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Q

qualification (n)

qualify (v)

quality (n)

quantity (n)

quarter (n)

quay (n)

queen (n)

question (n)

• to ask a question

• the question being discussed (subject)

questionnaire (n)

queue (n & v)

quick (adj)

quiet (adj)

quit (v)

quite (adv)

• Are you quite sure?

• quite old

quiz (n)



R

rabbit (n)

race (n & v)

• to win a race (n)

• to race against fast runners (compete)

(v)

• to race home quickly (run) (v)

racket (n)

tennis racket

radio (n)

rail (n)

• to go by rail

railway (n)

rain (n & v)

raincoat (n)

rainforest (n)

raise (v)

• to raise your arm

• to raise prices

range (n)

rank (n)

• a taxi rank

rare (adj)

rarely (adv)

rather (adv & prep)

• rather earlier than usual (adv)

• I’d prefer to drink water rather than fruit

juice. (prep)

raw (adj)

• raw meat

razor (n)

reach (v)

read (v)

ready (adj)

real (adj)

realise (v)

• He realised it was true.

realistic (adj)

really (adv)

reason (n)

reasonable (adj)

receipt (n)

receive (v)

recent (adj)

reception (n)

recipe (n)

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recognise (v)

recommend (v)

• to recommend someone/something

record (n & v)

• to keep a record (n)

• to break a record (n)

• to record a song (v)

recording (n)

recover (v)

• to recover from an illness

recycle (v)

• I don’t recycle as much as I should.

recycled (adj)

recycling (n)

red (adj)

reduce (v)

refreshments (n)

refrigerator (n)

refund (n & v)

refuse (v)

regarding (prep)

region (n)

register (n & v)

• He took the class register. (n)

• He registered with a new doctor. (v)

registration (n)

regret (n & v)

regular (adj)

relation (n)

• to visit a relation

relationship (n)

relative (n)

• a relative came to stay

relax (v)

relaxation (n)

reliable (adj)

religion (n)

remain (v)

remember (v)

remind (v)

remove (v)

rent (n & v)

repair (n & v)

repeat (v)

replace (v)

reply (n & v)

report (n & v)

request (n & v)

require (v)

rescue (n & v)

research (n & v)

reservation (n)

reserve (n & v)

• She was a reserve for the team. (n)

• to reserve a seat (v)

respect (n & v)

responsible (adj)

rest (n & v)

• a rest from work (n)

• the rest of them (n)

• The doctor told her to rest. (v)

restaurant (n)

result (n)

retire (v)

return (n & v)

• to return home (v)

• a return (ticket) (n)

review (n & v)

revise (v)

reward (n & v)

rice (n)

rich (adj & n)

ride (n & v)

right (adj, adv & n)

• the right time (correct) (adj)

• the right person for the job (suitable)



(adj)

• my right foot (adj)

• Everything will be all right. (adj)

• Go right there. (directly) (adv)

• Fill it right to the top. (completely)

(adv)

• the right to vote (n)

ring (n & v)

• stand in a ring (n)

• a wedding ring (n)

• Give me a ring tomorrow. (phone) (n)

• Suddenly the bell rang. (v)

ring back (phr v)

ring off (phr v)

ring up (phr v)

ripe (adj)

rise (v)

• The sun rises in the East.

• Prices are rising.

river (n)

road (n)

roast (adj & v)

rob (v)

robbery (n)

rock (n)

• rock (music) (n)

• a hard piece of rock (n)

role (n)

roll (n & v)

• a roll of film (n)

• a bread roll (n)

• to roll into a ball (v)

roof (n)

room (n)

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• the sitting room

• There’s lots of room in here.

rose (n)

rough (adj)

• a rough road

• a rough idea

• rough work

round (adj, adv & prep)

• a round object (adj)

• the wrong way round (adv)

• to sit round a table (prep)

roundabout (n)

route (n)

row (n)

• a row of seats

rubber (adj & n)

rubber tyres (adj)

• a rubber (eraser) (n)

rubbish (n)

rude (adj)

rugby (n)

ruin (n)

rule (n & v)

• the rules of grammar (n)

• to rule a country (v)

ruler (n)

• draw a line using a ruler

run (v)

• to run in a race

• to run a business

run out of (phr v)

• He ran out of time and didn’t finish.



