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  • 1. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:22 PM Page 176 Unit 1 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Pronouns Other Adverbs birthday Subject pronouns beautiful Responses bow I big no brother you common yes cafeteria he cool chemistry she exciting Other city famous actually it class friendly here we classmate good (over) there they club interesting not English Titles new now family Miss next really (+ adjective) friend Mr. nice too (+ adjective) hobby Mrs. old very (+ adjective) member Ms. same Prepositions name Adjectives shy at (10:00/City College) parents Possessives unusual from (Seoul/Korea) person my in (the morning/the same semester Articles your a class) sister his on (my way to . . . ) an teacher her the Conjunctions student its university Verbs and our vacation am but their year are or has is love Expressions Saying hello Exchanging personal Introducing someone Checking information Hi. information This is . . . ./These are . . . . Sorry, what’s your name Hey. What’s your name? Nice to meet you. again? Hello. I’m . . . ./My name is . . . . Asking about someone It’s . . . . Good morning. What’s your first/last Who’s that? How do you spell . . . ? How are you?/How’s it name? That’s . . . . What do people call you? going? It’s . . . . His/Her name is . . . . Everyone calls me . . . . (I’m) fine, thanks. What are your hobbies? Who are they? Please call me . . . . Pretty good. My hobbies are . . . . They’re . . . . Making suggestions OK. When’s your birthday? Their names are . . . Let’s . . . . Saying good-bye It’s . . . . and . . . . Apologizing Bye. What’s . . . like? Where’s your friend? (I’m) sorry. Good-bye. He’s/She’s/It’s . . . . He’s/She’s . . . . Agreeing See you later. What are . . . like? Thanking someone That’s right. See you tomorrow. They’re . . . . Thanks. OK. Have a good day. Where are you from? Thank you. Sure. Good night. I’m/We’re from . . . . T-176 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 2. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:22 PM Page 177 Unit 2 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns department store full-time teach Jobs/Professions hospital great wake up (TV) announcer office part-time watch carpenter restaurant similar work (in an office/for an cashier school worse airline) chef university worst Adverbs company director Other Verbs Responses construction worker breakfast answer yeah cowboy clothes assist Other dancer country build a lot doctor dinner care for early fisherman drink cook exactly flight attendant food design home lumberjack house do late musician job get (home) only nurse music get up usually pilot passenger go (to bed/to school/to receptionist patient Prepositions work) salesperson phone around/about have (a job/lunch) server schedule (10:00/noon) leave (work/for work) singer snack after (midnight) like taxi driver thing at (7:00/night/midnight) live tour guide time at (a travel agency/a fast- recognize Web-site designer weather report food restaurant) sell Types of jobs work before (noon) serve entertainment business sleep during (the week) Adjectives in (a hospital/an office) food service bad sound (interesting) office work spend (your day) in (the morning/the better afternoon/the evening) travel industry dangerous start Workplaces like (Peru) different stay up airline on (weekdays/Fridays) difficult study (computer) company until (midnight) fantastic take Expressions Talking about work/school Asking for more information Expressing interest What do you do (exactly/there)? What time . . . ? Oh? I’m a/an . . . . Which . . . ? Oh, really? Where do you work? Why? Really? I work in/at/for . . . . Talking about daily schedules How interesting! How do you like your job/classes? How do you spend your day? Expressing surprise I like it/them a lot. Well, I . . . . Oh! I love it/them. What time do you go to Wow! Where do you go to school? work/school? I go to . . . . Starting a sentence I go to work/school at . . . . What’s your favorite . . . ? Well, . . . . When do you get home? My favorite . . . is . . . . By the way, . . . . I usually get home at . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-177
