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Vocabulary describing books






depressing adj /dɪ ˈ presɪ ŋ / ___________________________

entertaining adj /ˌ entə ˈ teɪ nɪ ŋ / ___________________________

fast-moving adj /fɑ ː st ˈ muː vɪ ŋ / ___________________________

gripping adj /ˈ ɡ rɪ pɪ ŋ / ___________________________

haunting adj /ˈ hɔ ː ntɪ ŋ / ___________________________

heavy-going adj /ˈ hevi ˈ ɡ ə ʊ ɪ ŋ / ___________________________

implausible adj /ɪ mˈ plɔ ː zə bl/ ___________________________

intriguing adj /ɪ nˈ triː ɡ ɪ ŋ / ___________________________

moving adj /ˈ muː vɪ ŋ / ___________________________

thought-provoking adj /ˈ θ ɔ ː t prə və ʊ kɪ ŋ / ___________________________

Lexis in context

arguably adv /ˈ ɑ ː ɡ juə bli/ ___________________________

awkward adj /ˈ ɔ ː kwə d/ ___________________________

barely adv /ˈ beə li/ ___________________________

bland adj /blæ nd/ ___________________________

faithful adj /ˈ feɪ θ fl/ ___________________________

lowly adj /ˈ lə ʊ li/ ___________________________

neatly adv /niː tli/ ___________________________

profoundly adv /prə ˈ faʊ ndli/ ___________________________

quirky adj /ˈ kwɜ ː ki/ ___________________________

smooth adj /smuː ð / ___________________________

staccato adj /stə ˈ kɑ ː tə ʊ / ___________________________

vast adj /vɑ ː st/ ___________________________

3C

Vocabulary Bank Money

Nouns for money or payments

budget n /ˈ bʌ dʒ ɪ t/ ___________________________

charge n /tʃ ɑ ː dʒ / ___________________________

deposit n /dɪ ˈ pɒ zɪ t/ ___________________________

donation n /də ʊ ˈ neɪ ʃ n/ ___________________________

fare n /feə (r)/ ___________________________

fees n /fiː z/ ___________________________

fine n /faɪ n/ ___________________________

grant n /ɡ rɑ ː nt/ ___________________________

instalment n /ɪ nˈ stɔ ː lmə nt/ ___________________________

loan n /lə ʊ n/ ___________________________

lump sum np /ˌ lʌ mp ˈ sʌ m/ ___________________________

overdraft n /ˈ ə ʊ və drɑ ː ft/ ___________________________

savings n /ˈ seɪ vɪ ŋ z/ ___________________________

will n /wɪ l/ ___________________________

Money in today’s society

can’t afford vp /kɑ ː nt ə ˈ fɔ ː d/ ___________________________

consumer society np /kə nˈ sjuː mə (r) sə ˈ saɪ ə ti/ ___________________________