S

sad (adj)

safe (adj)

• to be safe from harm

safety (n)

sail (n & v)

salad (n)

salary (n)

sale (n)

salesman/saleswoman (n)

salt (n)

same (adj, pron & adv)

sand (n)

sandwich (n)

satisfactory (adj)

satisfied (adj)

saucer (n)

sausage (n)

save (v)

• to save someone

• to save money

• to save time

say (v)

• to say something to someone

• I really can’t say. (give an opinion)

scene (n)

scenery (n)

school (n)

science (n)

science fiction (n)

scientific (adj)

scientist (n)

scissors (n)

scooter (n)

score (n & v)

• The score was 3-0. (n)

• to score a goal (v)

scream (n & v)

screen (n)

sculpture (n)

sea (n)

search (n & v)

seaside (n)

season (n)

seat (n)

seat belt (n)

second (adj & n)

• to be second in the race (adj)

• sixty seconds in a minute (n)

secondary (adj)

• secondary school

secret (adj & n)

secretary (n)

security (n)

see (v)

• to see something (with the eyes)

• to see the joke (understand)

• to see someone about a problem

(consult)

seem (v)

seldom (adv)

select (v)

self-service (adj)

sell (v)

send (v)

sensible (adj)

sentence (n)

• words in a sentence

separate (adj & v)

series (n)

• a TV series

serious (adj)

• a serious person

• a serious illness

servant (n)

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serve (v)

• to serve in a shop

service (n)

• a bus service

• customer service

session (n)

• in a school, gym

set (v)

set free (phr v)

set off (phr v)

• She set off early for work.

set out (phr v)

• They set out on the long journey.

set up (phr v)

• Her mother helped her to set up in

business.

several (adj & det)

sew (v)

sex (n)

• the male/female sex

sh! (int)

shade (n)

• to sit in the shade

shadow (n)

shake (n & v)

shallow (adj)

shame (n)

shampoo (n)

shape (n)

share (n & v)

shark (n)

sharp (adj)

• a sharp knife

• a sharp corner

• a sharp picture

shave (n & v)

she (pron)

sheep (n)

sheet (n)

• sheets on a bed

• a sheet of paper

• information sheet

shelf (n)

shine (v)

ship (n)

shirt (n)

shock (n & v)

• to suffer from shock (n)

• The film shocked me. (v)

shoe (n)

shoot (v)

• to shoot at the goal

shop (n & v)

shop assistant (n)

shopkeeper (n)

shore (n)

short (adj)

shorts (n pl)

• a pair of shorts

shoulder (n)

shout (n & v)

show (n & v)

a film show (n)

• Show it to me. (v)

• The picture shows a village. (v)

• It shows that they care. (v)

shower (n)

• a shower of rain

• to have a shower

shut (adj & v)

shy (adj)

sick (adj)

side (n)

sight (n)

• Her sight is better with glasses.

• in sight, out of sight

sightseeing (n)

sign (n & v)

• a road sign (n)

• to sign a document (v)

• no sign of life (n)

• signs of winter (n)

signal (n & v)

signature (n)

signpost (n)

silence (n)

silent (adj)

silk (adj & n)

silly (adj)

silver (adj & n)

similar (adj)

simple (adj)

since (conj & prep)

sincerely (adv)

• Yours sincerely

sing (v)

single (n & adj)

• a single (ticket) to Cambridge (n)

• to be single (unmarried) (adj)

• a single room (adj)

sink (n & v)

• a kitchen sink (n)

• The ship began to sink. (v)

Sir (n)

sister (n)

sit (v)

site (n)

sitting room (n)

situated (adj)

situation (n)

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size (n)



skateboard (n & v)

ski (n & v)

skill (n)

skilled (adj)

skin (n)

skirt (n)

sky (n)

sleep (n & v)

sleeve (n)

slice (n)

slim (adj)

slip (v)

• to slip on the ice

slope (n)

• mountain/ski slope

slow (adj)

small (adj)

smart (adj)

• a smart idea (Am Eng)

• smart clothes

smell (n & v)

smile (n & v)

smoke (n & v)

smooth (adj)

• a smooth surface (level)

• a smooth ride in the new car

(comfortable)

snack (n)

snake (n)

snow (n & v)

snowball (n)

snowboard (n & v)

snowman (n)

snowstorm (n)

so (adv & conj)

so-so (adj)

soap (n)

social (adj)

society (n)

sock (n)

sofa (n)

soft (adj)

• a soft material

• a soft drink

software (n)

soil (n)

soldier (n)

solid (adj)

some (adj, det & pron)

somebody (pron)

someone (pron)

something (pron)

sometimes (adv)

somewhere (adv)

son (n)

song (n)

soon (adv)

• I’ll come soon.

• as soon as I can

sore (adj)

sorry (adj)

sort (n)

• the same sort

sort out (phr v)

• We need to sort out this problem.

sound (n & v)

• the sound of music (n)

• It sounds like/as if…(v)

soup (n)

sour (adj)

• a sour taste

south (adj & adv, n)

southeast (adj & n)

southwest (adj, adv & n)

souvenir (n)

space (n)

• a parking space

• write in the spaces

• not enough space

• outer space

spade (n)

spare (adj & v)

• spare cash, spare time (adj)

• to spare the time (v)

speak (v)

special (adj)

speech (n)

speed (n)

spell (v)

spend (v)

• to spend money/time

spill (v)

spinach (n)

spite (n)

• in spite of (prep phr)

spoil (v)

spoon (n)

sport (n)

spot (n)

spy (n & v)

square (adj & n)

• a square room (adj)

• a market square (n)

squash (n)

stadium (n)

staff (n)

stage (n)

• to perform on a stage

stain (n & v)

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stairs (n pl)

stall (n)

