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1st ed.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 2004
vi, 263 s. : il. ; 27 cm

ISBN 0-521-01171-X (brož.)
ISBN 978-0-521-01171-6 (dotisk ; brož.)
New edition
Další názvová informace z obálky: self-study and classroom use
Obsahuje ilustrace, tabulky, úvod, klíč, rejstřík
10. dotisk 2007
Angličtina - zásoba slovní - učebnice
Contents // Introduction vi // Using this book 1 // Learning // 1 Learning and revising with this book have a routine, revision, say the word aloud // 2 Keeping a vocabulary notebook record, the most important thing is ... // 3 Using a dictionary look up a word, guess the meaning // 4 English language words adjective, phrasal verb, question mark // 5 Classroom language board pen, share a book, swap places // Word formation // 6 Prefixes un-, in-, im-, dis- // 7 Noun suffixes -ment, -ity, -ness, -tion // 8 Adjective suffixes -able, -ive, -al, -y // 9 Nouns and verbs with the same form guess/to guess, kiss/to kiss, rest/to rest // 10 Compound nouns traffic light, tin opener, credit card, film star // 11 Compound adjectives easy-going, well-known, part-time // Phrase building // 12 Collocation (word partners) miss the bus, a soft drink, fast asleep // 13 Idioms and fixed expressions never mind, go ahead, take it in turns // 14 Verb or adjective + preposition depend on, belong to, interested in // 15 Preposition + noun by train, on the radio, in a hurry // 16 Apologies, excuses and thanks sorry I’m late, I got held up, thanks a lot // 17 Requests, invitations and suggestions Could you ...? How about ...? if you like // 18 Opinions, agreeing and disagreeing What do you think of... і a brilliant idea // 19 Likes, preferences and interests I quite like, and that sort of thing, I’d rather // 20 Frequently asked questions How’s it going? What’s the matter? // 21 Common responses I hope
so, that sounds great, what a shame // 22 Greetings, farewells and special expressions Nice to meet you, see you soon, good luck // 23 Phrasal verbs (1): form and meaning wake up, find out, run out of sth // 24 Phrasal verbs (2): grammar and style take sth off, grow up, break down // 25 Have and have got have a rest, I’ve got a headache, have a look // 26 Make, do and take make a mistake, do homework, take a photo // 27 Give, keep, break, see give sb a ring, break a record, I see // 28 Leave, catch and let leave a message, catch a bus, let sb know // 29 Get: uses and expressions get dressed, get married, get on with // 30 Go: uses and expressions go for a drink, have a go, go deaf // 31 The senses it looks nice, it feels like wool, don’t touch // 32 Partitives: a bag of ..., a bit of ... a cup of coffee, a bit of luck, a pair of shoes // Parts of speech (special problems) // 33 Uncountable nouns and plural nouns information (U), trousers (pi) // 34 Verbs + -ing form or infinitive enjoy + -ing, refuse + infinitive // 35 Verb patterns advise him to go ..., suggest (that) we leave // 36 Adjectives boring or bored, big or enormous // 37 Prepositions: place at the bus stop, on the floor, past the castle // 38 Adverbs: frequency and degree I rarely go, I quite often drive, rather good // Connecting and linking // 39 Time and sequence as soon as, while, eventually // 40 Addition and contrast as well, although, however // 41 Similarities, differences, comparisons, exceptions very
similar, compared with, apart from // 42 Reason, purpose, result, condition so, because of, so that, therefore, unless Topics // The world around us // 43 The physical world round the world, Sahara Desert, floods // 44 Weather heavy rain, a strong wind, lightning // 45 Animals and insects pets, elephants, in the wild, protect // 46 Countries, nationality and language Poland, the Far East, the French, in general // People // 47 The body and what it can do elbow, neck, breathe in, shake hands // 48 Describing people’s appearance good-looking, tall and slim, fair hair // 49 Describing character shy, show your feelings, a sense of humour // 50 Human feelings and actions angry, proud of, glance at, have a stroll // 51 Family and friends mother-in-law, close friend, ex-husband // 52 Ages and stages childhood, go to university, in your twenties // Daily life // 53 Daily routines fall asleep, have a shower, get to work // 54 The place where you live right in the centre, on the first floor, rent // 55 Around the home (1) spare room, lamp, cupboard, turn on the TV // 56 Around the home (2) pillows, have a wash, do the ironing // 57 Everyday problems spill, out of order, run out of bread // 58 Money £10 note, lend and borrow, can’t afford // 59 Health: illness I don’t feel well, flu, I get backache // 60 Health: physical injuries break an arm, go to hospital, painful // 61 Clothes skirt, earrings, put on a coat, too small // 62 Shops and shopping go shopping, department store, cash
desk // 63 Food peach, peel an orange, lamb, salad dressing // 64 Cooking and restaurants fresh bread, medium-rare, main course // 65 City life the rush hour, shopping centre, lively // 66 Life in the country rural area, on a farm, the nearest village // 67 On the road main road, turn left, break down // 68 Transport get on the bus, go by car, platform two // Work // 69 Work: duties, pay and conditions What do you do?, deal with, salary // 70 Jobs surgeon, design buildings, in the army // 71 The career ladder apply for a job, pay rise, work abroad // 72 In the office send e-mail, do paperwork, it isn’t working // 73 Business and finance interest rate, profit and loss, rise sharply // Leisure and entertainment // 74 Sport: ball games table tennis, pass the ball, win a game // 75 Sport and leisure swimming, go to the gym, support a team // 76 Cinema and theatre stage, third row, war film, violent, gripping // 77 Music composer, lead singer, hit single, latest CD // Communication and technology // 78 Newspapers daily paper, headline, according to ... // 79 Television switch over, soap opera, What’s on TV? // 80 On the phone mobile phone, wrong number, Is that Mary? // 81 Computers and the Internet hard disk, download, get online, browse // Social concerns // 82 Education: school primary school, geography, pass an exam // 83 Education: university engineering, do a degree, graduate, PhD // 84 Law and order illegal, break the law, arrest someone, guilty // 85 Crime shoplifting, robbery,
late at night, valuables // 86 Politics believe in democracy, left-wing, election // 87 Bureaucracy identity card, fill in, signature, date of birth // 88 Global problems pollution, destroy the planet, civil war // Tourism // 89 Air travel check-in desk, land, a two-hour delay // 90 Hotels and restaurants single room, pay the bill, Is dinner included? // 91 A sightseeing holiday in the city have a look round, guidebook, nightlife // 92 Holidays by the sea seaside resort, sunbathe, sandy beach // Notional concepts // 93 Time on Monday, since May, it takes an hour // 94 Numbers two million, one and a half, divide by three // 95 Distance, size and dimension a long way, too far, How wide is it? // 96 Shapes, colours and patterns a round table, a dark green skirt, yellowish // Varieties of English // 97 Notices and warnings sold out, no exit, mind the step, no parking // 98 Vague language a vague idea, things, stuff, a bit, roughly // 99 Formal and informal English buy vs purchase, kids vs children // 100 Abbreviations and abbreviated words CV, MP, e.g., etc., lab, fridge, bike // Answer key 204 // Phonemic symbols 242 // Pronunciation problems 243 // Index 244 // Acknowledgements 263

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