  • 3. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 178 Unit 3 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Adjectives sad Clothes and jewelry CD Colors small backpack cell phone black stylish bag cent blue truthful boots clerk brown warm bracelet coffee gray cost Verbs cap green cup Modal dress orange customer can earrings pink in-line skates design purple Other dollar ask jacket red flea market buy jeans white item help necklace yellow lamp let (me) + verb ring Other notebook look (= seem) shirt attractive newspaper look at socks boring paperback book mean sunglasses cheap painting pay (for) tie each (CD) player prefer T-shirt expensive (birthday) present say watch fun price see Materials* happy tennis racket sell (for) cotton jealous radio think (of) gold large style try on leather light (price) tag want to (+ verb) plastic loving polyester VCR medium Adverbs rubber Pronouns mysterious almost silk one perfect else silver ones pretty more wool pure right there reasonable *Names of materials can be used as nouns or adjectives. Expressions Talking about prices Getting someone’s Talking about Thanking someone How much is this/that attention preferences Thanks anyway. necklace? Excuse me. Which one do you prefer? You’re welcome. It’s . . . . Look! I prefer the . . . one. Expressing doubt That’ s not bad. Look at . . . . Which ones do you like Hmm. How much are Oh, . . . . better/more? I’m not sure. these/those earrings? Offering help I like the . . . one Uh, . . . . They’re . . . . Can I help you? better/more. Expressing surprise That’s expensive. Making and declining an Are you kidding? Identifying things Comparing Which one? offer The silk dress is prettier/ The blue one. Would you like to . . . ? more expensive than Uh, no. That’s OK. Which ones? the polyester dress. The yellow ones. T-178 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 4. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 179 Unit 4 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Musical instruments Pronouns see Movies cello Object pronouns save horror film guitar me send science fiction piano you study thriller Entertainers him think western actor her visit TV programs actress it win game show group us Adverbs news singer them especially soap opera Other just concert Verbs talk show never date Modal Music* pretty (+ adjective) fan would classical still country (baseball) game Other come tomorrow gospel gate (not) very much jazz kind (of ) have to (+ verb) pop (soccer) match go out Prepositions R&B (rhythm and blues) (text) message guess about (it) rap (electronic) note know for (dinner) rock play listen to with (me) salsa stadium meet from . . . until/till . . . ticket miss video need to (+ verb) voice play (an instrument) *Names of musical styles can be used as nouns or adjectives. Expressions Talking about likes and dislikes Inviting someone Asking about events Do you like . . . ? Would you like to . . . ? When is it? Yes, I do. I like . . . a lot./ Do you want to . . . ? Where is it? I love . . . . Accepting an invitation What time does it start? No, I don’t. I don’t like . . . Yes, I would. Where should we . . . ? very much. Yes, I’d love to. What kind of . . . do you like? Yes, I’d really like to. What do you think of . . . ? Refusing an invitation Who’s/What’s your favorite . . . ? I’d like to, but I have to . . . . I’d like to, but I need to . . . . I’d like to, but I want to . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-179
  • 5. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 180 Unit 5 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Adjectives move Family/Relatives adult Quantifiers spend (money) aunt age all stand brother bus stop nearly all tell children college most travel cousin couple many vote dad elevator a lot of/lots of wait daughter e-mail some family tree Adverbs father not many fact Time expressions grandfather a few foreign language (almost) always grandmother few government right now grandparents Other money this week/month/year great-grandfather dear (+ name) only child these days great-grandmother married great-grandparent people Other secret percent abroad husband single (wildlife) photographer alone mom stuck project away mother typical teenager together nephew unmarried niece shopping trip young Prepositions sister television between (the ages of . . . sister-in-law women Verbs and . . . ) son eat by (the age of . . . ) Pronouns enjoy uncle of anyone get (married) wife no one marry Conjunction because Expressions Asking about family Exchanging information about the present Tell me about your family. Are you living at home? How many people are there in your family? Yes, I am./No, I’m not. There are . . . people in my family. Where are you working now? We have . . . son(s) and . . . daughter(s). I’m working . . . . How many brothers and sisters do you have? Is anyone in your family . . . right now? I have . . . brother(s) and . . . sister(s). Yes, my . . . is . . . . I’m an only child. Expressing interest What an interesting . . . . Expressing relief Thank goodness! T-180 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 6. