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BK
1st ed.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 2003
vi,309 s. : il.

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ISBN 0-521-66435-7 (brož.)
New edition
Další názvový údaj z obálky: self-study and classroom use
Obsahuje ilustrace, tabulky, úvod, klíč, rejstřík
Angličtina - zásoba slovní - učebnice
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Contents // Introduction vi // Using this book 1 // Phonemic symbols 3 // Effective vocabulary learning // 1 Learning vocabulary - general advice: What do you need to learn? What does learning a new word mean? Can you learn just by reading or listening to English? How are you going to plan your learning? // 2 Learning vocabulary - aids to learning bubble diagram, word fork // 3 Organising a vocabulary notebook tree diagram, word-class // 4 The names of English language words adjective, syllable, collocation // 5 Using your dictionary usage, synonym, pronunciation // 6 Revising vocabulary active and receptive vocabulary, fix in your memory // 7 Guessing and explaining meaning context, clues, it’s a bit like // Word formation // 8 Suffixes -er, -or, -ness // 9 Prefixes in-, ex-, mis- // 10 Roots -sped-, -port-, -vert- // 11 Abstract nouns excitement, generosity, wisdom // 12 Compound adjectives air-conditioned, off-peak, sugar-free // 13 Compound nouns (1) noun + noun baby-sitter, sunglasses, junk mail // 14 Compound nouns (2) verb + preposition cutback, turnover, outlook // 15 Words from other languages ballerina, yoghurt, judo // 16 Abbreviations and acronyms UN, ID, fridge // 17 New words in English video jockey, surfing the net, shopaholic // Words and pronunciation // 18 Words commonly mispronounced doubt, hiccough, sword // 19 Onomatopoeic words clink, tinkle, splash // 20 Homonyms wait, weight; row /гао/ and row /гэи/ // Connecting and linking words // 21 Time as
soon as, while, afterwards // 22 Condition unless, provided that, no matter // 23 Cause, reason, purpose and result gave rise to, with the aim of // 24 Concession and contrast although, admittedly, on the other hand // 25 Addition in addition, likewise, as well as // 26 Text-referring words situation, aspect, issue // 27 Discourse markers in speech well, let me see, hang on // 28 Discourse markers in writing firstly, in conclusion // Countables and uncountables // 29 Uncountable nouns travel, luggage, knowledge // 30 Words that only occur in the plural headquarters, binoculars, scissors // English Vocabulary in Use (Upper-intermediate) iii // 31 Countable and uncountable nouns with different meanings a glass, glass; a hair, hair // 32 Collective nouns crowd, ßock, range // 33 Making uncountable nouns countable a bit of advice, a flash of lightning, some spots of rain // 34 Containers and contents a tube of toothpaste, a jar of jam, a box of matches Topics // 35 Countries, nationalities and languages Brazil, Japanese, Arabic // 36 The weather drought, stifling, chilly // 37 Describing people: appearance wavy hair, freckles, plump // 38 Describing people: character down-to-earth, broad-minded, eccentric // 39 Relationships colleague, acquaintance, to fancy someone // 40 At home bungalow, attic, table mat // 41 Everyday problems power cut, to leak, stained // 42 Global problems to erupt, injured, earthquake // 43 Education degree, tutorial, to pass an exam // 44 Work union representative,
redundant, shift work // 45 Sport billiards, high jump, fencing // 46 The arts sculpture, novel, performance // 47 Music track, hit, backing // 48 Food aubergine, spicy, bake // 49 The environment island, glacier, polluted // 50 Towns art gallery, traffic jam, population // 51 The natural world nest, hedgehog, harvest // 52 Clothes cardigan, collar, striped // 53 Health and medicine sore throat, prescribe, tablets // 54 Travel ferry, overtake, supersonic // 55 Holidays timeshare, sightseeing, breath-taking // 56 Numbers and shapes triangle, sphere, odd and even // 57 Science and technology mobile phone, microwave, genetic engineering // 58 Computers and the Internet modem, surf the Web // 59 The press and the media tabloid, aerial, soap opera // 60 Politics and public institutions independence, House of Commons, elect // 61 Crime burglary, blackmail, verdict // 62 Money - buying, selling and paying earn, current account, overdrawn // Feelings and actions // 63 Belief and opinion maintain, point of view, intellectual // 64 Pleasant and unpleasant feelings grateful, frustration, worrying // 65 Like, dislike and desire adore, loathe, devoted // 66 Speaking whisper, grumble, guiltily // 67 The six senses glance, fragrant, telepathy // 68 What your body does yawn, snore, chew // Basic concepts // 69 Number, quantity, degree and intensity considerable, a great deal, dozens of // 70 Time for the time being, temporary, to last // 71 Distances and dimensions length, faraway, stretch
iv English Vocabulary in Use (Upper-intermediate) // 72 Obligation, need, possibility and probability compulsory, exempt, shortage // 73 Sound and light racket, twinkle, sombre // 74 Possession, giving and lending estate, property, allocate // 75 Movement and speed flutter, crawl, rate // 76 Texture, brightness, weight and density prickly, dazzling, hollow // 77 Success, failure and difficulty manage, compromise, cope // Idiomatic expressions // 78 Idioms and fixed expressions - general under the weather, to have seen better days // 79 Everyday expressions come to think of it, that’s that, as far as I’m concerned // 80 Similes as good as gold, like a red rag to a bull // 81 Binomials rough and ready, peace and quiet, sooner or later // 82 Idioms describing people quick off the mark, round the bend, a lazy-bones // 83 Idioms describing feelings or mood in high spirits, in a black mood, scared stiff // 84 Idioms describing problematic situations to take a back seat, the tide has turned, to bury // the hatchet // 85 Idioms connected with praise and criticism knock spots off, on the ball, pick holes in // 86 Idioms connected with using language talk shop, a talking-point, long-winded // 87 Miscellaneous idioms to pay through the nose, to have something on the brain // 88 Proverbs Don’t put all your eggs in one basket // Phrasal verbs and verb-based expressions // 89 Expressions with do and make do housework, do up, make a mistake, make up // 90 Expressions with bring and take
bring down, bring to light, take after, take for granted // 91 Expressions with get get by, get out of bed on the wrong side // 92 Expressions with set and put set off, set one’s heart on, put up with, put two and two together // 93 Expressions with come and go come across, come to an end, go off, as far as it goes // 94 Miscellaneous expressions run out of, see your way to, break someone’s heart // Varieties of English // 95 Formal and informal words (1) offspring, children, kids // 96 Formal and informal words (2) slang, wally, cool // 97 US English semester, panty-hose, wash up // 98 Other Englishes loch, Aussie, pad // 99 Headline English axe, hit, vow // 100 The language of signs and notices refrain, admission // Answer key 204 // Index 281 // Acknowledgements 309 // English Vocabulary in Use (Upper-intermediate) v

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