• market stall

stamp (n)

• a postage stamp

stand (v)

standard (n)

star (n)

stars in the sky (n)

• a film star (n)

start (n & v)

• a good start (n)

• to start a race (v)

state (adj & n)

• a state school (n)

statement (n)

station (n)

• a bus/fire/radio station

statue (n)

stay (n & v)

• to stay to dinner (v)

• to stay with friends (v)

• to stay looking young (v)

• a two-night stay (n)

stay behind (phr v)

• She stayed behind after the lesson to

speak to the teacher.

steak (n)

steal (v)

steam (n)

steel (n)

steep (adj)

step (n)

• two steps forward (n)

• to climb the steps (n)

stick (n & v)

• a walking stick (n)

• to stick two things together (v)

sticky (adj)

stiff (adj)

still (adv)

• Sit still. (adv)

• She’s still here. (adv)

stir (v)

stomach (n)

stone (n)

• a large stone

• a stone bridge

stop (n & v)

• a bus stop (n)

• The car stopped. (v)

• It’s stopped raining. (v)

• The rain stopped me from going out.

(v)

store (n & v)

• a department store (n)

• to store things in a cupboard (v)

storm (n)

story (n)

straight (adj & adv)

• to go straight on (adv)

• a straight road (adj)

strange (adj)

stranger (n)

strawberry (n)

stream (n)

street (n)

stress (n & v)

• to stress the importance of something



(v)

• He didn’t want the stress of a new job.



(n)

strict (adj)

strike (n & v)

• to go on strike (n)

• to strike something (v)

strong (adj)

student (n)

studio (n)

• TV/artists/recording studio

study (n & v)

• to study physics (v)

• to study the map (v)

• Social Studies (n)

stupid (adj)

style (n)

subject (n)

• the subject of a discussion

• the subject of a sentence

• a school subject

subtract (v)

subway (n)

• New York subway (Am Eng) (Br Eng:

underground)

succeed (v)

success (n)

such (adj & det)

sudden (adj)

sugar (n)

suggest (v)

suit (n)

• to wear a suit

suitable (adj)

suitcase (n)

sum (n)

sum up (v)

sun (n)

sunbathe (v)

sunlight (n)

sunrise (n)

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sunset (n)

sunshine (n)

supermarket (n)

supply (v)

support (v)

• to support a weight

• to support a team

suppose (v)

• I suppose it’s true.

• You aren’t supposed to drive fast.

• It’s supposed to be a good film.

sure (adj)

• I’m sure you’re right.

to make sure

surfing (n)

surname (n)

surprise (n & v)

surround (v)

• The cottage is surrounded by beautiful

countryside.

sweater (n)

sweatshirt (n)

sweep (v)

• to sweep the floor

sweet (adj & n)

• sweet food (adj)

• a sweet face (adj)

• a sweet smell (adj)

• to eat a sweet (n)

swim (n & v)

swimming costume (n)

swing (n & v)

• to play on a swing

• to swing backwards and forwards

switch (n & v)

• light switch (n)

• to switch on a machine (v)

system (n)



T

table (n)

table-cloth (n)

table-tennis (n)

tablet (n)

take (v)

• to take someone’s hand

• to take someone’s things (steal/

borrow)

• to take a photo



• to take a long time

• to take a holiday

take away (phr v)

• Take 15 away from 78.

take off (phr v)

• Do you want to take off your coat?

• The plane takes off at 6.

take part (in) (phr v)

• Everybody took part in the meeting.

take place (phr v)

• The meeting took place at six.

take up (phr v)

• He decided to take up a new hobby.

talent (n)

talk (n & v)

tall (adj)

tap (n)

• a cold-water tap (n)

tape (adj, n & v)

• a tape recorder (adj)

• a cassette tape (n)

• to tape a conversation (v)

taste (n & v)

• to have good taste (n)

• to taste food (v)

• It tastes good. (v)

tax (n & v)

taxi (n)

tea (n)

teach (v)

team (n)

tear (n)

• Tears ran down her cheeks.

tear (v)

• to tear a piece of paper

technique (n)

technology (n)

teenage (n)

telegram (n)

telephone (n & v)

television (TV) (n)

tell (v)

• to tell a story

• to tell someone something

• to tell someone to do something

• you can’t always tell

temperature (n)

• to have a temperature

• air temperature

temporary (adj)

tennis (n)

tent (n)

term (n)

terminal (n)

terrible (adj)

test (n & v)

text (n)

than (conj & prep)

thank (v)

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thank you (int)

thanks (n)

that (adv, conj, det & pron)

theft (n)

their (det)

theirs (pron)

them (pron)

themselves (pron)

then (adv)

there (adv & pron)

therefore (adv)

thermometer (n)

these (det & pron)

they (pron)

thick (adj)

thief (n)

thin (adj)

thing (n)

think (v)

• to think about something

• I think he’s left.

• What did you think of the film?

• I think I’ll go.

