant Joe always wears very stylish clothes. successful Lë]âDëÉëÑ]äL succesvol qui a du succès They were successful in persuading him to join their team. suite LëïáWíL suite la suite (dans un hôtel) They've booked us into the honeymoon suite. take sth back L?íÉfâ=ë¾ãqfÏ=DÄôâL iets terugbrengen rapporter There was a mark on the dress so she took it back to the shop. tasteless LDíÉfëíä]ëL smakeloos de mauvais goût Some of her clothes are really tasteless! tasty LDíÉfëíáL smakelijk bon, goûteux This pizza is really tasty. tempt LíÉãéíL verleiden tenter She tried to tempt me to have a cigarette. terrible LDíÉê]Ä]äL verschrikkelijk horrible I have a terrible headache. throw sth away L?qê]r=ë¾ãqfÏ=]DïÉfL iets weggooien jeter qqch. I didn't know whether to throw the coat away or give it to charity. tight Lí~fíL strak serrant She was wearing a tight white T-shirt. top (- quality) LífléL top(kwaliteit) (de) première (qualité) This shop only sells top quality products. try sth on L?íê~f=ë¾ãqfÏ=DflåL iets aanpassen essayer (un vêtement) She tried six dresses on but didn't like any of them. unique LàìWDåáWâL uniek unique Everyone's personality is unique. unusual L¾åDàìWwì]äI=-w]äL ongewoon inhabituel He has an unusual name. wanted LDïflåífÇL gevraagd "nous cherchons" Put your old computer in the "For Sale or Wanted" column. washable (machine -) LDïflp]Ä]äL wasbaar (in de wasmachine) lavable (en machine) He read the label to see if the jumper was machine-washable. Page 12 of 27

13 washing powder LDïflpfÏ=?é~rÇ]L waspoeder la poudre à lessiver She put the washing powder into the machine and switched it on. waterproof LDïlWí]éêìWÑL waterdicht imperméable David bought a waterproof jacket for the hiking trip. weird Lïf]ÇL vreemd bizarre It was quite a weird experience. welcome LDïÉäâ]ãL welkom l'accueil Strangers do not get a welcome in this town. work Lï WâL werken, functioneren marcher, fonctionner The TV isn't working properly I can't get Channel 5. young Là¾ÏL jeugd la jeunesse, les jeunes Health, fitness and good looks are wasted on the young. Module 6 artistic L^WDífëífâL artistiek artistique, porté sur l'art I'm not very artistic I can't paint or draw. attitude LDôífíàìWÇL houding l'attitude I think it's best to have a relaxed attitude to money. aware L]DïÉ]L bewust conscient I was aware of someone standing behind me. babysit for LDÄÉfÄáëfí=Ñ]I=ÑlWL oppassen bij faire du baby-sitting I sometimes babysit for my neighbours so they can go out. bad-tempered L?ÄôÇ=DíÉãé]ÇL slechtgehumeurd de mauvaise humeur Why is Tim so bad-tempered today? bald LÄlWäÇL kaal chauve He's going bald. battered LDÄôí]ÇL verfomfaaid en mauvais état, usé He took out a battered old book and began to read. best LÄÉëíL best le mieux They can only ask you to do your best. blond LÄäflåÇL blond blond He had blond hair before he went bald. boot LÄìWíL laars la botte She bought a new pair of boots bother LDÄfla]L moeite l'ennui I'm not even going to ask her it's not worth the bother. bright LÄê~fíL slim brillant, excellent He's the brightest student I've ever taught. brilliance LDÄêfäà]åëL genialiteit l'excellence He is also respected for his brilliance as an artist. bulging LDľäÇwfÏL uitpuilend bourré, plein à craquer (sac) Her bulging eyes showed how afraid she was. carefree LDâÉ]ÑêáWL zorgeloos insouciant At that time we were young and carefree. carrier bag LDâôêá]=ÄôÖL draagtas le sac Dad put the plastic carrier bags into the recycling bin. cast Lâ^WëíL de rol geven van distribuer un rôle à qqn As usual, they cast Hugh Grant as the typical Englishman. charity shop LDípôê]íá=pfléL liefdadigheidswinkel boutique vendant des articles d'occasion au profi bought two second-hand books from the charity shop. cheerful LDípf]Ñ]äL vrolijk gai I feel really cheerful today because the holiday starts tomorrow. chemist s LDâÉã]ëíëL drogist, apotheek la pharmacie Dad bought some cough medicine at the chemist's. chin LípfåL kin le menton He rubbed his chin thoughtfully. civil rights L?ëfî]ä=Dê~fíëL= burgerrechten les droits civiques He was elected leader of the civil rights movement in America. clutch Lâä¾ípL vastklemmen serrer dans les mains She was clutching a black bag. collie LDâfläáL collie le colley The collie herded the sheep into the pen. common LDâflã]åL gemeenschappelijk commun Dogs and cats don't have a lot in common. communicate with Lâ]DãàìWåfâÉfí=ïfaI=ïfqL communiceren met communiquer We communicate with each other by . complex LDâflãéäÉâëL ingewikkeld complexe This is a very complex problem. complexion Lâ]ãDéäÉâp]åL teint le teint She had a lovely complexion. confident LDâflåÑ]Ç]åíL zelfverzekerd confiant Jenny seems very confident about her exam. congressman LDâflÏÖê]ëã]åL congreslid le député, la députée He used to be a congressman in the US House of Representatives. conviction Lâ]åDîfâp]åL overtuiging la conviction She spoke with great conviction. crash into sth L?âêôp=Dfåí]=?ë¾ãqfÏL tegen iets aan botsen entrer en collision avec The racing car crashed into the barrier but the driver was unhurt. creative LâêáDÉfífîL creatief créatif He's one of Japan's most talented and creative film directors. critical LDâêfífâ]äL kritisch critique Dad's very critical of the way I dress. dark (hair) LÇ^WâL donker foncé He was over 80 but he still had dark hair. depressed LÇfDéêÉëíL depressief déprimé She felt very depressed after losing her job. dinosaur LDÇ~få]ëlWL dinosaurus le dinosaure The dinosaurs died millions of years ago. disc jockey LDÇfëâ=?ÇwflâáL discjockey le, la DJ On the radio the disc jockey was playing my favourite record. disorganised LÇfëDlWÖ]å~fòÇL ongeorganiseerd désorganisé I've never known such a disorganised student. do one s best L?ÇìW=ï¾åò=DÄÉëíL zijn best doen faire de son mieux The student promised to do his best to organise his work. doorway LDÇlWïÉfL deuropening le vestibule He stood in the doorway watching us. drench LÇêÉåípL doorweken tremper I got totally drenched in the rain. dynamic LÇ~fDåôãfâL dynamisch dynamique The new teacher is very dynamic. elderly LDÉäÇ]äáL bejaard âgé His parents are quite elderly. eyebrow LD~fÄê~rL wenkbrauw le sourcil He raised his eyebrows in surprise. face LÑÉfëL gezicht le visage It was really hard to keep a straight face when he told me! fair (hair) LÑÉ]L licht clair He's very fair and burns easily in the sun. fogey (old -) LDÑ]rÖáL ouderwets type le vieux schnock He's such an old fogey he won t have a TV in the house! Page 13 of 27

