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Language Book 2

  1. 1. Unit 1 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns movie star Adjectives get (in trouble) background occupation good (at) get (to know) bicycle personal ad messy keep fit (summer) camp politics neat refer childhood possession online remember comic book rabbit outdoor skate competition scrapbook professional snake Adverb degree two-story taste regularly diploma hero toy Verbs tree house be into (something) immigrant trumpet collect interest follow memory Expressions Greeting someone Talking about past activities Hi./Hello. Where did you learn to . . . ? Introducing yourself How old were you when you began to . . . ? My name is . . . ./I’m . . . . I was . . . years old. Nice to meet you. What/Where did you use to . . . ? Good to meet you, too. When I was a kid, I used to . . . . Exchanging personal information Talking about past abilities Could you tell me (a little) about yourself? How well did you . . . ? Sure. What do you want to know? I was pretty good. Are you from . . . ? Apologizing Yes, I am./No, I’m not. I’m (really) sorry. Where were you born? Asking for and agreeing to a favor I was born in . . . . Can you . . . ? Did you grow up there? Sure. Did you go to school in . . . ? Yes, I did./No, I didn’t. T-176 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  2. 2. Unit 2 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Compound nouns traffic jam Adverbs area bicycle lane train station upstairs banquet bicycle stand train stop Adverbs of quantity certificate bus lane train system fewer counter bus station less Pronoun culture bus stop more whom district bus system not enough editor cash machine Adjective too many highway newsstand duty-free too much (tourist) information nightclub center parking garage Verbs marvel parking space allow motorist rush hour cause nature streetlight concern paradise subway line cost pedestrian subway station provide rating subway stop sightsee road subway system solve shopping mall taxi lane stay (open) sign taxi service slogan taxi stand theme tourism campaign Expressions Expressing concern Asking for information There are too many . . . ./There is too much . . . . Could you tell me where . . . ? There should be fewer . . . ./There should be less . . . . Can you tell me how often . . . ? We need more . . . . Do you know what time/when . . . ? There aren’t enough . . . ./There isn’t enough . . . . Just one more thing. Getting someone’s attention Thanking someone Excuse me. Thanks (a lot). Expressing probability It should . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-177
  3. 3. Unit 3 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Adjectives Verbs (room and) board afraid add expense bright expect housework comfortable locate list cramped make (changes) PIN number dingy safari huge Preposition vegetable inconvenient per wish modern private separate shabby two-car wild Expressions Giving an opinion Expressing regret about a present situation The . . . isn’t . . . enough. I’m afraid so. The . . . is too . . . . I wish (that) I could . . . . There aren’t enough . . . ./There isn’t enough . . . . I wish I didn’t . . . . It’s not as . . . as . . . . I wish life were easier. It doesn’t have as many . . . as . . . ./It has just as Agreeing many . . . as . . . . Me, too. Exchanging personal information Where are you living now? I’m still . . . . T-178 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  4. 4. Unit 4 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Adjectives roast Food and beverages appetizer barbecued steam bagel barbecue crispy toast eggplant bowl diced Other guacamole (dip) charcoal ethnic close lime cookbook marinated cover peanut butter diet melted cry (chili) pepper exam raw cut up popcorn ingredient shredded marinate pork mixture strange mash salt pan tempting melt sauce plate toasted mix snail (food) poisoning uncooked refrigerate spice recipe spread side Verbs turn over sugar vinegar skewer Cooking methods slice bake Adverbs tablespoon barbecue from time to time video game boil lightly fry overnight Expressions Talking about food and beverages Describing a procedure Have you ever eaten . . . ? First, . . . . Yes, I have./No, I haven’t. Then, . . . . It’s/They’re . . . ! Next, . . . . This/It sounds . . . ./They sound . . . . After that, . . . . Ordering in a restaurant Finally, . . . . Have you decided yet? Stating a preference Yes. I’ll have . . . . I usually like to . . . . And you? I prefer to . . . . I think I’ll have . . . . Making and declining an offer Why don’t you try some? No, thanks./No, I don’t think so. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-179