• I’m thinking of going.

thirst (n)

this (det & pron)

those (det & pron)

though (conj & adv)

thought (n)

• to have thoughts about something

• to be deep in thought

thriller (n)

throat (n)

through (prep)

throughout (prep)

throw (v)

throw away (phr v)

• He threw away the old TV.

thumb (n)

thunder (n)

thunderstorm (n)

tick (n & v)

ticket (n)

tidy (adj & v)

tidy up (phr v)

• Please tidy up when you’ve finished.

tie (n & v)

• a shirt and tie (n)

• to tie with string (v)

tiger (n)

tight (adj)

• tight shoes

tights (n pl)

• a pair of tights

till (conj & prep)

to wait till the end (prep)

• till he comes (conj)

time (n)

• What time is it?

• It took a long time.

• the last time

• Is it time yet?

• Four times five is twenty.

timetable (n)

tin (n)

• a tin of peas

• made of tin

tin-opener (n)

tiny (adj)

tip (n)

• the tip of the pencil

• a tip for the waitress

tired (adj)

title (n)

to (prep)

toast (n)

• toast for breakfast

today (adv & n)

toe (n)

together (adv)

toilet (n)

tomato (n)

tomorrow (adv & n)

ton(ne) (n)

tongue (n)

tonight (adv & n)

too (adv)

• I’ve been there, too.

• It’s too heavy to lift.

tool (n)

tooth/teeth (n)

toothache (n)

toothbrush (n)

toothpaste (n)

top (n)

• top of the class

• at the top of his voice

topic (n)

total (adj & n)

touch (v)

tour (n & v)

tourism (n)

tourist (n)

toward(s) (prep)

towel (n)

tower (n)

town (n)

toy (n)

track (n)

• a race track

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track suit (n)



trade (n)

traditional (adj)

traffic (n)

traffic jam (n)

traffic light(s) (n)

train (n & v)

• to travel by train

• to train in a skill

trainers (n pl)

• a pair of trainers

tram (n)

transfer (v)

translate (v)

translation (n)

transport (n & v)

travel (v)

travel agent (n)

traveller’s cheque (n)

tree (n)

trip (n)

• a weekend trip

trouble (n)

trousers (n pl)

truck (Am Eng) (Br Eng: lorry)

true (adj)

• Is it true?

• a true friend

trumpet (n)

trust (v)

• to trust someone

truth (n)

try (v)

• to try to do something

• to try (out) something

try on (v)

• to try on shoes

T-shirt (n)

tube (n)

• a tube of toothpaste

tune (n)

tunnel (n)

turkey (n)

turn (n & v)

• to turn your head (v)

• to turn the page (v)

• It’s my turn. (n)

• The wheels began to turn. (v)

turn down (phr v)

• Could you turn down the music?

turn into (phr v)

• The water had turned into ice.

turn off (phr v)

• She turned off the engine.

turn on (phr v)

• Can you turn on the TV?

turn out (phr v)

• He turned out the lights.

turn up (phr v)

• Turn up the radio - I can hardly hear it.

turning (n)

• the first turning on the left

twice (adv)

twin (n)

type (n & v)

• a type of person (n)

• to type a letter (v)

typical (adj)

tyre (n)



U

ugly (adj)

umbrella (n)

unable (adj)

uncle (n)

under (prep)

• under the bed

• under £10.00

underground (adj & n)

• underground trains (adj)

• to travel by underground (n)

underpants (n)

understand (v)

uniform (n)

universe (n)

university (n)

unleaded (adj)

unless (conj)

until (prep & conj)

up (adv & prep)

• to walk up the hill (prep)

• Are you up yet? (awake and dressed)



(adv)

• Lift your head up. (adv)

• Speak up, please. (adv)

up to (prep phr)

• up to six people

up to date (prep phr)

update (n & v)

upon (prep)

upset (adj)

upstairs (adv)

urgent (adj)

us (pron)

use (n & v)

• Can you use a computer? (v)

• It’s for the use of teachers only. (n)

• Is this any use to you? (n)

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used to (v)



• I used to cycle a lot when I was

younger.


usual (adj)

V

valley (n)

value (n)

van (n)

vanilla (n)

variety (n)

various (adj)

vase (n)

veal (n)

vegetable (n & adj)

vegetarian (n & adj)

vehicle (n)

very (adv)

venue (n)

victim (n)

victory (n)

video (n & v)

video recorder (n)

videotape (n)

view (n)

• a beautiful view

village (n)

violin (n)

visa (n)

visit (n & v)

visitor (n)

vocabulary (n)

voice (n)

volleyball (n)

vote (n & v)

voyage (n)

W

wage(s) (n)

wait (n & v)

waiter (n)

waiting-room (n)

waitress (n)

wake (up) (v)

walk (n & v)

wall (n)

wallet (n)

want (v)

war (n)

ward (n)

warm (adj)

warn (v)

wash (n & v)

wash-basin (n)

wash up (v)

washing machine (n)

washing up (n)

• to do the washing up

waste (adj & v)

wastepaper basket (n)

watch (n & v)

• My watch keeps good time. (n)

• I watched TV last night. (v)

water (n & v)

waterfall (n)

wave (n & v)

• waves at sea

• to wave goodbye

way (n)

• Is this the way?