14 forehead LDÑflê]ÇI=DÑlWÜÉÇL voorhoofd le front You've got a spot in the middle of your forehead. freckle LDÑêÉâ]äL sproet la tâche de rousseur She has freckles all over her nose. fringe LÑêfåÇwL pony la frange My fringe needs cutting. gather round L?Öôa]=Dê~råÇL om.. komen staan se réunir autour The children gathered round Dad as he gave out the party bags. gear (=clothes) LÖf]L spullen (kleding) la tenue She's getting changed into her party gear. generous LDÇwÉå]ê]ëL vrijgevig généreux Ella's such a generous person she'd give you her last penny. genius LDÇwáWåá]ëL genie le génie Einstein was a genius. get at sb LDÖÉí=]í=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand bekritiseren s'en prendre à qqn Her Mum's always getting at her for one thing or another. get on with sb LÖÉí=Dflå=ïfa=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL met iemand kunnen opschieten s'entendre avec qqn Rachel gets on really well with Jack. get on with sth LÖÉí=Dflå=ïfa=?ë¾ãqfÏL doorwerken aan iets continuer qqch. I tried to get on with my homework despite the noise from the TV. get sb down L?ÖÉí=ë¾ãÄ]Çá=DÇ~råL iemand ontmoedigen déprimer qqn The exams are really getting me down, I don't think I'll pass. get together L?ÖÉí=í]DÖÉa]L bij elkaar komen se retrouver Let's get together after school. give up L?Öfî=D¾éL opgeven renoncer I give up. What's the correct answer? give up trying L?Öfî=¾é=Díê~f-fÏL zijn pogingen opgeven renoncer à essayer He's given up trying to climb Everest. go out together LÖ]r=D~rí=í]?ÖÉa]L samen uitgaan sortir ensemble We decided to go out together for a meal. good-looking L?ÖrÇ=DärâfÏL knap beau, attirant He used to be a very good-looking man. granny LDÖêôåáL oma la mamie I feel too young to be anybody's granny! greenhouse effect LDÖêáWåÜ~rë=f?ÑÉâíL broeikaseffect l'effet de serre The greenhouse effect is causing global warming. grey (hair) LÖêÉfL grijs (haar) gris He went grey at the age of forty-one. half-hidden L?Ü^WÑ=DÜfÇåL half verborgen à moitié caché The number of the house was half-hidden by the ivy on the wall. hard-working L?Ü^WÇ=Dï WâfÏL hardwerkend travailleur She's always been a hard-working student. heed the call L?ÜáWÇ=a]=DâlWäL gehoor geven aan de oproep écouter l'appel Jack heeded the call and went to join the army. helpful LDÜÉäéÑ]äL nuttig utile The teacher made some helpful comments. honest LDflå]ëíL eerlijk honnête My father was a very honest man. impatient LfãDéÉfp]åíL ongeduldig impatient The officer got very impatient with me when I didn't understand. influence LDfåÑäì]åëL invloed; to influence: beïnvloeden l'influence Your health is strongly influenced by the food that you eat. insensitive LfåDëÉåë]ífîL ongevoelig insensible Sometimes he can be rather insensitive. intend to do sth Lfå?íÉåÇ=í]=DÇìW=?ë¾ãqfÏL zich voornemen om iets te doen avoir l'intention de faire qqch. I intend to pass my exams and go to university. joke LÇw]râL grap la plaisanterie He keeps making jokes about my hair. junk food LDÇw¾Ïâ=ÑìWÇL junkfood nourriture de mauvaise qualité nutritionnelle,coc You eat too much junk food. knock LåflâL verbijsteren assommer I was knocked out by how beautiful she looked! look after Lärâ=D^WÑí]L zorgen voor s'occuper de Jess asked me to look after her cat while she was on holiday. loser LDäìWò]L verliezer le perdant The loser has to buy everyone a drink. lottery LDäflí]êáL loterij la loterie What would you do if you won the lottery? materialistic Lã]?íf]êá]DäfëífâL materialistisch matérialiste He's a very materialistic person and is always buying things. mathematical L?ãôq]Dãôífâ]äL wiskundig mathématique She was a mathematical genius. military LDãfä]í]êáL militair militaire Her father was a military man and they travelled all over the world. model LDãflÇäL fotomodel le mannequin She was a model for a fashion house in Paris. moody LDãìWÇáL humeurig maussade, mal luné After his divorce, he became moody and began drinking too much. moustache Lã]Dëí^WpL snor la moustache He's shaved off his moustache. movement LDãìWîã]åíL beweging le mouvement The civil rights movement of the 1960s was unpopular with many people. nerve (what a -!) Lå WîL lef (hoe durft hij!) le culot He asked me to lend him 100! What a nerve he's got! ordinary LDlWÇ]å]êáL gewoon ordinaire Nothing much has happened it's been a very ordinary day. outgoing L?~ríDÖ]rfÏL spontaan sociable She was a girl with a very outgoing personality. overweight L?]rî]DïÉfíL te dik en surpoids I'm ten pounds overweight. panda LDéôåÇ]L panda la panda My little brother thought the panda was a black and white bear! patient with LDéÉfp]åí=ïfaI=ïfqL geduldig met patient The teacher was very patient with me when I couldn't understand. persistent Lé]Dëfëí]åíL hardnekkig persistant There have been persistent rumours that he is leaving. philosophical L?