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Vocabulary cards made with new vocabulary from The First Certificate Book by Annette Capel and Wendy Sharp.

Vocabulary cards made with new vocabulary from The First Certificate Book by Annette Capel and Wendy Sharp.

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  • 1. UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS Student´sname: Ana Altamirano Teacher´s name:Lcda. Ruth Infante ADVANCED ENGLISH IV- VOCABULARY CARDS 1. CHIEFLY 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Chiefly /ˈtʃ if·li/ Chiefly music Chiefly means Chiefly company 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adverb Chief (adj) Chief (n) Chieftain (n) 7. Definition: More than for any other reason; mostly; mainly. 8. Example: The island had chiefly attracted upmarket tourists. Chiefly Music Companies Means of tranport
  • 2. 2. CURRY 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Curry /ˈkʌr.i/ very curry a mild curry vegetable curry chicken curry lamb curry curry sauce 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Curried (adj) 7. Definition: A dish, originally from South Asia, consisting of meat or vegetables cooked in a spicy sauce. 8. Example: I have never eaten chicken curry prepared by an Asian. 3. ERECT 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Erect /ɪ ˈrekt/ Erect barricades Erect buildings Erect a bridge 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Verb Erect (adj) Erection (n) 7. Definition: To build a building or other structure. 8. Example: The soldiers had been erecteing barricades to protect themselves Curry Restaurants FoodDiets Erect Building trade ArchitectureEngineering
  • 3. 4. FISH FINGER 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Fish finger /ˌfɪʃˈfɪŋ.ɡər/ fish finger plate fish finger recipe fish finger pie fish finger wrap 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun fish stick 7. Definition: A long, rectangular piece of fish covered in breadcrumbs and cooked. 8. Example: Fish finger is a typical plate made in the Middle East. 5 FLESH 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Flesh /fleʃ/ Tender flesh Fruit flesh Vegetable flesh 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Fleshy (adj) 7. Definition: The soft part of the body of a person or animal covering the bones and organs. 8. Example: People eat animal flesh unless they are vegetarian. Fish finger Restaurants SeafoodTurism Flesh Humans AnimalsFruit
  • 4. 6 HAMMER 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Hammer /ˈhæm.ər/ Hammer on the door. A very bad hammer. Hit with a hammer. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Hammer (v) Hammer sth into sb (phrasal v) Hammer sth out (phrasal v) Hammering (n) 7. Definition: A tool consisting of a piece of metal with a flat end that is fixed onto the end of a long, thin, usually wooden handle, used for hitting things. 8. Example: Masons and carpenters usually manage hammers to work on designing. 7 HOOLIGAN 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Hooligan /ˈhuˈ.lɪ . ɡ ən/ Hooligan movies Hooligan issues Hooligan clothing 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Hooliganism (n) 7. Definition: A violent person who fights or causes damage in public places. 8. Example: Hooligans sprayed paint all over Martin´s car. Hammer Buildings Hardware store Carpentry Hooligan Society HangsViolence
  • 5. 8 KNOCK OFF 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Knock off /ˈnɒk.ɒf/ Knock on the door Knock at the door Knock on the head A sharp knock 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Phrasal verb Knock (n) Knocker (n) Knock-on (phrasal v) 7. Definition: To stop working usually at the end of the day. 8. Example: Employees are not allowed to knock off until 6 pm. 9 LOOK INTO 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Look into /lʊk. ˈɪn.tuː/ Have a look into the causes. Take a look into the possibility. Look into sth. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Phrasal verb Looks into (present) Looked into (past) Looking into (continuous) 7. Definition: To examine the facts about a problem or situation. 8. Example: We are looking into the possibility of merging the two departments. Knock off Jobs BusinessesFactories Look into Reseach InformationProjects
  • 6. 10. LOOK OUT! 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Look out /lʊk.aʊt/ Look out for something. Look out for someone. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Phrasal verb Looks out (present) Lookedout (past) Looking out (continuous) 7. Definition: Said or shouted in order to tell someone that they are in danger. 8. Example: Look out! There's a car coming! 11. LOOK UP 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Look up /lʊk.ʌp/ Look sth up Look up to sb Look up at sb 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Phrasal verb Looks up (present) Looked up (past) Looking up (continuous) 7. Definition: To become better. 8. Example: I used to think my lifewon´t start looking up any more. Look out! Street PoliceWarnings Look up Studies Own lifeJob
  • 7. 12. MEDDLING 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Meddling /ˈ ·ɪŋ/ Meddling in other´s business. Meddling in other´s affairs. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adjective Meddle (v) Meddler (n) 7. Definition: Tried to change or have an influence on things that are not your responsibility, especially by criticizing in a damaging or annoying way. 8 Example: He decided to become a clown to join the wacky world of the circus. 13. OUTRIGHT 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Outright /ˌaʊtˈraɪt/ Win outright Killed outright Outright ban Outright victory 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adverb Outright (adj) 7. Definition: Completely or immediately. 8. Example: The driver and all the three passengers were killed outright. Meddling Gossiping Daily lifeNeighborhood Outright Robbery Natural disasters Murders
