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FACE2FACE STARTER WORDLIST: English to Slovak
ENGLISH
PRONUNCIATION
SLOVAK
EXAMPLE
UNIT 1A
and
bye
class
double
eight
eleven
fill in
fine
five
four
goodbye
hello
hi
home number
how
I
I'm
I'm
it's
meet (met)
mobile number
my
name
name
/ænd/
/baɪ/
/klɑːs/
/ˈdʌbl ̩/
/eɪt/
/ɪˈlevən/
/fɪl ɪn/
/faɪn/
/faɪv/
/fɔːr/
/ˈgʊdbaɪ/
/helˈəʊ/
/haɪ/
/həʊmˈnʌmbər/
/haʊ/
/aɪ/
/aɪm/
/aɪm/
/ɪts/
/miːt/
/ˈməʊbaɪl ˈnʌmbər/
/maɪ/
/neɪm/
/neɪm/
nice
/naɪs/
nine
number
/naɪn/
/ˈnʌmbər/
a
ahoj (pri lúčení), dovidenia
školská trieda, hodina
dvojitý, dve (písmena, číslice)
osem
jedenásť
vyplniť, doplniť
dobre, v poriadku
päť
štyri
dovidenia, zbohom
ahoj (pri stretnutí)
ahoj (pri stretnutí)
telefónne číslo domov
ako
ja
ja som
Mám sa dobre, ďakujem.
to je
zoznámiť sa, stretnúť
mobilné telefónne číslo
môj, moja, moje
meno
meno
pekný, milý, príjemný (Rád / Rada Vás
spoznávam.)
deväť
číslo
And you?
Bye, Lucy.
Tell the class your name.
44 = double four
That's eight pounds, please.
My sister is eleven.
Fill in the gaps.
I'm fine, thanks.
My cousin is five years old.
My granddaughter is four years old.
Goodbye, Miki.
Hello, I'm Stefan.
Hi, Anita.
What's your home number?
How are you?
I'm Stefan.
I'm (Stefan).
I'm ok, thanks.
It's (07954 544768).
Nice to meet you.
What's your mobile number?
My name's (Emel).
My name's (Emel).
What's your name?
Nice to meet you.
My son is nine next month.
What's your home / mobile number?
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oh
OK
one
phone
practise
see
see
seven
six
soon
ten
thanks
the
this
three
to
too
twelve
two
you
your
zero
/əʊ/
/ˌə ˈkeɪ/
/wʌn/
/fəʊn/
/ˈpræktɪs/
/siː/
/siː/
/ˈsevən/
/sɪks/
/suːn/
/ten/
/θæŋks/
/ðə/
/ðɪs/
/θriː/
/tu/
/tuː/
/twelv/
/tuː/
/juː/
/jɔːr/
/ˈzɪərəʊ/
nula v telefónnych číslach
dobre, fajn
jeden, jedna, jedno
telefónny
precvičiť, cvičiť
vidieť
vidieť (uvidíme sa skoro)
sedem
šesť
skoro, onedlho
desať
vďaka
ten, ta, to (určitý člen)
tento, táto, toto
tri
vyjadrenie neurčitku slovesa v angličtine
tiež, takisto; i, aj
dvanásť
dva
ty, vy
tvoj, tvoja, tvoje; váš, vaša, vaše
nula
In phone numbers 0 = oh
I'm OK, thanks.
That's one thing.
Can I have your phone number?
Listen again and practise.
See you.
See you soon.
I liked being seven years old.
Julie is six.
See you soon.
My cousin is ten.
I'm fine, thanks.
Look at the photo.
(David), this is (Polly).
My niece is three years old.
Nice to meet you.
You too.
I am twelve years old.
2 = two
You too.
What's your name?
0 = zero
/əˈgen/
/ˈɑːnsər/
/kəmˈpeər/
/ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃən/
/kəˈrekt/
/gæp/
/gruːp/
opäť, znova
odpoveď
porovnať
konverzácia, rozhovor
správny, bezchybný
medzera, vynechané miesto
skupina
Listen again and practise.
Compare answers.
Compare answers.
Read and listen to conversation 1.
Are they correct?
Fill in the gaps.
Work in groups.
UNIT 1A (rubic)
again
answer
compare
conversation
correct
gap
group
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check
listen
listen
look
other
pair
partner
photo
pronunciation
question
read (read)
sentence
student
vocabulary
with
work
work
write (written)
/tʃek/
/ˈlɪsən/
/ˈlɪsən/
/lʊk/
/ˈʌðər/
/peər/
/ˈpɑːtnər/
/ˈfəʊtəʊ/
/prəˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/
/ˈkwestʃən/
/riːd/
/ˈsentəns/
/ˈstjuːdənt/
/vəˈkæbjʊləri/
/wɪð/
/wɜːk/
/wɜːk/
/raɪt/
overiť, skontrolovať
počúvať
počúvať
pozrieť sa
iný, ďalší
dvojica, pár
partner, spolužiak
fotografia
výslovnosť
otázka, dotaz
čítať, prečítať
veta
študent/ka
slovná zásoba
s
pracovať, robiť
pracovať, robiť
písať, napísať, zapísať
Listen and check.
Listen again and practise.
Listen and check.
Look at the photo.
Say goodbye to other students.
Work in pairs.
Write your partner's numbers.
Look at the photo.
P = pronunciation
Read and listen to these questions and answers.
Read and listen to conversation 1.
Listen and practise the sentences in 3.
Say goodbye to other students.
vocabulary and grammar
Practise conversation 2 with four students.
Work in groups.
Work in pairs.
Write your partner's numbers.
/ɑːsk/
/ɒsˈtreɪliə/
/brəˈzɪl/
/kəˈlʌmbiə/
/ˈiːdʒɪpt/
/frɑːns/
/frɒm/
/frɒm/
/ˈdʒɜːməni/
/hiː/
/hɜːr/
pýtať sa, spýtať sa
Austrália
Brazília
Kolumbia
Egypt
Francúzsko
z
z
Nemecko
on
jej
Ask and answer questions about the people in the photos.
I would like to visit Australia.
I want to go to Brazil.
I'm from Colombia.
I would like to visit Egypt.
I'm from France.
I'm from (Russia).
Where are you from?
Berlin is the capital of Germany.
He's from (Russia).
What's her name?
UNIT 1B
ask
Australia
Brazil
Colombia
Egypt
France
from
from
Germany
he
her
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his
his
China
Italy
Japan
Mexico
Russia
she
she
Spain
Turkey
UK
USA
where
where
where
/hɪz/
/hɪz/
/ˈtʃaɪnə/
/ˈɪtəli/
/dʒəˈpæn/
/ˈmeksɪkəʊ/
/ˈrʌʃə/
/ʃiː/
/ʃiː/
/speɪn/
/ˈtɜːki/
/ˌjuːˈkeɪ/
/ˌjuːesˈeɪ/
/weər/
/weər/
/weər/
jeho
jeho
Čína
Taliansko
Japonsko
Mexiko
Rusko
ona
ona
Španielsko
Turecko
Spojené kráľovstvo
Spojené štáty americké
kde, kam, odkiaľ
kde, kam, odkiaľ
kde, kam, odkiaľ
His name's (Stefan).
What's his name?
China is an amazing place.
I'd love to visit Italy in the summer.
I'm from Japan.
I want to visit Mexico.
He's from Russia.
She's from (Turkey).
Where's she from?
I want to visit Spain.
She's from Turkey.
the UK
the USA
Where are you from?
Where's he from?
Where's she from?
/ˈɑːnsər/
/ˈkʌntri/
/mætʃ/
/ˈnəʊtɪs/
/stres/
/wɜːd/
odpovedať
krajina, štát
priradiť, dať dohromady
všimnúť si, spozorovať
prízvuk, dôraz
slovo
Ask and answer questions about the people in the photos.
Your partner says the country.
Match these countries to 1-12.
Listen and notice the word stress.
Listen and notice the word stress.
Listen and notice the word stress.
/ə/
/ən/
/ˈæpl /
/bæg/
/bʊk/
/kæn/
akýsi, nejaký, jeden (neurčitý člen)
akýsi, nejaký, jeden (neurčitý člen)
jablko
taška, kabela, vak
kniha
môcť, vedieť
a bag
I have an apple.
I like apples.
a bag
I'm reading my new book.
Can you repeat that, please?
UNIT 1B (rubic)
answer
country
match
notice
stress
word
UNIT 1C
a
an
apple
bag
book
can
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dictionary
English
excuse
exercise
iPod
it's
know (knew / known)
letter
me
mean
mobile
notebook
page
pen
pencil
please
repeat
sorry
spell
spell
surname
talk
thing
umbrella
understand
(understood)
/ˈdɪkʃənəri/
/ˈɪŋglɪʃ/
/ɪkˈskjuːz/
/ˈeksəsaɪz/
/ˈaɪpɒd/
/ɪts/
/nəʊ/
/ˈletər/
/miː/
/miːn/
/ˈməʊbaɪl/
/ˈnəʊtbʊk/
/peɪdʒ/
/pen/
/ˈpensəl/
/pliːz/
/rɪˈpiːt/
/ˈsɒri/
/spel/
/spel/
/ˈsɜːneɪm/
/tɔːk/
/θɪŋ/
/ʌmˈbrelə/
slovník
angličtina, anglicky
prepáčiť / ospravedlniť niekomu niečo
cvičenie
iPod
to je
vedieť, poznať
písmeno
ma, mne, mi, mnou
znamenať
mobilný telefón
zápisník, notes, prenosný počítač
strana
pero
ceruzka
prosím
(z)opakovať
ľutovať, byť ľúto
hláskovať
hláskovať
priezvisko
hovoriť, rozprávať
vec, predmet
dáždnik
Where's my dictionary?
What's (lápiz) in English?
Excuse me.
Do exercise 4 on page 10.
an iPod
It’s (Molina).
I'm sorry, I don't know.
Listen and write the letters.
Excuse me.
What does (answer) mean?
Do you have a mobile?
Look. This is a notebook.
Do exercise 4 on page 10.
Do you have a pen?
That's my pencil!
Can you repeat that, please?
Can you repeat that, please?
I'm sorry, I don't understand.
How do you spell (Brazil)?
How do you spell that?
What's your surname?
I like to talk with my friends.
things in your bag
an umbrella
/ˌʌndəˈstænd/
rozumieť, chápať
I'm sorry, I don't understand.
/ˈælfəbet/
/bɪˈgɪn/
/ˈkɒnsənənt/
/saʊnd/
abeceda
začať, začínať
spoluhláska
zvuk
Listen and say the alphabet.
We use … with nouns that begin with a consonant sound.