Ñfä]DëflÑfâ]äL filosofisch philosophique She was by nature a philosophical person. prophesy LDéêflÑ]ë~fL profeteren, voorspellen prédire, prophétiser He prophesied that a flood would cover the Earth. plaits LéäôíëL vlechtjes les tresses She always wore her hair in plaits when she went swimming. pneumonia LåàìWDã]råá]L longontsteking la pneumonie Grandad is in hospital with pneumonia. political Lé]Däfífâ]äL politiek politique The US has two main political parties. pony-tail LDé]råá=íÉfäL paardenstaart la queue de cheval I'm growing my hair so I can have a pony-tail. point sth out L?élfåí=ë¾ãqfÏ=D~ríL ergens op wijzen faire remarquer Mum pointed out that I still owed her 10. 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15 prediction LéêfDÇfâp]åL voorspelling la prédiction Here are our predictions for next year's fashions. put up with sth Lérí=D¾é=ïfa=?ë¾ãqfÏL ergens tegen kunnen s'accommoder de qqch. We couldn't put up with the noise and complained to the police. rage LêÉfÇwL woeden faire rage The war between Germany and Britain raged on for many rears. rattle LDêôíäL (doen) rammelen agiter, ébranler The earthquake only lasted a few seconds, but it rattled all the doors and windows. red (go bright -) LêÉÇL rood (knal- worden) rouge She went red with embarrassment. red (hair) LêÉÇL rood (haar) roux Her red hair goes well with that green dress. revolt against sb LêfDî]räí=]?ÖÉåëí=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL tegen iets in opstand komen se révolter contre qqn The students revolted against the government over civil rights. roam Lê]rãL zwerven errer dans Gangs of thieves roam the city. satisfied with LDëôí]ëÑ~fÇ=ïfaI=ïfqL tevreden over satisfait de The teacher said he was satisfied with the quality of my work. scientific L?ë~f]åDífÑfâL wetenschappelijk scientifique He's a respected member of the scientific community. selfish LDëÉäÑfpL egoïstisch égoïste That was a very selfish thing to do. senator LDëÉå]í]L senator le sénateur, la sénatrice Senator Dole is running for President. sensitive LDëÉåë]ífîL gevoelig sensible He was very sensitive to other people's needs. shark Lp^WâL haai le requin Sharks were circling around our boat. shoulder-length LDp]räÇ]=äÉÏqL op schouderlengte mi-long She had dark, shoulder-length hair. shy Lp~fL verlegen timide She's painfully shy with strangers. slim LëäfãL slank mince You're looking a lot slimmer have you lost weight? smug Lëã¾ÖL zelfvoldaan suffisant "I told you that would happen," she said, trying not to sound too smug. snack LëåôâL tussendoortje l'en-cas We didn't have time for a meal so we just had a snack. snorkel LDëålWâ]äL snorkelen nager avec un tuba We went snorkelling in the sea and saw lots of different fish. sociable LDë]rp]Ä]äL gezellig sociable They're a pleasant, sociable couple. speculation L?ëéÉâà]DäÉfp]åL gespeculeer la spéculation There is speculation that the president is ill. sporting LDëélWífÏL sportief sportif She likes the sporting types as boyfriends. spot LëéflíL zien repérer I've just spotted a great place for a picnic. stall LëílWäL blijven staan caler The car stalled at the junction. straight LëíêÉfíL serieus droit (keep a straght face: garder son sérieux) I really wanted to laugh but I managed to keep a straight face. stubborn LDëí¾Ä]åL koppig têtu Steve can be very stubborn sometimes. stuff Lëí¾ÑL spul la matière, le truc What's that green stuff on the wall? sun cream LDë¾å=âêáWãL zonnebrandmiddel la crème solaire Liam covered himself with sun cream before sunbathing. sun tan LDë¾å=íôåL bruin kleurtje door de zon le hâle After a week, Arthur had a lovely sun tan. sunburnt LDë¾åÄ WåíL verbrand door de zon qui a un coup de soleil Be careful not to get sunburnt. sure LplWL zeker sûr It will be difficult to win, that's for sure. suspiciously Lë]Dëéfp]ëäáL achterdochtig de manière soupçonneuse Meg looked at me suspiciously. sympathetic L?ëfãé]DqÉífâL meevoelend compatissant My parents weren't very sympathetic when I told them I had no money left. take sth up L?íÉfâ=ë¾ãqfÏ=D¾éL aan iets beginnen se mettre à qqch. Mum's taken up yoga. taste in LDíÉfëí=fåL smaak op het gebied van le goût pour Jill has poor taste in men her last boyfriend stole her car! tell LíÉäL zeggen dire He spent all his father's money, so what does that tell you about him? tell sb off L?íÉä=ë¾ãÄ]Çá=DflÑL iemand berispen gronder The teacher told her off for running in the corridor. tolerant LDíflä]ê]åíL tolerant tolérant We should be tolerant of other people's beliefs. tool kit LDíìWä=âfíL gereedschap la boîte à outils I realised I'd left my tool kit in the garage. tour Lír]L rondreis la tournée In the summer the band went on tour to North America. tramp LíêôãéL zwerver le clochard The tramp was asleep in a shop doorway. trendy LDíêÉåÇáL trendy branché These trendy bars are all very expensive! umbrella L¾ãDÄêÉä]L paraplu le parapluie It started to rain so I put up my umbrella. well-built L?ïÉä=DÄfäíL goedgebouwd bien bâti He was very well-built and exercised at the gym every week. worth Lï WqL waard qui vaut I'm not even going to ask her it's not worth the bother. wrinkles LDêfÏâ]äòL rimpels le rides Although she's 75 she has hardly any wrinkles! Module 7 access to LDôâëÉë=í]I=írL toegang tot l'accès à I can get access to the Internet on my computer. according to L]DâlWÇfÏ=í]I=írL volgens selon According to Rachel, Keith started the fight. against L]DÖÉåëíI=]DÖÉfåëíL tegen contre Philip was against the idea of selling the house. analytical L?ôå]Däfífâ]äL analytisch analytique She has an analytical mind. apparently L]Déôê]åíäáL blijkbaar apparemment Apparently, he doesn't like his job. argument against/for LD^WÖà]ã]åí=]?ÖÉåëíI=Ñ]L argument tegen/voor l'argument contre/pour There are arguments for and against wearing school uniform. assessment L]DëÉëã]åíL beoordeling l'évaluation What's Michael's assessment of the situation? Page 15 of 27