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 181 Unit 6 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Verbs often Sports and fitness athlete chat sometimes activities country dance hardly ever aerobics couch potato draw almost never baseball fitness freak enter never basketball free time exercise every . . . bicycling gym keep once a . . . football sports fanatic lift weights twice a . . . in-line skating talent show paint three times a . . . jogging tip play (cards/a sport) not very often/much karate relax Other Pronoun sing online* running nothing soccer spend (time) sometime softball Adjectives take (a walk) then stretching average type work out Prepositions swimming fit in (my free time/great tennis good at (something) Adverbs shape) treadmill middle-aged for (a walk) real Frequency volleyball like (that) always walking regular almost always weight training tired usually yoga *Can also be an adjective Expressions Talking about routines Talking about abilities Expressing surprise/disbelief How often do you . . . ? How well do you . . . ? Seriously? Every . . . . Pretty well./About average. Agreeing Once/Twice/Three times a . . . . Not very well. All right. Not very often. How good are you at . . . ? No problem! Do you ever . . . ? Pretty good./OK. Yes, I always/often/sometimes . . . . Not very good. No, I never/hardly ever . . . . Asking for more information How long do you spend . . . ? What else . . . ? Two hours a day./Thirty minutes a day. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-181
  • 7. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 182 Unit 7 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns tourist rude Adverbs argument trip sick Time expressions bowling vacation terrible again city waves special all day/night/weekend dishes weather terrific as usual flight whole last night/Saturday/ Pronouns food weekend anything Verbs gardening most of the time anybody believe homework the whole time something call hotel today cook insect Adjectives drive yesterday karaoke bar amazing Other fish laundry awful also forget luggage broke anywhere happen neighbor cloudy downtown hear noise cold first of all invite party cool unfortunately make (a phone call) passport excellent rain Prepositions photocopy foggy read on (business/vacation/a (air)plane freezing stay (home) trip) room full stop over (the weekend) service hot take (a day off) surfing incredible worry test lost wrong lucky Expressions Asking about past activities Giving opinions about past experiences Did you go anywhere last weekend? How did you like . . . ?/How was . . . ? How did you spend . . . ? It was . . . ./I really enjoyed it. What did you do . . . ? What was the best thing about . . . ? Where did you . . . ? Was the . . . OK? What time did you . . . ? Who did you . . . with? How long were you . . . ? T-182 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 8. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 183 Unit 8 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns pay phone floor hold on Neighborhood/ post office garbage look for Recreational facilities restaurant grass share amusement park shopping center haircut wash apartment (building) skateboard park kid stationery store parking Adverbs aquarium Responses avenue swimming pool pet theater pollution of course bank traffic light privacy Other barber shop (public) transportation reservation everywhere bookstore travel agency roommate in fact (botanical) garden video arcade utilities too (= also) campus clothing store youth center yard Prepositions dance club zoo on Adjectives drugstore Other next to available gas station ad(vertisement) near(by) convenient grocery store (car) alarm close to fancy gym animal across from loud hotel bedroom opposite quiet ice-skating rink card in front of in-line skating path cat Verbs in back of Internet café choice agree behind laundromat cleanliness bark between (public) library complaint borrow on the corner of movie theater crime call back (science) museum dog cut Conjunction music store door dry so park fashion find Expressions Defining a place Asking about quantities What’s a . . . ? Are there many . . . ? It’s a place where you . . . . Yes, there are a lot. Asking for and giving locations Yes, there are a few. Is there a/an . . . near here? No, there aren’t many. Yes, there is. There’s one . . . . No, there aren’t any. No, there isn’t, but there’s one . . . . No, there are none. Are there any . . . around here? Is there much . . . ? Yes, there are. There are some . . . . Yes, there’s a lot. No, there aren’t, but there are some . . . . Yes, there’s a little. No, there aren’t any . . . around here. No, there isn’t much. No, there isn’t any. No, there’s none. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-183
