New PDF release: 4000 Essential English Words, Book 3

By Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

ISBN-10: 1599664046

ISBN-13: 9781599664040

4000 crucial English Words is a six-book sequence that's designed to target functional high-frequency phrases to augment the vocabulary of beginners from excessive commencing to enhance degrees. The sequence provides numerous phrases that conceal a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. hence, after learning those aim phrases, inexperienced persons may be capable of totally comprehend vocabulary goods after they come across them in written and spoken shape.

Each unit offers 20 phrases that are outlined and utilized in pattern sentences. The actions within the books are designed to give the phrases in several makes use of in order that newcomers can absolutely see how they are often applied. additionally on the finish of every unit there's a tale whch includes the unit's aim phrases to offer beginners additional examples of the phrases in use. each one point safely prepares the learner for the following which steadily demanding situations the learner with extra subtle vocabulary and tales.

Key Features

(1) transparent, effortless to appreciate definitions and examples

(2) a variety of actions to augment objective vocabulary

(3) innovative improvement of vocabulary throughout degrees

(4) unique tales which make the most of goal phrases

(5) precious colour photographs that illustrate every one objective note

(6) loose downloadable supplemental audio recordings of goal notice lists and tales to assist in listening and pronunciation

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1. Which of the follow ing was NOT part of the ir Olympics? a. Wrestling b. Volleyball c. Crawling d. Speed skating 2. What did boys give Mitch so he would have mercy on them? a. A dial b. Money c. A whistle d. Carbohydrates 3. Where did the Olympics happen? a. In the gym ! c. At their rival’s field b. d. At the bully’s school At Dalton’ s house 4. What did the boys want to do to Mitch? a. Be his opponent c. Defeat him b. d. Show him mercy Strain against him MM ■ — —221 '2 absence [sebsans] n. Absence is the state of something being away.

To chop som ething means to cut it into pieces with a tool. — Mom chopped some vegetables to p u t into the stew. ClOSet [klazit] n. A closet is a small room used to store things. — Marie has many clothes inside o f her closet. console [kansoul] v. To console someone who is sad means to make them comforted. — When my dog ran away, my dad consoled me. d i s t r i c t [distrikt] n. A district is a small part of a city, county, state, or country. -* I live in a residential d istrict o f Seattle, Washington.

Rewrite the false statements to make them true. 1. Tina made a pillow of leaves while she w histled. 2. Tina wore a dress made of decayed flowers. 3. Tina decided to hide in the garden. 4. Tina had a passion for desserts. 5. The fairies left because they were scared by the eclipse. 6. Wilma gave Tina some tea for dessert. P/MT B Answer the questions. 1. Why did Tina suddenly wake up? a. She felt refreshed, c. The leaves were decayed. b. d. She heard someone sneeze, She had a fast pulse. 2. All of the following describe Tina EXCEPT .

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