cost of living np /ˌ kɒ st ə v ˈ lɪ vɪ ŋ / ___________________________

currency n /ˈ kʌ rə nsi/ ___________________________

exchange rates np /ɪ ksˈ tʃ eɪ ndʒ ˌ reɪ ts/ ___________________________

in debt Prep phr /ɪ n det/ ___________________________

incomes n /ˈ ɪ nkʌ mz/ ___________________________

inflation n /ɪ nˈ fleɪ ʃ n/ ___________________________

interest rates np /ˈ ɪ ntrest reɪ ts/ ___________________________

mortgages n /ˈ mɔ ː ɡ ɪ dʒ ɪ z/ ___________________________

shares n /ʃ eə z/ ___________________________

standard of living np /ˌ stæ ndə d ə v ˈ lɪ vɪ ŋ / ___________________________

stock market np /ˈ stɒ k ˌ mɑ ː kɪ t/ ___________________________

Adjectives related to money

affluent adj /ˈ æ fluə nt/ ___________________________

broke adj /brə ʊ k/ ___________________________

hard up adj /ˌ hɑ ː d ˈ ʌ p/ ___________________________

loaded adj /lə ʊ dɪ d/ ___________________________

penniless adj /ˈ penilə s/ ___________________________

poor adj /pɔ ː (r)/ ___________________________

rich adj /rɪ tʃ / ___________________________

wealthy adj /ˈ welθ i/ ___________________________

well-off adj /wel ɒ f/ ___________________________

Idioms related to money

can’t make ends meet idm /kɑ ː nt meɪ k endz miː t/ ___________________________

cost a fortune idm /kɒ st ə ˈ fɔ ː tʃ uː n/ ___________________________

good value for money idm /ɡ ʊ d ˈ væ ljuː fɔ ː (r) ˈ mʌ ni/ ___________________________

in the black idm /ɪ n ð ə blæ k/ ___________________________

in the red idm /ɪ n ð ə red/ ___________________________

live beyond your means idm /lɪ v bɪ ˈ jɒ nd jɔ ː (r) miː nz/ ___________________________

more money than sense idm /mɔ ː (r) ˈ mʌ ni ð æ n sens/ ___________________________

spend money like water idm /spend ˈ mʌ ni laɪ k ˈ wɔ ː tə (r)/ ___________________________

tight-fisted idm /ˌ taɪ t ˈ fɪ stɪ d/ ___________________________

Lexis in context

behind sb’s back idm /bɪ ˈ haɪ nd bæ k/ ___________________________

bite your tongue idm /baɪ t jɔ ː (r) tʌ ŋ / ___________________________

come close idm /kʌ m klə ʊ s/ ___________________________

go for phr v /ɡ ə ʊ fɔ ː (r)/ ___________________________

make up for phr v /meɪ k ʌ p fɔ ː (r)/ ___________________________

moan about vp /mə ʊ n ə ˈ baʊ t/ ___________________________

put a strain on vp /pʊ t ə streɪ n ɒ n/ ___________________________

rely on vp /rɪ ˈ laɪ ɒ n/ ___________________________

sick with envy idm /sɪ k wɪ ð ˈ envi/ ___________________________

there’s a lot to be said for… idm /ð eə rz ə lɒ t tə bi sed fɔ ː (r)/ ___________________________

Colloquial English 3

Common idioms and expressions

along with idm /ə ˈ lɒ ŋ wɪ ð / ___________________________

dropped out of school idm /drɒ pt aʊ t ɒ v skuː l/ ___________________________

focus on vp /ˈ fə ʊ kə s ɒ n/ ___________________________

having a roof over her head idm /hæ vɪ ŋ ə ruː f ˈ ə ʊ və (r)

hə (r) hed/ ___________________________

in hindsight prep phr /ɪ n ˈ haɪ ndsaɪ t/ ___________________________

massive amounts np /ˈ mæ sɪ v ə ˈ maʊ nts/ ___________________________

Common phrases

bargains n /ˈ bɑ ː ɡ ə nz/ ___________________________

It freaks me out idm /ɪ t friː ks mi aʊ t/ ___________________________

money-wise idm /ˈ mʌ ni waɪ z/ ___________________________

pretty good going idm /ˈ prɪ ti ɡ ʊ d ˈ ɡ ə ʊ ɪ ŋ / ___________________________

sticking to them vp /ˈ stɪ kɪ ŋ tə ð ə m/ ___________________________

 

 

File 4

4A

Vocabulary Bank History and warfare

Weapons

arrow n /ˈ æ rə ʊ / ___________________________

bow n /bə ʊ / ___________________________

bullet n /ˈ bʊ lɪ t/ ___________________________

cannon n /ˈ kæ nə n/ ___________________________

machine gun n /mə ˈ ʃ iː n ɡ ʌ n/ ___________________________

missile n /ˈ mɪ saɪ l/ ___________________________

shield n /ʃ iː ld/ ___________________________

spear n /spɪ ə (r)/ ___________________________

sword n /sɔ ː d/ ___________________________



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