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 Verbs of movement (body):

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مُساهمةموضوع: Verbs of movement (body):   الأربعاء يوليو 02, 2008 12:26 pm

Verbs of movement (body):

¤ Climb (v) :
¤ Fall
¤ Kick (v) :
* Kick something down / around ect .
* Kick something into something.
* Kick: to hit someone or something with your foot.
A group of boys were kicking a stone around outside.
Tom just kicked me.
He kicked the ball into the back of the net.
The police had to kick the door down .
¤ Pick up : pick something / someone up to lift something or someone ,EX : I picked up a stick that was lying on the path.
EX: you are too heavy for me to pick you up.
¤ Put down (v):
¤ Run crawl
¤ Pull push
¤ Bend lift
¤ Carry drop
¤ Jog to run slowly, especially for exercise, ex two girls were jogging around the park.
¤ Tiptoe: (v) if you stand or walk on tiptoe, you stand or walk just on your toes: we couldn’t see the stage, even when we stood on tiptoe.
¤ March: (v)
Ex 1- when soldiers march, they walk together with regular steps.
We watched the soldiers marching past.
The kings armies marched into the capital
2- to walk somewhere quickly, often because you are angry: I hate you she shouted, and she marched out of the room.
3- if people march, they walk together in a large group in order to protest about something: ex the students marched through the city centre and called for the president to resign.
¤ Stretch (v):
¤ Kneel (v):
¤ Crouch (v):
¤Trip (noun , verb)
1-Trip (n) a trip to a place
A journey to a place and back again, especially when you only stay in the place for a short time ex : Dads promised us a trip to Disneyland.
Ex the school went on a day trip to France.
2-trip(v) tripped, tripping also trip up :
A : to hit your foot against something while you are walking so that you fall or almost fall:
Ex He tripped up and broke his ankle.
I tripped over the telephone wire and hit my head.
Ex Be careful not to trip on that step.
B – to make someone fall by putting your foot in front of them as they are walking: ex , Mum ! Jake tripped me up.
¤ Slip: (v)
* Slip through / on ect something.
* Slip something into / through ect something.
1- if you slip, your feet move accidentally and you fall: ex: be careful not to slip- the floor is wet.
2- To go somewhere quickly and quietly ex: she must have slipped out through the back door.
3- To put something somewhere quietly or secretly: he slipped a sleeping pill into her drink.
4- If something slips, it moves accidentally: ex my cup slipped and dropped on the floor.
5- Phrases:
* slip your mind (spoken): if something slips your mind, you forget a bout it: she asked me to phone you , but it slipped my mind.
*Jump (v)
*Skip (v) skipped, skipping
1- To jump up and down over a rope that you keep turning over your head and under you feet.
2- to run with a little jump on each step: The children skipped along the path. ¤ Hop (v) hopped, hopping:
1- to jump on one foot : ex the children came hopping towards us.
2- If birds and animals hop, they move by jumping with both feet together Ex, two frogs hopped in to the water with a splash.

Verbs movement (hands):
¤ punch
¤ wave
¤ chop
¤ push
¤ point
¤ pinch
¤ clap
¤ tickle
¤ shake hands
¤ slap
¤ spoke
¤ stroke

Verbs in the kitchen:

¤ tomato slice
¤ onion chop
¤ potato mash
¤ cheese grate
¤ sprinkle
¤ carrot peel
¤ juice pour
¤ butter spread
¤ lemon squeeze
¤ salt pinch
¤ chicken carve
¤ egg whisk
¤ mix
¤ pasta strain / drain
¤ garlic crush
¤ stir
• stir something with something
• stir something in
• stir something into something: to mix something by moving a spoon around in it : Ex Nada stirred her tea with a spoon.
Simon stir in the milk.
Stir the grated cheese in to the sauce.

Prepositions:
• shes in / inside the booth.
• shes outside the booth.
• The books on the table.
• The cars behind the lorry.
• Hes under the car.
• The dogs sitting in front of the door.
• The plant is beside / by the chest.
• Theres a bridge over the river.
• Sally sat between her brothers.
• The picture hangs above the tv.
• They stood opposite each other.
• Frank got into the car.
• Bob got out of the car.
• He kicked the ball on to the net.
• The cat jumped off the table.
• The cat ran away from the dog.
• David went up the stairs.
• Sophie went down the stairs.
• The ball rolled towards the hole.
• The train went through the tunnel.
• He drove over the bridge.
• He drove under the bridge.
• The car went round the roundabout.

Describing people:

• Susan is small with red permed hair, and she wears glasses.
• David is overweight / fat with receding , hair and has a beard .
• Colin is tall with short black hair and he wears glasses.
• Robin is well-built / muscular with short spiky brown hair, sideburns, and stubble. ( Sideburns also sideboards): plural noun : hair that grows down the sides of a mans face. ( Stubble): no plural the very short hairs on a mans face when he has not shaved for a few days.
• Ashok is of average height, is bald, and wears glasses.
• Lucy is slim with shoulder-length wavy blonde hair.
• Zoe is thin with brown hair in a ponytail and has freckles. (ponytail: noun) long hair tied at the back of your head so that it hangs down : ex Kims hair was pulled back in a ponytail. (freckles): plural noun a small brown spot on some ones skin. Ex she has freckles all over her nose.
• Phillip is short with straight grey hair and a moustache.
