  5. 5. Unit 5 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns (art) gallery suitcase Verbs Activities guidebook surfboard Modals antique shopping hiking boots tap had better camping identification tour must eating out inn vaccination ought to fishing Jacuzzi visa should reading lift windbreaker Other sledding medication wonderland avoid Other national park bring back nightlife Adjectives accommodation candlelit carry ATM card option check out (a) couple (of) camper overnight bag discover cross-country condition plane ticket feature exact copy resort fix up excited credit card route include horse-drawn document safety mention luxurious equipment sleigh necessary Adverbs fare specialty required by myself fireplace stall round-trip in advance first-aid kit Conjunction whether Expressions Talking about definite plans Describing necessity Have you made any plans? You must/You need to/You (don’t) have to . . . . I’m going to . . . . Giving suggestions Talking about possible plans You’d better/You ought to/You should/You shouldn’t . . . . I guess I’ll . . . . Making and accepting an offer Maybe I’ll . . . . Why don’t you . . . ? I think I’ll . . . . Do you mean it? I’d love to! I’ll probably . . . . Asking about length of time For how long? How long are you going to . . . ? How many days will you . . . ? T-180 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  6. 6. Unit 6 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns stereo keep clean criticize association stranger let out feel (free) effort survey pick up lend enjoyment tenant put away lock flower toothbrush take off make sure groceries towel take out mind guest trash throw out nag guideline turn down promise Adjectives turn off realize hallway following household chore turn on pleasant Adverbs laptop Other as soon as mess Verbs admit badly program Two-part verbs apologize loudly seat clean up bother quietly security go through clear sound hang up contact Expressions Making and agreeing/objecting to a request Giving an excuse Please . . . . I’m sorry. I didn’t realize . . . . OK. No problem! Admitting a mistake Oh, but . . . . I’m sorry. I forgot. Can/Could you . . . ? You’re right. I was wrong. Sure, no problem. I’d be glad to. Making an offer Would you please . . . ? I’ll . . . right away. OK. I’ll . . . . Making a promise Would you mind . . . ? I promise I’ll . . . ./I’ll make sure to . . . . Sorry. I’ll . . . right away. Expressing annoyance Goodness! Expressing surprise Are you kidding? © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-181
  7. 7. Unit 7 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns dropout technophile entertain Machines/Appliances engineer term escape answering machine evader transmission feed battery (DNA) fingerprinting voice mail highlight calculator geek watercraft house-sit camcorder hacker Web site influence CD-ROM hardware whiz perform robot impression World Wide Web press satellite instruction protect invention Adjective receive Walkman empty Other keyboard recharge area code letter Verbs ring assignment monitor affect scan bill mouse browse set boss percentage check store burglar recording cut and paste transmit button robotics dial understand caller screen double-click (on) criminal task download disk drive technology drag and drop Expressions Describing a use or purpose Giving advice What’s this for? First of all, be sure to . . . . It’s used for . . . ./It’s used to . . . . And don’t forget to . . . . I can use it for . . . ./I can use it to . . . . Make sure to . . . . What are these for? Remember to . . . . They’re used for . . . ./They’re used to . . . . Try not to . . . . You can use them for . . . ./You can use them to . . . . T-182 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  8. 8. Unit 8 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns bride luck Verbs Holidays, festivals, and cemetery marriage be like celebrations ceremony reception court April Fools’ Day courtship resolution date Carnaval cranberry sauce samba get (engaged/married/ Children’s Day custom shrine together) Chinese New Year dancing speech honor Day of the Dead diamond ring streamers last Labor Day firecracker trick look forward Mother’s Day fireworks turkey occur New Year’s Day fruit punch picnic get-together Adjectives New Year’s Eve national Adverbs Thanksgiving groom harvest romantic at least Valentine’s Day surprise in honor (of) Other home movie boyfriend honeymoon Expressions Describing holidays, festivals, and celebrations Asking about customs . . . is a day/a night when . . . . How old are people when they . . . ? . . . is the day when . . . . Is there . . . ? . . . is the month when . . . . Where is the . . . usually held? . . . is the season when . . . . What happens during the . . . ? A . . . is a time when . . . . What do . . . wear? Before . . . , . . . . What kind of food is served? After . . . , . . . . When . . . , . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-183