We use … with nouns that begin with a consonant sound.
a consonant / vowel sound
UNIT 1C (rubic)
alphabet
begin
consonant
sound
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take turns
/teɪk tɜːnz/
(vy)striedať sa
then
/ðen/
potom
tick
vowel
/tɪk/
/vaʊəl/
odškrtnúť fajkou
samohláska
Take turns to be the teacher.
Then match the teacher's questions 1-3 to the student's
answers a) - c).
Tick these sentences when you hear them.
We use … with nouns that begin with a vowel sound.
/ˈbeɪbi/
/bɔɪ/
/ˈkæmrə/
/kəmˈpjuːtər/
/ˈdaɪəri/
/gɜːl/
/tʃeər/
/mæn/
/ˈpiːpl /
/ˈpɜːsən/
/ˈpɪktʃər/
/ˈteɪbl /
/wɒtʃ/
/ˈwʊmən/
bábätko
chlapec
fotoaparát, kamera
počítač
diár, zápisník
dievča
stolička
muž
ľudia
osoba, človek
obrázok
stôl
hodinky
žena
a baby
Who is that boy?
Is your camera from China?
My computer is from Japan.
I'll get my diary.
My best friend is a girl.
This chair is yellow.
Johnny is a man.
Match these words to people a)-e)
Who is that person?
Look at the picture.
a table
a watch
Who is that woman?
/kləʊz/
/ɪˈregjələr/
/mɪsɪŋ/
/mɔːr/
/ˈplʊərəlz/
/rɪˈmembər/
/ˈsɪŋgjʊlər/
/ˈspelɪŋ/
zavrieť, zatvoriť
nepravidelný
chýbajúci
viac
množné čísla
pamätať si, spomenúť si
jednotné číslo
hláskovanie
Close your books.
irregular nouns
Write the missing letters.
Who has more words?
Write the plurals.
Write all the things in the photo you can remember.
singular
Compare answers and check your partner's spelling.
UNIT 1D
baby
boy
camera
computer
diary
girl
chair
man
people
person
picture
table
watch
woman
UNIT 1D (rubic)
close
irregular
missing
more
plurals
remember
singular
spelling
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UNIT 2A
American
Australian
be (been)
Brazilian
British
capital
car
Colombian
Cuba
Egyptian
false
French
German
he's
Chinese
I'm
is
Italian
Japanese
Mexican
no
not
Russian
she's
singer
Spanish
true
Turkish
you're
/əˈmerɪkən/
/ɒsˈtreɪliən/
/biː/
/brəˈzɪliən/
/ˈbrɪtɪʃ/
/ˈkæpɪtəl/
/kɑːr/
/kəˈlʌmbiən/
/ˈkjuːbə/
/ɪˈdʒɪpʃən/
/fɒls/
/frenʃ/
/ˈdʒɜːmən/
/hiːz/
/tʃaɪˈniːz/
/aɪm/
/ɪz/
/ɪˈtæljən/
/ˌdzæpəˈniːz/
/ˈmeksɪkən/
/nəʊ/
/nɒt/
/ˈrʌʃən/
/ʃiːz/
/ˈsɪŋər/
/ˈspænɪʃ/
/truː/
/ˈtɜːkɪʃ/
/jɔːr/
Američan/ka
Austrálčan/ka
byť
Brazílčan / Brazílčanka
Brit/ka
hlavné mesto
automobil
Kolumbijčan / Kolumbijčanka
Kuba
egyptský
nesprávny, chybný
Francúz/ka
nemecký
on je
Číňan/ka
ja som
je
Talian/ka
japonský
Mexičan/ka
Nie.
vyjadrenie záporu
ruský
ona je
spevák / speváčka
Španiel/ka
pravdivý, správny
Turek / Turkyňa
ty si, vy ste
I'm not American.
She isn't Australian.
I want to be a lawyer.
She's Brazilian.
I'm British.
Ankara is the capital of Turkey.
I'm Alfredo and this is my car.
I'm Colombian.
I'm from Havana, in Cuba.
Egyptian culture is very interesting.
True or false?
I'm French.
BMW is a German company.
He's Chinese.
He is Chinese.
I'm British.
Tiger Woods is British.
Pedro is Italian.
Nintendo is a Japanese company.
I'm Mexican.
No, you're wrong.
I'm not American.
Lacoste isn't a Russian company.
She's Brazilian.
Robbie Williams is a British singer.
Cameron Diaz is not Spanish.
True or false?
My friend, Bahar, is Turkish.
You’re a student.
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UNIT 2A (rubic)
negative
positive
/ˈnegətɪv/
/ˈpɒzətɪv/
záporné
kladné
Make the other sentences negative.
positive and negative
/ˈæktər/
/ˈæktrəs/
/ˈdɒktər /
/dʒɒb/
/ˈmænɪdʒər/
/mjuːˈzɪʃən/
/pəˈliːs ˈɒfɪsər/
/ʃɒp əˈsɪstənt/
/ˈtæksi ˈdraɪvər/
/ˈnːtʃər/
/ˈweɪtər/
/ˈweɪtrəs/
/wɒt/
herec
herečka
lekár/ka, doktor/ka
práca, zamestnanie, pracovné miesto
manažér, riaditeľ, vedúci
hudobník
policajt/ka
predavač/ka
taxikár/ka
učiteľ/ka
čašník
čašníčka, servírka
aký, ktorý, čo
Is Tom Cruise an actor?
Is Claire an actress?
Is he a doctor?
What's his job?
I'm the shop manager.
Is Keira Knightley a musician?
I want to be a police officer
Anne is the shop assistant.
Henry is a taxi driver.
Is your teacher from the UK?
He's a waiter.
She's a waitress.
What's her name?
/kəmˈpliːt/
/ˈkʌvər/
/ˈkwestʃən/
doplniť, dokončiť
(za)kryť, pokryť
otázka
Complete the table.
Cover the table in 2c).
Ask and answer the questions.
/dɒt/
/æt/
/əˈdres/
/ˌɑːpəˈnuːn/
/ˈiːmeɪl/
/ˈiːvnɪŋ/
bodka, bod
zavináč
adresa
popoludnie
elektronická adresa, email
večer
[email protected] = eve dot smith at webmail dot com
[email protected] = william dot brown at bfl dot com
What's your address?
Good afternoon
What's your email address?
Good evening.
UNIT 2B
actor
actress
doctor
job
manager
musician
police officer
shop assistant
taxi driver
teacher
waiter
waitress
what
UNIT 2B (rubic)
complete
cover
question
UNIT 2C
. (dot)
@ (at)
address
afternoon
email
evening
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good
married
Miss
morning
Mr
Mrs
Ms
much
nationality
night
single
thank
/gʊd
/ˈmærid/
/mɪs/
/ˈmɔːnɪŋ/
/ˈmɪstər/
/ˈmɪsɪz/
/mɪz/
/mʌtʃ/
/ˌnæʃənˈæləti/
/naɪt/
/ˈsɪŋgl/
/θæŋk/
dobrý
vydatá, ženatý
slečna
ráno, dopoludnie
pán
pani
slečna, pani
veľmi, mnoho
národnosť
noc
slobodný/á
(po)ďakovať
Good morning / afternoon / evening / night.
Are you married?
Hello, Miss Roberts.
Good morning.
Hello, Mr Brown.
Hello, Mrs King.
Hello, Ms Roberts.
Thank you very much.
What's your nationality?
Good night.
a single woman
Thank you very much.
/fɔːm/
/ges/
/ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃən/
/ˈɪntəvjuː/
/maɪm/
/ˈpɜːsənəl/
/freɪz/
formulár, dotazník
hádať, tipovať
informácie
interview, rozhovor, pohovor
hrať, predviesť pantomímu
osobný
fráza, výraz
Then listen to the interview and complete the form.
Guess your partner's jobs.
personal information
Listen to the interview and complete the form.
Take turns to mime your jobs to your partner.
personal information
Which phrase means Goodbye?
/kæt/
/dɒg/
/eɪˈnːn/
/ˈeɪti/
/ˌfɪfˈnːn/
/ˈfɪfti/
/ˈfɔːn/
/ˌfɔːˈnːn/
/haʊs/
mačka
pes
osemnásť
osemdesiat
pätnásť
päťdesiat
štyridsať
štrnásť
dom
The cat is thirteen.
The dog is seven.
I'm eighteen next year.
My grandmother is eighty.
I am fifteen years old.
My father is fifty years old.
My dad is forty years old.
My nephew is fourteen years old.
The house is a hundred years old.
UNIT 2C (rubic)
form
guess
information
interview
mime
personal
phrase
UNIT 2D
cat
dog
eighteen
eighty
fifteen
fifty
forty
fourteen
house
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how old
how old
hundred
I'm
it's
nineteen
ninety
old
old
seventeen
seventy
sixteen
sixty
thirteen
thirty
twenty
twenty-one
twenty-two
year
/haʊ əʊld /
/haʊ əʊld /
/ˈhʌndrəd/
/aɪm/
/ɪts/
/ˌnaɪnˈnːn/
/ˈnaɪnti/
/əʊld/
/əʊld/
/ˌsevənˈnːn/
/ˈsevənti/
/ˌsɪkˈsnːn/
/ˈsɪksti/
/θɜːˈnːn/
/ˈθɜːn/
/ˈtwenti/
/jɪər/
aký starý (Koľko máš rokov?)
aký starý
sto
ja som
to je
devätnásť
deväťdesiat
starý
starý
sedemnásť
sedemdesiat
šestnásť
šesťdesiat
trinásť
tridsať
dvadsať
dvadsaťjeden
dvadsaťdva
rok
How old are you?
How old is your house?
The house is a hundred years old.
I'm thirty.
It’s a hundred years old.
I am nineteen years old.
My great grandmother is ninety.
How old are you?
How old is your house?
My son is seventeen.
My grandfather is seventy years old.
Rico is sixteen.
My grandmother is sixty.
Steve is thirteen.
My best friend is thirty.
I'm turning twenty years old next week.
I can't wait to be twenty-one.
I like being twenty-two.
It's 100 years old.
bad
beautiful
big
/bæd/
/ˈbjuːtɪfəl/
/bɪg/
zlý, nepriaznivý
krásny, rozkošný, atraktívny
veľký
but
/bʌt/
ale
café
city
cold
expensive
friendly
/ˈkæfeɪ/
/ˈsɪti/
/kəʊld/
/ɪkˈspensɪv/
/ˈfrendli/
kaviareň
mesto, veľkomesto
chladno, zima
drahý, nákladný
priateľský, milý, vľúdny
a bad result
Moscow is a beautiful city.
They're very big.
It's a beautiful city and the people are friendly, but it's very
cold here.
We're in an Internet café.
Moscow is a beautiful city.
It's very cold here.
The restaurants are good and they aren't very expensive.
The people are friendly.