16 astronomy L]Dëíêflå]ãáL sterrenkunde l'astronomie Chris wants to study astronomy but his parents don't approve. bark LÄ^WâL blaffen aboyer I knocked on the door and a dog barked inside the house. boarding school LDÄlWÇfÏ=ëâìWäL kostschool l'internat We send our son to boarding school because we work abroad. box LÄflâëL boksen boxer He boxed for his university when he was younger. boyfriend LDÄlfÑêÉåÇL vriend le petit ami Her boyfriend is an artist. catch up with sth L?âôíp=D¾é=ïfa=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets inhalen rattraper qqch., rattraper son retard dans qqch. I ran but I couldn't catch up with the bus. charming LDíp^WãfÏL lief charmant What a charming child! choir Lâï~f]L koor le chœur Sue sings in the school choir. coastal LDâ]rëí]äL kust- côtier The coastal regions of Italy are very beautiful. compulsory Lâ]ãDé¾äë]êáL verplicht obligatoire Some countries have compulsory military service. conclusion Lâ]åDâäìWw]åL conclusie la conclusion I've come to the conclusion that she's lying. currently LDâ¾ê]åíäáL momenteel actuellement They are currently on holiday in New Zealand. curriculum Lâ]Dêfâà]ä]ãL lesprogramma le programme scolaire Greek will be on the curriculum next term. dedicated LDÇÉÇfâÉfí]ÇL toegewijd dévoué Our staff are all very dedicated. detector LÇfDíÉâí]L melder le détecteur We need new batteries for the smoke detector. difficult LDÇfÑfâ]äíL moeilijk difficile Skiing isn't difficult, but it takes practice. dismiss sb LÇfëDãfë=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand ontslaan congédier, licencier qqn. He was always late for work, so the manager dismissed him. eat out L?áWí=D~ríL buiten de deur eten aller au restaurant I didn't feel like cooking so I decided to eat out. effort LDÉÑ]íL moeite l'effort You should make an effort to find exactly the right present. elective (=option at school) LfDäÉâífîL keuze- (-vak op school) à option Discuss this list of elective subjects with your parents. elementary school L?Éä]DãÉåí]êá=?ëâìWäL basisschool école primaire My youngest child has just started at elementary school. eliminate LfDäfã]åÉfíL uitbannen éliminer We can never completely eliminate crime from our society. embarrassing LfãDÄôê]ëfÏL gênant embarrassant It was very embarrassing because he heard what I said about him. enormous LfDålWã]ëL enorm énorme It cost an enormous amount of money. facility LÑ]Dëfä]íáL faciliteit l'équipement, l'infrastructure The sports facilities at our school are very good. factfile LDÑôâíÑ~fäL feitenlijstje le dossier I found your factfile very helpful when doing my homework. fall behind with L?ÑlWä=ÄfDÜ~fåÇ=ïfaI=ïfqL achterop raken prendre du retard dans Suzie had been ill and had fallen behind with her studies. for (=in favour of) LÑ]I=ÑlWL vóór pour (en faveur de) I'm all for the idea of giving everybody a good education. furthermore L?Ñ Wa]DãlWL bovendien de plus You're grounded, and furthermore, I'm stopping your pocket money. future LDÑàìWíp]L toekomst le futur Young people often don't think about their future. get on well with sb L?ÖÉí=flå=DïÉä=ïfa=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL met iemand kunnen opschieten bien s'entendre avec qqn We get on well with our parents. get on with LÖÉí=Dflå=ïfaI=ïfqL opschieten met avancer dans Stop talking and get on with your work! get sb to do sth L?ÖÉí=ë¾ãÄ]Çá=í]=DÇìW=?ë¾ãqfÏL iemand overhalen om iets te doen faire faire qqch. à qqn. I got her to cook the meal by promising to do the washing up. give sth up L?Öfî=ë¾ãqfÏ=D¾éL iets opgeven renoncer à, abandonner qqch. She's given up eating chocolate. go into work L?Ö]r=fåí]=Dï WâL naar zijn werk gaan arriver au travail Jed had to go into work at five o'clock every morning. go on to be LÖ]r=Dflå=í]=ÄáL later worden devenir He went on to become a millionaire. go on to do sth LÖ]r=?flå=í]=DÇìW=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets gaan doen faire ensuite Later, he went on to try and do something about world poverty. go over sth LÖ]r=D]rî]=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets nakijken relire I decided to go over my notes before the exam. go through sth LÖ]r=DqêìW=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets doorlopen revoir I asked the teacher to go through the points I didn't understand. grade LÖêÉfÇL klasse (ook: cijfer) classe (niveau); note (points) There are five different grades of hotel. gravity LDÖêôî]íáL zwaartekracht la pesanteur The spaceship travelled beyond the pull of the Earth's gravity. hand LÜôåÇL kant la main; on the one hand : d'une part On the one hand, he's rich; on the other hand, he's ugly. harp LÜ^WéL zeuren rabâcher I wish they'd stop harping on about the fact they're vegetarians. heavy metal L?ÜÉîá=ãÉíä=DãàìWòfâL heavymetal heavy metal I like music with a strong beat, especially heavy metal. hip hop LDÜfé=ÜfléL hiphop le hip-hop My brother prefers hip hop music. imitation of L?fã]DíÉfp]å=]îI=flîL imitatie van l'imitation She can do a good imitation of the English teacher. inspiration L?fåëé]DêÉfp]åL inspiratie l'inspiration Monet's work has always been my inspiration. interested in LDfåíê]ëí]Ç=fåL geïnteresseerd in qui s'intéresse à My brother has always been interested in football. jealous of LDÇwÉä]ë=]îI=flîL jaloers op jaloux de She was jealous of all the attention her sister got. kayak LDâ~fôâL kajak le kayak She paddled the kayak smoothly through the water. lift LäfÑíL lift give a lift : reconduire en voiture Can you give me a lift into town? link LäfÏâL in verband brengen le lien Lung cancer has been linked to cigarette smoking. log on L?