Libro ingles:interchange vocabulary

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Unit 1 Language summary
Vocabulary
Nouns
background bicycle (summer) camp childhood comic book competition degree diploma hero immigrant interest memory movie star occupation personal ad politics possession rabbit scrapbook snake taste toy tree house trumpet

Adjectives
good (at) messy neat online outdoor professional two-story

get (in trouble) get (to know) keep fit refer remember skateAdverb
regularly

Verbs
be into (something) collect follow

Expressions
Greeting someone
Hi./Hello.

Talking about past activities
Where did you learn to . . . ? How old were you when you began to . . . ? I was . . . years old. What/Where did you use to . . . ? When I was a kid, I used to . . . .

Introducing yourself
My name is . . . ./I’m . . . . Nice to meet you. Good to meetyou, too.

Exchanging personal information
Could you tell me (a little) about yourself? Sure. What do you want to know? Are you from . . . ? Yes, I am./No, I’m not. Where were you born? I was born in . . . . Did you grow up there? Did you go to school in . . . ? Yes, I did./No, I didn’t.

Talking about past abilities
How well did you . . . ? I was pretty good.

Apologizing
I’m (really)sorry.

Asking for and agreeing to a favor
Can you . . . ? Sure.

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Unit 2 Language summary
Vocabulary
Nouns
area banquet certificate counter culture district editor highway (tourist) information center marvel motorist nature paradise pedestrian rating road shopping mall sign slogan theme

Compound nouns
bicycle lane bicycle stand buslane bus station bus stop bus system cash machine newsstand nightclub parking garage parking space rush hour streetlight subway line subway station subway stop subway system taxi lane taxi service taxi stand tourism campaign

traffic jam train station train stop train system

Adverbs
upstairs

Adverbs of quantity
fewer less more not enough too many too much

Pronoun
whom

Adjectiveduty-free

Verbs
allow cause concern cost provide sightsee solve stay (open)

Expressions
Expressing concern
There are too many . . . ./There is too much . . . . There should be fewer . . . ./There should be less . . . . We need more . . . . There aren’t enough . . . ./There isn’t enough . . . .

Asking for information
Could you tell me where . . . ? Can you tell me how often . . . ? Doyou know what time/when . . . ? Just one more thing.

Getting someone’s attention
Excuse me.

Thanking someone
Thanks (a lot).

Expressing probability
It should . . . .

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Unit 3 Language summary
Vocabulary
Nouns
(room and) board expense housework list PIN number safari vegetable wish

Adjectives
afraid bright comfortablecramped dingy huge inconvenient modern private separate shabby two-car wild

Verbs
add expect locate make (changes)

Preposition
per

Expressions
Giving an opinion
The . . . isn’t . . . enough. The . . . is too . . . . There aren’t enough . . . ./There isn’t enough . . . . It’s not as . . . as . . . . It doesn’t have as many . . . as . . . ./It has just as many . . . as . . . .Expressing regret about a present situation
I’m afraid so. I wish (that) I could . . . . I wish I didn’t . . . . I wish life were easier.

Agreeing
Me, too.

Exchanging personal information
Where are you living now? I’m still . . . .

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Unit 4 Language summary
Vocabulary
Nouns
Food and beverages
bagel eggplant guacamole (dip) lime peanutbutter (chili) pepper popcorn pork salt sauce snail spice sugar vinegar

Other
appetizer barbecue bowl charcoal cookbook diet exam ingredient mixture pan plate (food) poisoning recipe side skewer slice tablespoon video game

Adjectives
barbecued crispy diced ethnic marinated melted raw shredded strange tempting toasted uncooked

roast steam toast

Other
close cover cry cut up...
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