4000 Essential English Words, Book 3 by Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

By Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

4000 crucial English Words is a six-book sequence that's designed to target functional high-frequency phrases to augment the vocabulary of novices from excessive starting to strengthen degrees. The sequence offers numerous phrases that conceal a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. therefore, after getting to know those goal phrases, newbies may be capable of absolutely comprehend vocabulary goods after they stumble upon them in written and spoken shape.

Each unit provides 20 phrases that are outlined and utilized in pattern sentences. The actions within the books are designed to offer 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 goal phrases to offer inexperienced persons additional examples of the phrases in use. each one point correctly prepares the learner for the following which steadily demanding situations the learner with extra refined vocabulary and tales.

Key Features

(1) transparent, effortless to appreciate definitions and examples

(2) quite a few actions to augment goal vocabulary

(3) innovative improvement of vocabulary throughout degrees

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

(5) necessary colour photographs that illustrate every one aim note

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

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7. If you can’t speak, then move your head up and down for yes and no. 8. The person who was fighting against me tried to catch me off guard. 9. I tried very hard to lift the heavy boxes from the desk. 10. Sitting through his long, boring speech was a horrible mental pain. 59 Dalton vs. the Bully Dalton was a nice boy, but sometimes the other boys made fun of him because he was so tall and skinny. Dalton’ s biggest problem was Mitch. He was a bully who boasted about his strength. He quarreled with the other boys.

The old log began to ro t in the forest. r] v. To scare means to cause one to feel frightened. -> I was scared by the s ig h t o f the monster. shortly [Joxtli] adv. If som ething w ill happen shortly, it w ill happen very soon. -♦ My workday w ill end shortly. skeleton [skelatn] n. A skeleton is the bones of a body. -» There is a skeleton in the science classroom. Spoil [spoil] v. If something spoils, it turns bad or rots. -» We left the fru it out too long, and it spoiled. starve [stow] * If a person starves, they do not get enough to eat and sometimes die.

The baby sucked m ilk from her bottle. urgent [axc^ant] adj. If something is urgent, it is im portant and needs to be done now. -> He had to leave now; it was urgent. vanish CvseniJ] V. To vanish is to go away suddenly. — A ll the passengers vanished from the train station. W a g O n [waegan] n. A wagon is a cart you use to carry heavy things. He used his wagon to carry some o f his gifts. wrinkle [rirjkai] n. A wrinkle is a line on a person’ s face that happens as they get old. -» My grandfather has some wrinkles on his face.

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