• the wrong way

• a long way

• to stand in the way

• That’s the way to do it.

• way of life

• way in, way out

WC (n)

we (pron)

weak (adj)

• to feel weak

• a weak excuse

wear (v)

• to wear a dress

wear off (phr v)

• Has the pain worn off yet?

wear out (phr v & adj)

• You’ll wear out those shoes. (v)

weather (n)

web (n)

website (n)

wedding (n)

week (n)

weekday (n)

weekend (n)

weekly (adj & adv)

• a weekly magazine (adj)

• to phone home twice weekly (adv)

weigh (v)

weight (n)

welcome (n & v)

• a warm welcome (n)

• Welcome to London! (v)

welfare (n)

well (adj, adv & int)

• I’m very well, thanks. (adj)

• to behave very well (adv)

• Shake the bottle well. (adv)

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• Well, here we are. (int)



Well done! (int)

well known (adv)

well-known (adj)

well made (adv)

well-made (adj)

west (adj, adv & n)

wet (adj)

• wet clothes

• wet weather

whale (n)

what (pron)

whatever (pron & det)

wheel (n & v)

wheelchair (n)

when (adv)

whenever (adv & conj)

where (adv)

wherever (adv & conj)

whether (conj)

which (pron & det)

whichever (pron & det)

while, whilst (conj)

white (adj)

who, whom (pron)

whoever (pron)

whole (adj & n)

whose (pron)

why (adv)

wide (adj & adv)

• a wide road (adj)

• with his mouth wide open (adv)

• to feel wide awake (adv)

width (n)

wife (n)

wild (adj)

wildlife (n)

win (n & v)

wind (n)

• A strong wind was blowing. (n)

wind (v)

• Wind up the car windows. (v)

window (n)

windscreen (n)

windsurfing (n)

wing (n)

• a bird’s wing

• the wing of an aeroplane

wire (n)

• an electrical wire

• a wire fence

wise (adj)

wish (n & v)

with (prep)

within (adv & prep)

without (prep)

witness (n & v)

woman (n)

wonder (v)

• I wonder what he said.

wonderful (adj)

wood (n)

• to be made of wood

• in a large wood

wooden (adj)

wool (n)

word (n)

• words in a sentence

• He didn’t say a word.

work (n & v)

• school work (n)

• to work for a living (v)

hard work (n)

• to be out of work (n)

working hours (n pl)

world (n)

worry (n & v)

worse (adj & adv)

worst (adj & adv)

worth (adj)

wound (n & v)

wrap (up) (v)

• to wrap (up) a parcel

write (v)

write out (phr v)

• Please write out your name in full.

wrong (adj)



Y

year (n)

yearly (adj & adv)

yellow (adj)

yes (int)

yesterday (adv & n)

yet (adv)

you (pron)

you know (int)

young (adj & n)

your (det)

yours (pron)

yourself (pron)

youth (n)

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Z

zebra (n)

zero (n)

zone (n)

zoo (n)

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Appendix 1

Word sets

In addition to the words in the alphabetical list, PET and PET for Schools candidates

are expected to know:

Cardinal numbers

one, two, three, etc.



Ordinal numbers

first, second, third, fourth, etc.



Days of the week

Monday, Tuesday, etc.



Months of the year

January, February, etc.



Seasons of the year

spring, summer, autumn, winter



Countries, languages and nationalities

Names of countries, nationalities and languages, for example, Brazil/Brazilian, Canada/Canadian,

China/Chinese, France/French, Ireland/Irish, India/Indian, Italy/Italian, Spain/Spanish, etc.

Continents

Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America.

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Appendix 2

Affixes

The words in the alphabetical list may be extended by the use of one or more of these affixes:



mini- with nouns, sometimes without a hyphen, e.g. minibus, mini-tour

non- with nouns and adjectives, e.g. non-essential

re- with verbs and their related nouns, usually without a hyphen,

e.g. rename, renaming



self- with nouns and adjectives, e.g. self-importance, self-confident

un- negative prefix, e.g. unsafe

-able with verbs, to form adjectives, e.g. affordable

-ed (-d) with verbs, to form adjectives, e.g. limited, used

-er (-r) with verbs, to form nouns, e.g. teacher, advertiser; shopper, also

comparative forms, e.g. brighter



-ese for nationalities/languages, e.g. Japanese

-ess referring to a woman or female animal, e.g. princess, lioness

N.B. it is less common to refer to women in this way nowadays,

and usually safer to use the ‘standard’ form e.g. actor, author

-est superlative forms, e.g. tallest

-ful with nouns, for amount contained, e.g. spoonful; with nouns to form

adjectives denoting characteristics or qualities, e.g. painful, peaceful



-ing with verbs, for activity or state, e.g. reading, frightening

-ish for nationalities or languages, e.g. Swedish; with nouns to form

adjectives, e.g. childish



-ist with nouns, for occupations, e.g. novelist, guitarist

-less with nouns to form adjectives, e.g. breathless

-ly with adjectives to form adverbs, e.g. seriously; with nouns to form

adjectives, e.g. friendly



-ment with verbs to form nouns, e.g. enjoyment

-or with verbs to form nouns, for people, e.g. inventor

-y with nouns to form adjectives, e.g. hairy, sunny

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Appendix 3

Topic Lists

Clothes and Accessories

backpack


belt

blouse


boot

button


cap

cloth


(rain) coat

collar


cotton

dress


dry cleaning

earring


fashion

fasten


fit (v)