  9. 9. Unit 9 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns environment Adjectives Verbs accident fine audio Modals advantage first class bored may automobile housing commercial might catalog jet airplane flying Other charity leader high-paying consider cinema ocean liner multiplex donate (common) cold postal system 3-D inherit communication railroad unexpected litter consequence reality game violent star construction site space flights virtual tear down cure tax disadvantage Adverbs instead nowadays soon Expressions Talking about the past Talking about the future In the past, . . . . Soon, there will be . . . . People used to . . . . In . . . years, people might/may . . . . . . . years ago, people . . . . In the future, people are going to . . . . Talking about the present Describing situations and possible consequences These days, . . . . If I . . . , I won’t have to . . . . Today, people . . . . If you don’t . . . , you’ll have to . . . . Nowadays, people . . . . If they . . . , they might . . . . If you . . . , you may have to . . . . T-184 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  10. 10. Unit 10 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Adjectives Verbs Jobs/Occupations activity assistant break (into) accountant article bad-tempered commute architect attitude bilingual do for a living artist calendar creative hire bookkeeper co-worker critical interview (entertainment) director cruise ship disorganized iron journalist decision door-to-door maintain marine biologist diaper forgetful make (a decision/ model employer generous a mistake) novelist excursion hardworking manage reporter experience impatient organize songwriter marketing level-headed schedule stockbroker personnel moody pressure Prepositions patient to and from product punctual toward requirement recent résumé reliable stock market strict unfriendly Expressions Talking about possible occupations Agreeing with feeling and opinions I’d make a good/bad . . . because I’m So do I. . . . and I like/don’t like . . . . So am I. I wouldn’t want to be a/an . . . Neither am I. because I’m too . . . . Neither do I. I could (never) be a/an . . . because Neither can I. I’m good/not good at . . . . I wouldn’t mind working as a/an . . . Disagreeing with feeling and opinions because I really like . . . . Oh, I don’t./Really? I . . . . Gee, I’m not. Expressing feelings and opinions I am! I like/hate/enjoy . . . . Well, I do. I’m interested in . . . . Oh, I don’t mind. I’m not good at . . . . I don’t mind . . . . I can’t stand . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-185
  11. 11. Unit 11 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns plain high-definition employ battle playwright lowland export cattle president official farm corn radium royal fill crop revolution snow-capped film currency sheep wide make up electronics industry structure manufacture textile industry Verbs produce hair salon travel agent catch landmark raise variety compose lobster record construct microchip Adjectives consume Adverb novel agricultural cultivate officially opera digital direct oyster Expressions Describing works of art, inventions, and discoveries Responding to difficult questions . . . was built/composed/created/designed/directed/ I’m not sure. Isn’t it . . . ? painted/recorded/written by . . . . I think . . . , but I’m not sure. . . . was developed/discovered/invented/produced by . . . . I really have no idea. Asking about a country How would I know? Where is . . . located? Expressing confusion What languages are spoken in . . . ? Huh? What currency is used in . . . ? What? Is English spoken (much) there? Where? Are credit cards accepted (everywhere)? T-186 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  12. 12. Unit 12 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Adjectives Verbs Adverbs accomplishment asleep be on one’s way coincidentally author calm be out (of) fortunately billionaire face down break generally ending face up get/have a chance luckily mining company leading kayak miraculously mud modeling (career) model sadly role normal pursue strangely software tiny slip suddenly tutor unlucky snowboard surprisingly toss unexpectedly unfortunately Expressions Talking about past events Greeting someone after a long time I was . . . , but I never . . . . I haven’t seen you in ages. I was . . . when I . . . . Has it been . . . since I last saw you? While I was . . . , . . . . Expressing interest and surprise Exchanging personal information That’s definitely lucky! Have you been doing anything exciting recently? Wow! Tell me more. Yes, I have./No, I haven’t. Oh, really? That’s interesting. What have you been doing lately/these days? Really? I didn’t know that! I’ve been . . . . Oh, I see. How long have you been doing that? Gee, I had no idea. For . . . . Asking for a reason How have you been? How come? Great! What about you? © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-187