Fruit and vegetables:

Watermelon melon
Pineapple coconut
Grapes bananas
Grapefruit kiwi fruit
Apples pears
Lemons oranges
Peaches plums
Blackberries raspberries
Strawberries

Vegetables

Cauliflower pumpkin
Broccoli cabbage
Peas beans
Brussels sprouts corn
Leeks courgettes
Lettuce cucumber
Onions garlic
Peppers aubergine
Mushrooms potatoes
Beetroot carrots
Parsley coriander


















Vocabulary to express appearance (looks) :

* attractive handsome short
* beautiful long-haired skinny
* blonde long-legged slim
* chubby medium smart
* cute muscular square-shouldered
* curly pale stout
Dark
Straight
Thick
Wavy hair
* dark/ dark-skinned plain tall/ tallish
*fair/ fair-skinned plump tanned
* fit pretty ugly
* good-looking red-haired well-built
* gorgeous scruffy well-dressed


Vocabulary to describe character :

* aggressive unfriendly unpredictable
* ambitious generous quiet
* arrogant gentle unreliable
* bad-tempered good-natured irresponsible
* unbalanced good-tempered self-assured
*boastful hard-working self-centred
* boring dishonest self-confident
* brave unimaginative unselfish
* carefree indifferent insensitive
* cheerful unkind sensible
* conceited lazy sexy
* confident likeable shy
* cowardly lively insincere
* uncritical immature stubborn
* determined mean unsympathetic
* dominant immodest talkative
* eccentric optimistic/ pessimistic unsociable
* enthusiastic outgoing vain
* extrovert/introvert impolite withdrawn

Vocabulary to describe a book / film / play:
* Amusing fast-moving uninteresting *Appealing funny powerful
* boring gloomy serious
* brilliant hilarious slow-moving
* compelling horrific subtle
* unconvincing unimpressive vivid
Dull informative weak


Phrases to express your opinion:

• I think that ……. / I believe that…… / I reckon that….. / figure that (AmE)
• In my opinion, this is……. / in my view, this is ….
• It seems to me that …..
• What I think is ….. / as I see it …. / the way I see it …….
• As far as Im concerned ……..
• My impression of the book / film / play is ………
• Personally, I think that …….. / I don’t think that….






















The synonyms :

• distinct (adj) clear, clear-cut, well-defined, marked, recognizable, obvious.
• Spectator (n) watcher, beholder, viewer, observer, onlooker, looker on , witness, eyewitness.
• Professional: (n) expert, skilled person, master.
• Rivals (n) : competitor, challenger.
• Referred (v): commender, upholder, backer.
• Attracts (v) draw, pull, magnetize.
• Resident (n) ex : all residents pay taxes, inhabitant , occupant, occupier, householder, tenant.
• Tier (n) ex: tiers of seats, row, rank, bank, line.
• Recent (adv) very new .
• Pursued (v) ex the detective pursed the thief go after. Run after, follow, chase, give chase to .
• Policy (n) plan, scheme, programme, schedule, code system, approach, theory, procedure .
• Expansion (n) expansion of metals / business : enlargement, increase, magnification, amplification, stretching, distension ,protraction.
• Previously (adv) earlier, before, until now, at one time, in the past, in years gone.
• Provincial (adj) rather than national / central government, state, regional .
• Avidly = avid (adj) eager, enthusiastic, partial to, fond of, fervent.
• Sponsorships (n) supporter, guarantor , backer.
• Premier (adj) top, prime, first, highest, top-rank in chief, head, foremost, principal.
• Sought (v) is a past participle of seek : search for , try to find, look for, request.
• Corporations (n pl) : business corporation company, firm, trust, partnership, combine.
• Extent (n) length, area, expanse, stretch, range.
• Tertiary (adj) on the therd steg or level.
• Unique (adj)1- a unique specimen only, one and only, single, sole, lone, solitary. 2- opportunity / beauty, unequalled, without equal.
• Fervor (n) fervency, passion, intensity, vehemence emotion, warmth.
• Prominent (adj) protuberant, protrusive, jutting , jutting out, projecting, standing out.
• Championship (n) the champion of the competition winner, title- holder, victor, conqueror, hero.
• Tournament (n) 1- ex : a tennis tournament competition, contest, series, meeting , event, match. 2- knights competing in a tournament, joust, jousting ,tourney.
• Enormous (adj) huge , large number of people.
• Significant (adj) eloquent, expressive, indicative, pregnant, knowing.
• Athletes (n pl) sportsman, sportwoman, runner, player, gymnast.
• Requirements (n) need, want, lack, must, necessity, necessary, demand.
• Craftsmanship (n) workmanship, technique, skill.
• Entrepreneurship (n) businessman, businesswoman , business person .
• Attitude (n) point of view.
• Compete (v) rival
• Customs (n) import taxes, duty, toll, levy, tariff.
• Essential (adj) baisicly, important, needed.





























Pronunciation table :

Consonants
Symbol keyword
P pack
B back
T tie
D die
K class
G glass
tS church
judge
f few
v view
throw
T thought
S soon
Z zoo
S shoe
3 measure
M sum
N sun
sung
H hot
L lot
R rod
j yet
w wet


vowels

symbol keyword
e bed
ae bad
i happy
U put
Cut
Banana
ei make
Bite
Boy
au now
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