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C

cab (n)

cabbage (n)

cabin (n)

cable (n)

café/cafe (n)

cage (n)

cake (n)

calculator (n)

calendar (n)

call (n & v)

call for (phr v)

• I’ll call for you at 7.

call in (phr v)

• She called in to see a friend.

calm (adj)

camel (n)

camera (n)

camp (n & v)

campsite (n)

can (n)

canal (n)

cancel (v)

candidate (n)

candle (n)

canteen (n)

cap (n)

capital (adj)

capital city

• capital letter

captain (n)

car (n)

carry out (phr v)

car park (n)

card (n)

• birthday card

• credit card

• identity (ID) card

• playing card

cardboard (adj & n)

care (n & v)

• take care of someone (n)

• to care (about/for) someone/something

(v)

career (n)

carpet (n)

carrot (n)

carry (v)

carry on (phr v)

• He carried on walking despite the rain.

cartoon (n)

case (n)

• suitcase

cash (n & v)

cassette (n)

cassette player/recorder (n)

castle (n)

cat (n)

catch (v)

cathedral (n)

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cauliflower (n)

cause (n & v)

cave (n)

CD (n)

CD-Rom (n)

ceiling (n)

celebrate (v)

celebration (n)

celery (n)

cellar (n)

cent (n)

centimetre (cm) (n)

central (adj)

central heating (n)

centre (n)

century (n)

cereal (n)

certain (adj)

certificate (n)

chain (n)

chair (n & v)

chalk (n)

challenge (n & v)

champion (n)

chance (n)

change (n & v)

changing room (n)

channel (n)

chapter (n)

character (n)

charge (n & v)

chat (n)

cheap (adj)

cheat (v)

check (n & v)

check in (phr v)

• They checked in to a hotel.

check out (phr v)

• He checked out of the hotel at the end

of his stay.

checkout (n)

cheerful (adj)

cheers! (exclam)

cheese (n)

chef (n)

chemist (n)

chemistry (n)

cheque (n)

chess (n)

chest (n)

chicken (n)

chief (adj)

child (n)

childhood (n)

chimney (n)

chin (n)

chips (n)

chocolate (n)

choice (n)

choose (v)

church (n)

cinema (n)

circle (n)

circus (n)

city (n)

clap (v)

class (n)

• language class

• first class, second class

classical (adj)

• classical music

classroom (n)

clean (adj & v)

clear (adj & v)

clever (adj)

click (v)

cliff (n)

climate (n)

climb (v)

clinic (n)

cloakroom (n)

clock (n)

close (adj, adv & v)

cloth (n)

clothes (n pl)

cloud (n)

club (n)

• to join a club

coach (n)

coal (n)

coast (n)

coat (n)

cocoa (n)

coconut (n)

coffee (n)

coin (n)

cola (n)

cold (adj & n)

collar (n)

colleague (n)

collect (v)

collection (n)

college (n)

colour (n & v)

comb (n & v)

come (v)

come down (phr v)

• The house had come down in price.

come on (phr v)

• Come on or we'll miss the bus.

comedy (n)

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comedian (n)

comfort (n)

comfortable (adj)

comic (adj & n)

command (v)

commercial (adj)

committee (n)

common (adj)

• a common surname

• have something in common

communicate (v)

communication (n)

compact (adj)

company (n)

compare (v)

comparison (n)

compete (n)

competition (n)

complain (v)

complaint (n)

complete (v)

complicated (adj)

composition (n)

computer (n)

concentrate (v)

concert (n)

conclusion (n)

condition (n)

in good condition

conference (n)

confident (adj)

confirm (v)

congratulations! (exclam)

connect (v)

connection (n)

consider (v)

consist (v)

consul (n)

consulate (n)

contact (n & v)

contain (v)

contents (n)

continent (n)

continue (v)

contract (n)

control (n & v)

convenient (adj)

conversation (n)

cook (n & v)

cooker (n)

cookie (n) (Am Eng)

cool (adj & v)

copy (n & v)

corn (n)

corner (n)

correct (adj & v)

correction (n)

corridor (n)

cost (n & v)

costume (n)

cottage (n)

cotton (n)

cough (n & v)

count (v)

country (n)

countryside (n)

couple (n)

courage (n)

course (n)