  13. 13. Unit 13 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns character fair chase Movie types critic fascinating confuse action director hilarious disgust adventure iceberg horrible embarrass animated mania main excite classic mayor marvelous fascinate comedy photography odd get left (behind) documentary script outstanding interest drama smile poor laugh fantasy society ridiculous put down horror special effect silly rate musical story stupid remind mystery studio talented scare romance title weird shock science fiction village wonderful sink thriller surprise Adjectives Verbs take place war absurd amaze Other bizarre amuse Adverbs acting disgusting annoy by mistake alien dreadful be based (on) in a row bill dumb bore category Expressions Giving opinions about movies, books, and people Describing movies, books, and people I’m interested in . . . . It’s the movie which/that . . . . I thought . . . was an exciting book. It was a great book which/that . . . . I’m fascinated by . . . . It’s about a man/woman who/that . . . . I think . . . is a wonderful actress. He’s/She’s . . . who/that . . . . I find . . . fascinating. T-188 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  14. 14. Unit 14 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns seat belt Verbs roll bike rack situation Modals scratch fight speed limit can steal gesture warning could tap gum wastepaper basket have (got) to throw hard hat Other turn out Adjectives twirl lane bite annoyed leash camp wrinkle confused nail chew disgusted Adverbs obligation exist embarrassed absolutely parking ticket fasten frustrated perhaps peace flash irritated possibly permission go away nervous prohibition reserved land Preposition regulation notice from (side to side) rule recycle repeat Expressions Hypothesizing Expressing permission It might/may mean . . . . You can . . . . It could mean . . . . You’re allowed to . . . . Maybe/Perhaps it means . . . . Expressing prohibition Making a logical assumption You can’t . . . . That must mean . . . . You aren’t allowed to . . . . That probably means . . . . Expressing obligation Disagreeing You have to . . . . I don’t think so. You’ve got to . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-189
  15. 15. Unit 15 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns radio talk show Verbs spank advice column repair shop afford spill businessman reward break down throw away campsite shopping problem cheat trust comb truth confess warn counselor value deny yell cushion dislike Adjectives Adverbs flat tire divorce ashamed immediately garage sale exchange brief personally honesty hide original simply jail ignore tough straight owner reply predicament shoplift Expressions Describing imaginary situations and Giving opinions or suggestions consequences in the present about actions in the past What would you do if . . . ? What should I have done? If I . . . , I’d/I could/I might/I wouldn’t . . . . You should have . . . . Saying someone is right You shouldn’t have . . . . Hmm. You’ve got a point there. What would you have done? I would have . . . . Expressing disbelief I wouldn’t have . . . . You’re kidding! T-190 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
  16. 16. Unit 16 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns intention Verbs sail anger lie express weigh apology regret fly (in) ride Adverb coach get (out) sympathy out of (town) compliment have (the flu) criticism make (a date/plans) Adjective houseguest reorganize due Expressions Reporting requests Exchanging personal information . . . asked/told me to . . . . How are things? . . . said to . . . . Just fine, thanks. . . . asked/told me not to . . . . Talking on the phone . . . said not to . . . . Hi, . . . . This is . . . . Reporting statements Oh, hi. . . . said (that) . . . . Expressing regret . . . told me (that) . . . . That’s too bad. I’m really sorry. I’m sorry, too. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-191

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