ENGLISH PROJECT<br />UNIT 2. Second clue my dear watson...<br />By<br />Conchi<br />Domingo<br />Laura<br />Loli<br />Yoli...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES<br />PROJEC ENGLISH        UNIT 2<br />
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                        <br />PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />PROJEC ENGLISH  ...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                         PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />The present simple te...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                         PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  sent...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                         PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple: sente...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                         PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  ques...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                         PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  ques...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES<br />ARTICLE A/AN<br />PROJEC ENGLISH        UNIT 2<br />
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                                               ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                                               ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                                               ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                        <br />POSSESSIVE “ ´s “<br />PROJEC ENGLISH     ...
GRAMMAR STRUCTURES                                                                          POSSESSIVE “ ´s “<br />Example...
It´s Fina´s bag.
Your sister´s boyfriend  is an actor.</li></ul> <br />Used “`s” with irregular plural people: men, women, children, people...
He´s my children´s father.
The people´s music  is this one.</li></ul> <br />Used “s`” with regular plural people. Example:<br /> <br /><ul><li>My par...
SENTENCES<br />PROJEC ENGLISH        UNIT 2<br />
SENTENCES<br />What do you think?<br />They live in a flat<br />Look at the photos<br />What % of British people…?<br />re...
SENTENCES<br />David has 28 days of Holiday every year<br />My boyfriend has a very stressful job<br />People who work at ...
VOCABULARY<br />PROJEC ENGLISH        UNIT 2<br />
VOCABULARY<br />JOBS<br />PROJEC ENGLISH        UNIT 2<br />
VOCABULARY<br />FAMILY<br />Father		padre  			mother		madre<br />Parents		padres			grandparents	abuelos<br />Son		hijo			d...
VOCABULARY<br />FAMILY<br />Greatgrand parent	bisabuelos 	Greatgrand children	bisnietos<br />Godfather	padrino		godmother	...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />A – a 		An- a		<br />Address		dirección<br />Afternoon	tarde<br />Alcohol		alcohol<br />Always...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Company		compañía<br />Consonant	consonante<br />Cook		cocinar<br />Cook		cocinero<br />Cry			...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Football		fútbol<br />For			para<br />Fourth		cuarto<br />Friends		amigos<br />From		de<br />G...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Late		tarde<br />Laughsonreír<br />Leg			pierna<br />Letter		letra<br />Lift			ascensor<br />L...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />East		sur<br />West		oeste<br />Office		oficina<br />Often		a menudo<br />Only		solo<br />Othe...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Running		correr<br />Sadness		tristeza<br />Shallow		poco profundo<br />Shoes		zapatos<br />Sh...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Television		televisión<br />Tennis		tenis<br />Tens		tiendas de campaña<br />Terrible		terribl...
VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Windows		ventana<br />Woman		mujer<br />Women		mujeres<br />Work		trabajar<br />Zebra		cebra<b...
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  1. 1. ENGLISH PROJECT<br />UNIT 2. Second clue my dear watson...<br />By<br />Conchi<br />Domingo<br />Laura<br />Loli<br />Yoli<br />Fina<br />