äflÖ=DflåL inloggen se logger He logged on to the Internet. look sth up L?ärâ=ë¾ãqfÏ=D¾éL iets opzoeken regarder qqch. au dictionnaire I didn't know what was on TV so I looked it up in the paper. lyrics LDäfêfâëL tekst les paroles d'une chanson I write the music and Max writes the lyrics. 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17 mandolin L?ãôåÇ]DäfåL mandoline la mandoline She played a tune on the mandolin. martial art L?ã^Wp]ä=D^WíL vechtsport les arts martiaux Kung Fu is a popular martial art. mean LãáWåL betekenen vouloir dire, signifier Just because he apologised, that doesn't mean very much. method-acting L?ãÉq]Ç=DôâífÏL method-acting méthode de Stanislavski (Cinéma, théâtre) At drama school, we were taught method-acting. m-learning LDÉã=?ä WåfÏL m-learning apprentissage par gsm (formé sur "e-learning") I checked my mobile to see if the teacher had sent an m-learning lesson. moreover LãlWêD]rî]L bovendien de plus I have always lived here, and moreover, I do not plan to move. mosquito Lã]DëâáWí]rL mug le moustique I'm covered in mosquito bites! motivate sb LDã]rífîÉfí=?ë¾ãÄ]ÇáL iemand motiveren motiver qqn A good teacher has to be able to motivate her students. optional LDflép]å]äL facultatief optionnel, à option All children have to study maths and English, but French is optional. oral LDlWê]äL mondeling oral There will be an oral test tomorrow. part Lé^WíL deel la part (take part in : participer à) All the teachers took part in the school play. plan on doing sth L?éäôå=flå=DÇìWfÏ=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets van plan zijn avoir l'intention de faire qqch. We are planning on going to Rome at Easter. prestigious Léê]DëífÇw]ëL prestigieus prestigieux Oxford is a highly prestigious university. private school LDéê~fî]í=ëâìWäL particuliere school l'école privée We've been thinking of sending him to a private school. promote Léê]Dã]ríL promotie geven, bevorderen promouvoir He is hoping to be promoted to manager soon. put sth off L?érí=ë¾ãqfÏ=DflÑL iets uitstellen repousser (une date), temporiser I put off telling her the bad news as long as I could. qualified LDâïflä]Ñ~fÇL gekwalificeerd qualifié Gibbons is highly qualified for the job. red LêÉÇL rood rouge Her face went bright red when she realised they'd heard what she said. sandcastle LDëôåÇ?â^Wë]äL zandkasteel le château de sable The children built a sandcastle on the beach. self-testing L?ëÉäÑ=DíÉëífÏL zelftoetsend d'auto évaluation I finished the self-testing exercises but I still can't judge my ability. set sth up L?ëÉí=ë¾ãqfÏ=D¾éL iets instellen monter I set up the video recorder to record my favourite TV programme. show business LDp]r=?Äfòå]ëL showbusiness le show business She had a long career in show business. sightseeing LDë~fí?ëáWfÏL bezienswaardigheden bekijken la visite (touristique) In the afternoon we all went sightseeing round the town. sponsor LDëéflåë]L sponsoren financer, sponsoriser Coca-Cola have offered to sponsor the tournament. stand LëíôåÇL uitstaan I can't stand : je ne supporte pas I can't stand people who only talk about themselves. state school LDëíÉfí=ëâìWäL staatsschool l'école publique She had a state school education and went on to Oxford University. statue LDëíôípìWL standbeeld la statue There's a statue of Queen Victoria in the square. strict LëíêfâíL streng strict, sévère Most of the teachers here are quite strict. stuck Lëí¾âL vast coincé John got stuck up the tree! stunt Lëí¾åíL stunt la cascade There's a great stunt in which his car has to jump across a 15 metre gap. sword fighting LDëlWÇ=?Ñ~fífÏL zwaardvechten l'escrime There was a lot of sword fighting in the film. take up a subject LíÉfâ=D¾é=]=?ë¾ÄÇwfâíL een vak kiezen choisir une branche He decided to take up French next term. tend LíÉåÇL geneigd zijn avoir tendance à Older students tend to be more interested in class. trip LíêféL reisje le voyage I'd like to go on the school trip to Yorkshire next month. uncooperative L?¾åâ]rDflé]ê]ífîL eigenwijs peu coopératif, de mauvaise volonté He was so uncooperative I asked him to leave the team. unlikely L¾åDä~fâäáL niet waarschijnlijk peu probable It is unlikely that you will get your money back. visual LDîfwì]äL visueel visuel The movie has a strong visual impact. vocational Lî]rDâÉfp]å]äL beroeps- professionnel Vocational education and training courses take place at the college all year. wallet LDïflä]íL portefeuille le portefeuille I've only got about 10 in my wallet. web LïÉÄL internet le web Which are the best education-related sites on the Web? worthwhile L?ï WqDï~fäL de moeite waard qui vaut la peine It's worthwhile checking the price of a camera in several shops. zero gravity L?òf]ê]r=DÖêôî]íáL gewichtloosheid l'apesanteur At zero gravity the astronauts began to float around. Module 8 abroad L]DÄêlWÇL in het buitenland à l'étranger Have you travelled abroad much? acclaim L]DâäÉfãL bijval les acclamations; l'admiration His first novel received widespread acclaim. advisor L]ÇDî~fò]L adviseur le conseiller, la conseillère The careers advisor wasn't sure he was in the right job! agent LDÉfÇw]åíL agent l'agent Our company has an agent in Madrid. architect LD^WâfíÉâíL architect l'architecte Her dad is an architect. art L^WíL kunst l'art She went to college to study art. attach L]DíôípL hechten attacher I'm very attached to my old car I'd hate to damage it. big LÄfÖL groot grand She comes from a big family eight brothers! booming LDÄìWãfÏL bloeiend florissant Business was booming so everyone got a bonus. brave LÄêÉfîL dapper courageux He wasn't brave enough to dive into the deep water. bravery LDÄêÉfî]êáL moed le courage He was awarded a medal for his bravery. business LDÄfòå]ëL zaken les affaires You need a lot of money to succeed in business. Page 17 of 27