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here
/hɪər/
tu
hot
hotel
cheap
Internet
new
nice
restaurant
room
small
ugly
unfriendly
very
we're
you're
/hɒt/
/h ə ˈtel/
/tʃiːp/
/ˈɪntənet/
/njuː/
/naɪs/
/ˈrestrɒnt/
/ruːm/
/smɔːl/
/ˈʌgli/
/ʌnˈfrendli/
/ˈveri/
/wiər/
/jɔːr/
horúci
hotel
lacný
internet
nový
milý, príjemný
reštaurácia
izba, miestnosť
malý
škaredý
nepriateľský, nevľúdny
veľmi
my sme
ty si, vy ste
It's a beautiful city and the people are friendly, but it's very
cold here.
It's very hot in Moscow.
We're in a new hotel near Red Square.
The hotel isn't cheap.
an Internet café
We're in a new hotel near Red Square.
His friends are very nice.
The restaurants are good.
The rooms are very small.
The rooms are very small.
That dress is ugly.
The people are unfriendly.
It's very hot in Moscow.
We're in a new hotel.
You're from the UK.
/kaʊnt/
/tʃeɪndʒ/
/ruːl/
/twaɪs/
/ˌʌndəˈlaɪn/
počítať
zmeniť
pravidlo
dvakrát
podčiarknuť
Count from 1 to 100 in threes.
Change the adjectives in the false sentences.
Read these rules about adjectives.
You will hear each sentence twice.
Underline the contractions (aren't, they're, etc.) in 7a).
/ˈbrʌðər /
/kɔːl/
/dæd/
/ˈdɔːtər/
/ˈfɑːðər/
/ˈgrændɔːtər /
/ˈgrænfɑːðər/
brat
nazývať, oslovovať
ocino, oco
dcéra
otec
vnučka
vnuk
Kevin's my brother.
I call them mum and dad.
I call them mum and dad.
Kevin's our son and Anne's our daughter.
Nick's my father and Fiona's my mother.
Our granddaughter is Anne.
My grandfather's name is Sid.
UNIT 3A (rubic)
count
change
rule
twice
underline
UNIT 3B
brother
call
dad
daughter
father
granddaughter
grandfather
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grandchildren
grandmother
grandparents
grandson
husband
child (pl children)
it
its
mother
mum
our
parents
‘s
sister
son
their
they
wife
/ˈgræntʃɪldrən/
/ˈgrænmʌðər/
/ˈgrænpeərənts/
/ˈgrænsʌn/
/ˈhʌzbənd/
/tʃaɪld/
/ɪt/
/ɪts/
/ˈmʌðər/
/mʌtʃ/
/aʊər/
/ˈpeərənts/
/ˈsɪstər/
/sʌn/
/ðeər/
/ðeɪ/
/waɪf/
vnúčatá
babička
starý rodičia
vnuk
manžel
dieťa
to
jeho, jej
matka
mamina, mamka
náš, naše
rodičia
apostrof (používa sa pri privlastňovaní)
sestra
syn
ich
oni
manželka
These are their two children - our grandchildren.
My grandmother's name is Mary.
Sid and Mary are Kevin and Anne's grandparents.
Our grandson is Kevin.
Nick's my husband.
Anne is my child.
It's my sister's car.
The dog ate its food.
Nick's my father and Fiona's my mother.
I call them mum and dad.
Anne and Kevin are our children.
Fiona and Nick are my parents.
Fiona is Nick's wife
Anne's my sister.
Kevin's our son and Anne's our daughter.
These are their two children - our grandchildren.
They aren't with their parents.
Fiona's my wife.
/bəʊld/
/ˈfæməli/
/naʊn/
/ˈsʌbdʒekt/
/vɜːb/
/wiː/
tučné (písmo)
rodina
podstatné meno
podmet
sloveso
my
Complete the table with the words in bold in 1.
Look at the photo of the Cooper family.
a noun for a person (sister, etc.)
subject pronouns (I, you, etc.)
Are these words verbs or nouns?
We use a name (Nick, etc.) or a noun for a person (sister, etc.).
/ɔːl/
/ˈeniθɪŋ/
/əˈsɪstənt/
/kæn/
všetko
niečo (v otázke)
asistent, pomocník
môcť
No, that's all, thanks.
Anything else?
Jenny is my personal assistant.
Can I help you?
UNIT 3B (rubic)
bold
family
noun
subject
verb
we
UNIT 3C
all
anything
assistant
can
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cappuccino
cent
coffee
Coke
croissant
customer
dollar
egg
espresso
euro
help
how much
how much
how much
how much
cheese
it's
it's
juice
lot
mineral water
money
much
much
much
much
no
OK
or
orange juice
p (= pence)
/ˌkæpʊˈtʃiːnəʊ/
/sent/
/ˈkɒfi/
/kəʊk/
/ˈkwæsɒ/
/ˈkʌstəmər/
/ˈdɒlər/
/eg/
/esˈpresəʊ/
/ˈjʊərəʊ/
/help/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/tʃiːz/
/ɪts/
/ɪts/
/dʒuːs/
/lɒt/
/ˈmɪnərəl ˈwɔːtər/
/ˈmʌni/
/mʌtʃ/
/mʌtʃ/
/mʌtʃ/
/mʌtʃ/
/nəʊ/
/ˌə ˈkeɪ/
/ɔːr/
/ˈɒrɪndʒ dʒuːs/
/piː/
kapučíno
cent
káva
Coca-Cola, kola
francúzske pečivo, croissant
zákazník
dolár
vajce
espreso
euro
pomôcť, pomáhať
koľko (stojí)
koľko (stojí)
koľko (stojí)
koľko (stojí)
syr
je to (stojí to)
to je
džús
veľa, veľmi
minerálka
peniaze
(ako) veľa - koľko
(ako) veľa - koľko
(ako) veľa - koľko
(ako) veľa - koľko
Nie.
dobre, v poriadku
alebo
pomarančový džús
penca
Yes, (two cappuccinos), please.
That's one euro and ten cents.
I'll have a cup of coffee, please.
I'll have a Coke, please.
How much is an espresso and a croissant?
How much does each customer spend?
That's ten dollars, please.
I'd like an egg sandwich, please.
How much is an espresso and a croissant?
That's five euros, please.
Can I help you?
How much are the pens?
How much are they?
How much is it?
How much is this watch?
a cheese and tomato sandwich
It's £25.
It's American.
orange juice
Thanks a lot.
It's healthy to drink mineral water.
I wish I earned lots of money.
How much are the pens?
How much are they?
How much is it?
How much is this watch?
No, that's all, thanks.
OK, that's (£5.84), please.
Eat in or take away?
Can I have a glass of orange juice, please?
ten p (=pence)
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pence
pound
price
sandwich
sandwich
sure
take away
tea
thanks
they're
they're
tomato
welcome
yes
/pens/
/paʊnd/
/praɪs/
/ˈsænwɪdʒ/
/ˈsænwɪdʒ/
/ʃɔːr/
/teɪk əˈweɪ/
/tiː/
/θæŋks/
/ðeər/
/ðeər/
/təˈmɑːtəʊ/
/ˈwelkəm/
/jes/
penca
libra
cena
sendvič
sendvič
určite
so sebou
čaj
vďaka, ďakujem
(oni) sú (stojí)
(oni) sú
rajčina
vítaný
áno
That's ten pence
Two pounds ninety.
price list
a cheese and tomato sandwich
an egg sandwich
Sure. Anything else?
Take away, please.
They drink a lot of tea.
Thanks a lot.
They're 70p.
They're very big.
a cheese and tomato sandwich
You're welcome.
Yes, (two cappuccinos), please.
/fuːd/
/lɪst/
/ˈpɒsəbl /
/rəʊl pleɪ/
/test/
jedlo
zoznam, prehľad
možný, pravdepodobný
hranie úloh
vyskúšať, otestovať
Match the food and drink to photos 1-10.
price list
Ask questions if possible.
Role-play a conversation for the class.
Test your partner.
/bred/
/drɪŋk/
/iːt/
/fɪʃ/
/fruːt/
/ˈtʃɒklət/
/laɪk/
/lʌv/
/miːt/
chlieb
piť
jesť
ryba
ovocie
čokoláda
mať rád
ľúbiť, milovať
mäso
bread and cheese
They drink a lot of water.
Eat in or take away?
I like fish.
They love fruit.
They love chocolate.
I like fish.
I love chocolate.
They eat a lot of meat.
UNIT 3C (rubic)
food
list
possible
role-play
test
UNIT 3D
bread
drink (drunk)
eat (eaten)
fish
fruit
chocolate
like
love
meat
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milk
of
pasta
rice
sugar
water
/mɪlk/
/ɒv/
/ˈpæstə/
/raɪs/
/ˈʃʊgər/
/ˈwɔːtər/
mlieko
z, čoho - 2. pád
cestoviny
ryža
cukor
voda
Fiona and Nick love milk.
a lot of
I love Italian pasta.
I eat a lot of rice.
No sugar in my tea, please.
They drink a lot of water.
/ˈsentər/
/ˈkʌmpəni/
/flæt/
/ˈfʊtbɔːl/
/hæv/
/hævə kɑːr/
centrum, stred
spoločnosť, firma
byt
futbal
mať
mať, vlastniť auto
mať deti
domáca úloha
v
v
cudzie jazyky
mať rád
mať rád, páčiť sa
bývať, žiť
bývať, žiť
hudba
kancelária, úrad
Peru
rocková hudba
študovať, učiť sa
študovať, učiť sa
pracovať
pracovať
In the centre of the city.
I work for a car company.
His flat is in the centre of Cuzco.
They like football.
I have a sister.
I don't have a new car.
I have two children.
They don't like homework.
live in a flat
live in the centre of the city
study languages
like football
like rock music
live in a flat
live in the centre of the city
rock music
I work in an office near my house.
I'm from Cuzco, in Peru.