  2. 2. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  3. 3. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES <br />PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  4. 4. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />The present simple tense is used for things that are generally true or habbits.<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  5. 5. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  sentences in positive “+”<br />Subject +infinitive . Examples:<br />I play cards.<br />You work at home..<br />They read a newspaper.<br />We speak Spanish..<br />You cook very well.<br /> <br />The spelling rules for he/she/it forms are the same as for plurals. Examples:<br />He studies at university. <br />She works at home.<br />It moves slowly. <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  6. 6. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple: sentences in  negative“-“<br />Subject+auxiliary(don´t, doesn´t)*+ infinitive. <br />*Contractions: don´t = do not, for: I, you, we, you, they.<br />Contractions: doesn´t= does not, for: She, he, It. <br />Examples:<br />I don´t work.<br />You don´t play.<br />We don´t like  football.<br />You don´t  speak Chinese.<br />They don´t smoke.<br />He doesn´t work.<br />She doesn´t play.<br />It doesn´t live here.<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  7. 7. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  question “?” <br />Auxiliary + subject+infinitive. <br />(Auxiliary = do, for: I, you, we, they / does, for: he, she, It)<br />Examples:<br />Do I work?<br />Do you play the piano?<br />Do they drive?<br />Do we have lunch at home?<br />Does he live in a flat?<br />Does  it open?<br />Does she have a dog?<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  8. 8. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE<br />Present simple:  question “?” <br />Or Question word+ auxiliary+ subject+ infinitive. <br />Examples: <br />Why do I want to learn English?<br />What do you remember?<br />When does he play football?<br />What food does your sister like?<br />How fast does it move?<br />Where do we go?<br />Where do you think?<br />How often  do they drink coffee?<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  9. 9. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES<br />ARTICLE A/AN<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  10. 10. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE A/AN<br />The article “a” is used to when the first sound of the following word  is a consonant. <br />Example:<br />She´s a nurse.<br />You´re a pilot.<br />I´m a teacher.<br />He´s a politician.<br />It is a magazine.<br /> <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  11. 11. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE A/AN<br />The article “an” is used to when the first sound of the following word  is a vowel. <br />Example:<br />You are an actor.<br />I am an engineer.<br />It is an umbrella.<br /> <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  12. 12. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES ARTICLE A/AN<br />ARTICLE A/AN<br />The articles a/an don´t use with plurals. <br />Example:<br />They´re doctors.<br />We´re students.<br />You´re lawyers.<br /> <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  13. 13. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES <br />POSSESSIVE “ ´s “<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  14. 14. GRAMMAR STRUCTURES POSSESSIVE “ ´s “<br />Example: Becky`s friend - `s = of Becky<br />The possessive ´s is used to express possession or the relation ship among relatives. It is used only for people o animals. Never use that for things.<br /> <br />Used “`s” with a person to talk about  relatives and possessions. Examples:<br /> <br /><ul><li>She is Peter´s wife.
  15. 15. It´s Fina´s bag.
  16. 16. Your sister´s boyfriend  is an actor.</li></ul> <br />Used “`s” with irregular plural people: men, women, children, people. Examples:<br /> <br /><ul><li>The men´s toilet is over there.
  17. 17. He´s my children´s father.
  18. 18. The people´s music  is this one.</li></ul> <br />Used “s`” with regular plural people. Example:<br /> <br /><ul><li>My parents` house is in Roldan.</li></ul> <br />Don`t use “´s “ with things. Example:<br /><ul><li>The roof of the house.  NOT  -The house`s roof.</li></ul>.<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  19. 19. SENTENCES<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  20. 20. SENTENCES<br />What do you think?<br />They live in a flat<br />Look at the photos<br />What % of British people…?<br />read a newpaper everyday<br />smoke<br />watch TV every night<br />have a pet<br />live in a house with garden<br />go to the cinema every weekend<br />Which thinks are “typically British”?<br />Do you watch TV?<br />What programmes do you like?