18 calm down L?â^Wã=DÇ~råL kalmeren se calmer Calm down and tell me what happened. careful LDâÉ]Ñ]äL voorzichtig prudent Be careful crossing the road. case LâÉfëL geval le cas, l'affaire This is the worst case of animal cruelty I have ever seen. cashier LâôDpf]L caissière le caissier, la caissière At the supermarket I paid the cashier by cheque. charm Líp^WãL charme le charme Oxford has a lot of charm. come up with an idea Lâ¾ã=?¾é=ïfa=]å=~fDÇf]L iets bedenken avoir une idée She came up with an idea to stop the motorway development. committed Lâ]DãfífÇL toegewijd engagé He seems committed to his work. composer Lâ]ãDé]rò]L componist le compositeur The composer of the song was John Lennon. confident LDâflåÑfÇ]åíL zelfverzekerd confiant Jenny seems very confident about her exam. construction Lâ]åDëíê¾âp]åL bouw la construction He works in construction with Buildalot Limited. construction worker Lâ]åDëíê¾âp]å=?ï Wâ]L bouwvakker ouvrier dans la construction Construction workers can hurt their backs lifting heavy weights. contradict L?âflåíê]DÇfâíL tegenspreken contredire Their stories contradicted each other. cost of living L?âflëí=]î=DäfîfÏL kosten van het levensonderhoud le coût de la vie Average wages have increased in line with the cost of living. count up L?â~råí=D¾éL tellen compter I'll count up the money. creative LâêáDÉfífîL creatief créatif He's one of Japan's most talented and creative film directors. curriculum vitae Lâ]?êfâà]ä]ã=DîáWí~fL curriculum vitae le curriculum vitae I sent in my curriculum vitae with my job application. deaf LÇÉÑL doof sourd He went deaf for a while after the explosion. declining LÇfDâä~fåfÏL achteruitlopend en déclin Europe's declining industries mean more people are out of work. description LÇfDëâêfép]åL beschrijving la description His description fitted the missing woman. deserter LÇfDò Wí]L deserteur le déserteur The deserter was shot at dawn. design LÇfDò~fåL ontwerp la conception, la création I'd like to go into fashion design when I leave college. desperation L?ÇÉëé]DêÉfp]åL wanhoop le désespoir He acted in sheer desperation. digital LDÇfÇwfíäL digitaal numérique They've made a digital recording of the concert. director LÇfDêÉâí]I=Ç~f-L directeur le directeur, la directrice How is the new marketing director doing? disillusioned L?Çfë]DäìWw]åÇL teleurgesteld désillusionné He became disillusioned with religion. doubt LÇ~ríL twijfel le doute I have no doubt you'll be successful in whatever you choose to do. downtown L?Ç~råDí~råL in de binnenstad en ville She works in a bar downtown. dramatically LÇê]DãôífâäáL spectaculair de manière spectaculaire The Internet has grown dramatically. dress up for L?ÇêÉë=D¾é=Ñ]I=ÑlWL zich netjes aankleden s'habiller (bien) She dressed up for the party. electrician Lf?äÉâDíêfp]åI=?Éäfâ-L elektricien l'électricien, -ne All the lights in the building went out and we sent for the electrician. emotional LfDã]rp]å]äL emotioneel émouvant It was a very emotional reunion. engineering L?ÉåÇw]Dåf]êfÏL techniek l'ingénierie The course will introduce young people to engineering. escalator LDÉëâ]äÉfí]L roltrap l'escalator We took the escalator to the third floor of the store. fabulously LDÑôÄà]ä]ëäáL fabelachtig fabuleusement The rock star was fabulously rich and had houses in five countries. farm worker LDÑ^Wã=?ï Wâ]L boerenknecht l'ouvrier agricole Farm workers get paid very little. farming LDÑ^WãfÏL landbouw en veeteelt l'agriculture You don't want to go into farming if you want to make a lot of money! fashion LDÑôp]åL mode la mode She wants to follow a career in fashion. fashion model LDÑôp]å=?ãflÇäL mannequin le mannequin That fashion model is very thin do you think she eats anything? fast-food LDÑ^Wëí=ÑìWÇL fastfood fast food We stopped at the fast-food restaurant for a quick meal. firefighter LDÑ~f]?Ñ~fí]L brandweerman le pompier The firefighter dashed into the burning house to save the child. fit LÑfíL passen correspondre à The man we arrested fits the description Mr Smith gave us earlier. flexible LDÑäÉâë]Ä]äL flexibel souple They're usually quite flexible about the hours I work. flirtation LÑä WDíÉfp]åL flirt le flirt He had a brief flirtation with photography as a career. forestry worker LDÑflê]ëíêá=?ï Wâ]L houtvester l'ouvrier forestier The forestry workers cut down the dead tree. foundation LÑ~råDÇÉfp]åL stichting la fondation The university has set up a foundation for educational research. gas station (AmE) LDÖôë=?ëíÉfp]åL benzinestation la station service In Florida we hired a car and filled up at the gas station. generous LDÇwÉå]ê]ëL ruimhartig généreux It was really generous of Jack to take us all on holiday. go on about sth LÖ]r=Dflå=]Ä~rí=?ë¾ãqfÏL maar doorgaan over iets parler longuement de I wish my brother would stop going on about his girlfriend. gonna LDÖflå]L gaan going to (I'm going to do : je vais faire) We're gonna spend the evening in Bar Rita. gruesome LDÖêìWë]ãL gruwelijk horrible, épouvantable This castle has a gruesome history. handicapped LDÜôåÇáâôéíL gehandicapt handicapé "Mind" is a charity for mentally handicapped people. hand-made L?ÜôåÇ=DãÉfÇL ambachtelijk gemaakt fait-main We bought some hand-made chocolates. hopeful LDÜ]réÑ]äL kandidaten qui espère There was a queue of hopefuls down the street when the competition started. indoors L?fåDÇlWòL binnen à l'intérieur Keep the plant indoors during the winter. information technology LfåÑ]?ãÉfp]å=íÉâDåflä]ÇwáL informatica les technologies de l'information She wanted a job in the Information Technology department. 