  • 8. 14.OVERLOOK 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Overlook /ˌəʊ.vəˈlʊk/ Overlook the sea Overlook the view 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Verb Overlooks (Present) Overlooked (Past) Overlooking (Continuous) 7. Definition: To provide a view of, especially from above. 8. Example: Our hotel room overlooked the harbor and the long yard. 15. OVERWHELMING 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Overwhelming /ˌəʊ.vəˈwel.mɪŋ/ Overwhelming feelings. Overwhelming majority. Overwhelming urge. Overwhelming desire. Overwhelming need. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adjective Overwhelmingly (adv) 7. Definition: Difficult to fight against. 8. Example: Louis felt an overwhelming desire to tell Rick about what had happened. Overlook Hotels BuildingsRestaurants Overwhelming Debate StrugglesDesirement
  • 9. 16. PEBBLE 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Pebble /ˈ / Pebble beach Pebble river 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Pebbled (adj) Pebbly (Adv) 7. Definition: A small smooth round stone, especially one found on a beach or in a river. 8. Example: There are not any pebbles around this coast, we should go to the Amazon to see them. 17. PLENTY OF 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Plenty of /ˈplen.ti.əv / Plenty a__ forsb Plenty of evidence Plenty more. Plenty big Plenty large Plenty wide 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adverb Plentiful (adj) Plethora (n) 7. Definition: The state of having enough or more than enough, or a large amount. 8. Example: They have always had plenty of money. Pebble Rivers CoastsBeaches Plenty of Money Countables/ Uncontables Food
  • 10. 18. QUARRY 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Quarry /ˈkwɔr·i/ Quarry stones Quarry pyramids Quarry pearls 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Verb Quarried (adj) Quarry (n) 7. Definition: To dig stone and sand from a quarry: 8. Example: Marbles could have been quarried originally by technicians. 19. RELIEVED 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Relieved /rɪˈliːvd/ Relieved that Relieved to do sth Relieved sb on sth 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adjective Relief (n) Relieve (v) 7. Definition: Happy that something unpleasant has not happened or has ended. 8. Example: He was relieved to see Jeannie reach the other side of the river safely. Quarry Mine PyramidsPit Relieved
  • 11. 20. SAUCEPAN 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Saucepan /ˈsɔː.spən/ Cook in a saucepan. Fry in a saucepan. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Saucer (n) Saucy (adj) 7. Definition: A deep, round pan with straight sides, usually with a handle and a lid, used for cooking things over heat. 8. Example: By the end of this semester, I will have been attending a gastronomy class which will teach me how to use a saucepan. 21. SLOT -CAR 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Slot-car /slɒt.kɑːr/ Slot-car racing Slot car games 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Slot (v) Slotted (adj) 7. Definition: An electric toy racing car that fits into a slotted track and is controlled by a rheostat held by the operator. 8. Example: If I had had a slot-car I would have competed in the previous car racing. Saucepan Kitchen Electrodomestic stores Restaurants Slot-car Racing RacersVideo games
  • 12. 22. SLANT 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Slant /slɑːnt/ Slant through Slant on Slant to 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Verb Slant (n) Slanted (past) Slanting (continuous) 7. Definition: A position that is slopping. 8. Example: The evening sun slanted through the wide window. 23. THUNDER 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Thunder /ˈθʌ n·dər / A clap of thunder. A crack of thunder. A roll of thunder. A rumble of thunder. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Noun Thunder (v) Thunderous (adj) Thunderstorm (n) 7. Definition: The sudden, loud noise that comes after a flash of lightning: 8. Example: I couldn´t hear what he was saying over the thunder of the waterfall. Slant Directions MaterialPolitics Thunder Biology Environmental Science Physics
  • 13. 24. TRIM 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Trim /trɪm/ Trim hair Trim the fat off the meat. Trim a dress Trim with something. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Verb Trimmed (adj) Trim off (phrasal v) Be trimmed with sth (phrasal v) Trimmed (n) 7 Definition: To reduce. 8 Example: Martha suggested that I should trim my hair a little bit. 25. WACKY 1. Picture 2. Word and stress 4. Semantic Map 5. Collocation Wacky /ˈwæk·i/ Wacky food Wacky recipes Wacky sense of humor. 3. Part of speech 6. Word Families Adjective Wack (n) 7. Definition: Strange in a pleasing and exciting or silly way. 8 Example: He would never decide to become a clown and join the wacky world of the circus. Trim Beeauty Saloon GastronomySewing shop Wacky Gastronomy DislikesRestaurants
  • 14. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Cape Annette, (2008), First Certificate, Second Edition. Sharp Wendy, (2008), First Certificate, Second Edition.