<br />Nice to meet you<br />Sorry. I’m late<br />Would you like a glass of wine?<br />I don`t drink alcohol<br />Mineral water for me<br />What this?<br />It`s fantastic<br />Don`t you like it?<br />What food do you like?<br />Do you live with your mother?<br />Where does she work?<br />Does your mother work?<br />Does Darren like computers?<br />Meeting people<br />What language do you speak?<br />You want to meet a partner<br />Where do you live?<br />Listen and check<br />Listen again<br />Tim eats out on Tuesdays<br />Natasha likes sushi<br />Karen likes coffee<br />Greta goes to golf classes<br />Mick usually watches television<br />Ricky reads Russian writers<br />She smokes a lot<br />He has a cat<br />She does exercise<br />It finishes in a minute<br />Read the text<br />Listen and repeat<br />Let`s meet for lunch<br />Do you like burgues?<br />I love Japanese food<br />See you on Friday<br />Thanks for your e-mail<br />Be careful with…<br />Change the sentences<br />The shops close at 5:00<br />He likes animals<br />He studies economics at university<br />He does housework<br />We speak French very well<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  21. 21. SENTENCES<br />David has 28 days of Holiday every year<br />My boyfriend has a very stressful job<br />People who work at home are sometimes lonely<br />I just have a sandwich for lunch<br />I work with three other people<br />They work in a hospital<br />Maria works in an office<br />Maria earns a lot of money<br />Do you work with a computer?<br />He´s an actor<br />I´m a lawyer<br />They´re engineers<br />I don´t wear a uniform.<br />I work for a newspaper<br />I have special qualifications<br />In your country, what jobs are well paid?<br />Do you work in a factory?<br />Do you work in the morning?<br />Do you work with other people?<br />Do you write letters or e-mails?<br />I usually work about eight hours a day<br />We play at weekends in pubs and clubs<br />A singer sings songs<br />When people speak fast they don´t separate words<br />What do the people in your family do?<br />Sylvester Stallone´s mother at the Oscars<br />How many nieces and nephews do you have?<br />What´s your brother´s job?<br />I think my cousin is thirty-three<br />Her husband´s a hairdresser<br />Do you want a smoking or non-smoking room?<br />Do you need help with your bags?<br />Enjoy your stay, Mr. Ryder<br />Do you know Kathy´s brother?<br />The women´s toilets are over there<br />I think this is that woman´s bag<br />We have coffee in the Teachers´Room at 10.00<br />My father´s flat is in the town centre<br />Phillip´s brother is an actor<br />Clare´s children work in London<br />My sister´s daughter is my niece<br />They don´t have a TV or CD player<br />In the summer the children´s friends come from London to visit.<br />Simon doesn´t drive<br />John´s four children live in Venezuela<br />The man speaks four different languages<br />Can I see your passport, please?<br />Where´s the lift?<br />The children don´t know how to use a Play Station<br />John is a biology teacher.<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  22. 22. VOCABULARY<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  23. 23. VOCABULARY<br />JOBS<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  24. 24. VOCABULARY<br />FAMILY<br />Father padre mother madre<br />Parents padres grandparents abuelos<br />Son hijo daughter hija<br />Brother hermano sister hermana<br />Uncle tio aunt tia<br />Nephew sobrino niece sobrina<br />Cousin primo <br />Husband marido wife mujer<br />Partner pareja divorced divorciado<br />Grandfather abuelo grandmother abuela<br />Grandson nieto granddaughter nieta<br />grand children nietos grandparents abuelos<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  25. 25. VOCABULARY<br />FAMILY<br />Greatgrand parent bisabuelos  Greatgrand children bisnietos<br />Godfather padrino godmother madrina<br />Godson ahijado goddaughter ahijada<br />Godchild ahijados children hijos<br />Step-father padrastro step-mathermadrastra<br />Step-son hijastro Step-daugtherhijastra<br />Step-grandfather abuelastro  Step-grandmother abuelastra<br />Son-in-law yernoDaugther-in-law nuera<br />Brother-in-law cuñado Sister-in-law cuñada<br />Father-in-law suegro Mother-in-law suegra<br />Boyfriend novio girlfriend novia<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  26. 26. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />A – a An- a <br />Address dirección<br />Afternoon tarde<br />Alcohol alcohol<br />Always siempre<br />Angry enfadado<br />Animals animales<br />Artist artista<br />Bag bolsa<br />Band grupo<br />Bar bar<br />Batmurciélago<br />Bed cama<br />Between entre<br />Book libro<br />Boring aburrido<br />Boy chico<br />Breakfast desayuno<br />Burger hamburguesa<br />Bus autobús<br />Cap gorra<br />Cappuccino capuchino<br />Car coche<br />Check comprobar<br />Chess ajedrez<br />Chips patatas<br />Cigarrette cigarro<br />Cinema cine<br />Class clase<br />Clean limpiar<br />Cleaning limpieza <br />Coffee café<br />Cold frío<br />Colleague colega<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  27. 27. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Company compañía<br />Consonant consonante<br />Cook cocinar<br />Cook cocinero<br />Cry llorar<br />Dance bailar<br />Date fecha<br />Dear querido<br />Deep profundo<br />Different diferente<br />Dinner cena<br />Do hacer<br />Dog perro<br />Double doble<br />Doubleroom habitación doble<br />Draw pintar<br />Drink beber<br />Drive conducir<br />Earn ganar<br />Eat comer<br />Economics económicas<br />Espresso expreso<br />Even hasta, incluso<br />Evening atardecer<br />Everyday cada día<br />Everywhere en todas partes<br />Exercise ejercicio<br />Factory fábrica<br />Famous famosos<br />Fantastic fantástico<br />Far lejos<br />Fastfood comida basura<br />Flat llano<br />Flower flores <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  28. 28. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Football fútbol<br />For para<br />Fourth cuarto<br />Friends amigos<br />From de<br />Garden jardín<br />Get conseguir<br />Girl chica<br />Glass copa<br />Glasses gafas<br />Goes ir<br />Groundfloor planta baja<br />Guitar guitarra<br />Hands manos<br />Hapiness felicidad<br />Hat sombrero<br />Have tener<br />Heavy pesado<br />Holidays vacaciones<br />Homework deberes<br />House casa<br />Hungry hambriento<br />In en<br />Incredible increíble<br />Inside interior<br />Iron plancha<br />Ironing planchado<br />Jazz jazz<br />Judge juez<br />Jump saltar<br />Just justo<br />Keys llaves<br />Kitchen cocinar<br />Language lenguaje <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  29. 29. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Late tarde<br />Laughsonreír<br />Leg pierna<br />Letter letra<br />Lift ascensor<br />Like gustar<br />Listen escuchar<br />Live vivir<br />Lonely solitario<br />Love amor<br />Lunch comida<br />Madame señora<br />Magazine revista<br />Make hacer<br />Man hombre<br />Many muchas<br />Mate compañero<br />Meet encontrar<br />Men hombres <br />Mess confusión<br />Milk leche<br />Money dinero<br />Monkey mono<br />Morning mañana<br />Near cerca<br />Never nunca<br />Neverever jamás<br />Newspaper periódico<br />Night noche<br />Noise ruido<br />Normally normalmente<br />Nose nariz<br />North norte <br />South sur<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  30. 30. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />East sur<br />West oeste<br />Office oficina<br />Often a menudo<br />Only solo<br />Other otro<br />Outside fuera<br />Parrot loro<br />Party fiesta<br />Pay pagar<br />People personas<br />Person persona<br />Pet mascota<br />Photo foto<br />Phrases frases<br />Pictures cuadro<br />Play jugar<br />Popular popular<br />Possessions posesiones<br />Possessive posesivo<br />Prefer preferir<br />Puts poner<br />Rainforest selva tropical<br />Read leer<br />Really realmente<br />Reception recepción<br />Relacionship relación<br />Relatively relativamente<br />Relatives relativo<br />Relax relajante<br />Remember recordar<br />Revise corregir<br />Right señal <br />Run paseo<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  31. 31. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Running correr<br />Sadness tristeza<br />Shallow poco profundo<br />Shoes zapatos<br />Shop tienda<br />Shopping compras<br />Shout gritar<br />Shower ducha<br />Sign firmar<br />Sing cantar<br />Singer cantante<br />Single solo<br />Single room habitación simple<br />Sir señor<br />Smoke fumar<br />Smoker fumador<br />Snack aperitivo <br />Snake serpiente<br />Sometimes a veces<br />Song canción<br />Speak hablar<br />Spend gastar<br />Stand soporte<br />Still quiero<br />Stressful estresante<br />Studyestudiar<br />Subject objeto<br />Suddenly de repente<br />Supermarket supermercado<br />Survive sobrevivir<br />Swim nadar<br />Swimming natación<br />Take car cuídate<br />Teaches enseñar <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  32. 32. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Television televisión<br />Tennis tenis<br />Tens tiendas de campaña<br />Terrible terrible<br />Thirsty sediento<br />Thumbpulgar<br />Tie corbata<br />Tipycal típico<br />To para<br />Together juntos<br />Tomorrow mañana<br />Too también<br />Train tren<br />Typically típico<br />Uniform uniforme<br />University universidad<br />Until hasta<br />Upstairs arriba<br />Vase florero<br />What? Qué?<br />When? Cuándo?<br />Where? Dónde?<br />Who? Quién?<br />Why? Por qué?<br />How? Como?<br />Narrow estrecho<br />Watch ver<br />Water agua<br />Fizzywater agua con gas<br />Stillwater agua sin gas<br />Tapwaiter agua del grifo<br />Wear llevar<br />Weekend fin de semana<br />Wild salvaje <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  33. 33. VOCABULARY<br />VARIED<br />Windows ventana<br />Woman mujer<br />Women mujeres<br />Work trabajar<br />Zebra cebra<br />Bones huesos<br />Cementery cementerio<br />Costume disfraz<br />Devil demonio<br />Ghost fantasma<br />Hauntedhouse casa encantada<br />Pumpkin calabaza<br />Skeleton esqueleto<br />Skullscadaveras<br />Treat trato<br />Trick truco<br />Witch bruja<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  34. 34. PHONETICS<br />OF DIFFICULT WORDS<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  35. 35. PHONETICS OF DIFFICULT WORDS<br />Actor <br />Actress <br />Alcohol<br />Artist <br />Aunt<br />Bag<br />Band<br />Between<br />Brother<br />Brother-in-law<br />Builder<br />Children<br />Clothes<br />Cooks<br />Costume<br />Cousin<br />Daughter<br />/ˈæktə/<br />/ˈæktrəs/<br />/ˈælkəhɒl/ <br />/ˈɑːtɪst/ <br />/aːnt/ <br />/bæg/ <br />/bænd/ <br />/bɪˈtwiːn/ <br />/ˈbrʌðə/ <br />/ˈbrʌðərɪnlɔː/ <br />/ˈbɪldə/ <br />/ˈtʃɪldrən/<br />/ˈkləʊðz/ <br />/kʊks/ <br />/ˈkɒstjuːm/<br />/ˈkʌzn/ <br />/ˈdɔːtə/ <br />Daughter-in-law <br />Designer<br />Divorced<br />Does<br />Double<br />Draw<br />Earn<br />East<br />Eats<br />Engineer<br />Even<br />Factory<br />Father<br />Footballer<br />Fourth<br />Goes<br />Hairdresser<br />/ˈdɔːtərɪnlɔː/ <br />/dɪzaɪnə/ <br />/dɪˈvɔːst/ <br />/dʌz/ <br />/ˈdʌbl̩/ <br />/drɔː/ <br />/ɜːn/ <br />/iːst/ <br />/iːts/ <br />/endʒɪˈnɪə/ <br />/ˈiːvn/ <br />/ˈfæktri/<br />/ˈfɑːðə/ <br />/ˈfʊtbɔːlə/ <br />/fɔːθ/ <br />/ɡəʊz/ <br />/ˈheədresə/ <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  36. 36. PHONETICS OF DIFFICULT WORDS<br />Has <br />Hat <br />Housewife <br />Husband <br />Incredible <br />Journalist <br />Judge <br />Just <br />language <br />Later <br />Laugh<br />Lawyer <br />Lift <br />Likes <br />Lonely <br />Mother <br />Musician<br />/hæz/ <br />/hæt/ <br />/ˈhaʊswaɪf/ <br />/ˈhʌzbənd/ <br />/ɪnˈkredəbl/ <br />/ˈdʒɜːnəlɪst/ <br />/dʒʌdʒ/ <br />/dʒʌst/ <br />/ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ/ <br />/ˈleɪtə/ <br />/lɑːf/<br />/ˈlɔɪə/ <br />/lɪft/ <br />/ˈlaɪks/ <br />/ˈləʊnli/ <br />/ˈmʌðə/ <br />/mjuˈzɪʃn/ <br />Nephew <br />Niece<br />North <br />Nose <br />Nurse <br />Other <br />Parents <br />Partner<br />People <br />Person <br />Pilot <br />Politician <br />Prefer <br />Puts <br />Rainforest <br />Recepcionist<br />Relationship <br />/ˈnefjuː/ <br />/niːs / <br />/nɔːθ/ <br />/nəʊz/<br />/nɜːs/<br />/ˈʌðə/<br />/ˈpeərənts/ <br />/ˈpɑːtnə/ <br />/ˈpɪːpl/<br />/ˈpɜːsn/ <br />/ˈpaɪlət/ <br />/pɒlɪˈtɪʃn/ <br />/prɪˈfɜː/ <br />/ˈpʊts/ <br />/ˈreɪnfɒrɪst/ <br />/rɪˈsepʃənɪst/ <br />/rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp / <br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />
  37. 37. PHONETICS OF DIFFICULT WORDS<br />Relatives <br />Secretary <br />Shallow<br />Shoes <br />Sign <br />Sing <br />Singer <br />Single <br />Son <br />Song <br />South <br />Suddenly <br />Still<br />Stressful <br />Student <br />Survive <br />/ˈrelətɪvz/ <br />/ˈsekrətri/ <br />/ˈʃæləʊ/<br />/ʃuːz/ <br />/saɪn/ <br />/sɪŋ/ <br />/ˈsɪŋə/<br />/ˈsɪŋɡl̩/ <br />/sʌn/<br />/sɒŋ/ <br />/saʊθ/ <br />/sʌdn̩li/ <br />/stɪl/ <br />/ˈstresfl̩/ <br />/ˈstjuːdnt/ <br />/səˈvaɪv/ <br />Teacher <br />Teaches <br />Thirsty<br />Thumb <br />Tie <br />Uncle <br />Unemployed <br />Uniform<br />Until <br />Vase<br />Waiter <br />Waitress <br />Watches <br />Wild <br />Women <br />Works <br />/ˈtiːtʃə/ <br />/ˈtiːtʃɪz/ <br />/ˈθɜːsti/ <br />/θʌm/ <br />/taɪ/ <br />/ˈʌŋkl/ <br />/ʌnɪmˈploɪd/ <br />/ˈjuːnɪfɔːm/ <br />/ʌnˈtɪl/ <br />/vɑːz/ <br />/ˈweɪtə/<br />/ˈweɪtrəs/<br />/ˈwɒtʃɪz/<br />/waɪld/ <br />/ˈwɪmɪn/<br />/ˈwɜːks/<br />PROJEC ENGLISH UNIT 2<br />

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