I like rock music.
study English
study languages
work for a Spanish company
work in an office
UNIT 4A
centre
company
flat
football
have (had)
have a car
have children
homework
in
in
languages
like
like
live
live
music
office
Peru
rock music
study
study
work
work
/ˈhəʊmwɜːk/
/ɪn/
/ɪn/
/ˈlæŋgwɪdʒɪz/
/laɪk/
/laɪk/
/lɪv/
/lɪv/
/ˈmjuːzɪk/
/ˈɒfɪs/
/pəˈruː/
/rɒk ˈmjuːzɪk/
/ˈstʌdi/
/ˈstʌdi/
/wɜːk/
/wɜːk/
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UNIT 4A (rubic)
own
/əʊn/
vlastný, svoj
Use phrases from 1a) or your own ideas.
also
/ˈɔːlsəʊ/
tiež, takisto
band
/bænd/
kapela, hudobná skupina
cinema
computer game
concert
day
DVD
/ˈsɪnəmə/
/kəmˈpjuːtər geɪm/
/ˈkɒnsət/
/deɪ/
/ˌdiːviːˈdiː/
eat out
/iːt aʊt/
free time
friend
go (gone)
go out with friends
go shopping
go to concerts
go to the cinema
play
play computer games
play tennis
shopping
tennis
TV
watch
watch TV or DVDs
/friː taɪm/
/frend/
/gəʊ/
/gəʊ aʊt wɪð frendz/
/gəʊ ˈʃɒpɪŋ/
/gəʊ tə ˈkɒnsəts/
/gəʊ tə ðə ˈsɪnəmə/
/pleɪ/
kino
počítačová hra
koncert
deň
DVD
(na)jesť sa mimo domov (v reštaurácii,
u priateľov...)
voľný čas
priateľ/ka, kamarát/ka
chodiť
vyraziť za zábavou
chodiť / ísť nakupovať
chodiť / ísť na koncert
chodiť / ísť do kina
hrať
hrať počítačové hry
hrať tenis
nakupovanie, nákupy
tenis
televízia
pozerať, sledovať
pozerať / sledovať televíziu alebo DVD
We also have a house in Los Angeles.
Today we talk to husband-and-wife rock stars Mike and Kim
Black from the British band Bad Day.
We don't go to the cinema.
play computer games
Do you go to concerts?
Have a nice day!
I like to watch DVDs.
UNIT 4B
/ˈʃɒpɪŋ/
/ˈtenɪs/
/ˌnːˈviː/
/wɒtʃ/
Do they eat out a lot?
free time activities
We go out with friends when we're in London or LA.
I don't go to concerts.
We go out with friends when we're in London or LA.
I like to go shopping with friends.
I don't go to concerts.
We don't go to the cinema.
I play tennis in my free time.
I like to play computer games.
I like to play tennis.
Go shopping.
I play tennis in my free time.
watch TV or DVDs
I watch TV a lot.
Let's watch TV or DVDs.
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UNIT 4B (rubic)
web page
/web peɪdʒ/
internetová stránka
Look at the web page on p33.
/ˈeni/
/ˈbætə riz/
/ˈbɜːθdeɪ kɑːd/
/bɒks əv ˈtʃɒkləts /
/kɑːd/
/iːtʃ/
/hæv/
/hæv/
/hɪər/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/tʃuːɪŋ gʌm/
/ˌmægəˈziːn/
/mæp/
/ˈnjuːzˌpeɪpər/
/ˈəʊvər ðeər/
/ˈpəʊskɑːd/
/swiːt/
/θæŋks/
/ðæt/
/ðeər/
/ðiːz/
/ðeər/
/ðɪs/
/ðəʊz/
/ˈtɪʃuː/
nejaký (v otázke)
batérie
blahoprianie k narodeninám
bonboniéra
(blaho)prianie, pohľadnica
každý (z určitého počtu)
mať, dostať
mať, vlastniť
tu
koľko (stojí)
koľko (stojí)
žuvačka
časopis
mapa
noviny
tam
pohľadnica
sladkosti, bonbóny, cukrovinky
vďaka, ďakujem
tamto, to
tam
títo, tieto
(oni) sú (stojí)
tento, táto, toto
tamtí, tamtie
papierová vreckovka
Do you have any (maps of London)?
How much are those batteries?
Yes, this birthday card, please.
And can I have that box of chocolates?
Yes, this birthday card, please.
They're (50p) each.
Can I have (that box of chocolates), please?
Do you have any (maps of London)?
Here you are.
How much are (these postcards)?
How much is (this map)?
Do you want some chewing gum?
Can I have these magazines, please?
Do you have any maps of London?
Is that your newspaper?
Yes, they're over there.
How much are these postcards?
Can I have some sweets, please?
Thanks very much.
That's my car!
Yes, they're over there.
Are these your postcards?
They’re (50p) each.
Is this your newspaper?
How much are those batteries?
Can you pass me a tissue, please?
UNIT 4C
any
batteries
birthday card
box of chocolates
card
each
have (had)
have (had)
here
how much
how much
chewing gum
magazine
map
newspaper
over there
postcard
sweet
thanks
that
there
these
they're
this
those
tissue
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yes
/jes/
áno
Yes, this (birthday card), please.
/ʃɒp/
/ʌnˈtɪl/
obchod, predajňa
až do, do, skôr než
Write a conversation in a shop.
Practise the conversation until you remember it.
/æt/
/klɒk/
/ˈfraɪdeɪ/
/hɑːf/
/aʊər/
/ɪts/
/ˈmɪnɪt/
/ˈmʌndeɪ/
/mʌn θ/
/əˈklɒk/
/pɑːst/
/pɑːst/
/pɑːst/
/pɑːst/
/ˈkwɔːtər/
/ˈkwɔːtər/
/ˈkwɔːtər/
/ˈsætədeɪ/
/ˈsekənd/
/ˈsʌndeɪ/
/ˈθɜːzdeɪ/
/taɪm/
/taɪm/
/tu/
/tu/
o (koľkej hodine)
čas, hodiny (udanie času)
piatok
pol (určitej hodiny), polovica
hodina
(to) je
minúta
pondelok
mesiac (kalendárny)
hodiny (udanie času)
po (určitej hodine)
po (určitej hodine)
po (určitej hodine)
po (určitej hodine)
štvrť (štvrťhodina)
štvrť
štvrť
sobota
sekunda
nedeľa
štvrtok
čas (konkrétny), hodina
čas (konkrétny), hodina
za, pred
za, pred
It's at half past eight.
Meet me at six o'clock.
It's my birthday on Friday.
half past six
I'll meet you in an hour.
It's twenty to three.
There are 60 seconds in a minute.
It is Monday today.
What month is it?
six o'clock
five past six
half past six
quarter past six
twenty-five past six
It's quarter to seven.
quarter past six
quarter to six
I'm going shopping on Saturday.
There are 60 seconds in a minute.
I bought a book on Sunday.
I'm not working on Thursday.
What time is it, please?
What time is your English class?
five to seven
quarter to seven
UNIT 4C (rubic)
shop
until
UNIT 4D
at
clock
Friday
half
hour
it's
minute
Monday
month
o'clock
past
past
past
past
quarter
quarter
quarter
Saturday
second
Sunday
Thursday
time
time
to
to
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to
Tuesday
Wednesday
week
weekend
/tu/
/ˈtjuːzdeɪ/
/ˈwenzdeɪ/
/wiːk/
/ˌwiːkˈend/
za, pred
utorok
streda
týždeň
víkend
ten to seven
It's my sister's birthday on Tuesday.
Let's go to the cinema on Wednesday.
See you soon.
I like weekends.
/weɪ/
spôsob
We can say times in a different way.
about
after (10.30)
bed
before (10.30)
breakfast
dinner
finish work
/əˈbaʊt/
/ˈɑːpər/
/bed/
/bɪˈfɔːr/
/ˈbrekfəst/
/ˈdɪnər/
/ˈfɪnɪʃ wɜːk/
okolo, približne
po
posteľ
pred
raňajky
večera
dokončiť prácu
get home
/get həʊm/
prísť, dostať sa domov
get up
go to bed
/get ʌp/
/gəʊ tə bed/
vstať, vstávať (ráno z postele)
ísť spať, ísť do postele
leave home
/liːv həʊm/
odísť z domu
lunch
/lʌn ʃ/
obed
midday
/ˌmɪdˈdeɪ/
poludnie
midnight
/ˈmɪdnaɪt/
polnoc
sleep (slept)
so
start work
university
/sliːp/
/səʊ/
/stɑːt wɜːk/
/ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsɪti/
spať
tak, takže
začať pracovať
univerzita
about (10.30)
Can you meet me after 10.30?
Go to bed.
Will you be ready before 10.30?
She has breakfast at about quarter to eight.
She has dinner at half past seven.
She finishes work at half past five.
She finishes work at half past five and gets home at quarter
past six.
Carol gets up at seven o'clock, but she doesn't like mornings!
She goes to bed at midnight and sleeps for about seven hours.
She has breakfast at about quarter to eight and she leaves
home at quarter past eight.
He doesn't have breakfast, but he has a big lunch before he
goes to work.
He gets up at midday.
He finishes work at midnight, but he doesn't eat in the
restaurant.
She goes to bed at midnight and sleeps for about seven hours.
He doesn't work in the morning, so he gets up at midday.
He starts work at 5.00.
I'm a university student.
UNIT 4D (rubic)
way
UNIT 5A
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UNIT 5A (rubic)
end
example
routine
text
/end/
/ɪgˈzɑːmpl /
/ruːˈnːn/
/tekst/
koniec, záver
príklad
obvyklý / bežný priebeh, rutina
text
Which he, she, it forms have the sound /Iz/ at the end?
Look at these spelling rules and the examples.
Tom's routine
Then fill in the gaps with the verbs in bold in the text.
/æt/
/ɪn/
/ɒn/
o (koľkej)
pri vyjadrení „kedy“
pri vyjadrení „kedy“
I get up at six o'clock in the week.
in the morning
on Sunday
/best/
/ɪmˈpɔːtənt/
najlepší
dôležitý
Tell your partner your best friend’s name.
We stress the important words.
apple pie
bill
bottle
burger
/ˈæpl paɪ/
/bɪl/
/ˈbɒtl ̩/
/ˈbɜːgər /
jablkový koláč
účet
fľaška
karbonátok, hamburger
certainly
/ˈsɜːtənli/
určite, rozhodne, iste
cream
dessert
for
for
for
fruit salad
have (had)
have (had)
have (had)
/kriːm/
/dɪˈzɜːt/
/fɔːr/
/fɔːr/
/fɔːr/
/fruːt ˈsæləd/
/hæv/
/hæv/
/hæv/
smotana, šľahačka
zákusok
pre
pre
pre
ovocný šalát
mať, dať si
mať, dať si
mať, dať si
The apple pie for me.
Can we have the bill, please?
And can we have a bottle of still mineral water?
burger and chips
And two coffees, please.
Certainly.
apple pie and cream
Would you like a dessert?
(A Coke) for me, please.
Not for me, thanks.
(The apple pie) for me.
The fruit salad is two pounds eighty.
And can I have (the vegetable lasagne)?
And can we have (a bottle of mineral water)?
Can I have (the chicken salad), please?