• English course

• main course

• of course (exclam)

court (n)

• law court

• tennis court

cousin (n)

cover (n & v)

cow (n)

crash (n & v)

crazy (adj)

cream (adj & n)

create (v)

creative (adj)

creature (n)

credit (n)

• credit card

crew (n)

crime (n)

criminal (n)

cross (n & v)

crossing (n)

• pedestrian crossing

cross out (phr v)

• Cross it out and write it again.

crossroads (n)

crowd (n)

crowded (adj)

crown (n)

cruel (adj)

cruise (v)

cry (n & v)

cucumber (n)

cultural (adj)

culture (n)

cup (n)

cupboard (n)

cure (n & v)

curious (adj)

curly (adj)

currency (n)

current (adj)

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curriculum (n)

curriculum vitae/CV (n)

curry (n)

curtain (n)

curve (n & v)

cushion (n)

custom (n)

customs (n pl)

customs officer (n)

customer (n)

cut (n & v)

cut up (phr v)

• She cut up the cake into small pieces.

cute (adj)

cycle (n & v)

D

dad (n)

daddy (n)

daily (adj & adv)

damage (n & v)

damp (adj)

dance (n & v)

danger (n)

dangerous (adj)

dark (adj & n)

date (n & v)

• today’s date (n)

daughter (n)

day (n)

dead (adj)

deaf (adj)

deal (with) (v)

dear (adj & exclam)

too dear to buy (adj)

• Dear Sir (adj)

• Oh dear! (exclam)

death (n)

decide (v)

decimal (adj & n)

decision (n)

declare (v)

deck (n)

• the deck of a boat

decrease (n & v)

deejay / DJ (n)

deep (adj & adv)

defeat (n & v)

defence (n)

defend (v)

definitely (adv)

degree (n)

• 90 degrees

• a degree in maths

delay (n & v)

delighted (adj)

deliver (v)

delivery (n)

demand (n & v)

demonstration (n)

dentist (n)

depart (v)

department (n)

departure (n)

depend (v)

• It depends on what you want to do.

deposit (n)

• pay a deposit

depressed (adj)

depth (n)

• the depth of the water

describe (v)

description (n)

desert (n)

deserve (v)

design (n & v)

desk (n)

despite (prep)

dessert (n)

destination (n)

destroy (v)

detail (n)

detective (n)

develop (v)

diagram (n)

dial (v)

diary (n)

dictionary (n)

die (v)

diet (n & v)

differ (v)

difference (n)

different (adj)

difficult (adj)

difficulty (n)

dig (v)

digital (adj)

dining room (n)

dinner (n)

diploma (n)

direct (adj & v)

direction (n)

director (n)

directory (n)

a telephone directory

dirt (n)

disabled (adj)

disadvantage (n)

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disagree (v)



disappear (v)

disappoint (v)

disc/disk (n)

• compact disc/CD

• hard disk

• floppy disk

disco(theque) (n)

discount (n)

discover (v)

discuss (v)

discussion (n)

disease (n)

disgusting (adj)

dish (n)

dishwasher (n)

dislike (n & v)

display (n & v)

distance (n)

distant (adj)

district (n)

disturb (v)

dive (v)

divide (v)

dizzy (adj)

do (v)

doctor/Dr (n)

document (n)

documentary (adj & n)

dog (n)

doll (n)

dollar (n)

dolphin (n)

door (n)

double (adj)

doubt (n & v)

down (adv & prep)

download (n & v)

downstairs (adv)

dozen (n)

drama (n)

draw (v)

• to draw a picture of someone or

something

• to draw the curtains

• to draw near

drawer (n)

dream (n & v)

dress (n & v)

dressing (n)

drink (n & v)

drive (n & v)

driving licence (n)

drop (n & v)

drugstore (n) (Am Eng)

drum (n)

dry (adj & v)

dry cleaning (n)

duck (n)

due (adj)