  • 9. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 184 Unit 9 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Adjectives Verbs appearance bald describe beard blond hold centimeter casual learn contact lenses classic sit couple curly suppose e-pal dark wear eye elderly feet funky Adverbs fairly (+ adjective) girlfriend good-looking quite (+ adjective) glasses gorgeous guy handsome Prepositions hair long in (a T-shirt/jeans/his twenties) height medium on (the couch) length middle aged to (the left of) looks serious-looking with (red hair) man short meter straight mustache tall picture sweater window woman Expressions Asking about appearance Identifying someone What does she look like? Who’s Raoul? She’s tall. He’s the man wearing a green shirt/talking to Liz. She has red hair. Which one is Julia? How old is she? She’s the one in jeans/near the window. She’s about 32. Making suggestions She’s in her thirties. Why don’t you . . . ? How tall is she? She’s 1 meter 88. She’s 6 feet 2. How long is her hair? It’s medium length. What color is her hair? It’s light brown. What color are her eyes? They’re dark green. Does he wear glasses? Yes, he does./No, he doesn’t. T-184 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 10. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 185 Unit 10 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Verbs Adverbs appointment choose already (mountain) biking clean ago camel climb lately (goat) cheese cut latest curry decide past hill dictionary recently hairstyle easygoing yet key fast-paced (herbal) tea hike Prepositions for (a while/two weeks/several years) lifestyle kill since (6:45/last week/elementary school) magazine lose (take-out) meal read riverboat tour ride streetcar surf (the Internet) truck take (it easy) wedding taste try Adjectives valuable awake busy current elementary school engaged iced important live (concert) relaxed several Expressions Talking about past experiences How many times have you . . . ? Expressing uncertainty Have you ever . . . ? I’ve . . . once/twice/several times. I can’t decide. Have you . . . recently/lately . . . this week? How long have you lived here? Apologizing Yes, I have./No, I haven’t. I’ve lived here for/since . . . . I’m sorry (I’m late). Have you . . . yet? How long did you live there? Yes, I have. I’ve (already) . . . . I lived there for . . . . No, I haven’t. I haven’t . . . (yet). © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-185
  • 11. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 186 Unit 11 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Adjectives Other attraction best arrive bargain clean get around beach crowded move away event delicious plan to (+ verb) (city) guide efficient recommend harbor fast rent hometown historical use information local sight inexpensive Adverbs anytime souvenir noisy definitely spot polluted easily subway safe extremely (+ adjective) summer spacious maybe taxi stressful somewhat (+ adjective) town ugly visitor Verbs Prepositions outside (the city) Pronoun Modal about (Mexico City) you (= anyone) should Conjunctions however though Expressions Describing something Asking for information Asking for and giving What’s . . . like? Can you tell me about . . . ? suggestions It’s . . . and . . . . Talking about advisability What should I . . . ? It’s . . . , but (it’s not) . . . . What can you do . . . ? You should . . . . It’s . . . . It’s not (too) . . . , though. You can . . . . You shouldn’t . . . . It’s . . . . It’s not (too) . . . , however. You can’t . . . . Should I . . . ? Can I . . . ? Yes, you should./No, you shouldn’t. Yes, you can./No, you can’t. T-186 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 12. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 187 Unit 12 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Containers Other Verbs Health problems bag advice Modals backache bottle back could burn box chicken stock may cold can dentist Other cough jar energy burn dry skin pack garlic chop up fever stick hand concentrate flu tube head faint headache Pharmacy items idea get (a cold) hiccups aspirin liquid hurt insomnia bandages muscle rest itchy eyes breath mints rest put mosquito bites cough drops throat see (a doctor/a dentist) sore eyes/muscles/throat deodorant tooth suggest stomachache eye drops sneeze Adjectives sunburn face cream take (medicine/ helpful toothache heating pad something for . . . ) homesick upset stomach lotion work (= succeed) itchy multivitamin stressed (out) Prepositions ointment shaving cream in (bed) tissues under (cold water) toothpaste vitamin C Expressions Talking about health problems Asking for and giving advice How are you? What should you do . . . ? Not so good. I have . . . . It’s important/helpful/a good idea to . . . . That’s too bad. What do you suggest/have for . . . ? Offering and accepting assistance Try/I suggest/You should . . . . Can/May I help you? Expressing dislike Yes, please. Yuck! Can/Could/May I have . . . ? Agreeing You’re right. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-187