UNIT 5B
at
in
on
UNIT 5B (rubic)
best
important
UNIT 5C
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have (had)
chicken
chips
chocolate ice cream
ice cream
lasagne
main course
me
me
mushroom
of
of course
order
pizza
please
ready
salad
salad
sparkling
sparkling
sparkling
still
still
strawberry ice cream
vanilla ice cream
vegetable
would
would
/hæv/
/ˈtʃɪkɪn/
/tʃɪps/
/ˈtʃɒklət ˌaɪsˈkriːm/
/ˌaɪsˈkriːm/
/ləˈzænjə/
/meɪn kɔːs/
/miː/
/miː/
/ˈmʌʃruːm/
/ɒv/
/ɒvkɔːs/
/ˈɔːdər/
/ˈpiːtsə/
/pliːz/
/ˈredi/
/ˈsæləd/
/ˈsæləd/
/ˈspɑːklɪŋ/
/ˈspɑːklɪŋ/
/ˈspɑːklɪŋ/
/stɪl/
/stɪl/
/ˈstrɔːbəri ˌaɪsˈkriːm/
/vəˈnɪlə ˌaɪsˈkriːm/
/ˈvedʒtəbl/
/wʊd/
/wʊd/
mať, dostať
kura
hranolky
čokoládová zmrzlina
zmrzlina
lasagne
hlavný chod
mi, mne, mnou, mňa
mi, mne, mnou, mňa
hríb, huba
z, čoho - 2. pád
samozrejme, iste
objednať si
pizza
prosím
pripravený, nachystaný
šalát
šalát
šumivý, perlivá (voda)
šumivý, perlivá (voda)
šumivý, perlivá (voda)
neperlivý, nesýtený
neperlivý, nesýtený
jahodová zmrzlina
vanilková zmrzlina
zelenina, zeleninový
by, by sme, by ste (would like - priať si)
by, by sme, by ste (would like - priať si)
Can we have the bill?
How much is a chicken salad and a Coke?
burger and chips
Can I have some chocolate ice cream, please?
chocolate / strawberry / vanilla ice cream
And can I have the vegetable lasagne?
This is the main course menu.
(The apple pie) for me.
(A Coke) for me, please.
I'll have the mushroom pizza, please.
a bottle of still mineral water
Of course.
Are you ready to order?
I'll have the mushroom pizza, please.
And (two coffees), please.
Are you ready to order?
fruit salad
Yes, can I have the chicken salad, please?
a bottle of sparkling mineral water
Sparkling, please.
Still of sparkling?
A bottle of still mineral water, please.
Still of sparkling?
I would like the strawberry ice cream, please.
Do you have any vanilla ice cream?
vegetable lasagne
What would you like to drink?
Would you like a dessert?
/bɪˈtwiːn/
medzi
Write a conversation between a waiter and two customers at
the New Moon restaurant.
UNIT 5C (rubic)
between
FACE2FACE STARTER WORDLIST: English to Slovak
copy
/ˈkɒpi/
skopírovať, napodobniť
Copy the stress.
always
/ˈɔːlweɪz/
vždy
because
/bɪˈkəz/
pretože, lebo
busy
/ˈbɪzi/
rušný, zaneprázdnený
early
late
never
sometimes
/ˈɜːli/
/leɪt/
/ˈnevər/
/ˈsʌmtaɪmz/
skoro
neskoro
nikdy
niekedy
tired
/taɪəd/
unavený
usually
/ˈjuːʒuəli/
obyčajne, obvykle, bežne
I'm always tired on Sundays.
I never have breakfast because I play football every Sunday
morning.
It's not usually very busy on Sunday evenings and the food is
fantastic!
On Sundays I always get up early, at about 7.30.
I usually have breakfast in bed and get up very late.
He never watches football on TV.
Then I sometimes sleep for an hour or two.
Pete and I go out every Saturday evening, so I'm always tired
on Sundays.
It's not usually very busy.
/əˈnʌðər /
ďalší, ešte jeden
Check your menu with another pair.
airport
building
England
famous
great
hot springs
lot
mile
/ˈeəpɔːt/
/ˈbɪldɪŋ/
/ˈɪŋglənd/
/ˈfeɪməs/
/greɪt/
/hɒt sprɪŋz/
/lɒt/
/maɪl
letisko
budova
Anglicko
slávny, známy
ohromný, veľký, významný, skvelý
horké pramene (liečivé)
veľa, mnoho
míľa (1,6 km)
museum
/mjuːˈziːəm/
múzeum
park
person
/pɑːk/
/ˈpɜːsən/
park
osoba, človek
There's an airport in Bristol, only 15 miles away.
There are a lot of old buildings.
I live in Bath, a city in England.
Bath is famous for its hot springs.
I go there every Sunday, it's great!
Bath is famous for its hot springs.
There are a lot of people in the park.
There's an airport in Bristol, only 15 miles away.
In the centre of Bath there are five theatres and some very
good museums.
There are some very nice parks.
There's a person in the park.
UNIT 5D
UNIT 5D (rubic)
another
UNIT 6A
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place
river
shopping centre
some
station
swim (swum)
there is / there are
town
train
train station
/pleɪs/
/ˈrɪvər/
/ˈʃɒpɪŋ ˈsentər/
/sʌm/
/ˈsteɪʃən/
/swɪm/
miesto, lokalita
rieka
obchodné centrum
nejaký
stanica
plávať
tam je / tam sú (k vyjadrenia existencie)
mesto
vlak
vlaková stanica
I think Bath is a great place to live.
There's a beautiful river.
There's a big new shopping centre.
There are some people in the park.
There's a bus station.
You can swim in the hot water at the Thermae Bath Spa.
There are a lot of old buildings in the centre.
home town
Bath has a train station.
Bath has a train station.
/ˈeni/
/ˈeni/
/ˌeɪtiːˈem/
/bæŋk/
/bʌs stɒp/
/ˈkæʃpɔɪnt/
/ˈkemɪsts/
/ˈmɑːkɪt/
/pəʊst ˈɒfɪs/
/rəʊd/
/skweər/
/ˈsuːpəˌmɑːkɪt/
nejaký, akýkoľvek (v otázke)
žiadny (v zápornej vete)
bankomat
banka
autobusová zastávka
bankomat
lekáreň, drogéria
trh, tržnica
pošta
cesta, vozovka
námestie
supermarket
Are there any shops?
There aren't any good restaurants near here.
I need to go to the ATM.
Is there a bank?
Let’s meet at the bus stop.
There's a cashpoint at the supermarket .
Is there a chemist's in Bath?
There's an expensive market.
There's a cashpoint at the post office.
There are a lot of shops in Susan's road.
the town square
There's the supermarket.
/lɪŋkɪŋ/
spojení, prepojenie
Notice the linking between the consonant sounds and the
vowel sounds.
/ˌeɪˈem/
/əˈbaʊt/
dopoludnie
okolo, približne
I'm sometimes hungry at 4 a.m.
It's about (five) minutes away.
/taʊn/
/treɪn/
UNIT 6B
any
any
ATM
bank
bus stop
cashpoint
chemist's
market
post office
road
square
supermarket
UNIT 6B (rubic)
linking
UNIT 6C
a.m.
about
FACE2FACE STARTER WORDLIST: English to Slovak
away
can
closed
credit card
every
free
from
guide book
have (had)
here
ID card
in
key
laptop
map
Monday
open
open
open
p.m.
passport
purse
street
to
wallet
when
where
/əˈweɪ/
/kæn/
/kləʊzd/
/ˈkredɪt kɑːd /
/ˈevri/
/friː/
/frɒm/
/gaɪd bʊk/
/hæv/
/hɪər/
/ˌaɪˈdiːˌkɑːd/
/ɪn/
/kiː/
/ˌlæptɒp/
/mæp/
/ˈmʌndeɪ/
/ˈəʊpən/
/ˈəʊpən/
/ˈəʊpən/
/ˌpiːˈem/
/ˈpɑːspɔːt/
/pɜːs/
/striːt/
/tu/
/ˈwɒlɪt/
/wen/
/weər/
ďaleko, preč
môcť, vedieť
zatvorený
kreditná karta
každý
bezplatný, zdarma
z, od
sprievodca (knižný)
mať, vlastniť
tu
preukaz totožnosti (občiansky)
v, na
kľúč
prenosný počítač, notebook
mapa
pondelok
otvorený
otvorený
otvorený
popoludní
cestovní pas
dámska peňaženka
ulica
do (určitej hodiny)
pánska peňaženka
kedy
kde
It's about (five) minutes away.
Can you show me on this map?
It's closed on Mondays.
I have two credit cards.
No, it's open every day.
The maps are free.
It's open from (nine) a.m. to (five) p.m.
Isabel wants a guide book.
Do you have a (map of the city centre)?
Here it is.
Do you have an ID card with you?
It's in (Hot Bath Street).
Do you have your house keys?
I take my laptop everywhere.
Can you show me on this map?
Is it closed on Mondays?
It's open from nine a.m. to five p.m.
No, it's open every day.
When is the (Roman Baths Museum) open?
It's open from nine a.m. to five p.m.
Do you have your passport?
Where's your purse?
The Thermae Bath Spa is in Hot Bath Street.
It's open from (nine) a.m. to (five) p.m.
Have you got your wallet?
When is the (Roman Baths Museum) open?
Where's the (Thermae Bath Spa)?
/ˈtʊərɪst/
turista
Take turns to be the tourist.
UNIT 6C (rubic)
tourist
FACE2FACE STARTER WORDLIST: English to Slovak
UNIT 6D
black
blue
boots
brown
coat
colour
dress
favourite
green
grey
jacket
jeans
jumper
pink
red
shirt
shoes
skirt
suit
tie
trainers
trousers
T-shirt
wear (wore)
white
yellow
/blæk/
/bluː/
/buːts/
/braʊn/
/kəʊt/
/ˈkʌlər/
/dres/
/ˈfeɪvərɪt/
/griːn/
/greɪ/
/ˈdʒækɪt/
/dʒiːnz/
/ˈdʒʌmpər/
/pɪŋk/
/red/
/ʃɜːt/
/ʃuːz/
/skɜːt/
/suːt/
/taɪ/
/ˈtreɪnəz/
/ˈtraʊzəz/
/ˈnːʃɜːt/
/weər/
/waɪt/
/ˈjeləʊ/
čierny
modrý
pevné topánky, čižmy
hnedý
kabát, plášť
farba
šaty (dámske), odev (spoločenský)
obľúbený
zelený
šedý, sivý
sako, bunda, krátky kabát
džínsy
pulóver
ružový
červený
košeľa
topánky, obuv
sukňa
oblek, dámsky kostým
kravata, viazanka
športová / bežecká obuv
nohavice
tričko
nosiť, mať na sebe
biely
žltý
His t-shirt is black.
His jumper is blue.
These are my favourite boots.
Lisa's shoes are brown.
My coat is green.
My favourite colour is yellow.
Do you like my dress?
My favourite colour is green.
My car is green.
I have a grey suit.
This is my favourite jacket.
I always wear jeans.
My favourite jumper is red.
My bedroom is pink.
I like red apples.
It's a shirt.
What colour are Lisa's shoes?
I don't like wearing skirts.
My suit is grey.