fold (v)

glasses

glove


go with (phr v)

handbag


handkerchief

hat


jacket

jeans


jewellery

knit


laundry

leather


lipstick

make-up


match (v)

material


old-fashioned

(adj)

pants


pattern

perfume


plastic

pocket


pullover

put on


pyjamas

raincoat


shirt

shoe


shorts

silk


size

skirt


sleeve(less)

socks


suit

sweater


sweatshirt

swimming


costume

take off


tie

tights


tracksuit

trainers


trousers

T-shirt


sweatshirt

swimsuit


try on

underpants

umbrella

uniform


wear (out)

wool(len)



Colours

(dark/light/pale)

black

blue


brown

gold


green

grey


orange

pink


purple

red


silver

yellow


white

Communications and Technology

access


address

airmail


by post

calculator

call (v)

call back

CD (player)

CD-Rom


chat (v)

chat room

click (v)

computer


connect

connection

delete

dial


dial up

digital


directory

disc/disk

download (n &

v)

DVD (player)

electronic(s)

email


engaged

enter


envelope

equipment

fax

hang up


headline

homepage


internet

invent


invention

IT

keyboard



laptop

(computer)

laser

machine


message

mobile phone

mouse

mouse mat



network

online


operator

parcel


password

phone


postage

postcard


print

printer


program(me)

reply


ring

ring up


screen

software


switch on

switch off

telephone

text


text message

turn off


turn on

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Education

absent


advanced

arithmetic

art

bell


biology

blackboard

board

break(time)



break up

certificate

chemistry

class


classroom

college


composition

corridor


course

curriculum

degree

desk


dictionary

diploma


drama

economics

educate

elementary



essay

geography

history

handwriting



homework

intermediate

instructor

IT

laboratory (lab)



languages

lesson


mark (v)

mathematics

math(s)

music


nature studies

notice board

pencil case

photography

physics

primary school



qualification

qualify


register

science


secondary

school


state school

study (v)

subject

technology



Entertainment and Media

act (v)

action

actor


adventure

admission

advert

advertisement



article

audience


ballet

band


book

camera


cartoon

cassette (player)

CD (player)

CD-Rom


channel

cinema


circus

classical music

comedy

comedian


comic

commercial

concert

costume


dance

disc


disco

display


deejay / DJ

documentary

drama

DVD (player)



entrance

exhibition

exit

festival


film

film maker

film star

folk music

headline

hero


hit song

interview(er)

interval

jazz music

journalist

magazine


magic

MP3 player

music

news


newspaper

opera


orchestra

perform


performance

play


poem

pop music

programme

quiz


recording

review


rock music

romantic


row

scene


screen

series


stage

star


studio

television

thriller

venue


video

Environment

bottle bank

climate change

gas (Am Eng)

litter

petrol


pollution

public transport

recycle

recycled


recycling

rubbish (bin)

traffic (jam)

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Food and Drink

apple


bake (v)

banana


barbecue (n &

v)

bean


biscuit

bitter (adj)

boil (v)

bowl


bread

breakfast

buffet

butter


cabbage

cake


can (of beans)

candy


canteen

carrot


cauliflower

celery


cereal

cheese


chicken

chips


chocolate

cocoa


coconut

coffee


cola

cook (v)

cooker

cookie


corn

cream


cucumber

cup


curry

dessert


diet

dinner


dish

drink


duck

eat


egg

fish


flour

fork


French fries

fresh


fruit

fruit juice

fry

frying pan



glass

grape


grill (n & v)

honey


hot

hungry


ice cream

ingredients

jam

jug


juice

knife


lamb

lemon


lemonade

lettuce


loaf

lunch


meat

melon


menu

microwave (n)

milk

mineral water



mushroom

mustard


oil

omelette


onion

orange


pan

pasta


pastry

pea


peanut

pear


pepper

pie


pizza

plate


potato

recipe


refreshments

rice


roast (v & adj)

roll


salad

salt


sandwich

saucer


sausage

slice (n)

snack

soft drink



soup

sour


spinach

spoon


steak

strawberry

sugar

sweet (adj & n)



taste

tea


thirsty

toast


tomato

turkey


vanilla

vegetable

vegetarian

Health, Medicine and Exercise

accident


ache

ambulance

ankle

appointment



aspirin

balance


bandage

bend


bleed (v)

blood (n)

bone

break


breath

breathe


chemist

chin


clean

cold (n)

cough (n & v)

cut


damage

dentist


diet

dressing


earache

emergency

faint

feel better/ill/sick



fever

flu


get better/worse

go jogging

gym(nastics)

headache


hospital

hurt


ill

illness


injure

keep fit


knee

medicine


operate

operation

pain

painful


patient (n)

pharmacy


pill

prescription

recover

run


shoulder

skin


sore throat

stomach ache

stress

swim


tablet

take exercise

temperature

thumb


toes

toothache

walk

wound (n & v)