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19 insane LfåDëÉfåL krankzinnig fou Don't be insane! You can't possibly jump down from here! insist LfåDëfëíL volhouden insister Don insisted that he hadn't gone out of the house at all. inspiration L?fåëé]DêÉfp]åL inspiratie l'inspiration These gardening programmes give people inspiration for their own homes. intercultural L?fåí]Dâ¾äíp]ê]äL intercultureel interculturel We have set up this centre to improve intercultural understanding in the city. interrupt L?fåí]Dê¾éíL onderbreken interrompre I tried to explain, but people kept interrupting me. interview LDfåí]îàìWL vraaggesprek l'interview I've got a job interview this afternoon. job LÇwflÄL klusje l'emploi I'm going to spend the weekend doing various odd jobs in the house. labrador LDäôÄê]ÇlWL labrador le labrador Labradors are often trained as guide dogs for the blind. law LälWL rechten la loi Law is a career that takes years of study. lifestyle LDä~fÑëí~fäL levensstijl le mode de vie They have a very exciting lifestyle. light-hearted L?ä~fí=DÜ^WífÇL luchthartig léger The film took a light-hearted look at life in an Alaskan winter. literature LDäfí]ê]íp]L literatuur la littérature I'm interested in French literature. location Lä]rDâÉfp]åL locatie le lieu (on location: sur place) They shot "Lord of the Rings" on location in New Zealand. logical LDäflÇwfâ]äL logisch logique There's no logical reason for you to be jealous. look around L?ärâ=]Dê~råÇL om zich heen kijken in regarder autour de soi We'll look around the house and then tell you what we think. loving LDä¾îfÏL liefhebbend aimant His loving wife looked after him while he was ill. make LãÉfâL begaan faire I think you've made a mistake thinking that he'll like that present. make out (- you understand LãÉfâ=D~ríL duidelijk maken (dat je iets begrijpt) faire semblant He made out that he understood me. make up a story L?ãÉfâ=¾é=]=DëílWêáL een verhaal verzinnen inventer une histoire He often makes up stories for his little girl at bedtime. make up sth L?ãÉfâ=D¾é=?ë¾ãqfÏL iets verzinnen inventer qqch. She made up an excuse about being too ill to go to work. media (the -) LDãáWÇá]L media (de) les média The media have been very unkind to her she's OK really. medicine LDãÉÇë]åL medicijnen la médecine I've been in medicine for 30 years now. menace LDãÉå]ëL bedreiging la menace Leaking gas ovens are a menace to old people. miner LDã~få]L mijnwerker le mineur There was a strike by coal miners when Thatcher was Prime Minister. mistake LãfDëíÉfâL fout la faute These sums are wrong - I made a mistake with the calculations. mom (AmE) LãflãL mama maman Mom, can we go swimming? motivated LDã]rífîÉfífÇL gemotiveerd motivé The students are all highly motivated to succeed. mugging LDã¾ÖfÏL straatroof l'agression The police decided to crack down on mugging in the town centre. musician LãàìWDòfp]åL musicus le musicien Bill likes being a session musician as he plays for different groups. national anthem L?åôp]å]ä=Dôåq]ãL volkslied l'hymne national The crowd sang the national anthem before the match started. neighbourhood LDåÉfÄ]ÜrÇL wijk le quartier He grew up in a tough neighbourhood. nurse Lå WëL verpleegkundige l'infirmier, -ère My mum worked as a nurse with old people all her life. odd job L?flÇ=DÇwflÄL klusje petit boulot ou drôle de profession There are lots of odd jobs that need doing around the house. organised LDlWÖ]å~fòÇL georganiseerd organisé Alice was very organised about the holiday, down to the last detail. outdoors L?~ríDÇlWòL buiten à l'extérieur In the summer we often eat outdoors. patient LDéÉfp]åíL geduldig patient Just be patient and wait. perform Lé]DÑlWãL optreden jouer un spectacle Many students performed in the school play. phenomenon LÑfDåflã]å]åL verschijnsel le phénomène Earthquakes and hurricanes are natural phenomena. police officer Lé]DäáWë=?flÑfë]L politieagent le policier The police officers caught the burglars. politician L?éflä]Dífp]åL politicus l'homme/la femme politique I don't trust politicians who try too hard to get my vote. practical LDéêôâífâ]äL praktisch pratique He's more suited to a practical occupation like plumbing. prime minister L?éê~fã=Dãfå]ëí]L minister-president le (la) premier(-ère) ministre The prime minister lives at 10 Downing Street. private life LDéê~fî]í=ä~fÑL privéleven la vie privée Politicians don't like the media reporting about their private lives. properly LDéêflé]äáL naar behoren convenablement The computer printer isn't working properly. pull a gun on L?érä=]=DÖ¾å=flåL een geweer richten op pointer une arme vers One of the men pulled a gun on the shopkeeper. pushy LDérpáL opdringerig insistant The salesman was so pushy I walked out of the shop. receptionist LêfDëÉép]åfëíL receptionist le (la) réceptionniste The receptionist booked us into the hotel and gave us our keys. reliable LêfDä~f]Ä]äL betrouwbaar fiable Rick is a good, reliable worker. respected LêfDëéÉâífÇL gerespecteerd respecté He's a well respected teacher. retire LêfDí~f]L met pensioen gaan prendre sa retraite I'm going to retire when I'm 60. risk LêfëâL risico le risque Most sports involve taking a risk of being injured. rock and roll L?êflâ=]å=Dê]räL rock-'n-roll le rock and roll Grace is lead singer in a rock and roll band. run away from L?ê¾å=]DïÉf=Ñê]ãI=ÑêflãL weglopen van s'enfuire de His older brother was always hitting him so he ran away from home. runaway LDê¾å]ïÉfL weggelopen fugueur London is where many runaway children go to when they leave home. sack (get the -) LëôâL zak (de - krijgen) le renon She got the sack for being rude to the customers. 