I don't wear ties very often.
I like wearing trainers.
These are my smart trousers.
I collect T-shirts.
I wear jeans a lot.
I don't wear white.
My favourite colour is yellow.
/kləʊðz/
oblečenie, odevy
Match these words to clothes 1-14.
UNIT 6D (rubic)
clothes
FACE2FACE STARTER WORDLIST: English to Slovak
role
/rəʊl/
úloha
Then change roles.
animals
classical music
dancing
different
flying
hate
him
horror films
like
like
love
music
same
shopping for clothes
/ˈænɪməlz/
/ˈklæsɪkəl ˈmjuːzɪk/
/dɑːnsɪŋ/
/ˈdɪfərənt/
/ˈflaɪɪŋ/
/heɪt/
/hɪm/
/ˈhɒrər fɪlmz/
/laɪk/
/laɪk/
/lʌv/
/ˈmjuːzɪk/
/seɪm/
I love animals.
Jenny loves classical music.
Do you like dancing?
We're very different.
I don't like flying.
I hate shopping for clothes.
I always phone him at the weekend.
Jenny doesn't like horror films, but I love them.
I don't like dancing.
I like soap operas.
I love animals.
classical music
We don't like the same things.
Do you like shopping for clothes?
soap operas
/ˈsəʊp ˌɒpərəz/
sport
them
twins
us
visiting new places
watching sport on TV
/spɔːt/
/ðem/
/twɪnz/
/ʌs/
zvieratá
klasická, vážna hudba
tanec, tanečné umenie
odlišný, rozdielny, iný
lietanie, cestovanie lietadlom
nenávidieť, neznášať
jemu, mu
hororové, strašidelné filmy
mať rád, páčiť (sa)
mať rád, páčiť sa
milovať, mať veľmi rád
hudba
rovnaký, totožný
nakupovanie oblečenia
televízny / rozhlasový seriál (mydlová
opera často zachycujúca rodinný život)
šport
ich
dvojčatá
nám
navštevovanie nových miest
sledovanie športu v televízii
UNIT 7A
Do you like soap operas?
watching sport on TV
I love them.
Jenny and I are twins.
Our friends tell us we're very different.
I love visiting new places.
Jenny hates watching sport on TV.
UNIT 7A (rubic)
age
both
/eɪdʒ/
/bəʊθ/
vek
obaja, obidvaja; obe, obidve
Tell the class about them (age, jobs, family, etc.).
Find two things they both like.
/ˈbɑːskɪtbɔːl/
basketbal
I like to play basketball.
UNIT 7B
basketball
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bike
can
can
cook
drive (driven)
German
guitar
piano
play basketball
play the guitar
play the piano
ride a bike
sing (sung)
ski
speak (spoke)
/baɪk/
/kæn/
/kæn/
/kʊk/
/draɪv/
/ˈdʒɜːmən/
/gɪˈtɑːr/
/piˈænəʊ/
/raɪd ə baɪk/
/sɪŋ/
/skiː/
/spiːk/
bicykel
môcť, vedieť
môcť, vedieť
variť
riadiť (auto)
nemecký; nemecky; Nemec
gitara
klavír
hrať basketbal
hrať na gitaru
hrať na klavír
jazdiť na bicykli
spievať
lyžovať
hovoriť
ride a bike
I can't swim.
She can play the piano.
Can you cook?
Can you drive?
Can she speak German?
Can he play the guitar?
She can play the piano.
I like to play basketball.
Can he play the guitar?
She can play the piano.
I can't ride a bike.
She can sing very well.
They can ski very well.
speak German
/krɒs/
kríž, krížik
Put a cross for the things she can't do.
/əˈlɒŋ/
/gəʊ/
/hɪər/
/ɪn/
/ɪz/
/left/
/left/
/left/
/nɪər/
/nɪər/
/nekst tu/
/ˈɒpəzɪt/
po, pozdĺž
ísť, chodiť
tu
na
je
vľavo, doľava
vľavo
vľavo
blízko, nablízku, neďaleko
blízko, nablízku, neďaleko
vedľa, pri
oproti, proti
Go along this road and turn left / right.
Go along this road and turn left / right.
Is there a (bank) near here?
The café is in King Street.
Is there a bank near here?
Go along this road and turn left.
The (bank) is on the left, opposite the (station).
The café is on the left.
Is there a (bank) near here?
The café is near the bank.
The café is next to the bank.
The café is opposite the bank.
UNIT 7B (rubic)
cross
UNIT 7C
along
go (gone)
here
in
is
left
left
left
near
near
next to
opposite
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over there
right
right
right
that
there
turn
/ˈəʊvər ðeər/
/raɪt/
/raɪt/
/raɪt/
/ðæt/
/ðeər/
/tɜːn/
tam
vpravo, doprava
vpravo
vpravo
tamto, to
tam
zabočiť
It’s over there, near the (cinema).
Go along this road and turn right.
The (museum) is on the right, next to the (theatre).
The café is on the right
That's (Park Street).
It's over there, near the (cinema).
turn left / right
/bʊk/
/baɪ/
/baɪ/
/ˈkɒnsət/
/ˌdaʊnˈləʊd/
/ˈiːmeɪl/
/flaɪt/
/ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/
/tʃæt/
/ˈlɪsən/
/ˈmjuːzɪk/
/ˈɒnlaɪn/
/ˈprəʊgræm/
/ˈreɪdiəʊ/
/rɪˈsiːv/
/sel/
/send/
/ˈθɪətər/
/ˈtɪkɪt/
/ˌnːˈviː/
/ˈvɪdiəʊ/
objednať, rezervovať
kúpiť, kupovať
kúpiť
koncert
stiahnuť (z internetu)
elektronická pošta, email
let, linka
dovolenka, prázdniny
porozprávať sa, pokecať
počúvať
hudba
pripojený (na internete)
program, relácia
rádio, rozhlasové vysielanie
dostať, obdržať
predať, predávať
posielať, poslať
divadlo
lístok, vstupenka
televízia
video
I need to book my summer holiday.
buy and sell things
buy concert or theatre tickets
buy concert or theatre tickets
You can download music at emusic.com
send and receive emails
book flights or holidays
book flights or holidays
You can chat to friends or family.
listen to the radio
download music
What other things can people do online?
I watch TV programmes online.
I listen to the radio.
I like to send and receive emails.
buy and sell things
I like to send and receive emails.
buy concert or theatre tickets
buy concert or theatre tickets
watch videos or TV programmes
watch videos or TV programmes
sledovať video alebo televízne relácie
I like watching videos or TV programmes.
UNIT 7D
book
buy (bought)
buy (bought)
concert
download
email
flight
holiday
chat
listen
music
online
programme
radio
receive
sell (sold)
send (sent)
theatre
ticket
TV
video
watch videos or TV
programmes
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UNIT 7D (rubic)
connect
questionnaire
website
/kəˈnekt/
/ˌkwestʃəˈneər/
/ˈwebsaɪt/
pripojiť, spojiť
dotazník
internetová stránka
I am connected to the Internet.
an Internet questionnaire
What can people do at these websites?
/əˈmeɪzɪŋ/
/ˈɔːfəl/
/ˈbɔːrɪŋ/
/ˈdɪfɪkəlt/
/ˈiːzi/
/ˈemti/
/fænˈtæstɪk/
/ˈfaɪəwɜːk/
/fʊl/
/ˈhæpi/
/ˈɪntrəstɪŋ/
/lɒŋ/
/mætʃ/
/ˌnjuːˌjɪəzˈiːv/
/əʊld/
/raɪt/
/siːt/
/ʃɔːt/
/ˈsteɪdiəm/
/ˈterəbl /
/ʌnˈhæpi/
/wɜːld kʌp ˈfaɪnəl/
/rɒŋ/
/jʌŋ/
úžasný, ohromujúci
strašný, príšerný
nudný
ťažký, náročný
ľahký, jednoduchý
prázdny
fantastický, úžasný
ohňostroj
plný, obsadený
šťastný
zaujímavý
dlhý
zápas
Silvester
starý
správny, pravý
sedadlo
krátky
štadión
hrozný, strašný, príšerný
nešťastný
finále Svetového poháru
nesprávny, chybný
mladý
There were some amazing fireworks.
I had an awful time.
Reading is boring!
This homework is difficult!
English is very easy!
There were about 17,000 empty seats!
It was a fantastic New Year!
There were some amazing fireworks.
The stadium wasn't full.
I was very happy to be there.
This book is interesting.
The concert wasn't very long.
He was at the match with three other people.
I was in Sydney on New Year's Eve 1999.
I was only ten years old.
You're right. (Máš pravdu.)
There were about 17,000 empty seats!
My trousers are too short!
There were 80,000 people in the stadium.
The fireworks at midnight were terrible.
I'm unhappy!
I was at the World Cup Final in Paris in 1998.
You are wrong. (Mýliš sa.)
I was very young at the time.
UNIT 8A
amazing
awful
boring
difficult
easy
empty
fantastic
firework
full
happy
interesting
long
match
New Year's Eve
old
right
seat
short
stadium
terrible
unhappy
World Cup Final
wrong
young
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UNIT 8B
ago
anniversary
born
born
born
born
born
bride
groom
home
India
Indian
last
now
thousand
wedding
yesterday
/əˈgəʊ/
/ˌænɪˈvɜːsəri/
/bɔːn/
/bɔːn/
/bɔːn/
/bɔːn/
/bɔːn/
/braɪd/
/gruːm/
/həʊm/
/ˈɪndiə/
/ˈɪndiən/
/lɑːst/
/naʊ/
/ˈθaʊzənd/
/ˈwedɪŋ/
/ˈjestədeɪ/
pred (časovo)
výročie
byť narodený
byť narodený
byť narodený
byť narodený
byť narodený
nevesta
ženích
(byť) doma
India
indický
posledný, minulý
teraz, práve
tisíc
svadba
včera
He was in bed four hours ago.
Rajeet and Gita's wedding anniversary is on Saturday.
(I was born) in 1987.
(She was born) in the UK.
was born / were born
When were you born?
Where was Gita born?
Who were the bride and groom?
Who were the bride and groom?
He was at home yesterday afternoon.
There's the amazing Kumbh Mela in India.
Let's go to that new Indian restaurant in Old Street.
Joe was in Paris last week.
He's at work now.
one thousand pounds
Where was the wedding?
He was at home yesterday afternoon.
/ˈpeɪpər/
papier, list
Ask about the people on your partner's paper.
UNIT 8B (rubic)
paper
UNIT 8C
about
April
/əˈbaʊt/
/ˈeɪprəl/
okolo, približne
apríl
August
/ˈɔːgəst/
august
birthday
date
day
December
/ˈbɜːθdeɪ/
/deɪt/
/deɪ/
/dɪˈsembər/
narodeniny
dátum
deň
december
About seven o'clock.