• The next bus is due in five minutes.

due to (prep phr)

dull (adj)

during (prep)

dust (n & v)

dustbin (n)

duty (n)

duty-free (adj)

duvet (n)

DVD (n)

DVD player (n)



E

each (det & pron)

ear (n)

earache (n)

early (adj)

earn (v)

earring (n)

earth (n)

east (adj, adv & n)

eastern (adj)

easy (adj)

eat (v)

economics (n)

edge (n)

educate (v)

education (n)

effect (n)

efficient (adj)

effort (n)

egg (n)

either (adv, det, pron & conj)

elderly (n & adj)

elect (v)

election (n)

electric (adj)

electrical (adj)

electricity (n)

electronic (adj)

elementary (adj)

elephant (n)

else (adv)

email (n & v)

embarrassed (adj)

embarrassing (adj)

embassy (n)

emergency (n)

employ (v)

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employee (n)

employment (n)

empty (adj & v)

encourage (v)

end (n & v)

end up (phr v)

enemy (n)

engaged (adj)

• to be engaged to someone

• The phone was engaged.

engine (n)

engineer (n)

enjoy (v)

enormous (adj)

enough (adv, det & pron)

enquiry (n)

enter (v)

entertain (v)

entertaining (adj)

entertainment (n)

entrance (n)

entry (n)

envelope (n)

environment (n)

equal (adj)

equipment (n)

escalator (n)

escape (n & v)

especially (adv)

essay (n)

essential (adj)

euro/Euro (n)

even (adv)

• He couldn't even do that.

evening (n)

event (n)

ever (adv)

every (adj)

everybody (pron)

everyone (pron)

everything (pron)

everywhere (adv)

exact (adj)

examine (v)

examination/exam (n)

example (n)

excellent (adj)

except (prep, conj)

excitement (n)

exchange (n)

an exchange visit

• in exchange for

exchange (v)

exchange rate (n)

excited (adj)

exciting (adj)

excuse (n & v)

exercise (n & v)

exhibition (n)

exist (v)

exit (n)

expect (v)

expedition (n)

expensive (adj)

experience (n)

experiment (n & v)

expert (n)

explain (v)

explanation (n)

explode (v)

explore (v)

extra (adj & adv)

extraordinary (adj)

extremely (adv)

eye (n)

F

face (n)

• a sad look on his face

facility (n)

• The hotel has excellent facilities.

fact (n)

factory (n)

fail (v)

failure (n)

faint (adj & v)

fair (adj & n)

fairly (adv)

faithfully (adv)

fall (n & v)



(n) (Am Eng) (Br Eng: autumn)

false (adj)

familiar (with) (adj)

family (n)

famous (adj)

fan (n)

fantastic (adj)

far (adv)

fare (n)

• The return fare is £26.

farm (n & v)

fascinate (v)

fashion (n)

fast (adj & adv)

fasten (v)

fat (adj & n)

father (n)

fault (n)

favour (n)

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favourite (adj & n)

fax (n & v)

fear (n)

fee (n)

feed (v)

feel (v)

feel like (v)

• to feel like doing something

female (adj)

fence (n)

ferry (n)

festival (n)

fetch (v)

fever (n)

few (adj)

fiancé(e) (n)

fiction (n)

field (n)

fight (n & v)

figure (n)

fill (v)

fill in (phr v)

• You need to fill in a form.

fill up (phr v)

• He filled up the car with petrol.

film (n & v)

film maker (n)

film star (n)

final (adj & n)

financial (adj)

find (v)

find out (phr v)

• I must find out when he’s arriving.

fine (adj, n & v)

finger (n)

finish (n & v)

fire (n)

firefighter (n)

firm (adj & n)

• firm ground (adj)

• a good firm to work for (n)

first (adj, adv & pron)

• first name (adj)

• first of all (adv)

• He was the first. (pron)

fish (n & v)

fit (adj & v)

• keep fit (adj)