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Hobbies and Leisure

barbecue


camera

camp


camping

campsite


chess

club


collect(or)

collection

computer

cruise


dancing

doll


drawing

facilities

fan

fiction


keep fit

gallery


guitar

hang out


hire

jogging


join in

keen on


member(ship)

model


museum

music


opening hours

painting


picnic

playground

playing cards

quiz


sculpture

sightseeing

slide

swings


sunbathe

tent


House and Home

accommodation

address

air-conditioning



alarm (fire/car)

alarm clock

antique

apartment



armchair

balcony


basement

basin


bath

bathroom


bed

bedroom


bell

bin


blanket

blind


block (of flats)

(notice) board

bookshelf

brick


brush

bucket


bulb

candle


carpet

cassette player

ceiling

cellar


central heating

chair


channel (with

TV)


chest of drawers

chimney


cloakroom

clock


coal

computer


cooker

corridor


cottage

cupboard


curtain

cushion


desk

digital (adj)

dining room

dish


dishwasher

door


downstairs

drawer


dustbin

duvet


DVD (player)

electric(al)

entrance

fan


fence

flat


flatmate

floor


freezer

fridge


frying pan

furnished

furniture

garage


garden

gas


gate

grill


ground (floor)

hall


handle

heat (v)

hedge

hi-fi


house

housewife

housework

iron


jug

kettle


kitchen

ladder


lamp

landlady


landlord

laptop


(computer)

laundry


lavatory

lawn


lift

light


(clothes) line

living-room

lock

lounge


microwave (n)

mirror


mug

neighbour

oil

oven


pan

path


pillow

pipe


plant

plug


plug in

property


radio

refrigerator

rent

repair


roof

room


roommate

rubbish


seat

sheet


shelf

shower


sink

sitting room

sofa

stairs


step

surround


switch

table


table-cloth

tap


telephone

television

toilet

tool


towel

tower


toy

TV (screen/set)

upstairs (adv)

vase


video

video recorder

videotape

wall


wash-basin

washing


machine

wastepaper basket

WC

window


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Language

advanced


answer

argue


ask

beginner


chat

communicate

communication

elementary

email

grammar


intermediate

interpret

joke

letter


mean

meaning


mention

message


pronounce

pronunciation

question

say


sentence

shout


speak

talk


tell

translate

translation

vocabulary

word

Personal Feelings, Opinions and Experiences (Adjectives)

able


afraid

amazed


amazing

amusing


angry

annoyed


anxious

ashamed


awful

bored


boring

bossy


brave

brilliant

calm

challenging



cheerful

clever


confident

crazy


cruel

curious


delighted

depressed

difficult

disappointed

dizzy

easy


embarrassed

embarrassing

excited

exciting


fantastic

fit


fond

frightened

funny

generous


gentle

glad


guilty

happy


hard

healthy


intelligent

jealous


keen

lazy


lucky

mad


merry

miserable

negative

nervous


noisy

normal


old-fashioned

ordinary


original

patient


personal

pleasant


positive

punctual


realistic

reasonable

relaxed

reliable


rich

rude


sad

satisfied

serious

skilled


slim

smart


special

strange


strong

stupid


sure

surprised

terrible

tired


true

typical


unable

unusual


well

wonderful



Places: Buildings

apartment block/

block of flats

bank


bookshop

café


castle

cathedral

church

cinema


clinic

club


college

cottage


department

store


factory

gallery


garage

guest-house

house

hospital


hotel

kiosk


library

mosque


museum

office block

palace

police station



post office

prison


ruin

school


shop

sports centre

stadium

supermarket



swimming pool

theatre


tower

university

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Places: Countryside

area


bay

beach


canal

cliff


desert

earth


farm

field


forest

harbour


hill

island


lake

land


mountain

ocean


path

port


quay

railway


rainforest

region


river

rock


sand

scenery


sea

seaside


sky

soil


stream

valley


village

waterfall

wood

Places: Town and City

airport


bridge

bus station

bus stop

car park


city centre

corner


crossing

crossroads

fountain

market


motorway

park


pavement

petrol station

playground

road


roundabout

route


shopping centre

signpost


square

station


subway

taxi rank

tunnel

turning


underground

zoo


Services

bank


café

cinema


dentist

doctor


dry cleaner

gallery


garage

guest-house

hairdresser

hotel


library

museum


post office

restaurant

sports centre

swimming pool

theatre

Shopping

advertise

assistant

bill


book

buy


cash

change


cheap

cheque


choose

collect


complain

cost


credit card

customer


dear

deposit


exchange

expensive

hire

inexpensive



luxury

money


order

pay


price

reasonable

receipt

reduce


reduced

rent


reserve

return


save

sell


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Sport

athlete


athletics

ball


baseball

basketball

bat

boxing


champion

changing room

climbing

coach


compete

competition

court

cycling


dancing

diving


enter

fishing


fitness

football


game

goal


golf

gym(nastics)