It's my birthday on April 1st.
On the last Wednesday in August, thirty thousand people
travel to Buñol, in Spain, for 'La Tomatina'.
When's your birthday?
What's the date today?
What day is it today?
I start my new job in December.
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eighteenth
eighth
eleventh
February
fifteenth
fifth
first
fourteenth
fourth
idea
it's
it's
January
July
June
/eɪˈnːnθ/
/eɪtθ/
/ɪˈlevənθ/
/ˈfebruəri/
/ˌfɪfˈnːnθ/
/fɪ θ/
/ˈfɜːst/
/ˌfɔːˈnːnθ/
/fɔːθ/
/aɪˈdɪə/
/ɪts/
/ɪts/
/ˈdʒænjʊri/
/dʒʊˈlaɪ/
/dʒuːn/
let
/let/
let
/let/
March
May
maybe
meet (met)
meet (met)
meet (met)
Monday
nineteenth
ninth
no
November
October
on
/mɑːtʃ/
/meɪ/
/ˈmeɪbi/
/miːt/
/miːt/
/miːt/
/ˈmʌndeɪ/
/ˌnaɪnˈnːnθ/
/naɪnθ/
/nəʊ/
/nəˈvembər/
/ɒkˈtəʊbər/
/ɒn/
osemnásty
ôsmy
jedenásty
február
pätnásty
piaty
prvý
štrnásty
štvrtý
nápad, plán, úmysel
(to) je
(to) je
január
júl
jún
Vyjadruje návrh alebo výzvu "Poďme
do divadla."
Vyjadruje návrh alebo výzvu "Stretnime
sa v divadle."
marec
máj
možná, snáď
stretnúť sa, zísť sa
stretnúť sa, zísť sa
stretnúť sa, získať
pondelok
devätnásty
deviaty
nie
november
október
v určení času - kedy
My friend's wedding is the eighteenth of July.
It's my son's eighth birthday today.
I'm going to a party on the eleventh.
It's always cold in February.
I'm going on holiday on the fifteenth.
It's my daughter's fifth birthday.
What's your first name, please?
It's my wedding anniversary on the fourteenth.
This is my fourth cup of tea today.
Yes, that's a good idea.
(It's) March the seventh.
(It's on) June the second.
It's my birthday in January.
My cousin is getting married in July.
I'm going on holiday in June.
Let's (go to the theatre).
Let's meet at (the theatre).
It's March the seventh.
I'm going to a concert in May.
"Shall we go to the cinema?" "Maybe."
Let's meet at (the theatre).
What time shall we meet?
Where shall we meet?
(It's) Monday.
It's November the nineteenth.
It's August the ninth.
No, I don’t think so.
It's always cold in November.
It's October the tenth.
(It's on) June the second.
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present
second
September
seventeenth
seventh
/ˈprezənt/
/ˈsekənd/
/sepˈtembər/
/ˌsevənˈnːn θ/
/ˈsevənθ/
shall
/ʃæl/
shall
/ʃæl/
shall
/ʃæl/
sixteenth
sixth
tenth
the
the
theatre
think (thought)
third
thirteenth
thirtieth
thirty-first
time
today
today
twelfth
twentieth
twenty-eighth
twenty-fifth
twenty-first
/ˌsɪkˈsnːnθ/
/sɪksθ/
/tenθ/
/ðə/
/ðə/
/ˈθɪətər/
/θɪŋk/
/θɜːd/
/θɜːˈnːnθ/
/ˈθɜːnəθ/
/ˈθɜːn ˈfɜːst/
/taɪm/
/təˈdeɪ/
/təˈdeɪ/
/twel θ/
/ˈtwentiəθ/
darček, dar
druhý
september
sedemnásty
siedmy
v otázkach vyjadruje návrh, žiadosť o
radu alebo úmysel „Čo budeme robiť
dnes večer?“
v otázkach vyjadruje návrh, žiadosť o
radu alebo úmysel „O koľkej sa
stretneme?“
v otázkach vyjadruje návrh, žiadosť o
radu alebo úmysel „Kde sa stretneme?“
šestnásty
šiesty
desiaty
člen určitý – pred radovými číslovkami
člen určitý – pred radovými číslovkami
divadlo
myslieť (si)
tretí
trinásty
tridsiaty
tridsiaty prvý
čas, hodina „o koľkej“
dnes
dnes
dvanásty
dvadsiaty
dvadsiaty ôsmy
dvadsiaty piaty
dvadsiaty prvý
Helen's present was a skirt.
It's on June the second.
Is your birthday in September?
It's June the seventeenth.
It's January the seventh.
What shall we do (this evening)?
What time shall we meet?
Where shall we meet?
It's February the sixteenth.
It's July the sixth.
It's March the tenth.
(It's on) June the second.
(It's) March the seventh.
Let's (go to the theatre).
No, I don’t think so.
It's October the third.
It's March the thirteenth.
It's April the thirtieth.
It's my thirty-first birthday next month.
What time shall we meet?
What day is it today?
What's the date today?
It's Angela's twelfth birthday.
It's April the twentieth.
It's August the twenty-eighth.
It's November the twenty-fifth.
It's Paula's twenty-first birthday next month.
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twenty-fourth
twenty-ninth
twenty-second
twenty-seventh
twenty-sixth
twenty-third
where
why
yes
yes
/weər/
/waɪ/
/jes/
/jes/
dvadsiaty štvrtý
dvadsiaty deviaty
dvadsiaty druhý
dvadsiaty siedmy
dvadsiaty šiesty
dvadsiaty tretí
kde
prečo
áno
áno
It's May the twenty-fourth.
I'm going on holiday on the twenty-ninth.
My birthday is on May the twenty-second!
I'm going to a party on the twenty-seventh.
It's George's birthday on the twenty-sixth.
I'm going skiing on the twenty-third.
Where shall we meet?
Why don't we (go to the cinema)?
Yes, see you.
Yes, that's a good idea.
UNIT 8C (rubic)
decide
play
suggestion
/dɪˈsaɪd/
/pleɪ/
/səˈdʒestʃən/
rozhodnúť (sa)
hrať
návrh
What do they decide to do this evening?
Role-play your conversations.
Make suggestions about what to do.
festival
garlic
hundred
hundred
hundred
hundred
kilo
million
million
thousand
thousand
thousand
throw
/ˈfestɪvəl/
/ˈgɑːlɪk/
/ˈhʌndrəd/
/ˈhʌndrəd/
/ˈhʌndrəd/
/ˈhʌndrəd/
/ˈkiːləʊ/
/ˈmɪljən/
/ˈmɪljən/
/ˈθaʊzənd/
/ˈθaʊzənd/
/ˈθaʊzənd/
/θrəʊ/
festival, slávnosť
cesnak
sto
sto
sto
sto
kilogram
milión
milión
tisíc
tisíc
tisíc
hodiť, hádzať
travel
/ˈtrævəl/
cestovať
There are a lot of amazing festivals around the world.
the Gilroy Garlic Festival
a hundred
a hundred and fifty
seven hundred and fifty thousand
three hundred and ninety
A hundred and twenty-five thousand kilos of them!
a million
fifty million
a thousand
seven hundred and fifty thousand
sixteen thousand, two hundred
At this festival people throw tomatoes at each other.
On the last Wednesday in August, thirty thousand people
travel to Buñol, in Spain, for 'La Tomatina'.
UNIT 8D
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UNIT 9A
bike
boat
bus
by
come (came)
/baɪk/
/bəʊt/
/bʌs/
/baɪ/
/kʌm/
bicykel
loďka, čln
autobus
akým spôsobom
prísť
cycle
/ˈsaɪkl ̩/
ísť / jazdiť na bicykli
do (done)
finish
get (got)
give (given)
go back
hear (heard)
charity
choose (chosen)
learn
leave (left)
make (made)
motorbike
/du/
/ˈfɪnɪʃ/
/get/
/gɪv/
/gəʊ bæk/
/hɪər/
/ˈtʃærɪti/
/tʃuːz/
/lɜːn/
/liːv/
/meɪd/
/ˈməʊtəbaɪk/
urobiť
dokončiť
dostať
dať, dávať (tu: give a lift= zviesť autom)
vrátiť sa, ísť späť
počuť
charita, dobročinný spolok
vybrať (si), zvoliť
(na)učiť sa
odísť
urobiť, vytvoriť
motorka
only
/ˈəʊnli/
len
plane
proud
put
raise money
ride (rode)
say (said)
/pleɪn/
/praʊd/
/pʊt/
/reɪz ˈmʌni/
/raɪd/
/seɪ/
lietadlo
hrdý, pyšný
položiť
vybrať, získať
jazdiť (na kole, na koni)
povedať
Scotland
/ˈskɒtlənd/
Škótsko
show
/ʃəʊ/
ukázať, ukazovať
I go to work by bike.
I don’t like boats.
I come to this school by bus.
I usually go to work by car.
I come to this school by bus.
Mark Beaumont, from Scotland, cycled around the world in
only 194 days and 17 hours.
What shall we do (this evening)?
He finished his journey in Paris on August 5th the same year.
I get emails from friends and family every week.
I give my colleague a lift to work.
I need to go back home.
I can't hear you.
They also raised £50,000 for charity.
Choose the correct words.
Why do you want to learn English?
I need to leave now.
Make these sentences negative.
I don't have a motorbike.
Mark Beaumont, from Scotland, cycled around the world in
only 194 days and 17 hours.
I never travel by plane.
His mother told the newspapers she was very proud of her son.
Lisa put the book down.
They raised money for charity.
I like to ride my bike.
Can you say that again?
Mark Beaumont, from Scotland, cycled around the world in
only 194 days and 17 hours.
Can you show me on this map?
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spend (spent)
start
stay
/spend/
/stɑːt/
/steɪ/
take
/teɪk/
taxi
tell (told)
/ˈtæksi/
/tel/
minúť, utratiť
začať, zahájiť
zostať, pobývať
vziať, zobrať (tu: take a photo=
odfotografovať, odfotiť)
taxi, taxík
povedať
Thailand
/ˈtaɪlænd/
Thajsko
travel around
How much do you spend on phone calls every month?
She starts work at nine o'clock.
I will stay in Bath for a few days.
How many photos did they take?
I will take a taxi to the airport.
I will tell Emily about our holiday.
Jo Huxster and Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent travelled from
Thailand to the UK.
How do they travel around?
tuk-tuk
/ˈtɜːki/
use
visit
walk
want
/juːz/
/ˈvɪzɪt/
/wɔːk/
/wɒnt/
putovať, cestovať
dvojkolesový vozík na prepravu osôb
používaný v Ázii
používať, využívať
navštíviť
ísť, chodiť pešo
chcieť
difference
/ˈdɪfərəns/
rozdielnosť, odlišnosť
find (found)
swap
/faɪnd/
/swɒp/
nájsť, objaviť
vymeniť si, prehodiť
Notice the difference between the Present Simple and the Past
Simple.