  • 13. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 188 Unit 13 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns lemon Other Verbs Food and beverages lettuce coffee shop Modals banana meat menu will bean meatball order would beef mushroom review Other bread noodle waiter bring burrito omelet waitress order cake pizza take (an order) potato Adjectives cappuccino rice baked Adverbs (blue) cheese salad bland a bit (+ adjective) chicken salmon fresh either chocolate sandwich fried neither cucumber seafood greasy tonight (main) dish shrimp grilled dessert Preposition soup healthy dressing with (lemon) sushi international flavor tofu mashed french fries tomato mixed hamburger tuna rich ice cream vinaigrette salty kebab water sour lamb spicy stir-fried sweet vegetarian Expressions Expressing feelings Ordering in a restaurant I’m (not) crazy about . . . . May I take your order? I’m (not) in the mood for . . . . What would you like (to . . . )? I can’t stand . . . . I’d like/I’ll have a/an/the . . . . Agreeing and disagreeing What kind of . . . would you like? I like . . . . I’d like/I’ll have . . . , please. So do I./I do, too. Would you like anything else? I don’t like . . . . Yes, please. I’d like . . . . Neither do I./I don’t either. No, thank you. That’ll be all. I’m crazy about . . . . So am I./I am, too. I’m not in the mood for . . . . Neither am I./I’m not either. I can . . . . So can I./I can, too. I can’t . . . . Neither can I./I can’t either. T-188 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 14. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 189 Unit 14 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Verbs Geography airport get up (to) capital farm go down (to) coastline gift knowledge Adverb desert metal next year earth forest million Prepositions island number in (the summer/the world/the Americas) lake population of (the three) ocean quiz on (the island/earth) planet winter from . . . to . . . river Adjectives sea deep view far valley hard volcano high waterfall isolated world mountainous Distances and measurements wet degree (Celsius/Fahrenheit) worse kilometer meter (square) mile Expressions Talking about distances and measurements Making comparisons How far is . . . from . . . ? Which country is larger, . . . or . . . ? It’s about . . . kilometers/miles. . . . is larger than . . . . How big is . . . ? Which country is the largest: . . . , . . . , or . . . ? It’s . . . square kilometers/miles. . . . is the largest of the three. How high is . . . ? Which country has the largest . . . ? It’s . . . meters/feet high. . . . has the largest . . . . How deep is . . . ? What is the most beautiful . . . in the world? It’s . . . meters/feet deep. I think . . . is the most beautiful. How long is . . . ? It’s . . . kilometers/miles long. How hot is . . . in the summer? It gets up to . . . degrees. How cold is . . . in the winter? It goes down to . . . degrees. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-189
  • 15. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 190 Unit 15 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Adjectives Leisure activities address canceled (comedy) act babysitter physical barbecue DVD excuse Verbs (dance) performance favor accept gathering invitation give hockey game meeting open picnic message pick (someone) up (golf) tournament relative practice rock concert request refuse roller coaster return statement speak puppy Adverbs afterward on time overtime Expressions Talking about plans Making a business call What are you doing tonight? Hello. May I speak to . . . ? I’m going . . . . . . . ’s not in. Can I take a message? Are you doing anything tonight? Yes, please. This is . . . . Would you Yes, I am. I’m . . . . ask . . . to call me? No, I’m not. This is . . . . What is she going to do tomorrow? I’ll give . . . the message. She’s going . . . . Leaving and taking messages Are they going to . . . ? Can/May I take a message? Yes, they are. Please tell . . . (that) . . . . Apologizing and giving reasons Please ask . . . to . . . . I’d love to, but I can’t. I . . . . Would/Could you tell . . . to . . . ? Sorry, but I have to . . . . Would/Could you ask . . . to . . . ? T-190 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  • 16. 0521614694p176-191.qxd 2/28/05 1:23 PM Page 191 Unit 16 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Adjectives Adverbs (savings) account broke anymore (photo) album outgoing differently credit own less card successful someday career change Verbs Prepositions achieve in (ages/a few years) course become into (my own apartment) future bring about goal catch up graduation change (driver’s) license dress life dye (bank/student) loan lottery fall (in love) responsibility gain skill graduate vocabulary grow weight hope (+ verb) improve pay off take (the bus) win Expressions Describing changes Talking about future plans You’ve really changed! I’m (not) going to . . . . I’m not in school anymore. I (don’t) plan/want to . . . . I wear contact lenses. I hope to . . . . I got engaged. I’d like/love to . . . . I moved to a new place. Expressing congratulations I’ve lost weight. Congratulations! I’ve changed jobs. My hair is shorter now. My job is less stressful. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-191