high jump

hit (v)

hockey

horse-riding



ice hockey

instructor

jogging

join in


kick (v)

locker (room)

long jump

match


motorcycling

motor-racing

net

point(s)


practice

practise


prize

race


race track

racing


racket

reserve (n)

riding

rugby


running

sail (n & v)

sailing

score


season

shoot(ing)

shorts

skateboard



skiing

squash


stadium

surfing


swimming

table-tennis

take part

team


tennis

track


track suit

trainer(s)

train(ing)

volleyball

water skiing

Travel and Transport

abroad


accommodation

(aero)plane

bicycle/bike

airline


airport

ambulance

announcement

arrival


arrive

at sea


backpack

bag


baggage

board (v)

boarding pass

boat


border

brochure


bus

bus station

bus stop

by air


by land

by rail


by road

by sea


cab

cabin


canal

capital city

car

car alarm



car park

case


catch (v)

change (v)

charter

check in (v)



check out (v)

check-in (n)

coach

confirm


consul(ate)

crossing


crossroads

currency


customs

customs officer

cycle (n & v)

cyclist


deck (of ship)

delay


deliver

depart


departure

destination

direction

document(s)

dollar

double room



drive

driving licence

due

duty-free



embassy

euro


exchange rate

facilities

fare

ferry


flight

fly


foreign

fuel


gate

guide


guidebook

guest


guest-house

handlebars

harbour

helicopter



hitch-hike

hotel


hovercraft

hydrofoil

immigration

inn


interpret(er)

jet


journey

land (v)

lorry

lost property



(office)

luggage


map

motorbike/

motorcycle

motorway


nationality

on board


on business

on foot


on holiday

on time


on vacation

operator


overnight

overtake


parking lot

parking space

passenger

passport


path

petrol


petrol station

petrol pump

pilot

platform


railroad

railway


reception

reservation

reserve

return


ride

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road sign

roundabout

route

sail (v)



scooter

seat belt

(bus) service

ship


sightseeing

signpost


single room

speed


subway

suitcase


take off

taxi


taxi rank

terminal


tour

tourist


traffic

traffic jam

traffic lights

train


tram

translate

translation

traveller’s cheque

trip

tunnel


tyre/tire

underground

underground

train


unleaded

vehicle


visa

visit(or)

voyage

waiting-room



windscreen

The Natural World

animal


autumn

beach


bird

branch


bush

cave


cliff

climate


coal

coast


continent

countryside

desert

dolphin


duck

earth


elephant

environment

fall (Am Eng)

farmland


field

fish


flood

flower


forest

freeze


giraffe

hill


lake

land


leaf

lion


monkey

moon


mountain

mouse/mice

nature

planet


plant

pollution

rabbit

rainforest



range

river


rock

sand


scenery

shark


sky

soil


spring

star


stone

summer


sun

sunlight


sunrise

sunset


sunshine

tiger


tree

valley


waterfall

waves


wild

wildlife


winter

zebra


Weather

blow


centigrade

cloud


cloudy

cold


cool

degrees


dry

forecast


frost

fog


foggy

gale


get wet

heat


hot

ice


icy

lightning

mild

rain


shower

snow


snowfall

storm


sun

sunny


sunshine

temperature

thermometer

thunder(storm)

wet

wind


windy

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Work and Jobs

(travel) agent

actor

actress


application

apply


architect

army


artist

assistant

athlete

banker


boss

businessman

businesswoman

butcher


cameraman

candidate

canteen

captain


career

chef


chemist

colleague

comedian

company


conference

consul/consulate

contract

cook


crew

curriculum vitae

/ CV

customs officer



dancer

dentist


department

designer


detective

diploma


director

diver


doctor

employ (v)

employee

employer


employment

engineer


farmer

film star

fireman

flight attendant



full time

factory


farm

flight attendant

greengrocer

grocer


guard

hairdresser

housewife

housework

instructor

interpreter

journalist

judge


laboratory

labourer


lawyer

lecturer


librarian

manager


mechanic

model


musician

newsagent

novelist

nurse


occupation

office


officer (e.g.

prison/police)

operator


out of work

owner


part time

pension(er)

photographer

physician

pilot

poet


policeman

police officer

policewoman

politician

porter

postman


presenter (e.g.

TV/radio)

president

priest

profession



professional

professor

(computer)

programmer

publisher

qualification

quit

reporter


retire

retirement

sailor

salary


sales assistant

salesman


saleswoman

scientist

secretary

security guard

servant

shopkeeper/



shop assistant

soldier


staff

taxi driver

teacher

trade


unemployed

wage(s)


waiter/waitress



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