Find five things that you both did.
Swap papers.
/əˈraʊnd/
/biːtʃ/
/gəʊ fər ə wɔːk/
/gəʊ ɒn ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/
/gəʊ ˈsaɪtˌsiːɪŋ/
/gəʊ ˈswɪmɪŋ/
/gəʊ tə ðə biːtʃ/
/gʊd
okolo
pláž
ísť na prechádzku
ísť na dovolenku
prezrieť si pamiatky
isť si zaplávať
ísť na pláž
dobrý, príjemný
Last year I travelled around Colombia, in South America.
I always go to the beach.
Bob and Liz went for a walk every day.
We didn't go on holiday last year.
I like to go sightseeing.
But I didn't go swimming because I can't swim!
I always go to the beach.
Have a good time.
Let's go by tuk-tuk!
I use my computer every day.
He travelled 18,300 miles and visited 20 countries.
I always walk to work.
I want to go on holiday.
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UNIT 9B
around
beach
go for a walk
go on holiday
go sightseeing
go swimming
go to the beach
good
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have a good time
holiday
island
mosque
photo
rent
scenery
/hævə gʊd taɪm/
/ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/
/ˈaɪlənd/
/mɒsk/
/ˈfəʊtəʊ/
/rent/
/ˈsiːnəri/
mať sa dobre, dobre sa baviť
dovolenka, prázdniny
ostrov
mešita
fotografia
prenajať si
scenéria, krajina
sea
/siː/
more
South America
stay in a hotel
stay with friends and
family
take photos
time
walk
/ˌsaʊθ əˈmerɪkə/
Južná Amerika
bývať v hoteli
Did you have a good time?
go on holiday
They visited an island.
My favourite place was the Blue Mosque.
take photos
We also rented a car.
Our favourite place was Guilin - the scenery is amazing.
My favourite place was Cartagena, a beautiful old city by the
sea.
Last year I travelled around Colombia, in South America.
I will be staying in a hotel.
bývať s priateľmi a rodinou
I will be staying with friends and family.
fotografovať
čas (dobre sa bavte)
ísť, chodiť pešo
I like to take photos.
have a good time
go for a walk
prísť, doraziť
o (koľkej hodine)
vrátiť sa, prísť späť
tu
ďalší, nasledujúci
nástupište
nástupište
spiatočný (lístok)
jednosmerný lístok
tamto, to
tam je / tam sú
lístok, vstupenka
automat na lístky
pokladňa
What time does it arrive in (Liverpool)?
At (twelve twenty-nine).
When do you want to come back?
Here are your tickets.
What time's the next train?
Platform (six).
Which platform?
Two returns to Liverpool, please.
A single ticket, please.
That's (ninety-three pounds forty), please.
There's one at (nine seventeen).
Here are your tickets.
Go to the ticket machine.
The ticket office is closed.
/taɪm/
/wɔːk/
UNIT 9C
arrive
at
come back
here
next
platform
platform
return
single
that
there is / there are
ticket
ticket machine
ticket office
/əˈraɪv/
/æt/
/kʌm bæk/
/hɪər/
/nekst/
/ˈplætfɔːm/
/ˈplætfɔːm/
/rɪˈtɜːn/
/ˈsɪŋgl/
/ðæt/
/ˈtɪkɪt/
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ticket seller
time
time
tomorrow
which
/taɪm/
/taɪm/
/təˈmɒrəʊ/
/wɪtʃ/
predajca lístkov / vstupeniek
čas (o koľkej)
čas (o koľkej)
zajtra
ktorý
There's the ticket seller.
What time does it arrive in (Liverpool)?
What time's the next train?
tomorrow evening
Which platform?
amount
cab
/əˈmaʊnt/
/kæb/
suma, množstvo
taxi, taxík
climb
/klaɪm/
vyliezť, vystúpiť, vyšplhať
explorer
/ɪkˈsplɔːrər/
how many
/haʊ ˈmeni/
how much
how old
many
moon
much
old
Portugal
sink
what
what
when
where
who
why
/haʊ mʌtʃ/
/haʊ əʊld /
/ˈmeni/
/muːn/
/mʌtʃ/
/əʊld/
/ˈpɔːtʃəgəl/
/sɪŋk/
/wɒt/
/wɒt/
/wen/
/weər/
/huː/
/waɪ/
prieskumník, bádateľ, cestovateľ
koľko (pri počítateľných podstatných
menách)
Koľko (stojí)
ako starý
veľa, mnoho (tu: koľko)
mesiac
veľa, mnoho (tu: koľko stoja?)
starý
Portugalsko
potopiť sa
čo
aký
kedy
kde
kto
prečo
What's the total amount?
How many yellow cabs are there in New York City?
How old was Sir Edmund Hillary when he climbed Mount
Everest in 1953?
Where was the famous explorer Christopher Columbus born?
/kwɪz/
(zábavný) kvíz
UNIT 9D
How many people are there?
How much are those shoes?
How old are they?
How many people are there?
Who was the first man to walk on the moon?
How much are these shoes?
How old are they?
Portugal is in Europe.
When did the Titanic sink?
What's that?
What's your name?
When do you start work?
Where does he live?
Who's she?
Why are you tired?
UNIT 9D (rubic)
quiz
Look again at the words in bold in the quiz.
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UNIT 10A
be going to
/biː ˈgəʊɪŋ tu/
course
/kɔːs/
/du ə kəmˈpjuːtər
kɔːs/
/du ən ɪgˈzæm/
/ɪgˈzæm/
/fiːl/
/get ɪnˈgeɪdʒd/
/get ˈmærid/
/ˈgɜːlfrend/
/ɪn/
/ɪn/
do a (computer) course
do an exam
exam
feel (felt)
get engaged
get married
girlfriend
in
in
leave school or
university
leave your job
look for
look for a (new) job
look for a house or a
flat
married
move
move house
move to another city or
country
next
next
start a new job
start school or
university
/lʊk fər/
/ˈmærid/
/muːv/
/nekst/
/nekst/
chystať sa niečo urobiť v blízkej
budúcnosti
kurz, školenie, cyklus prednášok
I'll be going to the museum.
First I'm going to do a computer course.
chodiť na počítačový kurz
First I'm going to do a computer course.
robiť skúšku
skúška
cítiť sa, mať pocit
zasnúbiť sa
vziať si; vydať sa / oženiť sa
priateľka, frajerka
v
v
I have to do an exam.
I have to do an exam.
How do you feel?
We got engaged in May.
We're going to get married next year.
My girlfriend, Silvia, is also a student there.
in 2025
in December
dokončiť školu alebo univerzitu
I'm going to leave school in June.
zanechať, dokončiť zamestnanie
hľadať, zháňať
hľadať novú prácu
Ed’s going to leave his job.
Is Darla going to look for a job?
Darla is looking for a job.
hľadať dom alebo byt
Our sons are looking for a flat together.
vydatá / ženatý
(pre)sťahovať sa
presťahovať sa
get married
We're going to move to Rome.
My sister Helena is going to move house in March.
presťahovať sa do iného mesta či krajiny
When's Darla going to move to Australia?
ďalší, nasledujúci, budúci
ďalší, nasledujúci, budúci
začať v novej práci
začať študovať v škole alebo na
univerzite
next month
next week
Darla's going to start a new job.
I'll start university in September.
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tomorrow
tonight
/təˈmɒrəʊ/
/təˈnaɪt/
zajtra
dnes večer
tomorrow morning
Are you going to watch TV tonight?
/ˈ{uːtʃər/
/plæn/
budúci
plán, projekt, zámer
Put these future time phrases in order.
Tell the class about one student's plans.
/gəʊ ˈrʌnɪŋ /
/gəʊ tə ˈpɑːn/
/gəʊ tə ðə dʒɪm/
/hævəˈpɑːn/
ísť si zabehnúť, chodiť bežať
ísť na večierok /party
chodiť do posilňovne
usporiadať večierok
Let's go running!
I'm going to a party on Saturday.
I'm going to go to the gym after class.
I'm going to have a party next week.
dať si kávu s priateľmi
I'm going to have coffee with friends now.
večerať s priateľmi
I'm going to have dinner with friends.
/njuːz/
/ˈpɑːn/
/ˈpɑːn/
/ˌnːˈviː/
správy (v novinách, televízii)
večierok, party
večierok, party
televízia
sledovať šport v televízii
sledovať správy
I like to watch the news.
go to a party
have a party
watch sport on TV
Let's watch sport on TV.
I like to watch the news.
/nəʊt/
poznámka
Make notes on your partner's answers.
/ˈæŋgri/
/ˈbɜːθdeɪ/
/bɔːd/
/deɪ/
/ɪkˈsaɪtɪd/
rozhnevaný, naštvaný
narodeniny
znudený, otrávený
deň
rozrušený, vzrušený, nadšený,
I'm never angry with my friends.
Have a good birthday!
I'm always bored on the weekends.
Have a good day!
I'm always excited before I go on holiday.
UNIT 10A (rubic)
future
plan
UNIT 10B
go running
go to a party
go to the gym
have a party
have coffee with
friends
have dinner with
friends
news
party
party
TV
watch sport on TV
watch the news
UNIT 10B (rubic)
note
UNIT 10C
angry
birthday
bored
day
excited
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fly (flown)
have (had)
holiday
hungry
job
journey
luck
next
on
sad
scared
see
school
test
time
week
/flaɪ/
/hæv/
/ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/
/ˈhʌŋgri/
/dʒɒb/
/ˈdʒɜːni/
/lʌk/
/nekst/
/ɒn/
/sæd/
/skeəd/
/siː/
/skuːl/
/test/
/taɪm/
/wiːk/
znepokojený
letieť, lietať
mať
dovolenka, prázdniny
hladný, vyhladovaný
práca, zamestnanie
cesta
šťastie
ďalší, nasledujúci, budúci
v (pred dňom v týždni)
smutný, nešťastný, zarmútený
vystrašený, vyplašený
(u)vidieť
škola
test, písomka, skúška
čas
týždeň
I'm sometimes scared when I fly.
Have a good holiday!
Have a good holiday!
I'm sometimes hungry at 4 a.m.
Good luck with your new job.
Have a good journey!
Good luck with your exam.
See you next (month).
See you on (Monday).
I'm usually sad when I say goodbye to people.
I'm sometimes scared when I fly.
See you (in September).
Good luck with your new school.
Good luck with your English test.
Have a good time! (Dobre sa bavte!)
See you in (two weeks).
/həʊl/
celý, úplný
Work in groups or with the whole class.
UNIT 10C (rubic)
whole
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