• These shoes don't fit. (v)

fitness (n)

fix (v)

flag (n)

flat (adj & n)

flight (n)

flight attendant (n)

float (v)

flood (n & v)

floor (n)

flour (n)

flow (n & v)

flower (n)

flu (n)

flute (n)

fly (n & v)

fog (n)

fold (v)

folk (adj & n)

follow (v)

following (adj)

fond (adj)

• to be fond of something/someone

food (n)

fool (n)

foot (n)

football (n)

for (prep)

forbid (v)

force (n)

forecast (n & v)

foreign (adj)

foreigner (n)

forest (n)

forever (adv)

forget (v)

forgive (v)

fork (n)

form (n)

former (adj)

fortnight (n)

fortunately (adv)

forward(s) (adv)

fountain (n)

free (adj)

freeze (v)

freezer (n)

French fries (n) (Am Eng)

frequent (adj)

fresh (adj)

fridge (n)

friend (n)

frighten (v)

from (prep)

front (adj & n)

frontier (n)

frost (n)

fruit (n)

fry (v)

frying pan (n)

fuel (n)

full (adj)

full time (adv)

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full-time (adj)

fun (n)

funny (adj)

• a funny story (amusing)

• a funny thing happened (strange)

furnished (adj)

furniture (n)

further (adv & adj)

future (adj & n)

G

gallery (n)

an art gallery

gain (v)

• gain experience

game (n)

gap (n)

garage (n)

garden (n)

gas (n)

• a gas cooker

• to put some gas in the car (Am Eng)



(Br Eng: petrol)

gate (n)

general (adj)

generation (n)

generous (adj)

gentle (adj)

gentleman (n)

geography (n)

get (v)

get along (with) (phr v)

• How do you get along with Harry?

get back (phr v)

• When did you get back from New

York?


get down (phr v)

• Get down at once!

• Did you get all the notes down?

get in (phr v)

• Can you get in through the window?

get off (phr v)

• We get off at the next stop.

get on (phr v)

• Get your coat on and then we can

leave.


• How are you getting on now?

get on (with) (phr v)

• She got on with her work.

• I’m getting on well with French.

• Do you get on well with Sam?

get rid of (phr v)

get up (phr v)

• What time do you get up in the

morning?

gift (n)

giraffe (n)

girl (n)

girlfriend (n)

give (v)

give back (phr v)

• Give me back this book on Tuesday,

please.

give in (phr v)



• Have you given in your homework yet?

• Do you give in?

give out (phr v)

• Will you give out these papers for me,

please?

give up (phr v)



• Has David given up playing tennis?

give way (phr v)

• You must give way to traffic at a

roundabout.

glad (adj)

glance (n & v)

glass (n)

glasses (n pl)

global warming (n)

glove (n)

go (v)

go for (phr v)

• He went for the job.

• The dog went for the man.

go off (phr v)

• They went off to Australia.

• Suddenly the lights went off.

go on (phr v)

• The meeting went on until six o'clock.

• What's going on?

go out (phr v)

• The fire has gone out.

• Are you going out with Thomas

tonight?


go with (phr v)

• Your tie doesn't go with your shirt.

goal (n)

goat (n)

gold (adj & n)

golf (n)

good (adj)

• The film was very good.

• to be good at maths

goodbye (exclam)

good-looking (adj)

goodnight (exclam)

goods (n pl)

govern (v)

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government (n)



grade (n)

gram(me) (n)

grammar (n)

grandchild (n)

grand(d)ad (n)

granddaughter (n)

grandfather (n)

grandma (n)

grandmother (n)

grandpa (n)

grandparent (n)

grandson (n)

grant (n)

• He was given a grant to study in

Australia. (n)

grape (n)

grass (n)

grateful (adj)

great (adj)

green (adj)

greengrocer (n)

grey (adj)

grill (n & v)

grocer (n)

ground (adj & n)

group (n & v)

grow (v)

grow up (phr v)

• Children grow up fast.

guard (n & v)

guess (n & v)

guest (n)

guest-house (n)

guide (n & v)

guidebook (n)

guilty (adj)

guitar (n)

gum (n)

• chewing gum

• sore gums

gun (n)

guy (n)

gym(nastics) (n)



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