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20 salt LëlWäíL zout le sel The chef added salt to the food for flavour. science LDë~f]åëL wetenschap la science She wants to pursue a career in the sciences. sci-fi LDë~f=Ñ~fL sciencefiction la science-fiction The aliens in the sci-fi film were terrifying. sculptor LDëâ¾äéí]L beeldhouwer le sculpteur, sculptrice The sculptor took five years to complete this statue. sensitive LDëÉåë]ífîL gevoelig sensible He was very sensitive to other people's needs. session musician LDëÉp]å=ãàìW?òfp]åL sessiemusicus le musicien(ne) de studio Bill likes being a session musician as he plays for different groups. settle down in L?ëÉíä=DÇ~rå=fåL zich thuis gaan voelen in s'installer confortablement We are settling down well in our new house. sewage LDëàìWfÇwI=DëìW-L riolering les eaux usées The sewage works treats all the waste products from the pipeline. shop assistant LDpflé=]?ëfëí]åíL winkelbediende le vendeur, la vendeuse She works as a shop assistant in a clothes shop. smelling salts LDëãÉäfÏ=ëlWäíëL reukzout les sels The doctor waved smelling salts under her nose to wake her. snack bar LDëåôâ=Ä^WL snackbar le snack Chris had a cup of coffee at the snack bar. sniff LëåfÑL snuffen renifler Stop sniffing and blow your nose. soldier LDë]räÇw]L soldaat le soldat There are around 1000 soldiers in the capital city tonight. speak up L?ëéáWâ=D¾éL harder praten parler plus fort Speak up or they won't hear you at the back of the room. specialist LDëéÉp]äfëíL specialist le (la) spécialiste She works as a cancer specialist at the local hospital. speech LëéáWípL toespraak le discours The President will make a speech to Congress later today. spoilt for choice L?ëélfäí=Ñ]=DíplfëL niet meer weten wat je moet kiezen avoir l'embarras du choix There were so many meals on the menu we were spoilt for choice. sport LëélWíL sport le sport I like to play most sports, but basketball is my favourite. sticky LDëífâáL netelig collant Things are getting a bit sticky we're under attack all the time. street cleaner LDëíêáWí=?âäáWå]L gemeentereiniging le balayeur de rue The streets were so filthy the street cleaners went on strike. stressful LDëíêÉëÑ]äL stressvol stressant Pilots have a stressful job. stunt Lëí¾åíL stunt la cascade There's a great stunt in which his car has to jump across a 15 metre gap. stuntman LDëí¾åíãôåL stuntman le cascadeur In the film the stuntman had to jump out of a burning building. stuntwoman LDëí¾åí?ïrã]åL stuntvrouw la cascadeuse The stuntwoman will crash the car into the building. suspect LDë¾ëéÉâíL verdachte le suspect, la suspecte Two suspects were arrested today in connection with the robbery. sympathetic L?ëfãé]DqÉífâL meevoelend compatissant My parents weren't very sympathetic when I told them I had no money left. take a day off L?íÉfâ=]=ÇÉf=DflÑL een dagje vrij nemen prendre un jour de congé Take a day off work if you're not feeling well. take sth down L?íÉfâ=ë¾ãqfÏ=DÇ~råL iets opschrijven noter qqch. I answered the phone and took down a message for Marta. talented LDíôä]åífÇL getalenteerd talentueux She's a very talented musician and composer. tattoo Lí]DíìWI=íôDíìWL tatoeëren tatouer He asked them to tattoo a lion on his chest. taxi driver LDíôâëá=?Çê~fî]L taxichauffeur le (la) chauffeur de taxi She asked the taxi driver to take her to the station. tear sb apart L?íÉ]=ë¾ãÄ]Çá=]Dé^WíL iemand verscheuren déchirer Her son's death tore her apart. tolerant LDíflä]ê]åíL tolerant tolérant We should be tolerant of other people's beliefs. tourism LDír]êfò]ãL toerisme le tourisme The island's main industry is tourism. travel LDíêôî]äL reizen voyager He wants to work in travel after he leaves school. travel agent LDíêôî]ä=?ÉfÇw]åíL reisbureau l'agence de voyage We went to a travel agent's on the High Street. trend LíêÉåÇL tendens la tendance There's a trend toward more part-time employment. turn up at L?í Wå=D¾é=]íI=ôíL komen opdagen se présenter à He turned up at the wedding although he hadn't been invited. understanding L?¾åÇ]DëíôåÇfÏL begrip la compréhension My understanding of computers is very limited. vet LîÉíL dierenarts le(la) vétérinaire I took the dog to the vet for an injection. window cleaner LDïfåÇ]r=?âäáWå]L glazenwasser le laveur de vitre The window cleaner cleaned my windows inside and out! workaholic L?ï Wâ]DÜfläfâL werkverslaafde personne qui travaille tout le temps He's a workaholic and is hardly ever at home. write down L?ê~fí=DÇ~råL opschrijven noter I'll read out the numbers, you write them down. Module 9 accumulated L]DâàìWãàräÉfífÇL opgehoopt accumulé The accumulated dust and dirt filled two bin bags. adventurous L]ÇDîÉåíp]ê]ëL avontuurlijk aventureux, audacieux Andy is a very adventurous rock-climber. aerobics LÉ]Dê]rÄfâëL aerobics l'aérobic Are you going to aerobics tonight? allergy LDôä]ÇwáL allergie l'allergie He has an allergy to cats. anyway LDÉåáïÉfL toch de toute façon Catherine wasn't sure the book was the right one, but she bought it anyway. application for L?ôéäfDâÉfp]å=Ñ]I=ÑlWL sollicitatie voor la candidature à She sent in an application for a job in the newsroom. apply for L]Déä~f=Ñ]I=ÑlWL aanvragen postuler He applied for a grant to study at Oxford University. article LD^Wífâ]äL artikel l'article I read an interesting article about drugs. association L]?ë]rëáDÉfp]åI=]?ë]rpá-L band l'association, le lien Her family has strong associations with Scotland. association for sb L]?ë]rëáDÉfp]åI=]?ë]rpá-L associatie voor iemand lien, évocation Morocco has strong associations for me. asylum L]Dë~fä]ãL asiel l'asile When he arrived in Britain he applied for political asylum. 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